Ber­ri­gan footy:

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Re­serves: The twos match was hotly con­tested with third placed Ber­ri­gan play­ing fourth placed Deni Rovers, with the vis­i­tors pre­vail­ing in a thrilling two point win.

Matt Cameron was named best afield with his run and carry around the ground while Steve Mor­gan took home the mug for his grunt work around the stop­pages. Stu­art Pyle was again un­stop­pable up for­ward, kick­ing three goals, and seems to be en­joy­ing life down there.

James Mor­row was again con­sis­tent around the field while big man Ryan Flynn was work­man­like around the packs. Craig Glanvill rounded out the best play­ers with his typ­i­cal Jar­man-like abil­i­ties.

Thirds: The thirds had a slow start against a fo­cused op­po­si­tion, with the Rovers run­ning away with a 95 point win.

Kept score­less in the first half, the Saints took a while to get into the game.

Brad Loats had a fan­tas­tic game, be­ing a strong player up and down the ground.

Ma­son Peters and Fraser Haintz again were Ber­ri­gan’s bet­ter play­ers in what was a tough day.

Fourths: The fourths also had a tough day against Rovers, go­ing down by 108 points.

The Saints came up against a much stronger and big­ger side, and were un­able to hit the score­board. Darcy Pyle played a great game for Ber­ri­gan along with Matt Whe­lan, Max Cameron and James Curtin. Caleb Thorn­ton was awe­some in de­fence with tough tack­ling tak­ing on the big for­wards.

Ethan Rickard looks to con­trol the ball on Satur­day.

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