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INSIDE THE EFL Under-19s The structure of transition age groups is an area that will be debated as long as football competitions exist. The more you talk, the more you investigate and realise it will never be perfect and as the world evolves, so will these competitions. With some clubs in Division 1 struggling to field teams, it’s been an area of focus this year. Our Phil Murton team numbers are the same as EFL Chief Executive Officer last year and the year before that, and while we know some teams are a bit skinny on numbers, it’s interesting that when it’s teams at the top flight who can’t field sides it looks like more of a problem than when teams in lower divisions can’t. Maybe there’s a reason behind this? Talk to people and there seems to be a utopian view of under-18 past where every club fielded an under-18 team. This is incorrect. From 1994 to 2001 clubs fielded under-18 teams 74% of the time. Prior to this it was even lower. In the 10 years leading up to the change from under-18 to under-19, that number increased to 83%, and since the change the number has been 82%. While we would have hoped for an increase rather than maintaining numbers, overall for the competition we have 16 more teams annually as a result of the change from 16/18 to 17/19. That’s over 350 young men involved in our clubs who wouldn’t otherwise be. In the 10 years leading up to change, teams in our north with juniors aligned to the YJFL fielded under-18 teams just 51% of the time, with only a 12-month age window from which to recruit players proving too difficult. In the seven years since the change this has increased to 87%. We have more under-17s playing than ever before. Where the challenge used to be moving them at 16 to 17 years of age, now it’s 17 to 18. The transition from junior to senior footy is never easy. Clubs have repeatedly expressed they don’t want to change from the current historical schedule of three games in one day against the same opposition at the same venue. Revenue, logistics and strain on volunteers are some of the reasons. While acknowledging these are genuine concerns, if we found a system that better encourages competition and participation, where we could still align 19s with seniors/ reserves teams most of the time, would it be best not to start with this and then find ways to address any concerns? And where we’ve got gaps in the under-19s fixture in the current format, this will be forced on us anyway.

We’ve recently done some analysis on our under-19 competition vs that of AFL Barwon, which is a graded competition with teams from three neighbouring senior leagues. When we say graded, there are generally a couple of teams from each competition that are different from the seniors. There are two key numbers when comparing competitions. Our average winning margin in under-19s over the last 5 years is 59.9 points, or almost 10 goals, while down the highway at AFL Barwon it is 42.9, or seven goals. The discrepancy between our top two divisions is even greater, at 57 vs 35 and 59 vs 40. A bigger and probably even more worrying number is the percentage of games decided by over 50 points, where in the EFL the number is 47.2%, compared to AFL Barwon at 32.2%. This is reinforced by the fact that over the last 5 years, in the EFL under-19s we’ve had 290 games decided by more than 100 points, compared to AFL Barwon with 104. Closer games, less floggings. Sound like a way to keep young men engaged? Talk to both clubs and administrators down in Geelong and they’ll tell you it’s the best decision they’ve ever made. While there was some unease with the change initially, clubs who used to struggle to get 18 players now get 25-28 kids together while stronger clubs have been able to field two teams. If you look at the Division 1 clubs, who despite their best efforts, have had trouble fielding a team this year, their results last year paint a picture. South Croydon, Montrose and Doncaster each won just a few games and had an average losing margin of over 65 points, while East Ringwood’s was 58 points. How difficult was the discussion with the bottom age kids about returning this year? Unless you had a gun group of 17s coming through, where was the motivation for these kids to want to go around again getting flogged most weeks. If they knew they would be in a competition more commensurate with their ability may it be a bit easier to get them back? It’s a challenging age group and one that will never be perfect. Different structures will suit some clubs better than others based on circumstances. The world has changed, and young men have more opportunities and different levels of commitment. One club told me on the weekend they lost six under-19 players to the Groove in the Moo music festival. Have we as a sport changed with the times to suit? As we continue to look at the best way to structure all of our competitions to create the best possible environment, it’s an area of huge significance we’ll keep investigating and talking to clubs and players about. Grading won’t be the ultimate panacea, but it would help. The numbers tell you so.

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DIVISION 1

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Balwyn Vermont Norwood Doncaster South Croydon Rowville

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Templestowe Ringwood Heathmont The Basin Boronia Scoresby

Whitehorse East Burwood Glen Wav Hawks Silvan Coldstream

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Balwyn Vermont North Ringwood Doncaster South Croydon Rowville

Upper FTG Park Orchards

Waverley Blues Ringwood Heathmont The Basin Boronia Scoresby

Whitehorse East Burwood Glen Wav Hawks Silvan Coldstream

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Balwyn Vermont North Ringwood Doncaster South Croydon Rowville

Upper FTG Park Orchards

Templestowe Ringwood Heathmont The Basin Boronia Scoresby

Whitehorse East Burwood Glen Wav Hawks Surrey Park Silvan

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Balwyn Noble Park North Ringwood Doncaster South Croydon Rowville

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Templestowe Ringwood Heathmont The Basin Boronia Scoresby

Forest Hill East Burwood Glen Wav Hawks Surrey Park Silvan

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Blackburn Vermont North Ringwood Doncaster South Croydon Rowville

Upper FTG Park Orchards

Waverley Blues Ringwood Heathmont The Basin Boronia Scoresby

Whitehorse East Burwood Glen Wav Hawks Surrey Park Silvan

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Balwyn Vermont Norwood Doncaster South Croydon Rowville

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Templestowe Ringwood Heathmont The Basin Boronia Scoresby

Whitehorse East Burwood Glen Wav Hawks Surrey Park Coldstream

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Balwyn Vermont North Ringwood Doncaster South Croydon Rowville

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STATS BENCH

Noel McPhee @statsbench

Division 1 Round 6

Wins

Wins

Draws

Streak

7

0

Blk 1

Doncaster

8

0

D1

Rowville

14

0

R8

South Croydon

20

1

SC 1

15

Norwood

13

1

NR 1

26

Noble Park

18

0

V5

Balwyn

17

East Ringwood

17

Knox

6

Montrose

16

North Ringwood Vermont Division 2 Round 6

Blackburn

Wins

Draws

Streak

Park Orchards

0

Mitcham

1

0

M1

Upper FTG

14

Mulgrave

14

0

UG 2

Division 3 Round 6

Wins

Wins

Draws

Streak

South Belgrave

Wins 4

The Basin

14

1

SB 1

Donvale

9

Scoresby

10

1

S2

Ferntree Gully

6

Ringwood

11

0

R2

Heathmont

21

Chirnside Park

7

0

H3

Waverley Blues

8

Templestowe

7

0

WB 5

Boronia

32

Warrandyte

8

0

B9

Donvale and Scoresby meet for the first time since 2008; this is their first match-up outside of Division 1. Waverley Blues and Templestowe also match-up for the first time since 2008. Ringwood has started its season 5-0 for the first time since 2005. Division 4 Round 6

Wins

Draws

Streak

Glen W Hawks

Wins 11

Fair Park

8

0

GWH 4

Coldstream

32

Nunawading

16

0

C8

East Burwood

23

Kilsyth

8

0

K1

Silvan

7

Surrey Park

2

0

SP 2

Whitehorse Prs

14

Forest Hill

11

0

FH 2

East Burwood and Kilsyth last met in 1978 in Division 1; the SBRD* are quite confident that they are the only two teams to have met in only Divisions 1 and 4. *StatsBench Research Department 6

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THE FIVE By: Matt Fotia Twitter: @fotiamatt

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e’re really moving now in season 2018 as the ladders begin to take shape and we get a good read on sides. So here’s five things we learnt from the weekend’s action… Delightful Doggies, worrying Wooders South Croydon showcased exactly why it continues to hit the scoreboard with vigour in 2018 on the weekend out at Cheong Park in its big win over Norwood. Only Vermont has scored more points than the reigning premiers at this point of the year. Speed off half-back headlined by Dylan Marshall and Dale Walker, a composed and clean midfield group of Daniel King, Matt Jones and Liam Cox, and tall targets of Tucker, Max King and Birch who at bare minimum bring it to ground for the high pressure forwards of Patrick Rosier, Michael King and co. If you fancy some free flowing football grab your season ticket to the Kennel. On the other hand, Norwood trotted out another listless performance. Expected to fire after last week’s lesson from Vermont, Norwood continued to be the opposite of its opponents. Slow build-up from half-back with the exception of Nelson Lane, indecision aplenty, and despite his undoubted star power, maybe too Williams-centric. The Norsemen may need to push Williams higher up the ground in a Nick Riewoldt/Matthew Richardson role working back towards goal from the wing, increasing his influence. Patrick Bowden also has to figure out how to get the best out of Jamie Bennell, whose elite skills are rendered useless if he doesn’t get the ball.

The leaders breakaway from the peloton in Division 2 Lilydale and Doncaster East sent a resounding message to the competition in the first half of the split round. The undefeated Falcons passed their biggest test with a six-point win away from home against an in-form Devils. The Falcons weren’t at full strength either with co-captain Lochie Wilson missing. His replacement Douglas Wooton finished the best Falcon. They go 5-0 and only a vibrant Doncaster East side (who beat Croydon off the back of Steven’s nine goals) and Upper Gully (presuming the Kings win against Mulgrave) will be in touch. Should results go to plan, we’ll have Lilydale, Doncaster East and Upper Gully breaking away from the three sides at 3-2 and Mooroolbark at 2-3. It might only be Round 5 but we’ve already got sides that just can’t afford any more losses. 8

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One spot up for grabs in Division 3 Let’s lock in the top four in Division 3. There seems to be a fair difference between the best football of the top four sides (Boronia, Ringwood, Scoresby and Heathmont) and the rest of the competition. The final spot in the five could be anyone’s, however. Ferntree Gully seemed the early front-runner but it has been pretty poor in recent weeks. Warrandyte is on a roll with back-to-back wins (young recruit Jordan Powell grabbing another beston-ground performance). The Basin has shown its best footy is good enough to mix it but can’t seem to hold it for four quarters, whilst Templestowe and Donvale are just going along. Seems we’ve got a couple of mini divisions within the division. The top four battling it out for a double chance, the next final five fighting it out for the last finals spot.

Cougars under pressure Fairpark and Forest Hill won games they were expected to, and therefore improved and steadied their seasons respectively off the back of big bags from Michael Cardamone who kicked seven against his old side, and the Lions’ James Gough continued his fine form making it 11 goals in the last two weeks. But for me, it’s Kilsyth who has been affected the most from the weekend. Another five-goal loss to a fellow finals aspirant leaves it in a difficult spot. Expected by many to be a big improver in the division this year, the Cougars have to improve next week against East Burwood. They don’t necessarily have to win, but they do need to show that they can compete with the top sides this season.

Jake Hammond and Burners starting to click. The Blackburn spearhead has returned looking leaner and meaner after a big pre-season with the big boys; North Melbourne’s VFL outfit. Hammond’s improved mobility and fitness have aided his influence around the ground without influencing his ability to hit the scoreboard. He’s snagged 17 goals this year with 14 in the past fortnight along with four appearances in the best thus far. The Burners themselves may have finally found a gear at half-time last week as well. Since the main break against the reigning premier in Round 4, Blackburn has kicked 29 goals to 14 and beat a fancied North Ringwood pretty easily. The Burners have a big clash next week against Balwyn that could really set their season alight. All views expressed in this article remain those of the author and not the Eastern Football League or its affiliated clubs.


EASTLAND NETBALL REVIEW By: Jessie Hare Twitter: @JessieHaree

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ith the first four rounds done and dusted, this made room for some grading changes to be able to make the divisions all as even as possible. Not too many changes were made, but for the ones that were, it just makes for an even better Netball EFL competition.

