Nagambie’s premiership dream at an end

James Brook

CURTAINS FOR NAGAMBIE: Despite the best efforts of players like Tyrone Muir, Nagambie are now out of the finals. PHOTO: James Brook

NAGAMBIE’S home and away games tally for season 2015 stood at 17 wins to 1 loss, but its finals reads zero wins, two losses.

A season that had so much promise now lies in tatters after a straight sets knock out leaves many of us wondering just what happened to the reigning Kyabram and District Football League premiers.

Over the course of the year Nagambie and Merrigum were the stand-out performers.

Did injuries cripple the Lakers or did Stanhope find something within themselves that Nagambie weren’t expecting?

These are questions that can’t be answered until the dust settles.

After Stanhope got the jump on Nagambie in the first quarter of their preliminary final last Saturday, Linc Sullivan acknowledged they didn’t make the most of their opportunities in the first half, while also failing to halt their run on the rebound.

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