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INSIDE THE EFL How’s the league going? As we travel around to games, people often ask, “How’s the league going?” While that’s a question best left for others to judge, it’s also worth reflecting on how we change from year to year. We don’t often do this until the end of the year when we review what’s been done and realise that significant change Phil Murton occurs every year to make the EFL Chief Executive Officer competition improve, grow and hopefully run better for everyone involved. I thought it would be a good exercise to do now and also help me answer people’s question. From a team numbers perspective, we’ve seen some great growth again. Netball is up another 13 per cent to 79 teams and EFL teams in the Deakin Uni Eastern Region Women’s Competition have increased from 7 to 14. With no new senior men’s clubs, those numbers are consistent on 98 (seniors, reserves, veterans), and we are at 36 under-19 teams, up one from 2017. At junior level we have had our best growth in years with junior girls up at 83 teams and junior boys growing to 338, pleasingly with record numbers in non-comp age groups (8-10) and the most number of teams at under-15 and 17 team level since 2011. So overall, we have 648 football/netball teams this year, up from 611 last year. While in a comp our size we’ll always have some clubs at senior or junior level not operating as well as they’d like, with AFL Vic we’ve changed how club development is managed so clubs are now getting more support. More than ever before has been invested into school programs in areas where participation has been low to increase Auskick and junior club registrations, with the early results looking promising. Umpire numbers have been strong, with 130 new umpires joining the ranks and umpire churn the lowest in years. We’ve got some work to do with filling our requirement of goal umpires, with injuries and unavailability hurting at present.

last year, is being rolled out across the junior competitions this year creating further efficiencies and time savings for both umpires and league staff. A new podcast has started and our video media offerings will be expanded in the coming months, making the most of extra match day footage with Division 2 games now being filmed. A new media outside broadcast van is on its way, which will help provide a better base for both calling and filming games of the day, which continue to improve with enhanced on-screen graphics and replay. We are trialling a range of match-day operations changes aimed at reducing volunteer workload and if adopted will reduce volunteer burden by some 20,000 plus hours. These include last possession rules in juniors and women’s, which also speed up play and make for less congestion, opening up the game and making it better to play, umpire and watch. New instructional videos for match-day officials have had over 4,000 views helping us manage the game day environment even better. Percentage from junior footy has been removed and we will now use head-to-head tie breakers to split teams who finish even on points or match ratio. It means the games that really matter are the ones against the teams of similar ability, not beating up on the teams who are struggling. A new Coaching Philosophy, developed in conjunction with Hawthorn, the Eastern Ranges and AFL Vic has been launched to create an even better environment for players and as part of a new MOU with Hawthorn, are looking at trialling some small-sided games in non-comp footy to give players a better match day experience and hopefully develop their skills more. So, to answer the question, “How’s the league going?”, while I’ll still leave that for others to judge, the EFL is proud of being progressive and innovative and not afraid to try things and take some risks. We won’t get it right every time, and always take on feedback to build and improve on what we are doing. There’s a quote I like that says, “Roll out what you did last year and you will be guaranteed to get the same result, less 10%”.

Off-field, we are excited in signing on new major sponsors in Eastland and carsales, the latter bringing with it a change in umpire uniform to a new more modern cut and design by AFL umpire uniform supplier Project Clothing.

It rings true. We are always looking to improve and evolve. It’s what’s helped us grow into the respected competition we are today. The willingness to do this is important not only from a league perspective, but from a club and player perspective also. As an industry we are sometimes averse to change. Keeping an open mind and making change based on informed decisions is important.

Online match-day paperwork, introduced in senior footy

See you at the games this week.

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South Croydon Vermont North Ringwood Balwyn Rowville Doncaster

Doncaster East Bayswater Mooroolbark Wantirna South Lilydale

Heathmont Ringwood Boronia Scoresby Ferntree Gully Donvale

East Burwood GW Hawks Coldstream Whitehorse Fairpark

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Blackburn Norwood North Ringwood Balwyn Rowville Doncaster

Upper FTG Bayswater Mooroolbark Wantirna South Lilydale

Heathmont Ringwood Boronia Scoresby Ferntree Gully Donvale

East Burwood Kilsyth Coldstream Whitehorse Fairpark

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South Croydon Vermont North Ringwood Balwyn Rowville Doncaster

Doncaster East Bayswater Mooroolbark Wantirna South Park Orchards

Heathmont Ringwood Boronia Scoresby Ferntree Gully Donvale

East Burwood Kilsyth Surrey Park Whitehorse Fairpark

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South Croydon Vermont Noble Park Balwyn Rowville Doncaster

Doncaster East Bayswater Mooroolbark Wantirna South Lilydale

Waverley Blues Ringwood Boronia Scoresby Ferntree Gully Donvale

East Burwood GW Hawks Surrey Park Whitehorse Fairpark

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Blackburn Vermont North Ringwood Balwyn Rowville Doncaster

Bayswater Mooroolbark Wantirna South Lilydale Park Orchards

Waverley Blues Ringwood Boronia Scoresby Ferntree Gully Chirnside Park

Forest Hill Kilsyth Surrey Park Whitehorse Fairpark

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Blackburn Vermont North Ringwood Balwyn Rowville Doncaster

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STATS BENCH

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Division 1 Round 4 Balwyn

Wins 17

East Ringwood

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Draws

Streak

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B5

Montrose

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Rowville

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R5

Blackburn

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South Croydon

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Norwood

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Vermont

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North Ringwood

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Noble Park

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Doncaster

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Knox

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D1

Wins

Draws

Streak

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0

B3

Division 2 Round 4 Croydon Lilydale

Wins 33

Bayswater

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Park Orchards

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Mulgrave

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Mooroolbark

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Mb 4

Mitcham

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Wantirna South

9

0

WS 6

Doncaster East

19

Upper FTG

24

0

UG 1

Wins

Draws

Streak

2

0

S2

Division 3 Round 4 South Belgrave

Wins 1

Scoresby

Donvale

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Chirnside Park

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-

-

Heathmont

0

Waverley Blues

6

0

WB 6

Ringwood

4

Templestowe

9

0

R1

Boronia

21

The Basin

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0

B2

Warrandyte

15

Ferntree Gully

12

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Division 4 Round 4

Wins

Wins

Draws

Streak

Kilsyth

11

0

GWH 1

6

Surrey Park

4

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C2

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Forest Hill

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-

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Glen W Hawks

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Coldstream East Burwood Nunawading

10

Fair Park

30

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FP 8

Whitehorse Prs

3

Silvan

1

0

WP 2

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SHARK ATTACK By: Daniel Cencic Twitter: @DC_EFL

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scintillating second-half performance saw Doncaster overcome a 28-point halftime deficit to topple reigning premier South Croydon by nine points last Saturday. The Dogs raced out of the blocks early at Cheong Park with a seven-goal-to-four opening term to lead by 20 points at quarter time, which continued into the second term adding to the Sharks’ predicament at the main break. Doncaster senior coach Andrew Tranquilli told EFL Sunday his side never felt the halftime margin was unassailable. “It was a good feeling after the game but it was a totally different feeling at halftime, even early in the third quarter,” Tranquilli said. “South Croydon, gee they looked slick and they’re going to be one of the sides to beat again. “Getting the four points early in the year against them was definitely one we made sure we got. “We’ve got a pretty good track record that we can run out many games. Even at halftime we felt we were still in it because we knew what we had to clean up was in our own control, not relying on South Croydon falling away. “We were pretty comfortable at three quarter time that we still had plenty of petrol. “We just have a belief that if we just stick to our processes that as long as time allows it, we can run out a game - it’s more just a belief that we just keep fighting it out.” Coming off a heavy loss to Rowville the week prior, the message leading into the all-important clash with the Dogs was simple for Tranquilli. “The win was non-negotiable,” he said. “We really let ourselves down coming off a good win against Blackburn (on Good Friday). “We looked each other in the eye during the week, we had a bit of a solid and honest review and said this week was non-negotiable.” Nick Komen finished the match with five majors for the Sharks, while Chandler medallist Chris Annakis booted four. Former Shark Daniel Cooper led the scoring for South Croydon, alongside Michael King with four each. Tranquilli paid credence to Ewan McKenzie who www.efl.org.au

has shouldered much of the ruck responsibilities for Doncaster this season, while defender Matt Schimmelbusch has been afforded the freedom of moving up the field this year. “Ewan is a quality player and he’s just terrific at ground level – his second efforts are phenomenal (and) ‘Komes’ (Nick Komen) gives us a bit of a different dynamic so our ruck stocks are actually pretty healthy. “We’ve got some good kids in our development squad that are coming through that are probably still learning the craft before they step up so having someone like Ewan around the traps during the week is going to hold us in good stead. “I’m glad he (Ewan) is in our colours and no-one else’s, that’s for sure. “Matty Schimmelbusch is someone who’s gone underrated for many years and all of a sudden we’ve got the flexibility that now we can release him as a key defender. “We thought we just needed a bit more stability, so we put him into that wing, half-back, centrehalf-back role. “’Schimma’ gives us the flexibility now to give us something to add to the midfield as well.” Doncaster hosts Knox this week, with Tranquilli taking a cautious approach. “Knox is really on the radar, that’s a real critical game,” he said. “I really rate Knox, they’re a good side, a good club and regardless of where they are on the ladder, they’re always going to give an honest effort, that’s for sure.” 7


THE FIVE By: Matt Fotia Twitter: @fotiamatt

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eautiful sunshine was welcomed across the eastern suburbs over the weekend and it shone brightly on some fantastic football across the competition. It was welcomed with some high scores, some big wins and a lot of close enthralling encounters. Here’s five things we’ve learnt after Round 3. Tough time for the Tigers Mitcham finds itself winless and second-last on the Division 2 ladder after a 62-point loss to an undefeated Lilydale at home on Saturday, with the Falcons’ Lachlan Koger and Corey Bernstein kicking four and co-captain Lachlan Wilson finishing best a field. This has followed a 93-point loss in Round 1 to the Kings and a 43-point loss to Croydon last week for the Tigers. They’ve managed 20 goals this season and have let through 49 majors themselves. The Tigers are overtly young and were outclassed in contested possessions. They also left the extremely talented Jake Parente all on his lonesome down forward. Their next three weeks see clashes with Wantirna South, Park Orchards and Bayswater, leaving the Round 7 fixture with Mulgrave their first big chance at victory. The Saints enter the fray After two victories over sides they were expected to beat, North Ringwood’s first real test came this weekend against Vermont at the home of the Eagles. The Saints kicked five goals to three in the last quarter to almost pinch a come-from-behind victory. Despite the loss, the Saints have showed everyone that they mean business in 2018. Curtis Dunne kicked four goals, whilst Michael Locco was impressive all day in the almost shock result. After an impressive off-season recruiting-wise and a strong start to the season 2018, a finals tilt looks like a massive possibility for the men at Quambee Reserve this season. The most even Division 1 in years The Saints’ performance wasn’t the only thing we took a lesson from this weekend in Division 1. We learnt that this season could be one of the most close-run Division 1 seasons in years. Balwyn held off newly promoted Knox by just three goals, Norwood punished Noble Park after the Bulls had put Blackburn to the sword last weekend. Blackburn defeated Rowville with relative ease, whilst the Hawks’ Round 2 victims Doncaster came from behind to win a shootout against the premiers. All the while Montrose grabbed its second victory as East Ringwood lost its third straight game by 10 points or less. 8

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North Ringwood finds itself second with a 2-1 record, with Norwood joining it despite not being at its best according to coach Patrick Bowden and Montrose also have an unexpected positive ledger. Meanwhile, South Croydon, Noble Park and Blackburn find themselves in eighth, ninth and 10th despite playing some scintillating football at times this season thus far. It seems anyone can beat anyone, and we could have a massive battle for the top five spots in 2018. Anyone who enjoys EFL footy should be excited by the season ahead.

Bears out of hibernation. The Basin Football Club notched up an impressive away victory on Saturday night away to the previously undefeated Ferntree Gully Eagles in front of a strong crowd at Wally Tew Reserve. The Bears’ ability to repel Ferntree Gully’s attacks was particularly important as they joined the pack of four sides with a 2-1 record in Division 3 (Scoresby, Heathmont, Ferntree Gully). Jordan Roberts was impressive in a best afield performance with Daniel Galante kicking two majors. The Basin has slid under the radar thus far, but after a four-point loss to second-placed Ringwood last weekend and this weekend’s hard-fought win shows that the Bears could be a finals aspirant, and should have enough to book that all-important top-six finish to lock up Division 3 football in 2019. Pioneers looking the goods East Burwood’s story may have stolen the headlines thus far this season in Division 4, but last season’s preliminary finallist Whitehorse Pioneers are looking good again in 2018. The Pioneers have defeated Glen Waverley Hawks (who grabbed their first win against the much-fancied Forest Hill last weekend) and Surrey Park with relative ease (despite six goals from Chris Smith) and defeated fellow 2017 finalist Coldstream by 25 points in Round 2. The Mariani brothers kicked five goals between them this weekend, with Damian Betracco taking the honours for best on ground. The Pioneers should find themselves heading into their Round 5 clash with Kilsyth with an unblemished record, as may the Cougars who face a revitalised Glen Waverley Hawks this weekend. Put that one in your diaries. All views expressed in this article remain those of the author and not of the Eastern Football League or its affiliated clubs.


EASTLAND NETBALL REVIEW By: Jessie Hare Twitter: @JessieHaree

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ith Round 2 done and dusted for the Netball EFL, we saw plenty of great games across all of the divisions with many teams playing their first game of the season.

Premier/Premier Reserve kicked off with wins to Scoresby by 11 goals and Janelle Kelly shooting 25 for the Swoopers. Boronia comfortably defeated Heathmont, 56-38 with Julia rush shooting 47 of those goals. Fairpark Yellow, Lilydale Falcons and Norwood black all took the four points respectively. Division 1 saw strong netball played by Forest Hill and Kilsyth with easy wins. Fairpark had a huge win over Boronia, 62-23. Emily Williams shooting 32 goals for the game and Megan Williams with 30. The other half of the division had some tighter matches with South Croydon defeating Knox by two goals. Park Orchards took out the game by six goals with Paige Tomlins scoring 26 for the match. To finish the division, Coldstream took the four points over Blackburn. Over in Division 2, Croydon got a huge win against Scoresby, 44-15. Norwood Purple and The Basin Reds took out their games confidently. Forest Hill had a two-goal win over Knox and Ringwood defeated Park Orchards by six goals with four different goal scorers for the game. To round out the division, Kilsyth were able to beat Lilydale in what was a close match for the whole 40 minutes. In Division 3, every team was looking for their first win on the board across the whole division there was only one close game which was between Mulgrave and Coldstream, Mulgrave took the win by three goals. Knox Falcons Red, Vermont Eagles, Ferntree Gully Blue, Kilsyth Cougars Black and Heathmont Blue all going home with wins on the board to start their seasons.

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Division 4 had five games to played for the round and of those five games, each had one comfortable winner. Heathmont Yellow defeated Forest Hill, 30-24. Lilydale Blue took on Ringwood White, 23-13. Ferntree Gully White took the win against Coldstream with Emily Mitchell scoring 25 of their 34 goals. Closing out the round, Glen Waverley Hawks defeated Nunawading, 34-22. Across in Division 5, we saw a couple big wins with Upper Ferntree Gully defeating Knox, 43-9 and South Belgrave went up against Norwood taking the win, 33-8. Wantirna South White beat The Basin, 32-20 with Wantirna South’s Megan Stack shooting 20 goals for the game. Mitcham were able to keep their lead despite a comeback from Wantirna South Black and win by two goals. To finish off the round, Heathmont Black defeated Ferntree Gully Yellow, 25-14 and South Croydon comfortably beat Lilydale, 16-9. Over in Division 6, the biggest win of the round went to South Belgrave who defeated Coldstream, 37-3. Park Orchards, Glen Waverley Hawks and Coldstream all took away the four points with their wins. The closest game of the round was a 3-goal win to Montrose against Norwood. Looking ahead to Round 3 here are some of the games you might want to go check out across all the divisions. In Premier/Premier Reserve, Boronia will take on Wantirna South Reserves. Division 1 will see Fairpark take on Wantirna Devils and Coldstream take on Forest Hill. Over in Division 2, we have a top of the ladder clash between Croydon and Kilsyth and a third versus fourth clash in Norwood and The Basin. In Division 3, Knox Falcons take on Heathmont and Division 4 will see another top of the ladder clash in Glen Waverley Hawks and North Ringwood. Across to Division 5, Upper Ferntree Gully will face Mitcham. Finally, in Division 6 we will see Park Orchards take on South Belgrave and Glen Waverley Hawks face Nunawading.

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he EFL is pleased to announce a new three-year partnership with Australia’s number-one online automotive classifieds company, carsales.

The partnership includes support of and branding on new uniforms for umpires, as well as an investment in our continuing road safety program aimed at learner drivers.

“This partnership gives us the opportunity to make a genuine difference across all age groups. “We are also very passionate about the road safety of all Australian’s, particularly those graduating onto their full license, so we are delighted to play a role in helping continue the EFL’s learner drive program.” The partnership marks a new look for umpires across the EFL with new uniforms being launched across the senior competition this week.

“We are thrilled to have a multi-national company such as carsales partnering with the Eastern Football League,” EFL CEO Phil Murton said.

Moving away from white for the first time in history, EFL umpires will now wear a new modern colour and design, as seen in the AFL and other state leagues.

“Their support will help continue to drive the standards of umpiring in the EFL, reduce costs to entry for new umpires, as well as allow us to continue to put resources into our valuable road safety program.”

EFL Head of Umpiring Scott Van Noordennen said the change will have a big impact on umpire retention and development.

carsales Chief Marketing Officer Kellie Cordner said of the partnership, “We understand the importance of sporting organisations, such as the EFL, to their local community.” “We see umpires as integral to the success of local sporting competitions, but they don’t often receive the same support from sponsors as players and clubs.

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“Umpires, just like players and coaches, aspire to the top level of our sport and feedback from our umpires and from those leagues who have changed, is that aligning our uniform with the colour, cut and quality of that at the elite level gives further inspiration for umpires to aim for a career in umpiring,” Van Noordennen said. The new uniforms were phased into the senior competition last week, followed by the junior competition this week.

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LOYALTY PERSONIFIED By: Daniel Cencic Twitter: @DC_EFL

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oyalty is a rare trait in modern football.