Over in Premier/Premier Reserve, they are really setting the pace for the other divisions. Thanks to the shooting of Gibbs and Hickey, Wantirna South Devils defeated Norwood, 49-31. Montrose were able to beat Mulgrave with Ellwood shooting 25 in the win of 44-33. A closer one saw Blackburn take the four points against Heathmont. Scoresby swooped on Wantirna South Devils Reserve and took the win, 48-44. Fairpark cemented the top spot over Lilydale with a convincing win, 57-33 and McLellan shooting 34 for Fairpark and Luiyf 29 for Lilydale. In Division 1, Knox got the win over Coldstream, 31-22. Solid shooting by Richmond and Chadwick gave Scoresby the win over Boronia, 42-21. Kilsyth and South Croydon keep their undefeated records going with easy wins over Blackburn and Wantirna Devils. Fairpark defeated Park Orchards, 42-19 and North Ringwood comfortably took the win over Forest Hill, 45-21. Across to Division 2, The Basin had a 27-goal win over Ringwood. Scoresby was able to get their first win for the season against Waverley Blues, 3919. Whitehorse came out after half time firing and took the win over Lilydale by one goal. Norwood comfortably kept their winning streak going against Forest Hill, 43-28. A steady game from Knox got them the win against the strong Kilsyth side, 51-41. To close the round out, Croydon defeated Park Orchards, 42-25. In Division 3, Heathmont defeated Kilsyth, 22-16 and Knox stayed on top of Norwood for the whole game in a 24-17 win. A huge 15 goals to 0 in the

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first quarter saw Rowville defeat Coldstream, 4612. With 23 goals each to Moxham and Morgan, Ferntree Gully had a strong win over Boronia, 46-14. Vermont keeping their strong start to the season going in 36-31 win over Mulgrave. To finish the round, a draw between Upper FTG and Ringwood on 25 goals each. Division 4 saw Lilydale defeat North Ringwood 2712 and Nunawading taking the four points against Forest Hill, 30-25. The work of E. Jakobs and M. Jakobs lead to a comfortable win for Coldstream over Ringwood, 42-25. Despite a strong come back, Ferntree Gully were able to take the win over Glen Waverley, 23-17. Heathmont defeated Mulgrave, 34-15 with Brodie Capron shooting 24 of the goals. In Division 5, a strong shooting display from Hutchinson saw Upper FTG defeat Ferntree Gully, 48-17. The Basin were able to take a comfortable win against Wantirna South, 40-21 and Heathmont ran over the top of Lilydale, 32-18. A 10-goal win to Wantirna South Devils White over South Croydon kept their undefeated streak alive. 29 goals to Gray helped Norwood defeat Knox, 3312 and in a tight game, South Belgrave defeated Mitcham, 16-13. Due to venue reasons, across the board in Division they all had a bye round. Looking ahead, with the grading finished and some changes across the divisions it will be an interesting round of netball that’s for sure. A couple of games to be on watch for is the Premier/ Premier Reserve matchup between Fairpark and Scoresby who are both undefeated. In Division 1, Scoresby will be looking to upset South Croydon who are sitting first and undefeated for the season and a good match-up between 4th placed Heathmont and 2nd placed Glen Waverley Hawks in Division 4. Keep up to date with all things Netball EFL via our website.

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LEADER YOUNG GUN By: Paul Amy (Leader Newspapers)

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ailey Lambert grew up in Brisbane and Sydney.

But a few years ago he gained an appreciation of his family’s ties to the Dandenong area. On an AFL grand final weekend, his father, Craig, took him for a drive around the town, pointing out and talking about the places of his upbringing. Lambert senior is one of Dandenong’s most famous football products. He played with North Dandenong juniors, winning a succession of best and fairests before going on to a distinguished league career with Richmond and Brisbane. Later, he took on welfare roles with the Lions and GWS. When Bailey was born in Brisbane in 1999, the Courier Mail newspaper pinged a pic of him with Craig and his mother, Melissa, a Lions scarf keeping him warm. He was an early starter in Auskick. “I’ve played footy all the way through,’’ he said. “As long as I can remember it’s always been there.’’ A promising under-age player for Morningside and then Drummoyne, Lambert was in the Lions Academy and turned out for Redland in the NEAFL last season. At the end of it, he decided to relocate to Melbourne and try out for Richmond’s VFL team. That meant leaving his close family behind at age 18. The Tigers were mindful of the fatherson connection but made him no guarantees. More than once coach Craig McRae noted his dedication. Two days before lists were due to be submitted to the VFL, Richmond told him he had made the cut. He’d been made to sweat. “I was very, very nervous until they called it,’’ he said. “If I didn’t make it I was going to go back to Redland.’’ Lambert also needed a local team. Fittingly, he found his way to Noble Park, Greater Dandenong’s leading club. Richmond general www.efl.org.au

manager Anthony Fagan nudged him to Noble after speaking with its coach, Mick Fogarty, who played with Craig Lambert at the South Melbourne Under 19s in 1984. Bulls football manager Steve Coats goes back even further with Lambert senior: they played little league together in 1979. And there was another link — Melissa Lambert’s parents, Richard and Noeline Williams, are long-time Noble members. The onballer was quick to make an impression in the practice matches. “He’s a beauty,’’ Fogarty said in March, grateful for a late signing. “Really strong inside mid and a good user of the footy. Great kid too.’’ Last week Lambert produced his best game for the Bulls, kicking two goals as his father watched on from the balcony at the Moodemere St ground. The day after he turned 19, he found out he was the Round 5 nomination for the Eastern Football League Division 1 and 2 Young Gun award. “Nice one,’’ he said. Lambert said his father had been a constant support. “He really has helped me a lot,’’ he said. “Big thing from him is, ‘The harder you work, the luckier you get’. You’ve got to push harder than everyone else. A lot of it’s not down to ability, it’s how hard you work. “I think it’s helped that we’ve been hanging around AFL players pretty much all my life. You get to see what it’s like to be an AFL player. “I’d like to get there one day, go as far as I can. Hopefully I can have a good year in the EFL and get a couple of VFL games and maybe push my name up.’’ Lambert is joined by Division 3 and 4 nominee Jayden Cairns from Ringwood. Cairns kicked five goals, all in the second half, in just his 12th senior game in Round 5 to help the Redbacks to a 63-point win over Donvale. 11


200 OF THE BEST By: Jessie Hare Twitter: @JessieHaree

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017 Chandler medallist Chris Annakis donned the blue and white hoops for his 200th game last Saturday.

Few would lay claim to matching the 200-gamer’s influential performances turned out across the double-century milestone throughout a 13-year senior career, coupled with a myriad of team and individual accolades. Joining the 200-club is an achievement the 30-year-old looks upon proudly.

good group of friends and a good group of guys is something I will remember definitely.” Along with his 200-game milestone, Annakis has been a part of three premiership sides with the Sharks - two in Division 3 in 2011 and 2013 and one in Division 2 in 2015. Annakis appreciates the fact that playing in a grand final let alone three is a pretty special achievement. “You just sort of play for fun when you’re a kid,” he said.

“It is probably something that I never really thought about achieving to be honest and never really saw it coming playing as a young kid,” Annakis said.

“Then you realise that you have a good side and you are a chance to win a grand final and when that finally does happen, you know, that’s what you have been working for, for your pre-season and whole season.

“It is something that I will be proud of for the rest of my life really. You know, to play with a

“And to get it, it’s a pretty special feeling with your mates.”

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200 OF THE BEST Throughout his career, Annakis has been individually acknowledged for his efforts on the field with multiple club best and fairest awards, the 2015 Kenneth Wright Medal and the 2017 Chandler Medal. “They’re little bonuses along the way I guess, individual awards,” Annakis said “It’s no fun celebrating individual awards by yourself, so premierships are probably the ones that mean more and you enjoy more because you’ve got a whole club to celebrate with. “But they are something that I will remember and look back on my career and be very proud of. “It is a great honour to win those awards and you know, I just put it down to preparation and training and stuff like that, so it is a credit to what I’ve been doing really.” Annakis has also been lucky enough to be a three-time EFL interleague representative, including forming an integral part of last year’s thrilling two-point win over the Essendon District league. “It’s a little bit daunting being with a Division 2 or 3 club and being with a bunch of Division 1 players but now as I’ve matured and gotten a bit older, it is something that you do enjoy,” he said. “You are training with the best of the best and playing with the best of the best. “So it is pretty high standard training drills and games. “It is exciting and it’s something that you can really take a lot from if you want to.” With plenty of football still to be played this season, Annakis is looking to be able to continue his solid run of good footy past the 2018 season. “(I’ll) take that year by year I think, I’ll always www.efl.org.au

go to see how the boys feel at the end of each year and see what I am up for in the following season,” he said. “But the plan is to still keep going at least for a couple more years.” He hasn’t been able to get this far in his career without support behind him, Annakis is most thankful for his mother and his wife. “My mum hasn’t missed a game or I could probably count on one hand how many games of football she has missed over my 30year life to be honest or my 20-year football career,” he said. “My mum and my wife Alyce have both been massive for me and especially in the last 10 years or so. “They’re the two that I want to thank for their support.” 13


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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 5: SATURDAY 12 MAY 2018

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

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

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

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BLACKBURN: 8 goals to Jake Hammond and a 10-goal win headlined a great Home win against and in form Nth Ringwood last week at the Panther Pit. It was a pleasing result for the leaders and Coaching group with 9 separate goalkickers providing multiple options on the scoreboard and ably supported by a midfield group and back six that is gaining renewed confidence in adhering to a refined game style and execution. In what will be a great challenge to the group, today we face a strong Balwyn outfit that will be keen to redeem their 2018 Semi Final loss to the Burners and continue their good start to the Season.

With our U19’s having another unplanned week off, the Development Team took to the field first on the day and combined to outclass an understrength opposition and record a strong victory. Given the six forced changes before the game the boys showed good discipline and played a sold 4 Qtrs. to keep their unbeaten start to the season going. Our Women’s team recorded their 3rd straight win to continue their unbeaten start to the season in their inaugural year. Despite their opposition, East Ringwood having many more scoring shots and controlling the majority of play, the team fought hard to record a 5-point win and gain a great deal of confidence. The development in the team has been exciting to watch from week to week. Hayley Murphy, the Captain of our Premier Netball Team celebrated her 50th game in resounding fashion with a hard fought 7 goal win over Heathmont on Friday night. Our Blacks unfortunately went down to the undefeated Kilsyth but continue to build momentum early in the season. For all Membership and Sponsorship opportunities (incl. Player Sponsors) please contact Mike McCoy on 0419 879 808. #WeAreBlackburn

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

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

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

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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 Q1

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 Q2

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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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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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ROUND 5: SATURDAY 12 MAY 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 Will Collis Brenton Hillard Dylan Gordan Ali Zijai

NOBLE PARK: A great day was had by over 95 people at our annual ladies day. Thank you to our special guest speaker Helen Hughes who reminisced about her life at the Noble Park Football Club. Thanks to Montrose FC who supported the day.

Congrats to Foggers who coached his 100th win on the weekend and to Brian Duggan who reached his 450th game as Senior team manager. Today we venture out to Vermont FC and like previous years it will challenge us. Wins are a must for all three sides, so calling on all supporters to cheer loud and proud and support the guys in a supportive manner. Reminder that the Rd 9 game of Balwyn v Noble Park is scheduled to be played on Saturday 9 June (Queens bday weekend) at Balwyn.... Events: Tonight after the game Club Noble is holding a trivia night - ring now to book your spot 9546 0653 Stay tuned to all Bulls news on our social media channels of Facebook, Team App, Twitter, Bulls Blast, Website and Instagram. #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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12 William Oudman 13 Lochie Marshall 15 Frankie Mitropoulos 16 Mitchell Boribon 17 Samir Kazizada 18 Kareem Nasser 19 Lachlan Begg 21 Noah Milton 22 Azahn Springle 24 Jackson Collard 27 Ethan Jenkins

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DIVISION 1 NORTH RINGWOOD: Unfortunately our Under 19s had only 11 players available so forfeited the game. Reserves were very short of numbers, but 5 Under 19s guys stepped in to help out - thanks fellas. Toby Godfrey (Under 19s) kicked the first goal for the match with his first kick in Senior footy - well done Toby, but our second didn’t come until the last quarter, so it was a pretty tough day at the office. We had plenty of the ball but just couldn’t capitalize on our efforts. Hopefully we’ll have a few more players available this week. Seniors shot out of the box like a rocket kicking 2 early goals, but that’s about where it ended. It looked like we had taken the foot off the pedal, brake on, then couldn’t even get back into first gear. On the positive side, it was great to have Jason Sharp back after 2 years in Queensland, getting into the fray with plenty of kicks, particularly early in the game. Jaiden Hoegel gave us some brief hope with three third-quarter goals, but it wasn’t to be. We had an “off” day so let’s hope that it’s the only one for the year. Social Events: Player Calcutta - Tonight in the Clubrooms from 6pm. Ladies Day - Christmas In June - Saturday 2nd June. Contact Karen van Unen on 0408359751 for bookings. Past Players & Officials Day Saturday June 23rd celebrating 1978 Senior Premiership, and Under 18s 1988 and 1998 Premierships. Call Joe Tunstall on 0424522646 for bookings. Go Saints!!!!

