NAFA B GRADE... Josh May, Broughton-Mundoora, takes tight hold of the ball. NAFA B GRADE... Josh May, Broughton-Mundoora, takes tight hold of the ball.

NAFA... Eagles struggle at Roo Park

REPORTER: Dennis Green

Broughton-Mundoora Eagles struggled with the conditions at Roo Park, coming away with a 24-point loss to second-placed Orroroo on Saturday.

A stiff breeze blew across the ground, favouring the south east, or netball courts, pocket and it was Orroroo that used it first.

Broughton-Mundoora full back Joseph Schmitt lined up on the experienced Denis Redden and did a pretty good job on the big Roo.

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