The Narrandera Eagles Reserves took home a thumping win over the Leeton Crows on Saturday, cleaning up 99 to 59.
“They had a good win,” said Eagles seniors coach and captain Jarrod Lane.
“They had a few older veterans come back to play and few keen younger players step in, and it’s resulted in a win on the board for them.
“You try to build a successful club and the reserves and the under 17s are a big part of that. You really want the whole club to do well.”
Narrandera under 17s had a bit of a rough trot, going down 15 to 170 against Leeton Whitton, while the seniors also had a loss 67-108.
“However, it wasn’t too bad. We obviously got beaten, but there are some real positives to take away from it. We’ve just got to put it all together for all four quarters,” Lane said.
“We played well in patches, but it’s just a matter of putting it all together,” Mr Lane said.
Before the seniors game, both teams gathered together to observe a minute’s silence for Harry Orme.
“Harry was very involved in the footy club and a lot of people in the club have been through a bit,” Lane said.
“We thought it was a fitting tribute, a mark of respect for Harry and his family.”
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