A high note tops off the impossible dream

Rather than going with Jake Roe­-Duggan’s “gangsta rap” selections, Ouyen United might have appropriately selected a hunk of Jim Nabors’ classic cheese as its warm-up music for Saturday’s SFNL Grand Final.

For these Kangas not only dared to dream The Impossible Dream, they delivered on it in emphatic style with their 29-point premiership triumph over Mildura in their debut season in “the big league”.

From the moment that Brad Vallance won the toss and opted to make first use of a freshening breeze to the Etiwanda end, there was a sense that Ouyen United would take the driving seat in this encounter, and the ­Kangas showed steely intent with an eight-goal burst that floored the Demons for 15 minutes in the opening term.

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