HERO: Jarrah Maksymow arrived at Bacchus Marsh after the start of the season and has developed a cult hero status with fans. He lived up to that with seven goals against Sunbury. Picture: Lachlan Bence
Bacchus Marsh coach Travis Hodgson believes the week off earnedby the Cobras will be important in their BFL grand final preparation.
DASHER: Kane White was a dashing figure in defence for Bacchus Marsh, with his performance highlighted by intercept marks. Picture: Lachlan Bence
While Hodgson said Bacchus Marsh had escaped any notable injuries, it was obvious a few of his players were feeling the effects of a couple of big weeks.
Damian Cupido, Coby Millar and Daniel Burton were all limping as they left the ground.
Encouragingly though neither Lachlan Phyland (heel), who missed the qualifying final, or Liam Noonan (shoulder) showed any signs on issues they have had.Phyland was managed with limited ground time.
Hodgson acknowledged that Burton had gone into the game with a minor leg niggle.
It was only in time-on in the last quarter that Burton showed any signs of the trouble, but the ruckman ruled out any ongoing worries going into the grand final on Saturday, September 17.
Sunbury declared a clean bill of health. Tim Hill will be available after suspension.
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