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PLAYING before a home crowd Woori Yallock’s Under 12s took top honours in the 2013 grand final on Sunday 1 September.
With league best and fairest and BOG Callum French on side, the junior Tigers fulfilled their potential, unbeaten all season to come home with a 5.4 (34) win over Wandin’s 1.7 (13).
The better side on the day Woori put a 21 point margin between it and the Bulldogs who have taken the honours for the past three years.
Coach Dave Wallace congratulated the team saying it had built on previous years and was rising and looking good for the future.
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