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 5: SATURDAY 12 MAY 2018

NORWOOD: Norwood turned in another poor

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

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

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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

performance against a quality side in Sth Croydon last week, going down by 64 points at Cheong Park. We were never at the race in this game, Sth Croydon jumped us with 4 goals to one in the first quarter, then piled on 7 goals to 3 in the 2nd quarter to put this one beyond reach at half-time, disconcertingly, much like last week. The 2nd half was damage control, and while we were a little more competitive, we lowered our colours in all 4 quarters as the home side ran away with it. Once again we had many players down, though Leigh’s 5 goals stood out. Krousser Newmo Pearso Hilly and Bennell gave their all in a losing cause. We face a real crunch game this week against Nth Ringwood at Nth Ringwood, who have started the season very well and currently sit on 3 wins. A win would level the season up at 3-3 and throw us into the top half of the table. The development squad went down narrowly by 8 points in a gutsy effort, tarnished by what looks like a serious shoulder injury to Tyson Fiedler. Wishing him all the best. SOCIAL: NJFC Yobbo Lotto – Sat 12th May, Past Players & Officials Day – Sat 16th June, Casino “Vegas” night – 30th June, Ladies Lunch - 21st July

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

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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Assistant: Hayden Cuff

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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Michael Bassett Hayden Kemp Sam Layfield Tom Knox Dylan Feltham Jack Lee Steve Collins

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DIVISION 1 EAST RINGWOOD: A trip to Seebeck Oval is

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never easy and our Development boys found their opponents too big, too quick and too accomplished. We need to keep our shape and composure when the opposition gains momentum and allowing 10 final term goals was not good enough.

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.

Cal Pirerra was our most consistent on the day. For 2 and a half quarters, the Senior game was a low scoring arm wrestle during which we held sway. All of a sudden, the Hawks were able to slam on 5 goals in 8 minutes to put it out of our reach. Concentration, structure and composure went out the window and the game was gone. Tristan Tweedie continued his outstanding form in defence and took home consecutive Warren Gilbert pewters. Congratulations to Josh Weightman and Adam Swierzbiolek who debuted for Coburg on the weekend which makes 3 out of 4 of our ex juniors playing at the level. Back home and hosting Doncaster today which will provide yet another challenge for our boys. Last Saturday Night with Jimmy Darvidis in the Pavilion was brilliant and really well attended. Thanks to Paula for organising this event. Today our Half-time High Tea happens in the Pavilion. Next week is the Interleague Bye. May 26 sees our annual Life Members Luncheon. 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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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 Q2

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

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

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ROUND 5: SATURDAY 12 MAY 2018

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

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

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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

DONCASTER: A win for the Reserves and loss for the Seniors last week against Balwyn at home. Reserves recorded a big win against Balwyn, controlling the match for most of the game. The boys are starting to gel together better each week, keep at it. Best – Delany, Mills, Alessi, Perversi, Hill & Ellis. Seniors had a big match with Balwyn last week, with both clubs level and occupying second and third spots on the ladder. Unfortunately when you take on sides that you know are going to feature at the pointy end, you cannot give them a start and not for the first time this year that’s exactly what we did – not to say it was all our own undoing as Balwyn were clearly better in the first half but to kick 1 goal it pretty good conditions just doesn’t cut it. The second half was a lot better and though we got within a goal in the last - the damage was already done as we eventually went down by 4 goals. Well done to club great Chris Annakis who notched up his 200th game. Best – Marganis, Bartholomew, Vander Haar, Rambo, Annakis & Schimma. Today we are away against East Ringwood, please note next week is a bye so next game is at home in 2 week’s time. The first of 2 Coterie lunches is not until July so this gives supporters who are yet to sign up more chance to do so while still getting value for money. The inheritance is bleeding after the Bool, so get the 4 legs home today “STICKTA”. Social The following events will occur June onwards; dates TBA Bus lunch Reverse raffle Coterie Ladies lunch

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DIVISION 1 MONTROSE: A disappointing day last week at Noble Park. We let an opportunity for a win slip out of our grasp in the last quarter.

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The colts again took to the field with the bare numbers and as hard as they tried they were soundly defeated by a much stronger Noble Park. Best- J. Hawkins, Emberson, Cartledge, McLennan, Reidy, K.Hawkins. The boys get a rest this week and hopefully we can find a few more colts signing up for the rest of the season. Keep at it boys. The Development Squad tasted success for the first time after a close struggle all day. A one point win. Best -Missen, Rickard, McInerney, Bennington, McLaughlin, Robinson. The seniors also turned into a struggling affair throughout the day. The largest lead being 8 points for the entire day. It came down to the last minute when Noble Park scored their winning goal. The team has to reflect on what happened in the last quarter as it was a game there for the taking. Best-Jones, Bastinac, Lindgren, Gibson, Ewart, Emberson. Netball-Demons winning 44 to 33. Flames going down 6 to 34. Today we welcome our past players to the Demons Den. A game against South Croydon is always a hotly contested affair. Let’s bring home a win today. We welcome all South Croydon players and supporters to join us after the game upstairs. Our Aus Kick girls and boys will be playing at the half time break Tomorrow the junior committee is hosting a Mother’s Day celebration. We trust all our Mums enjoy their special day. Next Saturday May 19th is our Twilight Festival from 10am to 4pm.There will be a wide range of food and product stalls, several rides and a range of activities including a Dance Performance, Fashion Parade, Beer and Cider Garden. June 2nd is our Ladies Day. Get your tickets on Try Booking. Congratulations to Andrew Haining who takes the field for his 175th game this week. Andrew has been an integral part of the club commencing his career in our juniors. GO Dees.

Senior Coach: Peter Bastinac Res Coach: Dean Williams 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 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 25 26 27 28 29 31 32 33 34 35 36 38 41 42 43 Q1

Brad Batten-Leitch Dale Gawley Jordan Bastinac Billy Schilling Mitch Davis Matt Langdon Sam Goodman Brendan Gardoll (C) Sam Rickard Jason Lindgren Nick Dinham Matt Missen Sam Gibson Ayhan Bajramov Drew Stockton Tim Lanyon Jason Bennington Tim Jones Corey Whitchell Andrew Haining Mitch McLaughlin Ryan Hillard Nick Holloway Adam Ewart Brent Paterson James Wilsen Daniel Fielding Matt Robinson Ryan Emberson Sam Nix Riley Hams Joel King Nathan Thornbury Ayden Potter Sean Nugent Charlie Eastoe Issac Van Rossen Q2

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Kyle Larsen Rohan Cartledge Daniel Chesney Jayden Weatherley Daniel Henderson Jake Millard Aaron Emberson Michael Williamson Corey Lindgren Damien Schickerling Cameron Felstead Grant McInerney Josh Missen Chad Millard Matt Jordan Tim Christou

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

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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 5: SATURDAY 12 MAY 2018

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

SOUTH CROYDON: Solid wins to both senior teams against Norwood last Saturday. Great to see the development squad grind out the game after squandering early chances. The senior team was switched on from the first bounce and determined not to let any early advantage slip. Today’s senior fixture against Montrose is crucial. A game that we probably enter in as favourites – but the Demons are not to be underestimated as we found out on the corresponding round last year. Important to secure a couple of away results in the earlier part of the season. As the season is 6 rounds in – it’s important that we once again recognise all the volunteers around the club, who front up week in week out to keep the club going. Without your ongoing assistance it’s impossible for community clubs like ours to function. We thank you all for your devotion to our community! SOCIAL • Full Moon Party – Tonight 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 Still very good value 6 rounds in to consider both these options. 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 KNOX: Today we’re back at The Fort hosting Rowville. The Netballers are once again hosting the Knox FNC Ladies Luncheon today This year we are pleased to be able to support White Ribbon Australia, with 50% of net profits raised on the day being donated to the foundation. It is an event not to be missed with a delicious high tea style lunch & drinks, market stalls and plenty of prizes up for grabs.

Major Draw 26th May – tickets are $100 which gets 2 people in the draw. See Diesel for tickets!

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 Q1

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 Q2

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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

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

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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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ROUND 5: SATURDAY 12 MAY 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 East Ringwood down at Seebeck for the Seniors and Development matches and our U19s hosted Balwyn in what was an all-around good day of football. The day saw a great round of footy for Rowville which had all three sides get the four points. Our U19s started got us going and set the pace the for the day with a convincing win over Balwyn by 95 points. We kept them to just four scoring shots for the day whilst we had 11 different goal scorers contribute. The Development side came out firing in the first quarter in a 5 goals to 0 start. They didn’t stop there, they ran over the top of East Ringwood and won by 123 points. A strong performance by the Development side all around with 12 goal scorers for the day. The Senior side took their time settling into the game and came out after half time ready to kick their feet into gear. We were able to kick 8 goals in the second half to East Ringwood’s 2, we came out on top with a 35 point win. Today, the Senior and Development sides will travel to face Knox and our U19s will be travelling back towards the mountains to face Montrose. Good luck to all the teams competing today. Don’t miss out on any RFC action, follow us on Facebook, Instagram and Twitter!

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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 2 UPPER FERNTREE GULLY: After a couple of away games and the bye last week we finally return to Kings Park today and welcome Mulgrave. Last game was a disappointment in the seniors against Doncaster East so the boys are expected to come out firing today. Congratulations to Tim Riseley who played his 200th senior game for the club against Doncaster East. The U19’s and Reserves both had good wins last game and hope to continue that form today. With the bye in the senior group last week the club held its $5k draw, congratulations to Lawso and Tyson. The Women’s team notched up another win last Saturday at Dobson Park, this time against Norwood and tomorrow play Waverley Blues. Great to see Taylah Moore make her debut this season, being the first player to come from our juniors into the senior side. Last Sunday the vets after having 7 on the bench in the their first game struggled for numbers starting the game with no bench and despite having plenty of the footy were unable to kick enough goals to go down to Wantirna South. The Netball girls have started the season with mixed results with the Red team winning all three games and going up a division to 4, while the Blue team is still trying to get its first win in division 3 after having a draw last week. In the Juniors although the boys results haven’t been going their way the teams have been playing good footy and getting good experience in higher divisions this year and the girls have been getting some good wins. The THF Lunch is on next Saturday the 19th May so if you haven’t book your place yet please contact Dave Beilken on 0408 336 642 ASAP. Also this Thursday we have the Toyota Good for Footy night at Kings Park with Nathan Jones in attendance. 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; please pass on to anyone you know who has been involved with the club and email uftg-70thcelebrations@hotmail.com for more details. 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

UPPER FERNTREE CROYDON 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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FLYING FALCONS By: Daniel Cencic Twitter: @DC_EFL

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ilydale simply couldn’t have started the season any better.

At 5-0 heading into the break off the back of its six-point win over Wantirna South last week, the Falcons have met every challenge with aplomb this season.

