Avenel suffers a surprise defeat to lowly Tallygaroopna.CHALPAT SONTI May 22, 2014 3:26am
Avenel player-coach Cameron Gillett doesn’t mince words, and he was brutal after the Swans’ nine-point loss at home to Tallygaroopna on Saturday.
‘‘As a player and playing-coach, in my time that was probably the worst loss I’ve been involved in,’’ he said.
‘‘We started really well .
‘‘We moved away from what the game plan and structure was and just allowed them back into the game.
‘‘There’s no other reason but to say the boys just didn’t work hard enough.’’
That allowed the Redlegs, who were down by five goals at half-time, to finish all over the top of Avenel, which was held scoreless in the final quarter.
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