The Samaria Suns crushed the Kerang Rams by a nearly 100-point margin on Saturday.
The Suns travelled to Wandeella Reserve to take on the Rams, who traditionally have been close rivals. However the game was played in the utmost good spirit and sportsmanship.
It was showcased again when the Rams lent the Suns a player.
Neville Haynes booted the first for the Suns after a chip pass from Rick Willet, while Barry Edgley would score with strong defensive play from the Suns.
The score at quarter time would see the Suns with a 35-0 lead.
The Rams would score quickly after the break kicking with the breeze, however, coach Richard Bull responded by kicking two majors.
The Suns continued to play good football with new player Phil Rouvary kicking a goal despite having sustained a hamstring injury.
The game again continued to be played in true masters spirit when Suns’ Allan Crumb was tackled by the umpire.
The second half was much like the first with the Suns stretching their lead with the Rams scoring just the two minors. The Suns take on the Woodend Heskett Hawks on Sunday at the Tatong Recreation Reserve, Masters Netball Action will be from 1pm and Football from 2.30pm.
Samaria Suns 15.12 (102) d
Kerang Rams 1.3 (9)