Page 1

The Eastern

ROUND 2 - 14 APRIL 2018

FOOTBALLER

TM

footyEFL


INSIDE THE EFL Vale The EFL community was shocked and in disbelief last Saturday night with the tragic news of much-loved former EFL Media Team member Shaun Kelly’s passing. At just 37 years of age, it is far too young. Shaun was a long-serving member of the EFL Media team. In that time, he became a familiar face and voice on the various EFL radio and video programs, always with a boundless amount of energy and huge knowledge of all areas of our competition. But it’s his ‘Friday Preview’ for what Shaun will best be remembered. An often 10,000-word dossier each week looking at every game across the competition with an encyclopaedic knowledge of where players and teams were at with their preparation at the time. For all involved with the EFL it was compulsory reading.

Phil Murton EFL Chief Executive Officer

When long time EFL Media Manager Anthony Stanguts moved on to AFL Victoria, Shaun took on a paid part-time role as Production and Broadcast Manager, working alongside new EFL Media Manager Lauren Wood to ensure the programs kept going and improving. As well as league duties, Shaun often MC’d club functions and award nights. He finished with us when he moved to Brisbane to take on a job in media and events with Queensland Cricket, then moved back to Victoria, and footy, where he headed up AFL Goldfields’ media and events team. More recently he ran his own media company where he still did huge amounts of content for local footy media in and around Ballarat. The comments on social media on the news of his passing from people across the EFL community showed just how loved and respected he was for the work he did for us. Our thoughts go to his wife Sarah, family and friends. Another tragedy befell the EFL community over the summer months with the passing of East Burwood stalwart Barry Wenker. Barry tragically passed way after a short battle following complications from surgery.

The club held a minute’s silence before Round 1 to recognise his contribution to the club. As the club commented on his passing, football clubs are really just four walls and a patch of grass, but it is the people who make them a great place to be. Barry Wenker certainly made the East Burwood Football Club a special place. During nearly sixty years of loyal service to East Burwood, Barry filled just about every possible role at the Rams: player, coach, administrator, sponsor and volunteer. He more than anyone was responsible for the setting up of the junior club and he had a massive influence on shaping the lives of so many young men who came through the place. In 2011, he was awarded the Volunteer of the Year award by Whitehorse Council. The outpouring of grief for Barry on social media upon his passing gave a true indication of the esteem in which he was held by all. In this role you get to meet lots of great people at clubs, but Barry was special. For East Burwood home games, he was the face on the gate, rain, hail or shine, always with a big smile and a comment or two about how the League, or East Burwood, was going. Despite having moved down the Peninsula, he would drive up for home games to man the gate and for finals to park cars with the precision of a surgeon with his trusty parking stick. In 2016, I wrote an editorial on club gate keepers, and the loyal, selfless servants who carried out the role. With typical Barry class, he emailed me a thank-you note for that small recognition. It’s people like Shaun and Barry that make local football so special. In every club, there are people we all take for granted. League sponsor Tobin Brothers ran a terrific campaign recently titled ‘Say it Now’. The premise was they often hear emotional and heartfelt stories about people at their funerals, but they are the kind of stories people should hear while they are alive, so they have a true understanding of how loved and valued they are. Whether it’s telling someone how much you appreciate what they do, or just buying them a beer unexpectedly, the loss of Shaun this week and Barry over the summer maybe shows we should ‘Say it Now’ a bit more often. May they both rest in peace.

THE EASTERN FOOTBALLER THE OFFICIAL JOURNAL OF THE EASTERN FOOTBALL LEAGUE April 14, 2018 Price: $2.00 (inc. GST) Vol. 29 No. 2 All material and photographs prepared by the Eastern Football League Media Manager, including original articles and those of contributors, published in the Eastern Footballer, are subject to copyright laws and cannot be reproduced without the permission of the EFL. Some photos provided by Cyan Sporting Images and Fairfax Journal. Address all correspondence to: Eastern Football League, 256 Scoresby Road, Boronia 3155. Telephone: 9762 5766, Fax: 9761 1315. Chairman: Graham Halbish. Chief Executive Officer: Phil Murton. Printed by Mystique. Telephone: 9757 9000.

www.efl.org.au

1


4

¢

PER LITRE*

DISCOUNT *2¢ FOR YOUR CLUB 2¢ FOR YOU

Support your club and save CASH! * Fill up at any United fuel site and we’ll provide an instant saving to you and to your nominated club.

2

PROUD SPONSOR OF THE EASTERN FOOTBALL LEAGUE

The Eastern Footballer

Keep your eyes on the EFL website for more details coming shortly.

www.efl.org.au


MEDIA COVERAGE

EFL GameDay

GW Hawks v East Burwood From 1pm SATURDAY Broadcast Station: 98.1FM, Radio Eastern Stream: www.efl.org.au Text: 0419 654 082 Facebook: www.facebook.com/footyefl

The Huddle: Friday, 4.30pm-5.30pm on 98.1FM Bush and the ‘Burbs: Thursday, 9.15pm on 1116 SEN

EFL Gameday: LIVE Saturday on efl.org.au EFL Match Footage Hub: From Monday on efl.org.au

I Inside Football – it’s a must for the fair dinkkum footy fan! O On sale for just $5.95 at your local newsagent W Woolworths and 7-Eleven stores every W Wednesday. A Also available to download on your iPad o or iPhone via http://sen.lu/IFSubscription

www.efl.org.au

3


MELBOURNE’S BEST NEWS TEAM P R O U D LY S U P P O RT I N G T H E E A ST E R N F O OT B A L L L E AG U E

9news.com.au facebook.com/9newsmelbourne 4

The Eastern Footballer

@9newsmelbourne

twitter.com/9newsmelb


TIPPING BEN WARREN-SMITH BROADCAST MANAGER LAST WEEK: 17 TOTAL: 18

ROSS COUZENS INSIDE FOOTBALL LAST WEEK: 17 TOTAL: 18

HAWKA HAWTHORN FC - MASCOT LAST WEEK: 15 TOTAL: 15

TONY JONES NINE NEWS LAST WEEK: 17 TOTAL: 18

GARRY & TIM

SEN LAST WEEK: 13 TOTAL: 14

PHIL MURTON EFL CEO LAST WEEK: 13 TOTAL: 13

TOBY PRIME Leader Newspapers LAST WEEK: 0 TOTAL: 0

DIVISION 1

DIVISION 2

DIVISION 3

DIVISION 4

Balwyn Noble Park Norwood Doncaster Vermont North Ringwood

Bayswater Wantirna South Doncaster East Croydon Park Orchards

Scoresby Boronia Ferntree Gully Ringwood Heathmont Donvale

Whitehorse Pio GW Hawks Surrey Park Kilsyth Forest Hill

DIVISION 1

DIVISION 2

DIVISION 3

DIVISION 4

Balwyn Noble Park Norwood Doncaster Vermont North Ringwood

Lilydale Wantirna South Doncaster East Croydon Upper FTG

Scoresby Boronia Ferntree Gully The Basin Heathmont Donvale

Coldstream East Burwood Surrey Park Kilsyth Forest Hill

DIVISION 1

DIVISION 2

DIVISION 3

DIVISION 4

Balwyn Blackburn Norwood Doncaster Vermont North Ringwood

Bayswater Wantirna South Doncaster East Mitcham Park Orchards

Scoresby Boronia Ferntree Gully Ringwood Heathmont Donvale

Whitehorse Pio East Burwood Surrey Park Kilsyth Forest Hill

DIVISION 1

DIVISION 2

DIVISION 3

DIVISION 4

South Croydon Noble Park Norwood Doncaster Vermont North Ringwood

Bayswater Wantirna South Doncaster East Croydon Upper FTG

Scoresby Boronia Ferntree Gully Ringwood Heathmont Donvale

Whitehorse Pio GW Hawks Surrey Park Kilsyth Forest Hill

DIVISION 1

DIVISION 2

DIVISION 3

DIVISION 4

Balwyn Noble Park Norwood Doncaster Vermont North Ringwood

Lilydale Wantirna South Doncaster East Croydon Park Orchards

Scoresby Waverley Blues Ferntree Gully Ringwood Heathmont Donvale

Whitehorse Pio East Burwood Surrey Park Kilsyth Forest Hill

DIVISION 1

DIVISION 2

DIVISION 3

DIVISION 4

Balwyn Noble Park Norwood Doncaster Vermont North Ringwood

Bayswater Wantirna South Doncaster East Croydon Upper FTG

Scoresby Boronia Chirnside Park Ringwood Heathmont Warrandyte

Whitehorse Pio GW Hawks Surrey Park Kilsyth Forest Hill

DIVISION 1

DIVISION 2

DIVISION 3

DIVISION 4

Balwyn Blackburn Norwood Doncaster Vermont North Ringwood

Bayswater Wantirna South Doncaster East Mitcham Park Orchards

Scoresby Boronia Ferntree Gully Ringwood Heathmont Donvale

Whitehorse Pio East Burwood Surrey Park Kilsyth Forest Hill

EFL Tipping For more information or to enter, head to efl.org.au

www.efl.org.au

5


INTERLEAGUE SQUAD

T

he Eastern Football League has announced its initial squad for the WorkSafe AFL Victoria Community Championships ahead of next month’s clash with the Geelong Football League at Etihad Stadium on Saturday, May 19.

BALWYN

Jackson Weatherald Kristopher Pendlebury Rennie Gilchrist Charlie Haley Cameron Manuel

BLACKBURN Jake Hammond Ben Daniher Tyler Faulkner

DONCASTER Chris Annakis

NOBLE PARK Jackson Sketcher Kyle Martin

NORTH RINGWOOD Jayden Van Unen NORWOOD Leigh Williams Stuart Hill Matthew Aver Jayden Kroussaratis

ROWVILLE Ziggie Alwan Lachlan McDonald Damian Garner

SOUTH CROYDON Frank Anderson Matt Jones

VERMONT Jake Best Lachlan Johns Tom Schneider Lachlan Carey Rory Lehmann

6

The Eastern Footballer


COMPLETE INJURY CARE The Eastern Football League, in conjunction with four leading medical providers, are excited about bringing EFL players an injury care program unrivalled in community sport. Through Vermont Urgent Care, Capital Radiology, Sports Med Biologic and Orthopaedic Specialists Melbourne, Complete Injury Care creates a level of expert care for EFL players usually reserved for those at the elite level. Vermont Urgent Care is a walk-in doctors surgery open on Saturday afternoons and Sundays to provide immediate care to injured players without waiting for hours at the public hospital or paying significant money before you walk in the door at a private hospital.

shown most local GPs aren’t comfortable dealing with, and that as an industry is an area we need to be cognisant of providing the best level of care. Through this program and our access to the level of care available at Sports Med Biologic, this is possible. Vermont Urgent Care - Walk in Doctors Clinic. No appointment needed. 5 Boronia Road, Vermont http://vermonturgentcare.com.au/ Ph: 9874 3344 (Open Saturday & Sunday afternoon)

Capital Radiology provides the full range of radiology services such as x-ray, CT scans and MRI, with quality care and communication with patients and other medical professionals.

SportsMed Biologic Rapid Access Concussion Clinic Suite 1G, 116-118 Thames Street Box Hill www.sportsmedbiologic.com.au Ph: 1300 858 860 (Telephone Monday morning for same day appointment)

Sports Med Biologic is a sports medical clinic based in Box Hill of which the doctors all have experience at the elite level of sport, mostly with AFL clubs, and will provide expert concussion care, both pre-screening and post-injury care.

Orthopaedic Specialists Melbourne Expert orthopaedic services Consulting rooms – Knox Private Hospital http://osom.com.au/ Ph: 9800 0136

And Orthopaedic Specialists Melbourne will help provide quick access to expert orthopaedic services from internationally-trained and highlyregarded surgeons.

Capital Radiology Vermont X-ray, CT scans and MRI 399-401 Burwood Highway Vermont South http://www.capitalradiology.com.au/ Ph: 9814 6666 (Telephone Monday morning for same day appointment).

Concussion is understandably, an important topic for our industry. It’s an area research has

www.efl.org.au

7


STATS BENCH

Noel McPhee @statsbench

Division 1 Round 2 Balwyn

Wins 10

Wins

Draws

Streak

South Croydon

2

0

SC 1

Montrose

1

Vermont

12

0

V6

Norwood

14

East Ringwood

7

0

N3

Noble Park

19

Blackburn

7

1

B2

North Ringwood

6

Knox

7

0

NR 1

Doncaster

6

Rowville

12

0

D3

Wins

Draws

Streak

Division 2 Round 2

Wins

Croydon

25

Mitcham

36

0

C1

Upper FTG

3

Park Orchards

0

0

UG 3

Lilydale

12

Bayswater

21

0

B3

Wantirna South

15

Mooroolbark

22

0

WS 1

Doncaster East

8

Mulgrave

10

0

DE 2

Division 3 Round 2

Wins

Draws

Streak

The Basin

Wins 8

Ringwood

11

0

R1

South Belgrave

3

Heathmont

9

0

H4

Donvale

5

Warrandyte

2

0

W2

Ferntree Gully

7

Chirnside Park

14

0

FTG 1

Scoresby

0

Templestowe

3

0

T3

Boronia

4

Waverley Blues

3

0

WB 1

Wins

Draws

Streak

Division 4 Round 2 Glen W Hawks Coldstream

Wins -

East Burwood

-

-

-

14

Whitehorse P

7

0

WP 1

Nunawading

9

Forest Hill

27

0

FH 10

Kilsyth

3

Silvan

5

0

K2

Surrey Park

12

Fair Park

18

0

SP 4

8

The Eastern Footballer


STATS BENCH Norwood joins the growing list of clubs to have reached 1000 EFL games and celebrate today. The club was a foundation member of the then EDFL (Eastern District Football League) in 1962 and were originally known as Norwood High School. The club was founded in 1960 in the Ferntree Gully Football League and became a member of the newly-formed EDFL in 1962. In 1970, the club changed its name from the Norwood High School Football Club to the Norwood Football Club and moved to the traditional home ground at Mullum Mullum Reserve where it remains today. A golden era of 1980-82 when the club won 51 games from 60 culminated in the 1982 Division 3 premiership. Another Division 3 flag went to Norwood in 1989. A remarkable period followed when from a position of seventh of eight teams in Division 4 in 1998, the Norsemen climbed to a Division 1 breakthrough premiership in 2014, along the way winning the premiership in Division 4 (1999) and another in Division 3 (2003). Promotion to Division 1 followed a Division 2 grand final berth in 2006. The club played in four Division 1 finals series in a row and five of six from 2010 to 2015. Norwood’s most-played opponents are Nunawading (42), Warrandyte (41) and Montrose (39) and it has a better than 50% winning ratio against all three.

www.efl.org.au

Kenneth Wright Medal John Ryan 1985

Paul Edie Medal Geoff Lisle 1988

Perc James Medal John Ryan 1984 Chris O’Riley 1995

League Leading Goalkickers Leigh Williams 2011 (88), 2015 (79), 2017 (70), Anthony Bright 1999 (95) Matthew Silva 1996 (70) Andrew Stone 1995 (58). 1982 Gary Thompson kicked 130 (snr) 1982 EDFL Overall Club Champion (snr) 1975 Division 3 Club Champion (snr)

Players to have played VFL/AFL Geoff Smith (Hawthorn) Rob Cummins (Hawthorn) Mark Attard (North Melbourne) Daniel Stewart (Port Adelaide) Andrew Moore (Port Adelaide) Sam Blease (Melbourne / Geelong) Jordan Gysberts (Melbourne) Tom Boyd (Greater Western Sydney/Western Bulldogs) James Parsons (Geelong) Adam Cerra (Fremantle)

9


EASTLAND NETBALL EFL PREVIEW By: Jessie Hare Twitter: Jessie Haree

R

eflecting back on the season that was 2017, the Netball EFL saw plenty of quality competition.

Looking back at the Premier Division, Stephanie McNay from Fairpark took the best and fairest with 18 votes. Boronia Hawks goal attack, Melissa Martinov from Boronia Hawks led the goal scoring ending on 531 for the season. It was a big lead up to the grand final between Boronia and Fairpark but when the final siren sounded it was Boronia who took the win, 48-32. Nicole Phillips from Boronia taking the best on court medal for the match. Following the strong finals series in Premier Division, the Team of the Year was packed full with grand final players from both sides as well as some strong players from Wantirna and Blackburn to round out the side.

10

The Eastern Footballer

Team of the Year Goal Shooter: Alicia Hughes, Fairpark Goal Attack: Melissa Martinov, Boronia Wing Attack: Rebecca Subbiah, Wantirna South Centre: Krista Tomlinson (Captain), Fairpark Wing Defence: Stephanie McNay, Fairpark Goal Defence: Nicole Phillips, Boronia Goal Keeper: Petra Keogh, Boronia Interchange: Abigail Gedge Blackburn, Rebecca McMahon Boronia and Mary Livesey Wantirna South.


EASTLAND NETBALL EFL PREVIEW

Looking at the rest of the best and fairest winners for 2017 across the board, in Division 1, Michelle Duke from Chirnside Park took top spot with 14 votes. A strong season from Brenda Lay from Knox took out Division 2 on a high 23 votes. In Rowville’s first year in the Netball EFL, its Division 3 mid-courter, Ashlen Bennet took home the medal on 18 votes. A great season from Britney Purcell from the Park Orchards side ended the year on a huge 27 votes. In Division 5, the best and fairest award was won by two players in Jay Graham from Forest Hill and Tegan Pohl from Ringwood on 16 votes a piece. Olivia Patterson-Dodge from Ferntree Gully tallied 19 votes to take home the medal in Division 6 and to finish off the netball, Ilaria Akkers in division 7 Park Orchards side finished on 18 votes. It’s a tough job to be the goal scorers for your teams and the leading women across all seven divisions deserve some recognition for their duties over the season, already mentioned was Melissa Martinov finishing the season on 531 in the premier division. Division 1: Leanne Fredericks, Boronia Gold – 279 goals. Division 2: Megan Williams, Fairpark Red – 417. Division 3: Mandy Simpson, The Basin Red – 301. Division 4: Tarsha Collette, Coldstream Blue – 275. Division 5: Erin Anderson, Glen Waverley Hawks Blue – 293. Division 6: Samantha Crowe, Heathmont Yellow – 239. Division 7: Michaela Bailey, Mulgrave Blue – 241. Across the board, there was some tough finals www.efl.org.au

series matches being played by all divisions. The Division 1 grand final had top of the ladder clash between Lilydale Falcons and Mitcham Black, Lilydale coming out on top, 31-27. Division 2 had first placed on the ladder Norwood Black defeat fourth placed Fairpark Red, 35-29. In the Division 3 grand final, first placed Kilsyth Cougars took out the win against fourth placed Knox Black comfortably, 38-25. In another top of the table clash, Division 4’s grand final game saw Park Orchards Red defeat Boronia Brown, 25-14. The Division 5 had first on the ladder Glen Waverley Hawks Blue defeat second placed Forest Hill Zebras by just one goal, 30-29. In yet another close one, the Division 6 grand final had Ferntree Gully White taking the win against Heathmont Yellow by one goal, 22-21. And to finish the season, in Division 7, first placed Heathmont Black defeated fourth placed Mulgrave Red 31-22. The Netball EFL season gets underway this Friday, with the EFL’s Netball, Events and Administration Manager, Petra Keogh, looking forward to what the competition has in store for 2018. “It’s going to be a great season with 80 teams on board to play across all venues,” Keogh said. “The main difference I’ve made this year is the Premier Division has 11 teams instead of the normal six. “I am so honoured to be part of such a professional and competitive league. The growth and development in the EFL Netball clubs, teams, players and umpires have been amazing for our competition and I can’t wait to see everyone in action this Friday night.” 11


LEADER YOUNG GUN By: Toby Prime (Leader Newspapers)

R

OWVILLE will be hoping to see a lot more of Will Stephenson this year based on the first showing in his new colours. Stephenson aligned himself with the Hawks over the summer out of TAC Cup club Gippsland Power after joining VFL club Casey Demons, landing himself the Round 1 nomination for the Leader Newspapers Division 1 and 2 Young Gun Award. Stephenson impressed off halfback to be among Rowville’s best players in the 17-point win over Norwood on Saturday, proving why the Hawks worked hard over the pre-season to get his signature. “We were pleased with his ball efficiency, we thought his ball use by foot in particular was outstanding and his pressure and intensity around the contest for an 18-year-old contest on debut was extraordinary,” Rowville coach John Brown said.

12 12

Th The h E East Eastern tern Foot F Footballer t baller tball balll b l

“We were really pleased with what we got out of him, we know he is a quality lad but to see that on debut against a quality outfit like Norwood was terrific.” Stephenson played 18 games for Gippsland Power last year and was 23rd man in one game for Casey Demons, generating some interest from AFL recruiters. “I met with him several times and he was impressed with the way the club was heading and decided to join Rowville, which was great for us,” Brown said. “We’re really pleased with the way he is coming along and hopefully we see him a lot this season.” Stephenson is joined by Division 3 and 4 nominee Luke Hannon of Boronia. Hannon, a former Eastern Ranges captain, played every senior game last year in his first season at the Hawks and was best afield in the weekend’s 123-point win over Templestowe.


LAWSON’S DAY By: Daniel Cencic Twitter: @DC_EFL

T

he Coldstream Football & Netball Club will host a special day for seven-yearold Lawson Appleton at its first home game of the season, as the Cougars take on the Whitehorse Pioneers this week.

Lawson, the son of Coldstream playingassistant coach Leam Doughty and partner Tamara, has recently been diagnosed with acute lymphoblastic leukaemia, where the entire community has rallied around the family. An avid Bombers supporter, Lawson loves his footy, soccer, and cricket, and will lead the seniors and reserves out this Saturday as he looks to inspire his beloved Cougars to victory. In true community spirit, the club is hosting a ‘World’s Greatest Shave’ event, where after the game, all players will be colouring or shaving their hair, to raise much-needed funds for the Leukaemia Foundation. “It’s what footy clubs are all about – we’re a family and we’re all there to support him (Lawson), so it’s much bigger than a scoreboard this week that’s for sure,” club secretary Samantha Glassborow said. “He’s just so excited about it all, and we’ve got a little jumper for him to run out in hopefully it is a really good day for him.” While Lawson hasn’t taken to the field to play under-8s just yet, Leam is wary of his son’s passion to play Australian rules – to ant the point where it scares the playing-assistant of what the seven-year-old may be capable of on the field. “Leam said he couldn’t trust him not to tackle all the other kids!,” Glassborow said. “I think he (Lawson) really looks up to the players both at the footy club and the cricket club and they’re his heroes and that’s why we’re doing this for him, so he can see they’re all supporting him and right behind him.” Glassborow said the club and family has been overwhelmed by the outpouring of support Lawson’s cause has received from the wider www.efl.org.au

community. “It’s been amazing – we’re already up to over $1400 and the donations have been coming in every day,” she said. “We’ve also had businesses donating for Saturday – Bubba’s Pizza in Lilydale donated food for the function, as well as the sushi place in Lilydale, Patrick’s Electrical have donated prizes for the raffle and Channel 9 have got involved too – it’s amazing.

“Young kids shouldn’t have to face this kind of thing, but if they do then we do everything we can to help them out and show them we’re there to support them.” The shave will kick off at 5pm at the conclusion of the senior match, along with finger food and raffles. The club has registered a team with the Leukaemia Foundation called Lawson’s Cougars, where the links can be found on the Coldstream Facebook page or website – coldstreamfnc.com. 13


DIVISION 1 BALWYN: WELCOME TO BALWYN PARK SEASON 2018! Good luck to all Tiger Teams Today! SOCIAL CLUB FACILITIES So, you might have noticed that there’s a big hole in the ground where our Social Club used to be. Pardon our Progress – We’ll need your Patience. This year will be a little different to what we’ve been used to, but it will all work out so much better come season 2019! For this season, PreMatch - Our canteen and beverage tent alongside the club room external stairs will cater to all your food and drink requirements before the game, with the Upstairs Club Room Area available from 1.40pm for drinks, and inside area. Half time and After-match will also be in this upstairs area. BE A BALWYN TIGER - Being a Balwyn Tiger means you are part of the mighty army that hasn’t missed an EFL final series since joining the competition in 2007. It takes a lot to be a successful football club and the support that we have off the field is a crucial part of our club success. We have three categories of membership on offer. Just choose the one that suits you best – Tiger - $75, Social - $150 or our Coterie Group – “400 Club” - $400. To join up or renew your membership go to the website to join online, or see our membership team here at the ground today. OR you may wish to become a Club Sponsor, or even Sponsor a Player! To discuss opportunities, please call Club President Richard Wilson on 0407 949 178.

BALWYN Sen. Coach: Rodney Eade Res. Coach: Adam Lenarcic Ground: Balwyn Park, Cherry Road, Balwyn, (Melways 46 D8) Ph: 9836 7974 Colours: Black yellow & white with black shorts.

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 38

Cameron Manuel Luke Barker Liam Smith Jeff Gobbels Taylor Gilchrist Charlie Haley Ayden Kennedy Jack Kimber Kris Pendlebury Tom Davis Yarran Jaffer-Williams James May Cristian Sanfilippo Tom Roach Shane Tregear Louis Cunningham Rennie Gilchrist (C ) Ed McCutchan Jarryd Chirgwin Liam Frazer Tom Wilson Charlie Stewart Marc O’Regan Danny Baglava Sam de Soysa Sam Van der Haar Daniel Beddison Lachie Bain Michael Wenn Jackson Weatherald Ed Court Alex Federico Chevy Andersen Connor Byrne Max Warren Dylan Collis Darcy Griffiths

39 41 42 43 44 45 46 47 48 49 50 51 54 55 56 57 58 61 63 64 65 66 70 77

Matt Tempone Marcus Higgins Ryan Pendlebury Jayme Gottliebsen Lloyd Toffolon Will Stevenson-Vissers Christian Alevizos James Baren Oliver Clementson Chris Turner Jyedin Williams Jye Chirgwin Rob Merrett Lucas Dohnt Danny Baglava Brandon Wood Shaun Cross Harrison Boulton Adem Tahirovski Tim Norton Ned Clear Patrick Bateman Tom Erwin Tom Horne

UNDER 19 Coach: Ian Kent 12 James May 22 Charlie Stewart 45 Will StevensonVissers 50 Jyedin Williams 51 Jye Chirgwin 55 Bailey Neate 65 Rob Merrett 71 Max Clark 72 Jack Keyhoe 73 Josh Norris 74 Mason Carrozza 75 Josh Tuhan

14

The Eastern Footballer

76 77 78 79 80 81 85 86

Noah Marshallsay Tom Horne Jack Kerr Joel Smith Harry Veitch Sam Elliott Jake Purcell Liam Chester


DIVISION 1

ROUND 2: SATURDAY 14 APRIL 2018

SOUTH CROYDON Senior Coach: Luke McCormick Res Coach: Brad Neil Ground: Cheong Park, Eastfield Road, South Croydon. (Melways 50 G7). Ph: 9725 7016. Colours: Red, white and blue horizontal stripes, royal blue shorts. 1 Max King 2 Steve Dinnell 3 Frank Anderson 4 David Del Papa 5 Liam Cox 6 Dylan Marshall 7 Jason Coghlan 8 Josh Allison 9 Jason Want 10 Nathan Burnage 11 Lachlan Tindal 11R Darcy Brown 12 Ryley McKernan 13 Lucas O’Neill 14 Robbie Mallison 15 James Crowle 16 Jake Tucker 17 Daniel Cooper 18 Matt Jones 19 Eric Stone 20 Sam Cali 21 Luke O’Toole 22 Mathieu Rosier 23 Anthony Zeniou 24 Jayden Cass 25 Jason Payne 26 Liam Fitzgerald 27 Dale Walker 28 Pierce Rooney 29 Lachie Arthurson 30 Daniel King 31 Ben McDonald 32 Patrick Rosier 33 Michael King 34 James Draper 35 Liam Tobin 36 Joel Roos 37 Alex Birch 38 Jayden Humphris 39 Patrick Ashton

Q1

40 41 42 43 44 45 46 47 48 49 50 51 52 53 54 55 56 57 58 59 60 61 62 63 64 65 66 67 68 77 78 79 80 81 82 83 84 85 86

Q2

Ben Zoppo Nic Molnar Andrew Dellavedova Darcy Whiffin Josh O’Toole Ash Stagg Rhys Mills Tom Schinck Jayson Fabris Jayson Fitz-Gerald Zac Parr Jarrod Parr Glenn Strachan Jack Schinck Mitchell Schinck Lachlan Evans Brandon Panza Sam Cuthbert Justin McCormack Kyle Rooney Zack Porcellana Braydon Kilpatrick Jack Kennett Troy Dynes Nick Repalust Nick Mason Thomas Ondarchie Tom Catalano Jack McDonald Aaron Foley Anthony Brolic Nick Evans Stuart Horner Chris Jones Jason Pongracic Jordan Walker Joel Burleigh Ben Cardamone Brendan Myers

Q3

SOUTH CROYDON: An exciting day at Cheong Park last Saturday; super conditions, two exciting games which produced wins and a great crowd in attendance as the 2017 Div. 1 Premiership flag was unfurled. Thank you to all special guests who supported the day, including local and federal members, Noble Park and EFL executives, life members and key sponsors. On field the seniors and reserves, came from behind to record wins – a lot of improvement still to come, and there is no doubt that this year we will seem great improvement across the competition. Also great to see the first U19s match under the combined Whitehorse/Sth Croydon team take place at Cheong. Thank you and welcome to all Whitehorse players and parents. We hope to see you all back at our ground a few more times in 2018. Today, our new senior women’s team is playing a series of grading games at Knox Gardens Reserve. We wish the girls all the best in their first clashes for points! Sponsorship and membership is paramount for the club’s continued improvement. Please contact the club for full details of sponsorship packages and look to our website for all membership categories. Watch out for details of club events through our various media pages and phone app. Go doggies!

Q4

UNDER 19 Coach: Phil McDonald 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12

Ash Stagg Nick Mason Jack Kennett Jaycob Baxter Jake Sali Thomas Ondarchie Justin Coventry David Killen Jack Schinck Josh Mancusi Ben Dodd Haydn Shallvey

www.efl.org.au

13 14 15 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25

Jack McDonald Ryan Lacey Jayson Fabris Aaron Toole Rhys Mills Nick Repalust Ryan Jones Jedd Miller Sam McKellar Noah Burgess Jarryd Philp Troy Dynes

26 Ben Akaruru 27 Brandon RobinsonSambrooks 28 Ben Slight 29 Harry ArmstrongClark

15


DIVISION 1 NOBLE PARK: Welcome to the Bullring for Season 2018. We welcome all the new players, officials, sponsors and supporters and their families to the club and we wish all departed players / officials all the best on their new football journeys. Our coaching panel consists of Mick Fogarty Snr Coach, with assistants Andrew Sharp, Dan Misleki and Justin Hamilton with Jamie Barnett as our development coach. Our U19s will be lead by Premiership player Brent Williams with Matt Cragg as his assistant. We our fielding two U17s this year with Rod Nelson and Craig Mulcock as coaches. Off the field the club has recruited new members to the committee - welcome back Eric Caughey and Andrew Kampl and welcome Rose Schiavello onto the committee. Memberships are available -$55 which gets you into all home games and to attend one Blue and Gold Luncheon for free - please sms Kellie on 0412798530 to organise your membership. Bulls apparel from Rose - so come on down to outside the pavilion on match days and purchase your Blue & Gold Gear. The Noble Park Football Club was saddened to hear of the passing of Shaun Kelly. Shaun was a great supporter of the Bulls in his media role at the Eastern Football League. Your interviews and calls of our games will be etched in our memories forever. RIP Shaun - our love to his wife Sarah, family and friends. Today black arm bands will be worn in his memory and in memory of those who have passed away during the preseason xoxox Go Bulls and Bullieve in 2018

NOBLE PARK Senior Coach: Mick Fogarty Res Coach: Jamie Barnett Ground: Pat Wright Senior Oval, Moodemere St, Noble Park (Melways 89 D5) Ph: 9546 0653. Colours: Gold jumper, royal blue shoulders, with blue bulls emblem, royal blue shorts. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 37 39 40

Jordan Marson Luke Bull Jayden Gee Adam Giobbi Lachlan Marolla Bailey Lambert Luke Nelson Kyle Martin Jackson Sketcher Kieran Byers Hudson Thomas Tom Glen Aaron Erbulut Piva Wright Cosi Anagnostou Dylan Jacotine Ryan Morrison Ray Lengyel Mouneer Ghanem Mitch Anderson Jacob Duscher Luke Bravis Jake Gains Aiden Nelson Brayden Haynes Jack Wheeler Matthew Kelly Kevin Kean Tim Beech Lachlan Haynes Musa Amin Alex Aiello Jim Joao Anthony Marson Bapel Yoa Ibrahim Coskun Lionel Benoit

Q1

Q2

42 43 45 46 47 48 50 52 53 55 57 58 59

Dean Harris Omar Ashkar Nicholas Pereira Jake Barnett James Ross Daniel Crespin Jack Murray Adam Wheeler Luke Scott Jake Dixson Joshua Tour Aidan Farr Ahmed Kandakji

Q3

Q4

UNDER 19 Coach: Hayden Stanton Lachlan Begg Nick Borchard Mitchell Boribon Declan Brunell Tristan Brunning Jackson Collard Dylan Diacono Ethan Jenkins Dean Jones Samir Kazizada Tom Long Stuart Magee

16

The Eastern Footballer

Christopher Manthey Lochie Marshall Benjamin Marson Lachlan McDonnell Rory Mills Noah Milton Frankie Mitropoulos Kareem Nasser Lachlan Quaife Matthew Ryan Liam Scott Azahn Springle

Mamath Ter Jarrod Smith


DIVISION 1

ROUND 2: SATURDAY 14 APRIL 2018

BLACKBURN Senior Coach: Brendan Allen Res Coach: Anthony Allen Ground: Morton Park, Central Rd, Blackburn, (Melways 48 A10) Ph: 9894 1409. Colours: Red and black vertical stripes, black shorts.

