Magpies and Bombers to square off

Camperdown and Cobden share one of the Hampden league’s fiercest rivalries. Tomorrow they meet at Terang Recreation Reserve as they look to book a place in next week’s second semi final against Warrnambool.

RIVALRIES will be renewed tomorrow as Camperdown and Cobden do battle in the qualifying final of Hampden senior football.
It will be the first time since 2009 that the two have met in finals.
On that occasion it was Cobden proving victorious in the elimination final, which was also played at Terang Recreation Reserve, the venue for tomorrow’s bout.
Their record in 2012 stands at one win apiece, the Magpies successful at Leura Oval in round six before the Bombers got revenge at home in round 13.
That was the beginning of a three match losing streak for the Magpies, which they have since recovered from to win the last three games of the home and away season.
Cobden have finished the season with four consecutive victories, their last defeat coming in July against top team Warrnambool.
Camperdown’s reserves footballers will also be in action on Saturday against Warrnambool.
On Sunday at Gardens Oval, the under 18 footballers will fight to keep their season alive as they face a Terang Mortlake side which is expected to be strengthened by the return of several players from the senior line-up.

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