Roosters show no weakness in win

TIGHT CLASH: Adam Kupsch, Crystal Brook, wins the ball and takes a large leap over Dylan Hewett, of Broughton-Mundoora. Photo: Meg Roberts.
TIGHT CLASH: Adam Kupsch, Crystal Brook, wins the ball and takes a large leap over Dylan Hewett, of Broughton-Mundoora. Photo: Meg Roberts.

It was a game that left the crowd questioning who would actually win. 

The first quarter between the Roosters and the Eagles showed the confidence that the Roosters were going to need in the final quarter. 

With a strong start, the Roosters kicked a mighty six goals and two points in the first term against the Eagle’s two goals and two points. This left the quarter time lead with the Roosters. 

A show was put on in the second quarter with the Roosters adding 20 points, but the Eagles taking flight and sneaking up to lead by one point at the half time break. 

Both teams returned to the field, powered to see a win, but as Crystal Brook had done at the start, they pushed through managing to boot another six goals and 2 points, but this was not despite the efforts of the Eagles. 

They brought the score to a 24 point difference at three quarter time, with the fourth quarter set to be fight for the winning sirens.

Crystal Brook took the win by a close seven points, with the final score 15.9- 99 to the Eagle’s 13.14-92.