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Roosters season lives on

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EFFECTIVELY, North Ballarat Roosters had to win. No alternative.
So much was at stake – primarily to keep the Roosters’ season alive, but also to bounce back from a shocker at Box Hill a fortnight ago, and to fittingly honour captain Marc Greig in his 200th senior Victorian Football League match.

Roosters shine as Vics thump Tassie

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STATE PRIDE was on the line and all three North Ballarat Roosters in the Big V stepped up their games.

Midfielder Myles Sewell, known for thriving in the big games, was among the Victorian Football League’s best in a 108-point trouncing of the Tasmanian State League in Hobart Saturday afternoon.

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WHEN the second quarter started, it looked like North Ballarat Roosters were not sure what had hit them.
Play was competive to quarter-time – Box Hill had an 11-point edge, the Roosters were meeting their targets and at the break Roosters’ coach Gerard FitzGerald was calling for fine-tuning from his players.

Then, bam.

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