Former Demon on track for ton

Former Otway Districts coach Tom Mullane-Grant has booted 76 goals after 10 rounds for new club Bright.

Colac district’s goalkicking award is down to a two-horse race in 2019, while last year’s champion Tom Mullane-Grant is making headlines in a new league.

Lorne’s Lewie Hollmer and Alvie’s Dom Dare are an outside chance of reaching 100-goal milestones in Colac district football this year.

Hollmer took his season tally to 61 goals with a six-goal performance for the reigning premier on the weekend, while Dare is hot on his heels, sitting on 56 for the third-placed Swans after 11 rounds.

But reigning CDFNL leading goalkicker Mullane-Grant looks destined to bring up triple figures in 2019.

Former Otway Districts coach Mullane-Grant has taken on a senior coaching role at Ovens and King league outfit Bright in the state’s north-east.

The 34-year-old is enjoying a dominant start to his career for the team that plays as the Mountain Men at the foot of Victoria’s Alpine

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