Myrtleford Times

Rested Bright head to Whorouly


AFTER taking the bye in round three of the O&K, the Mountain Men and Maids travel to Whorouly this Saturday to face off against the Lions.

Bright currently has one win from their two senior football matches so far; the 2019 grand finalists repeated history after losing to Milawa in the opening round, but enjoyed a 28-point win over Tarrawinge­e the following week.

Coach Paul Harrison said there was a good feeling around the club.

“The boys have really taken some confidence out of the Tarra game and trained really well,” he said.

“If we can play our roles again and continue on from last weekend I think we can really take it up to Whorouly.

“I had a goal to be 2-1 from our first three games so we’re looking at ticking that off.”

In the netball, the Mountain Maids will be looking to notch up their first win of the season against a strong Whorouly side.

Due to a wedding, Bright had to forfeit their round one match, and played an extremely even match against Tarrawinge­e, coming away with two points from the 30-30 draw.

The Whorouly v Bright action goes down this Saturday at the Whorouly Recreation Reserve; senior footy kicks off at 2pm while the A Grade netball starts at 2.30pm.

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