Pies in reserves boilover

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BOISDALE-BRIAGOLONG was defeated in an upset, with Lucknow winning the East Gippsland reserves premiership 8.3 (51) to 4.3 (27).

The Bombers were not able to create the opportunities they needed, with Lucknow’s defence shutting down forwards like captain Danny Pratt, who was still able to kick two goals.

Lucknow surged forward in the second quarter, kicking two goals to one through determination in wet weather.

The Bombers were scoreless in the final term.

Brent Isles and Ry Mutimer kicked two apiece for the Magpies, and Blake Ingram was named best.

LINDENOW was too strong for Lakes Entrance in the under 18s grand final, keeping the Seagulls to a single behind in the first term before winning 14.8 (92) to 4.3 (27).

Angus Stringer, Jonjay Ellis, and Albert Wright kicked three each for the Cats, with Harry Hood named best-on-ground.

Max Bowden was best for Lakes, kicking two.

THE Seagulls took home the under 16s premiership, defeating Wy Yung 8.6 (54) to 5.9 (39).

Finnian Mornane was best for Lakes Entrance, and Xavier Woodland booted three, while Jock Overend stood out for Wy Yung.