Bombers bitten by the Bulldogs

BONNIE Doon went into the fourth game of their very hard five game run expecting a big challenge, and so it proved, with Tarrawingee too good.

BONNIE Doon went into the fourth game of their very hard five game run, against the Tarrawingee Bulldogs on their honme ground, very much expecting a big challenge.

Tarra are still aiming at getting second on the ladder and have a great team, capped off with Hamish Moore who is averaging nine goals a game.

The five game run, where they play the other five teams in the top six, started with a 14 point win over Bright and then two solid games where the Bombers lost to Glenrowan and Whorouly by four points and two points respectively.

What a turnaround for the club, to not only being involved in matches of the round, but to also be competitive as well.

It has been thrilling for supporters and has been an enormous learning opportunity for the relatively new team.

If they keep to the course they are travelling they will definitely emerge a stronger club.

To continue reading this story, click here to access our digital edition


In Person

98 High St
Mansfield, 3724


Office Hours

9:00am to
5pm Mon-Fri

By Phone

5775 2115

When to book

Courier Classifieds

Noon Monday

North East Jobs

3pm Friday

Vehicles & Boats

Four weeks advertising with picture from only $20

Do NOT follow this link or you will be banned from the site!