Losses Covered


Losses covered
IMMINENT RETURN: Glenrowan co-coach Nigel Robinson is hoping to return to the Tigers’ line up for their traditional Anzac Day clash with Milawa in round four. PHOTO: Marc Bongers

THE departure of half a dozen premiership stars has done little to derail Glenrowan’s quest for a third straight Ovens and King Football League flag.

Corey Munro, Mick Monteith and Al Pike have joined the likes of dual premiership skipper Lachie Cohen, 2014 O&K Team of the Year member Scott Bradley and stocky midfielder Roy Dyson as confirmed outs.

Kelly Tigers co-coach Nigel Robinson said the losses hurt, but not to the extent that might be imagined.

“There is a bit of class leaving the side, but we never try to hold onto players once they decide it’s time to move on,” Robinson said.

“Corey Munro is Glenrowan through and through – he has gone to start work in Queensland as an electrician, but it certainly wouldn’t surprise me to see him come back at some stage, because he loves the club.

“Mick Monteith is a very good player, but we were lucky to have him at all last year as he spent a good chunk of the season overseas.

“And Al Pike just had a very unlucky run at the club – when he did his knee (in 2013) they took part of his hamstring to make the graft, but that really restricted him in the end.”


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Seniors Ladder

2017 WAW Credit Union Cup
1 Tarrawingee 68
2 Benalla All Blacks 64
3 Glenrowan 60
4 Milawa 48
5 Goorambat & District 44
6 Moyhu 40
7 Greta 24
8 Bonnie Doon 24
9 Bright 24
10 King Valley 20
11 Whorouly 16
12 North Wangaratta 0

Reserves Ladder

2017 Reserves Cup
1 Glenrowan 64
2 Bright 60
3 Milawa 52
4 Whorouly 52
5 Tarrawingee 48
6 King Valley 40
7 Moyhu 36
8 Greta 28
9 Bonnie Doon 24
10 Benalla All Blacks 16
11 North Wangaratta 8
12 Goorambat & District 4