1 2 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 37 38 39

Michael Prendergast Luke Conca Michael Dunn Ben Daniher David DeAraugo Daniel McGee Max Otten Jake Harkins Liam Patterson Ben McIntyre Jake Hammond Nathan Hammond (VC) Xavier Murphy (VC) Anthony Fagan Adam Banks Chris Clay Luke Parker (VC) Pat Contin (C) Jason Read Nick Gray Dylan Vizzarri James Pell James Kenworthy Sam Hudson Tyler Faulkner Patrick Lawlor Tom Cooper James Hanley Jackson Hood Julian Soccio Sam Macaulay Mitch Thorp Lochie Adey Tom Randles James Harkins Tom Maher Ryan Bathie

Q1

Q2

40 41 42 43 44 45 46 47 48 49 50 51 52 53 54 55 56 57 58 59 60 61 62 63 64 65 66 67 68 69 70 71 73 74

Corey Patterson Darcy Smith Matt Barton Jay Windle Charlie Summers John Kenworthy Matt Bellis Marcus Young Noah Wright Jayden Wilson Byron Bushby Rob Tersigni Jordan Harte Patrick Djordjevic Jacob Epple Craig Bentley Tim Watkins Jake Bellis Lake Tink Jordan Lisle Matthew Bartlett Carl Giovannini Riley Jones Jacob Ballard Zac Hudson Jack Roughsedge Mitch Dawson Kade Answerth Ryan Exon Kyle Dove Dylan Weickhardt Jack Noone Doreian MacKenzie Luke Clark

Q3

BLACKBURN: Whilst it was a wonderful spectacle to kick off the EFL Season on Good Friday, our clash with a rejuvenated Doncaster didn’t end as planned. A few injuries in the second half meant that our rotations were affected. With a number of new faces playing their first games for the Burners and some exciting U19’s having their first taste of Senior Footy, it was just the hit out we needed to start the season. There were many positive signs for new Head Coach Brendan Allen and after a week off, we look forward to getting amongst it today against Noble Park. A very strong Development Team kicked away after the first qtr. to record a strong win with Luc Conca kicking 5 goals and Jim Hanley finding a fair bit of the footy. With competition for spots amongst a strong list this year, the Ressies will be fielding some real talent each week. We encourage al spectators and Members to enjoy the 12 o’clock show when they can. Our Futures team (U19’s) welcomed six (6) new faces to a very strong outfit and played a solid four (4) qtrs of football to record a 19 goal win. The pill was shared all day around a dominant midfield who played a Nth Ringwood Team that were undermanned for periods but battled out the contest admirably. Jake Gasper kicked 6 and Jackson Wright 4 in what was a promising start to the season after a solid preseason. Today we look forward to taking on Noble Park who is always a tough proposition at Pat Wright Oval. For ALL Membership and Sponsorship enquiries, please contact Mike McCoy on 0419 879 808 mccoy.mike@bigpond.com

Q4

UNDER 19 Coach: Brendan Fulton 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14

Jackson Wright Blake Williams Jackson Bersey Declan Bird Andrew Bottomer Ben Paydon Lachie Walker Adam Cameron Samuel Harte Guy Lamond Travis Baker Xavier O’Neil Lachie Harry Nicholas Sund

www.efl.org.au

15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28

Rafal Paszkowski (C) Darby Allen Lachlan Keighran Kane Falahey Thomas Crisfield Kaelin Walford Caleb Fitzpatrick Myon Le Jack Kritopoulos Matt Sandells Lachy Bacon Oscar Aliotta Braiden Bodin Liam Donohoe

29 30 31 32 33 34 36 37 38 39 40

Jordan Rodda Matthew Laffin (VC) Mitch Brouwer Lahlan Bugeja Tom Bridges Thomas Austin Flynn Power Blake Tahlambouris Brant Hubber Tim Van Twest Jake Gasper

17


DIVISION 1 NORWOOD: Norwood travelled to Rowville for Rd1 action, a ground where we have won before, but a place that is always tricky to win. After a great first quarter where we held Rowville goalless and a pretty even 2nd quarter, we took a narrow 7 point lead to half time on the back of three goals from live wire forward and long term club servant Dave “Skave” Johnson with 3 goals. After half time Rowville began to improve, despite the best efforts of recruits Connor O’Sullivan who after playing in the famous 2014 premiership team took off to Box Hill for 3 years and Jamie Bennell, who after 80 AFL games with Melbourne and WCE and a season in the WAFL came back to Melbourne and chose us as his team. Hilly and Pearso were doing their level best to keep Rowville at bay but by 3/4T it was Rowville who held a slender 6 point lead. Despite our best efforts in the last quarter, including a 4th goal from Skave, it was Rowville who emerged with the win by 17 points. This week we host East Ringwood with all three Senior sides hoping to get off the mark with wins. SOCIAL: Sink the Ship2 – Sat 5th May, Past Players & Officials Day – Sat 16th June, Casino “Vegas” night – 30th June

NORWOOD Senior Coach: Patrick Bowden Res Coach: Warrick Dickson Ground: Mullum Reserve, Mullum Mullum Rd, Ringwood (Melways 49 K5) 9879 1082. Colours: Black jumper with purple, gold and white lightning strikes with Norseman logo, black shorts. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 37

Stuart Hill (C) Blair Hudson David Johnson Lochlan Dickson Connor O’Sullivan Adam Gibson Zak Carroll Michael Wright Alex Calder Jesse Newman Leigh Williams Alex Grieve Dean Poynton Jordan Gysberts Jamie Bennell Brayden Mead Sam Blease Matthew Aver Jordan Rooney-Cook Jarrod West Tyson Fiedler Daniel Potts Darin Stewart Josh Buceto Aidan Kemp Jayden Kroussoratis Jayson Spurrell Alex Mioni Joel Naburgs Baxter Knight James Feltham Jack Savage Micheal Pearson Lincoln Keedle Harry Shore Rhett Jordon Jarryd Panayi

Q1

Q2

38 40 41 42 44 45 46 48 49 51 55

Oliver Twine (DevC) Tom Maloney Daniel Chapman Nelson Lane Lucus Duffy Jake Hill Dan Young Dylan Spurrell Liam Spurrell Matthew Pilcher Christopher Tubb

Q3

Q4

UNDER 19 Coach: Shane Fenton 1 2 3 4 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 10

18

The Eastern Footballer

Braden Bird Jacob Bourke Sam Meadows Jake O’Sullivan Will Ellis Bailey D’monte Alex Thomas Kieren West Mitchell Planner Patrick Hogan Jake Styles Jake Styles

11 14 14 16 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 27

Assistant: Hayden Cuff

Michael Karaglanis Riley Constantino Lachlan Lynch Daniel Frost Jacob Burke Benjamin Fulton Michell Lyon Callum Spurrell Callum MacKenzie Nick Tibb Elliot Purbrick Finn Purbrick

28 30 31 32 33 34 37 43

Bailey Raiti Michael Bassett Hayden Kemp Sam Layfield Tom Knox Dylan Feltham Jake Lee Steve Collins


DIVISION 1

ROUND 2: SATURDAY 14 APRIL 2018

EAST RINGWOOD Senior Coach: Marcus Buzaglo Res Coach: Matt Whitty Ground: East Ringwood Reserve, Mt Dandenong Rd, East Ringwood (Melways 50 A7) Ph: 9870 8216. Colours: Royal blue jumper with white lightning strikes, royal blue shorts.

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 37

Jayden Battaglene Marty Ekers Josh Weightman Sam Lowson Chris Cerni Darcy Powell Darcy Hubbard Isaac Delaney James Belo Daniel Butera Liam Jeffs Leigh Osbourne Tim Ekers Nick MacLennan Dean Cleven Liam Kinsella Mitchell Walch Alex Urban Reece Groves Andrew Renton Connor Devlin Adam Swierzbiolek Tristan Davies Joel Dagher Tristan Tweedie Alex Condello Ben Kristelly Mitch Kimmins Stuart Donnelly Scott Maizels Dale Latham Nathan Threlfall Jordan Williams Nathan Prior Tim Coad Michael Connolly Dylan Belo

Q1

Q2

38 39 40 41 42 43 44 45 46 47 48 49 50 51 52 53 54 55 56 57 58 59 60 61 62 63 64

Darcy Higgins Tate Langenberg Luke Fairy Billy Doyle Mitch Crozier Simon Orenshaw Alex Houghton Jack Sandric Max Bluhm Josh Ciccotelli Jeremy Ryff Callum Pirera Sam Bradley Micheal Oliveri Sean Meridith Alex Sampson Ross McLaughlin James Potter Josh Bromiley Bailey Morgan Nick Hannah Jarrad Ambrose Nathan Percy Jono Thompson Callum Crook Andrew German Jeremy Mason

Q3

EAST RINGWOOD: Very warm conditions greeted players and a large crowd as we kicked off the new season. Unfortunately, the Development Squad left its best until last and fell short by 13 points. Jordie Williams was our most consistent performer in a team which seemed to take a while to get it all together. The Seniors played patchy and hesitant footy at times and although they also finished strongly they went down by 10 points. Perhaps the inclusion of 6 new players affected our chemistry but in his first game for the Roos, Alex Urban was adjudged our best on the day. It was terrific to see so many past players and officials enjoying the day and also boosting our membership total. This week we visit Mullum Reserve and will need to lift a few aspects of our game including more intensity around the contests if we are to compete strongly. Early Social Functions: April 21; Ladies Lunch followed by music with Gabriel Vargas from 7pm Contact Bec Williams on 0413 613 220 to secure your seat at this popular event. May 5; Jimmy Darvidis performs in the Pavilion from 7pm following the after match. A small cover charge applies to these events. Memberships and merchandise can be ordered online via our website, erfc.com.au. You can also follow us on Facebook and Twitter. GO ROOS!

Q4

UNDER 19 Coach: Rob Hubbard 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 11 12 13 14

Matthew McIsaac Shane Ferris Joel Dagher Morgan Edwards Alex Condello Callam Keogh Lachlan Downes Darby Crisp James Waterman Jeremy Mason Mitchell Crozier Sam Meadows Pat Magoga

www.efl.org.au

15 16 17 18 19 20 23 24 28 30 33 34

Callum Pirera Callum Crook Tate Langenberg Max Bluhm Sam Brewer Nick Tibb Lachie Beech Cameron Dickie Charlie Ignatidis Johnny Huang Liam Rout Garang Nai

19


DIVISION 1 DONCASTER: While we are all pretty serious about local football, sometimes you have to stand back and reflect on the bigger picture and we along with the rest of the EFL community were deeply saddened by the news of former media member Shaun Kelly’s passing last weekend, we offer our condolences to his family and also to those who worked closely with him in the EFL – RIP & Thanks mate. Season launched in Rd 1 for us on Good Friday in the season opener and while our depth was sorely tested in the Reserves, the Seniors came away with a great victory against a side the we expect to feature at the end of the season. Again, we thank Blackburn for the Good Friday opportunity in what was a bumper crowd and look forward to participating in the future. Today see’s us at home for the first time as we host Rowville who also had a good Rd 1 victory, we invite all of our own and opposition into the club rooms after today’s game. Coterie memberships are available with the first luncheon on Saturday May 5th. Keep the purple patch going Al, the inheritance has been going backwards the last few years.......... “STICKTA”.

DONCASTER Senior Coach: Andrew Tranquilli Res Coach: Steve Sheales Ground: Schramms Reserve, JJ Tully Dve, Doncaster, (Melways 33 F12) Ph: 9840 2776 Colours: Navy blue and white horizontal stripes, navy shorts.

1 Tyson Hartwig 2 Rob Colaneri 3 Micheal Fogarty 4 David Molloy 5 Chris Annakis 6 Nick Komen 7 Ben Marganis 8 Chris Tout 9 Todd Vanderhaar 10 Jake Kalanj 11 Josh Lumicisi 12 Shane Mills 13 Riley Fyffe 14 Troy Hill 15 Matthew Wilson 16 Jesse Finnen 16R Lukas Jackson 17 Jack Mahon 18 Greg Jarvis 19 Tom Bartholomew 20 Angelo Rambaldi 21 James Siakavallis 22 Adrian Gallace 23 Peter Stathopolous 24 James Munks 25 Frankie Mckenzie 26 James Saville 27 Steven Sheales 28 Marcus Alessi 29 Jesse Liebelt 30 Maurice Contreras 31 Matthew Schimmelbush 32 Steven Fitzgerald 33 Jake Hall 34 Josh Turner 35 Christian Thiel 36 Dylan Pascoe 38 Harry Conway 39 Josh Whelan 40 Blair Whelan 41 Ash Polak 43 Azam Ozagli 44 Jordan Richards 45 Zach Tiernan Pervesi 46 Cale Valkenburg 47 Josh Parkinson 48 Josh Richards 50 Dion Kapnias 51 Tom Delaney 52 Issac Barassi 53 Christian Csilliganis 54 Sean Byrnes Q1

20

The Eastern Footballer

Q2

55 56 57 58 59 60 61 62 63 65 67 70

Q3

Christian Trikolis Nick Kent Christian Moritz Stefan Dinatale Lachie Hutton Alec Nolech Anthony Ion Fred Fares Scott Valentine Jack Ellis Josh Mcnamarra Mason Giles

Q4


DIVISION 1

ROUND 2: SATURDAY 14 APRIL 2018

ROWVILLE: Well, Round 1 for RFC was a good one. We managed to get 3 wins and topped off the day with our first successful player auction.

ROWVILLE Senior Coach: John Brown Res Coach: Travis Forbes Ground: Seebeck Oval, Stud Rd, Rowville. (Melways 81 H7) Ph: 9795 6891. Colours: Brown and gold vertical stripes, brown shorts.

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 37

Deon Boavida Paul McEwin Matthew Robinson Damian Garner Ben Kernick Ryan Hall Lachlan McDonald Aaron Bond Ziggy Alwyn Mason Crozier Michael Sikora Troy Allen Rhys Wood Nikolas Schoenmakers Matthew Traynor Christopher Clarke Jayden Cyster Mark Seedsman James Gwilt Luke Daidone Steven Georgiou Matthew Davey Daniel Zajac Callan Burns Luke Hadaway Alex Frawley Trent Robertson Kyle Hagger Dysan Morris Matthew Little Jackson Mcdonald Dylan Leder James Makrodimitris Jay Kinder Robbie Hill Mitchell Garner Jarryd Hall

Q1

Q2

38 39 40 41 42 43 44 47 48 49 51 52 53 54 55 56 58 59 60 61 62 63 64 65 66

Aerron Joseph Gavin Pears Travis Pears Mitchell Jago Dane Gallagher Jayden Sturley Jackson Anderson Lane Kelsey Mitchell Jacobson Tom Hollins Jake Maguire Nash Wood Josh Herkess Nicholas Rattle Luke Van Mourik Simon Woodlock Ryan Laffan James Raftery Jayden Malek Rhys Huisman Sabir Abdulla Adham Chazbek Kyle Stainthorpe Jack Gaudion Kane Young

Q3

Our Under 19’s delivered a very good selfless team performance. We were able to outscore the Norwood in each of the four quarters which was very pleasing. It was great to start the year with a win and we look forward to taking on Balwyn next week. Our Reserves continued our good run with a win against a tough opponent. After an even 1st quarter we really took control of the game with some fantastic tackle pressure and great ball use to come out on top. A great team effort. Our Seniors game was a very even contest throughout the game and with a very even first quarter, we knew we had to step up. We held true to our brand of football we’ve worked on over summer and the results started to show as we kicked a few goals and found some momentum. We managed to hit the scoreboard in the last and run out 17 point winners. Today we see our 19’s versing Balwyn and our Senior sides versing Doncaster. Go Hawks. We have our silent disco coming up! Keep an eye out for more info! Keep updated about RFC through our FB page!

Q4

UNDER 19 Coach: Wayne Briggs 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12

Ben Rekic Sam Beer Lachlan Treloar Kyle Sturley Adrian Mastroianni Jack Thomas Josh Clapp Jack Pruden McKenzie Jago Daniel Houeix Robbie Zarafa

www.efl.org.au

13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23

Nick Williams Darius Popa Jesse Cherry Mason O’Sullivan Liam Malone Matthew Van Der Ark Sam Rossiter Callum Haughton Jay Gyorfi Alex Inati Luke Van Mourik

24 Jackson Tatt 25 Patrick Tatt

21


DIVISION 1 MONTROSE:

MONTROSE Senior Coach: Adam Pattison Res Coach: Andrew Toop Ground: Montrose Reserve, Mt Dandenong Tourist Rd, Montrose. (Melways 52 D8) Ph: 9761 9690. Colours: Navy blue jumper, red yoke, navy shorts with EFL webbing. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 32 33 34 35 36 37 38 Q1

Brad Batten-Leitch Brett Johnson Jack Garthwaite Fraser Pope Billy Schilling Adam Pattison Matt Langdon Jackson McDonald Brendan Gardoll Sam Rickard Jason Lindgren Gary Conyers Matt Missen Sam Waters Luke Spiden Drew Stockton Troy Wright Jason Bennington Heath Roberts David Bell (C) Andrew Haining Louis Vescio James Taberner John Cooper Nick Kane Adam Ewart Alex McIntosh Matt Little Dan Fielding Ross Crouch Ryan Emberson Sam Nix Riley Hams Joel King Ayhan Bajramov Sean Buncle Ayden Potter Q2

39 41 42 45 46 49 50 51 53 54 55 56 57 58 59 60 61 62 63 64 65 66 67 68

Dale Gibb Kelvin Moore Jeconiah Peni Sam Gibson Dave McArdle Jayden Weatherley Dan Henderson Jake Millard Mitch Dell Michael Williamson Matthew Burt Damien Schickerling Cam Felstead Grant McInerney Josh Missen Cody Perry Chad Millard Shane Mahon Matt Jordan Tim Christou Josh Patterson Tyler Ames James Brereton Hayden Pleming

Q3

UNDER 19 Coach: Darren Cartledge 1 2 5 6 9 10 11 12 13 16 17 18

22

The Eastern Footballer

Aden Quirk Joel Thomas Corey Whitchell Rohan Cartledge Arron Emberson Brent Paterson James Potter Shay Harvey Issac Van Rossen Ethan King Kellen McLennan Corey Lindgren

20 21 22 26 27 28 34 36 41 52 56

Daniel Chesney Jack Church Ben Travers Nathan Soligo Bailey Seymour Kieren Urquhart Riley Hams Ayhan Bajramov Mitch Felstead Nathan Soligo Jarrod Marshall

Q4


DIVISION 1

ROUND 2: SATURDAY 14 APRIL 2018

VERMONT Senior Coach: Harmit Singh Res Coach: Paul Breen Ground: Vermont Recreation Reserve, Cnr Canterbury and Terrara Roads, Vermont (Melways 62 J2) Ph: 9873 4513. Colours: Purple jumper with gold eagle emblem, purple shorts. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 37

Luke McComb Robbie McComb Andy Ellis Ryan Phillips Adam Parker (VC) Joey Fisher Brett Eddy Rory Lehmann Lachlan Johns (C) Kirby McConnon Trent Castledine Cam Purdy Jake Best (VC) Tom Schneider Liam Buxton Charlie Young Matt Willcocks Travis Bird Andrew Ainger Cal Mendes Tyson Hyams Shane Davidson Cam Howat Kyle Staples Sam Wadley Tom Maas Darcy Crocker Jack Furey Ned Coghlan Brook Kainey Andrew Pretto Pat Wallis Tim Johnson Jordan Collopy James Krikas Connor McCafferty Xavier Barry-Murphy

Q1

Q2

38 39 40 41 42 44 45 46 47 48 50 51 52 53 54 55 56 57 58 59 61 63 65 67

Lachlan Carey Hamish McGowan Matt Garvin James Box Ryan Antidormi (RC) Mitch Wells Michael Knoll Fergus Ward Braeden Barlow Tom Jacotine Max Healey Mitch Trait Lachie Vaughan Jack O’Keefe Jordan Vassis Pat Bridges Matt Brown Matt Barnard Joel Cendamo Jack Pearce Pat Willett Brandon Droessler Rory Sheridan-Ferrie Alex Greenwood

Q3

VERMONT: What a super day it was last Saturday, perfect weather a huge crowd and three wins. The Senior game was a cracker with both sides in a position to win half way through the last quarter. We nudged in front and got the points. Best players were Joey Fisher, Liam Buxton, Lachie Johns, Andrew Ainger, Tom Schneider, Tyson Hyamms, Brett Eddy, Rory Lehmann and Lachie Carey. Special congratulations to debutant Pat Wallis who was our U19 B&F in 2017. Another congratulations to Ben Barker who has been a Club trainer for 20 years. The Reserves team with only eight players from last years’ Premiership team were terrific and got better as the day went on. The new youngsters certainly added some leg speed and aggression. Having Michael Knoll for the day was certainly a benefit as was the inclusion of Kirby McConnon for his first game of any sort for this year. Better players were Charlie Young, Jack Furey, Trent Castledine, Hamish McGowan, Fergus Ward, Ryan Phillips, James Krikas, Cal Mendes and Matt Garvin. The Under 19’s also had lots of new faces and indications of the teams likely success were all good. The better players were Taine Barlow, Kye Barlow, Isaac Biasuzzo, Damien Vassiliou, Zac Thiessen, Tyson Calder and Michael Jenkins. SOCIAL:- for Players Sponsorship contact Terry Wilson 0417155285. Club Sponsorship John Selton 0408599574. First Goal Brian Eaton 0402744889.

Q4

UNDER 19 Coach: John Brown 9 10 12 15 17 18 19 22 23 24 27 28 31

Damien Furey Josiah Duncan Taine Barlow (C) Matthew Jenkins Jordan Wright Tyson Calder Matt Adams Luke Evans Dan Clarke Zac Thiessen Kieran Barrett Isaac Biasuzzo Ryan Fitzpatrick

www.efl.org.au

32 35 36 39 40 41 50 55 58 59 61 62

Matt Eaton Nick Ainsworth Justin Ridley Damien Vassilou (VC) Nick Pearson Kyle Barlow Anthony Jenkins Haydn Shallvey Joshua Hopkins Bayley Werle Jackson Pallotta Calvin Daraio

63 Xavier Fry 64 Adrian Kalcovski 65 Zac Trotter

23


DIVISION 1 NORTH RINGWOOD: Pretty hot day last Sunday as we kicked-off the season at East Ringwood. As East don’t have an Under 19 side, our guys played Blackburn who are an extremely good team, boasting no less than 14 TAC Cup players, so it was going to be a tough battle, particularly as we started with only 20 players - not good on such a hot day. Nonetheless our very young team fought hard until the final siren which pleased new Coach Matt Povey who stated “I was really proud of the way the boys conducted themselves, they never dropped their heads even when the opposition got a run of goals, we were able to settle and grind our way back into battle.”

NORTH RINGWOOD Senior Coach: Brett Moyle Res Coach: Paul O’Callaghan Ground: Quambee Reserve, Wonga Rd, North Ringwood (Melways 36 B12) Ph: 9876 3982. Colours: Red, black and white panels, black shorts.

The Seniors also had a very new look with the inclusion of 9 “new” faces. We started slowly allowing East to get the jump on us, and it looked like their 45 “player points” were going to overwhelm our modest 33 player points, but the guys started to gel and we found ourselves in front half way through the quarter. It was great to see big Matt Cullinan take some strong grabs reminding us of Club Legend Zac Badrock.

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 37 38 39

Free entertainment in the Clubrooms tonight from 6pm.

Q1

Our Reserves took the field with a new-look side with the injection of plenty of youth from last year’s Under 19s. Coach O’C had the team fired-up and they didn’t let him down, and finished with a pleasing win. North Ringwood Club Notes, Round 1 v East Ringwood Pretty hot day last Sunday as we kicked-off the season at East Ringwood. As East don’t have an Under 19 side, our guys played Blackburn who are an extremely good team, boasting no less than 14 TAC Cup players, so it was goung to be a tough battle, particularly as started with only 20 players - not good on such a hot day. Nonetheless our very young team fought hard until the final siren which pleased new Coach Matt Povey who stated “I was really proud of the way the boys conducted themselves, they never dropped their heads even when the opposition got a run of goals, we were able to settle and grind our way back into battle”. Our Reserves took the field with a new-look side with the injection of plenty of youth from last year’s Under 19s. Coach O’C had the team fired-up and they didn’t let him down, coming away with a pleasing win.

Juilan Petracca Anthony Sharp Patrick Harris Matt Sheppard Sam Whelan Guy Phelps Matt Scott Jayden van Unen Rob Petracca Jack Whelan Josh Ralph Alex Mackinnon Curtis Dunne Tim Jones Darcy Harris Mitch Keedle Jayden Hoegel Matt Cullinan Josh Kennedy Nathan Payne Marcus Joyner Daniel Cox Todd Morgan Michael Peart Jacob Cullen Sean Barnard Matt Kakaflikas Jake Tyler Matt Payne Michael Locco Aaron Fenton Jason Sharp Brent Morris Jordan Ursich Jake Moss Liam Taylor Josh O’Brien

40 41 42 43 44 45 46 47 48 49 50 51 52 53 54 55 56 57 58 59 60 61 62 68 69

Q2

Jasper Rouget Kane Keppel Paul O’Callaghan Callum Fenton Daniel Wood Harry Nolan Prahn Nicholson Max Dymond Marcus Eldridge Bailey Marshall Max Taratuta Ash Goldsmith Tom Falzon Daniel Wright Jesse Cox Josh Taratuta Simon Gray Jake Hollingsworth Mitch Cullen Mace Wilson Max Cuthbertson Luke Braunthal Owen Tozer Conner Patterson Heath Decker

Q3

Go Saints!!!!

UNDER 19 Coach: Matt Povey 1 2 3 4 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 15

24

The Eastern Footballer

Mitch Heckley Nick Payne Sean Stephens Dan Wright Blake Naismith Toby Godfrey Lachlan Shield Aaron Rowlands Brad Whelan Nick Sharkey Jacob Bell Aiden Glassborow

16 17 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 30

Jake Ireland Darcy Church Josh Povey CJ Williams Jack Murfett Graham Burnett Xavier Finta Declan Mulqueen Tyson Morgan Alex Eastwood

Q4


DIVISION 1

ROUND 2: SATURDAY 14 APRIL 2018

KNOX Senior Coach: David Madigan Res Coach: Chris Buerckner Ground: Knox Gardens Reserve, Argyle Way, Wantirna Sth (Melways 72 G2) Ph: 9801 1404. Colours: Red jumper with black sash, black shorts. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 28 29 30 32 33 34 36 37 40 41 42

Adam Stein Tim Laughlin Declan Forbes Jessie Plostins Brett Holst Ryan Wilson Lucas Woodward Mitch Greaves Marcus Jordan (CC) Harry Greaves Jack Beech (CC) Jayden Hawkes Daniel Wilson Ash Black Matt Stein Ethan Murray Matthew Northe Reyne Harris Tom Walton John Rafferty Adam Whitten Ryan Johnson Mitch Prosser Liam Anson Jordy Grimston James Curtiss Braydon McGown Matthew Tymensen Ben Hurley Jarrod Fisher Lachlan Stuckey Mitch Hanegraaf Michael Brearley Nick Sporton John Truman Jason Dickinson Aiden Santamaria

Q1

Q2

43 44 45 47 49 50 51 52 54 57 59 60 62 67 68 91 95

Ben Krieger Adrian DiGiovanni Murray Edwards Cameron Agars Bailey Klewer Nathan Henman Indiana Forgan Matthew Munnery Shane Saunders Tyler Grimston Jad Farah Neal Smith Jordan Arendse Harry Exton Dean Ierufi Rob Maibaum Justin Pilgrim

Q3

www.efl.org.au

14 15 16 17 20

We then got to unveil the 2017 premiership flag and the Seniors had their chance to get round 1 off to a winning start. It was a tight and tense opening qtr with the scores locked at 21 a piece at the first change. Montrose soon got the upper hand in the 2nd qtr to go into half time leading by 7 points. Our boys came out after half time looking the goods, kicking 5 goals to 1 in the 3rd qtr to go into the last change leading by 19 points. Unfortunately our lead wasn’t enough as Montrose ran over the top of our boys kicking 2 quick goals in the last 5 minutes to run out winners by 8 points. Matt Northe dominated in the middle and up forward on debut kicking 3 goals with Jack Beech, Ryan Johnson and Jimma Curtiss all in the best.

Social Functions

UNDER 19 Ben Tuohey (CC) Lockie Walsh Nixon Adcock Brad Wylde Declan Griffin (CC) Mitch Davies Nathan Williams Adam Wylde Laityn Withers Mitch Cadusch Josh Saliba Ben Griffin Dillon Hettiarachchi

Last week unfortunately the U/19’s game was called off due to Montrose not being able to fill a side, this gave 3 of our young guys the opportunity to step up in join the Development Squad. The boys came out and put on a show in Tredders 300th ! You couldn’t have written the script any better as Tredders got the day off to the perfect start with a snap from 40 out to kick the first goal of the day! It was a very tight 1st qtr with the boys leading by a goal at the first change. Our boys managed to keep Montrose goalless in the 2nd qtr to go into half time 26 points up. It was all Knox after half time as our boys kicked 6 goals to 1 in the 2nd half to run out winners by 57 points. Matt Munnery sent The Fort crazy as he leapt into the clouds to take an absolute screamer right in front of the grandstand. He and Lachlan Stuckey starred in the win with Matthew Tymensen presenting a handful for the Montrose defenders as he came steaming out of the goal square. After the game it was fantastic to see past and present Knox players along with Montrose players form a guard of honour for Paul Tredrea.

Thanks to everyone who came back into the rooms after the game as we got the celebrate Tredders 300th along with inducting Daniel Adams and Adam Whitten into the Knox Football Club Life Membership club. Congratulations guys, amazing milestones all around!

Coach: Jarrod Butcher 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13

KNOX: Today we head out to Quambee Resereve with Jarrod Butcher getting the chance today to show his U/19’s off to the league and with the seniors looking to go one better than last week and get the 4 points!

Liam McNulty Ryan Dean Justin Woodcock Hayden Morrison Ryan Gilmore

Q4

Join us on the deck at the Knox Club tonight for awards, don’t forget to show your Knox Club membership at the bar for discounted food and drinks. Presidents Lunch – Next week Vs Balwyn See Pilch for tickets Falconian Memberships are available through Tracy Bickley Go Knox!

25


Overton Catering Buffets, Smorgasboards Sit Down Dinners Carvery Cocktail Parties Barbeques For further information

GARY OVERTON Telephone: 9729 3449 Mobile: 0408 384 383 • Private and Commercial Functions • Weddings • Engagements • 21st Birthdays • Seminars • Any occasion catered for. 26

The Eastern Footballer


EFL PARTNERS WITH HAWKS

TM

footyEFL

T

he Eastern Football League (EFL) is proud to announce a two-year partnership with the Hawthorn Football Club.

and teammate James Sicily, with the pair to help promote the EFL’s talent programs as ambassadors.

The EFL and the Hawthorn Football Club have been working together since 2015, strengthening grassroots and community football in the eastern suburbs, with the partnership aiming to create the strongest ‘grassroots to elite’ alignment in Australian sport.