Near on 30 years after first donning the black and white, East Burwood’s Craig O’Malley will run out for his 450th club game this weekend. After falling on lean times in the past decade, with the Rams last making a senior finals appearance in 2006, O’Malley has epitomised loyalty in every respect as the club has started to enjoy the taste of victory again in the opening three rounds this season. He is as revered as any at the club. “167 junior games, 283 senior games, coach, sponsor, committee member and life member, it is doubtful if any individual has contributed as much to the club over this period,” club stalwart John Brady said of O’Malley. “He (Craig) is greatly respected by all at the club and always makes time for younger players as they make their way into the seniors. “The ultimate one-club player who deserves all the rewards that come his way.” First representing the Rams as an eight-year-old in the club’s under-10s side in 1990, O’Malley’s junior career would see a best and fairest in 1992 as captain, followed by the under-14s best and fairest in 1996, later finishing runner-up for the

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under-16s honour. It wouldn’t be long before O’Malley would taste premiership success, with flag triumphs for East Burwood’s under-18s side in 1999 and 2000 – at a time when the Rams were the Division 1 powerhouse, also claiming silverware at senior level in both those years. Reflecting on his career, O’Malley says that while the last decade for the club has been tough, season 2018 has brought a rivitalised buzz to the Rams. “The last number of years have been tough, and I suppose it’s easier for me to hang around and help out where I could (and) it’s starting to pay off now,” O’Malley said. Transitioning into senior footy in 2001 culminated in the reserves flag that year, of which O’Malley was an integral part of – claiming best on ground honours in the grand final, with another reserves flag presenting in 2003, with O’Malley taking the best on ground honours again. “’01 was great, it was my first year of seniors and that team was one of the best sides I’ve played in,” O’Malley said. “There was so much talent, there were a lot of blokes that were senior footballers and just couldn’t fit in and a couple who were a bit older and other kids who were just pumped up and so


LOYALTY PERSONIFIED excited to be there – that was a really special one (and) ’03 we were pretty good most of the year – I think we went into that game as favourites.” The feeling of ecstasy that grand final victory brings would prove just as strong as the feeling of despair following grand final defeat – which O’Malley remembers from 2002. With East Burwood taking on East Ringwood in the 2002 Division 1 decider, the Rams raced out of the blocks early and by three quarter time, led by 33 points in what looked all but certain to be the club’s third senior cup in four years. The Roos came storming home, booting 10 majors in the final term to claim an historic premiership. “It was the one that got away,” O’Malley said. “It was incredible, it was a game of two halves. “We were so good in the first half and I remember Damian Houlihan was on fire and we had the edge on them at three quarter time. “In the last quarter they kicked 10-straight from memory, we had Adam Slater in the ruck and they had a pretty good ruckman and ‘Slatts’ (Adam Slater) just ran out of legs I think and we got cut up in the guts – they just got on a roll and couldn’t stop.” 2004 would see a powerful Noble Park outfit overcome the Rams in the Division 1 grand final, but from a personal point of view, O’Malley remembers it fondly. “’04 was probably a really memorable year for me too – Paul Broderick coached and it was one of the best years I’ve had in terms of where I finished in the votes at the end of the year, and I think I got best-on (for East Burwood) in that one too, but in a losing grand final,” he said. “It was good to just to be a part of that powerhouse and to play with some incredible players. “I played in four grand finals in a row and to play in six grand finals was pretty special.” It was also the year O’Malley first tried his hand at coaching in the junior ranks alongside mates Ryan Crozier and Daniel Waide, resulting in an under15s flag featuring a number of players that would go on to carve out fruitful senior careers. “They were battling for some coaches and not one of us had the time to do it so we all did it together and shared the role,” O’Malley said. www.efl.org.au

“They were some great kids – Mark Holland, one of the Marianis, all went on to play a lot of senior footy for us and elsewhere, some great players they turned out to be.” In 2010, O’Malley achieved an honour nobody in East Burwood’s illustrious history had been bestowed, when he became the only person in the club’s history to be awarded a life membership while still playing. “That was a massive honour, I was quite emotional,” O’Malley said. “Wayne Cripps we gave life membership to last year, but at the time I was the first. “I think that’s probably my most proudest moment to be honest.” What makes a club as special to be closing in on three decades of involvement? For Craig O’Malley, it’s the lifelong friendships and bonds formed over many years. “I still get goosebumps just driving in,” he said. “It is pretty special and it sort of puts it into perspective losing a Johnny Trollope and a Barry Wenker and people like that who you become so close to and you cherish your relationship with them but until they sort of go, it really puts it into perspective how special the place is. “I think that’s the biggest thing – you create life friendships (and) I think winning flags and best and fairests are all bonuses, it’s the people you meet and to be a part of something like that, it’s something you cherish forever.” With East Burwood taking on neighbouring club Forest Hill this week, the Rams’ start to the season, winning its first three matches has given O’Malley an eerily similar feeling to when he first transitioned into senior footy some 17 years ago. “Obviously I played a lot of footy with the Slater boys and Stuey Wynd and the boys that have come back to help - that was another reason I wanted to keep going – as soon as they walked in the door, it (the mood around the club) was a flick of the switch nearly,” O’Malley said. “There’s just a massive buzz around the joint (and) for me, it’s how it felt when I started seniors.” 13


DIVISION 1 BLACKBURN: 3 for 3 wins at Rowville last week culminated in a great day for the Club and new Head Coach Brendan Fulton as he opened the Burners account for the Season with a polished display from a young and emerging team, which had been impacted by some key injuries in preceding weeks. It was however, a dew laden and foggy Seebeck Oval that greeted our Futures (U19) team, keen to keep their unbeaten start to the season going. Despite an inaccurate start, the lads went into the long break with a 10pt lead having fought hard for the ball early. Good work early was shown by Lachie Bacon, Oscar Aliotta, Jackson Bersey and Muon Le leading from the front. A gutsy 2 pt. win ensued with some great forward play from Braiden Bodin amongst others. The 12.00 o’clock show left it late in the game against a committed opponent to run out winners by 2 Pts after the siren and maintain their perfect start to the season. Better players were Mitta Thorp, Liam Patto with goals to Marcus Young and Jake Harkins – 3 apiece. The Seniors went in with 5 x U19’s that had a combined 10 senior games between them and rolled the dice to back the well drilled match day game plan prepared over months of a tough and arduous pre-season. Despite the much-vaunted recruiting of their opponents, it was the Burners that trusted the process and led the way with a solid 4 Qtr. Effort, led up front by Ryan Bathie (4 goals) and doubles from new recruits Patty Lawlor, Nick Gray and Kyle Dove. We welcomed back the skipper Pat Contin who had a BOG performance, backed up by second gamer Tommy Maher who did a job on the classy Ziggy Alwan in a great sign for the future. Today we pass due recognition and respect for those men and women that have served our country in all wars, conflicts and peacekeeping operations. We value their contribution and suffering. Opposing Players, Coaches, Umpires and Supporters are welcome to join us for post-match refreshments in the club rooms ate the end of the match. For all Membership and Sponsorship opportunities (incl. Player Sponsors) please contact Mike McCoy on 0419 879 808. #WeAreBlackburn

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.

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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

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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 40 Ben Zoppo 41 Nic Molnar 42 Andrew Dellavedova 43 Darcy Whiffin 44 Josh O’Toole 45 Ash Stagg 46 Rhys Mills 47 Tom Schinck 48 Jayson Fabris 49 Jayson Fitz-Gerald 50 Zac Parr 51 Jarrod Parr 52 Glenn Strachan 53 Jack Schinck 54 Mitchell Schinck 55 Lachlan Evans Q1

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SOUTH CROYDON: Another week of mixed results – Vets and two netball team had wins on Friday evening; Saturday our women’s played and won their first game in front of a home crowd, the reserves continues their run with a very strong win, but disappointingly the senior side lost a game that we had controlled for three and a half quarters. The team needs to continue developing consistency in effort and performance in order to drive home early advantages. A tough assignment today against Blackburn at Morton Park – our ANZAC opponents. Good luck to both senior and developments squad teams – we look forward to a solid performance in both games. SOCIAL • Ladies Day to be held on May 5th (Norwood home fixture) – bookings now open. $50pp; 2 course meal champers & wine included for 2 hrs. • Full Moon Party – May 12th Cheong Park – over 18s event $10 cover charge for boys; ladies’ free entry. • 50th Anniversary Gala Ball July 21st – Karralyka Centre $120 pp; 3 course meal – beer wine and soft drinks included. Get in early will be the highlight for 2018. SPONSORSHIP/MEMBERSHIP Thanks to all our sponsors and paid up 2018 members. Sponsorship opportunities remain – please contact the club to discuss corporate or player sponsorship options. Membership is the best way for a supporter to help the club remain successful. Check out our website for all membership categories. Watch for full details of club events through our various media pages and phone app. Go doggies!

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DIVISION 1 NORWOOD: Norwood scored a very welcome and very surprising 91pt win over now traditional Anzac Day rivals Noble Park at the BullRing on Saturday. Champion full-forward Leigh Williams was at his absolute best, slotting 10.5 in a BOG performance. He was fed a glut of supply by a totally dominant midfield which featured Rej Jordon and Jordy Gysberts. Dylan Feltham, in just his 3rd game for the senior club, did an outstanding job on Noble park playmaker Jackson Sketcher, holding him to just a handful of touches. Ruckman Connor O’Sullivan ensure first supply for our mids with a clever game, and backs Pearso and skipper Hilly were unpassable. Darin Stewart, a last minute inclusion for an ill Sam Blease, did everything asked of him with 3 goals and a series of imposing overhead marks across half-forward. This week we host Vermont in the toughest challenge of all. SOCIAL: Sink the Ship2 – Sat 5th May, NJFC Yobbo Lotto – Sat 12th 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 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 34 35 36 37 Q1

Stuart Hill (C) Blair Hudson David Johnson Lochlan Dickson Michael Pearson 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 Lincoln Keedle Harry Shore Rhett Jordon Jarryd Panayi Q2

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

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

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

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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

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

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VERMONT: It was another perfect day with our ground and surrounds looking magnificent. Our Women’s team played their first game at Livingstone and had a thumping win. Well done to Coach Meradith Denvr. Our Netballers finally got to start their season and they too had an overwhelming win. At Vermont we did have three victories, but not without a few dramas. The Seniors got home by the skin of their teeth against a very good North Ringwood, who could be the big improvers. The Anzac Medal went to Sam Wadley for a relentless game on the wing. Other better players were Sam Wadley, Adam Parker, Ryan Phillips, Joey Fisher and Tom Schneider. The Reserves continued their excellent form with all of their players continuing the shine. Making Senior selection very difficult. The Anzac Medal was won by Jimmy Krikas. Other better players were Darcy Crocker, Matt Garvin, Hamish McGowan, Trent Castledine, Jimmy Krikas, Xavier Barry-Murphy and pretty well everyone. The Under 19’s struggled in the first quarter, but then the floodgates opened. Like the Reserves, the youngsters are starting to gel together. The Anzac Medal went to Tyson Calder and the other better players were Damien Furey, Dan Clarke, Ryan Fitzgerald, Justin Ridley and Taine Barlow. The Past players Reunion lunch will be on Sat 12th April for the Noble Park Game. With former Senior Coach Peter Kennedy on the organizing group, their aim of 200 might be achieved. So if you are a Past Player etc. Turn up.

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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

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

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DIVISION 1 NORTH RINGWOOD: Clear skies and a well prepared ground paved the way for a great day of football at East Ringwood. The colts had the bye so the Development Squad started proceedings. The game became a struggle for 3 quarters with the scores even at 2.7 at three quarter time. East Ringwood kicked 5 goals in the last quarter to win by 31 points. Best-Hams, Chesney, Hawkins ,McInerney, Smith. After a moving ANZAC ceremony the senior side made a strong start and led at the first change. However East Ringwood kicked seven straight goals in the second quarter to have a handy lead at the break. The second half saw East Ringwood maintain a 16 point lead at three quarter time. Montrose came home with a committed effort to kick 6 goals and hold on to win by 3 points. Best-Bastinac, Jones, Gibson, Emberson, Wilsen. Another heart stopper showing a lot of character to the end with the club song sung with gusto. Congratulations to Billy Schilling on his 150 games. The season is in full operation now with our 17 junior teams, AUS Kick and Disability Clinics off and running. Thanks to all our volunteers who contribute each week to provide such a positive atmosphere around the club. Today we welcome our valued sponsors as guests of the club. Your contributions are so important to the ongoing success of the club. Our netballers had a mixed night. The Demons going down 51 to 34 and the Flames winning 33 to 30. Forthcoming events -Trivia Night May 5th -Ladies Cocktail Day June 2nd. Both of these events are very popular so get your tickets now from TRY Booking. Go Dees in 2018

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.

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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

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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

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

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

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

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ROUND 4: SATURDAY 28 APRIL 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

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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

NOBLE PARK: Sadly, besides the weather the only good result from the weekend was from our U17 Blue side who had a win over Knox FC. With a draw to the U19s and loses to the development, U17s Gold side and Seniors, the song was only sung once. Lets rectify this by getting wins on the board for all.

Upcoming events Saturday 5 May - Ladies Day Luncheon $55 which includes a meal and drinks for two hours (use your 2018 Bulls Membership and get in free) Book now for Tracey 0438 001 577 Saturday 12 May - Club Noble Trivia Night - get a table of ten together and come along for a great night‌bookings through Club Noble 9546 0653 Memberships $55 is all it cost for a Bulls 2018 Membership - this gets you into all home games and entities you to attend one Blue & Gold luncheon in 2018. Call Kellie now to buy your membership 0412 798 530 Apparel Have you got a Bulls Polo? Have you got a Bulls jacket? Have you got a Bulls Hoodie? Do you want one? Then call Rose on 0419 359 025 #gobulls #bullieve2018

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UNDER 19 Coach: Brent Williams 1 Lachlan McDonnell 2 Christopher Manthey 3 Dean Jones 5 Dylan Diacono 6 Rory Mills 7 Lachlan Quaife 8 Declan Brunell 9 Nick Borchard 10 Benjamin Marson 11 Tom Long

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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.

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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

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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

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ROUND 4: SATURDAY 28 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.

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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

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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

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EAST RINGWOOD: It was a day of mixed fortunes for the club as we made history by fielding our first ever Senior Women’s team in a competitive match. While we weren’t quite good enough to get the win, a number of these ladies were playing their first game of Aussie Rules. We can only improve from here. In a strangely low-scoring game given perfect conditions, the Development Squad slammed on 5 late goals to win comfortably after both sides were locked on only 2 majors at the last change. Ben Kristelly was in everything for the Roos. The Seniors led by as much as 22 points and were in front by 15 points at least 3 times in the game but crucial errors and lack of concentration saw Montrose snatch a 3 point win at the end. Stuart Donnelly provided staunch defence and great rebound for us and took home the Warren Gilbert Pewter. Today we visit Balwyn and must string together 4 quarters of intense, team footy to prevail. Thanks to David Jamieson from Ringwood RSL for his involvement in our Anzac ceremony and also to Bec Williams for organising a terrific Ladies Lunch and Market. May 5; The ever-popular Jimmy Darvidis performs in the Pavilion from 7pm following the after match. Again, a cover charge applies for this one and Bec will take bookings on 0413 613 220 or book online via the website. May 12: Half-time High Tea in the Pavilion. Bookings via Megan on 0421 635 097. Memberships and merchandise can be ordered online via our website, erfc.com.au. You can also follow us on Facebook and Twitter. GO ROOS!

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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

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DIVISION 1 MONTROSE: Clear skies and a well prepared ground paved the way for a great day of football at East Ringwood. The colts had the bye so the Development Squad started proceedings. The game became a struggle for 3 quarters with the scores even at 2.7 at three quarter time. East Ringwood kicked 5 goals in the last quarter to win by 31 points. BestHams, Chesney, Hawkins ,McInerney, Smith. After a moving ANZAC ceremony the senior side made a strong start and led at the first change. However East Ringwood kicked seven straight goals in the second quarter to have a handy lead at the break. The second half saw East Ringwood maintain a 16 point lead at three quarter time. Montrose came home with a committed effort to kick 6 goals and hold on to win by 3 points. Best-Bastinac, Jones, Gibson, Emberson, Wilsen. Another heart stopper showing a lot of character to the end with the club song sung with gusto. Congratulations to Billy Schilling on his 150 games. The season is in full operation now with our 17 junior teams, AUS Kick and Disability Clinics off and running. Thanks to all our volunteers who contribute each week to provide such a positive atmosphere around the club. Today we welcome our valued sponsors as guests of the club. Your contributions are so important to the ongoing success of the club. Our netballers had a mixed night. The Demons going down 51 to 34 and the Flames winning 33 to 30. Forthcoming events -Trivia Night May 5th -Ladies Cocktail Day June 2nd. Both of these events are very popular so get your tickets now from TRY Booking. Go Dees in 2018

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

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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

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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

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

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ROUND 4: SATURDAY 28 APRIL 2018

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.

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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

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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

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ROWVILLE: Last week we hosted the Blackburn Football Club at home, the U19s went down by just 2 points in a thrilling last term, the Development side who were only 2 points down at the final change unfortunately faded to go down by 33 points. It was then up to the senior side to register the first win of the day, they looked impressive in the first term and at the first change held an 11 point advantage, but it was Blackburn who played the better football for the remaining three quarters to run out comfortable winners by 32 points. We would like to congratulate Matthew Davey who played his 150th senior game, well done Matt on a wonderful achievement! Today we head to Montrose Recreation Reserve for Round Four, the home side are looking for their first wins in both the U19 and Development sides, the senior game seems evenly matched with both sides registering two wins form their three games so far in 2018. Good luck to all teams competing today. Our next social event is the Hypnotist & Comedy Night - Saturday May 5th from 7.00pm, for all details for this event and to keep updated about RFC go to our Facebook page!

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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

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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

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DIVISION 1 DONCASTER: A glorious day last week with the sun shining in which we walked away from Cheong Park with a loss to the Reserves and a win to the Seniors. Reserves battled hard against quality opposition in the first half but it was all one way traffic after the main break as we conceded 15 goals to 2. Best – Perversi, Moritz, Pascoe, Kapnias, Ozcagli & Streader. Seniors needed to bounce back after last week but it was the toughest assignment to do so with a trip to the Premiers. With Old Mate Coops booting 4 in the first and a sleek well drilled Doggies outfit running us a bit ragged, to be honest we were hanging on for dear life in the first 2 and a half quarters. But we started to grind away after that and clawed our way back into the game then finished off with an 8 goal to 4 last quarter and get the 4 points in what was a truly memorable local footy match. Best - Komen, Annakis, McKenzie, Schimma, Fogarty & Bartholomew. We are back home for the next 2 weeks starting with Knox today. Coterie memberships are available with the first luncheon on Saturday May 5th – next week, guest TBA. “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.

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

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KNOX: Today the Seniors and Reserves travel up the M3 to Schramms Reserve to take on Doncaster whilst the U/19’s head to Morton Park to take on Blackburn.

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

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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

Last week the U/19’s went down to Balwyn by 12 goals. Nathan Pandelopoulos and Spencer Stuckey kicked a goal each as Nixon Adcock gave his all, along with Ben Tuohey and Lachlan Walsh. The Reserves who were down to just one on the bench saw coach Chris Buerckner pull the boots on along with our U/19’s coach Jarrod Butcher to help the boys out as we ran out comfortable 58 point winners. Lachlan Stuckey went one game closer to senior selection, tearing Balwyn up off half back, kicking 3 goals in the process with Matt Tymensen continuing his impressive start to the season booting 5 majors up forward. Jason Dickinson and Indi Forgan were both instrumental throughout the win. Lachlan Stuckey was awarded the Anzac Medal for his phenomenal game. The Seniors then came out and put a real hard fight up to Balwyn falling 23 points short in a game in which the boys won many supporters over. It was a very proud performance from our boys and we all hope to see that effort brought again today. Matt Northe was a star once again booting 5 goals with Brett Holst, Ryan Johnson and Rob Maibaum all kicking 2 goals each. Jack Beech and Ryan Wilson were amongst our best along with young Liam Anson, who did a massive job down back all day and earnt the reward of taking out the Anzac Medal for his performance. Tonight we hope to see everyone back at the club for the Frat Party! Girls get in for free with $10 entry for the guys, its sure to be a fun night! Go Falcons!

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

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

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Liam McNulty Ryan Dean Justin Woodcock Hayden Morrison Ryan Gilmore

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EASTLAND JUNIOR CORNER By: Dyson Baker (EFL Junior Football Manager)

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he 2018 Bendigo Bank Lightning Premiership will be the highlight of the season for the hundreds of a up and coming stars in our under-9s and 10s.

The equation is simple – each team plays four games across the day, the sides that claim victory in each of their four matches are crowned premiers!

Last weekend 39 teams headed out to Pinks Reserve for the Under-10 Bendigo Bank Lightning Premiership.

Players will be kept entertained with each club setting up a tent site which becomes home base for the afternoon.

