HORSHAM DISTRICT FOOTBALL NETBALL LEAGUE
Noradjuha-Quantong scores second win of 2015
Noradjuha-Quantong 8.12 (60) d Natimuk United 3.6 (24)
NORADJUHA-QUANTONG responded well to a week of adversity with its second win of the season against Natimuk United at Natimuk Showground.
The Bombers were left without playing coach Jarred Combe for the season after he fractured his back in round nine’s loss to Pimpinio.
But the team pulled together behind assistant coach Jordan Huff.
Huff said he made a few adjustments to the Bombers’ game plan and it paid dividends.
‘‘I just backed the boys in with their skill,’’ he said. ‘‘It was all about taking the game on and taking risks.
‘‘The main thing was that all 21 blokes had a crack. I couldn’t ask for more than that.’’
Natimuk United was restricted to just three goals for the afternoon and the Bombers kicked eight.
Zac Noonan played an important role for Noradjuha-Quantong, keeping Ram Greg Hamilton from having a big effect on the match.
Hamilton finished with just one goal to his name.
Bomber Tom Ridsdale matched up on his brother Alex, who was one of Natimuk United’s best players.
Jason Kerr was the best for the Bombers and Hayden Fleay was good for the home team.