Bulldogs get the job done against tenacious Tigers

TOUGH BATTLE: James Booth braces himself for a Matt Wilson tackle. PHOTO: Luke Plummer

HEADING into Saturday’s game against Tarrawingee, Glenrowan coach Nigel Robinson made it clear the Tigers would take no risks with injured players on the eve of finals.

So when Scott Bradley, Dean Gladman, Nathan Carroll and Richie Castles were all in the selected side, there were a few raised eyebrows.

Not that it mattered much, with Tarrawingee getting the job done by 24 points.

“We didn’t know what sort of team they were going to put out there until the game had started,” Bulldogs coach Finton Eames said.

“We were always prepared for them to have their full side in regardless of what they said they were going to do.

“We just wanted to finish the season with a win, and we did that against quality opposition, so that was really pleasing.”

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