On a perfect Melbourne day Pinks Reserve was a picture at the foothills of the Dandenongs, clubs arrived early creating their home for the day with the barbecues ablaze with everything from egg and bacon to prawns! The Lightning Premiership gives children and their families the opportunity to get to know each other ahead of a long season, kids have the whole day to play kick to kick in the tent area while parents can sit back and relax and indulge in a coffee or two. The action on the field was chaotic! In a tight schedule teams need to be in position on the siren or risk giving up valuable points. After nearly 80 games across four ovals – nine teams were awarded the Lightning Premiership trophy: Knox Black Knox Red Glen Waverley Rovers Rowville Knights Mitcham Yellow Vermont Purple The Basin North Ringwood Black Lysterfield Grey

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An entry charge of $3.00 per car or family will apply (please inform all club members). Vehicles will enter from Liverpool Rd. Car park attendants will direct you to the new car park behind the Basketball Centre or around the main oval. The first round of matches of the Under-9 Bendigo Bank Lightning Premiership will commence at 9:00am with the presentations to follow the final match of the day at around 4:20pm. Patrons are advised of the following: - Please avoid parking in Cherlynne Cres. and Butler St – patrons are advised to enter via the main gate – off Liverpool Rd. - The netball courts are off limits – these areas are fenced off to ensure the safety of players. - Kilsyth Football Club have supplied a number of dumpmaster bins – it would be greatly appreciated if ALL clubs could clear their sites upon leaving Sunday afternoon.

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DIVISION 2 DONCASTER EAST: An update on Alf. He is doing well with his recovery and is feeling really good at this stage. The next 4-8 weeks are important. Alf asked me to pass on his appreciation to everyone for all the well wishes he has received. He has been totally overwhelmed by all the messages of concern for his health. He is missing the Club greatly and can’t wait to get back. Congratulation to Bayswater for hosting last Saturday’s game which incorporated an ANZAC commemoration before each game. A special mention of the hospitality provided by President Gary Galvin. Can’t ever remember spending so much time with a fellow President when our Clubs are doing battle. It was thoroughly enjoyable and at times very entertaining. I’m looking forward to repaying the hospitality at Zerbes later in the year. On the day three very strong team performances with the Senior’s and 19’s winning in very close games and the Development side going down also in a close one. Great to see Dylan Heath and Matt Ladlow pull on the boots again to help out Matt Bremner and the boys. Let’s hope it not the last time. This week we welcome Upper Ferntree Gully to the Den who look to be one of the form sides so far this season. They were a strong team last season and we were lucky to get away with the win in the corresponding game last year so we will need to be at our best again today which seems to be a common theme in Div 2 each week. Many thanks to Julie Martyn, Lyndall Rice, and Jenny Horvath for putting together the ladies social function last week. From all reports the “Fiesta” night was great night. Unfortunately another social function which received poor support from the DEFC family. Social functions are an important part of being a community football club. Whilst at times these functions have a role to play in fundraising for the Club they are more importantly about growing the Club’s “family” and shaping our culture. In my view our Clubs is not just about the 4 points on offer each Saturday.

DONCASTER EAST CROYDON 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 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

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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 Go Lions

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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

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ROUND 4: SATURDAY 28 APRIL 2018

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

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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

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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

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UPPER FERNTREE GULLY: Today we venture to Zerbes Reserve to take on Doncaster East with plenty of confidence after another good win last week against Mooroolbark. In one of the clubs best performances at Mooroolbark it was great to see Mike Smith and Liam Gellie continue their early season form and Daniel Reid kicking 2 goals to also be in the best. Congratulations to Tim Riseley who will run out for his 200th senior game today, without doubt one of the best players ever to pull on the red and blue jumper. The reserves couldn’t quite get over the line last week so will be hoping for a win today while the U19’s had a good win with a couple of new players appearing. The $5k Draw is on next Saturday the 5th May when we have the bye so make sure you get your ticket from the club. Other dates to put in your diary include the Toyota Good for Footy Night on the 17th May and the THF Luncheon on the 19th May. Last week the U10’s had there lightning premiership while tomorrow is the U9’s turn. In what has been a tough start to the year the U17D team had a win for the juniors last week. The Netball girls started last week with an easy win to the Red team while the Blue team went down to Ferntree Gully. Our women’s footy team started last week with a win against The Basin and today take on Bayswater at home. The Vets with a number of new recruits and 7 on the bench played their first game under lights at Bayswater last week and led all game until being overrun in the last quarter to go down by 2 points, next game is on 6th May against Wantirna South. 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 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 King Club is again available for support this season with Peter Hards in charge or contact Andy Lee to get your social membership. 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

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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

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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

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

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DIVISION 2 CROYDON: This week we welcome Bayswater players, officials and supporters to Swinburne Oval. Last week it was a fantastic effort by the seniors against Park Orchards but they just fell short 11-13 to 14-9. Unfortunately Josh Bolton dislocated his shoulder during the match. It popped back in but he will have scans to look for any ligament damage. The Club wishes Josh a quick recovery. Best players were Kane Doueal, Gary Lisle and Ewan Wadsworth. The seconds continued their unbeaten run winning 7-8 to 5-9. Lincoln Pratt kicked two goals while Luke Harrington, Kyle Maher, Luke Styles and Calum Syme were best. The colts lost 3-4 to 8-14. Jai Mortimer, Jackson Walker and Sam Milner were the best players. At today’s game memberships will be available for a discounted rate of $50 or the 500 Club for $500. Please see Greg Doueal or Robyn Nyberg for enquiries. After the game tonight we have the annual Player Auction so come along and bid for your favourite player. Croydon Football Club merchandise is now available. See Robyn Nyberg for scarves, rugby tops, puffer jackets, beanies, stubby holders and even coffee cups. Please don’t forget the annual Ladies Lunch which will be held next Saturday 5 May from 1-30pm. Complimentary drinks for the first hour, gourmet finger food, music and great raffle prizes. Please contact Bronwyn Pratt for bookings. 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

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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

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

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

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ROUND 4: SATURDAY 28 APRIL 2018

BAYSWATER: With four games planned for the

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 2 3 4 5 6 7 8

Anthony Van Rooyen Mitch Galvin Lachlan Moss Mitch Grubb Cam McLeod Craig O’Reilly Zac Leacy Malcolm Mcgillvray-Smith 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

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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

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day, the U19’s started their day after the Anzac Day memorial ceremony. It was a case of Oh so close! Their endeavour to win is commendable , unfortunately it wasn’t to be but their continued improvement at all levels is seen by coaches and committee alike. A win must be close. To lead by a couple of points at the start of the last quarter and to end up going down by three goals was unfortunate. Better players: Treeby with 3 goals, Melchiorre , Deane, Cameron, Tasic and Gonzalez. The reserves had a close battle all day, leading at every break and will take an 11 point win anyday. Better players: Smith (again) with 3 goals, Matty Camera with 2 goals, Sheldon Smith, Lorusso, Leacey and Al White. Seniors also had a tight battle in the first half but the opposition took out a convincing lead in the 3rd quarter. We valiantly fought it out in the last getting as close as a 5 point deficit but could not get a win over the line. Unfortunately we lost by 10 points but displayed a massive improvement from the previous week. Better players : Searle, McLeod, O’Relly, Eddie and Malcs. Multiple goal scorers ; Cotte 3, Schroeder 2 Our final game for the day was played by the Bayswater Women’s team where their grandfinal flag from 2017 was unfurled by Lisa Alston (the driving force behind women’s football at Bayswater). Clearly the ladies enjoyed the moment by coming home with a great start to their season bagging a five goal win. Better players : Vethune, Lay, Wilson, Pinsent, Austin, Charles. Given that it was our Anzac Day match we reward a medal. This is given to someone who is not necessarily Best but given to someone who displays the courage for the team above and beyond. The recipients of these medals were U19’s Tom Deane, Reserves Zac Leacey, Seniors Ben Searle and Women’s Catie Wilson. Congratulations to all. And a big thank you to the Bayswater RSL. A big thankyou also to Mark Schroeder of Barry Plant Boronia on the supply of quality wines for our Anzac Day luncheon. We are playing away for 2 weeks and our next home game is our H2O luncheon. Please see Cyril Heron or Derek Budd if you wish to attend, more information to follow.

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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

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

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DIVISION 2 MULGRAVE: This week was our first home game, albeit on our training oval, as our main oval is currently being renovated. As we were not able to use our standard viewing area and social rooms we set up a number of marquees and seating areas, this gave the day very much a “Country Football Day” ambience, the outstanding weather added to day. Saturday April 21st was our ANZAC match day against Wantirna South with both teams paying respect to the original ANZACs on the day. Under 19s Our first home game for the season confronted the 19’s with mixed results so far. Both teams started well with Mully down by 13pts at quarter time. We dominated the second quarter but didn’t capitalise on the scoreboard kicking 2 goals 6 to Wantirna South kicking 3 straight goals against the grain. The 3rd quarter was again dominated by us but again we didn’t hit the scoreboard enough to take advantage. The last quarter went back and forth and goal for goal. We got a lot out of this game and look forward to when we next meet Wantirna South. It was also great to see a few players have break out games this week, they have now set their new standard that the coaches are looking for each week. There is no doubt the 19’s are learning more and more each week about senior footy and are also learning more and more about each other. We are clearly getting better each week. Bring on Mooroolbark!! Reserves With our first home game for the season also being our ANZAC round we presented our ANZAC day jumpers and we went over some of the history of the ANZACs and the impact that this had on our country over 100 years ago. It was important that we recognise and remember the sacrifices that were made by men and women of another generation to enable all of us to enjoy the lifestyle that we have today. Our reserve team continued to show the endeavour that we expect each week however we were not able to match the Wantirna South team across the four quarters in a number of key areas of the game. One thing that we do take away is that each game is an opportunity to improve and learn what is required to perform at a high level and put ourselves in a position to win games. Good teams undertake this reflection and work together to improve as a group. We have identified the areas we still need to work on and recognise the level of intensity that we must work at to be competitive for the whole game. As a group we will stick together and work on these things. Our better players for the day were Pat Hurley, Sam Kenny and Sam Triev. We look forward to a good week on the track and building on our performances next week against Mooroolbark. Seniors At our home ground for the first time in 2018. The weather added to the great sight of our young side take on Wantirna South. The message from Chopper being to vocal all day, to demand your teammates to man up, play 1 on 1 and demand the ball. For the majority of the game we did just that. Our Mids worked hard all day which showed with our centre bounce dominance. Forwards worked to keep pressure on the opposition for turnovers in our forward 50. Defenders had little peace again and as per the last two weeks the ball kept coming at them at a rate of knots. All players showed they are capable of mixing their skills with some good sides. Four injuries didn’t help but that’s football. Special mention to Christian who kicked a goal and showed that he will be a great player for the Mulgrave Football club in years to come. Best players on the day being Knowles, Perry, Tom, Sammy Kass and Kosh. Looking forward to today’s game against Mooroolbark, it is also our Past Players celebration, so should be a great with current players on the field and past players cheering them on from the sideline. Go Mully!

MULGRAVE Senior Coach: Anthony “Chopper” 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 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 35 36 37 38 39 Q1

Seb Henderson Sean Lester Dean Siakoulis (C) Cohen Howel Jacob Leece Sam Kassianou Ben Gilling Perry Cole Adam Booth Nathan Grylls Tom McGowan Dale Cheesman Callan Thornton Ian McLennan Jack Roper George Alepidis Jack Davidson Matt Young Rhett Wilsmore Darren Butler Will Currell Jordan Falloon Thomas Gladman Lachlan Raymer Jackson McGrath Griffin James Ben Chung Matthew Gould Mitch Peddle Alistair Tillyard Andy Tsai Braydon James Heath Evans Chris McDermott Matt Hesketh Dillion Coleman Hamish Miller

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Mitch Selleck Ned Rowland Josh Meyers Jordan Cochrane Sam Trevethan Tim Rowe Matthew Craig Nick Henley Yasteel Jungbahadur Josh Ward Luke Ward Robert Draper - Devery Matthew Hogan Aaron Lucas

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Robert Blew Jack Robertson Grady Cairnduff Evan Sarkissian Baxter Leece Nathan Broccio Billy Diamataris Brett Cahill Josh Carden Kal Kelaart Pat Hurley Nicholas Pagliaro

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Ben Simpson Matt Ellin Sam McRae Jack Davidson Matt Zoglous Zac Bonney Blake Rule Jordan Falloon Christian Martino Alex Moore Bailey Hosking Max Wolbers

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ROUND 4: SATURDAY 28 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

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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

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MOOROOLBARK: Last week we hosted Upper Ferntree Gully in the Anzac round, with a tribute to our fallen soldiers held prior to the Senior game. The Colts started the day’s proceedings with the fog clearing just in time for the first bounce. I was an even contest for the first 3 quarters but Upper Gully kicked away in the final term to record a 24 point victory. The Mustangs were best served by Slattery (B.O.G.), Batten, Clavant, Jones, Turner & Sinnott. The Reserves jumped out of the box with a 4 goal to 1 opening term and were still in control at the main break, but the opposition fought back in the second half as we were able to hang on for a 5 point win. Grant Morris was our best and he was backed by Westwood, Higgins, Dimitriou, Maxwell & Rivera. Inaccuracy in front of goal cost the Seniors dearly as Upper Gully’s defence applied relentless pressure all game. We had only 2 less scoring shots but went down by 42 points, giving the coaching staff plenty to work on at training this week. Matt Polkinghorne is finding the form we know he can produce and was rewarded with B.O.G. honours. Others in the best were Wright, Noonan, Kelly, S.McManus & Jordan. Our thoughts are with new recruit Judd Darby who went down with a knee injury in round 2 and will miss the rest of the season. Well done to Moppa and Watto and their band of helpers for running a very successful “Back to School” function last Saturday night and thanks to everyone who turned up to support it. Today we travel to Mulgrave where hopefully we can regain that winning feeling. GO MUSTANGS!!!

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

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DIVISION 2 MITCHAM: A cracking day at MCG of The East LAST WEEK with the Tigers under 19s and Seniors both going down and the Reserves recording a stirring victory. A large crowd attended our Presidents lunch with the Whitehorse Mayor Andrew Davenport announcing that (subject to passing at the June Council meeting); $2.07mill will be provided by Council for the refurbishment of the Walker Park pavilion. This will combine with the $400K already committed by the federal minister for Deakin, Michael Sukkar MP, to provide $2.47 mill for the upgrade. Guest speaker at the luncheon Richmond Star Alex Rance was highly entertaining in an open and honest Q&A session with our very own Gavin Ward. The day was also a brutal reminder of how precious life is, With a Mitcham Supporter suffering a medical emergency during the lunch and we are pleased to say he is doing fine in hospital. A big shout out to The Mitcham and Lilydale Trainers who assisted. We also had young Cancer patient Jett with us and it’s fair to say he got a real buzz out of chatting with Alex Rance, who we might add was absolutely amazing The winners of the Match Day Andrew Peace Wines raffle last week were 1st Dribbles 2nd Garry Wathen 3rd Blizz 4th john Gordon 4th Luke Smith 5th Darren TODAY Wantirna South @ and hope the Devils enjoy our hospitality before, during and after the game. Awards will be at 5.30 sharp including Devils best player, match day raffle draw and another Tigioan draw. SOCIAL Please mark down the 26th of May for the comedy night, as the Junior and Senior club come together as one for our biggest event of the year. Last year’s comedy night attracted over 400 people and we think this year’s event should be just as big - Keep an eye out for updates via the SNR and JNR Websites and face book pages. If you would like to donate goods or services for auction / raffle prizes please see BIG Gav 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 hoping everyone has enjoyable day at the footy #strongandbold

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 Q1

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 Q2

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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

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

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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

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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

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


DIVISION 2

ROUND 4: SATURDAY 28 APRIL 2018

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 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 38 39

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

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Tom Anderson Mitch Stevens Jack Graffen Peter Cahill Ben Cromb Tyson Henry Daniel Cromb Callum Gleeson Brenton Lynch Michael Casement Jai Jensen Zac Klibingaitis Morgan Clark Brandon Lowe Chris Cahill Stephen Naylor Tim Richardson David Ryan Jack Hudson Lochlan Norton Robert Papp

WANTIRNA SOUTH: Firstly, we wish to thank the Mulgrave FC for the hard work they put in to get their alternative home ground ready for a game of football . We understand how difficult it is to be off your home ground and the day went off without a hitch. It was great day for the club with all three sides winning last week for the first time in quite a while. The under 19’s got the day off to a terrific start. They played good team football and hit the scoreboard on a regular basis. We ended up winning by 27 points. The reserves, although inaccurate, registered their first win for the season by 85 points. The evergreen Mark Dimashki kicked 4 goals and Steve Colosimo kicked 3 goals in his 100th club game. Ben Cromb played his best game for the season, as did Damon Oakley and Pete Cahill. Great work by our back-line, led by Stoppa to keep Mulgrave to 2 goals. The seniors made it two wins in a row with a solid 52 point defeat of Mulgrave. It was great to have Luke Williams in for his first game for the season and he was very good at CHB. Danny Hughes kicked a team high 6 goals and Taylor Leggate with 4. Our engine room worked tirelessly, with the clean hands of Will Edwards and strong work by Wongy the highlights. Ben Carboni has been great for the club thus far and his hardness at the ball and the man is great to watch. We have several events coming up – The annual past players day is on Saturday, May 5th during our home game against Lilydale. Our popular Ladies Lunch is on Saturday, May 26th. Please see Kathy Lang for tickets.

Q4

UNDER 19 Coach: Paul Riley 1 Jack Rowe 2 Zak Stone 3 Nathan Edmonson 4 Will Chen 6 Riley Beaton 7 Lachie Faine 8 Ben Jackson 9 James Rogers 10 Alistair Chiodo 11 Lochie Christiana 12 Lachie Noy

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Zach Plant Josh Hodge Cody Wiseman Jonno Hardman James Sturtridge Bailey Cowman Solomon Mesfin Logan Hallo Josh Curnow Jarrod Riley Josh Maccora Lachie Morris

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Rob Chatwin Dylan Smith Nathan Palamara Brendan Sarrin

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LILYDALE 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 (C) 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 (C) Nick Del Biondo Jamie Cruickshank 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

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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

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

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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

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Kyle Skewes Mitch Felstead Daniel Robson Joel Koger (C) Will Pleming Trent Davison Liam Canadier Jordan Trollope Cody Hirst Jack Ronchi Matthew Dipietrantino 25 Lachie Huckstep

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


DIVISION 2

ROUND 4: SATURDAY 28 APRIL 2018

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

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Liam Buhagiar Chris De Jager Scott Rowland Ben Heyde Ryan Turner Sam Heron Brendan Weinert Michael Prosenak Michael Fowkes Tom Feher Greg Pollard Matthew George Jacob Price-Inglis Michael Philp Thomas Johnston Matthew Nicholson Dane Egerton David McDonald Jarrod Wright Alex Geilings Nathan Wiggins Matt Flemming Shaun McMillan Nick Handley Conner Hickey Will Debney Campbell Cromb Andrew Messina Jaye Witnish Daniel Bowes Matt Haythorne Christian Kovarik James King

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Tom Macrokanis Dylan Fletcher Josh Chappell Dwayne Johnson Evan Smeed Tom Hewitt Troy Walkley Mitchell Skien Jordan Buckingham Matt Horne Liam Cridland Daniel Gorringe Jarrod Bayliss Matt Butera Peter Harrington Hamish Cocks Lionel Hunt Rudi Hunt Tyler Witnish Jarrod Nicholson Sam Currie Andy Knee Aidan Ceh

Q3

PARK ORCHARDS: Today we travel down the highway to Lilydale for what should be a great game against a side that has not lost a game yet this season. If we can pick up where we left off against Croydon last week we are confident that we can come home with a win. After a moving ANZAC ceremony, and in front of a large crowd, we witnessed a wonderful day of community football last weekend. Despite a couple of key outs we prevailed by 14 points against Croydon in what was a fast and furious game where the momentum swung back and forth throughout the day. The backline was strong with Weinert and Heyde controlling things down back and ANZAC medallist Fowkes, and the lively Buhagiar also playing well. Unfortunately, the D squad went down by 11 points in a low scoring game with D. Johnston, Chappell and Turner playing well. The U19A side easily accounted for a strong Croydon line up by 40 points with Borrack, M. Lowther and Gayfer amongst the best. If not for some inaccurate kicking, the margin could have been greater. The U19B’s travelled to Silvan and went down by three goals – Schafer, McAuliffe and Phelan played well for the Sharks. Last week our PO White netball team prevailed by 6 goals over Wantirna South, PO Red went down by the same margin against Ringwood and PO Black won 29 – 17 against Nunawading. The girls play on a Friday night, so check the fixtures online and get out and watch some great Sharks netball – the support really lifts the girls. Premiership wine offer - to celebrate our four football and netball premierships last season we have released a special edition Heathcote Shiraz for members and supporters to purchase. The price is $120 for a box of six – call Jeremy Thomas on 0409 864 910, Kait Hastie on 0400 868 234 or check out our website to secure a case. It is sure to sell fast. GO SHARKS!

