Old Collegians vows to stick together as it pursues a drought-breaking premiership success

TIME TO REGROUP: Old Collegians coach Josh Reichman.

TIME TO REGROUP: Old Collegians coach Josh Reichman.

OLD Collegians has vowed to stick together as it pursues a drought-breaking premiership success.

The Warriors were found wanting on Saturday, drifting further from Kolora-Noorat at every change after an even first term to eventually fall by 54 points.

It was the club’s second successive grand final defeat, after it fell to Nirranda in 2016.

However, Reichman told a jam-packed Reid Oval that his side would regroup in pursuit of the elusive premiership.

“Kolora-Noorat got its running game going and we just couldn’t stop it,” he said.

“(Old Collegians) will stick tight. We know we’ve got a great supporter group and they’ll get behind us. We’ll be back better next year.”

Reichman is contracted to lead the Warriors next season after extending his deal prior to this year’s finals campaign.

His first two seasons at the helm have yielded two minor premierships.

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