“The EFL is a really strong breeding ground for impressive footy talent and it’s exciting that Hawthorn will be partnering with the league to further develop young players,” Shiels said.

EFL CEO Phil Murton is thrilled with the League’s partnership with the Hawks. “The east of Melbourne is Hawthorn’s heartland so we are thrilled to expand on our existing relationship with Hawthorn and are delighted with the commitment Hawthorn have shown in delivering this,” Murton said. “With the largest community football competition in Australia partnering with the best AFL team in the country, we are excited by what the possibilities hold and have a joint vision to set a benchmark in Australian sport for integrating an elite sporting club with their community.” The partnership is committed to supporting the development of female football in the east, with the EFL’s under-15 girls representative side to be mentored by Hawthorn VWFL player Dana de Bondt, while the club’s newest VWFL recruit, Sarah Perkins, will work with Hawthorn’s Next Generation Academy. Meanwhile, the EFL’s under-14 and under-15 representative sides will be mentored and coached by Hawthorn vice-captain Liam Shiels www.efl.org.au

Shiels is a former EFL junior, having played for The Basin Football Club.

“Sis and I are looking forward to working with the under-14 and 15s, to help the young players coming through to get the most out of themselves and hopefully pursue a career in AFL footy one day. “I loved my time playing for The Basin as a junior, so for Hawthorn to give back to local clubs and provide these opportunities is fantastic.” Hawthorn CEO Justin Reeves believes the partnership will be valuable and rewarding for both organisations. “We’re really pleased to have a formalised community partnership with the EFL, they’re a strong league with an incredibly rich history,” Reeves said. “One of our aims is to create a Next Generation Academy talent pathway program to identify and nurture the best football talent in the Eastern suburbs, so one day, they too may get to play at the elite level, hopefully in the brown and gold. “Hawthorn is committed to growing participation across all levels of community football and our coaches will work closely with EFL coaches, to guide the development and implementation of an Eastern Region Coaching Philosophy.” 27


DIVISION 2 LILYDALE:

LILYDALE CROYDON Senior Coach: Ben Neagle Res Coach: Jamie Cruickshank Ground: Lilydale Sports Oval, off Main St, Lilydale (Melways 38 E4) Ph: 9735 0270. Colours: Blue jumper with yellow sash, royal blue shorts. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 37 38 39 Q1

Jarrod Healey Lochie Wilson Corey Bernstein Zak Kennedy Billy Gardiner Leigh Carswell Grant Hill Ryan Harvey Jake Clements Daniel Baldwin Bryce Batty Lochie Koger Patrick Klep Taylor Hohepa Richard Wyles Callum Morrison Brad Lowe Nick Del Biondo Jamie Cruikshank Shane Richards Sam Horsley Josh Petracca Dylan Dipietrantonio Harry Beckwith Andy Malcolm Beau Mitchener Sam Baker Kane Quilty Ryan McNay Jayden DePace James Munro Jye Scortino Mitch De Fran Adam O’Donohue Tori Klaas Henry Matt Cope Jake Dipietrantonio Q2

40 42 43 44 46 47 48 50 52 54 55 57 62

Mitch Caratelli Joel Toohey Lucas Halse Steve McDonald Sam Johnson Brad Long Sean Hajdu Matt Lawrence Shane Butler John Dell Taylan Hall Harry Stevens Jikola Whyman

Q3

Q4

UNDER 19 Coach: John Gordon 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13

28

The Eastern Footballer

Lachlan Cox Nathan Tompson Shane Kollosche Riley Clausen McAuley Beckwith Jesse Ebert Trent Elliot (VC) Jackson Lowe Matthew Gibbons Dominic Aloi Jai Spalding Matt Waters Mitch Gordon

14 Kyle Skewes 15 Mitch Felstead 16 Daniel Robson 17 Joel Koger (C) 18 Will Pleming 19 Trent Davison 20 Liam Canadier 21 Jordan Trollope 22 Cody Hirst 23 Jack Ronchi 24 Matthew Dipietrantino 25 Lachie Huckstep

26 27 28 29 30

Bai Scortino (C) Caleb Price Will O’Reilly Zac Griffin Tyler Weeks


DIVISION 2

ROUND 2: SATURDAY 14 APRIL 2018

BAYSWATER Senior Coach: Paul McCormack Res Coach: Mark Hickinbotham Ground: Appleby Bayswater Oval, Bayswater Road, Bayswater (Melways 64 G2) Colours: Green jumper with gold vee and black shorts 1 Anthony Van Rooyen 2 Mitch Galvin 3 Lachlan Moss 4 Mitch Grubb 5 Cam McLeod 6 Craig O’Reilly 7 Zac Leacy 8 Malcolm McgillvraySmith 9 Matt Thompson 10 Aaron Cotte 11 Taylor Buckley 12 Wayne McInerney 13 Jack Callanan 14 Hayden Schroeder 15 Alan White 16 Scott McInerney 17 Reece Schuth 18 James Pritchard 19 Sam Reeves 20 Mitch Viney 20R Matt Camera 21 Ryan Gains 22 Jess Moore 23 Pat Iellamo 24 Lachlan Pritchard 25 Trent Vanvugt 26 Dave Eddy 27 Joel Galvin 28 Harris Elkasovic 29 Bryce Galvin 30 Aaron Hoare 31 Anthony Lorusso 32 Jayden Bradbury 33 Marc Hardy 34 Dave Verlardo 35 Matt Cunningham Q1

Q2

36 37 38 39 40 41 42 43 44 45 45R 46 47 48 51 53 57 59

Shaun Jamieson Alex Syrros Ben Searle Matt McCluskey Mitchell Lewis Matt Green Jason Gordon Sheldon Smith Feroz Kahn (away) Kurt Lopo Feroz Khan (home) Connor Jamieson Pat Connell Ash Vandelaak Danial Kitto Keiran Millar Dylan McIssac Dale Collins

Q3

Q4

BAYSWATER: Great to be back at the footy. We kicked off a great start to the season hosting our President’s lunch presided by our 2nd year President GARY GALVIN . The luncheon was catered for by the DH catering team who as always provided a delicious roast lunch for all our guests and sponsors. A big thankyou to all our sponsors for your support and we are grateful that we can in a small way demonstrate our thanks.. Many thanks to the Bayswater cricket club for their attendance and thanks for supporting your off season ground sharers. U19’s. Fantastic to have the under 19’s back playing footy at the Marie Wallace oval. Unfortunately a slow start to the game proved costly in the long run. This great group of kids will train and work harder and it will not be too far away until our first win is on the table. Our better players were King, Gonzalez Tasic, Melchiorre, Hughes and White. Well done to Treeby on kicking four goals. Reserves Our reserves started with an under manned team due to injuries and a wedding (who does that). We were defeated by a strong Mulgrave team but with players to return and the wedding done and dusted hopefully a win is not too far away. Best players : Leacy, A White, Vanderlaak, Wallace, Thompson and Khan. Goal kickers: A White 4, Camera 2 and Vanderlaak 1. Seniors A fit and full strength senior team took to the field. Although matched early in the first quarter were never troubled thereafter. A comfortable win ensued with a 120 point margin. A great effort from all. Goal kicking was led by Callahan with 6, McInerney (the duck) 3, Grubbie (Mitch) and Scooter (Cam), The Skipper (Joel) and Killer (Miller) all contributing 2 goals apiece. Single goals to Scott McInerneny, Mitch Galvin, Aaron Cotte and O”Reilly. Best players : J Galvin ,Cunningham, W McInerney, McLeod, Luppo and Callahan. This week we are playing Lilydale where we would like to bring home the Trifecta. A reminder our Greyhound day is happening on Sunday 6th May, a great day is had by all. More info available through the club and for booking see Leanne Jackson. The following home game on the 21st April is our Anzac day clash and luncheon. Local service personnel active or returned who wish to watch local footy are welcome to attend as a guest of the club but booking are essential. Please make bookings through the club. It is the opening round for our Women’s team who will be unfurling their premiership flag for a twilight game after the seniors. If your unable to get to the Luncheon come to the canteen and try a pie or pastie from our sponsor Bayswater cake kitchen or check them out at 693 Mountain Hwy Bayswater Go Baysie

UNDER 19 Coach: Darren Mays 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 12 14 15

Ben White Josh Treeby Will Couch Matt Utan Jai Melchiorre Bryce Raaymakers Rhile Banks Klayton Hughes Kyle Jacobs Matt Utan Damon Warne Jake King

www.efl.org.au

16 17 18 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28

Luke Hendricks Mitchell Plummer Kane Caapaldo Josh Tasic Bruno Caputo Corey Baker Evan Heenan Tom Deane Mitch Henderson Jake Devir Adam Maggs Adrian Gonzalez

Tom Cameron Taylor Davis Lachlan Hunt Jake Mylanos 47 connor Jamison

29


DIVISION 2 WANTIRNA SOUTH: It was a tough day for the club at Park Orchards last week, however, we are a strong club and will bounce back. Our under 19’s were beaten by a very strong side. The boys kept with them for parts of the game and if we get all players at training, a win is just around the corner. The reserves were competitive for much of the game, but let Park Orchards kick away in the last quarter. The senior match was a tough encounter. Unfortunately, we let Park Orchards off to a flyer and although we showed a lot of spirit to get within 1 point in the last quarter, we were exhausted and 2 men down. Park Orchards managed to kick a few late goals and win by 20 points. Today we face Mooroolbark, which promises to be a close one. If all teams play with determination and stick to our structures, we should be able to register our first win for the season. A special welcome to all guests attending today’s Presidents Lunch. Deviltonians and Coterie group members, please see Wicksy to make payment and collect your membership packages.

WANTIRNA SOUTH Senior Coach: Jess Sinclair Res Coach: Sam Bates Ground: Walker Reserve, Tyner Road, Wantirna South. (Melways 63 K12) Colours: Green jumper with two white stripes, green shorts 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 37

Tim Lee Lachlan Greig Sean Young Lincoln Wong Jack Birkett Will Edwards Luke Williams Blake Walker Anch Papa Adem Yusef Scott Gerloff Sam McIntyre Sam Hallam Luke Molynuex Jake Stopinski Daniel Hughes Brent Walker Jake Denes Jack Hare Taylor Leggate Nathan Denes Andrew Teakel Josh Stone Grima, Luke Nick Johnson Dailen Carney Jayden Raab Kyle Brooks Vacant Damon Oakley Ryan Silver Mitch Stone Ben Carboni Mark Denes Ben Gerloff Steve Colisimo David Lang

38 39 40 41 42 43 44 45 46 47 48 49 50 51 52 53 54 55 56 57 58 59 60 61 68

Q1

Q2

Q3

Jimmy Sarrin Noah Jackson Thomas Anderson Mitchell Stevens Jack Graffen Vacant Bern Crombe Tyson Henry Daniel Cromb Callum Gleeson Brenton Lynch Michael Casement Jai Jensen Zac Klibingaitis Morgan Clark Brandon Lowe Cahill, Chris Stephen Naylor Tim Richardson Vacant David Ryan Vacant Vacant vacant Robert Papp

UNDER 19 Coach: Paul Riley 1 Jack Rowe 2 Zak Stone 3 Nathan Edmondson 4 Will Chen 6 Riley Beaton 7 Lachie Faine 8 Ben Jackson 9 Lachie Moris 12 Lachie Noy 13 Zach Pant 14 Josh Hodge

30

The Eastern Footballer

15 20 23 25 28 29 30

Cody Wiseman Brendan Sarinn Jarrod Riley Josh Maccora Robert Chatwin Dylan Smith Nathan Palamara Alistair Chiodo Lochie Christtiana Jonno Hardman

Q4


DIVISION 2

ROUND 2: SATURDAY 14 APRIL 2018

MOOROOLBARK Senior Coach: Heath Black Res Coach: Matt Ford Ground: Heights Reserve, Longfellow Ave., Mooroolbark. (Melways 51 K4) Ph: 9725 061 Colours: Green jumper, gold diagonal slashes, black mustang logo, Green shorts. 1 2 2R 3 3R 4 4R 5 6 7 7R 8 9 10 11 11R 12 13 14 14R 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30

Sean McManus Ben Dolan Luke Chivers Matt Polkinghorne Ben Mullett Kire Talevski Brenton Morris Matt Hassan Jack Craig-Smith James McManus Scott Dimitriou Jeremy Neumann Troy Wright James Cutting Kane Noonan Nick Maxwell Jai Jordan Ben Slattery Jake Findlay Nicholas Cain Paul Thatcher Trent Georgiou Sam Downie Metin Musa Jordy Roth Paul Hagar Grattan Stephens Aaron Beddoes Michael Eshetu-Mulugeta Cameron Westwood Andrew Hunter Steve Watkins Lachlan Sutherland Robert Johns James Belli Ryan Maxwell

Q1

Q2

31 32 33 34 35 36 37 38 39 40 41 42 43 44 45 46 48 49 50 51 52 53 55 56 57 58 59

Dean Kelly Jon Egan Matt Peschke Judd Darby Jayden Bishop Max Ward Lachie McGee Tim Plant Marcello Riviera Daniel McGee Kallum Harper Joshua Dymond Scott Evans Alex Wadsworth Grant Morris Billy Gysberts Blake Daniell Max Dolan Ben Higgins Jhi Aitken Will Green Sean Plunkett Mitch Howard Walter Cook Sam Wells Eric Sidey Josh McConnell

Q3

MOOROOLBARK: What a great start to what promises to be a very exciting season for the Mustangs. In round 1 we hosted Doncaster East at the Heights in warm autumn weather. It was great to have a Colts side back on the track and on their first outing they showed that they should be very competitive throughout the season, scoring a comfortable 55 point win. Lachy Sinnott top scored with 4 goals while Billy Batten was voted best. Other to do well were Beamish, Watkins, Clavant, Dobie & Weichard. The Reserves game was a close contest and we managed to hang on for an 11 point victory. Goals were evenly spread with Ben Dolan getting the nod as B.O.G. Youngster, Dermott Reynolds showed he has a huge future while Plunkett, Cutting, Daniell & Neumann also performed well. By the time the Seniors ran out it was more like a summers day so the water boys were kept busy all game. We got the jump on the opposition early and were looking comfortable for most of the game. However, Donny East staged a spirited comeback in the final term as we seemed to tire. A late goal to Andrew Hunter sealed the game as we recorded a very rewarding 15 point win. Once again goals were evenly spread. New recruit, Judd Darby, showed he will be a real asset and was rewarded with B.O.G. honours. He was ably assisted by Findlay, Craig-Smith, Wright, Hunter & Roth. Well done to all the coaching staff on a great start to the season. Today we travel to Wantirna South where Heath locks horns with good mate Jess Sinclair in the coaches box in what should be an interesting encounter. Thanks to everyone who bid for their favourite players in the Player Auction last week. GO MUSTANGS!!!

Q4

UNDER 19 Coach: Dale Watkins 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12

Chaz Clavant Hayden Watkins Billy Batten Braedon Dobie Ben Tarlington Dermott Reynolds Tommy Batten Connor Crosbie Lachie Synnott Matt Reuter Reuben Jones Xavier Price

www.efl.org.au

13 Nick Slattery 14 Nick Turner 15 Hayden Thompson 16 Matt Howard 17 Wil Ralston 19 Cal Cecil 21 Harry Earl 22 Aiden Stares 23 Kaleb Stivey 24 Harry Hore 25 Lucas Dunkinson

26 Matt Graham

31


DIVISION 2 DONCASTER EAST: A disappointing start to the season with all three teams missing out against Mooroolbark. The 19’s & Development sides both showed improvement on last year and the signs are promising. Great coaching debut by Matt Bremner with a lot of positive feedback from many sources.

DONCASTER EAST Senior Coach: Steve Buckle Res Coach: Matt Bremner Ground: Zerbes Reserve, Blackburn Rd, Doncaster East. (Melways 34 B10) Ph: 9842 4000. Colours: Navy blue jumper, yellow lion emblem with maroon and gold hoops, blue shorts

The seniors were beaten by a very well drilled and coached Mooroolbark. Our last quarter showed us signs of the football that we can play but as we know in this competition you need to bring you “A” game from the first bounce. It was a disappointing way to celebrate Tim Whitty’s 100th game for the Club and the debut games of Simon White, Tom Appleby, James Appleby and the return home of Leigh Murphy. I am sure the boys will give a better account of themselves today. A warm welcome to Mulgrave today for our first home game for the season. Today we also have two functions which we hope the DEFC family will get behind and support. Match Day Lunch 12.00 for 12.30 Lunch $30.00 ph (Life Members/Members/ Sponsors - Meal Free of Charge) 2018 Player Auction Commencing at 6.30pm (after post match formalities) Spitting Image Catering will provide a spit roast which will be free of charge to all attendees During the week we launched our new website. Please have a look by going to www.defc.com.au We would encourage all supporters to get on board our 2018 season and take some time by looking at the website. Two areas that are particularly important are the mailing list which we would ask everyone join. This can be found under the tab “News & Events”. The other is to become a member this can be done under the tab “Supporters” If you don’t have access to the website you can leave your details with Alf at the bar and we will take care of the paperwork for you.

1 2 3 4 5 6 6R 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 31 32 33 34 36 37 38 39

James Locke Nick Batsanis Jack Martin Jake Whitling Rami Ayoubi James Appleby Peter Sowersby Jarryd Lowther Aaron Ceravolo Tim Whitty Jeremy Musso Tom Gordon Luke McLeod Jayden Phillips Matthew Vaiano Michael Steven Tom Appleby Lewis Guiney Jake Summers Sam Gold JD Henshaw Connor Lucas Jason Tendler Dan Gordon Brock McLean Tim Robinson Jack Codd Miller Daniel Mead Jack Sholakis Jarrad Smith Leigh Murphy Simon White Chris Zarafa Sam Leach Matt Bremner Raj Singh Ryan Gordon

40 41 42 43 44 45 51 56 58 61 77

Alex Caldwell Jason Young Adam Molinaro James Papaconstantinou Mitch Stoneham Liam Kilgour Ryan Hokke Mitch Young Brandon Rice Phil Purukamu Kristian Trykula

Good luck to all three teams today Q1

Go Lions

Q2

Q3

Q4

UNDER 19 Coach: Matt Vaiano 1 2 3 4 5 6 8 9 12 13 14 15

32

The Eastern Footballer

Kyle Hoath Dan Wildsmith Josh Bourke Haresh Sitharanthar Nick De Cesare Mitch Young Adam Reynolds Andrew Fasanella George Vlahos Michael Niksic Tristan Santoro Jacob Gresswell

17 Mitch Stoneham 18 Edwan Van Ravenstein 19 Seb Pisano 20 Braden Zammit 22 Lucas Gelsumini 23 Matt Nusev 28 Dylan Olly 30 Lachy Steele 31 Tim Caldwell 32 Giorgio Ikosidekas 34 Mick D’Addazio

35 40 50 51

Will Hewitt Nick Joksic Max Gladman Halim Haddad


DIVISION 2

ROUND 2: SATURDAY 14 APRIL 2018

MULGRAVE Senior Coach: Anthony Goodwin Res Coach: Mark Gow Ground: Mulgrave Reserve, Garnett Rd, Wheelers Hill (Melways 81 A1) Ph: 9795 5301. Colours: Red jumper with blue yoke and gold lion emblem, blue shorts. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 16 17 18 19 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 38 39 41

Seb Henderson Sean Lester Dean Siakoulis (C) Cohen Howell Tim Knowles Jacob Leece Sam Kassianou Ben Gilling Perry Cole Adam Booth Robert Blew Evan Sarkissian Dale Cheesman Todd Kenny Stephen Hatzinikolaou George Alepidis Jack Davidson Billy Diamataris Baxter Leece Christian Martino Jordan Falloon Thomas Gladman Lachlan Raymer Jackson McGrath Griffin James Ben Chung Matthew Gould Mitch Peddle AJ Tillyard James Verdi Braydon James Sam Kenny Kalon Kelaart Chris McDermott (DC) Dillion Coleman Hamish Miller James Barlow

Q1

Q2

42 43 44 45 46 47 48 50 51 52 53 54 56 60 61 62 64

Josh Meyers Jordan Cochrane Sam Trevethan Josh Gow Matthew Craig Nick Henley Lachlan Gow Michael Rouskas Jake Southern Ned Rowland Scott Dodermaide Robert Draper - Devery Blake Rule Scott Blay Liam Peterson Josh Catros Sam McRae

Q3

MULGRAVE: We knew that taking on previous Division 1 Bayswater, who had kept most of their previous list would be a challenge, especially with our new coaching group and many new players across the U19;s, Reserves and Seniors. However it turned out to be a strong start for our U 19’s, under new coach Steve Boyer, the guys got off to fantastic start kicking 4 goals to none in the 1st quarter, Bayswater came back strong in the second quarter to see us leading by just 5 points at half time. The second half was similar to the first with Mully kicking 5 goals to 2 in the third quarter which saw us push us out to a lead of 28 points into the last quarter. Steve said in the huddle at three quarter time, it was ours to loose. Bayswater came out strong to be, at one point, just 8 points behind until the boys steadied with a couple of goals to come out winners by 18 points. Final scores being: 12.12.84 Vs. 9.12.66. The pressure throughout the game was fantastic, a great full time effort against Bayswater by all the boys. On the day Jaxon Gervasoni, Mitch Wilkinson, Rye Evans and Pat Hurley all played very well. After a shaky pre-season the season looks bright for the 19’s, we look forward to seeing everyone down on Saturdays. Not to be out done our new Reserves Coach Mark Gow, himself an ex Captain Coach in the early 90’s at Bayswater, took to the ground with a strong, young and very capable group of young men. We looked the better team all day, stand outs on the day being Liam Peterson, Josh Catros, Jackson McGrath and Baxter Leece. We finished the day with our second win 10.8.68 Vs Bayswater on 7.9.51. The seniors match was indeed a tough one, up against a very accomplished previous Division 1 team. On the day Bayswater were the better side going in strong and hard. While disappointed with the loss, coach Anthony “Chopper” Goodwin focused on the learnings with his new team. The coach of Bayswater spoke highly of our Boys and was complimentary in the way our boys handled themselves on the ground. On the day Jordy Cochrane, Sean Lester and Tim Knowles stood out as strong players. Round 2 is another away game, with us travelling to Doncaster East this week, look forward to another strong showing of our supporters for all 3 matches. Go Mully!

Q4

UNDER 19 Coach: Steve Bouyer 3 Michael Liolios 6 Rye Evans 7 Ethan Kyne 8 Matthew Gee 9 Cooper Gervasoni 10 Michael Hough 11 Declan Brown 12 Even Sarkissian 13 Pat Hurley 15 Ben Simpson 16 Stephen Hatzinikolou

www.efl.org.au

17 19 20 21 22 24 25 26 27 28 29 30

Grady Cairnduff Mitchell Cawsey Zac Bonney Nelson Dawber Samuel Ketzer Jaxon Gervasoni Mitchell Wilkinson Troy Hanning Bailey Hosking Kurt Donaldson Jayden Zimmer Matthew Baker

31 Daniel Wright 32 Corey Lamendola

. Tree & stump removal

. Pruning & trimming . Same day quotes . Mulch sales pctreeremovalmelbourne.com.au 0412 533 682

33


DIVISION 2 CROYDON: This week we welcome Mitcham players, officials and supporters to Swinburne Oval. Don’t forget to buy yourself a membership. Memberships are available for $70 or the 500 Club for $500. Please see a member of the committee for enquiries. Last week the senior team gave Lilydale a four goal start before losing by 41 points. It was a fairly even competition after quarter time. With seven new players in the side it will take a couple of weeks for the team to jell. Gary Lisle, Jake Christie and Bailey Hotker were best. After the unveiling of the 2017 premiership flag the colts won by 6 points, Andy Carter, Jai Mortimer and Ryland Witnish were the best players. Before the seconds game the seconds 2018 premiership flag was unveiled. They went on to win by 15 points with Luke Sparkes kicking four goals. Jamie Haag, Sparksy and Matt Herman were the best. Thanks to Simon Fielding for again running the past players function. Everyone enjoyed themselves. Best wishes for a fast return from injuries to Matty Lyall and Tommy Maddern. The Croydon Football Club congratulates Scotty Morrison from the Chirnside Park FC on playing his 400th game. Scotty played 302 games with Croydon FC. Well done mate!! Please put down in your diaries the annual Ladies Lunch to be held on Saturday 5 May from 1-30pm. Complimentary drinks for the first hour, gourmet finger food, music and great raffle prizes. Please contact Bronwyn at pratt.bronwyn.p@edumail.vic. gov.au. GO BLUES!!!!!

CROYDON Senior Coach: Morris D’alessandro Res Coach: Glenn Pemberton Ground: Croydon Oval, Hewish Rd, Croydon, (Melways 50 K4) Ph: 9723 4004. Colours: Navy jumper, white monogram, navy shorts. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 37 38

Adrian Ficorilli Aden Thompson Beau Christie Matt Mckenzie Jarrod Clark Jimmy Smith Luke Harrington Billy Dickson Bailey Hotker Justin Ficorilli Leigh Kimpton Fraser Smith Harry Dempster Jordan Lynch Jake Lynch Kyle Maher Riley Britton Ewan Wadsworth Lachie Hampton Gary Lisle Nathan Haag Joshua Bolton Kane Doueal Josh Mutsaers Jamie Haag Matt Wilkins Caleb Agnew Bailey Freeman Ben Gommers James Grant Drew Benson Blaise Adderly Tommy Maddern Nick Barrett Jake Christie Ollie Adams Luke Sparkes

Q1

40 41 42 44 46 47 48 49 50 51 52 53 54 55

Q2

Luke Styles Matt Lyall Callum Syme Dom Zinghini Tom Gillingham Corey Boyce James Thomas Matt Herman Mitch Chappell Lachie Jackson Oscar Rath Daniel Mutsaers Will Bodman Lincoln Pratt

Q3

Q4

UNDER 19 Coach: Chris Browning 1 2 3 4 6 7 8 9 11 12 13 14

34

The Eastern Footballer

James Stanley Pat Smith Jackson Walker Ryland Witnish Rhys Deray Chris Newlands Riley Brammer Aaron Nicholas Sam Milner Brent Gaudion Andy Carter Luke Dingley

15 16 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27

Jack Rollinson Jackson Pitts Jason Prior Paul Zeniou Trent Dodd Rhys Wade Lachlan Macdonald Jyah Cameron Jai Mortimer Lachie Wilton Josh Hausler Aiden Pemberton

58 Tom Taylor


DIVISION 2

ROUND 2: SATURDAY 14 APRIL 2018

MITCHAM Senior Coach: Neil Winterton Res Coach: Steve Jordan Ground: Walker Park, Maroondah Hwy, Nunawading (Melways 48 H9) Ph: 9873 3792. Colours: Black jumper, yellow sash, black shorts with yellow EFL webbing. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 26 27 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 37 38

James McCubbin Lucas Marro Anthony Willenberg Michael Barro Jake Toohey Alex Young Cameron Taylor Ben Joseph Matt Gordon Tom Lucas Carson Macartney Jesse Uren Jake Parente Zach Elms Jessie Smythe Riley Nicholas Lachlan Rudd Tom Burkitt Ryan Handley Aaron Menzies Lockie Ryan Leigh Pomponio Matt Hill David McArdle Chris Tsolos Martin De Luca Alex Finch Sam Howell Aaron Miller Jackson Halo Neil Winterton Marc Parente Lachlan George Rob Durham Luke Mckeown Mikey Raath Nathan McKeown

Q1

Q2

39 40 42 43 44 45 46 47 48 49 50 51 52 53 54 57

Jackson Glossop Adam Green Ryan Sullivan Nathan Foster William Gordon Cody McDonald Adam Glanville Tom Blanche Daniel Clarke Dylan Wylde Terry Ferlazzo Caelan Flynn Thomas Van Horik Johlen Raath Yusuf Aly Callum Sloane

Q3

Q4

UNDER 19

MITCHAM: Round 1 kicked off at The MCG of the East last week against The Upper Ferntree Gully Football Club. Before the day had even started Graham McCallum was on the job at 7.30 in the morning fixing the back of the coaches box after some, let’s say intellectually changed individuals defaced the back of the coaches box overnight. While the on field results didn’t go our way, the junior’s family day was a massive hit and the Noel Jones Mitcham Membership and Merchandise Tiger tent did a roaring trade. BIG SHOUT out to all those that attended, Kristy Grace for helping put the day together and all those you helped out. Winners of the Andrew Peace Wines match day raffle was Brain Lucas 1st prize Matthew O’Dwyer 2nd Prize and Julie Searle 3rd Prize THANK YOU all who purchased tickets. Congratulations to Cam Taylor who played his first and last game of season 2018 last week to take him to 200 senior games for the Mitcham Footy Club. Tails has been a terrific guy to have around the club and he thought the time was right to hang up the boots but also didn’t want to be keeping a young fella out of the team. Always a selfless player he enjoyed premiership success on two occasions and said that “It’s been such an honour to have played this many senior games over the last 12 seasons, plus another 4 in the juniors, with this great club. I have met so many amazing people over the years, many who are some of my closest friends. The people are what make a club and without a doubt Mitcham have the best supporters, volunteers and staff.” WELL DONE Tails on a great career but we haven’t seen the last of him taking on a develop role and the seniors runners job. Today we face Croydon away as we look to get on the winners list, nothing short of 110% effort and commitment will get the job done. GOOD LUCK Also to our 17 Junior Teams Who kick off their season tomorrow. On the social front our 1st president’s lunch with Richmond premiership star Alex Rance during Anzac round Saturday 21st April is already a sell out and mark down the 26th of May for the comedy night, as the Junior and Senior club come together as one for our biggest events of the year. You can keep up to date with all the news, views and reviews via the official Mitcham football Club website @www.mitchamfc.sportingpulse.net or via Facebook @mitchamfootballclub Good Luck to all teams today and enjoy your footy #strongandbold

Coach: Kevin Bentley 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13

Spiros Antoniou Riley Naylor Max Hammond Harry Prout Tim Ross Alex Christodoulou Mitch Pavey Brodie Jarvis Billy Stingell Kevin Woodhouse Ben Ajani Zach Horsey Blake Lee

www.efl.org.au

14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26

Liam Dunning Cody McDonald Jarrod Powson Lochie Richardson Tom Crake Zeb Holly Tommy Stingell Tony Kim Brayden Hansen Lachlan Taylor Adam Laksassi Aidan Lansdell Sean Giles

27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36

Josh Valle Guy Laughlin Cameron Pirzas Johnny Hilton Jackson Hallo Athan Stylos Fintan Paisley-Gunn James Skouras Joseph Sexton Dylan McDonald

35


DIVISION 2 UPPER FERNTREE GULLY: Great start to the season last week at Mitcham with all three sides winning. Our new coach Joel Perry kicked five in his first senior game with the club while Matt Lee kicked four. Lowey had a first up win as new coach of the reserves with Cuttsy kicking 4 and Buddha making a return kicking 3. Craig Bridle also had a first up win as coach of the U19’s with Travis Strange continuing his early season form. This week we welcome Park Orchards to Kings Park in what promises to be a tight contest. The club is putting together a weekend of celebrations on the 2nd and 3rd of June incorporating past players and officials day as well as the 1958 Senior, 1998 Senior, 2008 U18’s and 1988 U14’s Premiership reunions and then will hold a 70th Anniversary Dinner on the 23rd June; save these dates and stay tuned for more details soon. The Netball girls started last night while the Juniors season starts tomorrow. Our women’s team also start this week with a lightning premiership while the Vets play their first game under lights at Bayswater on Friday the 20th April. The King Club is again available for support this season with Peter Hards in charge or contact Andy Lee to get your social membership. The VIP area is also available for home games by contacting the club. Dates to put in your diary include the $5k Draw on the 5th May, Toyota Good for Footy Night on the 17th May and the THF Luncheon on the 19th May. Thanks to all our sponsors who are back on board this year, please use them and mention you are from the club. Good Luck Today Upper……Go the Red and Blue

UPPER FERNTREE GULLY Senior Coach: Joel Perry Res Coach: Damien Lowe Ground: Kings Park, Willow Road, Upper Ferntree Gully (Melways 74 D6) Colours: Red and blue vertical stripes, royal blue shorts

1 2 3 4 5 5R 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 18R 19 20 20R 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 Q1

Liam Gellie Joel Perry Carmine Porcaro Tom Meagher Matthew Lee Luke Leslie Luke Meagher Daniel Reid Patrick Gellie Fletcher Dodds Rowan Hore Tyler Willis Tyson McWilliam Nathan Bardsley Tim Riseley Bryce Hards Luke Wakefield Jordy Whiteman Brad Kelleher Daniel Feleppa Michael Smith Andrew Godfrey Paul Caruso Jayden Cutts Josh Ward Ben Haddock Justin Laughlin Jason Godfrey Sandon Jennings Ethan Grose Mason Bond Jarrod Whiteman Jake Saltum Leigh Lawson Jake Cawsey Matthew Lawson Lachlan Callaghan Q2

35 36 37 38 39 40 41 42 43 44 45 48 49 50 51 52 53 54 55 56 59 61 62 63 65 66 69 85 88 90 91

Daniel Beyer Patrick Bullock Ben Ward Josh Gillespie Josh Eyres-Lacey Andrew Constantine Lewis Ferguson Craig Bridle Carmine Parrella Tom Heuston Hugh Taylor Nelson O’Dwyer Adrian Catalano Adam Ward Daniel Fusco Jarryd Roleff Tom Roleff Kyle Chalker Mark Fenelon Matthew DeJong Rhys Beyer Zac Constanti Jack Thomas Ricky McClusky Nick Croft Dean Bridle Daniel Deangelis Nelson Jennings Rory Bailey Corey Wakefield Darcy Wilson

Q3

Q4

UNDER 19 Coach: Craig Bridle 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10

Rory Bailey Jordan Roger Jack Rule Patrick Whelan Mitch Wilkinson Mitch Lyons Christian Dileo James Croucher Jack Knight Dylan Hamilton-Thompson 11 Travis Strange

36

The Eastern Footballer

12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 21 22 24 26

Rory-Clay Edwards Liam Pratt Tyson Sheehan Liam Milburn Angus Browne Liam McKernan Cooper Wilson Jarrod Philp Liam Dove Josh Mason Brad Kreidl Nick Smith

27 28 29 30 32 33 34 44 50 60

Ben Beaton Cooper Hayman Jacob Pritchard Matthew Graham Josh Westcott Keegan Mitchell Sam Vance Tannon Gadsen Jaryd Bowler Tom Robinson


DIVISION 2

ROUND 2: SATURDAY 14 APRIL 2018

PARK ORCHARDS Senior Coach: Jarrod Bayliss Res Coach: Tim Raines Ground: Domeney Reserve, Knees Road Park Orchards (Melways 35 E9) Colours: Black with red and white bands, white shark, black shorts.