Q4

UNDER 19 Under 19A Coach: Tony Weeks Under 19B Coach: Simon McAuliffe U19A 1 Joel Donker 2 Lachlan Calwell 3 Thomas Livingstone 4 Mason Witnish 5 Sam Heron 6 Cody Farrell 7 Jack Borrack 8 James Fasan 9 Nicholas Lambert 10 Matthew George 11 Jacob Price-Inglis 11 Lachlan Munro 12 Dean McLaughlan 13 Jacob May 14 Max Lowther 15 Patrick Sheers 16 Matthew Williamson

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Lex Hartnett Bayley Forbes James Parker Harry Gayfer Blake Purcell Christian Jones Charles Jacob Jack Sims Thomas Holmes Greg Hodges Damon Kemp

U19B 1 William Thomas 2 Will Macrokanis 3 Josh McAuliffe 4 Sam Lowther 5 Matthew Kelsey

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Dylan MacDonald Dylan Knight Mitchell Schafer Jordan Knox Sean Phelan Mitchell Greaney Travis Mihan Steffan D’Souza Brayden Witnish Cristiano Ranieri Luke Donohoe Josh Voogd Lucas Jacob Benjamin Zannoni Nicholas Holmes Joel Horsnail Lionel Hunt

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200 FOR RISELEY By: Jessie Hare Twitter: @JessieHaree

T

im Riseley joined the Upper Ferntree Gully juniors back in 2004 and has never looked back.

This weekend, he will run out for the 200th time in the red and blue. At just 17 years old, Riseley recorded his first senior game in 2006 which was his first season at the senior club. He has gone on to be one of the most decorated players at Upper Ferntree Gully with two premierships, two EFL best and fairest awards, eight club best and fairest awards, the Dennis Callahan Best Under-21 Player Award and two Dave Barker most courageous awards. Riseley’s senior coach in 2006, Tim Edwards, knew that at that young age he wanted Riseley out on the ground playing senior football. As a coach, Edwards was always proud of the way Riseley has conducted himself. “Timmy could have left our club for the bigger lights and the bigger money, but he chose loyalty over all this. Sometimes the little man on our jumper means more to people than we think,” Edwards said.

“When we played against the best sides over my tenure I had so many opposition coaches speak to me about Tim’s ability to break open a game through his powerful running. “I clearly remember multiple conversations about the way we wanted Tim to play and his ability to take on instructions without question.” Not all footballers who play many games will have team success as well as personal success over their careers. You hear the name Tim Riseley and you know that he has been able to achieve both. Andy Hayman, Riseley’s senior coach for 2011-13, is proud to have been involved with his football career. “He was the one player that had the complete playing list’s, coaches’, opposition teams’ and the wider EFL community’s respect and he still does,” Hayman said. “He hates losing and plays the game that way, rarely beaten and so hard to beat one on one.

“Some things in this life are always black and white, and some things just happen to be red and blue. And Timmy is just red and blue.”

“’Riz’ is the ultimate team player and whilst he has won games for Upper with multiple possessions, running the ball away from clearances and willing himself to every contest when he was spent.

When Robbie Coccaro joined Upper for the 200910 seasons as senior coach, Riseley wasn’t one of the first names to pop up on his radar.

“He has also sacrificed his own game for the betterment of the team and he will blanket the oppositions best player.”

It wasn’t until the footballs came out at training when he realised Riseley was something special.

All the individual acknowledgments that Riseley has earnt speak for themselves yet he is still known to be a team player and a club first individual.

“Once training started I saw this bloke without too much fuss or fanfare,” Coccaro said. “As soon as the balls come out though I remember saying how amazingly well balanced he was and his ability to hit targets at full pace. He never needed to slow down to drill passes and cut through the midfield. “Once the games started I saw a truly courageous and influential player at a young age.” 2010 saw Upper Ferntree Gully win the premiership and Riseley went on to win the club best and fairest that same year. “Tim was an integral part of our premiership team on and off the field, and was very liked and respected by the coaching committee over my time at Upper,” Coccaro said. 38

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Chad Rogers who was Riseley’s senior coach from 2014-17 and premiership coach in 2016 spoke highly of Riseley on his commitment to the club. “He led through his actions on field and was an extremely team orientated person who suffered no fools,” Rogers said. “As he matured like a good homemade salami, he was able to sacrifice his game for the benefit of the team. For Rizza it was always about the team and the club first. “A well-deserved milestone for a champion of the Upper Ferntree Gully Football Club,” Rogers said.


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2018 FIXTURES

TM

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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 14.7-91 Montrose 12.4-76 Norwood 11.14-80 Noble Park 20.14-134 N Ringwood 13.11-89 Doncaster 5.11-41

v v v v v v

Sth Croydon 10.11-71 Vermont 20.16-136 E Ringwood 12.6-78 Blackburn 9.7-61 Knox 1.11-17 Rowville 7.9-51

ROUND 3 - 21/04/2018 Sth Croydon 17.11-113 E Ringwood 14.11-95 Knox 15.12-102 Noble Park 7.14-56 Rowville 9.11-65 Vermont 14.8-92

v v v v v v

Donc 18.14-122 Montrose 15.8-98 Balwyn 19.11-125 Norwood 22.15-147 Blackburn 14.13-97 Nth Ringwood 14.5-89

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

ROUND 5 - 5/05/2018 Doncaster South Croydon Blackburn Rowville Noble Park Knox

v v v v v v

Balwyn Norwood North Ringwood East Ringwood Montrose Vermont

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

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

Blackburn Norwood North Ringwood Rowville Noble Park East Ringwood

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

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 13.10-88 Park Orchards 14.9-93 Mooroolbark 4.17-41 Mulgrave Mitcham 7.5-47

v v v v v

Donc East 15.8-98 Croydon 11.13-79 Upper FTG 12.11-83 Wantirna South Lilydale 16.13-109

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 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

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

ROUND 5 - 12/05/2018 - Split Round

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

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

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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**

Mitcham 6.6-42 Park Orchards 7.7-49 Bayswater 7.11-53 Mooroolbark 10.4-64 Mulgrave 4.2-26

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

Croydon 11.19-85 Upper FTG 9.7-61 Lilydale 18.12-120 Wantirna Sth 10.10-70 Donc East 20.10-130

ROUND 11 - 30/06/2018

ROUND 5 - 5/05/2018 - Split Round

ROUND 15 - 4/08/2018 v v v v v v

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 14 - 21/07/2018 - Split Round

South Croydon Balwyn Doncaster Vermont Montrose Knox

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


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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

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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 The Basin 6.12-48 South Belgrave 8.3-51 Donvale 8.12-60 FTG 11.10-76 Scoresby 9.13-67 Boronia 9.12-66

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Ringwood 7.10-52 Heathmont 16.15-111 Warrandyte 7.1-43 Chirnside Park 5.12-42 Templestowe 5.3-33 Waverley Blues 8.6-54

ROUND 3 - 21/04/2018 Heathmont 14.11-95 Chirnside Park 8.6-54 Waverley Blues 7.10-52 Scoresby 8.13-61 Templestowe 15.9-99 Ferntree Gully 5.10-40

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Warrandyte 8.8-56 Sth Belgrave 10.18-78 Ringwood 17.13-115 Boronia 10.9-69 Donvale 11.4-70 The Basin 9.13-67

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

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

v v v v v v

Waverley Blues Templestowe The Basin Scoresby Ferntree Gully Chirnside Park

v v v v v v

Waverley Blues Ferntree Gully Boronia Heathmont South Belgrave Donvale

Scoresby Boronia Templestowe South Belgrave Ringwood 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

Kilsyth 12.9-81 v Silvan 5.7-37 Surrey Park 7.13-55 v Fair Park 16.10-106

ROUND 3 - 21/04/2018

Templestowe Scoresby Boronia South Belgrave Waverley Blues Donvale

v v v v v v

Silvan 11.10-76 v Coldstream 19.9-123

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

Ringwood Ferntree Gully Chirnside Park The Basin Warrandyte Donvale

v v v v v v

ROUND 5 - 5/05/2018

Ferntree Gully Boronia Heathmont South Belgrave Templestowe Scoresby

v v v v v v

Waverley Blues Chirnside Park The Basin Ringwood Warrandyte Donvale

Nunawading v East Burwood

ROUND 6 - 12/05/2018

Waverley Blues Ringwood Chirnside Park The Basin Warrandyte Donvale

v v v v v v

Heathmont Boronia Templestowe Ferntree Gully Scoresby South Belgrave

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

NO GAME Queen’s Birthday **Denotes Night Game

Silvan v Surrey Park Coldstream v Nunawading

ROUND 7 - 19/05/2018 Kilsyth v Coldstream Fairpark v Whitehorse Pioneers

9/06/2018

East Burwood 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 Forest Hill v Whitehorse Pioneers Kilsyth v East Burwood 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 Silvan v Forest Hill Glen Waverley Hawks v Nunawading

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

Forest Hill v Silvan

Fairpark v Forest Hill

Nunawading v Glen Waverley Hawks

East Burwood v Silvan

ROUND 8 - 26/05/2018

Nunawading v Whitehorse Pioneers

Coldstream v Glen Waverley Hawks Forest Hill v Fairpark

ROUND 18 - 18/08/2018 Whitehorse Pioneers v East Burwood Forest Hill v Kilsyth

Silvan v East Burwood Whitehorse Pioneers v Nunawading

Coldstream v Fairpark Silvan v Glen Waverley Hawks

ROUND 9 - 2/06/2018

Surrey Park v Nunawading

East Burwood v Whitehorse Pioneers Kilsyth v Forest Hill

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

Glen Waverley Hawks v Fairpark

Surrey Park v Kilsyth

ROUND 18 - 18/08/2018

Whitehorse Pioneers v Surrey Park

**Fairpark v Silvan

Surrey Park v East Burwood

ROUND 17 - 11/08/2018

Glen Waverley Hawks v Forest Hill

Surrey Park v Glen Waverley Hawks

East Burwood v Kilsyth

Waverley Blues Scoresby Heathmont South Belgrave Boronia Templestowe

ROUND 12 - 30/06/2018

Nunawading v Fairpark

Whitehorse Pioneers v Forest Hill

ROUND 16 - 4/08/2018

Silvan v Kilsyth Forest Hill v Nunawading

Kilsyth 31.15-201 v Nunawading 5.6-36

Kilsyth v Whitehorse Pioneers

Heathmont Ringwood Ferntree Gully Chirnside Park Warrandyte The Basin

Fairpark v Surrey Park

Forest Hill 10.12-72 v GW Hawks 15.12-102

Forest Hill v Coldstream

ROUND 15 - 28/07/2018

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

Nunawading 1.3-9 v Forest Hill 26.17-173

East Burwood v Forest Hill

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

GW Hawks 6.8-44 v E Burwood 10.10-70 Coldstream 7.8-50 v Whitehorse P 11.9-75

Fair Park 8.7-55 v E Burwood 12.17-89

v v v v v v

East Burwood v Glen Waverley Hawks

Silvan 25.26-176 v Nunawading 7.8-50

Surrey Park 10.9-69 v Whitehorse P 15.27-117

Waverley Blues Heathmont The Basin Ferntree Gully Warrandyte Chirnside Park

Whitehorse Pioneers v Coldstream

Fair Park 11.8-74 v Kilsyth 18.15-123

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

ROUND 14 - 21/07/2018

ROUND 11 - 23/06/2018

Forest Hill 14.15-99 v Surrey Park 9.9-63

ROUND 13 - 14/07/2018 - Split Round

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

Whitehorse P 13.21-99 v GW Hawks 8.12-60

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

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

FINALS DATES Semi Final 2

25/08/2018

Semi Final 1

26/08/2018

Preliminary Final

1/09/2018

Grand Final

8/09/2018

NO GAME Queen’s Birthday **Denotes Night Game

9/06/2018


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ALL TROPHIES GOALKICKERS DIVISION 1

DIVISION 2 This Rnd

Total

This Rnd

Total

Brett Eddy - Vermont

3

13

Lachlan Koger - Lilydale

4

11

Jeffrey Gobbels - Balwyn

5

12

Jack Callanan - Bayswater

0

9

Luke Barker - Balwyn

6

12

Jake Summers - Doncaster East

2

8

10

12

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6

8

Charlie Haley - Balwyn

2

10

Lachlan Greig - Wantirna South

2

8

Andrew Ainger - Vermont

2

9

Thomas Gordon - Doncaster East

2

8

Ryan Bathie - Blackburn

3

8

Taylor Leggate - Wantirna South

4

8

Jake Tucker - South Croydon

1

8

Joel Perry - Upper Ferntree Gully

2

7

Christopher Clarke - Rowville Hawks

3

8

Corey Berntsen - Lilydale

4

7

Matthew Northe - Knox

5

8

Anthony Papa - Wantirna South

2

7

This Rnd

Total

This Rnd

Total

Dale Hehir - Scoresby

4

14

Christopher Smith - Surrey Park

6

16

Trent Farmer - Ringwood

9

14

Adrian Gileno - East Burwood

2

15

Nathan Hicks - Scoresby

2

13

Steven Pimm - Forest Hill

0

13

Nicholas Murphy - Donvale

2

11

Johnathon Hevern - Kilsyth

7

13

Lee Boyle - Ferntree Gully Eagles

1

8

Jye Sigersma - Kilsyth

8

12

Zak Robinson - Boronia

0

8

James Gough - Fairpark (Eastern Lions) 1

11

Leigh Williams - Norwood

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DIVISION 4

Leigh Odermatt - Heathmont

2

8

Michael Cardamone - Forest Hill

2

11

Lachlan Kennedy - FTG Eagles

2

8

Chris Whitchell - Coldstream

6

9

Alex Bakens - South Belgrave

2

7

Max Wills - East Burwood

2

8

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4

7

Andrew Padbury - Whitehorse Pioneers 1

8

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HEATHMONT: It was perfect weather for football last week and ANZAC Round. It was the Under 19’s first hit out at the Hangar, against Warrandyte, for the season, and they came out firing with a six goal to one quarter which set them up for the rest of the game, to come off with their second win for the season. Next it was the DSquad’s turn and the game was played at a fast and furious pace with neither team making the most of their opportunities. The second quarter saw that turn around with a four goals to one quarter to the Jets and a lead at the main break. It was all Jets in the third quarter although inaccuracy was letting them down. The team continued to put on the pace and the goals in the last and in what would be one of his very few goals in his career Matt Beasley found himself with an opportunity and the ball was shepherded through for a goal! It was a big win in the end for the DSquad who are now 3-zip. The Senior’s match was another game played at breakneck speed, there were strong marks contest footy and a few goals in a game that at times was fairly rugged. Neither side really had the upper hand at the break. As the game progressed the Jets inched their way forward, inaccuracy costing them at times. We lost Cookie Grierson through concussion in the second and Kev for a quarter after a nasty gash to his eye. In a bruising encounter the Jets scored their second win on the trot. We now welcome Waverley Blues to the Hangar this week. The Women’s team also started their season last Saturday in a game where they never gave up unfortunately were beaten by Vermont. It’s great to have them playing down at the Hangar today with the boys – get around and cheer them on. The Jetballers had mixed results last Friday with 3 wins and a loss to last year’s Premier Division Grand finalist great effort. The Juniors too had mixed results with the U17’s playing in the ANZAC jumpers having their first win for the season. Congrats to all teams. Don’t forget THE TRIVIA NIGHT on May 5th $10/h tables of 8, and book your place for the LADIES LUNCH on May 12th $35/h see Anne Parker. Catch up on Facebook for all the news of visit www. heathmontjets.com

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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

Q1

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 9 10 11 12 13

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

Q2

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

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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

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

Q4

Coach: Darren McNeil

UNDER 19

29 Nathan Amos 35 Harry Annal 36 Cameron Osborne


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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 Engley 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

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

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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

DIVISION 3

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.

Reiss McLeod Brock Leydon Sam Le Cerf Luke Price Matt Gregory Ryan Twycross Tom Connolly Ben Walker Rob Tomlin Billy Hughes Michael Robinson Josh Betham Taso Tsiounis Nick Goodwin Ethan Becker Jake McLean Riley Collier-Dawkins James Taberner Ethan Story

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Coach: Nick Morrey

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Kevin Zammit Nick Buckley Jack Strongman Riley Collier-Dawkins 31 Sam Johnson

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DIVISION 3 RINGWOOD: Last weekend we travelled to Waverley Blues and we thank them for their hospitality throughout the day and for their efforts in remembering The Anzacs with ceremonies held before each game. On the field it was another good one with both sides continuing their good form and coming away with big victories. The Reserves started slowly and were out played in the first quarter but the boys re grouped at the first break and changed the course of the game with a dominant second term. They continued their good form in the second half and showed their best football for the year to come away with a confidence building victory. The Seniors were looking to make it three from three to start the year and began well and held a small lead at quarter time which they extended to a handy 6 goal buffer at the main break. We stayed on top during the second half and extended our lead throughout the duration and in a consistent four quarter performance recorded a solid victory and for the first time since 2005 sees us winning the first three games of the season. Last Saturday night we held the Players Auction which proved to be a big success with plenty of spirited bidding being held and we thank everyone for their attendance and support and a big thank you to the Councillor and the first lady and our sponsor Harcourts for their efforts in bringing it all together and for making it such a success. A reminder Redback memberships are available so get on board and show your true support and purchase your membership by seeing Don Burns. Today is our first game at our home away from home ground (Fred Geale oval - Croydon) and we hope to see a big home crowd in attendance. We invite all Templestowe players and supporters to join us for after match drinks and awards in the social rooms along with our own supporters. Lets hope our winning form continues and we can celebrate another two victories today and we wish all players and coaches the best of luck.

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.

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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 Q2

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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

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DIVISION 3

ROUND 4: SATURDAY 28 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.

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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

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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: With our Under 19’s having a Bye this Round, our Reserves and Seniors are travelling to Ringwood to challenge the Redbacks. Round 3 at the Wharf against Donvale was our Past Players / T.S. Medal Day AND our Ladies Lunch. The U19’s set the tone for the day in dull conditions leading at each change and chalking their second win for the Season by 38 points. Liam Reid with 2 goals and Luke Fitzsimons the Medal Winner as BOG. The Reserves kept Donvale goalless for the first half running out victors by 20 points – welcome back Sam Noble with 3 goals and Harris Phaedonos nominated as the Medal Winner. The Seniors fought out a close first half leading narrowly. At half time, Coach Craig was not short of his thoughts on the game so the third term saw a turn around in the game. The Stowe winning their first game by 29 points, Ollie Lodge 4 goals, Lachie McAllister 3 goals and Daniel Cripps nominated as the Tony Smith Medal recipient. Special thanks to the Smith Family, Vickie and Nicole for their very successful Ladies Lunch and to our Past Players for their support. The Michael Flannagan Spirit of ANZAC Award will be at presented at the RSL Thursday 3rd May, Player Function #1 TBA. Thanks to sponsors Cambridge, Jellis Craig, PSC Insurance, Emerge Health and Maximus Catering. GO STOWE. ” Tempy Footy, we love it”– CQR.