The likes of Croydon, Bayswater, Mitcham, Park Orchards and the aforementioned Wantirna South have all succumbed to the young Falcons who find themselves perched firmly atop the Division 2 ladder.

look at our backline, our age factor is about 20-21, but those boys have played footy for about five or six years so they work well together, and now we’ve got the midfield working well with them as well,” Wilson said. Pre-season was a grind for the Falcons. Coming off a shattering two-point loss to Mooroolbark in the first semi-final, there is a real sense of ‘unfinished business’ about Lilydale this season. Close cut-throat losses in finals Clos can either make or break a side. the wash-up, senior coach In th Ben Neagle drilled into the group the importance of gro taking every advantage in a tak close Division 2 competition, clo which his young side has taken wh onboard according to Wilson. on “To go into the break 5-0 and it’s probably a dream an come true - it goes back to co the pre-season how hard the th coaching staff emphasised co to the boys about fitness and managing your body well, m credit to the boys, they’ve cr done it,” Wilson said. do

Lilydale football manager Tim Wilson, along with senior coach Ben Neagle and the coaching staff, have overseen an emergence of young talent across the past two seasons. Up to 19 players who had never seen senior footy before were blooded in 2017; a credit to the Falcons’ junior program which continues to thrive. “It’s a very young group and in Round 1, our oldest player was 24, the rest were all 20 and 21,” football manager Tim Wilson said. “They’re working well together because they’ve been together for so long and I think 19 of our 22 players last Saturday have all come through our juniors. “A lot of those boys that are playing seniors now, a lot of them played reserves last year.” Defensively, Lilydale more than holds its own, having conceded the second-least total scores in season 2018, behind only Upper Ferntree Gully with a 31-point differential. “Our defence is fantastic at the moment and if you 30

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Remarkably, no player in R Lilydale’s line-up has been named Lilydale to this point of the in the best more than twice t season – only Mitchener, Brad Lowe, Jarrod l Beau B Mi Healy, Jayden Depace, Lochie Wilson, Patrick Klep and Sam Horseley have all featured in the best on two occasions. An even spread of contributors right across the park has been one of the underlying factors as to why opposing sides have struggled to crack a weakness in the Falcons’ armour so far, headlined by a young leadership group. “The younger guys have taken on the leadership roles and Ben introduced quite a young leadership group and they have regular meetings,” Wilson said. “They share it around when you’re out on the field, it’s not like they’re looking at one bloke for directions – everybody’s giving everybody directions so it’s a great place to be at the moment.” The Falcons face Mooroolbark after the split round, followed by Upper Ferntree Gully and Doncaster East.


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DIVISION 2 PARK ORCHARDS: Today we welcome the Mitcham Football Club players, supporters and officials to Domeney Reserve. It should be a fierce battle, so grab one of Johnny Gafer’s magnificent burgers (you won’t be disappointed), get a drink and settle in to watch some quality local football. After the game we invite all of our supporters into the rooms for a drink to socialise with the players, the umpires and the opposition - it’s what local footy is all about. With only the U19B team playing last weekend due to the split round in Division 2, our boys had an opportunity to take a breath and freshen up. With the weekend off for three of our four sides a large and vocal crowd headed to Domeney Reserve to support the U19B’s in their game against the combined Whitehorse/ South Croydon side. Coming off a 100 point win the previous week, the B’s showed their resilience and class against a pretty good side and led most of the day to win by four points. Voogd was outstanding down back and was ably assisted by S. Lowther, Thomas and Knox. With such strong numbers we are the envy of almost every other club in the EFL and we thank all of our U19 parent helpers who have helped ensure that this venture succeeds. Prior to the break we took on the undefeated Lilydale at their ground and came away with two from three – U19’s and D-squad won their games fairly easily and the seniors went down by nine points after being jumped early. Our netballers continue to represent the club with distinction and after last weekend our three sides sit 8th, 9th and 4th on their respective ladders. We have a busy month or so coming up on the events front so put the following dates in the diary - Mother’s Day Round on 12th May, Player Function on 26th May, Ladies Lunch on 16th June and the Mid-Season Ball will be on 23rd June. GO SHARKS!

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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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

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MITCHAM: LAST WEEK Boys enjoyed a nice little break last week with our first bye of season 2018 while Our netball girls went down in a close tussle last Friday night by a couple of goals against South Belgrave. The previous week we hosted The Wantirna South Devils @ The MCG of East with our very young Under 19s recording a stirring victory to start the day on a winning note. Jayden Irving with 5 majors was a stand out with Powson, Jarvis, Stingell, Veenendaal, Antoniou and Holly all named in the best. Reserves had to reshuffle their side after a couple of late withdrawals and found the going tough. Best were Barro, Brock, Young, Tsolos, George and Lee. Our very youthful Senior team had every chance in the first half showing like they did last week, glimpses of good play, But a 3rd quarter fade out cost them dearly as Wanny South grabbed the 4 points. MacArtney, M. Gordon, Elms, Sullivan, Glossop and McKeown were all named in the best while Jake Parente was our only multiple goal kicker. THIS WEEK we are off to Park Orchards to take on the Sharks, Not sure I have seen too many Sharks in Park Orchards but they are going to be quite the formidable opponent, So we certainly wont to be caught napping. SOCIAL Comedy night is only a couple of weeks away - Saturday 26TH of May, 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 - If you haven’t already, check out the promo video The Suburban Footballer put together for us on our Facebook page. Also we are running “OUR EXPERIENCE FOOTY LIKE NEVER BEFORE” raffle drawn on the night, this is an one line raffle so please purchase tickets at https:// rafflecreator.com/pages/5201/mitcham-fc-comedynight

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HAWKS HUNTING By: Daniel Cencic Twitter: @DC_EFL

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ntering into the great unknown in season 2018, Boronia senior coach Matt Clark has overseen an undefeated start to the season. Sitting at 5-0, the Hawks have overcome Templestowe, Waverley Blues, Scoresby, The Basin and Chirnside Park respectively – with its most narrow victory coming against the Magpies by eight points in Round 3 and its most resounding just last weekend – a 127-point win against the Panthers. Clark’s admission of Division 3 and particularly Boronia being an unknown quantity after spending the majority of his previous coaching tenure at the Devils in Division 2 has presented the premiership coach with a significant challenge this year. But at 5-0, it’s a challenge Clark and his Hawks have met every step of the way. “That’s one of the biggest challenges you have not knowing the strengths and weaknesses of the opposition and the players within that too,” Clark said. “It’s forced my hand to focus on us as much as anything until we learn a bit more and once we play everyone once I’ll get a better feel of it. “Most of my focus has just been how we play and how we go about it – I think that’s been the best way for me to learn about our players first and foremost and what they can and can’t do. “It’s been a challenge and we’ve certainly discovered that it is an even comp (and) I’m liking what I’m seeing about our character.” Headaches at the selection table are a coach’s dream. For Clark, the ‘headaches’ continue week by week, as the Hawks’ reserves also find themselves perched atop the Division 2 ladder. “We’ve been having to make changes every week (through injury), we’ve got a really good squad that’s really deep,” he said. “Everyone has stepped up, has come in and played a role and impacted – our selection time is really tough at the moment because everyone’s mounting a good claim. “The guys in the reserves are playing a super brand of footy as well and I think everyone is fully-engaged at the moment.” 34

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Led by skipper Lachie McKernan, leadership is as strong as can be at Tormore Reserve according to Clark. “Our leadership is really good (and) with Lachie McKernan as captain, he’s well-supported in the leadership group, (particularly with) his voice (and) his energy that he creates and he is a very good footballer in his own right too,” he said. “His challenge this year was to be able to get on the scoreboard a little bit more than he has in years gone by but he’s made sure we’re organised defensively. “He’s starting to get a bit of reward for his run and carry - a great leader and a great person to have around the footy club.” In attack, Zak Robinson has kicked 13 goals for the season, at an average of just over three goals per game. Clark has seen the 19-year-old take games by the scruff of the neck this season, causing opposition sides nightmares. “He (Zak) got knocked out very early in the Scoresby game so realistically, he’s probably only really played three (matches),” Clark said. “He’s super quick, six-three, he’s equally agile on the ground as he is in the air – he’s got an incredible leap, so he’s very hard to play on. “We’ve moved him around multiple positions, he starts deep at times than we’ll move him really high to help us connect and share the workload with the forwards up high. “He’s as good a crumber as he is a marker, so he’s really caused a lot of problems for the opposition.” For the former Wantirna South mentor, striking a balance between attack and defence is paramount, with the Hawks conceding the least amount of scores so far this season at a meagre 216. “When you get to finals, the pressure lifts up and you’ve got to be good at contested footy and working both ways,” Clark said. “We really set a goal to be top three in both defence in attack – it’s hard to get that balance but I think at the moment we’re looking good on the KPIs that we measure ourselves on.”


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he Whitehorse Pioneers have seen a steady rise over the past 12 months.

Beginning season 2018 undefeated at 5-0 off the back of further development to their young side who played finals last season, Springfield Park is abuzz led by favourite son Jamie Carpenter as coach and Maverick Gleed as skipper. The club entered last season as one of the great unknowns in Division 4 – coming off six wins in 2016 and a seventh-placed finish, before doubling those wins last season to finish third and registering a semi-final win over Coldstream before falling to Forest Hill in the preliminary final. Fast forward to 2018 with some new recruits to complement the existing talent, along with the return of 2007 premiership player Jamie Carpenter – who had previously served on the coaching panel at Templestowe – and the club is looking as much a chance as any to claim glory come the business end of the season. For Jamie Carpenter, the transition into senior coaching has in itself been a learning curve. “It’s very different (and) very stressful at times,” he said. “I didn’t really know how I’d go making game-day moves and each week I’m learning little bit by little bit - overall, it’s been pretty good. “It’s definitely more stressful being a coach than being a player – (as a player) you rock up and you know what you’ve got to do, what position you’ll be playing and who you’ll be playing on. Jamie Carpenter with the 2007 premiership cup. PICTURE: Leader Newspapers

“Being a coach, you’ve got to worry about your whole list and when you get injuries… there’s a lot more decisions to make being a coach.” Brothers Anthony and Matt Mariani, who Carpenter oversaw at the Dockers last season, haven’t missed a beat this year as they prove tough match-ups for opposition coaches through their versatility all over the park. “They’ve been fantastic - I got them through the Templestowe connection,” Carpenter said. “They’ve come across and thus far have been really good. “They’re running through the midfield, forward, and I’ve used them down back when I’ve needed to. “They’re definitely a couple of handy magnets to have and I suppose can play in any position.” Alistair Quinn has overcome an ankle injury sustained prior to Round 1 to put together a solid start to the season, providing the Pioneers with further versatility around the ground. “He started late for the pre-season and rolled his ankle on the Thursday night before Round 1, but he’s been fantastic for us,” Carpenter said. “He goes back for us and gives us a bit of a chop-out in the ruck, and goes forward too. He’s another player that I utilise where I need him.” The club is this season fielding a merged under19s side with South Croydon, which currently sits fourth on the ladder with two wins and three losses. Carpenter believes the arrangement has worked out well for both parties. “It’s going pretty good, I think it was a great result for both teams,” he said. “Our guys had about 10 or 11 (players) and South had about 12, they’ve all come together, and they train together on Tuesday nights. “I’ve seen three of their games so far and some of their kids are actually really good.” The Whitehorse Pioneers renew acquaintances with Forest Hill this week after last meeting in the preliminary final, followed by meetings with Fairpark, Nunawading, and current ladder-leader East Burwood.

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EFL SENIOR WOMEN RESULTS Deakin Uni Senior Women’s 2018 Division 1

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THE BASIN V HEATHMONT Round 3 - 5/05/2018 The Basin 0.1-1 1.3-9 2.4-16 3.4-22 Heathmont 2.1-13 2.1-13 2.3-15 3.5-23 The Basin Goal Kickers: T. Sheldon, J. Baker, K. Nicolson Best Players: T. Sheldon, E. Dalton, K. Nicolson, A. Caminito, J. Baker, T. Brown Heathmont Goal Kickers: H. Morrow, S. Evans, J. Saunders Best Players: E. Gosbell, S. Evans, J. Major, H. Morrow, J. Saunders

EAST RINGWOOD V BLACKBURN Round 3 - 5/05/2018 East Ringwood 0.4-4 0.6-6 1.7-13 Blackburn 3.2-20 4.3-27 4.4-28 East Ringwood Goal Kickers: S. Farmer, J. Hicks Blackburn Goal Kickers: J. Turner, E. Cleland, E. Parratt, K. Lo

