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Wickliffe-Lake Bolac to take advantage of momentum in 2016

STRONGMAN: Wickliffe-Lake Bolac strongman Brad Keilar, pictured in action against Josh Bywater last year, will help form the backbone of a promising Magpies list. Picture: PETER MORGANTI

STRONGMAN:
Wickliffe-Lake Bolac strongman Brad Keilar, pictured in action against Josh Bywater last year, will help form the backbone of a promising Magpies list. Picture: PETER MORGANTI


By JONATHAN BOX
Wickliffe-Lake Bolac’s poor start to last year’s Mininera and District Football League season takes a large part of the blame for the the club not making finals.
The Magpies won only two games out of their first 10, with three of these losses by two points or less, and five by two goals or less.
A massive effort in the second half of the season saw the Magpies finish only one game out of the finals, after turning their season around and losing only one game out of their last eight.
There is no doubt Wickliffe-Lake Bolac will be keen to use this momentum coming into the 2016 season.
The Magpies will be excited and looking forward to the opening round, having had a massive recruiting drive throughout the summer.
They welcome back home-grown players who will make a considerable difference to their club and the league.
Joe Otto has returned home and signed on as senior coach and his brother Nigel is also confirmed as part of the coaching staff.
Along with brother Rhys, the three men are huge inclusions for the club.

For full story, see the March 30, 2016 edition of The Weekly Advertiser.
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Posted on Mar 30 2016

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