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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

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DIVISION 3

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.

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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

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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

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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

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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

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DIVISION 3

ROUND 4: SATURDAY 28 APRIL 2018

THE BASIN:

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

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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

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

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

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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

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DIVISION 3 SOUTH BELGRAVE: We ventured to Chirnside

SOUTH BELGRAVE

Park last weekend and the weather was pleasant with no wind and a warmish Autumn day. The ground was also in excellent condition so a good days footy was on the agenda.

Senior Coach: Robert Johns Res Coach: Hugh Stern 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.

Unfortunately, our U/19’s failed to turn up to play (mentally anyway) and were given a football lesson from a determined Chirnside Park. Our boys will need to significantly lift against Scoresby this week if we are to have any chance! Best players: Jack Mo, Kael Rushton, Adam Luppino Our reserves were over run in the end by Chirnside Park, but we are seeing week on week improvement from this young group and the team cohesion is clearly building and visible. Best players: Valters Baumanis, James Hoskin, Jeremy Cameron, Liam Williams, Aidan Jelinek The senior game was set for a good battle and the game didn’t disappoint. There were ebbs and flows all day with barely two goals lead either side. The final quarter proved the difference with some key change ups paying dividends for our first win of the season. Best players: Sam Brown, Aidan Kidd, Phil Costa, Todd Burley, Brad Neurath, Jack Brettoner

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Riccardo Daraio Aidan Kidd Daniel Cormack Phillip Costa Alex Bakens Sean Bartels Anthony Daraio Jack Brettoner Jayden Visser Riley Punnett Lucas Topp Bradley Neurath Todd Burley Hudson Solomon Taylem Withers James Price Anthony Bernardo Robert Hudson Ben Hodgson Sam Brown Jake Kidd Nicholas Kirby Graham Bergroth James Hoskin Andrew Davies Glen Cowan Zachery Tomsic Michael Horton Mitchell Koski Jake Bartels Liam Williams Thomas McGill Damon Blomeley Peter Jeffree Matthew Hodgson Nicholas Scarlett Ethan Nickless Q2

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Valters Baumanis Jeremy Cameron Sam Ready Jayden Maddox Adam Pendlebury Brodey Reid Cruze Tohiariki

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UNDER 19 Coach: Danny Blomeley 4 5 6 7 8 9 11 12 13 15 17

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Nathan Moore Daniel Starling Bradley Sheean Travis Magill-Hoffmann Alex Bennett Zandis Baumanis Lloyd Solomon Lachlan McGill Joshua Ryan Bradley Carlton Harvey Dowse

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Bingsen Mo Luke Bicheno Jack Kelty Kael Rushton Riley Fisher Declan Andreola Adam Luppino Aidan Jelinek Lachlan Rattray-Maier

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DIVISION 3

ROUND 4: SATURDAY 28 APRIL 2018

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. 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

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

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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

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

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

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

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DIVISION 3 WARRANDYTE: Round three saw us we travelling to the home of the 2017 runners up Heathmont on a magnificent day for football

WARRANDYTE

After two rounds and two complete contrasts of mindsets, we were thinking which team was going to turn up today, the hard relentless team of round 1 or the complete opposite team of round 2.

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.

After the first few minutes we all knew we were here to play. If not for a few costly skill errors which resulted in majors for Heathmont we were right in the contest. Our boys continued to battle and at times had them under the pump and under pressure. Even though we finished the day 40 points behind it was not a true reflection of the day and how hard we put in. We fought hard, ran hard and I think a little bit of self belief is creeping in. We need to keep working on minimising our mistakes and to keep working on our game plans and keep taking steps forwards. This week sees us back at home and looking forward to the contest against FTG. Go Bloods.

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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 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 Jack Poole Q2

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

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UNDER 19 Coach: Dave Smith 1 3 4 5 6 7 8 10 15 16 17 18

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Trent Little William Smith Connor Martin Mackenzie Smead Lockier Durran Liam Appleby Harry Smith Connor Huntly Quinn Clark Luke Hogg Cooper Addison Darcy Poole

19 Callum Padfield 21 Joel Carruthers 23 Jake Trewella 25 Adrian Balmian 27 Ben Davies 29 Tyson SprouleCarroll 31 David Wilson 36 Tyson Jaksic 38 Lachlan Richardson 40 Ryley Douglass 42 Steven Garrick

54 Harrison Smith 60 Lewis Downie 67 Noah Kendall


DIVISION 3

ROUND 4: SATURDAY 28 APRIL 2018

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

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

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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

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UNDER 19 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

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

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DIVISION 3 DONVALE: A super morning at Boronia last week, with our women’s side having a big win in their first match of the season. Unfortunately our men’s teams didn’t fare as well at Templestowe, with each Donvale side defeated and numerous unfortunate injuries occurring in the seniors. One of the best things about footy though is that “there’s always next week”! So here we are; back at home on our first ever four match Super Saturday. Congratulations again to all the women wearing the green black and white for the first time at Donvale and well done to all who have made this possible, especially Warren Thomas and Kellie Smith for their passion and ambition for our girls and women’s program, and Coach Clint Martin and Assistant Dean Tomas who have worked so hard to get the team ready to play. We welcome East Ringwood Women for our 12:30 match and wish your players and supporters the best of luck for today’s contest. Welcome to Chirnside Park for the men’s games. Thank you for your flexibility in helping us fixture four games today. We look forward to hard and tight tussles in Under 19s, Reserves and Seniors. Big congratulations for your 40th year Anniversary. We hope your celebratory function tonight is a huge success and well done to all who have organised such a special event. A special shout out to players and officials who are at Donvale today celebrating the 1988 Premierships Reunion. Thanks to Glenn Brindley, Steve Bodin, Theo Otten and Wayne Turner for organising. We hope you all enjoy your day back “home” at Donvale. Memberships remain on sale – see Diarmuid McAlary or Glenn Brindley to get on board the Vales Train. 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

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. 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

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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

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

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

13 James 28 Cooper Howard Gardner-Drummond 29 Harrison Giles 14 Corey McNaughton 32 Sam Michelangeli 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


DIVISION 3

ROUND 4: SATURDAY 28 APRIL 2018

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

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EFL SENIOR WOMEN RESULTS Deakin Uni Senior Women’s 2018 Division 1 WAVERLEY BLUES v. MOUNT EVELYN Round 1 - 21/04/2018 Mount Evelyn 1.2, 2.3, 3.7, 3.8 (26) Waverley Blues 1.0, 2.1, 3.2, 3.2 (20) GOALS, Mount Evelyn : Ysabelle Price 1, Katelyn Betts 1, Jessica Smith 1 Waverley Blues : Olivia Baxter 1, Ashleigh Cant 1 BEST, Mount Evelyn : Nicole Akers, Jessica Smith, Isabella Rennick, Ysabelle Price, Natasha Bennett, Madison Foley Waverley Blues : Hayley Campbell, Olivia Baxter, Domenique Gardner , Ashleigh Cant , Eleanor Bowden THE BASIN v. UPPER FERNTREE GULLY Round 1 - 21/04/2018 Upper Ferntree Gully 2.2, 2.6, 3.7, 7.8 (50) The Basin 0.1, 4.2, 4.3, 4.5 (29) GOALS, Upper Ferntree Gully: Emily Ballard 2, Samantha Hannah 2, Jenna Thompson 1, Maxie Stokes 1, Donna Moore 1 The Basin : Julia Baker 3, Dani Phillips 1 BEST, Upper Ferntree Gully : Lauren Passarelli, Samantha Hannah, Amanda Fage , Bianca Firth, Shannon Stephen, Claire Dean The Basin : Emily Dalton, Teagan Sheldon, Bridgette Gaulke, Brooke Priest, Alexandria Fisch VERMONT v. HEATHMONT Round 1 - 21/04/2018 Vermont 1.0, 7.3, 13.8, 18.17 (125) Heathmont 0.0, 0.0, 0.1, 0.1 (1) GOALS, Vermont : Jamie Chamberlain 4, Hayley ONeill 4, Nicole Marks 3, Tennille Nash 2, Marissa Lee 1, Natalie Campbell 1, Chloe Baldasso 1, Elizabeth Whitfield 1, Philippa Whelan 1 CHIRNSIDE PARK v. NORWOOD Round 1 - 21/04/2018 Chirnside Park 1.1, 1.3, 3.4, 6.7 (43) Norwood 0.0, 0.0, 0.2, 1.2 (8) GOALS, Chirnside Park : Alex Barker 3, Rachael Palmer 2, Jessica Dahlstrom 1 Norwood : Cassandra Wilson 1 BEST, Chirnside Park : Sophie Faulweter, Sophie Ruddick, Brooke Smith, Ella Van De Velde , Sally Lake, Vanessa Clarke Norwood : Brooke Clare, Molly D’Arcy, Kendall Seath, Tania Winchester, Natasha Derksen

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BAYSWATER v. KNOX Round 1 - 21/04/2018 Bayswater 2.2, 2.4, 5.6, 8.8 (56) Knox 0.0, 2.4, 3.5, 3.5 (23) GOALS, Bayswater : Caitlyn Wilson 2, Brenda Lay 2, Kelly Simmons 1, Julia Austin 1, Brooke Pinsent 1, Leesa McShane 1 Knox : Amy McCormack 1, Lisa Walshe 1, - Maddison Southam 1 BEST, Bayswater : Emma Bethune , Brenda Lay, Caitlyn Wilson, Brooke Pinsent, Julia Austin, Ruby Charles Knox : Amy McCormack, Emily Vine, Melanie Rowland, Taylah Kane, Renee Dabb, - Maddison Southam

Deakin Uni Senior Women’s 2018 Division 2 EAST RINGWOOD v. UPWEY TECOMA FNC Round 1 - 21/04/2018 Upwey Tecoma FNC 0.0, 0.0, 0.0, 7.11 (53) East Ringwood 0.0, 0.0, 0.0, 2.5 (17) SOUTH CROYDON v. YARRA JUNCTION Round 1 - 21/04/2018 South Croydon 4.0, 5.5, 6.5, 8.7 (55) Yarra Junction 0.1, 1.1, 1.1, 1.4 (10) GOALS, South Croydon : Stephanie Ratcliff 2, Tanikka Martin 1, Kate McKellar 1, Danielle Zeniou 1, Ruby Kelly 1, Brydie Cox 1, Denni Egan 1 Yarra Junction : Kirsten McConnell 1 BEST, South Croydon : Ebany Vanderheym, Kate McKellar, Ashleigh O’Donnell, Ruby Kelly, Stephanie Ratcliff, Brydie Cox Yarra Junction : Phoebe Laidlaw, Jessica Laidlaw, Sarah Wilcox, Patsy Boxell, Tamzin Demant, Jamee Cousens BORONIA v. DONVALE Round 1 - 21/04/2018 Donvale 7.4, 8.5, 14.10, 16.13 (109) Boronia 0.0, 0.0, 0.0, 0.0 (0) GOALS, Donvale : Monica Latino 4, Tina Liu 3, Kate Maxwell 3, Jess Crundall 3, Alexandra Jaksic 1, Amy Browitt 1, Eilish Barrett 1 BEST, Boronia : Amanda Cellante, Lana Kitteringham, Breanna Martin, Demi Thomas, Rebecca McMahon, Courtney Storen

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DIVISION 4 EAST BURWOOD: Round 3 saw a new challenge facing the resurgent Rams with a night game against Fair Park.

EAST BURWOOD

The day started with our Under 19’s finally fielding a full strength side after two heavy defeats.

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.

What a difference a week makes with the side recording a convincing 8 goal win over their hosts. Displaying a fluency missing in their first two games a six goal final term stamped their authority on the contest. Multiple goal kickers on the day were Jess Hampton, Jake Elliott and Matt Howlett. The reserves recorded an even more impressive win getting home by 11 goals. Best players on the day were Mitch Donald,Greg Papanikolaou and Jacob McCarthy. The senior game started under lights at 7pm with the result still in the balance going into the last quarter. A 3 goal final term saw the Rams continue their early season form and remain undefeated after 3 rounds. This weeks sees local rivals Forest Hill provide the opposition in what promises to be a huge day at the East Burwood Reserve.Club stalwart Craig O’Malley will celebrate his 450th game for the Rams on the day. Upcoming Events Ladies Lunch April 28th Spanish Themed $5,000 Reverse Draw

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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 Q2

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UNDER 19 Coach: Adam Coghlan 18 Jake Elliott (C) Alex Killender 44 Aiden Winder 7 Jordan Michael 19 Dylan Post 24 Jared Walls 13 Liam Rodda Daniel Millen Dylan Simonella 21 Zac Hanlen 23 Matt Howlett 30 Jeremy Hampton

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ROUND 4: SATURDAY 28 APRIL 2018

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

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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

FOREST HILL: As the long summer rolled into autumn we were greeted by warm conditions last Saturday which whilst energy sapping for players were most enjoyable for the large crowd on hand. Our past players function was well patronised and an enjoyable day was had by all. Thanks to all our hard working volunteers that organised the function. In the glorious sunshine the Reserves put on another impressive display to account for the Glen Waverley Hawks although again our poor kicking was evident as we missed some easy chances which could have extended our winning margin. The seniors got off to a good start in the first quarter and held a handy 2 goal lead at quarter time. The Hawks began to get things going in the second quarter and our growing list of injuries meant we had an uphill battle for the remainder of the day. A strong rally in the third and last quarters saw us the margin under 2 goals, however some critical missed shots for goals stalled our fightback and the Hawks scored a few late goals in time on to close out the game. The weekend began with all three Netball teams in action at the same venue, which is extremely rare, and we came away with mixed results. The White and Green teams recorded good wins whilst the Zebras went down. Keep an eye out for times and locations and make sure to get down over the season to support our lady Zebras and as always, new players are welcome. This week sees us travel to another near neighbour as we take on East Burwood on the wide expanses of their ground and their confidence will be high as they are undefeated at both Senior and Reserve level. Many experts in the EFL have been suggesting the rams are the team to beat in2018 so it will be a big challenge for the Zebras today. Although it is only early in the season these games loom as significant for us as we can claim the scalp of undefeated sides and for the seniors ensure that we regain momentum, particularly how even the division 4 competition is this season. The weather forecast looks OK, so let’s get as many supporters up to East Burwood for what looks likely to be a cracking game. Don’t forget to see Fay Smith to secure your ticket and arrange your table for our Mid-Year Ball being held on May 19th. Tickets need to be sorted by May 6th so get working on organising your tables. Go Zebras!

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DIVISION 4 GLEN WAVERLEY HAWKS: The Glen Waverley Hawks hit the road in far better conditions then the previous week, to take on a strong contender in Forest Hill.

GLEN WAVERLEY HAWKS 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.

The Reserves took the field in the first game of the day in hot condiotions for a hard fought battle that saw the Zebras take the win in a game with lots of positives. The inclusions of R.Goold who took control in any position he played and B.Pickering who held down the backline bolstered the team who continue to improve every single week. Both teams lined up for the last post before the game started, and with poor accuracy in the first quater the boys needed to rally together and did just that with a dominant ruck display from Beau Parthenides and Luke Broad getting plenty of the ball saw us score 9.2 to Forest Hills 1.0 Going in to the final term, a final push from Forest Hill made for some anxious moments, with the score as close as 10 points before goals from Humphries and Sinden saw us extend our lead to 30 points just before the final siren. Our netballers have started the season on fire, undefeated after the first two games of the season in both divisions, and now look foward to the round ahead with our Blue team girls taking on North Ringwood Black in a top of the table clash, and the Yellow team girls taking on the Nunawading Lions Gold team. Lets go girls! In social news the clubs opening player function was a success, and the Ladies Luncheon is fast approaching. With our first win in the books we look foward to another challenge in Kilsyth at home.

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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)

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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

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ROUND 4: SATURDAY 28 APRIL 2018

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

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

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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

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KILSYTH: The year is off to a great start with both side enjoying good wins in Round 3 . The reserves kicked the day off with a good win against a much improved Nunawading. They were hard at it and applied a lot of pressure. In the end we got on top and started to play some good footy. The seniors started slowly and eventually got on top of the opposition with some big performances up forward. Jye kicked a personal high 8 goals and Jono Hevern snagged 7 on his bday before celebrating with an uber home from the dorset at 11pm. Simmo chipped in with 5 and showed he can make it in the city. Big Congrats to Ben Van Veen on his debut ,kicking 2 goals with his first 2 kicks. Cam McCarthur played his 100th game for the club also which was a great achievement. This week is a huge test and will really see where we are at. All Players and supporters are invited back to the Acorn Bar in The basin for awards at 6:00 pm tonight following the game. SOCIAL Ladies see Kerry Buckley or call on 0426 822 919 to organise your tables for ladies day on 19th May. Selling fast! Great effort last week for the first lightning premiership, tomorrow we finish off so make sure we all get up to help. Go Cougars!!!

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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

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DIVISION 4 COLDSTREAM: We travelled up the road to Silvan this week for the Brett Hartman Shield and thankfully Charlie and Co not only hosted a great day, they also turned the weather on with the sun shining after our last game there was played in near freezing temperatures. Thanks guys! The Seniors chalked up their first win and most impressive of all was that they played as a team with passion, determination and self belief. They were in control all day with the backline solid as always, the centre line dynamic and the forwards led by Whitchy with 6 for the day on point!! BOG and winner of the Brett Hartman Award was new recruit Cam Shields who has impressed since his very first training session and didn’t disappoint on the weekend! It was a great team effort with everyone contributing and doing their job which just shows boys it takes a champion team not a team of champions to be successful!! Best C.Shields, D.Carrigan, C.Whitchell, J.Deacon, S.McCarthy Goals C.Whitchell 6, D.Carrigan 4, S.McCarthy, A.Faulkner & D.Fritsch 2 and D.Versteegen, C.Majok & T.Griffin 1 each Unfortunately the reserves weren’t able to get the four points but it wasn’t due to lack of heart or determination. Throughout the game there were numerous team and individual efforts that shows us all that that first win is just around the corner!! Just got to stick together boys! Best H.Long, M.Hendley, M.Grant, L.Robertson, P.Spendlove Goals A.Dale 2, R.Kerr, J.Pignataro, C.Coley, A.Hunter and J.Wiggins 1 Netball Results Black Team won 24-16 White Team lost 13-34 Red Team lost 3-37 Grey Team won 32-27 Blue Team lost 33-36 All the best to all teams representing the CFNC this weekend!! DATES TO REMEMBER 5th May Cougar Airlines Around the World $35 early bird airfare prior to 1st May / $40 at the door Includes entry to 4 countries with 4 different drinks and pizza See Cam, Jamie or Sam for tickets Special Mentions: Marg Randall coming straight from her hospital bed to the timekeepers box, Aussie Mcinerney breaking his own “dishes” rules on Thursday night and everyone rocking the shaved head look!! #gocougars #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

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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

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ROUND 4: SATURDAY 28 APRIL 2018

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

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

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SURREY PARK: Well done to the 19’s on making it three from three this season, the boys have gelled wonderfully well and we look forward this week to their match against East Burwood, the clubs first in a number of years. The reserves are also performing strongly despite the 1-2 win / loss ratio. Their 105.3% tells the story. It’s been a disappointing start on the scoreboard for the ‘Ones’, yet to register a win but plenty of positives at the club with young Panthers getting the opportunity to play senior footy in Callum Ternes, Noah Bennett, Tom Girvan, Tom Spangaro all making their senior debut this season, while Full Forward Chris Smith has started the season very positively. We know the first win is just around the corner, and could be this weekend when we travel up to Coldstream. Our sponsor of the week is new Bendigo Community Bank. We are fortunate, like so many clubs right around Australia, to be supported by this wonderful community-minded organisation. For a free financial health check, contact Maggie at the Surrey Hills branch on 9890 7188. If you’re in the market for a Home Loan, try them – you might be surprised! The club receives $1000 for every settled home loan! Some upcoming events: Saturday May 19th – 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 Saturday May 26th – Black & White Night – it’s back at the Box Hill Golf Club, book your ticket through the club! Go Surrey!

