Gordon still confident of playing finals footy despite loss to Eastwood

Gordon coach Darren Coleman said he’s 100% sure his side can book a spot in the Shute Shield finals, less than a year after finishing the 2018 season with the wooden spoon.  The six placed Stags couldn’t match it with competition frontrunners Eastwood at TG Millner on Saturday, but Coleman said there were still lots of positives to take from the loss.  “It was a frustrating afternoon because we thought it was a game we could have won. Eastwood were just a little more clinical at set piece and with their exits,” the coach said.  “In saying that, our attack troubled them at times and we had quite a few good passages of ball movement and continuity.  “When we played them earlier this year, we never really troubled their defence, so I guess that shows we’re progressing as a side.”  Eastwood assistant coach Andrew Clyne agreed that his side won the big moments in the game.  “I thought we played well with the breeze in the second half. Our scrum and

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