Who was drinking its own bath water early? Which outfit could underachieve?

Andrew Moir
Updated June 15 2024 - 10:03am, first published June 14 2024 - 3:10pm
North Albury's Jack Penny is one of the league's most improved players. Picture by Mark Jesser
North Albury's Jack Penny is one of the league's most improved players. Picture by Mark Jesser
Albury's Jackson Kelly
Albury's Jackson Kelly

We're halfway through the regular season in the best Ovens and Murray Football League competition in years. The introduction of the points system in 2016 was designed to even the competition and for the first time in a quarter of a century, we have eight of the 10 teams still in finals contention. The Border Mail's Andrew Moir hands out his report card and it must be pointed out the team rating is not solely defined by positions as it's unfair to rate the returning Corowa-Rutherglen, for example, on the same scale as premiers Yarrawonga.

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