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

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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

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DIVISION 4 WHITEHORSE PIONEERS: Round 3 took the pioneers to Surrey Park for all 3 games in the Anzac Round. Our seniors had an impressive win beating Surrey Park by 48 points. The Mariani brothers shared in 5 goals between them and were in the best. Ed Sim also equally impressive with 2 goals as well as best on. Also in the best for Whitehorse D Bertacco, A Quinn and C McDougall. Our reserves are also sitting 3-0 beating Surrey Park by 6 points Surrey Park keep close for most of the day but our boys keep their composure and finished the game with a win. Jordan Trevaskis having another impressive day out with 3 goals, Harry Thorn with 3 also showing a strong present deep in the forward line, Tempany with 2 and Lucak with 1. In the best for the day Lachlan Smith, Chris Gilliland, Shaun Nolan, Jordan Trevaskis, Lachlan O’Brien and Harry Thorn. Our 19s unfortunately could not come home with a win but did not give up all day with a good second half of footy. Best for Whitehorse A. Mulhern, M. Bartholomew, B. Stewart, R. Mills, J. Wright and B. Akaruru. The Netball team also had its first game of the season against the Basin at Gloria Pyke netball centre, The girls had a nervous start which put them be hide early on the score board. The second half the girls came back strong and played a strong Second half but unfortunately could not come home with the win finishing the game 18 to 25. This weekend our home game against Silvan, a special round for the club with a memorial lunch for our past players the Hoaths. The boys looking to have a strong win again to honour the family. Thank you to our sponsors, supporter for traveling to our away games and giving us the support.

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

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DIVISION 4

ROUND 4: SATURDAY 28 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 club had some mixed fortunes last week which saw our Senior side simply outplayed by a desperate Coldstream side. On a positive note our Colts got the points in an exciting nail biter against the formidable Park Orchards team. Although the result was an 18 point win, scores were tied with only 5 minutes to play. Our reserves also showed great spirit and character to over run an experienced Coldstream side and get their second win of the season. Today sees us take on the undefeated Whitehorse Pioneers which will be a huge test. There’s no doubt amongst our playing group we head into the game with plenty of optimism and belief and we look forward to a great contest. To all the ladies of the club, a quick reminder our Ladies Day is coming up on the 26th of May and we are close to full capacity so if you would like to book your spot get in contact with Tracey, Paige or Ginette. Good luck to all players in all 3 matches today, it’s sure to be an entertaining day of football. Go Cats!!!

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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

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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

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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

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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

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DIVISION 4

ROUND 4: SATURDAY 28 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 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 37 38

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 Aaron Hoskings 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 Robbie Cox David Joseph Daniel Bartlett Anthony Rizzo Tom McNamara Nick Cowan Kory Grant Brad Nied Shaun McKay James LeGassick

Q1

39 40 41 43 44 45 46 48 49 50 52 53 54 55 56 58 60 62 66 67 68 70 71 74 79 86 99

Q2

Liam O’Brien Jason Peagram Tyner Gough Chris Caporale Dean Papoulis James Topp Dale Oneill 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 Chris Grey Jayden Dihood James Gough

Q3

Q4

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

Coby Law Ty Sandford Cody Morrison Silas Fisher Ben Lees Josh Beamsley Mason Byrne Mitch Barrington Billy McNay Hunter Bevis Kane Fernleigh Mitch Quinn

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Noah Heydon Ryan Thorneycroft Liam Hind Dale Bent Clyde Benjamin Sam Woodstock-Decru Dylan Woolacott Josh Trevethan James Lalor Aaron Donaghue

27 Brad Garbett-Tazare 31 Matt Morrison 32 Corey Evans 33 Michael Anderson

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EASTLAND NETBALL LADDERS 2018 Bendigo Bank Netball EFL Prem/ Prem Res TEAM Fairpark Yellow Scoresby Swoopers Boronia Hawks Lilydale Falcons Wantirna South Devils Res Norwood Black Heathmont White Wantirna South Devils Blackburn Red Mulgrave Yellow Montrose Demons

P 2 2 2 2 1 2 2 1 2 2 2

W 2 2 2 2 0 1 0 0 0 0 0

L 0 0 0 0 0 1 1 1 2 2 2

D 0 0 0 0 1 0 1 0 0 0 0

F 101 88 106 108 44 66 82 37 77 63 53

A 56 56 71 73 44 85 100 41 97 91 111

% 180.36 157.14 149.30 147.95 100.00 77.65 82.00 90.24 79.38 69.23 47.75

2018 Bendigo Bank Netball EFL Division 4 Pts 8 8 8 8 2 4 2 0 0 0 0

TEAM

P

W

L

D

F

A

%

Pts

North Ringwood Black

2

2

0

0

65

23

282.61

8

GW Hawks Blue

2

2

0

0

84

33

254.55

8

Ferntree Gully White

2

2

0

0

52

26

200.00

8

Forest Hill Zebras

2

1

1

0

60

50

120.00

4

Heathmont Yellow

2

1

1

0

43

42

102.38

4

Lilydale Blue

2

1

1

0

43

49

87.76

4

Nunawading Lions Maroon

2

0

1

1

44

56

78.57

2

Coldstream White

2

0

1

1

35

56

62.50

2

Ringwood White

2

0

2

0

26

47

55.32

0

Mulgrave Blue

2

0

2

0

21

91

23.08

0

2018 Bendigo Bank Netball EFL Division 1 TEAM Kilsyth Cougars South Croydon Red Knox Falcons Fairpark Red Wantirna Devils Green Park Orchards White Forest Hill White Coldstream Grey North Ringwood Blackburn Black Scoresby Strikers Boronia Gold

P 2 1 1 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2

W 2 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 0 0 0

L 0 0 0 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 2

D 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 1 0

F 73 40 36 92 71 57 60 58 54 50 44 43

A 53 30 30 59 56 57 61 60 61 55 53 103

% 137.74 133.33 120.00 155.93 126.79 100.00 98.36 96.67 88.52 90.91 83.02 41.75

Pts 8 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 2 2 0

2018 Bendigo Bank Netball EFL Division 2 TEAM Kilsyth Cougars Red The Basin Reds Norwood Purple Ringwood Red Forest Hill Green Lilydale Gold Croydon Knox Falcons Black Park Orchards Red Waverley Blues Whitehorse Pioneers Scoresby Soarers

P 1 2 2 2 2 1 1 2 2 2 2 1

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

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

D 0 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 0

F 30 25 35 29 29 0 0 27 23 27 18 24

A 24 18 27 23 27 0 0 29 29 35 25 30

% 125.00 138.89 129.63 126.09 107.41 0.00 0.00 93.10 79.31 77.14 72.00 80.00

Pts 4 6 6 6 6 2 2 2 2 2 2 0

2018 Bendigo Bank Netball EFL Division 3 TEAM Vermont Eagles Ferntree Gully Blue Heathmont Blue Kilsyth Cougars Black Knox Falcons Red Mulgrave Red Coldstream Blue Boronia Brown Ringwood Black Rowville Upper Ferntree Gully Blue Norwood Woodettes

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P 2 2 2 2 2 1 1 2 2 2 2 2

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

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

D 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1

F 42 39 22 30 25 0 0 17 17 12 21 21

A 21 21 12 17 17 0 0 25 30 22 39 42

% 200.00 185.71 183.33 176.47 147.06 0.00 0.00 68.00 56.67 54.55 53.85 50.00

Pts 6 6 6 6 6 2 2 2 2 2 2 2

2018 Bendigo Bank Netball EFL Division 5 TEAM

P

W

L

D

F

A

%

Wantirna South Devils White

2

2

0

0

73

27

270.37

Pts 8

Upper Ferntree Gully Red 2

1

0

1

43

9

477.78

6

South Belgrave Black

2

1

0

1

33

8

412.50

6

Heathmont Black

2

1

0

1

25

14

178.57

6

South Croydon Blue

2

1

0

1

16

9

177.78

6

Mitcham

2

1

0

1

19

17

111.76

6

The Basin Greens

2

1

1

0

47

41

114.63

4

Wantirna South Devils Black 2

0

1

1

17

19

89.47

2

Norwood Gold

0

1

1

8

33

24.24

2

2

Knox Falcons White

2

0

1

1

9

43

20.93

2

Lilydale Yellow

2

0

2

0

18

43

41.86

0

Ferntree Gully Yellow

2

0

2

0

21

66

31.82

0

2018 Bendigo Bank Netball EFL Division 6 TEAM

P

W

L

D

F

A

%

Pts

Coldstream Black

1

1

0

0

52

6

866.67

4

Park Orchards Black

2

2

0

0

71

27

262.96

8

South Belgrave Red

1

1

0

0

34

16

212.50

4

GW Hawks Yellow

1

1

0

0

19

14

135.71

4

Nunawading Lions Gold

2

1

1

0

54

39

138.46

4

Montrose Flames

2

1

1

0

39

82

47.56

4

Scoresby Shooters

1

0

1

0

14

19

73.68

0

Norwood White

2

0

2

0

46

67

68.66

0

Coldstream Red

1

0

1

0

10

37

27.03

0

The Basin Bears

1

0

1

0

10

42

23.81

0

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EASTLAND NETBALL RESULTS 2018 Bendigo Bank Netball EFL Premier/ Premier Reserve

2018 Bendigo Bank Netball EFL Division 1

HEATHMONT WHITE V. BORONIA HAWKS

FOREST HILL WHITE V. SCORESBY STRIKERS Round 2 - 20/04/2018 Forest Hill White 10, 15, 24, 30 Scoresby Strikers 4, 11, 16, 21 Forest Hill White Goals: G. Abbott 19, Z. Lythgo 11 Scoresby Strikers Goals: S. Richmond 10, A. Green 9, M. Chadwick 2

Round 2 - 20/04/2018 Heathmont White Boronia Hawks

12, 17, 24, 38 13, 27, 43, 56

Heathmont White Goals: R. Goulding 18, Z. Abbruzzese 13, J. Sommers 5 Boronia Hawks Goals: J. Rush 47, S. Philp 7, E. Barrie 2 MULGRAVE YELLOW V. SCORESBY SWOOPERS Round 2 - 20/04/2018 Mulgrave Yellow Scoresby Swoopers

10, 18, 24, 30 12, 21, 30, 41

Mulgrave Yellow Goals: S. Panayi 12, T. Edwards 11 Scoresby Swoopers Goals: J. Kelly 25, J. Krawczyk 11, J. De Ieso 5 FAIRPARK YELLOW V. WANTIRNA SOUTH DEVILS RESERVE Round 2 - 20/04/2018 Fairpark Yellow Wantirna South Devils

10, 17, 25, 41 11, 17, 30, 37

Fairpark Yellow Goals: V. Mclellan 21, C. Van Dreumel 20 Wantirna South Devils Goals: J. Graham 25, R. Hickey 12 LILYDALE FALCONS V. MONTROSE DEMONS Round 2 - 20/04/2018 Lilydale Falcons Montrose Demons

16, 24, 40, 51 5, 12, 24, 34

Lilydale Falcons Goals: A. Murphy 26, K. Johnston 19, S. Fotia 6 Montrose Demons Goals: J. Lee Baker 19, J. Ellwood 8, E. Stewart 6, K. Terrill 1 NORWOOD BLACK V. BLACKBURN RED Round 2 - 20/04/2018 Norwood Black Blackburn Red

15, 22, 30, 40 7, 15, 25, 38

Norwood Black Goals: L. Kapoglis 27, C. Duke 9, T. Joseph 4 Blackburn Red Goals: S. Shaw 18, J. Domingo 12, A. Moore 8

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KNOX FALCONS V. SOUTH CROYDON RED Round 2 - 20/04/2018 Knox Falcons South Croydon Red Knox Falcons Goals: J. Teunissen 15, K. Gifford 7, S. Proven 3 South Croydon Red Goals: J. Sands 12, S. Stubbs 2, R. Mccormick 2 PARK ORCHARDS WHITE V. WANTIRNA DEVILS GREEN Round 2 - 20/04/2018 Park Orchards White 13, 19, 27, 36 Wantirna Devils Green 5, 12, 23, 30 Park Orchards White Goals: P. Tomlins 26, E. Richards 10 Wantirna Devils Green Goals: P. Ford 12, A. Ryan 11, C. Bates 7 KILSYTH COUGARS V. NORTH RINGWOOD Round 2 - 20/04/2018 Kilsyth Cougars 14, 26, 30, 40 North Ringwood 4, 10, 20, 27 Kilsyth Cougars Goals: A. Lennie 22, I. Gill 16, A. Grimes 2 North Ringwood Goals: P. Stanley 16, M. Bemelmans 1 BORONIA GOLD V. FAIRPARK RED Round 2 - 20/04/2018 Boronia Gold 2, 11, 19, 23 Fairpark Red, 19 32, 45, 62 Boronia Gold Goals: J. Hall 14, C. Hahn 7, S. Grigg 2 Fairpark Red Goals: E. Williams 32, M. Williams 30 BLACKBURN BLACK V. COLDSTREAM GREY Round 2 - 20/04/2018 Blackburn Black 3, 12, 18, 27 Coldstream Grey 10, 16, 22, 32 Blackburn Black Goals: C. Cameron 15, M. Williamson 9, K. Froelich 3 Coldstream Grey Goals: P. Rondinella 19, T. Collette 13


EASTLAND NETBALL RESULTS 2018 Bendigo Bank Netball EFL Division 2 FOREST HILL GREEN V. KNOX FALCONS BLACK Round 2 - 20/04/2018 Forest Hill Green Knox Falcons Black

10, 18, 24, 29 6, 12, 21, 27

Forest Hill Green Goals: J. Giudice 19, A. Morris 10 Knox Falcons Black Goals: J. Harfield 20, A. Flintoff 4, M. Gibson 1 THE BASIN REDS V. WHITEHORSE PIONEERS Round 2 - 20/04/2018 The Basin Reds Whitehorse Pioneers

5, 13, 21, 25 2, 5, 11, 18

The Basin Reds Goals: K. Watson 11, M. Simpson 10, E. Gillies 4 Whitehorse Pioneers Goals: R. Brooks 10, G. Dillon 5, M. Stewart 2, A. Russian 1 PARK ORCHARDS RED V. RINGWOOD RED Round 2 - 20/04/2018 Park Orchards Red Ringwood Red

6, 9, 16, 23 5, 13, 21, 29

Park Orchards Red Goals: M. Buckland 12 Ringwood Red Goals: S. Livesey 13, M. Marnell 6, T. Holt 6, S. Van Raay 2 WAVERLEY BLUES V. NORWOOD PURPLE Round 2 - 20/04/2018 Waverley Blues Norwood Purple

6, 12, 20, 27 13, 18, 27, 35

Waverley Blues Goals: A. Glare 14, J. Kirton 7, S. Gregory 6 Norwood Purple Goals: A. Beaton 21, D. Houghton 14

NORWOOD WOODETTES V. VERMONT EAGLES Round 2 - 20/04/2018 Norwood Woodettes Vermont Eagles Norwood Woodettes Goals: H. Kruse 16, R. Bird 4

4, 10, 16, 21 12, 23, 32, 42

HEATHMONT BLUE V. ROWVILLE Round 2 - 20/04/2018 Heathmont Blue 5, 10, 17, 22 Rowville 2, 4, 9, 12 Heathmont Blue Goals: S. Crowe 10, R. Christiansen 6, S. Sheehy 6 Rowville Goals: C. Hare 6, S. Mcdonnell 6 UPPER FERNTREE GULLY BLUE V. FERNTREE GULLY BLUE Round 2 - 20/04/2018 Upper Ferntree Gully Blue 6, 10, 16, 21 Ferntree Gully Blue 12, 24, 32, 39 Ferntree Gully Blue Goals: A. Moxham 16, C. Morgan 13, A. Hemmings 2 RINGWOOD BLACK V. KILSYTH COUGARS BLACK Round 2 - 20/04/2018 Ringwood Black Kilsyth Cougars Black Kilsyth Cougars Black Goals: C. Muller 19, S. Kayll 11

7, 12, 15, 17 6, 13, 21, 30

2018 Bendigo Bank Netball EFL Division 4 LILYDALE BLUE V. RINGWOOD WHITE Round 2 - 20/04/2018 Lilydale Blue Ringwood White Lilydale Blue Goals: O. Nation 11, A. Taylor 3

4, 10, 16, 23 3, 8, 12, 13

NORTH RINGWOOD BLACK V. MULGRAVE BLUE

BORONIA BROWN V. KNOX FALCONS RED

Round 2 - 20/04/2018 North Ringwood Black Mulgrave Blue North Ringwood Black Goals: T. Luiyf 25, M. Murphy 16

Round 2 - 20/04/2018

HEATHMONT YELLOW V. FOREST HILL ZEBRAS

2018 Bendigo Bank Netball EFL Division 3

Boronia Brown Knox Falcons Red

3, 8, 12, 17 8, 17, 21, 25

Boronia Brown Goals: D. Kemp 11, M. Mcmahon 5, S. Martin 1 Knox Falcons Red Goals: C. Tredrea 10, B. Wolski 10

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11, 23, 32, 41 3, 8, 8, 10

Round 2 - 20/04/2018 Heathmont Yellow 10, 17, 24, 30 Forest Hill Zebras 3, 8, 17, 24 Heathmont Yellow Goals: P. Gillespie 5 Forest Hill Zebras Goals: L. Wilkinson 17, R. Camilleri 5, N. Armany 2

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EASTLAND NETBALL RESULTS NUNAWADING LIONS MAROON V. GLEN WAVERLEY HAWKS BLUE

FERNTREE GULLY YELLOW V. HEATHMONT BLACK

Round 2 - 20/04/2018

Round 2 - 20/04/2018

Nunawading Lions Maroon Glen Waverley Hawks Blue

5, 9, 12, 22 9, 16, 25, 34

Ferntree Gully Yellow Heathmont Black

Nunawading Lions Maroon Goals: M. Farago 6, B. Baxter 5

Ferntree Gully Yellow Goals: B. Mcauley-Hines 4, A. Keaton 3

Glen Waverley Hawks Blue Goals: E. Anderson 21, M. Eastman 10, B. Stallworthy 3

Heathmont Black Goals: S. Grace 14, P. Lesiputty 11

COLDSTREAM WHITE V. FERNTREE GULLY WHITE

Round 2 - 20/04/2018

Round 2 - 20/04/2018 Coldstream White Ferntree Gully White

3, 6, 9, 13 5, 11, 23, 34

2, 7, 9, 14 8, 15, 23, 25

SOUTH CROYDON BLUE V. LILYDALE YELLOW South Croydon Blue Lilydale Yellow

5, 9, 13, 16 0, 3, 6, 9

South Croydon Blue Goals: L. Haynes 7, C. Taylor 6, M. O’Toole 3

Coldstream White Goals: E. Jakobs 8, M. Jakobs 5

Lilydale Yellow Goals: A. Weston 5, J. Young 4

Ferntree Gully White Goals: E. Mitchell 25, C. Carnell 9

MITCHAM V. WANTIRNA SOUTH DEVILS BLACK

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Mitcham Wantirna South Devils Black

