Nagambie warms up for derby with hard-fought win over Violet Town.CHALPAT SONTI August 14, 2014 3:44am
Nagambie coach Linc Sullivan was pleased his side had the bye a week earlier than it did.
A rusty Lakers had to overcome some sloppiness thanks to the week off, before finally putting Violet Town away by 59 points on Saturday.
Coupled with Tallygaroopna’s upset win over Stanhope, it means a top two spot is now Nagambie’s to lose. So Sullivan is grateful his side will play an equally-desperate Avenel in the local derby with a game under its belt.
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