THE Hamilton Kangaroos have hit rock bottom after seven rounds of their 2014 Hampden season campaign.
The Kangaroos now have a record of two (wins) and five (losses) after their 15.17 (107) to 10.11 (71) capitulation at the hands of Camperdown on Saturday at Melville Oval.
While wins for Port Fairy against North Warrnambool and South Warrnambool against Terang Mortlake also conspired against them, the Kangaroos were again their own worst enemy.
For the third time in as many matches the Kangaroos led at half time, only to produce an insipid second half performance.
The Kangaroos now sit at the foot of the premiership table and it only gets tougher in coming weeks.
Not for the first time this season the Kangaroos found themselves in a winnable position on Saturday, only to come away empty handed.
The home team led 7.6 to 5.8 at half time and then got overrun to the tune of 10 goals to three in the second half.
In their Round Five contest they led Terang Mortlake by 16 points at the main break and then the following week held a 10 point buffer against South Warrnambool.
Both winnable games.
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