Five teams alive in MSE

UNDER THE PUMP: Glencoe’s Josh Reader was sandwiched between Kalangadoo opponents Sam McManus (left) and Lachy Jones. Picture: J.L. (“FRED”) SMITH

THERE are still five teams alive for the premiership in the Mid South East Football League with only one question resolved in Saturday’s penultimate round.

Mount Burr and Port MacDonnell will definitely finish in the top two at the end of the home-and-away season, but the minor premiership is still in doubt.

Kalangadoo is a confirmed starter in the first semi-final and its opponent will be either Glencoe or Tantanoola.

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J. L. “Fred” Smith


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