Lavington defeats Wangaratta by 34 points to win first Ovens and Murray premiership since 2005

David Johnston
By David Johnston
Updated September 22 2019 - 10:48pm, first published 11:20am
JUMPING FOR JOY: Panther pair Shaun Mannagh and Aidan Johnson celebrate a last quarter goal in the grand final. Picture: MARK JESSER

LAVINGTON buried the demons of a decade of finals heartbreak on Sunday by ambushing Wangaratta to claim its first Ovens and Murray Football League premiership since its most famous flag in 2005.

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