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 37

Liam Buhagiar Chris De Jager Scott Rowland Ben Heyde Ryan Turner Jarrod Bayliss Michael Prosenak Michael Fowkes Tom Feher Greg Pollard Benn Fischer Michael Philp Alex Geilings Adam Wilson Matthew Nicholson Dane Egerton David McDonald Tristan Valentino Ciaran Hickey Nathan Wiggins Matt Flemming Tim Raines Nick Handley Conner Hickey Will Debney Campbell Cromb Andrew Messina Jaye Witnish Justin Minogue Matt Haythorne Christian Kovarik James King Cooper Winter Dylan Fletcher Josh Chappell Dwayne Johnson Evan Smeed

Q1

Q2

38 39 40 41 42 43 44 45 46 47 48 49 50 51 52 53 55 56 57 58 61 69

Sam Scanlon Tom Hewitt Troy Walkley Don Stevens Jordan Buckingham Matt Horne Luke Turner Matt O’Conner Add Trent Hudson Matt Butera Daniel Bowes Jacob Price-Inglis Hamish Cocks Steve Pollard Liam Batchelor Jamie Arnold Rudi Hunt Tyler Witnish Jarrod Nicholson Add Ben Carroll

Q3

PARK ORCHARDS: Today three of our teams head out to UFTG whilst the U19 B team will host East Burwood at Domeney Reserve. UFTG are coming off a big win in round one, so it should be a great game. Last weekend saw the Sharks get the season off to a great start with four wins from four games. After unfurling our three premiership flags and acknowledging our first 100 game player in captain Tom Feher we embarked on our season in division two. In the main game we jumped Wantirna South with a six goal to nil first quarter. As expected, they came back at us and the game went right down to the wire. With five minutes to play it was a one point game, but the boys held them off and then came home with some late goals to score a great 23 point win against a quality side. In a very physical game where neither side took a backward step Fowkes, Handley, J. Witnish, Bayliss and new recruit Daniel Gorringe were amongst the best. The D squad were too strong for their opposition running out 48 point winners. Chappell, T. Johnston and Curry were amongst the best in a strong team performance. This year we are fielding two U19 sides. The A team won convincingly against Wantirna South beating them by 135 points. We had 14 individual goal kickers with Jones’ 6 goals putting him amongst the best along with Forbes and M. Witnish. The B team travelled to East Burwood and showed that they will be a force to be reckoned with coming away with an 80 point win Phelan, Voogt (5 goals) and Knight were outstanding for the Sharks. With the second U19 side playing away from the other teams each week it would be great if you could get out to a couple of their games and provide support – why not take a drive out to Silvan next week and check out the abundance of talent we have coming through from the junior club. Our netballers also kicked off their season last night and we wish our three teams the best of luck for 2018. Events: Tickets to our Anzac Day Lunch on 21st April are now on sale, so get online and be a part of this special day. GO SHARKS!

Q4

UNDER 19 Coach: Tony Weeks 1 2 3 4 5

Joel Donker Lachlan Calwell Mitchell Skien Mason Witnish Thomas Macrokanis 6 Cody Farrell 7 Jack Borrack 8 Matthew George 9 Nicholas Lambert 10 Liam Cridland 11 Jacob Price Inglis

www.efl.org.au

12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22

Dean McLaughlan Damon Kemp Max Lowther Pat Sheers Matthew Williamson Sam Heron Bayley Forbes James Parker James Fasan Blake Purcell Charlie Jacob

23 24 25 27 28 30 31 33 43

Darcy Trenfield Lionel Hunt Liam Taylor Jacob Blanck Steve McPherson Tom Livingstone Jack Sims Cooper Winter Tom Holmes

37


RAMS BREAK DROUGHT By: Daniel Cencic Twitter: @DC_EFL

T

he drought is over at East Burwood.

The Rams’ 23-game losing streak, which stretched back to Round 13, 2016 when the club was in Division 2, came to an end last Saturday with a 17-point win over Coldstream. Guided by club legend Stuart Wynd, the senior coach told EFL Sunday last week he felt it was crucial to bank an early win for the Rams’ confidence, with the first goal now ticked off. “Our first goal was to win Round 1, and every club in fourth division this year has recruited really well,” he said. “If we play our best footy I’d like to think we’re going to be pretty competitive in all the games we play. We’ve still got a lot of work to do – it was a tough struggle. “The more games we win the more confidence we’ll get from it - it was really important we got over the line because of how poorly the club’s been going over the last few years. “It was just important we started the season well and created a bit of excitement around the place.” The Rams led at all changes, by a point at quarter time and 13 at the main break, while the Cougars kept their opponent at arm’s length at the final change, facing a 12-point deficit. Wynd said it was tough to break Coldstream’s young up-and-coming side. “It was back and forth all day actually, I thought Coldstream were really good – they’ve got a pretty good young side and we just couldn’t break them,” he said. “We just couldn’t get two or three goals in front of them at any stage of the game. It was tight ‘til the end, that’s for sure. “We certainly had to fight it out right to the end.” Ex-junior Adrian Gileno 38

The Eastern Footballer

led the charge with eight majors, while dual Balwyn premiership player Jason Kennedy impressed in his first hit-out for the Rams since 2013, named in the best. “He (Gileno) was a beauty,” Wynd said. “He looked really dangerous every time he went near the ball, he was probably the difference. “We’d like to get a couple of other avenues to goal but its pretty handy when you’ve got some one like that who’s a natural goalkicker and can hit the scoreboard. “(Kennedy) was a ripper as well - he’s been terrific ever since he’s been back at the club – he’s taken on a leadership role as an assistant coach and he just finds that respect as soon as he came in. “He’s a really popular guy and he was terrific.” The drought-breaking win saw a rousing reception at the club rooms that night, in a turnout not seen at East Burwood in recent years. “From what people are telling me, they haven’t seen a crowd that big for probably five or six years in the rooms after a game,” Wynd said. “The rooms were chock-full of old faces with ex-teammates of mine that came down for a look and just to see all the older people that have been hanging around the club for so many years with a smile on their face, it was really rewarding and just a fantastic day all round.”


Sporting Club Program

NOT THE ODDS Ga Gambling G amb mblililing mb ng iiss fa fast stt becoming bec ecom omin om ing g a normal part of sport. The Sporting Club Program counters the growing culture of gambling in sport to create safe and healthy sporting clubs across Victoria. To sign up to the program and for more information, go to: lovethegame.vic.gov.au/sport

www.efl.org.au

39


40

The Eastern Footballer


Tap water is the healthy choice

for hydration when playing footy.

Get the Choose Tap app from the App Store and on Google Play™

choosetap.com.au


2018 FIXTURES

TM

TM

footyEFL

footyEFL DIVISION ONE

ROUND 1 - 30/03/2018 Blackburn 11.8-74 v Doncaster 11.18-84

ROUND 1 - 7/04/2018 Vermont 15.8-98 Sth Croydon 14.16-100 Rowville 11.17-83 Knox 10.11-71

v v v v

Balwyn 14.7-91 Noble Park 13.15-93 Norwood 9.12-66 Montrose 11.13-79

ROUND 1 - 8/04/2018 E Ringwood 12.10-82 v N Ringwood 13.14-92

ROUND 2 - 14/04/2018 Balwyn Noble Park Norwood Doncaster Montrose North Ringwood

v v v v v v

South Croydon Blackburn East Ringwood Rowville Vermont Knox

ROUND 3 - 21/04/2018 South Croydon Noble Park Vermont Rowville East Ringwood Knox

v v v v v v

Doncaster Norwood North Ringwood Blackburn Montrose Balwyn

ROUND 4 - 28/04/2018 Blackburn Norwood North Ringwood Balwyn Montrose Doncaster

v v v v v v

South Croydon Vermont Noble Park East Ringwood Rowville Knox

DIVISION TWO

ROUND 11 - 30/06/2018 Vermont Noble Park East Ringwood Rowville Balwyn Knox

v v v v v v

ROUND 1 - 7/04/2018

Blackburn North Ringwood Norwood Doncaster Montrose South Croydon

ROUND 12 - 7/07/2018 South Croydon Doncaster Norwood North Ringwood Montrose Vermont

v v v v v v

v v v v v v

Doncaster South Croydon Blackburn Rowville Noble Park Knox

v v v v v v

Balwyn Norwood North Ringwood East Ringwood Montrose Vermont

ROUND 14 - 21/07/2018 - Split Round Vermont v Doncaster Norwood v South Croydon North Ringwood v Blackburn

ROUND 14 - 28/07/2018 - Split Round East Ringwood v Balwyn Rowville v Montrose Noble Park v Knox

South Croydon Balwyn Doncaster Vermont Montrose Knox

v v v v v v

Balwyn Vermont North Ringwood East Ringwood Montrose Knox

v v v v v v

Blackburn Noble Park Norwood Doncaster South Croydon Rowville

Blackburn Noble Park North Ringwood East Ringwood Norwood Rowville

v v v v v v

Blackburn Norwood North Ringwood Rowville Noble Park East Ringwood

Balwyn Doncaster Vermont South Croydon Montrose Knox

Norwood Doncaster South Croydon Rowville Blackburn East Ringwood

v v v v v v

Balwyn Noble Park North Ringwood Vermont Montrose Knox

ROUND 8 - 2/06/2018 Balwyn North Ringwood South Croydon Noble Park Montrose Blackburn

v v v v v v

Vermont Doncaster East Ringwood Rowville Norwood Knox

ROUND 9 - 9/06/2018 Balwyn v Noble Park

ROUND 9 - 16/06/2018 Norwood Vermont Rowville Doncaster Knox

v v v v v

Blackburn East Ringwood South Croydon Montrose North Ringwood

ROUND 10 - 23/06/2018 South Croydon Norwood North Ringwood East Ringwood Blackburn Montrose

v v v v v v

Vermont Doncaster Balwyn Noble Park Rowville Knox

Vermont Doncaster Rowville Montrose Balwyn North Ringwood

v v v v v v

South Croydon Norwood Noble Park Blackburn Knox East Ringwood

v v v v v v

Vermont Balwyn North Ringwood Rowville Montrose Doncaster

FINALS DATES Qualifying Final Elimination Final Semi Final 2 Semi Final 1 Preliminary Final Grand Final

Good Friday Blackburn v Doncaster Queen’s Birthday Balywn v Noble Park

Bayswater Mooroolbark Mulgrave Mitcham Park Orchards

v v v v v

Doncaster East Upper Ferntree Gully Wantirna South Lilydale Croydon

ROUND 4 - 28/04/2018 Doncaster East Croydon Mulgrave Mitcham Lilydale

v v v v v

Upper Ferntree Gully Bayswater Mooroolbark Wantirna South Park Orchards

Mooroolbark v Bayswater Wantirna South v Lilydale Croydon v Doncaster East

ROUND 5 - 12/05/2018 - Split Round Upper Ferntree Gully v Mulgrave Park Orchards v Mitcham

ROUND 6 - 19/05/2018 Lilydale Upper Ferntree Gully Mulgrave Bayswater Doncaster East

v v v v v

Mooroolbark Wantirna South Croydon Mitcham Park Orchards

ROUND 7 - 26/05/2018 Lilydale Wantirna South Croydon Mitcham Park Orchards

v v v v v

Upper Ferntree Gully Doncaster East Mooroolbark Mulgrave Bayswater

Lilydale Wantirna South Doncaster East Croydon Upper Ferntree Gully

ROUND 12 - 7/07/2018 Doncaster East Upper Ferntree Gully Wantirna South Lilydale Croydon

v v v v v

Bayswater Mooroolbark Mulgrave Mitcham Park Orchards

ROUND 13 - 14/07/2018 Upper Ferntree Gully Bayswater Mooroolbark Wantirna South Park Orchards

v v v v v

Doncaster East Croydon Mulgrave Mitcham Lilydale

ROUND 14 - 21/07/2018 - Split Round Bayswater v Mooroolbark Lilydale v Wantirna South Doncaster East v Croydon

ROUND 14 - 28/07/2018 - Split Round Mulgrave v Upper Ferntree Gully Mitcham v Park Orchards

ROUND 15 - 4/08/2018 Mooroolbark v Lilydale Wantirna South v Upper Ferntree Gully Croydon v Mulgrave Mitcham v Bayswater Park Orchards v Doncaster East

ROUND 16 - 11/08/2018 Upper Ferntree Gully v Lilydale Doncaster East v Wantirna South Mooroolbark v Croydon Mulgrave v Mitcham

ROUND 17 - 18/08/2018 Lilydale v Doncaster East Bayswater v Upper Ferntree Gully Croydon v Wantirna South Mitcham v Mooroolbark

ROUND 8 - 2/06/2018 Doncaster East Upper Ferntree Gully Wantirna South Mooroolbark Mulgrave

v v v v v

Lilydale Bayswater Croydon Mitcham Park Orchards

ROUND 9 - 16/06/2018 1/09/2018 2/09/2018 8/09/2018 9/09/2018 15/09/2018 22/09/2018

Bayswater v Wantirna South Croydon v Upper Ferntree Gully Lilydale v Mulgrave Mitcham v Doncaster East Park Orchards v Mooroolbark

ROUND 18 - 25/08/2018 Wantirna South v Bayswater Upper Ferntree Gully v Croydon Mulgrave v Lilydale Doncaster East v Mitcham Mooroolbark v Park Orchards

FINALS DATES Semi Final 2

1/09/2018

Semi Final 1

2/09/2018

Preliminary Final

8/09/2018

Grand Final

15/09/2018

ROUND 10 - 23/06/2018

COMPETITION BYES Interleague Game **Queen’s Birthday**

Bayswater Mooroolbark Mulgrave Mitcham Park Orchards

v v v v v

Park Orchards v Mulgrave

ROUND 18 - 25/08/2018 Blackburn Noble Park Norwood East Ringwood South Croydon Knox

v v v v v

Bayswater Mooroolbark Mulgrave Mitcham Park Orchards

Bayswater v Park Orchards

ROUND 17 - 18/08/2018 ROUND 7 - 26/05/2018

Lilydale Wantirna South Doncaster East Croydon Upper Ferntree Gully

ROUND 11 - 30/06/2018

ROUND 5 - 5/05/2018 - Split Round

ROUND 16 - 11/08/2018 ROUND 6 - 12/05/2018

Donc East 8.14-62 Lilydale 13.6-84 Mulgrave 3.6-24 Upper FTG 21.19-145 Wantirna Sth 12.10-82

ROUND 3 - 21/04/2018

South Croydon Vermont East Ringwood Rowville North Ringwood Norwood

ROUND 15 - 4/08/2018 ROUND 5 - 5/05/2018

v v v v v

ROUND 2 - 14/04/2018

Balwyn Blackburn Noble Park Rowville East Ringwood Knox

ROUND 13 - 14/07/2018 Doncaster Noble Park Blackburn Balwyn Montrose Knox

Mooroolbark 11.11-77 Croydon 6.7-43 Bayswater 21.18-144 Mitcham 7.10-52 P Orchards 15.15-105

19/05/2018 9/06/2018 30/03/2018 9/06/2018

Doncaster East v Mooroolbark Lilydale v Croydon Mulgrave v Bayswater Upper Ferntree Gully v Mitcham Wantirna South v Park Orchards

NO GAME Queen’s Birthday

9/06/2018


2018 FIXTURES

TM

TM

footyEFL

footyEFL DIVISION THREE

ROUND 1 - 7/04/2018 Heathmont 8.12-60 Templestowe 3.3-21 Chirnside Park 6.7-43 South Belgrave 7.6-48 Warrandyte 10.4-64 Wav Blues 13.18-96

v v v v v v

Ringwood 11.4-70 Boronia 18.16-124 Scoresby 24.18-162 FTG 15.12-102 The Basin 14.9-93 Donvale 10.10-70

ROUND 2 - 14/04/2018 Scoresby Boronia Ferntree Gully The Basin South Belgrave Donvale

v v v v v v

Templestowe Waverley Blues Chirnside Park Ringwood Heathmont Warrandyte

ROUND 3 - 21/04/2018 Waverley Blues Scoresby Ferntree Gully Chirnside Park Heathmont Templestowe

v v v v v v

Ringwood Boronia The Basin South Belgrave Warrandyte Donvale

ROUND 4 - 28/04/2018 Heathmont Ringwood Boronia **South Belgrave Warrandyte Donvale

v v v v v v

Waverley Blues Templestowe The Basin Scoresby Ferntree Gully Chirnside Park

ROUND 5 - 5/05/2018 Scoresby Templestowe Chirnside Park The Basin Warrandyte Ringwood

v v v v v v

Waverley Blues Ferntree Gully Boronia Heathmont South Belgrave Donvale

ROUND 6 - 12/05/2018 Waverley Blues Ferntree Gully Heathmont South Belgrave Boronia Donvale

v v v v v v

Templestowe Ringwood Chirnside Park The Basin Warrandyte Scoresby

ROUND 7 - 19/05/2018 Ringwood Boronia Waverley Blues Templestowe Chirnside Park The Basin

v v v v v v

Scoresby Heathmont Ferntree Gully South Belgrave Warrandyte Donvale

ROUND 8 - 26/05/2018 Heathmont Ferntree Gully Ringwood Scoresby Warrandyte South Belgrave

v v v v v v

Templestowe Boronia Chirnside Park The Basin Waverley Blues Donvale

ROUND 9 - 2/06/2018 Boronia Scoresby Templestowe Waverley Blues The Basin Donvale

v v v v v v

Ringwood Ferntree Gully Chirnside Park South Belgrave Warrandyte Heathmont

ROUND 10 - 16/06/2018 Heathmont Chirnside Park The Basin Ringwood Warrandyte Boronia

v v v v v v

Scoresby Ferntree Gully Waverley Blues South Belgrave Templestowe Donvale

DIVISION FOUR

ROUND 11 - 23/06/2018 Templestowe Ferntree Gully Chirnside Park South Belgrave Scoresby Donvale

v v v v v v

ROUND 1 - 7/04/2018

Ringwood Heathmont The Basin Boronia Warrandyte Waverley Blues

v v v v v v

Whitehorse P 13.21-99 v GW Hawks 8.12-60

Scoresby Templestowe Chirnside Park The Basin South Belgrave Donvale

ROUND 13 - 7/07/2018 - Split Round Ringwood v Heathmont Templestowe v Waverley Blues Scoresby v Chirnside Park

Coldstream v Whitehorse Pioneers Glen Waverley Hawks v East Burwood Surrey Park v Fairpark Kilsyth v Silvan Nunawading v Forest Hill

ROUND 3 - 21/04/2018

**Fairpark v East Burwood

ROUND 4 - 28/04/2018 East Burwood v Forest Hill Glen Waverley Hawks v Kilsyth Coldstream v Surrey Park Whitehorse Pioneers v Silvan

Templestowe Scoresby Boronia South Belgrave Waverley Blues Donvale

v v v v v v

v v v v v v

ROUND 5 - 5/05/2018

v v v v v v

Waverley Blues Scoresby Heathmont South Belgrave Boronia Templestowe

v v v v v v

Waverley Blues Chirnside Park The Basin Ringwood Warrandyte Donvale

Heathmont Boronia Templestowe Ferntree Gully Scoresby South Belgrave

**Denotes Night Game

Whitehorse Pioneers v Forest Hill Glen Waverley Hawks v Fairpark

Coldstream v Silvan Nunawading v Kilsyth

ROUND 13 - 7/07/2018 Forest Hill v East Burwood Kilsyth v Glen Waverley Hawks Surrey Park v Coldstream Silvan v Whitehorse Pioneers Fairpark v Nunawading

ROUND 14 - 14/07/2018 - Split Round Coldstream v Forest Hill Whitehorse Pioneers v Kilsyth Glen Waverley Hawks v Surrey Park

ROUND 14 - 21/07/2018 - Split Round **Silvan v Fairpark East Burwood v Nunawading

ROUND 15 - 28/07/2018

25/08/2018 26/08/2018 1/09/2018 2/09/2018 9/09/2018 16/09/2018

9/06/2018

Forest Hill v Whitehorse Pioneers Kilsyth v East Burwood

Silvan v Surrey Park

Fairpark v Glen Waverley Hawks Surrey Park v Silvan Nunawading v Coldstream

ROUND 16 - 4/08/2018 Coldstream v Kilsyth East Burwood v Surrey Park Whitehorse Pioneers v Fairpark

Coldstream v Nunawading

ROUND 7 - 19/05/2018 Kilsyth v Coldstream

Silvan v Forest Hill Glen Waverley Hawks v Nunawading

ROUND 17 - 11/08/2018 Glen Waverley Hawks v Coldstream

Fairpark v Whitehorse Pioneers

Kilsyth v Surrey Park

Forest Hill v Silvan Nunawading v Glen Waverley Hawks

ROUND 8 - 26/05/2018 Coldstream v Glen Waverley Hawks

Fairpark v Forest Hill East Burwood v Silvan Nunawading v Whitehorse Pioneers

ROUND 18 - 18/08/2018 Whitehorse Pioneers v East Burwood

Forest Hill v Fairpark Silvan v East Burwood

Forest Hill v Kilsyth Coldstream v Fairpark

Whitehorse Pioneers v Nunawading

ROUND 9 - 2/06/2018 East Burwood v Whitehorse Pioneers Kilsyth v Forest Hill

NO GAME Queen’s Birthday

Nunawading v East Burwood

ROUND 6 - 12/05/2018

Surrey Park v Kilsyth

FINALS DATES Qualifying Final Elimination Final Semi Final 2 Semi Final 1 Preliminary Final Grand Final

East Burwood v Fairpark

**Fairpark v Silvan

Surrey Park v East Burwood

ROUND 18 - 18/08/2018 Waverley Blues Ringwood Chirnside Park The Basin Warrandyte Donvale

Whitehorse Pioneers v Surrey Park

Surrey Park v Glen Waverley Hawks

East Burwood v Kilsyth

ROUND 17 - 11/08/2018 Ferntree Gully Boronia Heathmont South Belgrave Templestowe Scoresby

Glen Waverley Hawks v Forest Hill

Kilsyth v Whitehorse Pioneers

Heathmont Ringwood Ferntree Gully Chirnside Park Warrandyte The Basin

ROUND 16 - 4/08/2018 Ringwood Ferntree Gully Chirnside Park The Basin Warrandyte Donvale

ROUND 12 - 30/06/2018

Nunawading v Fairpark

Forest Hill v Coldstream

ROUND 15 - 28/07/2018

Silvan v Kilsyth Forest Hill v Nunawading

Surrey Park v Whitehorse Pioneers Silvan v Coldstream

Scoresby Boronia Templestowe South Belgrave Ringwood Donvale

Fairpark v Surrey Park

Forest Hill v Glen Waverley Hawks

Kilsyth v Nunawading

v v v v v v

East Burwood v Glen Waverley Hawks

Silvan 25.26-176 v Nunawading 7.8-50

The Basin v Boronia South Belgrave v Warrandyte Donvale v Ferntree Gully

Waverley Blues Heathmont The Basin Ferntree Gully Warrandyte Chirnside Park

Whitehorse Pioneers v Coldstream

Fair Park 11.8-74 v Kilsyth 18.15-123

ROUND 13 - 14/07/2018 - Split Round

ROUND 14 - 21/07/2018

ROUND 11 - 23/06/2018

Forest Hill 14.15-99 v Surrey Park 9.9-63

ROUND 2 - 14/04/2018

ROUND 12 - 30/06/2018 Boronia Ferntree Gully Waverley Blues Ringwood Heathmont Warrandyte

East Burwood 13.9-87 v Coldstream 10.10-70

Fairpark v Coldstream Glen Waverley Hawks v Silvan Nunawading v Surrey Park

Silvan v Glen Waverley Hawks Surrey Park v Nunawading

FINALS DATES Semi Final 2

25/08/2018

Semi Final 1

26/08/2018

Preliminary Final

1/09/2018

Grand Final

8/09/2018

ROUND 10 - 16/06/2018 Coldstream Glen Waverley Hawks Surrey Park Kilsyth Nunawading

v v v v v

East Burwood Whitehorse Pioneers Forest Hill Fairpark Silvan

NO GAME Queen’s Birthday **Denotes Night Game

9/06/2018


It’s a footy comp not a fashion comp

Live real eastland.com.au


Š‡–Š‡ϐ‹ƒŽ•‹”‡•‘—†•ǤǤǤ

youŽ‹‡ remembered?

 ‘™™‘—Ž† –‘„‡

FOR 24 HOUR SERVICE AND ENQUIRIES:

(03) 9373 7000

www.tobinbrothers.com.au


Graduate from the world’s #1 ranked sport science school* Find out more about our EFL / Deakin Scholarship IRUFXUUHQW()/DOLJQHGSOD\HUVRURőFLDOV

deakin.edu.au/deakin-sport *ShanghaiRanking’s Global Ranking of Sport Science Schools and Departments 2016 Deakin University CRICOS Provider Code: 00113B


ALL TROPHIES GOALKICKERS DIVISION 1

DIVISION 2 This Rnd

Total

This Rnd

Total

Christopher Clarke - Rowville

5

5

Jack Callanan - Bayswater

6

6

Charlie Haley - Balwyn

4

4

Lachlan Greig - Wantirna South

6

6

Ryan Bathie - Blackburn

4

4

Joel Perry - Upper FTG

5

5

David Johnson - Norwood

4

4

Matthew Lee - Upper FTG

4

4

Hudson Thomas - Noble Park

4

4

Michael Fowkes - Park Orchards

3

3

Timothy Jones - North Ringwood

4

4

James McCubbin - Mitcham

3

3

Andrew Ainger - Vermont

4

4

Lachlan Wilson - Lilydale

3

3

Jake Kalanj - Doncaster

3

3

Wayne McInerney - Bayswater

3

3

Matthew Northe - Knox

3

3

Luke Wakefield - Upper FTG

3

3

Jeffrey Gobbels - Balwyn

3

3

Daniel Reid - Upper FTG

2

2

This Rnd

Total

This Rnd

Total

Nathan Hicks - Scoresby

9

9

Adrian Gileno - East Burwood

8

8

Dale Hehir - Scoresby

7

7

James Gough - Fairpark (Eastern Lions) 6

6 5

DIVISION 3

DIVISION 4

Mitchell Brereton - Ringwood

5

5

Michael Cardamone - Forest Hill

5

Alex Bakens - South Belgrave

5

5

Andrew Padbury - Whitehorse Pio

5

5

Lee Boyle - Ferntree Gully Eagles

4

4

Kieren Purtle - Silvan

4

4

Nicholas Murphy - Donvale

4

4

Steven Pimm - Forest Hill

4

4

Lachlan Watson - Boronia

4

4

Jye Sigersma - Kilsyth

4

4

Zak Robinson - Boronia

4

4

Christopher Smith - Surrey Park

4

4

Trevor Mills - The Basin

4

4

Christopher Murphy - Silvan

4

4

Nikoda Brooking - Warrandyte

3

3

Lochie Oliver - Silvan

4

4

www.efl.org.au

41


BJS CHAMPION CLUB AWARD DIVISION 1 Rowville

DIVISION 2

DIVISION 3

DIVISION 4

6

Park Orchards

7

Boronia

6

Silvan

6

Vermont

6

Mooroolbark

6

Scoresby

6

East Burwood

5

North Ringwood

5

The Basin

6

Forest Hill

5

Sth Croydon

5

Waverley Blues

6

Blackburn

3

Ferntree Gully

5

Kilsyth

5

Doncaster

3

Heathmont

3

Whitehorse Pio

5

Knox

1

Montrose Balwyn

Upper FTG

6

Bayswater

3

Croydon

3

3

Lilydale

3

Ringwood

3

Surrey Park

3

Mulgrave

3

South Belgrave

1

Coldstream

Doncaster East

East Ringwood Noble Park Norwood

Chirnside Park Fairpark Donvale

Mitcham

Templestowe

Wantirna South

Warrandyte

GW Hawks Nunawading

BJS INSURANCE BROKERS & EASTERN FOOTBALL LEAGUE EARN ADDITIONAL SPONSORSHIP FOR YOUR CLUB - Exclusive offer to EFL Clubs BJS specialise in tailored insurance solutions for a variety of business occupations including: x x x x x x x x x x x

Retailers / Wholesalers Importers / Exporters Manufacturers Professional Services Financial Services / Mortgage Providers Tradesmen Property Owners Hospitality / Accommodation Car Dealerships Childcare Equine

Call us now to request a full audit of your existing insurance program.

CALL US NOW FOR YOUR OBLIGATION FREE QUOTE SIMON FANNING Direct Phone: (03) 9860 4252 Facsimile: (03) 9820 5664 Mobile: 0407 824 071 ROBERT NOLAN Direct Phone: (03) 9860 4260 Facsimile: (03) 9820 5664 Mobile: 0458 016 078 LORRAINE CAVE Direct Phone: (03) 9860 4225 Facsimile: (03) 9820 5664 Mobile: 0448 917 689 www.bjsib.com.au

We will pay 5% of commission earned on all initial premiums directly to your EFL club should you take up a policy.

42

The Eastern Footballer


MICHAEL SUKKAR MP Federal Member for Deakin

S upppport ing local footy! Authorised by Michael Sukkar MP, 5/602 Whitehorse Road, Mitcham7*$ 1SJOUFECZ.ZTUJRVF1SJOU -BTFS%S 3PXWJMMF7*$

www.efl.org.au

43


ERCA Presents

Mal Bangs Tackling and Contact Skills Seminar Malcolm currently works with clubs including Geelong FC, Carlton AFLW, TAC Program sides Eastern Ranges and Calder Cannons and has had extensive experience working with community coaches. The seminar will focus on tackling technique and techniques on body protec on relevant to AFL football. Date: Tuesday April 17, sessions star ng from 6pm

Loca on: Eastern Lions Junior Football oval, Lewis Park, Lewis Road, Wan rna South, 3155

Registra on Link: To Register click on the link below: h ps://www.surveymonkey.com/r/YCJ6GPB

44

The Eastern Footballer


ULTRA CLEAN PORTABLE TOILETS Q Building sites and major works Q Small parties to BIG events!

SPECIAL OFFER! This magnificent portable toilet on your building site for only… PER WEEK * That’s just $3.30 a day! +GST

AND INCLUDES FREE FORTNIGHTLY SERVICING

*INTRODUCTORY OFFER ONLY 3 month term applies New customers only See website for Terms & Conditions

PROUD SPONSOR OF THE EASTERN FOOTBALL LEAGUE

For more info phone 0429 878 827 or visit www.vikingrentals.com.au VIKING RENTALS ALSO SUPPLY TEMPORARY FENCING – RENT OR BUY!

www.efl.org.au

45


DIVISION 3 SCORESBY: What a fantastic Round 1 for the Scoresby Football Club. 3 out 3 is an ideal way to start and reinforces all of the great work done through Preseason.