KNOX FALCONS WHITE V. UPPER FERNTREE GULLY RED

Mitcham Goals: M. Mitchell 9, J. Repalust 9, M. Foster 1

Round 2 - 20/04/2018

Wantirna South Devils Black Goals: J. Bignell 13, K. Mazurek 4

Knox Falcons White Upper Ferntree Gully Red

Round 2 - 20/04/2018

2, 3, 5, 9 9, 19, 33, 43

Knox Falcons White Goals: S. Barbanti 3, T. Sutherland 3, C. Dahlstrom 2, E. Vine 1 Upper Ferntree Gully Red Goals: N. Howse 15, A. Thomas 14, F. Hutchinson 14

8, 10, 16, 19 2, 6, 12, 17

2018 Bendigo Bank Netball EFL Division 6 NUNAWADING LIONS GOLD V. PARK ORCHARDS BLACK Round 2 - 20/04/2018

THE BASIN GREENS V. WANTIRNA SOUTH DEVILS WHITE

Nunawading Lions Gold Park Orchards Black

Round 2 - 20/04/2018

Nunawading Lions Gold Goals: M. Kolevich 10, C. Nobile 4, M. Van Zuyden 3

The Basin Greens Wantirna South Devils White

8, 14, 18, 20 6, 18, 27, 32

NORWOOD WHITE V. MONTROSE FLAMES

The Basin Greens Goals: K. Baumgarten 8, E. Turcinovic 8, D. Walsham 4

Round 2 - 20/04/2018

Wantirna South Devils White Goals: M. Stack 20, A. Lia 7, M. Perkins 5

Norwood White Goals: M. Keppler 16, C. Pilcher 14

NORWOOD GOLD V. SOUTH BELGRAVE BLACK

Montrose Flames Goals: M. Inglese 17, P. Baughan 16

Round 2 - 20/04/2018 Norwood Gold South Belgrave Black Norwood Gold Goals: M. Johnson 4, L. Dale 3, L. Relf 1 South Belgrave Black Goals: C. Cook 6, G. Allen 5, M. Cook 4

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2, 4, 6, 8 5, 12, 20, 33

7, 8, 15, 17 5, 13, 18, 29

Norwood White Montrose Flames

4, 10, 20, 30 9, 21, 27, 33


EASTLAND JUNIOR LADDERS 17 Premier 2018

17C 2018

TEAM

P

W

L

D

B

%Won

L5

TEAM

P

W

L

D

B

%Won

L5

Rowville Brown

2

2

0

0

0

100.00

WW

Forest Hill

2

2

0

0

0

100.00

WW

Mooroolbark

2

2

0

0

0

100.00

WW

Waverley Blues

2

2

0

0

0

100.00

WW

Blackburn Black

2

1

1

0

0

50.00

WL

Montrose

2

2

0

0

0

100.00

WW

Noble Park Blue

2

1

1

0

0

50.00

LW

Wantirna South

2

1

1

0

0

50.00

WL

Knox Red

2

0

2

0

0

0.00

LL

Kilsyth

2

1

1

0

0

50.00

LW

Norwood Black

1

0

1

0

1

0.00

L

East Ringwood White

2

0

2

0

0

0.00

LL

Vermont

1

0

1

0

1

0.00

L

Bayswater

2

0

2

0

0

0.00

LL

Vermont Purple

2

0

2

0

0

0.00

LL

TEAM

P

W

L

D

B

%Won

L5

2

2

0

0

0

100.00

WW

17A 2018

17D 2018

TEAM

P

W

L

D

B

%Won

L5

East Ringwood Blue

2

2

0

0

0

100.00

WW

Rowville Gold

The Basin Red

2

2

0

0

0

100.00

WW

Blackburn Red

1

1

0

0

1

100.00

W

GW Rovers Black

2

1

0

1

0

75.00

DW

Norwood Purple

1

1

0

0

1

100.00

W

East Burwood

2

1

1

0

0

50.00

WL

Knox Black

2

1

1

0

0

50.00

WL

The Knights - Rowville

2

1

1

0

0

50.00

LW

Upper FTG Red

2

1

1

0

0

50.00

LW

Upper Ferntree Gully Blue

2

0

1

1

0

25.00

DL

The Basin Green

2

0

2

0

0

0.00

LL

Lysterfield Teal

2

0

2

0

0

0.00

LL

Noble Park Gold

2

0

2

0

0

0.00

LL

Donvale

2

0

2

0

0

0.00

LL

TEAM

P

W

L

D

B

%Won

L5

TEAM

P

W

L

D

B

%Won

L5

FTG Eagles Blue

2

2

0

0

0

100.00

WW

Lilydale Gold

2

2

0

0

0

100.00

WW

Lilydale Blue

2

2

0

0

0

100.00

WW

FTG Eagles White

2

2

0

0

0

100.00

WW

South Croydon

2

1

1

0

0

50.00

WL

Eastern Lions

2

1

1

0

0

50.00

WL

Boronia

2

1

1

0

0

50.00

WL

Scoresby Knights

2

1

1

0

0

50.00

LW

Heathmont

2

1

1

0

0

50.00

LW

Lysterfield Grey

2

0

2

0

0

0.00

LL

North Ringwood

2

1

1

0

0

50.00

LW

GW Rovers White

2

0

2

0

0

0.00

LL

Chirnside Park

2

0

2

0

0

0.00

LL

Mitcham

2

0

2

0

0

0.00

LL

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14A 2018

TEAM

P

W

L

D

B

%Won

L5

TEAM

P

W

L

D

B

%Won

L5

East Ringwood Blue

2

2

0

0

0

100.00

WW

East Ringwood Blue

2

2

0

0

0

100.00

WW

Blackburn Black

2

2

0

0

0

100.00

WW

Lysterfield Teal

2

2

0

0

0

100.00

WW

Vermont Purple

1

1

0

0

0

100.00

W

North Ringwood Red

2

1

1

0

0

50.00

WL

Lysterfield Teal

1

1

0

0

0

100.00

W

GW Rovers Black

2

1

1

0

0

50.00

WL

East Burwood

2

1

1

0

0

50.00

LW

Waverley Blues

2

1

1

0

0

50.00

LW

FTG Eagles Blue

2

0

2

0

0

0.00

LL

Croydon

2

1

1

0

0

50.00

LW

North Ringwood

2

0

2

0

0

0.00

LL

Mooroolbark

2

0

2

0

0

0.00

LL

Rowville Hawks

2

0

2

0

0

0.00

LL

15B 2018 14B 2018

TEAM

P

W

L

D

B

%Won

L5

The Basin

2

2

0

0

0

100.00

WW

TEAM

P

W

L

D

B

%Won

L5

Wantirna South

2

2

0

0

0

100.00

WW

Vermont

2

2

0

0

0

100.00

WW

Chirnside Park

1

1

0

0

1

100.00

W

The Basin

2

2

0

0

0

100.00

WW

Glen Waverley Rovers

2

1

1

0

0

50.00

WL

The Knights - Rowville

2

2

0

0

0

100.00

WW

Waverley Blues

2

0

2

0

0

0.00

LL

Heathmont

2

1

1

0

0

50.00

WL

Mooroolbark

2

0

2

0

0

0.00

LL

Kilsyth

2

1

1

0

0

50.00

LW

Lilydale

1

0

1

0

1

0.00

L

Upper Ferntree Gully

2

0

2

0

0

0.00

LL

Bayswater

2

0

2

0

0

0.00

LL

Boronia

2

0

2

0

0

0.00

LL

15C 2018 TEAM

P

W

L

D

B

%Won

L5

Croydon

2

2

0

0

0

100.00

WW

Donvale

2

2

0

0

0

100.00

WW

TEAM

P

W

L

D

B

%Won

L5

Knox

2

2

0

0

0

100.00

WW

Coldstream

2

2

0

0

0

100.00

WW

Rowville

1

1

0

0

1

100.00

W

Chirnside Park

2

2

0

0

0

100.00

WW

Montrose

2

1

1

0

0

50.00

WL

Lilydale

2

1

1

0

0

50.00

WL

South Croydon

2

0

2

0

0

0.00

LL

Blackburn

2

1

1

0

0

50.00

LW

FTG Eagles White

2

0

2

0

0

0.00

LL

Donvale

2

0

2

0

0

0.00

LL

Upper FTG

2

0

2

0

0

0.00

LL

Mitcham

1

0

1

0

1

0.00

L

Mitcham

1

0

1

0

1

0.00

L

Ferntree Gully Eagles

1

0

1

0

1

0.00

L

14C 2018

15D 2018

14D 2018

TEAM

P

W

L

D

B

%Won

L5

TEAM

P

W

L

D

B

%Won

L5

Kilsyth

2

2

0

0

0

100.00

WW

East Ringwood White

2

2

0

0

0

100.00

WW WW

Scoresby/ Lysterfield

2

2

0

0

0

100.00

WW

Wantirna South

2

2

0

0

0

100.00

East Ringwood White

2

1

1

0

0

50.00

WL

Knox

1

1

0

0

0

100.00

W

Vermont Gold

2

1

1

0

0

50.00

LW

Forest Hill

2

1

1

0

0

50.00

WL

Blackburn Red

2

0

2

0

0

0.00

LL

Lysterfield Grey

2

1

1

0

0

50.00

WL

Norwood

2

0

2

0

0

0.00

LL

Montrose

2

1

1

0

0

50.00

LW

GW Rovers White

2

0

2

0

0

0.00

LL

North Ringwood Black

2

0

2

0

0

0.00

LL

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12A 2018

TEAM

P

W

L

D

B

%Won

L5

TEAM

P

W

L

D

B

%Won

L5

East Ringwood Blue

2

2

0

0

0

100.00

WW

Mitcham

2

2

0

0

0

100.00

WW

Blackburn Black

2

2

0

0

0

100.00

WW

Croydon Blue

2

2

0

0

0

100.00

WW

Mooroolbark Green

2

2

0

0

0

100.00

WW

Glen Waverley Rovers

2

2

0

0

0

100.00

WW

Vermont Purple

2

1

1

0

0

50.00

WL

Lysterfield Teal

2

1

1

0

0

50.00

WL

North Ringwood Red

2

1

1

0

0

50.00

LW

Vermont Purple

2

1

1

0

0

50.00

LW

Upper Ferntree Gully

2

0

2

0

0

0.00

LL

Norwood

2

0

2

0

0

0.00

LL

Lysterfield Teal

2

0

2

0

0

0.00

LL

Glen Waverley Hawks

2

0

2

0

0

0.00

LL

Ferntree Gully Eagles Blue

2

0

2

0

0

0.00

LL

Blackburn Black

2

0

2

0

0

0.00

LL

13B 2018 12B 2018 TEAM

P

W

L

D

B

%Won

L5

Glen Waverley Rovers

2

2

0

0

0

100.00

WW

Lilydale

2

2

0

0

0

100.00

WW

Croydon

2

1

1

0

0

50.00

WL

Waverley Blues

2

1

1

0

0

50.00

WL

Wantirna South

2

1

1

0

0

50.00

LW

Montrose Blue

2

1

1

0

0

50.00

LW

The Knights - Rowville

2

0

2

0

0

0.00

LL

East Burwood

2

0

2

0

0

0.00

LL

TEAM

P

W

L

D

B

%Won

L5

North Ringwood

2

2

0

0

0

100.00

WW

Heathmont Blue

2

2

0

0

0

100.00

WW

Chirnside Park

2

1

1

0

0

50.00

WL

Knox

2

1

1

0

0

50.00

WL

The Knights - Rowville

2

1

1

0

0

50.00

LW

The Basin Red

2

1

1

0

0

50.00

LW

East Ringwood Blue

2

0

2

0

0

0.00

LL

Donvale

2

0

2

0

0

0.00

LL

13C 2018 TEAM

P

W

L

D

B

%Won

L5

Knox

2

2

0

0

0

100.00

WW

Vermont Gold

2

2

0

0

0

100.00

WW

FTG Eagles White

2

2

0

0

0

100.00

WW

Heathmont

2

1

1

0

0

50.00

WL

Forest Hill

2

1

1

0

0

50.00

WL

Mitcham

2

1

1

0

0

50.00

LW

Kilsyth

2

1

1

0

0

50.00

LW

The Basin

2

0

2

0

0

0.00

LL

East Ringwood White

2

0

2

0

0

0.00

LL

Donvale

2

0

2

0

0

0.00

LL

12C 2018 TEAM

P

W

L

D

B

%Won

L5

Wantirna South

2

2

0

0

0

100.00

WW

East Burwood

2

2

0

0

0

100.00

WW

Lilydale

2

1

1

0

0

50.00

WL

Kilsyth

2

1

1

0

0

50.00

WL

Mooroolbark

2

1

1

0

0

50.00

LW

Rowville

2

1

1

0

0

50.00

LW

Upper Ferntree Gully

2

0

2

0

0

0.00

LL

Ferntree Gully Eagles

2

0

2

0

0

0.00

LL

13D 2018

12D 2018

TEAM

P

W

L

D

B

%Won

L5

TEAM

P

W

L

D

B

%Won

L5

Eastern Lions

2

2

0

0

0

100.00

WW

South Croydon Blues

2

2

0

0

0

100.00

WW WW

Lysterfield Grey

2

2

0

0

0

100.00

WW

Coldstream

2

2

0

0

0

100.00

Blackburn Red

2

2

0

0

0

100.00

WW

Waverley Blues

1

1

0

0

1

100.00

W

Mooroolbark Gold

2

1

1

0

0

50.00

WL

Blackburn Red

2

1

1

0

0

50.00

WL

Coldstream

2

1

1

0

0

50.00

LW

Vermont Gold

2

1

1

0

0

50.00

LW

North Ringwood Black

2

0

2

0

0

0.00

LL

Lysterfield Grey

2

1

1

0

0

50.00

LW

Vermont Eagles

2

0

2

0

0

0.00

LL

Heathmont Gold

2

0

2

0

0

0.00

LL

Bayswater

2

0

2

0

0

0.00

LL

Boronia

2

0

2

0

0

0.00

LL

The Basin Green

1

0

1

0

1

0.00

L

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

P 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3

W 3 2 2 2 2 2 2 1 1 1 0 0

L 0 1 1 1 1 1 1 2 2 2 3 3

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

FOR 326 271 293 307 247 199 253 284 283 232 255 190

AGST 256 191 217 271 238 204 302 306 308 283 270 294

DIVISION 2 SENIORS % 127.34 141.88 135.02 113.28 103.78 97.55 83.77 92.81 91.88 81.98 94.44 64.63

PTS 12 8 8 8 8 8 8 4 4 4 0 0

Round 3 - April 21 South Croydon 17.11-113 defeat by Doncaster 18.14-122 East Ringwood 14.11-95 defeat by Montrose 15.8-98 Knox 15.12-102 defeat by Balwyn 19.11-125 Noble Park 7.14-56 defeat by Norwood 22.15-147 Rowville 9.11-65 defeat by Blackburn 14.13-97 Vermont 14.8-92 defeat North Ringwood 14.5-89

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

P 3 3 3 3 2 3 3 3 3 2

W 3 3 2 2 1 1 1 1 0 0

L 0 0 1 1 1 2 2 2 3 2

D 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

FOR 313 289 290 247 152 285 207 182 141 50

AGST 143 142 191 222 169 242 219 215 339 274

% PTS % Won 218.88 12 100.00 203.52 12 100.00 151.83 8 66.67 111.26 8 66.67 89.94 4 50.00 117.77 4 33.33 94.52 4 33.33 84.65 4 33.33 41.59 0 0.00 18.25 0 0.00

Round 3 - April 21 Bayswater 13.10-88 defeat by Doncaster East 15.8-98 Park Orchards 14.9-93 defeat Croydon 11.13-79 Mooroolbark 4.17-41 defeat by Upper Ferntree Gully 12.11-83 Mulgrave FINAL Wantirna South Mitcham 7.5-47 defeat Lilydale 16.13-109

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

P 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3

W 3 3 3 2 2 2 2 1 0 0 0 0

L 0 0 0 1 1 1 1 2 3 3 3 3

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

FOR 321 234 210 194 176 146 138 135 107 95 72 61

AGST 78 87 80 128 142 157 183 128 138 276 255 237

% 411.54 268.97 262.50 151.56 123.94 92.99 75.41 105.47 77.54 34.42 28.24 25.74

PTS 12 12 12 8 8 8 8 4 0 0 0 0

Round 3 - April 21 South Croydon 19.11-125 defeat Doncaster 5.0-30 East Ringwood 7.10-52 defeat Montrose 2.9-21 Knox 15.8-98 defeat Balwyn 6.4-40 Noble Park 7.10-52 defeat by Norwood 8.9-57 Rowville 7.8-50 defeat by Blackburn 12.11-83 Vermont 13.5-83 defeat North Ringwood 1.4-10

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

P 3 3 3 3 2 3 3 3 3 2

W 3 3 2 2 1 1 1 1 0 0

L 0 0 1 1 1 2 2 2 3 2

D 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

F 137 152 163 151 97 133 145 134 159 52

A 100 123 109 155 98 119 149 159 190 121

% 137.00 123.58 149.54 97.42 98.98 111.76 97.32 84.28 83.68 42.98

Pts 12 12 8 8 4 4 4 4 0 0

% Won 100.00 100.00 66.67 66.67 50.00 33.33 33.33 33.33 0.00 0.00

Round 3 - April 21 Bayswater 9.8-62 defeat Doncaster East 7.9-51 Park Orchards 5.9-39 defeat by Croydon 7.8-50 Mooroolbark 7.8-50 defeat Upper Ferntree Gully 7.3-45 Mulgrave FINAL Wantirna South Mitcham 10.15-75 defeat Lilydale 9.7-61

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

P 3 3 3 3 3 3 2 2 2

W 3 3 2 1 1 1 0 0 0

L 0 0 1 2 2 2 1 1 2

D 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 1 0

FOR 390 252 209 155 159 181 82 43 51

AGST 67 96 159 186 248 290 133 78 265

% 582.09 262.50 131.45 83.33 64.11 62.41 61.65 55.13 19.25

Round 3 - April 21 Knox 2.2-14 defeat by Balwyn 13.8-86 Noble Park 3.11-29 drew with Norwood 4.5-29 Rowville 7.15-57 defeat by Blackburn 8.11-59 Vermont 22.13-145 defeat North Ringwood 3.1-19

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

P 3 3 3 3 3 3 2 3 2 3

W 3 2 2 2 2 2 1 0 0 0

L 0 1 1 1 1 1 1 3 2 3

D 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

F 280 256 197 160 235 104 119 116 54 59

A 50 59 118 125 185 117 185 284 193 264

% 560.00 433.90 166.95 128.00 127.03 88.89 64.32 40.85 27.98 22.35

Pts 12 8 8 8 8 8 4 0 0 0

Round 3 - April 21 Bayswater 7.7-49 defeat by Doncaster East 10.10-70 Park Orchards 8.14-62 defeat Croydon 3.4-22 Mooroolbark 3.3-21 defeat by Upper Ferntree Gully 6.9-45 Mulgrave FINAL Wantirna South Mitcham 1.5-11 defeat by Lilydale 12.13-85

