Murphies jump into four

MAN IN FRONT: Glencoe’s Edward Trupp makes prime position over Robe’s Ben Jess. Picture: J.L. (“FRED”) SMITH

THE musical chairs at the top of the ladder in the Mid South East Football League has continued with Glencoe returning to the top four at the expense of Tantanoola.

The Murphies enjoyed a 67-point home- ground win over Robe, while the Tigers had their colours lowered at home by the Mount Burr Mozzies.

Port MacDonnell (second) and Kalangadoo (third) also won their Round 16 matches but their positions on the premiership table did not change.

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J. L. “Fred” Smith

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