SCORESBY Senior Coach: Scott Goldsworthy Res Coach: Scott Slater Ground: Scoresby Recreation Reserve, Stud Rd, Scoresby. (Melways 72 H7). Ph: 9763 8888. Colours: Black and white vertical stripes, black shorts.

This week we host the Templestowe Football Club and certainly look forward to an excellent contest. We know they will be keen to atone for their 1st Round performance and having been a Div 3 finalist over the last number of years, we know we are going to be in for a real challenge. Thank you to all those who attended our Thursday night meals for Round 1....amazing to sell more than 130 meals...a standard that has now been set !!! Congratulations to Jarrod Hicks who played his 100th game for SFC last week. A member of a great SFC family and a tremendous leader around the club. Good luck to our netballers who play their first games on Friday night. Get along and cheer them on. Fixture will be on all our Social media channels. Finally, just a reminder that our Sponsors/Members luncheon is on next week against Boronia. Tickets are selling fast so get in quickly. Please see Carly for more information. Go Pies.

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 9A 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 Q1

Joel Thompson Scott Goldsworthy Scott Duncan Matt Krawczyk Ashley King Chris Birthisel Ryan Hicks Ben Bronsgeest Jarrod Hicks Scott Castledine Dale Hehir Toby Richards Jesse Owen Nicholas Richards Scott Jones Ben Castledine Mitchell Walker Nathan Hicks Mitchell Gunton David Marcius Sean Byrne Jonathan Roberts Wade McConnon Sam Grimshaw Owen Chadwick Aaron Anderson Ben Johnson Mitchell Dole Trent Atkinson Marc Williams Brad Jones Daniel DeIeso Cal McConnon Dyllan Milligan Paul Chadwick Russell Timms Ryan Murray Q2

37 38 39 40 41 43 44 45 47 48 49 50 51 53 54 55 56 57 59 66 67

Mitchell Anderson Jake Lacriarde Adam Bronsgeest Marc Cosentino Jake Ryall Joshua Du Vallon Cameron Betts Jack Paravicini Alex Grant Damon Crawford Ben Hunt Jason Cousins Thomas Sonsie Brenton Legg Ash Whitmore Bryaden Flannigan Kobie Stock Travis Andrikopoulos Harry Luke Ben Casey Angus Letzing

Q3

UNDER 19 Coach: Kristian Bardsley 1 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 11 12 14 15

46

The Eastern Footballer

Riley Gunton Nathan Bardsley Kobie Stock Cooper Bevis-Chedgy Bailey Meyer Joshua DuVallon James Perry Zac Ryan Nathan Kelly Christian Villella Thomas Sonsie Damon Crawford

16 17 17 19 20 21 26 27 35 40 60

Jacob Richardson Jayden Adolph Jordain McNay Ben Butcher Harry Luke Lachlan Jones Jack Sabatinelli Lachlan Anderson Adam McNee Zac Taylor Jake Halley Liam Duncanson

Q4


DIVISION 3

ROUND 2: SATURDAY 14 APRIL 2018

TEMPLESTOWE Senior Coach: Craig Decorsey Res Coach: Travis Wason Ground: Templestowe Reserve, Porter St, Templestowe (Melways 33 G4) Ph: 9846 1478. Colours: Three white V-stripes with purple background, purple shorts.

1 2 3 4 5 6 6 7 9 11 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 24 26 27 28 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 37 38 39 40 41 42

Sam Kirby Ollie Lodge Matt Nagel David Di Stefano Billy Lodge Lachlan MacAllister Josh Waters Daniel Cripps Matt Bain Gus Growney Jamie Bain Daniel Pearce Jesse Wilson Alex Brown Tom May Jordan Walker Adrian Fancellu Tom Blake Max Blake Aaron Tribuzio Matthew Zukiewicz Taylor Potter Nathan Franklin Simon Harris James Zukiewicz James Waldon Tim Waters Jacob Pylka Sam Casalaz Joel Dicarla Harris Phaedonos Mark Ferraro Sam Clark Robert Urquhart Jnr Travis Wason Josh Dawson Jack Wilson

Q1

Q2

43 44 46 47 49 51 52 53 55 56 57 61 62 70 71 72

Jack Price Paul Fiorenza Adam Prestigiacomo Nick Worthing Jamie Van Kerckhof Evan Phaedonos Dean Papanicolaou Liam Webb Scott Wason Nathan Ruggeri Rowan Peters Robin Zhou Nicholas Phaedonos Tyler Brown Robert Swan Nick Clohesy

TEMPLESTOWE: After last weekend’s encounter with the Boronia Hawks, we re-assess our journey to the Magpies Nest at Scoresby this weekend. Boronia certainly brought the heat to Porter St Round 1, our Under 19’s performed well going down by only 11 points with Jordan Giovannucci, Josh Costin and Liam Reid 2 goals each, BOG Cameron Williams. Debut Coach Ryan Bain pleased with the effort encouraging Team Rules and discipline. The Reserves numbers were depleted supporting the Seniors, Coach Travis Wason fielded an enthusiastic team who were out gunned at every break by the Hawks. 2 goals to James Waldon and 1 to Matt Nagle, BOG was Harris Phaedonos. The Seniors certainly made a contest in Q1 but slipped back for the remainder of the game going down by 103 points. Single goals to Matt Bain, Sam Clark and Ollie Lodge. BOG to Billy Lodge in the back 6 who were tested time and again by the Hawks forwards and mid field unit. Keep your Diary open for the Ladies Lunch / Past Players Day on 21st April at the Wharf. Tickets for the Ladies Lunch through Nicole Muleta and “Be There” for the Past Players V Donvale for the Tony Smith Medal Presentation. Player Function 1 details to be announced for the 28th April. Thanks to sponsors Cambridge, Jellis Craig, PSC Insurance, Emerge Health and Maximus Catering. GO STOWE. ” Tempy Footy, we love it”– CQR.

Q3

Q4

UNDER 19 Coach: R. Bain 1 3 4 5 6 8 9 10 11 12 13 14

Nathan Scaglione Marcus Pillot Liam Reed Shea McNutt Calum Best Samuel Mills Mark Pallozi Nick Mustafa Julian Toppi Luke Fitzsimons Lachlan Carter Joshua Costin

www.efl.org.au

15 Chris Massarotti 16 Jack O’Shaughnessy 17 Francesco Lepore 19 Will Leaumont 20 Tom Brenchley 23 Bailey Foote 44 Darcy Ebzery 69 Max Thomas

47


DIVISION 3 BORONIA:

BORONIA Senior Coach: Matt Clark Res Coach: Craig Brockley Ground: Tormore Reserve, Tormore Rd, Boronia (Melways 64 J9) Ph: 9762 7850. Colours: Brown jumper with gold hawk, brown shorts.

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 25R 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 37 38 39

Ryan Henderson Luke Hannon Nathan Allen Brett Casterson Sean Bell Andrew Phillips Corey Burgess Josh Hannon Jordan Granland Chris McDonald Jarrod Lake Damon Fairchild Lachlan Watson Jess Bolton Dayne Ruff Matt Buzinskas Lachlan McKernan Thomas Dodd Brenton McAlpine Scott Nicholas Nick Heuston Matt Geraghty Jayden Collins Ryan Warren Braydon Bowes Nicholas Stamatakos Sam Goldsack Luke Leeson Julian Rambaldo Jake Godwin Jacob Paterson Dane Romano Luke Johnson Ryan Miller Luke Biddau Caelan Murrihy Jarryd Rutherford Ryan White Jesse Rosomacki Zak Robinson-Summerfield

Q1

Q2

40 41 42 43 44 45 47 49 51 52 58 59 60 61 64 67 70 71 72 73 74 75 76 77 79 80 81 TBA

Brayden Wright Kane Milde Brenden Rapisarda Cameron Flanagan Damon Webb Harry Burgess Tyler Steele Michael Goldsack Zac Dower Ben Robertson Jayden Purdon Lindsay Palmer Michael Bruce Josh Collins Dylan Dower Michael Smith Nick Carrodus Patrick Kinniff Hayden Betts Rhys Migues Zack Brasher Jourdon Stamatakos Kyle Notley Jake Whitmore Sam Fung Tyler Dower Anthony Biddau Nick Heuston

Q3

Q4

UNDER 19 Coach: Andrew Wright Ben Anderson Will Arndt Brody Aughterson Josh Baker Bailey Campbell Harvey Chinn Connor De Boer Tyler Dower Fletcher Duke Hayden Emslie Harry Fewson Lee Fletcher

48

The Eastern Footballer

James Hoffman Tyler Griffiths Jackson Lech John McDonald Jake Mellis Trent Mellis William Morrison Hamish Mountain Jack Mueller Kyle Notley James O’Neill Luke Sturdy

Sean Tunstall Ryan Williams


DIVISION 3

ROUND 2: SATURDAY 14 APRIL 2018

WAVERLEY BLUES

WAVERLEY BLUES:

Senior Coach: Bryce McGain Res Coach: Daniel Griffin Ground: Mt Waverley Reserve, Fleet St, Mt Waverley. (Melways 61 F12) Ph: 9807 0169. Colours: Blue jumper with white & red lightning strikes across left shoulder, navy blue shorts. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 37

Dwayne Wathen Daniel Molloy Simon Hawkins Jake Twycross Sam Mier Dylan Luxa Daniel Playsted Tyson Hale Lindsay Gilbee Paul Savage Matthew Sharpe Michael Hogan Ned Slater James Hansen Mark Edgley Dylan Cole Tommy Miles Jackson Dear Lachie McKinley Luke Sims Tom Gill Billy Evans Toby Pinwall Wes Smith Ben Turner Ryan Serpanchy Alex Playsted Mitch Hayes James Coghlan Kurt Benjamin Ed Dalton Matthew Harrison Michael Foley Cam Robinson Al Feary George Ouzas Callum Marini

Q1

Q2

38 39 40 41 42 43 44 45 46 49 50 51 52 55 58 60

Riess McLeod Brock Leydon Sam Le Cerf Luke Price Matt Gregory Ryan Twycross Tom Connolly Ben Walker Rob Tomlin Michael Robinson Josh Betham Taso Tsiounis Nick Goodwin Riley Collier-Dawkins Will Bendle Ethan Story

Q3

Q4

UNDER 19 Coach: Bryce McGain 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13

Rory Kinsella Jow Facey Max Fairnie Kyle Viccars Sam Withers Hugh McConaghy Ryan Smith Cale Johnston Zac Mullin Ryan McNamara Jimi Roufos Zac Jones Hayden Boyce

www.efl.org.au

14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26

Vis Aravinthan James McPhee Max Dawe Daniel McCarthy Cooper Mori Omar Mohammad Sam Hale George Tsitzikas Jayson Miller Nathaniel Elford Lachlan Maclean Shea Kluwer Jaye O’Connell

27 28 29 30 31

Kevin Zammit Nick Buckley Jack Strongman Riley Collier Sam Johnson

49


DIVISION 3 FERNTREE GULLY EAGLES: Football - Last week FTG played South Belgrave in a thriller under lights. We thank South Belgrave for their hospitality in their new club rooms. The under 19’s were defeated by 42 points. Our boys played hard all day but ran out of legs in last quarter. In the best were: B. Cox, J. Campbell, T. Gasparroni, L. Hallo, E. Kiker and J. Browne. The development squad started the season strongly, with a 132 win. In the best: M. Caligiuri, J. Crowe, M. Edwards, C. Quirk, J. Brown and R. Aitken The senior squad opened the season under lights in a hard fought 54 point win. We had two debutant players in, Dylan Eacott and Lachlan Young, playing their first games of senior footy. Recruits Jared Lepore and Mitch Tsirtsikos played their first senior game for the club. In the best: J. Cavarra, K. Gray, K. Knoops, C. Cox, L. Young and A. Cavarra Netball - Netball returns this week on Friday, hoping to see as many people there to support the girls. Upcoming Events Night Game – Commemorate the Unveiling of our New Lights Saturday the 21st of April. U19’s 2.00pm, Dev Squad 4.00pm, Seniors 6.00pm Wally Tew Reserve Anzac Day Breakfast at Wally Tew after the Dawn Service at the Quarry. Meet at Wally Tew at 5.30am. Back to School Night Saturday 28th of April, 7:30pm Wally Tew Reserve

FERNTREE GULLY EAGLES Senior Coach: Peter Farrell Res Coach: Sebastian Colakidis Ground: Ferntree Gully Reserve, Glenfern Rd, Ferntree Gully (Melways 74 B5) Ph: 9758 9880 Colours: Blue and white vertical stripes, eagle emblem, blue shorts. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 12r 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 19R 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 33R 34 Q1

Harry McAleese Chris Waldron Michael Caligiuri Nicholas Hallo Mitch Tsirtsikos John Cavarra Sam Crocker Malith Amarasekera Patrick Turner Nicholas Evans Jye Goodman Jared Lepore Jackson Gardiner Michael Topp Rick Aitkin Lachlan Young Nicholas Knoops Josh O’Brien Jake Crowe Kieran Gary Patrick Cafferkey Lee Boyle Frank Didonato Lachlan Kennedy Jacob Farrell Ryan Minahan Sam Griffiths-Lewino Michael Edwards Dylan Eacott Chris Cox Andrew Cavarra Brendan Blizzard Chad Quirk James Buckingham Blake Sheeley Sebastian Colakidis Tim Parker Q2

50

The Eastern Footballer

Alex Barton-Smith Luke Parker Marcus Paterson Jye Dulieu Gavin Kalisperis Cory Tuckey Damon Maynard Ethan King Jack Nelson Jayden Brown Luke Morgan James Bohan Jake Siewert Jared Derksoin Cameron Young Tobias Wietrzyk Jake Harper Jacob Beard Nickolas Leenheers Brayden Siewert Tristan Curtis

Q3

UNDER 19

0401367886 www.schroederandwallis.com.au

35 36 37 38 39 41 42 43 44 45 46 48 49 50 52 53 54 55 66 77 80

Coach: John Turner 1 2 3 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 20 24

Kylie McIntyre Jai Schroeder Jake Browne Liam Cahill James Campbell Hayden Harvey Jared Purcell Loagn Hallo Jonathon Harding Riley Zealand Jarrod O’Donnell Brock Perrett

25 43 42 53 34 54

Sam Evans Ethan King Damon Maynard Tobias Wietrzyk Timothy Parker Jake Harper

Q4


DIVISION 3

ROUND 2: SATURDAY 14 APRIL 2018

CHIRNSIDE PARK:

CHIRNSIDE PARK Senior Coach: Alan Love Res Coach: Glenn Curran Ground: Kimberley Reserve, Kimberley Drive, Chirnside Park (Melways 37 F3) Ph: 9726 9304 Colours: Black, white & gold vertical panels with panther emblem, black shorts. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 37

Michael Baldwin Dean Prizmic Dylan Agnew Andreas Roth Kurt Bradshaw Jackson Coultard Harley Chambers Dean Giles Damien Frisina Luke London Aaron McNab Stuart London Jai Hardwick Mitch Wilson Cain Eisele Kris Renkema Steven Young Jack Wilson Dean Mitchell Johno Stewart Daniel Lewis Greg McGleish Ward Rakei Luke Wilson Josh Johnson Riley Griffiths Aaron Stevens Keiran Urqhart Sam MciIwaine Mark Buttler Rob Sandy Lachlan Eagleton Mitch Tranter James Cooney Anthony Harmon Luke Hanscomb Justin Pettinella

Q1

38 39 40 41 42 43 44 45 46 47 48 49 50 51 52 53 54 55 56 57 58 63 98

Q2

Luke O’Neill Luke Smith Scott Morrison Cameron Mitchell Liam Flannigan Xavier Calgaro Liam Carusi Michael Gibson Josh Baker Daniel Stanley Luke Folino Michael Cooney Bryce Harte Aaron Birt Darren Skillern Anthony Thomas Regen Daniel Jordan Marsh Stephen Thomsen Aaron Pettinella Darren Makrides Taylan Hall Ryan Gromadovski

Q3

Q4

UNDER 19 Coach: Scott Morrison 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12

Alex Closter Ben Nichols Brody Barton Bryce Crockford Daniel Wulf Dylan Butler Jake Puckering Lachlan Meloni Liam Evans Luke Flannigan Mark Wisley Sam King

www.efl.org.au

13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24

Seth McDonnell Thomas Elliott Thomas Hardstaff Travis Allison Tyler Birchall Tyler Burnett Tyson Walker Sam Wood Joel Dunn Sam Maddern Laclan Stephenson Harvey Wilson

ADIANT RR JEWELLERS 51


DIVISION 3 THE BASIN: The Basin football Netball club would like to make welcome our new recruits, coaches and their families to the Bear Cave. For our first home game this season and welcome back all members & supporters for 2018. This year promises to be an exciting year for the club with history making senior women’s team hitting the paddock for the first time ever. Good luck to John Hayhurst (coach) and the girls on their new adventure. The Football department has recruited heavily in the off season and has appointed Justin Stanton new senior coach, Jarret Drake senior assistant, Jarrod Heenan development squad and Greg Grandland reappointed as under 19 coach. Hopefully with a new game plan, boost in playing strength with the core of last year’s young guns and old experienced heads without getting ahead of ourselves The Holy Grail could be within our reach. With 3 great wins last week against Warrandyte to open the season can only be positive. Special mention to Club Captain Trevor Mills (BOG) in his last quarter efforts to help us kick away to 29 point victory. With all the new faces around the club please make them feel welcome to the Bear Cave. To keep up to date with all news regarding the club please check out Facebook and on our website. It’s going to be a great year, make sure you’re on board as a member, supporter or player and help continue the rapid growth of The Basin Football and Netball Club. GO BEARS Grrrrr!!!

THE BASIN Senior Coach: Justin Stanton Res Coach: Jarrod Heenan Ground: Batterham Reserve, Miller Road, The Basin (Melways 65 D7). Ph: 9761 0320. Colours: Red & green vertical stripes, red shorts.

1 Josh Adams 2 Mitch Rule 3 Jarred Bell 4 Clinton Jones 5 Luke Watson 6 Max Kruger 7 Trevor Mills (C) 8 Lachlan Cripps 9 Sean Carlos 10 Nathan Prosser 11 Michael Thompson 12 James Symnes 13 Jackson Kean 14 Jayden Brown 15 Jono Morris 16 Daniel Galante 16R Scott Mackay 17 Cameron Cripps 18 Matthew Hayhurst 19 Jono Pitman 20 Nathan Freeling 21 Beau Dowler 22 Kieren Roberts 23 Joel Robertson 24 Jordan Roberts 25 Joshua Swainston 26 Lachie Roberts 28 Dayne Barclay 29 Ashley Butler 30 Lachie Kruger 30R Adam Percy 31 Shane Hamilton 32 Dylan Thierauf 33 Nick Callanan 34 Jackson Macaulay 35 Jordan Thomas 36 Patty Garrity Q1

Q2

37 39 40 41 42 43 44 45 46 47 48 49 50 52 53 54 55 56 58 59 60 61 62 63 64 65 66 68 69 71 77 99

Aaron Findlay Dean Makin Andrew Battye Michael Oxley Chris Caulfield Conner Edwards Mitch Brown Jayden Mauchline Liam Pollard Josh Hensler Jayson Banks Lachie Bell Josh Ogston Callum Bell Jarred Sawyers Bailey Hobbs Mitch Wallace Jarrod Hardy Steven Atkinson Anthony Duke Ryan Cowan Mitch Hartrick Jason Mickelson Adam Gleeson Jake Halley Dean Jukic Alex Winters Bruce Maybus Ryder Kennedy Oscar Laybourne Justin Hutchinson-Drake Jordan Chircop

Q3

Q4

UNDER 19 Coach: Greg Granland 2 3 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14

52

The Eastern Footballer

Liam Pollard Callum Bell Jordan Thomas Adam Gleeson Corey Simcocks Brandon Goodman Mitchell Wallace Jason Mickelson Antoun Dib Jack Swindell Jason Banks Jai Armstrong

17 19 23 25 27 28 31 32 38 44 46 48

Bailey Hobbs Travis Arnol Jayden Mauchline Jamie Battersby Damon Nicolson Tom Gibson Brayden Halamoutis Troy Jamieson Liam Walter Tom Edwards Jared Nash Jackson Moody

51 Nick Caulfield 52 Jarrod Sawyers 54 Josh Ogston Jack Dobson Taylor Phillpots


DIVISION 3

ROUND 2: SATURDAY 14 APRIL 2018

RINGWOOD Senior Coach: Brett Rowe Res Coach: Geoff Brereton Ground: Jubilee Park, Greenwood Ave, Ringwood (Melways 49 H10) Ph: 9870 7947. Colours: Black jumper with white lightning strike vee, black shorts.

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 37

Daniel Atwell Trent Farmer (C) Mitchell Jackson Brandon Stelfox Pat Burmeister Jamie Atkinson Jesse Matthews Nathan Cairns Luke Davis Daniel Collier Zac Callinan Jack Blyth David Headland Michael Grierson James Katsiavos Mitch Farmer Kyle Matthews Stephen Burns Dylan Blackburn Ben Power Harry George Scott Laing Steven Brown Keiran Hill Kelvin Grieg Declan Hill Mitch Brereton Nick Da Prue Shaun Lucas Daniel Jordanov Cameron Laing Tim Waack Jayden Cairns Joe Wilkinson Aaron Boone Justin Dight Michael Sawyer

Q1

www.efl.org.au

Q2

38 39 40 41 42 43 44 45 46 47 48 49 50 51 52 54 55 56 57 59 88

Q3

Anthony McCann Jae Darbyshire Jack George Mitch Jacobs Jack Kavanagh Josh Allen Luke Way Kyle Pertzel Dakoda Cannon Jack Wadley James Shambroook Kieren Davis Daniel Bartholomeusz Jake Keogh Jaime Pope Lachlan Pavlovic Michael Jones Josh Lay Jesse Zankovic Luke Percy Dylan Van Praet

RINGWOOD: The Seniors started their season off in good style with an impressive win against Heathmont last weekend and in doing so it saw us retain The Parker Family Cup. Nothing separated the sides in a tight first half and it was in the third quarter we slowly managed to get on top and opened up a handy lead which saw us maintain it to the final siren. In an even team display our new recruits all displayed good performances and showed everyone they will be good acquisitions to the club over the season. It was a different story in the Reserves with Heathmont proving to be better drilled and fitter than our boys and inflicted a disappointing first up loss. Hard work on the training track is needed to turn things around and hopefully the boys can show what their capable of this week. Redback memberships are now available so to show your true support to the club see Don Burns to purchase and enjoy the benefits and discounts it brings. Next Saturday night in the rooms we are holding a player auction and all players, supporters and members are invited to attend and bid for the players groups they wish to buy with good rewards on offer for the successful winner throughout the year. Today we travel to take on The Basin and hope to see the Seniors make it two from two and the Reserves open their account for the year. Good luck to all players and coaches for todays games.

Q4

53


DIVISION 3 SOUTH BELGRAVE: Last Saturday the club

SOUTH BELGRAVE

was finally able to show off our new club rooms for the first time under lights against our old arch rival Ferntree Gully - and the balmy autumn evening did not disappoint! Our new rooms and facilities survived the first test, but like anything new, there will be plenty of tweaks and adjustments to get things right throughout the year ahead. The senior game was the main highlight with crowds starting to swell (gate takings similar to last years night game v FTG) just after 6pm. The game was played at high intensity with scores only one point apart at the main break. We rallied early in the last quarter but FTG proved too strong over the four quarters to take the points deservedly for the Colby Cup. On a pleasing note, 18 of our 22 players that played have come through our junior ranks and we remain steadfast on this strategy of junior development into the senior ranks for the clubs future success and stability as a community club. Senior best players: R.Punnett, B. Neurath, A. Bakens, L.Topp, P. Costa, S.Brown Our reserves were shown a lesson from FTG with a solid loss, but will regroup as they do and bounce back next week. Reserves best players: A.Pendlebury, M.Ward, D.Blomeley, B.Reid, J.Maddox, S.O’Meara The U/19’s played a rusty first game with scores almost deadlocked at three quarter time. The boys put the foot down in the final term to overrun an undermanned FTG. U/19 best players: L.McGill, K.Rushton, B.Carlton, J.Ryan, L.Solomon, A.Bennett This week, we welcome Heathmont and look forward to having another opportunity to improve both on and off the field.

Senior Coach: Robert Johns Res Coach: Jeremy Cameron/Dave Huglin Ground: Belgrave South Recreation Reserve, Mount Morton Road, South Belgrave. (Melways 84 F4) Ph: 9754 3595 Colours: Black with Red and white V, Black shorts. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 36 37 38 Q1

Ricardo Daraio Cameron Hansen (DVC) Daniel Cormack Tom Hallinan (C) Alex Bakens (DVC) Phil Costa Anthony Daraio Harry O’Neil Aaron Purvis Jay Visser Steve Colosimo Stephen O’Meara Riley Punnett Brad Conder (VC) Nick Stow Trent Bartels Dean Spark Piva Wright Jay Robertson Taylem Withers (DVC) Michael Horton (RC) Bryce O’Hara Matt Young Harvey Moore Jason Marlow Robert Hudson Darren Young Liam Williams Sean Bartels Dan Camille Callum Syme Sam Brown Adam Pendlebury Greg Spark Mitch Koski Danny Clarke Leon Mateariki Q2

39 40 42 43 44 45 46 47 50 51 52 53 54 55 56 57 58 59 60 61 62

Alex Benbow Duncan Atherton Jeremy Cameron Cameron Smith Luke Jones Darren Kennedy Liam Coughlan Andy Howell Cameron Young Peter Jeffree Aidan Kidd Peter Tecklenburg Kelsey Davies Jayden Maddox Hudson Solomon Lucas Topp Jake Phelan Jarrod Drew Bryan White Calum Murphy David Huglin

Q3

Q4

UNDER 19 Coach: Rik Crook 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12

54

The Eastern Footballer

Kyle Bliss Noah Vandelaak Aidan Kidd Jack Kelty Harvey Moore Declan Andreola David Cook Tom McGill Josh Ryan Nick Kirby Lloyd Solomon Sam Ready

13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 25 27

Riley Punnett James Price Luke Jones Trent Bartels Kieren Prys Damon Blomeley Jay Robertson Hudson Solomon (C) Ethan Nickless Mitch Jones Peter Jeffree (VC) Tyler Wills

28 Kade Perry-Riley 29 Oscar Grimes (VC) 36 Rhys Kozina


DIVISION 3

ROUND 2: SATURDAY 14 APRIL 2018

HEATHMONT Senior Coach: Joel Cordwell Res Coach: Guido Van Der Wal Ground: HE Parker Reserve, Heathmont Rd, Heathmont. (Melways 64 C2) Ph: 9729 0905 Colours: Blue with gold and white V, Blue shorts.

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 37

Tom Rourke Al Knudsen Lachie Sverns Jono Knudsen Anthony Bucello Jarrod Spurrell Nathan Parker Brent English Regan Davis Kevin Clark Gary Conyers Dylan Sverns Jesse Francis David Knowles Jordan Haynes Matt Decler Ben Abbruzzese Fin Brown Lucas Grierson Brent Honey Cam Evans Leigh Odermatt Rob Savory Ryan Young David Sindrey Bailey Stevens Alan Pettigrew Wade Van Leeuwen Chris Colombo Ryan Burleigh Alex McIntosh David O’Brien Jake Sherriff Jon Wynn Joel Merrett Ben Irvine Josh Kral

Q1

Q2

38 39 40 41 42 43 44 45 46 47 48 49 50 51 52 53 54 55 56 57 58 59

Jack McDonald Liam Douglas Matt Beasley Tyson Walshe Luke Casini Reuben Brown Sam Fowless Taylor Van Der Wal Henry Ballard Jack Hendricks Derek Scarratt Jack Leithhead Pat Schwalger David Short Connor Van Der Wal Rob Woods Jamie Campbell Jordan Gasparini Daniel Wynne James Kelly Daniel Morelli Nick Sellar

Q3

HEATHMONT: It was great to kick off the cobwebs in Round 1 and finally start the season. All teams were pumped to take the field and the HE oval looked a picture. It was a day of mixed results as we took on neighbours Ringwood, always a big day of football. A new look DSquad took to the field for the first game, as the U19’s had a bye and kick off their season today. It was great to see the juniors coming through the ranks to make their mark in Senior Footy. After a slow start with players from both sides trying to find their feet, the Jets took control and came home with a good win to start the season. The Seniors were playing to win back the Parker Cup. There were quite a few new faces amongst this team too. It was a scrappy game early on, with both sides trying to find the goals with limited success and both defences very strong. Although the Jets had more scoring shots, Ringwood prevailed and the Cup stays at Jubilee Park. Today we venture up the hills to South Belgrave – good luck to all teams. The Netballers started their campaign last night, check out the scores online. The Juniors start tomorrow and there will games at both Heatherdale and HE come down and support the boys and girls! The Woman’s team starts next week. Thanks to everyone that came back to the Double Denim night a good night was had by all. Don’t forget THE TRIVIA NIGHT on May 5th $10/h tables of 8, and LADIES LUNCH on May 12th $35/h see Anne Parker. Catch up on Facebook for all the news of visit www.heathmontjets.com

Q4

UNDER 19 Coach: Darren McNeil 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 9 10 11 12 13

Lachlan Purkis Trent Wynne Trey Braione Jake Herring Declan Browne Max Scotti Jack McNeil Will Deerbon Nick Harrison Jack Farrell Taylor Wallace Jimmy Von Eitzen

www.efl.org.au

14 15 16 17 18 19 22 23 24 25 26 27

Harry Isaacs Khaige Stenson Liam Di Biase Talby Dove Kane Ponton Jayaran Dove Harley Kielblock Jarrod Sedunary Joel Gosbell Michael Palmer Trent Schubert Reuben Brown

29 Nathan Amos 35 Harry Annal 36 Cameron Osborne

55


DIVISION 3 DONVALE: It was a disappointing start to the season last weekend, with all three teams losing to Waverley Blues. The Donvale boys have had a huge week on the track and are keen to atone for those defeats with strong performances in Round 2

DONVALE Senior Coach: Matt Fife Res Coach: Sam D’Argenio Ground: Donvale Reserve, Mitcham Road, Donvale. (Melways 48 F3) Colours: Black with Green and white V, Black shorts.

