OVENS and King Football League pulled off one of the great interleague victories at Jindera on Saturday.
A big statement, to be sure.
But this was one of those games that will take on legendary status in years to come, featuring all the elements of a mythological triumph.
Consider the circumstances going into the match.
The Hume league was seen by most, particularly those from the border, as superior to the O&K, and had assembled one of its strongest representative line-ups in years.
The O&K, by contrast, was missing plenty of first choice stars, and entered the game with a remarkably undersized attack.