MYRTLEFORD will look to finish the Ovens and Murray football season on a high with a home victory over rival Wangaratta Magpies this Saturday.
The Saints can move off the bottom of the ladder if they can add a fourth win of the season as long as Wangaratta Rovers don’t pull off a surprise upset against Albury.
The Saints went down by 46 points last time they met the Magpies but co-coach Leigh Corcoran is confident his side can come away with the points against the seventh placed side this time round.
“We are definitely looking forward to it, it’s our type of final in a way and we are looking to finish strong,” he said.
“The season hasn’t gone the way we would have liked so it would be a nice way to finish it with a solid win.
“We know if we perform at our best for four quarters we can get the result.”