Champs land prized recruit

Posted on 20 May 2019

BENALLA is well placed to capture back-to-back Ovens and Murray A1 pennants after appointing Matt Robertson as coach.
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READY TO GO: Wodonga bowlers Ray Moon, Tony Smedley and Rob Taylor are looking forward to the opening round. Picture: MARK JESSER

The former Victorian playerhas crossed from Shepparton and will be bringing several players with him.

Robertson has taken out every title in the Goulburn Valley during his decorated career and will further strengthen the powerful Benalla side.

It defeated Wodonga by one shot in last year’s grand final.

Benalla will start its premiership defence against Corowa Civic on Saturday.

Wodonga has lostthree skips –Josh Rudd, Andrew Batterham and John Dawson –from last season.

Rudd will play in Shepparton, Batterham has moved to Darwin and Dawsonis set to play for Howlong.

The Bulldogs have good depth however and are expected to remain in the upper echelon.

Steve Coulston, Ashley Bates, Paul Davies and Peter McLarty will skip for Wodonga against Wangaratta at Wodonga.

Promoted Rutherglen has picked up Wodonga bowler Klive Liverton.

Rutherglen has replacedCorowa Services in the top grade after making the A2 finallast season and meet Myrtleford in Saturday’s opening round at Myrtleford.

Yarrawonga play YMGCR.

In last weekend’s Jack Beck Perpetual Trophy, the Ovens and Murray defeated Albury and District by 33 shots.

Beechworth youngster Mason Baylis skipped the Ovens and Murray’s only undefeated teamwhile David Barnes achieved the same feat for Albury and District.

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