Traralgon and Leongatha will battle it out in the replay of last season’s grand final in Saturday’s Gippsland League preliminary final.
The Parrots will be looking to right the wrongs of last
Traralgon will be hoping to build on last week’s form after it displayed its class in a 49-point victory which ended Drouin’s season.
Prior to last week’s loss, Traralgon was the team which had come closest to
The final result was Leongatha 6.5 (41) to Traralgon’s 5.8 (38).
Their previous match-up came in round
After Sunday’s semi-final win, Traralgon coach Mark Collison credited his team’s victory to putting together four quarters of strong football.
“We attacked well and defended well,” Collison said.
He will be hoping for a repeat of the performance, in which Lee Stockdale and Jason Winderlich led the way with six majors each.
Leongatha will be hoping to return to winning ways after last week’s shock loss.
The Parrots trailed at every change but were not far off the pace during the first half.
A six-goal-to-none third quarter from Maffra meant the Parrots trailed by 30 at three-quarter-time.
However, they will take heart from their strong finish to the match.
Maffra kicked the first major of the final
At the end of the
The two sides will face off at Traralgon Recreation Reserve at 2.20pm.