Gippsland Times | A blockbuster crowd was treated to one of the best ninth versus 10th games of football played in country Victoria at Gormandale on Saturday in the North Gippsland Football-Netball League.
The home side Tigers rightfully had all the headlines in the lead-up to the match, with AFL superstar Jarryd Roughead taking to the field.
But it was the travelling Glengarry side that notched up their second win for the season, and in doing so, sent a warning of bigger and better things to come for the Magpies.
A young Glengarry, featuring 12 players aged 22 or under, prevailed in a cracking contest by thirty-five points, 16.15 (111) to 12.4 (76).
While the youngsters like Tom Harris, Jack Burgess and Seth Healy were terrific, it was Reagan McDonald who really stood out as the king of the kids for the Magpies.