First home game for the year and we’re pleased to welcome our near neighbours from Warrandyte. We wish Warrandyte players, committee and supporters a warm welcome to Donvale. We’re expecting three cracking games of footy and look forward to sharing a drink and a yarn with Warrandyte after the game. Our junior boys and girls sides start Season 2018 tomorrow. With 8 boys and 5 girls teams, Donvale will be a busy place each and every Sunday. If you want to see even more great footy after today; get back down here again tomorrow to cheer on the Green Black and White juniors. Memberships remain on sale – see Diarmuid McAlary or Glenn Brindley to get on board the Vales Train. Bogan Bingo is on Friday night 27 April. Be sure to secure your table for a fantastic evening. Our 1988 Premiership reunion will be held at our next home game; Saturday April 28th. We have many new sponsors this season, but our major sponsors have continued from 2017. We are delighted to once again have Jellis Craig Doncaster as our premium sponsor and Donvale Flower Gallery are continuing their great support. Don’t forget to like and follow our Facebook and Instagram pages to stay right up to date with all things Donvale. www.donvalefc.com.au

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 37 Q1

Karl Toce Matt Fife Matt Leardi Jake McCormack Jack Purcell Sam D’Argenio Nathan Watts Josh Busch Kyle Wignell David Holland Hayden Cotsford Sam Coghlan Ben Lyall Nick Murphy Jeremy Grocott Tim Stanghi Nathan Mill Matt Sutherland Kristian Panyiotou Rob Finch Daniel Jones Ethan Duncan Jackson Freeman Josh Jordaan Pat Dillon Clay Crimmins Aaron D’Amato Jason Wade Stephen Latino Christopher Drakos James Schutz James Rausa Ryan Paterson Jono Tommasoni Mark Djordevic Sean Maher Nicholas Borghesi Q2

38 39 40 42 43 44 45 46 47 48 50 52 56 60 63 65 72

Daniel Moseley Chris Sutherland Dave Withers Luke Manion Travis Wells Craig Nicholson Tyler Haugh Dany Chaloub Mark Steele Jack Gladman Tyson Freeman Aiden Baggoley Tyrone Ingham Tierney Reid Daniel Clarke Josh Hocking Michael Trkulja

Q3

Q4

UNDER 19 Coach: Scott Hamilton 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 10 11 12

56

The Eastern Footballer

Christopher Rinkquest Jordan Willet Ethan Parkinson Jackson Rowe Matthew Pantou Sam Goldsmith Jack Hamilton Matt McDonald Noah Ebzery Jake Wade

13 James Gardner Drummond 14 Corey McNaughton 15 Bailey Thomas 16 Ronan Johnson 17 Lachlan McKenzie 18 Thomas Edwards 19 Jordan Haigh 20 Zachary Hunt 21 Angus Dullard 22 Nadi Hamzovski 24 Baylee Coulthard

28 Cooper Howard 29 Harrison Giles 32 Sam Michelangeli


DIVISION 3

ROUND 2: SATURDAY 14 APRIL 2018

WARRANDYTE Senior Coach: Anthony McGregor Res Coach: Clint Wheatley Ground: Warrandyte Reserve, Taroona Ave, Warrandyte. (Melways 35 C1) Ph: 9844 3112 Colours: Red jumper with white vee, red shorts. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 24 26 27 28 28R 29 30 32 33 34 35 36 38 39 40

Mitchell Buckley Lee Evans Tom Naughtin Lewis Oliver Sean Bowers Kyle Thompson Nick Johnson Luke Parker Michael Cullum Josh Meyers Lachlan Buckley Nikoda Brooking Josiah Bektash Troy Ratcliffe Campbell Prior Luke Brewis Tim Hookey Jordan Powell Rhys Brand Jesse Deer Josh Beasley Ben Richardson Bryce Leenaerts Max Jaffrey Andrew Briffa Syd Owen-Philip Charles Johnstone Taylor Hayton David Wilson Kyle Speers Luke Dunn Sam Beasley Josh Appleby Ruck Lochlan Matthew Munro Drew Corke Andrew White

Q1

Q2

41 43 44 45 47 49 50 51 52 53 54 55 56 58 60 62 63 66 68 67 74 75

Jack Poole Trent Parker Scott Ternes Grant Godwin Bailey Campbell Glen Ratten Josh Huntly Zeph Hilton Samuel Lee Brendan Ludbrook Jack Connoley Jason Richter Zac Ballard Michael Di Petta David Beasley Tim Beasley Zac Ratcliffe Gareth Hitchman Toby Versteegen Matthew Treeby Rick Templeton Luke Harris

Q3

WARRANDYTE: What was a perfect day for round 1 two teams come to play with an arm wrestle and both teams not giving an inch we put the first major on the board. A great crowd swelled as the day progressed and it was community football at its best. We had some great periods in the game, our commitment was second to none and our attack on the footy was relentless but we let ourselves down with 8-10 minutes of accountability in the last quarter and The Basin broke free. It was a disappointing loss but I do not think the end result (score) was a true reflection of how hard we played. The Reserves had a disappointing result and will be primed to bounce back. Our Under 19’s performed amazingly well with reduced numbers and all signs show that these boys have a very bright future. This week we venture to Donvale to play in a local derby.

Q4

UNDER 19 Coach: Dave Smith 3 4 5 6 8 10 15 18 19 23 25 27

William Smith Connor Martin Mackenzie Smead Lockier Durran Harry Smith Connor Huntly Quinn Clark Darcy Poole Callum Padfield Jake Trewella Adrian Balmian Ben Davies

www.efl.org.au

29 Tyson SprouleCarroll 31 David Wilson 38 Lachlan Richardson 40 Ryley Douglass 42 Steven Garrick 54 Harrison Smith 60 Lewis Downie

57


Prevention is better than cure. Protect yourself against injury with the Elastoplast Sport range of sports medicine products. Exclusively used by The Australian Physiotherapy Association, The Australian Institute of Sport and and many other elite sports clubs across Australia and New Zealand. For all your Sports Medicine needs.

3*(*% 453 3 "1 "11* 1*/( /( 5"1& 5 4 t &-"4 45* 5*$ $ "%)&4 4*7 *7&& #"/%"(&4 t )05$0-% #"/% % 1"$ "$, ,4t.06 065) 5)( (6"3% %4 Available from your preferred preferre ed Sports Medicine Wholesaler Who olesale er

www.elastoplastsport.com Customer Service: 1800 269933 toll free

ÂŽ=Reg. tm. Beiersdorf AG.

58

The Eastern Footballer

Always read the label. Use only as directed. If sympotms persist see your healthcare practitioner.


EASTERN RANGES By: Mitch Wynd

MATCH REPORT (BOYS) - R3 vs WESTERN JETS

MATCH REPORT (GIRLS) - R5 vs WESTERN JETS

WESTERN JETS - 7.14.56

WESTERN JETS - 6.0.36

EASTERN RANGES - 3.7.25

EASTERN RANGES - 5.1.31

In what was a very scrappy and at times unattractive match, the Ranges boys suffered their third loss of the season at the hands of the Western Jets.

In a very close-fought battle all day, the Eastern Ranges girls’ undefeated start to the season was broken by the Western Jets on Saturday.

Under bright sunshine and clear skies, both teams battled to find that final touch of class with their disposal, as proven by the inaccuracy on the scoreboard.

In perfect conditions at Williamstown, the first quarter was scoreless as both teams were able to repel each other between the 50 metre arcs.

Eastern actually kicked off proceedings with an early mark and goal to Todd Garner, and a little while later, Jack Kritopolous won a one-on-one footrace to get the team’s second before quarter time. Unfortunately, that’s where most of the positives ended - as the Jets kept the Ranges to just three more behinds until three-quarter time. If not for the Jets’ own inaccuracy, the margin could have bene much more substantial, as they led 2.12.24 to 2.6.18 at the final change. After holding on for so long, the floodgates opened, and the Jets kicked five goals in the final quarter alone to swiftly put an end to any hopes of Eastern pinching the four points. Billy McCormack kicked a consolation goal seconds before the final siren, leaving the final margin at 31 points. The day’s best players included Jarrod Gilbee, James Ross, Mitch Mellis, Ben Cardamone, Xavier Fry, and James Blanck.

Marina Taverna and Gabriella De Angelis both scored goals in the second quarter, however the opposition was able to match that with two goals of their own, leaving the scores tied at two goals apiece at half time. The same happened in the third quarter, as the two sides went goal for goal. Jessica Torney cleverly waited behind the pack to run into an open goal, while Laura McClelland used her reach to mark over the defenders and kick her 11th goal of the year. With the scores at 24 apiece at three-quarter time, De Angelis kicked an early fourth term goal to give the team vital momentum as time ticked by, but unfortunately, the Jets found two goals and held on to record their first ever win in TAC Cup Girls competition. Best players included Charlotte Wilson, Lauren Szigeti, Sarah Kendall, Laura McClelland, Gabriella De Angelis, and Mikala Cann. Ranges goalkickers were:

The day’s goalkickers were:

G De Angelis 2

T Garner

M Taverna

J Kritopolous

J Torney

B McCormack

L McClelland

The boys now have a week off to reset and prepare for a big game against the also-winless Geelong Falcons in Werribee on Saturday, April 21.

The team now has a weekend off, before returning to action on Saturday, April 21 against the Geelong Falcons in Geelong.

www.efl.org.au

59


DIVISION 4 COLDSTREAM: This week is all about one young man as we take on Whitehorse Pioneers in our first home game for the year, and that is Lawson Appleton, our Assistant Coach’s 7 year old stepson. Lawson was recently diagnosed with Acute Lymphoblastic Leukaemia and is currently fighting the battle of his life! Today we host a Worlds Greatest Shave where the players, supporters and Lawsons family and friends are going to get involved in shaving or colouring their hair to raise money to assist with the family and to donate to the Leukaemia Foundation. Lawson is a passionate sports fan and a big bombers supporter who looks up to many of the players around the football and cricket club so today is all about showing him that all those players along with the whole football and netball community are behind him on this unfortunate journey they are facing. Lawson, Leam, Tamara and family, the whole club is behind you guys giving you our love and support every step of the way! Lawson we hope today is a great day for you and you see just how much the boys think of you and are inspired by your courage! Enjoy every minute young fella...it’s all for you!!! We look forward to seeing everyone in the rooms after the game to watch the shaving and colouring! Hot finger food will be provided, raffles sold and donations collected so we welcome everyone in! A big thankyou to the Whitehorse Pioneers Football Club as well who jumped on board with their support without hesitation!! If you wish to donate to the Leukaemia Foundation you can find the link to “Lawsons Cougars” on our webpage coldstreamfnc.com or on our facebook page or if you wish to make a donation to the family you can contact the club at coldstreamfnc@outlook. com. Good luck today boys..... do Lawson proud!!! #lawsonscougars #sweepthesheds

COLDSTREAM Senior Coach: Chad Rogers Res Coach: Jamie Pegg Ground: Coldstream Reserve, Sth Gateway (off Maroondah Hwy), Coldstream. (Melways 281 B9) Ph: 9739 1984 Colours: Navy jumper with white vee, navy shorts. 1 2 3 3R 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 11R 12 13 13R 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 22R 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 31R 32 Q1

Aaron Brown Daniel Price Chris Whitchell Justin Roberts Rodney Williams Todd Clayton (VC) Jai Deacon Lauchy Craig (C) Chol Majok Daniel Versteegen Brendan Dickinson Darcy Carrigan (C) Jamie Pegg Shaun Bennett Sean McCarthy Lachlan Schack Dave Trueman Adam Burdick Cameron Shield Joshua McPhee Brad Wotton Jeff Akers Luke McPhee Daniel Witanga (RVC) Liam Koger Jordan Rice Paul Wagner Justin Wiggins Anthony Faulkner Austin Mcinerney Cameron Skelton Tobias Griffin Ruben Marks Lachlan Robertson Mitchell Edmonds Ashley Rankin Michael Hendley Q2

33 34 35 36 37 38 39 40 42 43 44 45 46 48 49 50 54 58 59 66 69 74 80 88 95 99

Sean Hartley Andrew Barling Darcy Fritsch Steven Stern Brodie Martin Ryan Provan Tim Smith (RC) James Daley (RC) Hayden Long Jack Lightbound Chris Bullas Christian Gerace Jake Hill Jonny Pignataro Anthony Hunter Jake Cronin Patrick Spendlove Seth Denny Matt Grant Chase Coley Michael Bennett Leam Doughty (Asst Coach) Mat Urmston (RVC) Ryan Kerr Kieran Hulm Scott Reece

Q3

Q4

UNDER 19 Coach: Dyson Baker 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12

60

The Eastern Footballer

Josh Hooimeyer Daniel Millen Alex Killender Jared Walls Dylan Post Jordan Michael Jake Millen Chris Samios Liam Rodda Anthony Smith Mitch Cummings James Nelson

13 14 15 16 17 18 19 21 24 30 42

John Paul Canavan Archer Kotsonis John Phillipou David Urbans Liam Farrelly Jake Elliott Callum Brady Max Wills Chuol Dot Yanni Billias Noal McCartinCollins

44 Aiden Winder 52 Mitchell Morris


DIVISION 4

ROUND 2: SATURDAY 14 APRIL 2018

WHITEHORSE PIONEERS

WHITEHORSE PIONEERS:

Senior Coach: Jamie Carpenter Res Coach: Dylan Tempany Ground: Springfield Park, Cnr Springfield & Dorking Rds, Box Hill North. (Melways 47 F7) Ph: 9898 5970 Colours: Maroon jumper with white side panels, Whitehorse emblem, maroon shorts. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 37

Andrew Padbury Damian Bertacco Noah Khan Charles Thorn Jordan Mitsou Michael McDougall Chris McDougall Tim Law Mitchell Ward Peter Zennaro Ed Sim Matthew Bertacco Daniel Tallariti Lachlan OBrien Aleksandar Kumurdian Matthew McCormack Joel Dalgleish Anthony Mariani Ricky Bevan Jordan Trevaskis Jacob Daley Jack Clydsdale Jesse Hockey Marcus Tippett Matthew Mariani Chris Job Christopher Ryan Nicholas Bertacco Maverick Gleed Thomas Connell Blake Celebi Daniel Van Hoof Michael Ferguson Nikolas Lucak Lachlan Smith Caleb Webb Chris Gilliland

Q1

Q2

38 39 40 41 42 43 44 45 46 47 48 49 50 51 53 54 55 1A 2A 7A 12A 13A 21A 22A

Adam Blythman Alistair Quinn Cameron Hunter Cedric Legrand Ross Berryman Paul Fioenza Dan Bonnett David Richardson Ryan Conway Arjuna Le Gros Michael Tozer Louis Wain Shaun Nolan Mosese Vakatovola Chris Dunlop Alex Townsend Paul Eidem Cameron Webb Shaw Stone Bailey Maillia Sean Fitzgerald Dylan Tempany Anthony Morse Harry Thorn

Q3

Q4

UNDER 19 Coach: Zane Job 1 2 7 9 10 13 14 16 17 19 21 24 27

Aidan Mulhern Tom Prerrett James Wright Zavier Fry Josh Taylor Tommy Geissel Matt Pritchard Jack Reid Harrison Thddis Noah Stoffels Kingsley Giles Daniel Tallariti Sam Vassiliou

www.efl.org.au

30 31 32 37 38 40

Baron Chu Richie Keane Nekta Adamopoulos Ben Hillman Angus Mardle Miller Bartholomew

61


GA R O M D GA R O M D A R O M D A R O M D A R O M D A R O M D A R M A G E IO M A G E IO M A G E IO M A G E IO M A G E IO M A G E IO M A GA E R DIO AM RAD GA E R DIO AM RAD GA E R DIO AM RAD GA E R DIO AM RAD GA E R DIO AM RAD GA E R DIO AM RAD GA E R O ME AD GA E R IO ME AD GA E R IO ME AD GA E R IO ME AD GA E R IO ME AD GA E R IO ME AD GA E R IO ME A GA R IO M AD GA R IO M AD GA R IO M AD GA R IO M AD GA R IO M AD GA R IO M AD GA R O ME AD GA E R IO ME AD GA E R IO ME AD GA E R IO ME AD GA E R IO ME AD GA E R IO ME AD GA E R IO ME A GA R IO M AD GA R IO M AD GA R IO M AD GA R IO M AD GA R IO M AD GA R IO M AD GA R O ME AD GA E R IO ME AD GA E R IO ME AD GA E R IO ME AD GA E R IO ME AD GA E R IO ME AD GA E R IO ME A GA R IO M AD GA R IO M AD GA R IO M AD GA R IO M AD GA R IO M AD GA R IO M AD GA R O ME AD GA E R IO ME AD GA E R IO ME AD GA E R IO ME AD GA E R IO ME AD GA E R IO ME AD GA E R IO ME A GA R IO M AD GA R IO M AD GA R IO M AD GA R IO M AD GA R IO M AD GA R IO M AD GA R O ME AD GA E R IO ME AD GA E R IO ME AD GA E R IO ME AD GA E R IO ME AD GA E R IO ME AD GA E R IO ME A GA R IO M AD GA R IO M AD GA R IO M AD GA R IO M AD GA R IO M AD GA R IO M AD GA R O ME AD GA E R IO ME AD GA E R IO ME AD GA E R IO ME AD GA E R IO ME AD GA E R IO ME AD GA E R IO ME A GA R IO M AD GA R IO M AD GA R IO M AD GA R IO M AD GA R IO M AD GA R IO M AD GA R O ME AD GA E R IO ME AD GA E R IO ME AD GA E R IO ME AD GA E R IO ME AD GA E R IO ME AD GA E R IO ME A GA R IO M AD GA R IO M AD GA R IO M AD GA R IO M AD GA R IO M AD GA R IO M AD GA R O ME AD GA E R IO ME AD GA E R IO ME AD GA E R IO ME AD GA E R IO ME AD GA E R IO ME AD GA E R IO ME A GA R IO M AD GA R IO M AD GA R IO M AD GA R IO M AD GA R IO M AD GA R IO M AD GA R O ME AD GA E R IO ME AD GA E R IO ME AD GA E R IO ME AD GA E R IO ME AD GA E R IO ME AD GA E R IO ME A GA R IO M AD GA R IO M AD GA R IO M AD GA R IO M AD GA R IO M AD GA R IO M AD GA R O ME AD GA E R IO ME AD GA E R IO ME AD GA E R IO ME AD GA E R IO ME AD GA E R IO ME AD GA E R IO ME A GA R IO M AD GA R IO M AD GA R IO M AD GA R IO M AD GA R IO M AD GA R IO M AD GA R O ME AD GA E R IO ME AD GA E R IO ME AD GA E R IO ME AD GA E R IO ME AD GA E R IO ME AD GA E R IO ME A GA R IO M AD GA R IO M AD GA R IO M AD GA R IO M AD GA R IO M AD GA R IO M AD GA R O ME AD GA E R IO ME AD GA E R IO ME AD GA E R IO ME AD GA E R IO ME AD GA E R IO ME AD GA E R IO ME A GA R IO M AD GA R IO M AD GA R IO M AD GA R IO M AD GA R IO M AD GA R IO M AD GA R O ME AD GA E R IO ME AD GA E R IO ME AD GA E R IO ME AD GA E R IO ME AD GA E R IO ME AD GA E R IO ME A GA R IO M AD GA R IO M AD GA R IO M AD GA R IO M AD GA R IO M AD GA R IO M AD GA R O ME AD GA E R IO ME AD GA E R IO ME AD GA E R IO ME AD GA E R IO ME AD GA E R IO ME AD GA E R IO ME A GA R IO M AD GA R IO M AD GA R IO M AD GA R IO M AD GA R IO M AD GA R IO M AD GA R O ME AD GA E R IO ME AD GA E R IO ME AD GA E R IO ME AD GA E R IO ME AD GA E R IO ME AD GA E R IO ME A GA R IO M AD GA R IO M AD GA R IO M AD GA R IO M AD GA R IO M AD GA R IO M AD GA R O ME AD GA E R IO ME AD GA E R IO ME AD GA E R IO ME AD GA E R IO ME AD GA E R IO ME AD GA E R IO ME A GA R IO M AD GA R IO M AD GA R IO M AD GA R IO M AD GA R IO M AD GA R IO M AD GA R O ME AD GA E R IO ME AD GA E R IO ME AD GA E R IO ME AD GA E R IO ME AD GA E R IO ME AD GA E R IO ME A GA R IO M AD GA R IO M AD GA R IO M AD GA R IO M AD GA R IO M AD GA R IO M AD GA R O ME AD GA E R IO ME AD GA E R IO ME AD GA E R IO ME AD GA E R IO ME AD GA E R IO ME AD GA E R IO ME A GA R IO M AD GA R IO M AD GA R IO M AD GA R IO M AD GA R IO M AD GA R IO M AD GA R O ME AD GA E R IO ME AD GA E R IO ME AD GA E R IO ME AD GA E R IO ME AD GA E R IO ME AD GA E R IO ME A GA R IO M AD GA R IO M AD GA R IO M AD GA R IO M AD GA R IO M AD GA R IO M AD GA R O ME AD GA E R IO ME AD GA E R IO ME AD GA E R IO ME AD GA E R IO ME AD GA E R IO ME AD GA E R IO ME A GA R IO M AD GA R IO M AD GA R IO M AD GA R IO M AD GA R IO M AD GA R IO M AD GA R O ME AD GA E R IO ME AD GA E R IO ME AD GA E R IO ME AD GA E R IO ME AD GA E R IO ME AD GA E R IO ME A GA R IO M AD GA R IO M AD GA R IO M AD GA R IO M AD GA R IO M AD GA R IO M AD GA R O ME AD GA E R IO ME AD GA E R IO ME AD GA E R IO ME AD GA E R IO ME AD GA E R IO ME AD GA E R IO ME A A A

O

DIVISION 4

GLEN WAVERLEY HAWKS: The Glen Waverley Hawks kicked off round one of the season with an away game at Whitehorse. With a strong preseason showing and plenty of new recruits the excitement for round one was high.

While not the result we wanted there were still plenty of positives to take out of the game, and now we look forward to our first home game playing East Burwood in what is to be the grand opening of our new facilities, with a luncheon and guest speaker Sam Kekovich to mc the event.

In social news, the first player function of the year is approaching fast, with the college frat partyx night being held on the 21st of April.

62

The Eastern Footballer

GLEN WAVERLEY HAWKS

Whitehorse started strong and lead the game most of the day with some fumbly play from our team as a whole and some missed opportunities leading to Whitehorse coming out 38 point victors. Mitchell Potts had a very strong showing in the second half while Jack Steinfort was a strong contributor all day. Senior Coach: Ryan Flack Res Coach: Brad Matthews Ground: Central Reserve, Springvale Road, Glen Waverley. (Melways 71 B5) Ph: 9887 9696 Colours: Blue jumper with gold and white side panels and gold hawk emblem, blue shorts.

1 Andrew Murray 2 Aaron Riddle 3 Mitchell Potts 4 Dan Eastman 5 Ryan Goold 6 Gavin Cruse 7 Jesse Dunne 8 Billy Huxtable 9 Beau Parthenides 10 Daniel Eggington 11 Tom Eddy 12 Matthew Ferguson 12R Andrew Gellatly 13 Oliver Wisniewski 14 Josh McMillan 15 Toby McMillan 16 Paul Tyler 17 Ryan Buttner 18 Jared Lapsley 19 Evan Pickering 20 Tim Cook 21 Brad Riddle 22 Luke Broad 23 Tim Pape 24 Jason Pitts 25 Ben Sullivan 26 Andrew Humpries 28 Sean Williams 29 Brad Matthews 30 Ryan Newey 31 Jack Steinfort 32 Dave Edebohls 33 Joel Wille 34 Sean Murphy 35 Julian Wong 36 Ben Pickering 37 Paul Sinden

Q1

1 4 5 6 7 11 15 16 17 18 19 20

Q2

Dennis Stamatopoulos Josh Middleton Jack Breteler Kodey Logan Sean Bell Lachie Pickering Matt O’Dwyer Fraser Kenny (VC) Jordan Wright Anthoiny Vuljovic Lachie Jackson Ryan Fitzpatrick (C)

22 23 24 25 27 29 30 31 33 35 40 41

38 39 40 41 42 43 44 45 46 47 48 49 50 51 54 55 59

Matt Eaton Max Reilly (VC) Matt Usatov James White Nic Dore Matt Jenkins Pat Willett Matt Sevior Ben Gray-Fraser Dan Clarke Harry Jones Nick Ainsworth

Brandon Hodges James Clare Adam Amin Nick Dore Robbie Small Myles Viney Rhys Burton Zaal Khariwala Luke Sinden Leigh Dickfos Lachie Caldwell Lachie Sheaf Sam Buckley Jason Clothier Campbell Gough Anthony Scarcella Will O’shea

Q3

Q4

Glen Waverley Eagles Coach: Andrew Pinto

UNDER 19

43 44 46 48 50 52 53 57 58 91

Aaron Mason Nick Pearson Jordan McGowan Jack Whitbourn Josh Keyte Anthony Jenkins Bailey Stevens Seamus Bolton Zac Trotter Joe Plant


GA E R DIO AM AD GA E R DIO AM AD GA E R DIO AM AD GA E R DIO AM AD GA E R DIO AM AD GA E R DIO AM AD GA E R O ME AD GA E R IO ME AD GA E R IO ME AD GA E R IO ME AD GA E R IO ME AD GA E R IO ME AD GA E R IO ME A GA R IO M AD GA R IO M AD GA R IO M AD GA R IO M AD GA R IO M AD GA R IO M AD GA R O ME AD GA E R IO ME AD GA E R IO ME AD GA E R IO ME AD GA E R IO ME AD GA E R IO ME AD GA E R IO ME A GA R IO M AD GA R IO M AD GA R IO M AD GA R IO M AD GA R IO M AD GA R IO M AD GA R O ME AD GA E R IO ME AD GA E R IO ME AD GA E R IO ME AD GA E R IO ME AD GA E R IO ME AD GA E R IO ME A GA R IO M AD GA R IO M AD GA R IO M AD GA R IO M AD GA R IO M AD GA R IO M AD GA R O ME AD GA E R IO ME AD GA E R IO ME AD GA E R IO ME AD GA E R IO ME AD GA E R IO ME AD GA E R IO ME A GA R IO M AD GA R IO M AD GA R IO M AD GA R IO M AD GA R IO M AD GA R IO M AD GA R O ME AD GA E R IO ME AD GA E R IO ME AD GA E R IO ME AD GA E R IO ME AD GA E R IO ME AD GA E R IO ME A GA R IO M AD GA R IO M AD GA R IO M AD GA R IO M AD GA R IO M AD GA R IO M AD GA R O ME AD GA E R IO ME AD GA E R IO ME AD GA E R IO ME AD GA E R IO ME AD GA E R IO ME AD GA E R IO ME A G R IO M AD GA R IO M AD GA R IO M AD GA R IO M AD GA R R IO M AD G R IO M AD G O AM AD GA E R IO AM AD GA E R IO AM AD GA E R IO M AD GA E R IO M AD GA E R IO M AD GA E R IO ME A GA E R IO M AD GA E R IO M AD GA E R IO M AD GA E R IO M AD GA E R IO M AD GA E R IO M AD GA R O ME AD GA E R IO ME AD GA E R IO ME AD GA E R IO ME AD GA E R IO ME AD GA E R IO ME AD GA E R IO ME A GA R IO M AD GA R IO M AD GA R IO M AD GA R IO M AD GA R IO M AD GA R IO M AD GA R O ME AD GA E R IO ME AD GA E R IO ME AD GA E R IO ME AD GA E R IO ME AD GA E R IO ME AD GA E R IO ME A GA R IO M AD GA R IO M AD GA R IO M AD GA R IO M AD GA R IO M AD GA R IO M AD GA R O ME AD GA E R IO ME AD GA E R IO ME AD GA E R IO ME AD GA E R IO ME AD GA E R IO ME AD GA E R IO ME A GA R IO M AD GA R IO M AD GA R IO M AD GA R IO M AD GA R IO M AD GA R IO M AD GA R O ME AD GA E R IO ME AD GA E R IO ME AD GA E R IO ME AD GA E R IO ME AD GA E R IO ME AD GA E R IO ME A GA R IO M AD GA R IO M AD GA R IO M AD GA R IO M AD GA R IO M AD GA R IO M AD GA R O ME AD GA E R IO ME AD GA E R IO ME AD GA E R IO ME AD GA E R IO ME AD GA E R IO ME AD GA E R IO ME A GA R IO M AD GA R IO M AD GA R IO M AD GA R IO M AD GA R IO M AD GA R IO M AD GA R O ME AD GA E R IO ME AD GA E R IO ME AD GA E R IO ME AD GA E R IO ME AD GA E R IO ME AD GA E R IO ME A GA R IO M AD GA R IO M AD GA R IO M AD GA R IO M AD GA R IO M AD GA R IO M AD GA R O ME AD GA E R IO ME AD GA E R IO ME AD GA E R IO ME AD GA E R IO ME AD GA E R IO ME AD GA E R IO ME A GA R IO M AD GA R IO M AD GA R IO M AD GA R IO M AD GA R IO M AD GA R IO M AD GA R O ME AD GA E R IO ME AD GA E R IO ME AD GA E R IO ME AD GA E R IO ME AD GA E R IO ME AD GA E R IO ME A GA R IO M AD GA R IO M AD GA R IO M AD GA R IO M AD GA R IO M AD GA R IO M AD GA R O ME AD GA E R IO ME AD GA E R IO ME AD GA E R IO ME AD GA E R IO ME AD GA E R IO ME AD GA E R IO ME A GA R IO M AD GA R IO M AD GA R IO M AD GA R IO M AD GA R IO M AD GA R IO M AD GA R O ME AD GA E R IO ME AD GA E R IO ME AD GA E R IO ME AD GA E R IO ME AD GA E R IO ME AD GA E R IO ME A GA R IO M AD GA R IO M AD GA R IO M AD GA R IO M AD GA R IO M AD GA R IO M AD GA R O ME AD GA E R IO ME AD GA E R IO ME AD GA E R IO ME AD GA E R IO ME AD GA E R IO ME AD GA E R IO ME A GA R IO M AD GA R IO M AD GA R IO M AD GA R IO M AD GA R IO M AD GA R IO M AD GA R O ME AD GA E R IO ME AD GA E R IO ME AD GA E R IO ME AD GA E R IO ME AD GA E R IO ME AD GA E R IO ME A GA R IO M AD GA R IO M AD GA R IO M AD GA R IO M AD GA R IO M AD GA R IO M AD GA R O ME AD GA E R IO ME AD GA E R IO ME AD GA E R IO ME AD GA E R IO ME AD GA E R IO ME AD GA E R IO ME A GA R IO M AD GA R IO M AD GA R IO M AD GA R IO M AD GA R IO M AD GA R IO M AD GA R O ME AD GA E R IO ME AD GA E R IO ME AD GA E R IO ME AD GA E R IO ME AD GA E R IO ME AD GA E R IO ME A GA R IO M AD GA R IO M AD GA R IO M AD GA R IO M AD GA R IO M AD GA R IO M AD GA R O ME AD GA E R IO ME AD GA E R IO ME AD GA E R IO ME AD GA E R IO ME AD GA E R IO ME AD GA E R IO ME A GA R IO M AD GA R IO M AD GA R IO M AD GA R IO M AD GA R IO M AD GA R IO M AD GA R O M A G E IO M A G E IO M A G E IO M A G E IO M A G E IO M A G E IO M A ROUND 2: SATURDAY 14 APRIL 2018

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 37 38

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12

Sam Coates Jack Prelorenzo Chris Dafter Adrian Gileno Nathan Canning Andrew Pudney Steven Perri Anthony Perri Jason Kennedy Nick Prelorenzo Scott Davis Jack Murphy Ben Miller Brett Handreck Luke Brown Jai Middleton Jack Wensley Stephen Kennedy Rhett Masters Max Wills Jarrod Stafford Andre Angemi Brett Kay Joel McGown Will O’Brien Sam McCarthy Chris Samios Alex Pagliaro Brennan McCafferty Josh Peers Craig O’Malley Jacob McCarthy Jason May James Nelson Tyler Fent Adam Daly Anthony Smith

Q1

Q2

Josh Hooimeyer Daniel Millen Alex Killender Jared Walls Dylan Post Jordan Michael Jake Millen Chris Samios Liam Rodda Anthony Smith Mitch Cummings James Nelson

www.efl.org.au

13 14 15 16 17 18 19 21 24 30 42

39 40 41 42 43 44 45 46 47 48 49 50 51 52 53 54 55 56 57 73 77

Q3

John Paul Canavan Archer Kotsonis John Phillipou David Urbans Liam Farrelly Jake Elliott Callum Brady Max Wills Chuol Dot Yanni Billias Noal McCartinCollins

DIVISION 4

EAST BURWOOD Senior Coach: Stuart Wynd Res Coach: Harry Black Ground: East Burwood Reserve, Burwood Hwy, East Burwood (Melways 62 B7) Ph: 9887 8574. Colours: Black jumper, white monogram, black shorts with EFL webbing.

Joshua Phillips Ryan Lepore Christian Multari Noah McCartin Greg Papanikolaou Aiden Winder Eddy Rixton Justin Winder Glynn Ford Spencer Owen Mitchel Donald Benedikt Lux Henry Ross-Stubbs Mitchell Morris Jonathon Spiliotopoulos Yianni Griffiths Cody Lucas Omkar Chitale Hayden Brown Troy McGown Jordan Damatopoulos

EAST BURWOOD: Last Saturday was a huge occasion at the East Burwood Reserve with the first challenge facing the new look team.

A large crowd comprised of some old faces returning and many new ones gathered for the visit of Coldstream.

Early signs were good with the reserves chalking up a comprehensive win by 94 points to 14.

Highlights included a 5 goal haul from Greg Papanikolaou and a much hyped pre game speech by coach Harry Black.

The senior game was preceded by a minute’s silence for club legend Barry Wenker who passed away late last year.

Thank you to Coldstream for the respect shown on the day.

In a pulsating game there was never more than 2 goals separating the two sides until the 4th Quarter.

The Rams eventually recording a long awaited victory with Adrian Gileno’s 8 goals proving the difference.

A huge sense of relief with the rebuilt Rams securing their first win since 2016 and a great reward for huge amount of work done by the players and coaching panel over the past few months.

This week we travel to Glen Waverley Hawks looking to build on last week’s achievements.

