Mark SarauBARNAWARTHA stormed into Sunday’s knockout semi-final against Thurgoona with a spirited come-from-behind win over Kiewa-Sandy Creek yesterday.
The Tigers, who trailed at every change except the one that mattered, ran out 24-point winners.
Peter Cook was the star, booting four crucial goals in the final term to take his haul to eight.
The Hawks ultimately fell in a heap by the game’s end.
Barnawartha coach Mark Sarau was rapt with the Tigers’ late game heroics.
But he wasn’t surprised.
“It was always going to be a close finish,” Sarau said.
But it came at the cost of Marcel Meunier suffering a season-ending hamstring injury.
Jack Price, under an injury cloud all week, was a late inclusion for the Tigers and played well off the bench.
Josh Spence was outstanding when the match was on the line, while Nathan McKendrick impressed at half-back.
Guy Telford caused the Tigers plenty of headaches and was one of the Hawks most imposing players on the day.
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