CHIRNSIDE PARK V WAVERLEY BLUES Round 3 - 5/05/2018 Chirnside Park 0.0 0.0 1.0-6 1.2-8 Waverley Blues 2.1-13 3.2-20 3.3-21 5.5-35 Chirnside Park Goal Kickers: C. Arthur Best Players: C. Adam, C. Arthur, A. Bailey, A. Barker, H. Scott, B. Kirwin Waverley Blues Goal Kickers: S. Bone 2, L. Edwards 2, L. Donaldson Best Players: A. Glare, S. Loh, O. Baxter, D. Gardner , S. Bone VERMONT V KNOX Round 3 - 5/05/2018 Vermont 1.3-9 2.4-16 2.6-18 4.8-32 Knox 2.0-12 3.2-20 6.2-38 6.4-40 Vermont Goal Kickers: S. Moss, A. Hansen, N. Junginger, E. Whitfield Best Players: C. Cullen, A. Carroll, E. Whitfield, A. Rutherford, H. ONeill Knox Goal Kickers: J. Campbell 2, E. Macdonald 2, T. Kane, L. Walshe UPPER FERNTREE GULLY V NORWOOD Round 3 - 5/05/2018 Upper Ferntree Gully 2.0-12 3.1-19 5.3-33 6.5-41 Norwood 1.0-6 1.4-10 1.6-12 1.6-12 Upper Ferntree Gully Goal Kickers: S. Hannah 3, L. Passarelli, T. Moore, S. Davies Best Players: M. Cottrell, L. Passarelli, E. Ballard, S. Hannah, K. Elder, E. Clark Norwood Goal Kickers: N. Derksen Best Players: B. Clare, T. Winchester, M. Coats, S. de Cler, N. Derksen

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YARRA JUNCTION V BORONIA Round 3 - 5/05/2018 Yarra Junction 4.5-29 7.8-50 14.13-97 18.17-125 Boronia 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 Yarra Junction Goal Kickers: N. Van straalen 3, G. Michelle 3, K. McConnell 2, P. Boxell 2, S. Zelno 2, L. Mounsey , R. Walker, A. Whelan, J. Cousens, J. Radford, P. Laidlaw Best Players: J. Radford, S. Wilcox, G. Michelle, T. Mataele, P. Boxell Boronia Best Players: A. Penny, A. Davidson, K. Little, B. Martin, J. Lacey UPWEY TECOMA FNC V THORNTON-EILDON Round 3 - 5/05/2018 Thornton-Eildon 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 Upwey Tecoma FNC 7.6-48 10.8-68 16.15-111 18.17-125 Upwey Tecoma Football and Netball Club Goal Kickers: S. DiCiero 5, A. Bantock 3, T. Preston 2, C. White 2, E. Caccetta 2, S. Royce, K. Oates, A. Crymble, M. Bateup Best Players: S. DiCiero, C. White, E. Caccetta, K. Oates, A. Bantock , A. Crymble SOUTH CROYDON V DONVALE Round 3 - 6/05/2018 South Croydon 0.0 1.1-7 1.1-7 1.1-7 Donvale 4.3-27 7.7-49 12.12-84 16.17-113 South Croydon Goal Kickers: L. Meyer Best Players: T. Martin, D. Zeniou, K. McKellar, S. O’’Toole, L. Meyer, T. Ingram Donvale Goal Kickers: M. Latino 5, J. Barker 3, A. Blackburn 2, H. Mulder 2, J. Crundall, E. Kentfield, F. Neligan, A. Antonellos

BAYSWATER V MOUNT EVELYN Round 3 - 6/05/2018 Bayswater 0.0 1.2-8 2.2-14 2.2-14 Mount Evelyn 4.4-28 5.5-35 7.8-50 10.12-72 Bayswater Goal Kickers: C. Wilson, L. McShane Best Players: B. Gillespie, T. Gibb, J. Austin, Z. Alston, M. Galt Mount Evelyn Goal Kickers: A. Gordon 4, I. Urquhart 2, M. Foley, J. Lee, Y. Price, K. Betts Best Players: A. Gordon, T. Halit, I. Urquhart, S. Jenkin, Y. Price, M. Foley

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EASTERN RANGES MATCH REPORT (GIRLS) R8 vs MURRAY BUSHRANGERS

Best players for the day were Mikala Cann,

EASTERN RANGES - 7.5.47

Charlotte Wilson, Laura McClelland, and

MURRAY BUSHRANGERS - 0.1.1

Gabriella De Angelis, Jessica Provan, Ashleigh Allsopp.

The Ranges girls put on a comprehensive performance to defeat the Murray Bushrangers by 46 points on Saturday.

Goalkickers were:

Hosting the opposition at Warrawee Park in Oakleigh, the girls put in a complete four-quarter performance in both attack and defence to gain some vital percentage points as the season draws to a close.

M Cann

Seven individual goalkickers put the score on the board - sharing the load equally, while the defence only conceded a single behind in the sixty minutes of play. The win sees Eastern remain in fourth place on the ladder, with six wins and two losses. A Grand Final spot looks to be out of reach with only one match remaining.

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A Allsopp

G De Angelis C Chamberlain O Meagher J Provan T Merrett The final home and away match for the season is next week’s trip to Craigieburn to face the 10th placed Calder Cannons.


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2018 FIXTURES

TM

TM

footyEFL

footyEFL DIVISION ONE

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

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

v v v v

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

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

ROUND 2 - 14/04/2018 Balwyn 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 Balwyn 18.13-121 Montrose 5.9-39 Blackburn 17.8-110 Norwood 7.9-51 N Ringwood 12.14-86 Doncaster 18.11-119

v v v v v v

East Ringwood 6.13-49 Rowville 15.15-105 S Croydon 17.11-113 Vermont 19.21-135 Noble Park 12.13-85 Knox 3.10-28

ROUND 5 - 5/05/2018 S Croydon 19.12-126 Knox 1.6-12 Blackburn 19.11-125 Noble Park 10.9-69 Doncaster 6.10-46 Rowville 10.11-71

v v v v v v

Norwood 8.14-62 Vermont 25.11-161 Nth Ringwood 10.6-66 Montrose 10.7-67 Balwyn 10.11-71 East Ringwood 5.6-36

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

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 Blackburn Noble Park North Ringwood East Ringwood Norwood Rowville

v v v v v v

Balwyn Doncaster Vermont South Croydon Montrose Knox

ROUND 17 - 18/08/2018 ROUND 7 - 26/05/2018 Norwood Doncaster South Croydon Rowville Blackburn East Ringwood

v v v v v v

Balwyn Noble Park North Ringwood Vermont Montrose Knox

Vermont Doncaster Rowville Montrose Balwyn North Ringwood

v v v v v v

South Croydon Norwood Noble Park Blackburn Knox East Ringwood

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

Blackburn Noble Park Norwood East Ringwood South Croydon Knox

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

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

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

v v v v v

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 4 - 28/04/2018 Croydon 7.13-55 Lilydale 12.19-91 Mulgrave 8.14-62 Mitcham 7.11-53 Donc East 17.10-112

v v v v v

Bayswater 11.16-82 Park Orchards 12.10-82 Mooroolbark 19.9-123 Wantirna S 15.19-109 Upper FTG 9.7-61

Croydon 10.6-66 v Donc East 23.11-149 Mooroolbark 11.9-75 v Bayswater 13.13-91 Wantirna South 9.6-60 v Lilydale 9.12-66

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

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

v v v v v

Mooroolbark Wantirna South Croydon Mitcham Park Orchards

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

v v v v v

Upper Ferntree Gully Doncaster East Mooroolbark Mulgrave Bayswater

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

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

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

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

ROUND 17 - 18/08/2018 Lilydale v Doncaster East Bayswater v Upper Ferntree Gully

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

v v v v v

Lilydale Bayswater Croydon Mitcham Park Orchards

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

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

v v v v v

Bayswater Mooroolbark Mulgrave Mitcham Park Orchards

Croydon v Wantirna South

ROUND 18 - 25/08/2018 ROUND 8 - 2/06/2018

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

Bayswater v Wantirna South

30/03/2018 9/06/2018

Park Orchards v Mulgrave

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

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

ROUND 10 - 23/06/2018 19/05/2018 9/06/2018

Mitcham v Mooroolbark

Doncaster East v Mooroolbark

FINALS DATES Semi Final 2

1/09/2018

Semi Final 1

2/09/2018

Preliminary Final

8/09/2018

Grand Final

15/09/2018

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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footyEFL

footyEFL DIVISION THREE

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

v v v v v v

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

ROUND 2 - 14/04/2018 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

v v v v v v

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

v v v v v v

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

Scoresby 23.13-151 Chirnside Park 8.12-60 Templestowe 6.2-38 Waverley Blues 9.11-65 The Basin 9.8-62 Ferntree Gully 5.8-38

v v v v v v

Heathmont 12.12-84 Donvale 6.9-45 Boronia 22.13-145 Waverley Blues 3.10-28 Ferntree Gully 8.8-56 South Belgrave 9.6-60

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

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

v v v v v v

Silvan 11.10-76 v Coldstream 19.9-123

ROUND 4 - 28/04/2018 Coldstream 13.15-93 v Surrey Park 6.7-43 East Burwood 14.8-92 v Forest Hill 7.15-57 Nunawading 5.7-37 v Fair Park 21.12-138

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

Waverley Blues Ringwood Chirnside Park The Basin Warrandyte Donvale

v v v v v v

Heathmont Boronia Templestowe Ferntree Gully Scoresby South Belgrave

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

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

Fair Park 13.12-90 v Silvan 11.15-81

ROUND 6 - 12/05/2018 Whitehorse Pioneers v Forest Hill Glen Waverley Hawks v Fairpark 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

Whitehorse Pioneers v Surrey Park

Surrey Park 10.10-70 v GW Hawks 12.16-88

Surrey Park v Kilsyth

ROUND 18 - 18/08/2018

Glen Waverley Hawks v Forest Hill

Kilsyth 5.7-37 v Whitehorse P 10.7-67

Surrey Park v East Burwood

ROUND 17 - 11/08/2018

ROUND 12 - 30/06/2018

Whitehorse P 19.16-130 v Silvan 7.9-51

East Burwood v Kilsyth

Waverley Blues Scoresby Heathmont South Belgrave Boronia Templestowe

Silvan v Kilsyth Forest Hill v Nunawading

Kilsyth 31.15-201 v Nunawading 5.6-36

Nunawading 7.2-44 v E Burwood 33.26-224

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 20.12-132 v Coldstream 9.11-65

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

GW Hawks 15.10-100 v Kilsyth 8.6-54

ROUND 5 - 5/05/2018 The Basin 9.10-64 Ringwood 15.18-108 Chirnside Park 2.6-18 Scoresby 17.15-117 Templestowe 11.10-76 Warrandyte 10.5-65

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 South Belgrave 9.8-62 Donvale 16.9-105 Ringwood 14.11-95 Heathmont 19.8-122 Boronia 12.8-80 Warrandyte 16.5-101

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

Brett Eddy - Vermont

7

28

Taylor Leggate - Wantirna South

This Rnd 0

Total 14

Leigh Williams - Norwood

5

21

Jack Callanan - Bayswater

1

13 13

Jeffrey Gobbels - Balwyn

1

18

Thomas Gordon - Doncaster East

4

Jake Hammond - Blackburn

8

17

Trent Georgiou - Mooroolbark

1

12

Andrew Ainger - Vermont

6

16

Michael Steven - Doncaster East

9

12

Luke Barker - Balwyn

3

16

Matthew Polkinghorne - Mooroolbark

1

11

Jake Tucker - South Croydon

1

14

Lachlan Koger - Lilydale

0

11

Charlie Haley - Balwyn

1

14

Jake Summers - Doncaster East

0

10

Michael King - South Croydon

5

13

Anthony Papa - Wantirna South

1

9

Ryan Bathie - Blackburn

1

12

Ewan Wadsworth - Croydon

1

9

This Rnd

Total

This Rnd

Total

Dale Hehir - Scoresby

5

26

Adrian Gileno - East Burwood

7

25

Trent Farmer - Ringwood

4

19

Christopher Smith - Surrey Park

2

23

Nathan Hicks - Scoresby

3

18

Michael Cardamone - Forest Hill

7

23

Nicholas Murphy - Donvale

2

14

James Gough - Fairpark (Eastern Lions) 6

22

Alex Bakens - South Belgrave

3

14

Max Wills - East Burwood

5

17

Zak Robinson - Boronia

5

13

Chris Whitchell - Coldstream

5

17

Leigh Odermatt - Heathmont

2

13

Adam Amin - Glen Waverley Hawks

3

17

Lee Boyle - FTG Eagles

3

11

Johnathon Hevern - Kilsyth

1

14

Luke Dunn - Warrandyte

2

11

Steven Pimm - Forest Hill

0

13

Lachlan Kennedy - FTG Eagles

1

11

Jye Sigersma - Kilsyth

0

12

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DIVISION 4 29

East Burwood

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Heathmont

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Whitehorse Pioneers

22

Ringwood

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Scoresby

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Forest Hill

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WAVERLEY BLUES Senior Coach: Bryce McGain Res Coach: Daniel Griffin Ground: Mt Waverley Reserve, Fleet St, Mt Waverley. (Melways 61 F12) Ph: 9807 0169. Colours: Blue jumper with white & red lightning strikes across left shoulder, navy blue shorts. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 37 Q1

