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ON TOP: Leeton-Whitton’s Josh Grant flies high over MCUE’s Andrew Dickins in the game at Leeton Showground on Saturday. Picture: Ron ArelA GOAL from Toby Conroy with about 90 seconds on the clock helped Leeton-Whitton to a thrilling two-point victory over Mangoplah-Cookardinia United-Eastlakes on Saturday.
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The Crows had not been in front all day but a turnover from a MCUE kick-in provided Conroy with the opportunity to snap a goal over his shoulder and put Leeton-Whitton ahead.

The Crows got numbers back and the ball was inside the Goannas’ attacking 50 as the siren sounded, with Leeton-Whitton prevailing 11.10 (76) to 11.8 (74) at Leeton Showground.

Just moments earlier the Crows thought they had let a golden opportunity slip when Bryce O’Garey missed from 15 metres out.

But from the following kick-in, Conroy goaled to give Leeton-Whitton a famous victory, and keep their top-three hopes alive.

It was all MCUE early and they were five goals in front midway through the second quarter before the Crows finally kicked their first goal of the day.

They finished the quarter strongly though to close within seven points at the main break.

MCUE marginally got the better of the third term to lead by 13 points at the final change, and led for all bar the final 90 seconds.

Conroy’s goal was not the only final-quarter heroics from the Crows with big ruckman Neil Irwin chasing down a MCUE midfielder 20 metres out to stop a certain goal.

Leeton-Whitton captain-coach Jade Hodge said the come-from-behind win will provide the perfect boost in morale heading into the business end of the season.

“It’s massive for us, I reckon,” Hodge said.

“It gives us belief, we haven’t really pushed any sides above us, apart from Griffith, this year so this will give us a lot of belief going forward.”

The win puts the Crows within a game of a top-three spot.

“We’ve got another cracking game next week against Griffith,” Hodge said.

“We just need to keep winning.”

The Crows again showed their versatility, making a number of changes at quarter-time after being blown away early.

Hodge moved from centre-half-back to up forward and booted three goals. Josh Grant went from the ruck to centre-half-back, and Neil Irwin shifted from forward to the ruck.

The move worked as Irwin claimed best-on-ground honours.

Conroy, Michael Wescombe and Jayden Lehman were others to shine in the win.

Harry Collins was MCUE’s best player, while Lachie Kendall and Alex McCormack also played important roles.

The two-point loss puts the Goannas on the back foot ahead of a crucial showdown with Wagga Tigers next week.

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