Bulls' milestone

CLOSE to 20 years of toil has paid off for the Dysart Bulls, having claimed their first minor premiership since the early 1990’s.

The achievement comes on the back of a 72-28 win over Emerald Tigers in the final game of the regular season at the weekend.

“It’s our first minor premiership since 91 or 92 I think,” Dysart coach Bill Devine said.

Bulls’ winger and Players Player Mitch Fegan gave as good as he got.

“He did some pretty brave things in defence and made a lot of smart plays,” Devine said.

“They (Tigers) certainly gave us a good hit-out, nothing came easy.”

Tigers vice-president Jay Edwards thought they did well to make even a dent on Dysart’s score card.

“It was a big effort to put near-on 30 points on the team who are looking like they’re going to win the competition,” he said.


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