Allansford lamenting third quarter lapse against Panmure

Meg Saultry
By Meg Saultry
Updated April 10 2022 - 6:40am, first published April 9 2022 - 10:30am
PACE TO BURN: Panmure's Lachlan McLeod stays a step ahead of Allansford's Tyler Mungean. Picture: Anthony Brady

Allansford coach Tim Nowell says strengthening his team's mental resolve will be paramount in leapfrogging the league's top sides.

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Meg Saultry

Meg Saultry

Sports Journalist

Sports journalist at the Warrnambool Standard, with a strong interest in Australian Rules Football, basketball and women in sport. Email: meg.saultry@austcommunitymedia.com.au | mobile: 0475 949 802