THE three division one teams played at home this week with some great tennis on all courts.
SATURDAY’S game against Kyabram came down to the wire, with Euroa being made to rue missed chances earlier in the day.
WHAT an off and on again afternoon it was on Saturday, with thunder and heavy rain causing a few to run for cover.
EUROA lost the toss and was sent in to bat, so openers Nick Brodie and Jack McKernan headed out to the crease in the Shepparton Cricket league.
AN innings of 98 not out and bowling spell of 2/17 from Marcus Hill led the Magpies to victory over a defiant Northerners in their B grade match on Saturday in Tallygaroopna.
IN very difficult conditions, due to a strong wind, the gallant Euroa Reserves team, after a hard fought battle over four tough quarters of football, went down by a solitary point to Kyabram Bombers in their Goulburn Valley Football League grand final at Deakin Reserve on Sunday.
ALTHOUGH the grand final should be played between the best two teams in the competition, it’s by no means a guarantee.
FOR the second time in four years the Euroa Football Netball Club Reserve football team have qualified to play in the grand final.