Chiltern end Kiewa-Sandy Creek's 16-match winning streak in one of the upsets of the season

Brent Godde
Updated August 12 2023 - 7:58pm, first published 7:45pm
Swans Ashton Brookes and Kyle Cooper celebrate a goal. Pictures by Tara Trewhella
Swans Ashton Brookes and Kyle Cooper celebrate a goal. Pictures by Tara Trewhella

Reigning premier Chiltern has made a mockery of the theory that Kiewa-Sandy Creek already has one hand on the premiership cup after handing the league powerhouse their first defeat of the season at Tangambalanga on Saturday.

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Brent Godde

Brent Godde

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