Nagambie goes top of the table with eight-goal win over Lancaster.CHALPAT SONTI July 16, 2014 3:38am
It was a win that put Nagambie on top of the KDFL ladder, but the next game could be the one to show how good the Lakers are this season.
Nagambie did enough in two 10-minute spurts in the first quarter to distance Lancaster, then turned in a great defensive effort for the rest of the game to come away with an eight-goal victory.
Combined with Avenel’s cliffhanger victory over Stanhope, it means the Lakers are a game clear in an extremely tight race for top two spots, ahead of a visit to bogey side Merrigum (third).
Nagambie took full advantage of the cold, windy conditions on Saturday to kick four goals in the first eight minutes and five more in the last 10 minutes of the first term to open up a seven-goal lead that sealed the game.
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