Lakers couldn't kick on afater halftime against Merrigum.CHALPAT SONTI April 16, 2014 3:36am
Brayden Paulke made a welcome return in Nagambie colours in the under-18 game on Saturday and gets the ball away under intense pressure here.
At half-time in Saturday’s senior game between Nagambie and Merrigum, Lakers coach Linc Sullivan believed his side had what it took to beat the Bulldogs.
Nagambie was trailing by just seven points despite not playing anywhere near its best.
‘‘Given last week (against Lancaster) I thought we might be able to get over the top of them,’’ Sullivan said.
‘‘But it turned out we probably just didn’t have the personnel and they were a bit fitter.’’
And fitter the Bulldogs were, strolling away for a nine-goal win.
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