Hawthorn legend Jarryd Roughead scored two goals for Gormandal, becoming the most recent former champion of a local football club in the Carlton Draft series.
However, in the annual Online-Lang Cup clash between the 2,000-strong Gypsland soccer team, the Rugged Tigers lost by 35 points, 16.15 (111) to 12.4 (76). .
The 35-year-old has been in full swing with Gurmundlele worshiper Jared Garlick for the rest of the day.
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Rugged then produced another major at the beginning of the second half, but Glengarri rose high in the middle. Although Gurmandale’s first goal of the game was 28 points in the main break.
Glengare continued to play in the third quarter, although Rugged returned to spirit from Gormandale, including his right foot off the wheel.
Glengare scored two late goals in the third half to move Gremandale coach Chris Potlege Rugged to the wing to make it 26 points.
The former Hawks star responded with a free kick, but Glenneri was unable to convert the ball into the back of the net.
He won two games for Carlton Draft players (2-3 in total) following last weekend’s victory over Daliston Magpis Shaw Burgoin and a victory over Dell Thomas Nilig Tigers a week ago.
“How good this Carlton draft was for regional football and we hope it goes to the suburbs next year,” Brisbane Lyon senior Jonathan Brown told Fox Foot. Best on the ground.
“Roughy was fantastic and would be better after the game.”
Gormandale – a small town located between Yaram and Traralgon in eastern Victoria – has been working hard financially and covariably in recent years, and its results in the field are suffering.
After the 2020 season was canceled due to the epidemic, the club averaged 123 points by 2021, winning one game this season.
Rugad unfortunately failed to win Gormandale on that day, and admitted to playing on wet floors following heavy rains in the region in recent weeks.
When I went down today, I said, ‘Yes, I chose the sunny, best weekend.’ I’m here and the vice president says ‘Sorry my friend, we have done 150mm in the last two weeks’. ‘Oh, I’m Awesome’! He told Fox Foot.
However, the club’s fans took care of the rugby after the game, stating that the first thing they were given after the game was “Carlton Draw”.
Before retiring at the end of the 2019 season, Rugged won four Premier League games with 587 goals in his 283-game career.
A.D. He won the Coleman Medal in 2013, two All-Australian awards (2013 and 2014) and awards from 2017-2018.