The Stawell Warriors secured a sensational upset win against two-time reigning premiers the Horsham Demons at City Oval on Saturday night.
After leading by just four points at three quarter time, the Warriors powered away in the final term to secure an incredible 24 point victory, 6.10 (46) to 9.16 (70).
The Warriors were able to keep their opponents goalless in the fourth quarter to inflict Horsham their first loss of the 2019 Wimmera Football League season, and put a dampener on a night in which the home side were celebrating three premiership anniversaries.
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Familiar faces Jay Moody, Charles Nield, Thomas Taurau and Cameron Kimber were named Stawell's best, while Jamie Bach was named in the best for the first time this season.
The Warriors were lead by an even spread of goalkickers, with David Andrivon and Cody Driscoll the only players with multiple goals, booting two each.
After two losses to start the season, the Stawell Warriors have now strung together two impressive wins in a row and appear to have their season back on the right track.
In their next match after the interleague bye, the Stawell Warriors take on the undefeated Minyip-Murtoa at Anzac Park in what is sure to be a thrilling encounter.
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