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PICTURES: Good Friday footy in Bendigo

Full-time: Golden Square has scored a stunning six-point win against Kangaroo Flat in the Good Friday clash at Beck Legal Oval.

The Bulldogs rallied from a 20-point deficit at three-quarter time to beat the Roos in front of a massive crowd.

First-gamer Sam Harper kicked the winning goal on the run from 45 metres with just 50 seconds left on the clock to clinch victory.

It was a huge effort by the young Bulldogs side who were missing former AFL stars Corey Jones and Rick Ladson and inspirational skipper Simon Rosa, who played no part in the game from midway through the second quarter because of a hand/wrist injury.

Star attraction Brendan Fevola kicked 4.2 for the Roos.

Fevola always looked dangerous, but Square full-back Dale Young should be proud of his efforts.

Final score: Golden Square 13.12 (90) d Kangaroo Flat 13.6 (84).

Three quarter-time - Kangaroo Flat is on track to break a 13-year hoodoo against Golden Square.

The Roos lead 12.5 (77) to 8.9 (57) at the final break of the Good Friday clash at Beck Legal Oval.

Despite the absence of injured skipper Simon Rosa, Square rallied early in the third term to close within a point of the home side.

However, sparked by midfielder Corey Greer the Roos kicked four unanswered goal to steady the ship.

A late goal to Golden Square's Jacob Greenwood gave the Bulldogs a glimmer of hope leading into the last quarter.

Brendan Fevola was statless in the third quarter, but has 3.2 in this contest.

The brilliant Greer has kicked three goals.

Hamish Morcom is playing a lone hand in attack for Square and he has three goals.

Half-time - Kangaroo Flat holds a 14-point lead at the main break.

Star import Brendan Fevola has kicked 3.2 to half-time for the Kangaroos, and fellow key forward Cameron Rinaldi has booted two goals.

Fevola and Rinaldi have taken eight marks between them and are proving to be the difference between the two sides.

Golden Square is really struggling to find a marking target inside 50.

Golden Square's hopes were not helped by an injury to star skipper Simon Rosa.

The Bulldogs captain left the field midway through the second quarter and has not returned.

The Roos led 7.3 (45) to 4.7 (31) at half-time.

A massive crowd has filled Beck Legal Oval to watch the Fevola Show and Kangaroo Flat chase its third consecutive victory of the season and first win against Golden Square since round eight in 2001.

6.50pm - Brendan Fevola has one mark for one goal as Kangaroo Flat opened up a 15-point lead on Golden Square at quarter-time of their Good Friday clash under the Beck Legal Oval lights.

The former Carlton and Brisbane star was statless for the first 20 minutes of the game, but brought the home crowd to life with a strong mark in the goalsquare.

The Roos kicked with the breeze in the first term and their forwards made the most of their opportunties.

Key forward Cam Rinaldi has two goals, with singles to Fevola, Corey Greer, and a brilliant snap from the pocket by Tom Dargaville.

Hamish Morcom provided the highlight of the quarter for Square taking a big pack mark in front of goal.

Morcom and Dale Lowry are Square's goalkickers.

Quarter-time: Kangaroo Flat 5.0 (30) leads Golden Square 2.3 (15).

6pm - A big crowd is filing into Beck Legal Oval to watch Bendan Fevola play for Kangaroo Flat against BFNL power Golden Square.

Conditions are fine, but cool, with a 3-4 goal breeze favouring the Bendigo end of the ground.

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