Cowboys draw with Panthers

NOTHING could separate Emerald Cowboys and Middlemount Panthers at the weekend, with the two sides locked up 34-all by full-time.

Cowboys’ president Damon Walsh said defence was critical to staying in the chase, as the Panthers lifted in the final minutes of the match to come within a whisker of snatching victory.

“They seemed to have all the ball for the first 30 minutes,” Walsh said.

“Then all it came down to was a kick at the end – there was nothing in it.”

Tim Harradine slotted an impressive five conversions for Cowboys, while the courage shown by Emerald under-18 young gun Jordon Price didn’t go unnoticed either.

“His defence on the line was unreal,” Walsh said.


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