Panthers take second flag

Proud Panther: Kilcunda-Bass’ playing coach Steve O’Bryan proudly holds the premiership cup after Saturday’s match.

KILCUNDA-BASS have gone back-to-back taking out the 2012 Alberton Premiership by 19 points over Dalyston yesterday (Saturday).

It was a very tough game with both sides giving it 110 per cent down until the final siren.

The Pies and the Panthers were touchy early on as old rivalries were shown with two players, one from each team, receiving yellow cards in separate incidents.

The Panthers were looking strong early and, with more accurate kicking, could have put the game away after having 10 scoring shots but only managing three majors.

The inaccuracy continued for the Panthers in the second and Dalyston were keeping with the flow of the game although down by 24 at half time.

A different Magpies side came to the field in the third quarter with coach Paul Brosnan leading the way.

Dalyston managed to cut the margin down to a single point late in the quarter.

The crowd were on edge at the start of the fourth with the scores tight and some great football on display.

Despite all the efforts of the Dalyston boys the Panthers kicked deep into their forward line and made the most of their chances in front of goal.

For a full match report and all the Alberton grand final action check out Tuesday’s Star.


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