NAFA A GRADE... Play like this earned Maddy Hayes Broughton-Mundoora’s best player in its loss to Orroroo. NAFA A GRADE... Play like this earned Maddy Hayes Broughton-Mundoora’s best player in its loss to Orroroo.

NAFA... Eagles suffer third loss

REPORTER: Dennis Green

Broughton-Mundoora has ex­perienced its third defeat of season 2018, going down to Orroroo by 26 points at Roo Park on Saturday.

The successive defeats have plunged the Eagles to fourth place, by percentage only, on the North­ern Areas Football Association A grade ladder.

Saturday’s game began well for Broughton-Mundoora, with a goal on debut for Oliver Petrohilos in the opening seconds.

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