% Won 100.00 66.67 66.67 66.67 66.67 66.67 50.00 0.00 0.00 0.00


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

P 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3

W L D FOR AGST % 3 0 0 259 136 190.44 3 0 0 237 160 148.12 2 1 0 290 145 200.00 2 1 0 266 177 150.28 2 1 0 218 157 138.85 2 1 0 208 156 133.33 1 2 0 200 238 84.03 1 2 0 202 251 80.48 1 2 0 177 267 66.29 1 2 0 153 261 58.62 0 3 0 163 248 65.73 0 3 0 139 316 43.99 Round 3 - April 21 Heathmont 14.11-95 defeat Warrandyte 8.8-56 Chirnside Park 8.6-54 defeat by South Belgrave 10.18-78 Waverley Blues 7.10-52 defeat by Ringwood 17.13-115 Scoresby 8.13-61 defeat by Boronia 10.9-69 Templestowe 15.9-99 defeat Donvale 11.4-70 Ferntree Gully 5.10-40 defeat by The Basin 9.13-67

DIVISION 4 SENIORS PTS 12 12 8 8 8 8 4 4 4 4 0 0

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

P 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3

W 3 3 3 2 1 1 1 1 0 0

L 0 0 0 1 2 2 2 2 3 3

D 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

FOR 405 291 246 344 289 243 235 206 187 95

AGST 147 179 169 174 254 238 267 241 322 550

% 275.51 162.57 145.56 197.70 113.78 102.10 88.01 85.48 58.07 17.27

PTS 12 12 12 8 4 4 4 4 0 0

Round 3 - April 21 Forest Hill 10.12-72 defeat by Glen Waverley Hawks 15.12-102 Kilsyth 31.15-201 defeat Nunawading 5.6-36 Silvan 11.10-76 defeat by Coldstream 19.9-123 Surrey Park 10.9-69 defeat by Whitehorse Pioneers 15.27-117 Fair Park 8.7-55 defeat by East Burwood 12.17-89

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

P 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3

W L D FOR AGST % 3 0 0 302 41 736.59 3 0 0 304 69 440.58 3 0 0 236 80 295.00 2 1 0 201 147 136.73 2 1 0 152 160 95.00 1 2 0 127 140 90.71 1 2 0 122 146 83.56 1 2 0 107 168 63.69 1 2 0 109 200 54.50 1 2 0 134 266 50.38 0 3 0 86 230 37.39 0 3 0 69 302 22.85 Round 3 - April 21 Heathmont 18.12-120 defeat Warrandyte 2.4-16 Chirnside Park 13.8-86 defeat South Belgrave 6.5-41 Waverley Blues 5.7-37 defeat Ringwood 12.9-81 Scoresby 6.8-44 defeat by Boronia 13.10-88 Templestowe 9.10-64 defeat Donvale 6.8-44 Ferntree Gully 8.12-60 defeat The Basin 4.3-27

PTS 12 12 12 8 8 4 4 4 4 4 0 0

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

P 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3

W 3 3 3 3 2 1 0 0 0 0

L 0 0 0 0 1 2 3 3 3 3

D 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

FOR 218 218 256 165 173 158 95 112 84 89

AGST 55 108 132 91 139 150 186 248 211 248

% 396.36 201.85 193.94 181.32 124.46 105.33 51.08 45.16 39.81 35.89

PTS 12 12 12 12 8 4 0 0 0 0

Round 3 - April 21 Forest Hill 13.16-94 defeat Glen Waverley Hawks 6.5-41 Kilsyth 10.12-72 defeat Nunawading 3.3-21 Silvan 10.14-74 defeat Coldstream 6.7-43 Surrey Park 8.6-54 defeat by Whitehorse Pioneers 9.6-60 Fair Park 2.8-20 defeat by East Burwood 13.7-85

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

W L D FOR AGST % 2 0 0 267 66 404.55 2 0 0 212 57 371.93 2 0 0 187 62 301.61 2 1 0 143 102 140.20 2 1 0 173 140 123.57 1 1 0 192 138 139.13 1 2 0 194 249 77.91 1 2 0 124 193 64.25 1 2 0 123 239 51.46 0 3 0 107 293 36.52 0 2 0 77 260 29.62 Round 3 - April 21 Heathmont 17.10-112 defeat Warrandyte 3.2-20 Chirnside Park 17.10-112 defeat South Belgrave 7.6-48 Scoresby 2.6-18 defeat by Boronia 11.17-83 Templestowe 8.12-60 defeat Donvale 2.10-22 Ferntree Gully 2.3-15 defeat by The Basin 24.12-156

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PTS 8 8 8 8 8 4 4 4 4 0 0

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

P 3 3 3

W 3 2 2

L 0 1 1

D 0 0 0

FOR 207 289 235

AGST 80 102 117

% 258.75 283.33 200.85

PTS 12 8 8

3

1

2

0

132

177

74.58

4

3 3

1 0

2 3

0 0

143 74

298 306

47.99 24.18

4 0

Round 3 - April 21 Silvan 7.12-54 defeat Park Orchards 5.6-36 Surrey Park 10.6-66 defeat Whitehorse/Sth Croydon 5.5-35 Fair Park 6.9-45 defeat by East Burwood 14.11-95

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SCOREBOARDS 2018 DIVISION 1 - ROUND 3 South Croydon 7.3-45 11.6-72 13.9-87 17.11-113 Doncaster 4.1-25 6.8-44 10.11-71 18.14-122 South Croydon Goal Kickers: D. Cooper 4, M. King 4, A. Birch 2, M. King 2, J. Tucker, J. Cass, B. Myers, L. O’’Neill, D. King Best Players: B. McDonald, J. Want, M. Jones, M. King, M. King, J. Tucker Doncaster Goal Kickers: N. Komen 5, C. Annakis 4, J. Munks 3, J. Kalanj 2, J. Turner, J. Saville, J. Hall, M. Schimmelbusch Best Players: N. Komen, C. Annakis, E. McKenzie, M. Schimmelbusch, M. Fogarty, T. Bartholomew East Ringwood 2.2-14 9.2-56 12.6-78 14.11-95 Montrose 4.3-27 5.6-36 9.8-62 15.8-98 East Ringwood Goal Kickers: D. Belo 4, A. Urban 2, J. Weightman 2, L. Jeffs 2, A. Renton, D. Cleven, L. Osborne, C. Cerni Best Players: L. Osborne, C. Cerni, J. Weightman, R. Groves, T. Tweedie, L. Kinsella Montrose Goal Kickers: B. Schilling 3, J. Bastinac 3, S. Gibson 2, J. Lindgren 2, T. Jones 2, B. Paterson, N. Holloway, S. Goodman Best Players: J. Bastinac, T. Jones, S. Gibson, R. Emberson, J. Wilsen, B. Schilling Balwyn 4.3-27 8.4-52 13.7-85 19.11-125 Balwyn 4.3-27 8.4-52 13.7-85 19.11-125 Knox Goal Kickers: M. Northe 5, B. Holst 2, R. Johnson 2, R. Maibaum 2, A. Stein, R. Wilson, J. Rafferty, J. Beech Best Players: M. Northe, J. Beech, R. Wilson, B. Hurley, L. Anson, R. Maibaum Balwyn Goal Kickers: L. Barker 6, J. Gobbels 5, L. Bain 2, C. Haley 2, Y. Jaffer-Williams, C. Manuel, S. Van Der Haar, T. Roach Best Players: L. Barker, J. Gobbels, J. Kimber, T. Wilson, S. Cross, S. Tregear Noble Park 1.5-11 2.9-21 4.11-35 7.14-56 Norwood 6.4-40 9.8-62 16.13-109 22.15-147 Noble Park Goal Kickers: L. Nelson 2, J. Marson 2, A. Marson, C. Anagnostou, A. Erbulut Best Players: L. Nelson, J. Gains, K. Martin, J. Marson Norwood Goal Kickers: L. Williams 10, D. Stewart 3, D. Johnson 2, Z. Carroll, T. Fiedler, J. Gysberts, J. Naburgs, R. Jordon, B. Hudson, M. Wright Best Players: D. Feltham, L. Williams, R. Jordon, D. Stewart, M. Pearson, J. Gysberts Rowville 4.2-26 5.5-35 6.6-42 9.11-65 Blackburn 2.3-15 8.6-54 12.9-81 14.13-97 Rowville Goal Kickers: C. Clarke 3, Z. Alwan 3, M. Robinson, L. McDonald, M. Little Best Players: Z. Alwan, J. McDonald, C. Clarke, A. Frawley, M. Garner Blackburn Goal Kickers: R. Bathie 3, P. Lawlor 2, N. Gray 2, K. Dove 2, L. Conca, P. Contin, B. Daniher, X. Murphy, J. Hammond Best Players: P. Contin, T. Maher, B. Daniher, X. Murphy, J. Hammond Vermont 3.3-21 8.4-52 11.7-73 14.8-92 North Ringwood 4.0-24 8.2-50 9.2-56 14.5-89 Vermont Goal Kickers: B. Eddy 3, A. Ainger 2, L. Johns 2, S. Wadley, M. Knoll, K. McConnon, A. Parker, A. Ellis, C. Young, B. Kainey Best Players: S. Wadley, R. Phillips, L. Johns, A. Parker, T. Schneider, J. Fisher North Ringwood Goal Kickers: C. Dunne 4, L. Taylor 3, M. Cullinan, J. Hoegel, A. MacKinnon, D. Harris, J. Whelan, M. Joyner, S. Barnard Best Players: M. Locco, D. Van Unen, A. Fenton, H. Nolan, C. Dunne, H. Decker

DIVISION 2 - ROUND 2 Croydon 1.6-12 3.9-27 9.13-67 11.19-85 Mitcham 1.1-7 2.4-16 4.5-29 6.6-42 Croydon Goal Kickers: R. Britton 4, J. Ficorilli 2, E. Wadsworth 2, A. Thompson, J. Bolton, J. Lynch Best Players: B. Hotker, R. Britton, L. Kimpton, J. Bolton, J. Grant, J. Christie Mitcham Goal Kickers: J. Parente 2, N. Winterton, J. Hallo, J. Smyth, L. Ryan Best Players: J. Glossop, W. Gordon, C. Tsolos, D. McArdle, L. Ryan, M. Gordon Upper Ferntree Gully 0.3-3 2.5-17 5.6-36 9.7-61 Park Orchards 3.3-21 6.5-41 6.5-41 7.7-49 Upper FTG Goal Kickers: N. Bardsley 2, R. Hore 2, T. McWilliam 2, T. Meagher, M. Lee, M. Smith Best Players: T. Meagher, T. Riseley, C. Wakefield, L. Gellie, A. Godfrey, M. Smith Park Orchards Goal Kickers: C. Hickey 3, D. Gorringe 2, M. Fowkes, S. Heron Best Players: J. Wright, B. Weinert, J. Witnish, C. Cromb, C. Hickey, N. Wiggins Lilydale 4.3-27 10.4-64 12.8-80 18.12-120 Bayswater 0.4-4 1.4-10 2.10-22 7.11-53 Lilydale Goal Kickers: L. Koger 5, J. Depace 2, D. Baldwin 2, S. Baker, J. Clements, C. Morison, B. Mitchener, R. Harvey, T. Klaas-Henry, L. Wilson, B. Batty, C. Berntsen Best Players: B. Mitchener, J. Healy, J. Depace, S. Horsley, L. Koger Bayswater Goal Kickers: J. Callanan 3, J. Galvin, M. Camera, A. Cotte, B. Searle Wantirna South 1.2-8 4.6-30 8.10-58 10.10-70 Mooroolbark 1.1-7 7.1-43 7.1-43 10.4-64 Wantirna South Goal Kickers: A. Papa 5, T. Leggate 3, N. Denes, D. Lang Best Players: T. Leggate, B. Walker, W. Edwards, B. Carboni, S. McIntyre, B. Walker Mooroolbark Goal Kickers: M. Polkinghorne 3, T. Georgiou 3, J. Roth, A. Beddoes, K. Noonan, D. Kelly Best Players: T. Wright, S. McManus, M. Ward, M. Polkinghorne, A. Beddoes, D. Kelly Doncaster East 5.3-33 9.5-59 13.9-87 20.10-130 Mulgrave 0.0 0.2-2 2.2-14 4.2-26 Doncaster East Goal Kickers: J. Summers 4, T. Gordon 4, J. Sholakis 3, L. Murphy 3, J. Appleby, D. Gordon, J. Papaconstantinou, J. Martin, N. Batsanis, J. Whitling Best Players: S. White, N. Batsanis, J. Smith, J. Lowther, T. Appleby, A. Ceravolo Mulgrave Goal Kickers: S. Lester, B. Gilling, S. Hatzinikolaou , A. Booth Best Players: S. Henderson, C. Howell, T. Knowles, S. Lester, D. Siakoulis, T. Gladman

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DIVISION 3 - ROUND 2 Ringwood 1.3-9 3.4-22 6.6-42 7.10-52 The Basin 0.3-3 1.4-10 4.9-33 6.12-48 The Basin Goal Kickers: J. Brown 2, B. Dowler 2, A. Young, J. Robertson Best Players: J. Morris, J. Brown, L. Cripps, A. Young, J. Roberts, R. Kennedy Ringwood Goal Kickers: T. Farmer 3, D. Jordanov, M. Jackson, M. Farmer, M. Jacobs Best Players: M. Jackson, J. Cairns, M. Farmer, T. Farmer, Z. Callinan, H. George Heathmont 2.3-15 6.8-44 7.12-54 16.15-111 South Belgrave 1.0-6 3.1-19 5.2-32 8.3-51 South Belgrave Goal Kickers: J. Brettoner 2, S. Bartels, T. Burley, T. Withers, R. Punnett, R. Hudson, S. Brown Best Players: R. Daraio, T. Burley, B. Neurath, A. Bernardo, P. Costa, L. Topp Heathmont Goal Kickers: K. Clark 4, F. Brown 3, L. Odermatt 3, G. Conyers 2, M. Decler, B. English , B. Stevens, T. Rourke Best Players: A. Pettigrew, J. Haynes, T. Rourke, D. Sindrey, C. Colombo, C. Evans Donvale 1.3-9 3.7-25 6.9-45 8.12-60 Warrandyte 1.1-7 3.1-19 4.1-25 7.1-43 Donvale Goal Kickers: N. Murphy 5, J. Grocott 2, J. Jordaan Best Players: J. McCormack, B. Lyall, J. Grocott, S. Coghlan, M. Fife, M. Trkulja Warrandyte Goal Kickers: M. Buckley 2, L. Buckley 2, L. Dunn 2, J. Beasley Best Players: Z. Ballard, M. Buckley, T. Beasley, C. Johnstone, J. Powell, B. Richardson Ferntree Gully 2.2-14 4.3-27 8.5-53 11.10-76 Chirnside Park 1.2-8 2.4-16 5.9-39 5.12-42 Ferntree Gully Goal Kickers: L. Kennedy 4, L. Boyle 3, M. Topp, K. Gray, D. Eacott, A. Cavarra Best Players: A. Barton-Smith, N. Hallo, L. Kennedy, M. Tsirtsikos, N. Evans, L. Young Chirnside Park Goal Kickers: D. Lewis 2, D. Agnew, D. Prizmic, K. Urquhart Best Players: A. Mcnab, C. Eisele, H. Chambers, W. Rakei, D. Lewis, B. Harte Scoresby 3.1-19 3.6-24 5.7-37 9.13-67 Templestowe 1.1-7 2.2-14 5.2-32 5.3-33 Scoresby Goal Kickers: D. Hehir 3, M. Williams 2, N. Hicks 2, N. Richards, D. De Ieso Best Players: P. Chadwick, B. Legg, W. McConnon, D. Evans-Marcius, M. Williams, J. Owen Templestowe Goal Kickers: M. Nagel 2, D. Pearce, D. Cripps, O. Lodge Best Players: J. Wilson, M. Zukiewicz, M. Ferraro, A. Fancellu, N. Worthing, S. Harris Boronia 2.1-13 4.4-28 9.10-64 9.12-66 Waverley Blues 0.1-1 3.3-21 5.4-34 8.6-54 Boronia Goal Kickers: Z. Robinson 4, J. Collins, L. Hannon, J. Hannon, L. McKernan, A. Phillips Best Players: R. White, Z. Robinson, B. McAlpine, B. Bowes, J. Collins, R. Henderson Waverley Blues Goal Kickers: B. Walker 2, L. McKinley 2, B. Turner 2, T. Gill, P. Savage Best Players: B. Turner, J. Coghlan, M. Hayes, W. Smith, D. Luxa, D. Playsted

DIVISION 4 - ROUND 3 Glen Waverley Hawks 0.7-7 9.9-63 11.10-76 15.12-102 Glen Waverley Hawks 0.7-7 9.9-63 11.10-76 15.12-102 Forest Hill Goal Kickers: M. Cardamone 2, J. Mowat 2, J. Powell, J. Scicluna, I. Taylor, T. Johnston, N. Pincott, L. Strachan Best Players: M. Parrent, A. Creak, H. Burmeister, J. Powell, J. Mowat, T. Johnston Glen Waverley Hawks Goal Kickers: A. Murray 3, A. Amin 2, M. Ferguson 2, L. Broad 2, B. Sullivan, A. Humphries, P. Sinden, G. Cruse, E. Pickering, B. Parthenides Best Players: B. Parthenides, L. Broad, P. Tyler, A. Amin, T. Cook, M. Potts Kilsyth 5.2-32 15.5-95 22.11-143 31.15-201 Nunawading 2.1-13 3.2-20 3.5-23 5.6-36 Kilsyth Goal Kickers: J. Sigersma 8, J. Hevern 7, S. Clarke 4, M. Russo 3, M. Jackson 2, B. Van Veen 2, M. Charles 2, B. Benson, J. Arthur, A. Bull Best Players: C. McArthur, B. Benson, P. Blight, B. Van Veen, T. Browning, R. Mainenti Nunawading Goal Kickers: M. Lambe, J. Virtue, C. Philipps, L. Davis, C. Winter Best Players: J. Molden, J. Winter, M. Lambe, J. Delaney, J. Virtue Silvan 5.0-30 7.6-48 9.8-62 11.10-76 Coldstream 3.3-21 10.5-65 13.7-85 19.9-123 Silvan Goal Kickers: C. Murphy 2, L. Oliver 2, J. Dietzal, Z. Dwyer, W. Schmidt, D. Lemon, S. Wilson, R. Spooner, M. Bonfadini Best Players: M. Bonfadini, D. Lemon, T. Smith, C. Murphy, K. Purtle Coldstream Goal Kickers: C. Whitchell 6, D. Carrigan 4, S. McCarthy 2, D. Fritsch 2, A. Faulkner 2, T. Griffin, C. Majok, D. Versteegen Best Players: C. Shield, D. Carrigan, C. Whitchell, J. Deacon, S. McCarthy Surrey Park 1.3-9 4.3-27 7.5-47 10.9-69 Whitehorse Pioneers 2.9-21 5.11-41 10.19-79 15.27-117 Surrey Park Goal Kickers: C. Smith 6, N. Snibson, B. Roberts, C. McCasker Best Players: M. Gale, C. Allen, B. Roberts, C. Smith, O. Anderson, K. Henden Whitehorse Pioneers Goal Kickers: M. Mariani 3, A. Mariani 2, E. Sim 2, D. Bertacco, M. Bertacco, C. LeGrand, M. McCormack, A. Padbury, J. Clydsdale, C. McDougall, M. McDougall Best Players: D. Bertacco, C. McDougall, E. Sim, A. Mariani, A. Quinn, M. Mariani East Burwood 6.5-41 8.9-57 9.13-67 12.17-89 East Burwood 6.5-41 8.9-57 9.13-67 12.17-89 Fair Park Goal Kickers: B. Dadswell 2, R. McKendry 2, M. Flintoff, J. Gough, J. Peagram, M. Nied Best Players: B. Nied, N. Cowan, J. Hall, M. Nied, E. Doulgeris, J. Temple East Burwood Goal Kickers: B. Handreck 3, M. Wills 2, A. Pagliaro 2, J. Damatopoulos 2, A. Gileno 2, N. Canning Best Players: A. Angemi, N. Canning, M. Wills, B. Handreck, J. Murphy, S. Davis


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