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 Q2

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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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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

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ROUND 5: SATURDAY 12 MAY 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 Ben House Matt Nagel David Di Stefano Billy Lodge Lachlan McAllister Josh Waters Daniel Cripps Mitch Boyd Matt Bain James Zukiewicz Matthew McLellan Daniel Arangio Jamie Bain Daniel Pearce Jesse Wilson Alex Brown Tom May Jordan Walker Adrian Fancellu Tom Blake Anthony Cope Max Blake Callum Bradley Matthew Zukiewicz Tyler Brown Taylor Potter Nathan Franklin Simon Harris Riley McIntosh James Waldon Tim Waters Callum Bradley Matthew Zukiewicz Tyler Brown Taylor Potter

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Nathan Franklin Simon Harris Riley McIntosh James Waldon Tim Waters Jacob Pylka Sam Casalaz Joel Dicarla Harris Phaedonos Mark Ferraro Sam Clark Robert Urquhart Jnr Travis Wason Nathan Marks Jack Wilson Jack Price Nick Worthing Jamie Van Kerckhof Evan Phaedonos Dean Papanicolaou Liam Webb Robert Swan Scott Wason Nathan Ruggeri Nicholas Phaedonos Mark Pallozi Nick Clohesy Sam Noble

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TEMPLESTOWE: We are very grateful to “The Tempy Forum” for running a great Friday Lunch last week with Guest Speaker Brendan Fevola and the Suburban Footballer. Saturday was at home to the Ferntree Gully Eagles with our U19’s winning by 31 points, 2 goals each to Massarotti, Pallozzi and Reid. BOG Award to Lachlan Carter. The Reserves bolstered by some U19’s led the Eagles for the majority of the match but in the dying minutes were run down and lost by 1 point. Luke Fitzsimons with 2 goals and Callum Bradley BOG. The Seniors were challenged early by the Eagles and trailed by 32 points at half time. The third term saw a more determined Dockers reduce that margin to 5 points and then pressure the opposition overrunning them with a win by 20 points. Skipper Daniel Pearce with 4 goals and Simon Harris judged BOG, new recruit Daniel Arangio’s debut game. This week we travel to Mt Waverley Reserve to meet the Waverley Blues – their U19’s top of the table. This should be a great contest for all three sides as everyone finds their level in the competition. First Purple Haze Lunch Saturday 17th May – contact Michael Fitzsimons to book your spot. Our Ladies “Bling” Dinner has been re-scheduled to Saturday 30th June. 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 Asst Coach: George Sahinidis 1 3 4 5 6 7 8 9

Nathan Scaglione Marcus Pillot Liam Reed Shea McNutt Matthew Pane Chris Massarotti Samuel Mills Jordan Gionannucci 10 Nick Mustafa 11 Julian Toppi 12 Luke Fitzsimons

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Matthew McLellan Cameron Williams Daneil Allen Steven Schwarzer Max Thomas Mark Pallozzi

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DIVISION 3 FERNTREE GULLY EAGLES: Football: Under 19s: Another amazing effort by the under 19’s, playing with just 14 players and against one of the top sides. The boys should be proud of their efforts. Final Scores: Warrandyte 10.20-80 - Ferntree Gully 8.1-49 In the best: N. Sahely, T. Parker, H. Harvey, J. Campbell, T. Wietrzyk, L. Hallo Development Squad: Another solid performance by the Development Squad. Defeating Templestowe by 1 point in a nail biting finish. Final Scores: Templestowe 8.8-56 - Ferntree Gully 9.3-57 In the best: H. McAleese, J. Nelson, T. Wietrzyk, T. Parker, C. Quirk, A. Cavarra Seniors: A tough loss this week to Templestowe, up at half time by 32 points them Templestowe managed to get on top. Kicking 9 goals to Ferntree Gully’s 1 in the second half. The game was played in good spirits and thank you to Templestowe for their hospitality throughout the day. Final Scores: Templestowe 11.10 76 - Ferntree Gully 8.8 56 In the best: M. Tsirtsikos, A, Barton-Smith, L. Boyle, J. Crowe, K. Gray. Netball: Division 3: A big win for the division 3 side, winning by 32 points against Boronia Division 4: Continuing their strong start to the season, with another win against Glen Waverley. The girls won by 6. Division 5: A tough loss for the girls, defeated by 31 points against Upper Ferntree Gully. Upcoming Events Today - Saturday 12th of May 68 Reunion Lunch Seniors, 2nds & u16’s. 12 Noon Start $25ph 2 Course Meal. Special Guests Ian Cameron & John Quinn. Round 8: Saturday 26th of May - Ladies Day Round 9: Saturday 2nd June - Made in The Gully Round 10: Saturday 16th of June Reverse Raffle

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

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

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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

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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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ROUND 5: SATURDAY 12 MAY 2018

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

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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 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

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Lachlan Pavlovic Michael Jones Josh Lay Jesse Zankovic Luke Percy Dylan Van Praet

RINGWOOD: The club enjoyed another successful day last week with a good crowd watching both sides recording strong victories. The Reserves were keen to bounce back from the previous weeks disappointing display and with a number of changes to the side started well and by half time had opened up an early lead. in the third quarter the boys continued to apply the pressure and managed to crack the game open with a four goal to nil quarter and finished the game off well to get back on the winners list. The Seniors were locked in a tight battle throughout the first half with Donvale applying plenty of pressure little separated the teams at the main break. To our boys credit they came out firing in the third term and in a dominate quarter peppered the goals and held a handy match winning lead at the last change. We continued our good form in the final quarter and finished off strongly and after piling on 10 second half goals whilst conceding only one to the opposition it saw us continue our undefeated start to the season. Today is another big challenge for both sides as we travel to take on Ferntree Gully and we congratulate our captain Trent Farmer in his 150th senior game for the club. Trent has been an outstanding clubman and player for the Redbacks since his debut and we hope we can celebrate his milestone back at the rooms tonight with a couple of victories. The club has a great winning feeling at the moment so lets keep the mood going and we wish all players and coaches the best as we strive to keep our unbeaten record intact.

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DIVISION 3 HEATHMONT: Today we welcome the Ladies down to the Hanger for our Annual Ladies Lunch it should be a good day for all involved. We also welcome Chirnside Park down to the Hangar for a great day of football. The club ventured to The Basin last week, with a very full day of games starting early for the Women’s team. It was another close game for them with a come from behind win by the closest of margins – 1 pt and their second in a row. Next it was the Under 19’s both teams even on points and it was a tight contest from the first bounce with neither team really breaking free. The last quarter so the lead continually change but the Jets won the day by just 12points. It was a scrappy game from the onset with the DSquad with more new faces due to the growing long term injury list in the Seniors. Neither team could gain ascendancy and it was all tied up at the main break. The third quarter was more of the same with limited opportunities to score. In what turned out to be a very short last quarter, the DSquad found themselves down by four points as the siren rang and their first loss from the season. It was a game to put behind them and regroup for Chirnside today. The Seniors are definitely testing the depth of the club at the moment with the weekly injury list growing and another two were added in the first quarter of the match last Saturday putting pressure on those still on the field. It was also the Seniors turn to feel the wrath of the weather with heavy rain descending in the second quarter making play difficult in the wet conditions. The team just kept pushing towards goal and in the end managed to come home with the biggest margin of the day a 20point win against tough opposition. The Jetballers continued on their winning ways with another 3 wins and 1 loss to the premier team which is getting closer each week to their first win. It was another big round for the Juniors too, with games at Heatherdale and the Hangar and another bag of mixed results. The grading games are now over and we look forward to the season fixture from this week onwards. It’s PINK SPORTS day tomorrow for the Juniors raising funds for the Breast Cancer Network Association. Thanks to all teams for their support. Congrats to the Jetballers being crowned winners of the Trivia night last week and thanks to everyone that attended it was indeed a great night. Don’t forget to pencil in June 16th for the club’s COCKTAIL PARTY/BALL and the JUNIOR’s major fundraiser will be on Friday June 22nd – watch this space! Catch up on Facebook for all the news of visit www.heathmontjets.com Go Jets!

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.

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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

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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

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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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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

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ROUND 5: SATURDAY 12 MAY 2018

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CPFC – Ladies Day 2018 Saturday 19 May

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

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12 noon to 2:30pm It’s our day at the Football to shine, for all the mums, the sisters, the girlfriends that give their winter months over to Football, let’s have an afternoon to ourselves and enjoy some girl time!! Our annual “Ladies Day” is coming up at our next home game v Warrandyte on Saturday 19 May. Tickets are $40 per head including a roast lunch, a drink on arrival and this year we are lucky enough to be entertained by the amazing band “Soul”. So come one, come all, get a group together and enjoy a wonderful afternoon out. Tickets are available at the Club on Thursday night from 6pm or contact Tracy Cornish on 0434 906 675 For more information about the Club, sponsorship, membership and functions simply visit www. chirnsidefc.com Don’t forget Club members and families to please sign up to the United Fuel offer and our new free Club “TEAM APP”. Wishing all our teams a successful Season 2018 – Go Panthers!

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

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

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

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SOUTH BELGRAVE 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. 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

Riccardo Daraio Liam Kidd Daniel Cormack Phil Costa Alex Bakens Sean Bartels Anthony Daraio Anthony Bernardo Jack Brettoner Jayden Visser Jake Kidd Teff O’Meara Riley Punnett Topp Lucas Nick Stow Andrew Davies Brad Neurath Todd Burley Hudson Solomon Taylem Withers Michael Horton Mitch Koski Jake Bartels James Price Liam Williams Rob Hudson Tom McGill Damo Blomeley Pete Jeffree Ben Hodgson Matt Hodgson Sam Brown Nick Scarlett Alex Bennet Cameron Smith Ethan Nickless Danny Clarke Q2

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Adam Pendlebury Valters Baumanis Nick Kirby Jake Phelan Sam Ready Oscar Grimes Aidan Kidd Jake Kidd Jeremy Cameron Graham Bergroth Declan Andreola James Hoskin Aidan Jelinek Matt Ward Brad Abele Jayden Maddox Brodie Reid

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

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Kyle Bliss Aidan Kidd Brad Carlton Nathan Moore Daniel Starling Brad Sheean Travis Magill Lachie McGill Zandis Baumanis Nick Kirby Lloyd Solomon Alex Bennett

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Josh Ryan James Price Harvey Dowse Tyler Halls-Ferguson Luke Jones Trent Bartels Jack Mo Riley Fisher Luke Bicheno Jack Kelty Adam Luppino

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ROUND 5: SATURDAY 12 MAY 2018

THE BASIN: Upcoming Events

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 Jono Morris 11 Michael Thompson 13 Jackson Kean 14 Jayden Brown 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 37 Aaron Findlay 39 Dean Makin

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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 Alex Young

Thursday May 24th At 6.00pm Important club announcement and our whole club photo. Let’s make an effort to get the biggest turn out possible! From Auskick to seniors both Netball and Football! Make sure your wearing your uniform! Saturday May 26th at 7.30pm - 11.30pm BEARTOBER FEST It’s time to grab your Lederhosen and dirndl (Dresses) and join in the fun at the 2018 Beartoberfest. Entertainment, German food and steins will be flowing for the night! Along with plenty of German drinking songs! We have two options (both include entry and entertainment) $30 includes a stein with your first drink & German snacks (Limited number available) $10 includes German snacks only https://www.trybooking.com/UMBJ Saturday, July 7 at 7:30 PM - 11:30 PM GALA BALL At - Carlton Brewhouse Cnr Thompson & Nelson Streets, Abbotsford, VictoriaIts back and bigger than ever, our annual Gala Ball is on for 2018. If you missed out last year, get your tickets now! Dress code is no denim, so look your smartest! Tickets are $120 and include canapes on arrival, a two course meal, drinks (Selection of beers, wine and soft drink), a comedy show (We will announce closer to the date) & a DJ! Tickets are limited and need to be pre purchased and the only way to hold your spot is to buy a ticket. Tickets can be bought from Alex Winters 0426 264 498 or online at https://www.trybooking.com/UMRI

