Robe claims MSEFL premiership with long bomb on siren

SAVOURING THE SILVERWARE: Robe coach Jack Kelly holds the premiership cup while skipper Jonny Agnew clasps the Wilf Sprengel Shield on the podium at the conclusion of the Mid South East Football League grand final at Glencoe on Saturday. Picture: J.L. “FRED” SMITH

ROBE has snatched its fourth A Grade premiership with a thrilling Craig Pitt long bomb goal right on the final siren to deny Mount Burr a record fourth consecutive Mid South East Football League premiership.

Euphoric scenes swept the Glencoe Oval on Saturday as the Roosters had trailed the Mozzies from the 45 second mark of the first term in the grand final until Pitt’s 40-metre dob cleared the desperate pack and rolled across the goal line.

Field umpire Heath Case gave the “all clear” to goal


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