Q4

Coach: Nathan Johns

UNDER 19

44 Aiden Winder 52 Mitchell Morris

63


DIVISION 4 SURREY PARK: Footy’s back at Surrey Park this week where we welcome Fair Park to the Panther Pit. Last week’s opening round saw the 19’s score a first up win against Whitehorse/South Croydon, while the Reserves and Senior teams went down to Forest Hill, so this week we have the opportunity to bounce back and get three wins at home, which would be great for our club and supporters. Our sponsor of the week is new jumper sponsor Nunawading Toyota. If you’re in the market for a new or used car speak to the committee and they’ll point you in the right direction. With thanks to Nunawading Toyota we’re having the ‘kick the ball into the back of the ute’ contest. Just $2 a kick, winner gets half the kitty. When we last did this it was a huge hit with both kids and adults. Some upcoming events: Friday 20th April – SALT Breakfast at the Box Hill Golf Club - an entertaining morning with the head of the SALT program Dave Burt and AFL/VFL legend David Parkin as guest speakers. Tickets are $30, table of 10 is $250. All funds go to the Footy Club to pay for the SALT investment. Would really appreciate your support on this one. Please book via surreyparkfc.com.au Saturday May 19 th – Past Player’s Day will be held against East Burwood at home, it’s been some time since our two clubs clashed and the old timers tell me we used to have some great battles. Put it in your diary, is always a great event Go Surrey!

SURREY PARK Senior Coach: Scott Hamill Res Coach: Andrew Comello Ground: Surrey Pk Reserve, cnr Canterbury & Elgar Rds (Melways 47 B12) Ph: 9898 7282 Colours: Black yoke with Black and White stripes. Black shorts. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 37 Q1

Broguen Roberts Jesse Lehmann Michael Paolini Nick Snibson Christopher Smith Teri Miriklis James Wright Callum Vail Joseph Crabtree Kane Henden Andrew Venables Cameron McAsker Ryan Kennedy Patrick Hatch James Brownwell Danyon Smart Andrew Rogers Darcy Sketcher Paul Collopy Daniel Toma Dean Spencer Harry Laccianna Noah Bennet Zac Tempany Nick Coad Tom Rogers Dylan Jones James Marshall Callum Ternes Ryan Higgins Harrison Cook Josh Garvin Thomas Spangaro Thomas Ross Thomas Girvan Zachary Moore Oliver Anderson Q2

38 39 40 41 42 43 45 47 48 49 50 51 54 55 56 57 58 59 61 62 64 65 66 67 71 72 73 74

Matthew Goodings Thomas Veitch Josh Hayes Tim Crilly Duncan Rudd Matthew McBride Edan Runge Alex Smith Joshua Bentley Mitchell Gale Dave Truong Justin Kitchingman Christopher Allen Liam Mooney Justin Robinson Conrad Dickson Mick Jones Sam Pentney Matthew Magee Zachary Flintoff Patrick McCaughan Liam Goodes Liam Williamson Ben Peters James Grey Will Grant Hans Anjou Jonathon Brisbane

Q3

Q4

UNDER 19 Coach: Dean Peters 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 11 12 14

64

The Eastern Footballer

Jonathon Brisbane Liam Hauser Ben Peters Will Grant Tom Girvan Tom Spangaro Paul Collopy Angus Walker Fin Hanna Lachie Martin Jaramogi Oburu Josh Hayes

15 16 18 19 20 21 22 25 28 29 51 64

James Gray James Marshall Noah Bennett Liam Mooney Callum Ternes James Box Harry Lacchiana Harry Clyne Ronan Bohanna Conrad Dickson Tyler O’Neill Henry Chambers

68 Hans Anjou


DIVISION 4

ROUND 2: SATURDAY 14 APRIL 2018

FAIRPARK:

FAIRPARK Senior Coach: Sean Stanton Res Coach: Russell Warburton Ground: Fairpark Reserve, Manuka Drive, Ferntree Gully (Melways 64 F11) Colours: Maroon jumper with blue yoke and gold emblem, blue shorts

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 37

James Hall Hayden Degraaf Michael Wood Ben Dadswell Robbie Matthews Shane Mercer Cameron Banks Tyrone Fabrizio James Filtness Anthony Basa Alex Calder Jesse Pearce Simon Aloi Kory Grant Gareth Bailey Josh Temple Lucas Barbuto Mark Flintoff Chris Beattie Jack Ormston Gavin Crivellaro Jackson Zaloumis Matthew Eddy Leigh Rankin Kyle Hird Stratos Doulgeris Mitch Nied Matt Young Robbie Cox David Joseph Daniel Bartlett Anthony Rizzo Tom McNamara Nick Cowan Luke Gordon Brad Nied Shaun McKay

Q1

www.efl.org.au

Q2

38 39 40 41 42 43 44 45 46 47 48 49 50 52 53 54 55 56 58 60 62 66 67 68 70 71 74 86 99

Q3

James LeGassick Liam O’Brien Jason Peagram Tyner Gough Tyson Barrington Chris Caporale Dean Papoulis James Topp Dale Oneill Ryan Prest David Mitchell Shane Stephenson John Geddes Tim Symons Lachlan McKenzie Aaron Hoskings Ronnie Mckendry Troy Brown Rhys Fuller Brendan Andric Dylan Maloney David Bennett Simon Bott Jake Goebels Brad Banks James Duggan Russell Warburton Jayden Dihood James Gough

Q4

65


DIVISION 4 KILSYTH:

KILSYTH Senior Coach: Paul Newlands Res Coach: Chris Rutty Ground: Pinks Reserve, Liverpool Rd, Kilsyth. (Melways 51 H8) Ph: 9728 8773 Colours: Black jumper with red sash, red shorts. 1 2 3 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 14 15 15 15 16 17 17 18 19 20 21 21 22 23 24 24 25 26 26 27 28 28 29 30 31 32 32 33

Q1

Rob Mannetti Haydn Lovat Matthew King Alex Bull Paul Blight Cam Van Florestein Josh Van Gulik Jake Henshall Cameron McArthur Jye Sigersma Trav Browning Jack Meichel Heath Williams Ben Benson Ryan Goodinson Drew Sells John Hevern Ryan Crosby Brendan Egan Brandon Fitzsimons Jake Coleman Callum Donaldson Sean Currey Nicholas Leary Ashleigh Masters Luke Muller Scott Irvine Joshua Bentley Jackson Lucas Micheal Noonan Peter Wall Scott Killen Adam Miles Chris Rutty Nathan McCulloch Corey Webb William Mutschler Simon Clarke Elliot Ross Matthew Jackson Kane Hillier Trent Harrop Matthew Richards

34 34 35 36 37 38 39 40 41 42 42 43 44 44 45 45 46 46 47 48 49 50 51 52 53 54 55 56 57 59 60 61 62 63 64 65 66 67 68 70 72

Q2

Brendan Egan Eddie Molesworth Josh Garside Gavin Nautili Chris Jackson Max Spiers Brendan Richards Ryan Stephens Gavin Malan Luke Hands Hayden Harris Troy Zaics Jarred Arthur Micheal Hincksman Josh West Matt Smith Ben Fogarty Paul Malan Luke Perryman Morgan Gardiner Matt Chamberlain Josh Oliver Matthew Stather Mark Hutchins Nathan O’Rourke BenShephard Jacob Newton Mark Parker Michael Charles Tom Clarke Rob Bailey Mitch Clavant Paul Hare Brandon Scheepers Matt Dobson Dale Fedat Hayden Morse Dan McCall Adrian Grylls Jordan Vlahos Daniel Nevans

Q3

UNDER 19 Coach: Mathew Jackson 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 10 12 15 16 17

66

The Eastern Footballer

Brandon Wallan Noah Hargreaves Bradley Polkinghorne Jake Powell Cooper Stevens Tom Clarke Ben Shepherd Mitchell Clavant Drew Sells (C) Jacob Newton (C) Daniel McCall Jake Coleman

18 19 20 22 23 24 28 30 38 52 54

Nathan O’Rourke Jason Polkinghorne Tyson Doutch Harry Clarke Jarred Prest Mark Parker Brandon Scheepers Ben Anderson Jackson Bentley Mark Hutchins Cooper Bentley

Q4


DIVISION 4

ROUND 2: SATURDAY 14 APRIL 2018

SILVAN Senior Coach: Trent Martin Res Coach: Greg Smith Ground: Silvan Reserve, Cnr Parker and Monbulk Roads, Silvan. (Melways 123 C1) Colours: Navy blue with arched pale blue stripes on side and navy shorts

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 10 11 12 13 13 14 15 16 17 17 18 19 20 21 22 22 23 24 26 27 28 30 31 32 33 34 35

Aaron Lamonica Tristan Verhoef Ben Riley Daniel Lemon Aaron Rowe Adam Robert Warren Schmidt Daniel Dickson Matthew White Dean Janssen Adam Kneale (Res) Andrew Knight Dwayne Harvey Brent Guglielmi Neal Macaulay (Res) Zach Dwyer Greg Smith Damian Noll Trent Martin Adrian Cannata (Res) Troy Smith Daniel Begley Luke Beddome Bryce Litchfield Zac Higgins Alex Walker (Res) Kieron Purtle Shaun Jones Lochie Oliver John Bonanno Mathew Welten Shane Rowe Jarryd Deitzel David Denton Aaron Fortescue Rhys Spooner Cameron Bisshop

Q1

Q2

36 37 38 39 40 41 42 43 44 45 47 48 49 50 51 52 53 54 55 56 57 58 99

Daniel Jones Michael Bonfadini Paul Bonfadini Andrew Spiteri Jake Andrews Anthony Giuliano Brent Roessler Kurt Smith Chris Murphy Ross Scanlan Justin Taylor Tim Martin Blair Neill Moh Hussini Alex Harris Keegan Hewitt Brandon Smith Jake Pancutt Simon Surrao Matthew Cook Daniel Wells Tristan Williams Sam Wilson

SILVAN: The 2018 season couldn’t have got off to a much better start for the club as we recorded wins in all 3 grades. This achievement has been a long timing coming, the last time way back in round 6 2014 coincidentally against our opponents today in Kilsyth. Today sees another huge challenge for our teams as Kilsyth have been a strong opponent in recent times and we look forward to a great contest. We would like to publicly thank the hard working committee for all their endeavours over the pre season and most recently last weekend as we all worked in unison to get things done off the field. We would also like to thank our newly formed coterie group CLUB 25 for their attendance and support as well as our generous sponsors who continue to support the Silvan FC. Next week will see the next club function with the leadership group organising our player auction so it would be great to have as many supporters there on the day. Good luck to all 3 teams today, it promises to be an exciting day of action and we thank Kilsyth in advance for hosting our club today. Go Cats

GENERAL & DIGITAL

PRINTING

Q3

Q4

RROAD OAD OAD FRESH AANSP NSSPPPOR O AD FR FREESSH TTRANSPORT TRRRANSP ANS ORRRTT PTY.LTD.

UNDER 19 Coach: 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11

Liam Hubbard Hayden Milne Rhyan Ciccotelli Andy Cloosterman Andrew Cardamone Rhys Oliver Harry Cowan Flynn Guerin Ryan Hovenden Mitch Goetz Rylie Furn

www.efl.org.au

13 Matteo D’alfonso (C) 14 Bailey Calderwood 15 Kai Bakker 16 Zac Walker 17 Tyler Chapman 18 Tyson Bissels 19 Matthew Low 21 Adam Cac 22 Calan Eastham 23 Jordan Calvi 34 Spencer Grey

43 Josh Fisher

67


DIVISION 4 NUNAWADING: VALE SHAUN KELLY It is with great sadness that the Nunawading Football Club says goodbye to Shaun Kelly. Shaun was an amazing contributor to the club during the 2000s, serving as our Communications Manager for 4 years. Shaun was a fantastic person who’s personality filled the room. Whether it be MCing our weekly awards and functions or just hanging around having a beer with the boys. Shaun was an integral part of our club during one of the most successful eras in the clubs history. Our deepest condolences go out to his wife Sarah, brother Daniel and the entire Kelly clan. He will be deeply missed by all who knew him at the NFC but he will always be remembered fondly. RIP big fella. Last week was not the start to the year we were looking for but the improvements made during this off-season were still there to be seen. The reserves put in a great effort but fell just short. And while the seniors were well beaten, the improvement during the second half was exceptional. This week we welcome our old rivals Forest Hill to Koonung Reserve. I’m sure it will again be a willing affair as we look to again take big steps forward. This weeks sponsor focus is on Performance Gains Fitness. Kat and Paul have been long time supportters of the club and its great to have them back on board. If you’re a hardcore trainer and looking for a challenge or just looking to improve your fitness. Kat and the team have both personal and group sessions to meet your needs. Please got to performancegainsfitness.com.au for more details.

NUNAWADING Senior Coach: Paul Bevan Res Coach: Ryan Dobson Ground: Koonung Reserve, Springfield Rd, Blackburn Nth. (Melways 47 K6) Ph: 9894 4174 Colours: Maroon and Gold vertical stripes, Maroon shorts.

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 37 38 Q1

68

The Eastern Footballer

Jordan Winter (C) Marty Lambe (VC) Zac Zaloumis (VC) Jason Kotis Macca Simpson Nick Whelan Cooper Winter Jacob Virtue Alex Mitchell Luke Bogdan (C) Nick Watson Tim Barro Josh Persson Nathan Lineham Damien Duke (DVC) Avi Limbu Ryan Hardy Isack Ralph Chris Zampaglione Ash Schulz Josh Durrand Josh Delaney Nathan Clements Jarred Webb (DVC) Josh Molden Daniel Flanagan Henry Renwick Andre Eramo Alex Geminis Zac Haig Sam Merhebi Mitch Wilson Liam Burns Tim Jenkins Matt Eastaugh Nick Martin Chris Hadjiantonakis Q2

39 40 41 42 44 46 47 49 50 53 55 69 79 81

Q3

Andrew Burgess James Lever Rowan Walker Nathanael Boyle Rob Jenkins (RC) Harley Bain Chris Ciemcioch Sam Johnson Julian Liebenberg Josh Hunter James White Luke Davis Andrew Kirk Chris Finnie

Q4


ROUND 1: SATURDAY NIGHT 7PM, 8 APRIL 2017

FOREST HILL Senior Coach: Martin Stillman Res Coach: Matthew Peterson Ground: Forest Hill Reserve, Fraser Place, Forest Hill. (Melways 62 E2) Ph: 9878 9336 Colours: Green and White vertical stripes, Green shorts

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 37

Mitchell Gibbons Lucas Gibbons Michael Cardamone Jacob Mowat Daniel Ousley David Smyth Aaron Creak Michael Casey James O’Sullivan Joe Lamperd Justin Scicluna Austin Deneys Nick Pincott David Black Ian Taylor Elijah Dale Tom Denham Gavin Willoughby Dean McGuire Travis Clarke Dylan Wallace Ryan Fisher Mitchell Remington Jarryd Healey-Rotheram Tim Johnston Nathan Palmer Brandon Perring Mitchell Newman Steven Pimm Luke Strachan Jarryd Elton William Burgess Todd Burger James Powell Mark Parrent Sam Grose Lachlan Mason

Q1

www.efl.org.au

Q2

38 39 40 41 42 43 44 45 46 47 48 49 50 51 52 53 54 55 56 57 58 62 63 65 68 69 70 77

Q3

Josh Dyson Harley Burmeister-Lyons Riley Gillian James Buaban Jack Walter Jake Davis Rohnan Laws Will Stoneham Josh Wylde Davis Kelly Nick Bridges Jason Rossit Chris Thompson Austin Creak Martin Nguyen Dale Kline Erik Vakalis James Martin Marshall Sadikin Joshua Hewett Mitchell Tomkins-Barry James Hair Stuart Cassidy Shaun Smith Jono East Jackson Woodward Dyson Baker Diogo Duarte

Q4

DIVISION 4 FOREST HILL: Warm weather greeted us at Forest Hill and a good crowd was in attendance as we kicked off season 2018 against Surrey Park. The first round is always tricky with no exposed form to go by and the weather certainly drained the players energy very quickly. We also unveiled our new jumpers and welcome Lago Smallgoods on-board as a jumper sponsor. Good to have you with us for what should be the most exciting season at Zebraland for many years. Things got underway with the Reserves unfurling their 2017 Premiership flag before a hard-fought contest with Surrey Park. We were never able to get a match winning break and a after a tense struggle we managed to get up by a solitary goal. TD bagged 3 goals, Hewett 2 and former junior Joe Lamperd stepped up to the senior ranks with 2 goals in his first senior game. The seniors started as all senior games do round 1 at a hectic pace with both sides looking to assert their authority, Forest Hill hit their straps in the second quarter with a 6-4 to 1-1 quarter to take what looked like a handy 41 point lead into half time. The third quarter Forest Hill extended its lead with a 3-6 to 1-3 quarter and if the zebras had of kicked straight would have extended the 56 point ¾ time lead even further. The zebras in the end ran out convincing winners by 36 points. Cardamone with 5 goals and Pimm with 4 along with good contributions from the midfielders showed that our forward line has multiple avenues to goal. On the social side of things, the season began with the high tea on Saturday afternoon. Thanks to all that attended the afternoon and thanks to Fay and her team for organising the event. After the match we had our annual Frat Party, but the twist was that Dylan Wallace and Mitch Newman had their heads shaved to raise funds for Lymphoma research. The boys surpassed their target and thanks must go to everyone that donated money. Great job boys! So now we look forward to next week as we try to find the rhythm of the regular season. Friday night sees our Netballers kick off their season. All three sides are in action at three different venues so there is bound to be one near you. Our footballers are on the road as we head to the near neighbours, Nunawading. We know that Nunawading have had their struggles over the last few years but we can’t afford to drop our guard as we need to build momentum and bank some early season wins. After two good wins to get the season rolling we need to come this weekend with another two and the perfect start to the season. Go Zebs.

69


Bendigo Bank are Loyal supporters of the Eastern Football League Ashburton - 9885 2666 Balwyn - 9836 8029 Bayswater - 9729 0122 Belgrave - 9752 6606 Blackburn South - 9894 8467 Boronia - 9762 6499 Canterbury - 9836 9466 Dingley Village - 9551 6111 Doncaster East - 9840 2028 Ferntree Gully - 9756 0322 Heathmont - 9870 6654 Mooroolbark - 9726 5388

Montrose - 9728 3177 Mt Evelyn - 9737 1833 Pinewood - 9886 6477 Ringwood East - 9870 3655 Ringwood - 9870 9244 Rowville - 9755 8611 Surrey Hills - 9890 7188 Templestowe - 9846 1455 Wantirna - 9720 4122 Warrandyte - 9844 2233 Wandin/Seville - 5964 4595

bendigobank.com.au Bendigo and Adelaide Bank Limited, ABN 11 068 049 178 AFSL/Australian Credit Licence 237879. 6 (344788_v7) (17/03/2017)

70

The Eastern Footballer


www.efl.org.au

71


72

The Eastern Footballer


EASTLAND JUNIOR FINAL RESULTS 17 PREMIER 2017

17C 2017

VERMONT v. ROWVILLE HAWKS

MITCHAM v. SOUTH BELGRAVE

Round 4 - 20/08/2017

Round 4 - 20/08/2017

Vermont

0.0, 7.4, 8.7, 12.8 (80)

Rowville Hawks

0.0, 6.5, 7.6, 7.7 (49)

Mitcham

2.2, 3.3, 4.5, 6.7 (43)

South Belgrave

2.1, 2.1, 3.3, 5.3 (33)

GOALS, Vermont : F. Smith 3, D. Furey 2, J. Hopkins 2, K. Barlow 1, C. McKenzie 1, E. Bland 1, A. Chiodo 1, L. Vassis 1 Rowville Hawks :

17D 2017 LYSTERFIELD v. THE BASIN GREEN Round 4 - 20/08/2017

L. Stapleton 2, J. Duffy 2, T. Edwards 1, C. Batson 1, A. Mastroianni 1

The Basin Green

4.1, 5.5, 6.6, 12.8 (80)

Lysterfield

BEST, Vermont :

5.0, 6.0, 8.1, 9.1 (55)

GOALS, The Basin Green :

Rowville Hawks : T. Edwards, J. Duffy, C. Batson, L. Stapleton, T. Lockman, K. Flakemore

J. Robertson 3, M. Ogston 2, S. Martin 1, M. Platten 1, A. Okur 1, B. Thompson 1, B. Deckert 1, M. Reynolds 1, J. Collings 1 Lysterfield :

17A 2017 THE KNIGHTS - ROWVILLE v. EAST BURWOOD

N. McKenzie 2, J. Arthur 1, B. Ward 1, L. Hoskin 1, L. Fitt 1, L. Miller 1,

Round 4 - 20/08/2017

J. Kitteringham 1, B. Marshall 1

The Knights - Rowville

4.0, 7.6, 10.8, 13.12 (90)

East Burwood

4.3, 5.5, 7.7, 9.7 (61)

GOALS, The Knights - Rowville : M. Mariette 3, M. Fewings 2, J. Sullivan 2, A. Tellis 1, A. Chiarilli 1, A. Cardamone 1, J. Hill 1, F. Connolly 1, M. O’Sullivan 1 East Burwood :

BEST, The Basin Green : S. Martin, D. George, C. Knight, M. Ogston, J. Robertson

15A 2017 VERMONT PURPLE v. EAST RINGWOOD Round 4 - 20/08/2017

M. Mundos 2, S. Fernandez 2, C. Agnew 1, J. Canavan 1, J. Mutimer 1, J. Oresti 1, D. Konstandatos 1

Vermont Purple

4.1, 6.3, 9.6, 12.8 (80)

East Ringwood

2.3, 3.3, 5.3, 8.6 (54)

GOALS, Vermont Purple :

BEST, The Knights - Rowville :

C. Downie 3, J. Fisher 2, P. Haasbroek 2, J. Vail 2, C. Roberts 1, D. Argus 1,

17B 2017

T. Bunning 1

CHIRNSIDE PARK v. BORONIA

East Ringwood :

Round 4 - 20/08/2017

T. Charlton 5, A. Heath 2, B. Watson 1

Chirnside Park Boronia

3.2, 6.5, 9.8, 13.15 (93)

BEST, Vermont Purple :

0.3, 1.3, 3.4, 3.4 (22)

GOALS, Chirnside Park : B. Rattray 4, J. Hourihan 3, H. Wilson 3, T. Hardstaff 1, S. Wood 1, J. Melchiorre 1 Boronia : BEST, Chirnside Park : Boronia :

www.efl.org.au

73


EASTLAND JUNIOR FINAL RESULTS 15B 2017

14A 2017

LYSTERFIELD GREY v. NORTH RINGWOOD

VERMONT PURPLE v. NORTH RINGWOOD

Round 4 - 20/08/2017

Round 4 - 20/08/2017

North Ringwood

1.1, 1.2, 8.4, 10.8 (68)

Vermont Purple

2.1, 4.3, 6.8, 7.9 (51)

Lysterfield Grey

3.2, 5.4, 6.4, 8.6 (54)

North Ringwood

0.1, 2.2, 4.4, 4.4 (28)

GOALS, North Ringwood :

GOALS, Vermont Purple :

E. Sinn 3, B. Sandilands 2, J. Milne 2, T. Ratten 1, J. Woodward 1, K. Church 1

B. Drury 3, E. Aleixo 1, C. Taylor 1, J. Strafonda 1, H. Disney 1

Lysterfield Grey :

North Ringwood :

BEST, North Ringwood :

B. Leonard 2, J. Broad 1, M. Ayton 1

E. Sinn, A. Begg, B. Sandilands, B. Voogd, L. Columbine

BEST, Vermont Purple : North Ringwood :

Lysterfield Grey :

14B 2017 15C 2017

HEATHMONT v. EAST BURWOOD

UPPER FERNTREE GULLY v. SOUTH CROYDON

Round 4 - 20/08/2017

Round 4 - 20/08/2017

Heathmont

1.2, 3.5, 5.6, 6.11 (47)

East Burwood

0.2, 2.4, 2.8, 4.10 (34)

Upper Ferntree Gully

1.3, 4.9, 5.10, 7.10 (52)

South Croydon

1.2, 1.4, 3.6, 3.7 (25)

GOALS, Upper Ferntree Gully : P. Clarke 2, L. Butler 1, M. Beyer 1, B. McDonald 1, M. Hewitt 1, C. Mitchell 1

GOALS, Heathmont : J. Hansen 3, S. Fitzgerald 1, B. Cosham 1, B. Ogilvie 1 East Burwood :

South Croydon :

J. Kempson 2, C. Joseph 1, B. Krnic 1

T. Sheridan 3

BEST, Heathmont :

BEST, Upper Ferntree Gully :

East Burwood :

South Croydon :

14C 2017 15D 2017

WAVERLEY BLUES v. WANTIRNA SOUTH

FERNTREE GULLY EAGLES WHITE v. KNOX

Round 4 - 20/08/2017

Round 4 - 20/08/2017

Waverley Blues

1.3, 2.8, 6.11, 8.13 (61)

Wantirna South

3.2, 4.3, 6.3, 7.5 (47)

Ferntree Gully Eagles White

2.1, 4.2, 6.3, 8.4 (52)

Knox

0.2, 5.2, 5.2, 5.7 (37)

GOALS, Ferntree Gully Eagles White :

GOALS, Waverley Blues :

J. Everett-Smith 2, L. Johnston 1, T. Getson 1, B. Meehan 1, S. Gysberts 1, M. Robertson 1,

A. Cramer 2, J. Eames 2, O. Harrison 1, R. Thomas 1, M. Frescher 1, P. Eddy 1

N. Woods 1

Wantirna South :

Knox : P. Sammut 2, R. Ball 1, B. Young 1, J. Sinni 1

S. Collins 2, D. Borynsstein 2, M. Tritton 1, L. Aird 1, J. King 1

BEST, Ferntree Gully Eagles White :

BEST, Waverley Blues :

A. Gregg, L. Johnston, P. Nerlich, N. Woods, S. Gysberts, K. Kelly

A. Cramer, J. Jessup, M. Frescher, N. Orlando, P. Eddy Wantirna South :

74

The Eastern Footballer


EASTLAND JUNIOR FINAL RESULTS 14D 2017

13D 2017

FERNTREE GULLY EAGLES WHITE v. VERMONT GOLD

COLDSTREAM v. FERNTREE GULLY EAGLES

Round 4 - 20/08/2017

Coldstream

Ferntree Gully Eagles White 1.2, 1.4, 5.7, 10.9 (69)

Ferntree Gully Eagles

Vermont Gold

GOALS, Coldstream :

0.1, 1.4, 2.6, 4.7 (31)

Round 4 - 20/08/2017 0.3, 1.7, 4.7, 5.10 (40) 1.3, 2.3, 4.4, 4.7 (31)

GOALS, Ferntree Gully Eagles White :

E. Smith 2, H. Rattray 1, J. Rogers 1, R. Kligerman 1

B. Wise 3, R. Considine 2, C. Dabb 2, D. Gilbert 1, L. Marziale 1, J. Wickens 1

Ferntree Gully Eagles :

Vermont Gold : T. Gee 2, L. Hardacre 1, A. Strachan 1 BEST, Ferntree Gully Eagles White : D. Ryan, T. Brady, J. Urban, L. Marziale, R. Considine, J. Wickens

E. Van Den Broek 2, J. Jordan 1, J. Brown 1 BEST, Coldstream : Ferntree Gully Eagles : E. Van Den Broek, H. Meerten, A. Feltham, D. Moore, J. Bolton, L. Thomson

12A 2017

13A 2017 LYSTERFIELD TEAL v. EAST RINGWOOD BLUE

EAST RINGWOOD BLUE v. MOOROOLBARK GREEN

Round 4 - 20/08/2017

Round 4 - 20/08/2017

East Ringwood Blue

1.1, 1.3, 5.5, 5.12 (42)

East Ringwood Blue

3.0, 4.0, 6.0, 9.0 (54)

1.3, 1.3, 2.5, 2.6 (18)

Mooroolbark Green

0.0, 0.2, 0.3, 1.4 (10)

Lysterfield Teal GOALS, East Ringwood Blue :

GOALS, East Ringwood Blue :

Lysterfield Teal : J. Wiltshire 1, R. Burke 1

T. Leonard 3, R. Webster 2, B. Rasti 1, J. MacLeod 1, R. Weatherill 1, N. Watson 1

BEST, East Ringwood Blue :

Mooroolbark Green :

Lysterfield Teal :

W. Stewart 1

J. Smith, B. Ryan, J. Bennetts, L. Hayes, K. Giovanniello, C. Verrell

BEST, East Ringwood Blue : Mooroolbark Green : L. George, C. Rouget, C. Garbett, T. Parry, S. Woods, W. Stewart

13B 2017 HEATHMONT v. CROYDON

12B 2017

Round 4 - 20/08/2017 Croydon

1.2, 5.3, 5.3, 6.3 (39)

UPPER FERNTREE GULLY v. WAVERLEY BLUES

Heathmont

1.1, 1.1, 4.4, 5.8 (38)

Round 4 - 20/08/2017

GOALS, Croydon :

Upper Ferntree Gully

2.2, 5.3, 6.5, 9.5 (59)

J. Woodford 2, J. Giddens 2, N. Farmilo 2

Waverley Blues

2.0, 3.0, 4.0, 5.1 (31)

GOALS, Upper Ferntree Gully :

13C 2017 UPPER FERNTREE GULLY v. THE KNIGHTS ROWVILLE

T. Scrivanos 3, T. Marotti 2, T. Takawira 2, S. Smith 1, K. Baker 1 Waverley Blues : M. Creek 2, L. Gatehouse 1, W. Kano 1, A. Motta 1

Round 4 - 20/08/2017 The Knights - Rowville

3.0, 5.2, 6.2, 6.4 (40)

BEST, Upper Ferntree Gully :

Upper Ferntree Gully

0.1, 3.2, 4.5, 5.8 (38)

Waverley Blues :

GOALS, The Knights - Rowville : M. Boccari 4, N. Muratore 1, L. Occhipinti 1

www.efl.org.au

F. Harding, P. Savedra, T. Pawsey, A. Motta, L. Gatehouse, H. Loft

75


EASTLAND JUNIOR FINAL RESULTS 12C 2017

11C 2017

WANTIRNA SOUTH v. CROYDON

THE KNIGHTS - ROWVILLE v. CHIRNSIDE PARK

Round 4 - 20/08/2017

Round 4 - 20/08/2017

Wantirna South

2.2, 2.2, 3.3, 3.4 (22)

Chirnside Park

2.1, 2.1, 4.1, 4.5 (29)

Croydon

0.0, 2.0, 2.0, 2.0 (12)

The Knights - Rowville

0.0, 1.2, 2.2, 2.2 (14)

GOALS, Wantirna South : L. Rouse 1, J. Hobbs 1, L. Walter 1

11D 2017

Croydon :

HEATHMONT GOLD v. WAVERLEY BLUES/ WANTIRNA STH

J. Bourke 1, J. Nissinen 1

Round 4 - 20/08/2017

12D 2017

Wav Blues/ Wantirna Sth

FOREST HILL v. FTG EAGLES WHITE

Heathmont Gold

Round 4 - 20/08/2017

GOALS, Waverley Blues/ Wantirna Sth :

Forest Hill Ferntree Gully Eagles White

1.0, 1.1, 1.3, 2.3 (15) 1.0, 1.2, 1.2, 1.3 (9)

0.0, 2.0, 3.1, 4.1 (25) 1.2, 1.3, 1.3, 1.3 (9)

N. Cormick 2, A. Brammananth 1, D. Broccio 1 Heathmont Gold :

GOALS, Forest Hill :

C. Bell 1

A. Fousias 1, L. Fanartzis 1

BEST, Waverley Blues/ Wantirna Sth :

Ferntree Gully Eagles White : B. Gasparroni 1

DEAKIN UNI UNDER 18 DIVISION 1 2017

BEST, Forest Hill :

BLACKBURN/ NORWOOD v. MOUNT EVELYN

M. Lee, O. Sherlock, L. Fanartzis, L. Wooller, N. Black, S. Coxhead

Round 4 - 27/08/2017 Blackburn/ Norwood

0.1, 0.1, 1.3, 3.3 (21)

Ferntree Gully Eagles White :

Mount Evelyn

0.3, 2.4, 2.6, 2.8 (20)

B. Jensen, k. taylor, B. Gasparroni, R. Freeman, M. Godino, B. Gale

GOALS, Blackburn/ Norwood : G. Lagioia 2, E. Harley 1 Mount Evelyn :

11A 2017

Y. Price 1, K. Tucker 1

MITCHAM v. VERMONT PURPLE

BEST, Blackburn/ Norwood :

Round 4 - 20/08/2017 Mitcham

0.0, 0.0, 1.4, 2.7 (19)

Vermont Purple

1.1, 1.2, 1.3, 1.3 (9)

GOALS, Mitcham :

DEAKIN UNI UNDER 16 PREMIER 2017 BLACKBURN v. DONVALE Round 4 - 27/08/2017

Vermont Purple : T. Nicholas 1

Blackburn

0.0, 0.0, 0.0, 2.7 (19)

