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Bracknell continued their fairytale finals streak with a victory over a valiant team from Rocherlea 10.11 (71) to 9.11 (65) to advance to the final. Rocherlea started off brilliantly with the first goals of the game before Bracknell questioned himself. The Redlegs’ work rate was noticeable in the third term as they kept the Tigers scoreless on offense before quickly passing to regain the lead with a quarter-goal. READ MORE: Is this the end of future AFL Tasmanian coach Corry Goodluck said he was proud of the way the team fought back in the game. “I thought we were having a little trouble starting the game off well, we were a bit lethargic, a bit slow and we were beaten in a few games and we just didn’t quite agree,” said he declared. “All the credit goes to our squad, we collapsed in the quarter and got out in the second quarter and really worked to get back to our way of playing. In the third quarter we got the game back on our terms with the pressure and intensity and physique, once we bring that to the table it all works out.Week for a strong game. Matthew Dennis was a focal point in attack and impressed with his scoring ability while still being often in doubles. “Callum Mulder was exceptional today with four goals and dominated the feet of greats like Edward Keach,” said Goodluck. For all the impressive offensive play, it was the youngsters who impressed Good chance in their first series finale. “The young kids really stepped up today, Sam Goodluck and Ollie Gibson and Lachie Pearn, they play on the wing and the other cheek back and they continue to shine,” he said. . “That’s all You can ask kids like that, especially who have never played football in the senior final. I think Josh Holland had an exceptional game in midfield, he’s a great final player and he really stepped up today when it was important. “Kaiden Cox-Goodyer and Jordan Cousens were the better Tigers because they worked in tandem during the fourth quarter to inspire Rocherlea to victory. in a way, this is a case of what could have been for Rocherlea. “All credit to Rocherlea, they could have been able to go all the way because the game won and we were very lucky to win, “said Goodluck. The result ends Rocherlea’s final campaign but Bracknell will face Longford next week in the third p final. will be a tough task for the Redlegs who have yet to beat Longford in one of their meetings this season. Bracknell has managed to come out unscathed and should have a good record of health on the injury front. winner of this match will win the right to face South Launceston in the grand final. “We consider ourselves to be the underdogs until next week, which doesn’t bother me, that means it’s a little bit of pressure on them,” Goodluck said. “We will bring the same brand of football as usual, we will change a few things and polish a few games, but like I said the pressure and intensity has to be top notch from the start.” Do you know anyone who contributes to the sport of northern Tasmania, whether by participating or helping? The Examiner’s Junior Sports Awards, sponsored by Woolworths, recognize the achievements of players, coaches, volunteers, teams and clubs in the region. Applications are open from Wednesday April 14 and will close at midnight on October 4. Entries must include a photo of the participant.



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