Lakers repeat last year's heroics in Lions den.CHALPAT SONTI April 30, 2014 3:44am
Nagambie has bounced back from defeat in the best way possible, getting back to the basics in disposing of one of the KDFL flag favourites Stanhope by 17 points.
The Lakers might have been undermanned — and perhaps unprepared — for Merrigum, but there was no mistaking the commitment at the Lions home ground on Saturday.
With Nagambie’s onballers and halfback divisions controlling the game, the Lakers also got back to the defensive pressure that had been a hallmark of the early-season wins at Undera and Lancaster to stifle Stanhope.
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