Donvale

0.0, 0.0, 0.0, 2.4 (16)

GOALS, Blackburn :

11B 2017

T. Cowan 1, R. Tierney 1

GLEN WAVERLEY ROVERS v. CROYDON WHITE

Donvale :

Round 4 - 20/08/2017

A. van Oosterwijck 1, T. Bradley 1

Glen Waverley Rovers

1.5, 1.5, 3.7, 3.7 (25)

Croydon White

0.0, 1.1, 1.1, 2.3 (15)

GOALS, Glen Waverley Rovers : B. Fraser 2, L. Grima 1 Croydon White : BEST, Glen Waverley Rovers :

76

The Eastern Footballer


EASTLAND JUNIOR FINAL RESULTS DEAKIN UNI UNDER 16 DIVISION 2 2017

UNDER 12 YARRA RANGES 2017

EAST RINGWOOD WHITE v. LILYDALE

MT EVELYN v. MONBULK

Round 4 - 27/08/2017

Round 4 - 27/08/2017

East Ringwood White

3.0, 5.2, 5.2, 6.7 (43)

Mt Evelyn

1.0, 1.1, 3.5, 3.6 (24)

Lilydale

1.3, 1.4, 2.5, 2.6 (18)

Monbulk

0.0, 1.0, 1.0, 1.0 (6)

GOALS, East Ringwood White :

GOALS, Mt Evelyn :

C. Barics 4, G. Lester 1, N. Hellings 1

A. Moore 2, B. Burton 1

Lilydale :

Monbulk :

Z. Green 1, M. Thompson 1

B. Tipping 1 BEST, Mt Evelyn :

DEAKIN UNI UNDER 16 DIVISION 1 2017

B. Burton, T. Neicho, E. Tucker, S. Oliver, D. Johnston

GEMBROOK-COCKATOO v. ROWVILLE KNIGHTS

Monbulk :

Round 4 - 27/08/2017

I. Linde, S. Beecroft, M. McDermott, J. Farmer, M. Laven, A. Hughson

Gembrook-Cockatoo

1.3, 4.6, 5.8, 5.8 (38)

Rowville Knights

0.0, 1.2, 1.2, 1.3 (9)

GOALS, Gembrook-Cockatoo :

UNDER 12 NORTH 2017

Rowville Knights :

MONTROSE v. LILYDALE

H. White 1

Round 4 - 27/08/2017

BEST, Gembrook-Cockatoo :

Montrose

0.0, 1.3, 2.3, 3.3 (21)

Lilydale

2.0, 2.0, 2.1, 2.1 (13)

UNDER 14 DIVISION 2 2017 DONVALE v. MOOROOLBARK

Mooroolbark

J. Healy 3 Lilydale :

Round 4 - 27/08/2017 Donvale

GOALS, Montrose :

1.0, 1.0, 4.4, 4.4 (28)

B. Stephenson-Fuss 1, M. Harding 1

0.0, 1.0, 1.0, 1.0 (6)

GOALS, Donvale :

UNDER 12 SOUTH 2017

M. van Oosterwijck 1, G. Dunne 1, G. Moroney 1, M. Browne 1

STH BELGRAVE/LYSTERFIELD v. ROWVILLE HAWKS

Mooroolbark :

Round 4 - 27/08/2017

C. Condon 1

Sth Belgrave/Lysterfield

2.1, 2.1, 3.6, 3.6 (24)

BEST, Donvale :

Rowville Hawks

1.2, 2.3, 2.3, 2.3 (15)

Mooroolbark :

GOALS, Sth Belgrave/Lysterfield :

A. Zinghini, F. Kelly, A. Stewart, M. Mount, G. Ciancio, B. McMaster

L. Stone 2, H. Evans 1 Rowville Hawks : I. Haysom 1, A. Roberts 1

UNDER 14 DIVISION 1 2017

BEST, Sth Belgrave/Lysterfield :

BLACKBURN v. MOUNT EVELYN

A. Cosgrave, S. Eberhardt, A. Sharp, L. Stone, J. Koski

Round 4 - 27/08/2017 Mount Evelyn

0.0, 0.2, 0.2, 1.2 (8)

Blackburn

0.1, 1.1, 1.1, 1.1 (7)

GOALS, Mount Evelyn : T. Portbury 1 BEST, Mount Evelyn : M. Kelly, C. Hoskin, T. Portbury, J. Hoskin, A. Sanders

www.efl.org.au

77


SENIOR LADDERS 2018 DIVISION 1 SENIORS TEAM Rowville Doncaster North Ringwood Montrose Vermont South Croydon Noble Park Balwyn Knox East Ringwood Blackburn Norwood

P 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1

W 1 1 1 1 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0

L 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 1 1 1 1 1

D 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

FOR 83 84 92 79 98 100 93 91 71 82 74 66

AGST 66 74 82 71 91 93 100 98 79 92 84 83

DIVISION 2 SENIORS % 125.76 113.51 112.20 111.27 107.69 107.53 93.00 92.86 89.87 89.13 88.10 79.52

PTS 4 4 4 4 4 4 0 0 0 0 0 0

Round 1 - April 7 Blackburn 11.8-74 defeat by Doncaster 11.18-84 South Croydon 14.16-100 defeat Noble Park 13.15-93 Knox 10.11-71 defeat by Montrose 11.13-79 Rowville 11.17-83 defeat Norwood 9.12-66 Vermont 15.8-98 defeat Balwyn 14.7-91 East Ringwood 12.10-82 defeat by North Ringwood 13.14-92

TEAM Bayswater Upper FTG Lilydale Park Orchards Mooroolbark Doncaster East Wantirna South Croydon Mitcham Mulgrave

P 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1

W 1 1 1 1 1 0 0 0 0 0

L 0 0 0 0 0 1 1 1 1 1

D 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

FOR 144 145 84 105 77 62 82 43 52 24

AGST 24 52 43 82 62 77 105 84 145 144

% PTS % Won 600.00 4 100.00 278.85 4 100.00 195.35 4 100.00 128.05 4 100.00 124.19 4 100.00 80.52 0 0.00 78.10 0 0.00 51.19 0 0.00 35.86 0 0.00 16.67 0 0.00

Round 1 - April 7 Bayswater 21.18-144 defeat Mulgrave 3.6-24 Croydon 6.7-43 defeat by Lilydale 13.6-84 Park Orchards 15.15-105 defeat Wantirna South 12.10-82 Mooroolbark 11.11-77 defeat Doncaster East 8.14-62 Mitcham 7.10-52 defeat by Upper Ferntree Gully 21.19-145

DIVISION 2 RESERVES DIVISION 1 RESERVES TEAM Blackburn Knox Vermont Rowville North Ringwood South Croydon Noble Park East Ringwood Norwood Balwyn Montrose Doncaster

P 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1

W 1 1 1 1 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0

L 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 1 1 1 1 1

D 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

FOR 108 78 131 104 69 62 51 56 43 49 21 26

AGST 26 21 49 43 56 51 62 69 104 131 78 108

% 415.38 371.43 267.35 241.86 123.21 121.57 82.26 81.16 41.35 37.40 26.92 24.07

PTS 4 4 4 4 4 4 0 0 0 0 0 0

Round 1 - April 7 Blackburn 15.18-108 defeat Doncaster 3.8-26 South Croydon 9.8-62 defeat Noble Park 7.9-51 Knox 11.12-78 defeat Montrose 2.9-21 Rowville 16.8-104 defeat Norwood 6.7-43 Vermont 20.11-131 defeat Balwyn 7.7-49 East Ringwood 8.8-56 defeat by North Ringwood 10.9-69

TEAM Park Orchards Upper Ferntree Gully Mulgrave Croydon Mooroolbark Doncaster East Lilydale Bayswater Mitcham Wantirna South

P 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1

W 1 1 1 1 1 0 0 0 0 0

L 0 0 0 0 0 1 1 1 1 1

D 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

F 92 73 68 77 58 47 62 51 37 44

A 44 37 51 62 47 58 77 68 73 92

% 209.09 197.30 133.33 124.19 123.40 81.03 80.52 75.00 50.68 47.83

Pts 4 4 4 4 4 0 0 0 0 0

% Won 100.00 100.00 100.00 100.00 100.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00

Round 1 - April 7 Bayswater 7.9-51 defeat by Mulgrave 10.8-68 Croydon 11.11-77 defeat Lilydale 9.8-62 Park Orchards 14.8-92 defeat Wantirna South 6.8-44 Mooroolbark 8.10-58 defeat Doncaster East 7.5-47 Mitcham 5.7-37 defeat by Upper Ferntree Gully 11.7-73

DIVISION 2 U19’s DIVISION 1 U19’s TEAM Knox Blackburn Vermont Rowville Noble Park Norwood Balwyn Montrose North Ringwood

P 1 1 1 1 0 1 1 1 1

W 1 1 1 1 0 0 0 0 0

L 0 0 0 0 0 1 1 1 1

D 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

FOR 144 144 124 104 0 53 22 25 25

AGST 25 25 22 53 0 104 124 144 144

% 576.00 576.00 563.64 196.23 0.00 50.96 17.74 17.36 17.36

Round 1 - April 7 Knox 21.18-144 defeat Montrose 4.1-25 Rowville 16.8-104 defeat Norwood 8.5-53 Vermont 19.10-124 defeat Balwyn 3.4-22 Blackburn 21.18-144 defeat North Ringwood 4.1-25

78

The Eastern Footballer

PTS 4 4 4 4 4 0 0 0 0

TEAM Park Orchards Mooroolbark Upper Ferntree Gully Mulgrave Croydon Lilydale Bayswater Mitcham Doncaster East Wantirna South

P 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1

W 1 1 1 1 1 0 0 0 0 0

L 0 0 0 0 0 1 1 1 1 1

D F A 0 155 20 0 101 46 0 51 33 0 84 66 0 47 41 0 41 47 0 66 84 0 33 51 0 46 101 0 20 155

% 775.00 219.57 154.55 127.27 114.63 87.23 78.57 64.71 45.54 12.90

Pts 4 4 4 4 4 0 0 0 0 0

Round 1 - April 7 Bayswater 9.12-66 defeat by Mulgrave 12.12-84 Croydon 7.5-47 defeat Lilydale 5.11-41 Park Orchards 24.11-155 defeat Wantirna South 3.2-20 Mooroolbark 14.17-101 defeat Doncaster East 6.10-46 Mitcham 4.9-33 defeat by Upper Ferntree Gully 7.9-51

% Won 100.00 100.00 100.00 100.00 100.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00


SENIOR LADDERS 2018 DIVISION 3 SENIORS TEAM Boronia Scoresby Ferntree Gully The Basin Waverley Blues Ringwood Heathmont Donvale Warrandyte South Belgrave Chirnside Park Templestowe

P 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1

W L D FOR AGST % 1 0 0 124 21 590.48 1 0 0 162 43 376.74 1 0 0 102 48 212.50 1 0 0 93 64 145.31 1 0 0 96 70 137.14 1 0 0 70 60 116.67 0 1 0 60 70 85.71 0 1 0 70 96 72.92 0 1 0 64 93 68.82 0 1 0 48 102 47.06 0 1 0 43 162 26.54 0 1 0 21 124 16.94 Round 1 - April 7 Heathmont 8.12-60 defeat by Ringwood 11.4-70 Chirnside Park 6.7-43 defeat by Scoresby 24.18-162 Waverley Blues 13.18-96 defeat Donvale 10.10-70 Templestowe 3.3-21 defeat by Boronia 18.16-124 Warrandyte 10.4-64 defeat by The Basin 14.9-93 South Belgrave 7.6-48 defeat by Ferntree Gully 15.12-102

DIVISION 4 SENIORS PTS 4 4 4 4 4 4 0 0 0 0 0 0

TEAM Silvan Kilsyth Whitehorse Pioneers Forest Hill East Burwood Coldstream Surrey Park Glen Waverley Hawks Fair Park Nunawading

P 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1

W 1 1 1 1 1 0 0 0 0 0

L 0 0 0 0 0 1 1 1 1 1

D 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

FOR 176 123 99 99 87 70 63 60 74 50

AGST 50 74 60 63 70 87 99 99 123 176

% 352.00 166.22 165.00 157.14 124.29 80.46 63.64 60.61 60.16 28.41

PTS 4 4 4 4 4 0 0 0 0 0

Round 1 - April 7 East Burwood 13.9-87 defeat Coldstream 10.10-70 Fair Park 11.8-74 defeat by Kilsyth 18.15-123 Forest Hill 14.15-99 defeat Surrey Park 9.9-63 Silvan 25.26-176 defeat Nunawading 7.8-50 Whitehorse Pioneers 13.21-99 defeat Glen Waverley Hawks 8.12-60

DIVISION 3 RESERVES TEAM Ferntree Gully Boronia Heathmont Scoresby Waverley Blues The Basin Warrandyte Donvale Chirnside Park Ringwood Templestowe South Belgrave

P 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1

W L D FOR AGST % PTS 1 0 0 139 7 1985.71 4 1 0 0 121 27 448.15 4 1 0 0 107 32 334.38 4 1 0 0 122 41 297.56 4 1 0 0 81 32 253.12 4 1 0 0 79 47 168.09 4 0 1 0 47 79 59.49 0 0 1 0 32 81 39.51 0 0 1 0 41 122 33.61 0 0 1 0 32 107 29.91 0 0 1 0 27 121 22.31 0 0 1 0 7 139 5.04 0 Round 1 - April 7 Heathmont 16.11-107 defeat Ringwood 4.8-32 Chirnside Park 6.5-41 defeat by Scoresby 18.14-122 Waverley Blues 11.15-81 defeat Donvale 3.14-32 Templestowe 3.9-27 defeat by Boronia 18.13-121 Warrandyte 7.5-47 defeat by The Basin 12.7-79 South Belgrave 1.1-7 defeat by Ferntree Gully 19.25-139

DIVISION 4 RESERVES TEAM East Burwood Whitehorse Pioneers Silvan Forest Hill Kilsyth Fair Park Surrey Park Nunawading Glen Waverley Hawks Coldstream

P 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1

W 1 1 1 1 1 0 0 0 0 0

L 0 0 0 0 0 1 1 1 1 1

D 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

FOR 94 115 82 68 58 53 61 61 27 14

AGST 14 27 61 61 53 58 68 82 115 94

% 671.43 425.93 134.43 111.48 109.43 91.38 89.71 74.39 23.48 14.89

PTS 4 4 4 4 4 0 0 0 0 0

Round 1 - April 7 East Burwood 14.10-94 defeat Coldstream 2.2-14 Fair Park 8.5-53 defeat by Kilsyth 8.10-58 Forest Hill 10.8-68 defeat Surrey Park 9.7-61 Silvan 12.10-82 defeat Nunawading 9.7-61 Whitehorse Pioneers 17.13-115 defeat Glen Waverley Hawks 4.3-27

DIVISION 3 U19’s TEAM Waverley Blues The Basin South Belgrave Boronia Scoresby Heathmont Chirnside Park Templestowe Ferntree Gully Warrandyte Donvale

W L D FOR AGST % 1 0 0 143 31 461.29 1 0 0 111 51 217.65 1 0 0 104 62 167.74 1 0 0 64 53 120.75 1 0 0 90 80 112.50 0 0 0 0 0 0.00 0 1 0 80 90 88.89 0 1 0 53 64 82.81 0 1 0 62 104 59.62 0 1 0 51 111 45.95 0 1 0 31 143 21.68 Round 1 - April 7 Chirnside Park 11.14-80 defeat by Scoresby 14.6-90 Waverley Blues 22.11-143 defeat Donvale 4.7-31 Templestowe 8.5-53 defeat by Boronia 9.10-64 Warrandyte 8.3-51 defeat by The Basin 17.9-111 South Belgrave 16.8-104 defeat Ferntree Gully 9.8-62

www.efl.org.au

P 1 1 1 1 1 0 1 1 1 1 1

PTS 4 4 4 4 4 4 0 0 0 0 0

DIVISION 4 U19’s TEAM Silvan Park Orchards Surrey Park Whitehorse/ Sth Croydon East Burwood Fair Park

P 1 1 1

W 1 1 1

L 0 0 0

D 0 0 0

FOR 141 108 71

AGST 22 28 38

% 640.91 385.71 186.84

PTS 4 4 4

1

0

1

0

1 1

0 0

1 1

0 0

38

71

53.52

0

28 22

108 141

25.93 15.60

0 0

Round 1 - April 7 Whitehorse/Sth Croydon 5.8-38 defeat by Surrey Park 10.11-71 East Burwood 4.4-28 defeat by Park Orchards 16.12-108 Fair Park 3.4-22 defeat by Silvan 20.21-141

79


SCOREBOARDS 2018 DIVISION 1 - ROUND 1 Blackburn Doncaster Blackburn

3.3-21 6.5-41 7.7-49 11.8-74 1.4-10 3.6-24 6.12-48 11.18-84 Goal Kickers: R. Bathie 4, J. Hammond 2, M. Thorp, B. Daniher, T. Watkins, M. Doreian, J. Hood Best Players: T. Maher, X. Murphy, J. Hammond, B. Daniher, J. Hood, R. Bathie Doncaster Goal Kickers: J. Kalanj 3, H. Conway 2, J. Munks 2, J. Lumicisi 2, J. Hall, E. McKenzie Best Players: C. Annakis, J. Hall, A. Rambaldi, M. Fogarty, C. Tout, E. McKenzie South Croydon 1.5-11 4.9-33 9.11-65 14.16-100 Noble Park 5.4-34 7.7-49 10.10-70 13.15-93 South Croydon Goal Kickers: J. Tucker 3, J. Coghlan 3, P. Rosier 2, M. King 2, J. Cass, D. Cooper, B. Kilpatrick, M. King Best Players: J. Coghlan, L. Cox, J. Cass, D. Walker, F. Anderson, M. Jones Noble Park Goal Kickers: H. Thomas 4, W. Collis 2, P. Wright 2, L. Nelson 2, K. Kean, L. Bull, J. Marson Best Players: J. Sketcher, H. Thomas, P. Wright, W. Collis, K. Martin, D. Gordon Knox 3.3-21 5.4-34 10.9-69 10.11-71 Montrose 3.3-21 6.5-41 7.8-50 11.13-79 Knox Goal Kickers: M. Northe 3, B. Holst, T. Laughlin, R. Maibaum, J. Rafferty, M. Jordan, J. Beech, D. Forbes Best Players: J. Beech, R. Johnson, M. Northe, J. Curtiss, R. Wilson, R. Harris Montrose Goal Kickers: M. McLaughlin 3, N. Dinham 2, T. Lanyon 2, T. Jones 2, A. Bajramov, M. Missen Best Players: T. Jones, R. Hillard, M. McLaughlin, A. Bajramov, B. Gardoll, J. Bastinac Rowville 0.3-3 4.5-29 8.11-59 11.17-83 Norwood 0.0 5.7-37 7.11-53 9.12-66 Rowville Goal Kickers: C. Clarke 5, Z. Alwan 2, A. Frawley, L. McDonald, W. Stephenson, J. Cyster Best Players: J. Kinder, C. Clarke, M. Sikora, M. Crozier, S. Georgiou, W. Stephenson Norwood Goal Kickers: D. Johnson 4, S. Blease, D. Poynton, J. Bennell, T. Fiedler, C. O’Sullivan Best Players: C. O’Sullivan, M. Pearson, J. Gysberts, J. Kroussoratis, D. Johnson, S. Hill Vermont 3.3-21 6.4-40 11.8-74 15.8-98 Balwyn 1.0-6 6.4-40 11.6-72 14.7-91 Vermont Goal Kickers: A. Ainger 4, B. Eddy 3, R. McComb 2, T. Schneider, A. Parker, J. Collopy, L. Wale-Buxton, A. Pretto, T. Hyams Best Players: J. Fisher, L. Wale-Buxton, A. Ainger, B. Eddy, T. Schneider, T. Hyams Balwyn Goal Kickers: C. Haley 4, J. Gobbels 3, C. Manuel 2, L. Barker 2, L. Bain, T. Davis, R. Gilchrist Best Players: K. Pendlebury , C. Manuel, C. Byrne, T. Wilson, A. Kennedy, D. Baglava East Ringwood 3.4-22 5.7-37 8.9-57 12.10-82 North Ringwood 5.3-33 5.9-39 10.13-73 13.14-92 East Ringwood Goal Kickers: T. Davies 2, L. Jeffs 2, L. Osborne 2, D. Cleven, J. Weightman, M. Ekers, L. Kinsella, S. Donnelly, A. Swierzbiolek Best Players: A. Urban, L. Osborne, A. Swierzbiolek, D. Cleven, C. Cerni, J. Weightman North Ringwood Goal Kickers: T. Jones 4, M. Cullinan 2, J. Hoegel 2, M. Sheppard 2, A. Sharp, M. Joyner, J. Whelan Best Players: J. Whelan, T. Jones, M. Joyner, M. Cullinan, J. Petracca, G. Phelps

DIVISION 2 - ROUND 1 Bayswater 0.0 0.0 0.0 21.18-144 Mulgrave 0.0 0.0 0.0 3.6-24 Bayswater Goal Kickers: J. Callanan 6, W. McInerney 3, M. Grubb 2, C. McLeod 2, J. Galvin 2, K. Millar 2, S. McInerney, M. Galvin, A. Cotte, C. O’reilly Best Players: M. Cunningham, W. McInerney, C. McLeod, J. Galvin, K. Lopo, J. Callanan Mulgrave Goal Kickers: J. Davidson, A. Booth, S. Lester Best Players: J. Cochrane, B. Gilling, D. Cheesman, S. Lester, M. Peddle, T. Knowles Croydon 0.0 1.2-8 4.5-29 6.7-43 Lilydale 4.2-26 5.2-32 10.6-66 13.6-84 Croydon Goal Kickers: J. Christie, M. Wilkins, L. Kimpton, B. Christie, E. Wadsworth, J. Bolton Best Players: G. Lisle, J. Christie, B. Hotker, B. Freeman, K. Maher, F. Smith Lilydale Goal Kickers: L. Wilson 3, L. Koger 2, C. Berntsen 2, B. Lowe 2, S. Baker, R. Harvey, B. Mitchener, R. McNay Best Players: M. De Franceschi, N. Del Biondo, S. Baker, P. Klep, L. Wilson, B. Lowe Park Orchards 6.3-39 7.5-47 11.10-76 15.15-105 Wantirna South 0.4-4 5.5-35 8.8-56 12.10-82 Park Orchards Goal Kickers: M. Fowkes 3, C. Hickey 2, M. Nicholson 2, D. Gorringe 2, L. Buhagiar, N. Wiggins, B. Weinert, N. Handley, J. Witnish, S. Heron Best Players: M. Fowkes, B. Heyde, C. Cromb, N. Handley, C. Dejager, N. Wiggins Wantirna South Goal Kickers: L. Greig 6, D. Hughes 2, J. Hudson, B. Walker, L. Molyneux, T. Leggate Best Players: L. Greig, W. Edwards, A. Teakel, R. Silver, B. Carboni, J. Hudson Mooroolbark 3.4-22 8.6-54 10.11-71 11.11-77 Doncaster East 0.3-3 1.7-13 4.9-33 8.14-62 Mooroolbark Goal Kickers: P. Hager 2, M. Polkinghorne 2, T. Georgiou 2, M. Musa, B. Slattery, A. Hunter, J. Jordan, J. Roth Best Players: J. Darby, J. Findlay, J. Craig-Smith, T. Wright, A. Hunter, J. Roth Doncaster East Goal Kickers: J. Summers 2, T. Gordon 2, L. Murphy 2, C. Lucas, M. Steven Best Players: J. Lowther, J. Sholakis, T. Whitty, L. Murphy, J. Summers, J. Appleby Mitcham 1.2-8 5.7-37 5.7-37 7.10-52 Upper Ferntree Gully 6.3-39 15.12-102 15.12-102 21.19-145 Mitcham Goal Kickers: J. McCubbin 3, J. Parente, R. Nicholas, B. Joseph, L. Marro Best Players: J. McCubbin, A. Willenberg, W. Gordon, T. Burkitt, J. Uren, J. Toohey Upper FTG Goal Kickers: J. Perry 5, M. Lee 4, R. Bailey 2, C. Wakefield 2, D. Reid 2, T. McWilliam 2, L. Meagher, L. Wakefield, B. Hards, R. Hore Best Players: M. Lee, M. Smith, B. Hards, J. Perry, D. Reid, F. Dodds

80

The Eastern Footballer

DIVISION 3 - ROUND 1 Heathmont 1.1-7 5.4-34 5.8-38 8.12-60 Ringwood 1.1-7 5.1-31 8.3-51 11.4-70 Heathmont Goal Kickers: L. Odermatt 3, B. Abbruzzese 2, F. Brown, B. English , K. Clark Best Players: D. Sverns, L. Odermatt, B. Abbruzzese, J. Haynes, C. Colombo, B. English Ringwood Goal Kickers: M. Brereton 5, T. Farmer 2, D. Jordanov, J. Cairns, S. Brown, M. Jacobs Best Players: M. Brereton, K. Matthews, P. Burmeister, B. Power, M. Jackson, D. Atwell Chirnside Park 1.2-8 2.5-17 5.7-37 6.7-43 Scoresby 3.5-23 9.10-64 15.13-103 24.18-162 Chirnside Park Goal Kickers: K. Bradshaw 2, T. Walker, S. Mcilwaine, A. Mcnab, D. Giles Best Players: A. Mcnab, K. Bradshaw, D. Prizmic, D. Lewis, W. Rakei, C. Eisele Scoresby Goal Kickers: N. Hicks 9, D. Hehir 7, N. Richards 2, M. Walker 2, D. Evans-Marcius, M. Krawczyk , P. Chadwick, J. Ryall Best Players: N. Hicks, D. Hehir, P. Chadwick, B. Legg, J. Ryall, M. Walker Waverley Blues 4.5-29 9.9-63 12.17-89 13.18-96 Donvale 1.3-9 5.4-34 8.8-56 10.10-70 Waverley Blues Goal Kickers: L. McKinley 3, J. O’’Connell 3, M. Hayes 2, J. Dear 2, M. Sharpe, D. Playsted, J. Coghlan Best Players: D. Playsted, M. Hayes, B. Evans, S. Hawkins, J. Twycross, M. Sharpe Donvale Goal Kickers: N. Murphy 4, B. Lyall, M. Leardi, K. Wignell, J. McCormack, J. Grocott, R. Finch Best Players: N. Mill, J. McCormack, J. Grocott, H. Cotsford, K. Panayiotou, M. Sutherland Templestowe 2.1-13 2.3-15 3.3-21 3.3-21 Boronia 2.1-13 7.3-45 13.8-86 18.16-124 Templestowe Goal Kickers: M. Bain, O. Lodge, S. Clark Best Players: W. Lodge, D. Pearce, M. Blake, T. Blake, A. Fancellu, M. Zukiewicz Boronia Goal Kickers: Z. Robinson 4, L. Watson 4, B. Rapisarda 2, J. Hannon 2, L. Hannon 2, M. Buzinskas, A. Phillips, N. Heuston, T. Steele Best Players: L. Hannon, J. Godwin, J. Lake, J. Collins, Z. Robinson, L. McKernan Warrandyte 2.0-12 6.4-40 8.4-52 10.4-64 The Basin 4.3-27 5.4-34 7.9-51 14.9-93 Warrandyte Goal Kickers: N. Brooking 3, M. Cullum 2, J. Beasley 2, J. Powell, M. Buckley, L. Dunn Best Players: N. Brooking, J. Beasley, L. Oliver, A. Briffa, S. Ternes, T. Versteegen The Basin Goal Kickers: T. Mills 4, C. Cripps 3, R. Kennedy 2, B. Dowler 2, J. Brown, M. Brown, L. Cripps Best Players: T. Mills, J. Chircop, J. Robertson, L. Cripps, K. Roberts, J. Roberts South Belgrave 4.0-24 4.3-27 5.3-33 7.6-48 Ferntree Gully 0.2-2 4.4-28 9.9-63 15.12-102 South Belgrave Goal Kickers: A. Bakens 5, P. Costa, B. Hodgson Best Players: R. Punnett, A. Bakens, B. Neurath, L. Topp, P. Costa, S. Brown Ferntree Gully Goal Kickers: L. Boyle 4, A. Cavarra 3, D. Eacott 2, C. Cox 2, L. Kennedy 2, N. Hallo, K. Gray Best Players: J. Cavarra, K. Gray, N. Knoops, C. Cox, L. Young, A. Cavarra

DIVISION 4 - ROUND 1 East Burwood Coldstream East Burwood

2.4-16 6.6-42 9.8-62 13.9-87 2.3-15 4.5-29 7.8-50 10.10-70 Goal Kickers: A. Gileno 8, M. Wills 2, N. Canning, S. Davis, A. Angemi Best Players: A. Gileno, A. Angemi, S. Davis, J. Kennedy, J. Murphy, R. Lepore Coldstream Goal Kickers: D. Fritsch 3, D. Carrigan 2, C. Whitchell 2, M. Edmonds, L. Craig, C. Majok Best Players: L. Craig, D. Fritsch, L. McPhee, D. Carrigan, T. Clayton, C. Shield Fair Park 1.1-7 3.4-22 8.6-54 11.8-74 Kilsyth 3.8-26 7.11-53 12.14-86 18.15-123 Fair Park Goal Kickers: J. Gough 6, K. Hird 2, J. Peagram, T. Fabrizio, A. Calder Best Players: J. Gough, J. Topp, R. Matthews, J. Temple, E. Doulgeris, H. Degraaf Kilsyth Goal Kickers: J. Sigersma 4, J. Hevern 3, J. Henshall 2, J. Coleman 2, W. Mutschler 2, P. Wall, J. Bentley, M. Russo, M. Charles, C. McArthur Best Players: J. Bentley, P. Wall, S. Clarke, B. Richards, J. Sigersma, P. Blight Forest Hill 4.3-27 10.7-67 13.13-91 14.15-99 Surrey Park 3.1-19 4.2-26 5.5-35 9.9-63 Forest Hill Goal Kickers: M. Cardamone 5, S. Pimm 4, R. Fisher, I. Taylor, L. Strachan, J. Davis, J. Mowat Best Players: N. Palmer, D. Ousley, M. Cardamone, G. Willoughby, S. Grose, T. Johnston Surrey Park Goal Kickers: C. Smith 4, M. Goodings, C. McCasker, J. Garvin, M. Gale, T. Spangaro Best Players: T. Spangaro, B. Roberts, D. Smart, K. Henden, C. Smith, C. McCasker Silvan 8.6-54 16.8-104 20.12-132 25.26-176 Nunawading 0.0 2.1-13 5.4-34 7.8-50 Silvan Goal Kickers: C. Murphy 4, K. Purtle 4, L. Oliver 4, W. Schmidt 3, S. Wilson 3, D. Lemon 2, J. Dietzal, A. Fortescue, R. Spooner, Z. Dwyer, A. Spiteri Best Players: D. Lemon, L. Oliver, K. Purtle, Z. Dwyer, T. Verhoef Nunawading Goal Kickers: J. Winter 3, R. Hardy 2, M. Simpson, C. Winter Best Players: J. Winter, R. Hardy, N. Lineham, J. Webb, J. Durand Whitehorse Pioneers 5.6-36 8.15-63 9.18-72 13.21-99 Glen Waverley Hawks 3.0-18 5.3-33 7.8-50 8.12-60 Whitehorse Pioneers Goal Kickers: A. Padbury 5, C. LeGrand 2, M. McCormack, C. McDougall, A. Mariani, E. Sim, M. Ward, M. Tippett Best Players: C. McDougall, T. Connell, D. Vanhooff, M. Mariani, A. Padbury, J. Hockey Glen Waverley Hawks Goal Kickers: A. Amin 3, M. Ferguson 2, B. Riddle, A. Murray, L. Broad Best Players: M. Potts, J. Dunne, L. Broad, J. Steinfort, P. Tyler, B. Sullivan


WE SALUTE OUR SPONSORS! Sponsorship plays a vital role in sport at all levels and without it the league would not be as successful as it is today. The income generated from sponsorship reduces the financial burden on competing clubs and keeps the cost of football in the EFL within reach of all supporters.

NAMING RIGHTS SPONSOR

MAJOR SPONSORS

SUPPORT SPONSORS

COMMUNITY PARTNERS


PROUDLY SUPPORTING

THE EASTERN FOOTBALL LEAGUE

THURSDAYS 8.30 AFLFootyShow

AFLFootyShow

@AFLFootyShow

The Eastern Footballer | Round 2 2018  
The Eastern Footballer | Round 2 2018  
Advertisement