UNDER 19 Coach: Greg Granland 1 2 3 4 5 7 9 10 11 12 15 19

Corey Simcocks Jack Lavender Jackson Maes Tom Edwards (C) Christopher Butler Damian Nicholson Chris Chalman Mitch Burrows Antoun Dib Jack Swindell Jack Weldon Travis Arnol

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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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WARRANDYTE Senior Coach: Anthony McGregor Res Coach: Clint Wheatley Ground: Warrandyte Reserve, Taroona Ave, Warrandyte. (Melways 35 C1) Ph: 9844 3112 Colours: Red jumper with white vee, red shorts. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 26 27 28 29 30 32 33 34 35 36 38 39 40 41 43 44

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 Charles Johnstone Taylor Hayton Kyle Speers Luke Dunn Sam Beasley Josh Appleby Ruck Lochlan Matthew Munro Drew Corke Andrew White Jack Poole Trent Parker Scott Ternes

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Grant Godwin Kyle Speers 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 Sidney Philip-Owen Matt Treeby Toby Versteegen Rick Templeton Luke Harris

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WARRANDYTE: Last week we hosted South Belgrave and after coming off a great win the week before, the mood was positive and a great chance to get two in a row. The motto for the week was “it just won’t happen”. They come to play and at times played all over us. It was not a very pretty game and we had to work very hard to keep our noses in front. At full time we ran out 5 point winners and extremely glad to get the four points. We welcomed the South Belgrave players, supporters and committee during and following the game. They are to be congratulated on their demeanour and the way they conducted themselves both on and off the ground. Fantastic to see the twos get their first win running away with a 100 plus win, well done. The round was a special day for our club as it remembered and celebrated a legend of the club James ( Jimmy ) Logan who tragically died of brain cancer. This week we take on ladder leaders Boronia at Boronia in a game that will test us.

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

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

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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

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DIVISION 3 DONVALE: Tough day for the men’s sides against Ringwood last week, while our women had a good win against South Croydon.

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Today we welcome the women from Thornton / Eildon and pay special thanks to them for travelling such a long way for an early start. We hope you enjoy the game. Our men’s sides welcome Scoresby. We thank the Under 19s and Reserves players of Donvale and Scoresby for their flexibility in the fixturing of the matches. Welcome to all Scoresby officials and supporters and hope you enjoy your day at Donvale. Donvale teams across the weekend are donning pink socks in support of Breast Cancer Network Australia and the Jane McGrath foundation. We thank all of our players and families for their support of this important cause. 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

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

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

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ROUND 5: SATURDAY 12 MAY 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

SCORESBY: Saturday was a very positive day for the football club. An encouraging sign from the U19 team against a strong Waverly Blues outfit set the scene for the day. The Ressies followed up with a very workmanlike effort which led into the Seniors who played very solid football to have a convincing win against an injury depleted opposition. The past players had a great luncheon and made plenty of noise during the Senior game, even during the very heavy rain during the 3rd quarter. A few hundred people squashed under cover can make a lot of noise !! A great night on Friday with our Netball girls all successful. Our Premier/Premier Res team sits with other teams in an undefeated position which is fantastic. Get along and support the girls when you can. At the time of writing the Vets result had not been determined however it would have been a cracking game against Sth Croydon with both teams coming of excellent 1st Round wins. This week we travel to Donvale. A somewhat unusual day with 4 games being played, the Donvale Senior Womens team beginning proceedings at 9am. Should be a great day and another opportunity for our 3 Senior teams to hopefully continue on the positive start to the year. Continue to check our Facebook and website pages for all our upcoming events. Go Pies.

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Riley Gunton Jayden Adolph Dylan Lowe Lachlan Abraham Bailey Meyer Lachlan Anderson Angus Jones Sam Humphries Nathan Kelly Christian Villella Joel Ryan Bailey Marshall

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WANT TO BECOME AN UMPIRE? Anyone interested in becoming an umpire in 2018 (former players, beginners, athletes) contact EFL Head of Umpiring, Scott Van Noordennen at EFL House on 9762 5766 or email svannoordennen@efl.org.au

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WHITEHORSE PIONEERS: The Pioneers made their way to Pinks reserve in Kilsyth this week and had a tough round of games and injuries but our senior boys showed their composure with a 30 point win with only 17 players left on the ground in the last quarter. Multiple goal kickers for us M. Mariani 3, A. Mariani 2, J. Dalgleish 2, best on ground for us A. Blythman, C. Ryan, A. Quinn, M. Ward, J. Daley, M. Mariani. Great to get the 4 points and sitting second on the ladder by percentage.

Our reserves had a tough day at the office with a strong Kilsyth beating us by 37 points. It was a low scoring game for us with C. Webb, R. Bevan, J. Trevaskis, H. Thorn as our single goal kickers for the game. Best on for us J. Trevaskis, M. Tozer, R. Bevan, L. O’’Brien, B. Celebi, N. Bertacco.

Our 19s went to Park Orchards this week and played a close game against them going down in a great game by 4 points. Goal kickers S. McKellar, H. Thodis, J. Schinck, K. Giles, N. Stoffels, A. McArdle, S. Vassiliou and best on for the day B. Hillman, H. Currie, K. Giles, J. Reid, J. Schinck, S. McKellar

Our netball team had their first win on Friday night against Lilydale, coming from be hide after half time and winning by a point, Amy Russian with 15 goals for the game and Rachael Brooks 7 for the game. this week we take on Ringwood at Gloria Pyke Netball Centre.

Upcoming events

Ladies night 19th May tickets available at club rooms

President lunch 26th May please see Steve Berryman for tickets

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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.

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Coach: Zane Job

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FOREST HILL

Coldstream paying us a visit and with the threat of rain we

FOREST HILL: Back on our home deck last week with

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

produced two games of quality. There was a bit riding on

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

these contests with the Reserves wanting to keep their

unbeaten record and the Seniors desperate to bounce back

after back to back losses and the need to stay in touch with

the ladder leaders.

The Reserves started slowly and trailled at quarter time. This seemed to galvanise them and they pulled away in each quarter to record an 8 goal win. Rohnan Laws with 5 goals and Lachie Mason with 4 were the main spearheads but it was a great team effort and ensured we remain top of the ladder. The Seniors hit the score board early with 4 straight goals in the first quarter to stamp our authority on the game. We extended the lead at each break to eventually run out winners by 11 goals. Michael Cardamone with 7 goals was the difference and seemed to enjoy taking on his former club. That return to the winners circle sees us sitting in third spot with a 3 and 2 record but with three other sides with an equal record we can’t afford a slip up.

Our Netballers had a round to forget with all three sides going down and with a few players picking up injuries our depth is being tested. Our White and Green sides had fairly sizeable losses to North Ringwood and Ringwood respectively whilst the Zebras narrowly went down to old foes Nunawading. Keep an eye on the club social media for updates of times and venues so you can get down and support the Zebra ladies. With venues all over the Eastern suburbs you are bound to have one near you.

With the Mid-Season Ball only a week away it is vital to ensure all tickets and raffle money are paid for, returned and sorted. If you have any queries see Fay or another committee member and they can point you in the right direction.

This week we travel to Whitehorse Pioneers and whilst their Reserves sit well outside the four their Seniors sit undefeated and well ensconsed inside the top two. As their ground is one of the few we play on with a turf wicket it can sometimes throw up interesting games and conditions are weather dependant. With a bit of rain forecast in the lead up it could be a slog but this round will have a huge impact on the season with a lot of finals contenders playing each other. A win here could see us establish a bit of a break on the chasing pack and ensure we are well positioned to grab better ladder position if any of the sides around us slip up. We need the 4 points and must not settle for anything less.

Go Zebs!

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DIVISION 4 EAST BURWOOD: Last week saw the Rams make the short trip to Koonung Reserve to take on Nunawading.

EAST BURWOOD

The reserves were keen to get back on track after suffering their first loss of the season the previous week.

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.

An eight goal second quarter proved decisive with the Rams recording a comfortable victory. Leading goal kickers on the day were Jack Prelorenzo with six, James Nelson and Stephen Kennedy with three each. Best performances came from Yanni Griffiths, Adam Daley and Noah McCartin Collins. A big thank you to Under 19’s Aidan Winder and Liam Rodda for helping out after some late withdrawls. The seniors were looking to continue their unbeaten start to the season. After a seven goal opening quarter the result was never really in doubt. The most pleasing aspect of the display was to see fourteen different players hit the scoreboard. Adrian Gileno (7) and Max Wills (5) were the major goal kickers with Scott Davis, Jason Kennedy, Luke Brown and Brett Handreck the best performers on the day. This week sees top four side Kilsyth visit the Rams for what should be huge day at the East Burwood Reserve.

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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 5: SATURDAY 12 MAY 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

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

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

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DIVISION 4 GLEN WAVERLEY HAWKS: The Hawks travelled to Surrey Park looking to take two wins in perfect footy conditions, with our reserves lookin for their first win and the seniors looking to make it three on the trot. The undermaned Reserves team took the field, and after a poor start and an unfortunate injury to vice captain S.Murphy Surrey Park took a sizeable lead. Coming out of the main break, the boys looked to play for pride, with T.Pape controlling the backline and dominating the play for the entirety of the third quater, but come the fourth the boys ran out of gas, with no rotations giving Surrey the win. The seniors followed up with debutant N.Dore Playing his first senior game for the club, and after a strong start from the opponents, the boys fought back to take the lead going in to half time. The boys maintained the lead throughout the day and took the win by 18 points. The netball girls with some key outs had their first loss for the season at the hands of ferntree gully, and look to bounce back next week. We now turn to our next home game in Fair Park. Go Hawks!

GLEN WAVERLEY HAWKS Senior Coach: Ryan Flack Res Coach: Drew Withers Ground: Central Reserve, Springvale Road, Glen Waverley. (Melways 71 B5) Ph: 9887 9696 Colours: Blue jumper with gold and white side panels and gold hawk emblem, blue shorts. 1 Andrew Murray 2 Aaron Riddle 3 Mitchell Potts 4 Dan Eastman 5 Ryan Goold 6 Gavin Cruse 7 Jesse Dunne (C) 8 Billy Huxtable 9 Beau Parthenides 10 Daniel Eggington 11 Tom Eddy 12 Matthew Ferguson 12R Andrew Gellatly 13 Tim Cook 13R Oliver Wisniewski (RC) 14 Josh McMillan 15 Toby McMillan 16 Paul Tyler 17 Ryan Buttner 18 Jared Lapsley 19 Evan Pickering 20 Sam Parlapiano 21 Brad Riddle 22 Luke Broad 23 Tim Pape 24 Jason Pitts 25 Ben Sullivan 26 Andrew Humpries 28 Sean Williams 29 Brad Matthews 30 Ryan Newey 31 Jack Steinfort 32 Dave Edebohls 33 Joel Wille 34 Sean Murphy 35 Julian Wong 36 Ben Pickering Q1

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37 38 39 40 41 42 43 44 45 46 47 48 49 50 51 52 54 55 59

Paul Sinden (VC) Brandon Hodges James Clare Adam Amin Nick Dore Robbie Small Myles Viney Rhys Burton Zaal Khariwala Luke Sinden Jayden Hall Lachie Caldwell Lachie Sheaf Sam Buckley Yianni Malioris Dylan Wylde Campbell Gough Anthony Scarcella Will O’shea

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UNDER 19 Glen Waverley Eagles Coach: Andrew Pinto 1 4 5 6 7 11 15 16 17 18 19 20

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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)

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

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


DIVISION 4

ROUND 5: SATURDAY 12 MAY 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

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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

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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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DIVISION 4 SILVAN: Today we welcome the Surrey Park Football Club to Silvan and look forward to 3 highly competitive games. The club would like to take this opportunity to wish all our mum’s a very special and happy Mother’s Day for tomorrow. We acknowledge the many contributions the ladies make around our club and hope the boys do the right thing and deservedly spoil them. On the football front the Seniors led for most of the night but were over run in the dying minutes under lights against Fair Park. Whilst there was clear disappointment when the siren sounded, that narrow loss will hopefully galvanise the boys to strive harder for victory today. It was a memorable day for a local boy as Tyson Bissels stepped out for his first senior game taking the number of Colts to 3 who have played Senior footy already this year. Adding to that fact, all 3 played in the one game on the weekend which is a great sign of things to come. These young men are the future of the club and it is a credit to our coaching staff for giving them a taste of Senior footy. The reserves held on to record their 4th win of the season in a nail biter as they continue to entrench themselves in the top 5. The Colts also notched up a win which was even more so impressive considering 3 top line players were required in the senior game. Again we extend a warm welcome to the Surrey Park Football Club and all its members as well as our own and hope they enjoy the days action. Best of luck to all 3 sides. Go Cats!

