Premiership race wide open in MSE football

THE premiership race in the Mid South East Football League has been thrown open after Mount Burr lost its status as flag favourite and minor premier owing to a 27-point loss at Glencoe on Saturday.

MASTERFUL: Tantanoola’s Darcy Pink had finger tip control of the ball. Picture: J.L. (“FRED”) SMITH

The Murphies held on to fourth place and will now play reigning premiers Kalangadoo in the cut-throat first semi-final at “Mick” and Jean Walker Oval at Mount Burr on Saturday.

The Mozzies suffered an humiliating 141-point turnaround on the result of their last meeting with the Murphies on June 13.

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J.L. “Fred” Smith

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