Top two hope gone

TOUGH DAY: Dylan Cudmore was one of Bright’s better players in their loss to Goorambat on Saturday.

BRIGHT coach Regan Alexander has conceded his side cannot finish the home and away season in the top two.

The Mountain Men’s horror month continued on Saturday as they went down to Goormabat by 25 points, 10.8 (68) to 13.15 (93).

Bright are now reeling in ninth position through eight rounds after their third consecutive loss and fifth defeat of the season.

After beginning the year with hopes of cracking the top two, the Mountain Men’s five losses is the same number they finished last year’s home and away season with.

“Our chances of finishing in the top two are definitely over I would say,” Alexander said.

“The way we are playing at the moment we are competing with the teams around us to make the finals.”

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