Match Review | Club football and netball is back on the agenda for round seven of the SS&A OMFNL with one-third of the season over and interleague bragging rights for football secured.
The league is still on a high after OMFNL and GVL produced one of the most attractive games at that level for some time. The O&M retained the Ash-Wilson Trophy with the 7 point win.
Wodonga the only unbeaten team after six rounds will play its first game in 21 days when they host Wangaratta Rovers at the John Flower Oval.
It’s a huge game for the Sam Murray coached Hawks who after winning its first three games have not tasted victory since April 22 and remain in a vulnerable top-five position.
A win for Wodonga would give it a one-game and percentage break in first place over the chasing pack that includes Yarrawonga and Albury.