Bright stages Roo cull

IN FORM: Tom McDonagh takes a mark during his best on ground performance for Bright on Saturday.

BRIGHT has continued its dominant start to the Ovens and King football season, recording a resounding 107-point win over finals hopeful King Valley on Saturday.

In another wet game at Bright, the Mountain Men won 20.12 (132) to 4.1 (25) to remain undefeated after three rounds, while inflicting the Roos’ second loss to date.

After outclassing Whorouly in heavy conditions last week, Bright was again a level above the opposition, gaining the advantage early and running away with the match thanks to another strong performance at both ends of the ground.

And after another even contribution by all 21 of his players, Bright coach Regan Alexander was extremely happy with the current progress of his side.

“Obviously you just want to put in consistent four quarter performances and we have been able to do that over the first three games,” he said.

“At the moment everyone is playing their role, we haven’t relied on any individual players and that is probably the most pleasing thing.

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