Ovens Murray FNLLeague Review | The Round Six “Rumble on the River” between Yarrawonga and Corowa Rutherglen highlighted another brilliant round football in the SS&A OMFNL.

The top three Wangaratta (24), Yarrawonga (20) and Albury (16) are clear of a hunting pack of four all on three wins Myrtleford, Corowa Rutherglen, Rovers, and Lavington.

The Sunday clash had it all with the big crowd at the John Foord Oval watching a pulsating Roos fightback that fell just seven points short in a genuine cliff-hanger. Yarrawonga looked like running away with the game after kicking the first five goals, before Corowa Rutherglen hit back with the next five to take a narrow half time lead. In the end a six-goal performance from Pigeon forward Leigh Williams was the difference despite five goals from Roos emerging star Kaelan Bradtke including three in the last quarter surge.

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