Leader Article: May 15 2016
Melton knows its greatest tests are still to come after a promising start to the Ballarat Football League campaign.
The Bloods sit third on the ladder after five rounds following an upset win over East Point on Saturday at McPherson Park.
A resolute defensive effort was the cornerstone of Melton’s 11.12 (78) to 9.7 (61) victory, which left the club behind only Lake Wendouree and Bacchus Marsh on the ladder.
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