ESSENDON legend Terry Daniher proved he has still got it as Ungarie celebrated 100 years of football in the best possible fashion on Saturday.
At age 58, Daniher still showed his younger opponents a thing or two as Ungarie enjoyed a 73-point victory over rivals West Wyalong Girral.
Ungarie were always in control of the Northern Riverina League clash, prevailing 21.11 (137) to 10.4 (64) in front of a big crowd at Ungarie.
Daniher started on the interchange bench but made his much anticipated appearance midway through the opening term.
He played about half the game, playing up forward.
Daniher’s appearance was part of Ungarie’s 100 years of football celebrations. The club will hold a black and white ball on Sunday.
Ungarie, the reigning premiers, were too good for West Wyalong-Girral, courtesy of an eight-goal haul from Jayden Erwin.
Kyle Archibald, Wayde Archibald, Connor Neyland and Terry McCartney were others to shine for Ungarie in the win.