THE WorkSafe AFL Vic Country Championships contest between Mininera and Golden Rivers at Lake Bolac on Saturday was a tale of two halves.
This particularly applied in the case of Mininera.
The host league paid dearly for a tardy first half as Golden Rivers laid the foundations for their 15.10 (100) to 10.7 (67) triumph.
Both leagues produced a highly entertaining contest on a day where they returned to the interleague stage after an absence of 14 years.
Golden Rivers were quickly out of the starting blocks and led 8.6 to 2.0 at the main break.
Mininera, however, responded to “win” the second half on the scoreboard.
Mininera coach Mick Jennings agreed that the game was one of two halves.
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