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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 Q1

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 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

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

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

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DIVISION 4

ROUND 5: SATURDAY 12 MAY 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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Matthew Goodings Thomas Veitch Josh Hayes Tim Crilly Duncan Rudd Matthew McBride Edan Runge Alex Smith Joshua Bentley Mitchell Gale Dave Truong Justin Kitchingman Christopher Allen Liam Mooney Justin Robinson Conrad Dickson Mick Jones Sam Pentney Matthew Magee Zachary Flintoff Patrick McCaughan Liam Goodes Liam Williamson Ben Peters James Grey Will Grant Hans Anjou Jonathon Brisbane

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SURREY PARK: A win to the under 19’s last week over East Burwood got our day off to a great start. The boys are really playing very well and many of them will look for senior opportunities in the coming weeks. Dec Marshall kicked six, Parker Fox five and Ngong Arou four while Sam Naidu collected plenty of the ball. The reserves, recorded a strong win against Glen Waverly and with our regular forwards out Tom Rogers stepped up with five majors and Tom Veitch continued his strong form, it was also great to see Dean Spencer back on the park. The ‘Ones’ again worked hard and found a few extra avenues to goal, but fell short by 18 points. Kane Henden and Ryan Higgins were among our best. Today we head up the mountain to take on Silvan which will be important matches for all three sides. We look forward to the challenge and maybe saluting in all three grades for the first time this year Our sponsor of the week is Robert Clark – MP for Box Hill. Robert is a wonderful supporter of our club and is often up at the club supporting the boys. Thanks Robert for being part of the Surrey Family. 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. Entry for past players is $20, includes ground admission, a burger and a couple of beers! Saturday May 26th – Black & White Night – it’s back at the Box Hill Golf Club, book your ticket through the club! Go Surrey!

Q4

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

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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CONGRATULATIONS 300 EFL GAMES RODNEY WILLIAMS Congratulations Willo on your 300th EFL game today. Willo’s senior footy career began back in 1997 where he played one game in the reserves as a 15 year old before going on to play 16 senior games the following year. By this stage he had cemented himself as a senior player and went on to be one of our most dominant and reliable players for the next 9 years. After 11 seasons and one premiership Willo went to The Basin for a couple of years before returning to the club in 2010. He keeps trying to retire to the ressies but he just keeps on getting picked in the ones and is still giving his all for the club. Willo is not only a talented footaller but a great bloke to have around the club and we congratulate him on this fantastic achievement!! Last weeks game at Forrest Hill saw the better team on the day win in both games but a week is a long time in football and I have no doubt we’ll bounce back bigger and better today with two great wins! Thanks to the boys who stepped up at the last minute and pulled on the Coldy jumper once more to help us out...Patty Glassborow, Matty Stark, Andrew Heal & Daniel Sharp...much appreciated boys! The club has announced that as of last week we have a new club president in Ryan Kerr. Paul Walsh officially stepped down from his role due to work commitments that no longer afforded him the time to fulfil this role. We thank Paul for all the time and effort he has put into the club over the years and hope he gets back to his family sooner rather than later. We are very excited to have Ryan step up in to this role and have every faith in his ability to successfully lead our club with positivity and innovation!! #pres88 Club Merch is now available to buy/order. Please see Sam or Jamie for further details. SOCIAL CALENDAR May 26th - Sponsors Day June 2nd - Annual Ball The Budgie Smuggler $140pp all inclusive canapes, drinks and Cocktail Hour on arrival. See Kelly for tickets! This is a compulsory function for all players! Special mentions to everyone who attended, set up, packed up and cleaned up last Saturday night! It takes team work both on and off the field for a club to be successful and Saturday night showed we’re not just a footy team but a footy club!!

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

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

13 14 15 16 17 18 19 21 24 30 42

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

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DIVISION 4

ROUND 5: SATURDAY 12 MAY 2018

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

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

P 3 3 4 3 4 4 4 4 4 3 4

W 3 3 4 2 2 2 1 1 1 0 0

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

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

F 158 164 182 141 180 153 150 139 124 129 153

A 89 112 139 112 185 170 172 169 190 150 185

% 177.53 146.43 130.94 125.89 97.30 90.00 87.21 82.25 65.26 86.00 82.70

2018 Bendigo Bank Netball EFL Division 4 Pts 12 12 16 8 8 8 4 4 4 2 2

TEAM

P

W

L

D

F

A

%

Ferntree Gully White

4

4

0

0

102

69

147.83

Pts 16

GW Hawks Blue

4

3

1

0

131

75

174.67

12

Lilydale Blue

4

3

1

0

116

76

152.63

12

Heathmont Yellow

4

3

1

0

106

83

127.71

12

Forest Hill Zebras

4

2

2

0

126

100

126.00

8

North Ringwood Black

4

2

2

0

96

80

120.00

8

Nunawading Lions Maroon

4

1

2

1

100

108

92.59

6

Coldstream White

4

1

2

1

97

122

79.51

6

Ringwood White

4

0

4

0

77

118

65.25

0

Mulgrave Blue

4

0

4

0

51

171

29.82

0

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

P 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4

W 4 4 3 3 3 2 1 1 1 1 0 0

L 0 0 1 1 1 2 2 3 3 3 3 4

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

F 150 148 194 138 118 111 104 114 111 108 98 84

A 92 99 108 112 97 121 100 137 137 160 131 184

% 163.04 149.49 179.63 123.21 121.65 91.74 104.00 83.21 81.02 67.50 74.81 45.65

Pts 16 16 12 12 12 8 6 4 4 4 2 0

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

P 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4

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

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

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

F 113 136 112 87 73 96 105 80 77 69 98 56

A 80 132 71 63 70 99 98 83 91 85 122 108

% 141.25 103.03 157.75 138.10 104.29 96.97 107.14 96.39 84.62 81.18 80.33 51.85

Pts 14 12 10 10 10 10 6 6 6 6 4 2

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

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P 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4

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

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

D 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 2 2 1 1

F 130 121 67 84 104 65 68 58 68 61 57 64

A 54 71 44 53 91 57 66 93 101 100 92 125

% 240.74 170.42 152.27 158.49 114.29 114.04 103.03 62.37 67.33 61.00 61.96 51.20

Pts 14 14 14 10 10 10 6 6 4 4 2 2

2018 Bendigo Bank Netball EFL Division 5 TEAM

P

W

L

D

F

A

%

Wantirna S Devils White

4

4

0

0

134

51

262.75

Pts 16

Upper Ferntree Gully Red 4

3

0

1

127

40

317.50

14

South Belgrave Black

4

3

0

1

86

36

238.89

14

Heathmont Black

4

3

0

1

94

51

184.31

14

South Croydon Blue

4

2

1

1

46

40

115.00

10

The Basin Greens

4

2

2

0

106

99

107.07

8

Norwood Gold

4

1

2

1

53

64

82.81

6

Wantirna South Devils Black 4

1

2

1

60

76

78.95

6

Mitcham

1

2

1

46

69

66.67

6

4

Knox Falcons White

4

0

3

1

36

115

31.30

2

Lilydale Yellow

4

0

4

0

49

115

42.61

0

Ferntree Gully Yellow

4

0

4

0

55

136

40.44

0

2018 Bendigo Bank Netball EFL Division 6 TEAM

P

W

L

D

F

A

%

South Belgrave Red

3

3

0

0

102

30

340.00

12

Coldstream Black

3

3

0

0

122

38

321.05

12

GW Hawks Yellow

3

3

0

0

72

52

138.46

12

Park Orchards Black

3

2

1

0

82

58

141.38

8

Scoresby Shooters

3

1

2

0

64

49

130.61

4

Nunawading Lions Gold

3

1

2

0

75

63

119.05

4

Norwood White

3

1

2

0

76

81

93.83

4

Montrose Flames

3

1

2

0

45

116

38.79

4

The Basin Bears

3

0

3

0

43

117

36.75

0

Coldstream Red

3

0

3

0

27

104

25.96

0

71

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

2018 Bendigo Bank Netball EFL Division 1

NORWOOD BLACK V. WANTIRNA SOUTH DEVILS

BLACKBURN BLACK V. KILSYTH COUGARS

Round 4 - 4/05/2018 Norwood Black 9, 15, 23, 32 Wantirna South Devils 17, 29, 37, 49 Norwood Black Goals: L. Kapoglis 22, Z. Cant 5, C. Duke 4, T. Joseph 1 Wantirna South Devils Goals: S. Gibbs 25, R. Hickey 24

Round 4 - 4/05/2018 Blackburn Black 6, 11, 17, 18 Kilsyth Cougars 10, 21, 29, 37 Blackburn Black Goals: C. Cameron 14, M. Williamson 4 Kilsyth Cougars Goals: A. Grimes 17, I. Gill 15, A. Lennie 5 BORONIA GOLD V. SCORESBY STRIKERS

Round 4 - 4/05/2018 Mulgrave Yellow 9, 15, 25, 33 Montrose Demons 7, 20, 30, 44 Montrose Demons Goals: J. Ellwood 25, K. Terrill 11, J. Lee Baker 8

Round 4 - 4/05/2018 Boronia Gold 4, 8, 12, 21 Scoresby Strikers 8, 21, 32, 42 Boronia Gold Goals: J. Hall 13, C. Barnard 7, S. Grigg 1 Scoresby Strikers Goals: S. Richmond 22, M. Chadwick 20

HEATHMONT WHITE V. BLACKBURN RED

KNOX FALCONS V. COLDSTREAM GREY

Round 4 - 4/05/2018 Heathmont White 6, 15, 23, 32 Blackburn Red 10, 20, 30, 39 Heathmont White Goals: R. Goulding 22, Z. Abbruzzese 8, S. Abbruzzese 2 Blackburn Red Goals: S. Shaw 17, J. Domingo 15, A. Moore 7

Round 4 - 4/05/2018 Knox Falcons 8, 14, 23, 31 Coldstream Grey 8, 13, 18, 22 Knox Falcons Goals: J. Teunissen 19, K. Gifford 12 Coldstream Grey Goals: T. Collette 16, P. Rondinella 5, S. Werner 1

LILYDALE FALCONS V. FAIRPARK YELLOW

Round 4 - 4/05/2018 Park Orchards White Fairpark Red Park Orchards White Goals: P. Tomlins 18, E. Richards 11 Fairpark Red Goals: M. Williams 23, E. Williams 19

MULGRAVE YELLOW V. MONTROSE DEMONS

Round 4 - 4/05/2018 Lilydale Falcons 8, 17, 23, 33 Fairpark Yellow 13, 22, 40, 57 Lilydale Falcons Goals: K. Luiyf 29, S. Fotia 4 Fairpark Yellow Goals: V. Mclellan 34, C. Van Dreumel 23 WANTIRNA SOUTH DEVILS RESERVE V. SCORESBY SWOOPERS Round 4 - 4/05/2018 Wantirna South Devils Reserve 11, 20, 32, 44 Scoresby Swoopers 8, 17, 32, 48 Wantirna South Devils Reserve Goals: J. Graham 23, T. Barr 16, H. Gstrein 5 Scoresby Swoopers Goals: J. Kelly 24, B. Pilkington 11, J. De Ieso 11, J. Krawczyk 2

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PARK ORCHARDS WHITE V. FAIRPARK RED 8, 15, 22, 29 12, 20, 35, 42

FOREST HILL WHITE V. NORTH RINGWOOD Round 4 - 4/05/2018 Forest Hill White 4, 10, 12, 21 North Ringwood 10, 17, 33, 45 Forest Hill White Goals: Z. Lythgo 14, G. Abbott 6, E. Chin 1 North Ringwood Goals: J. Black 35, P. Stanley 10 WANTIRNA DEVILS GREEN V. SOUTH CROYDON RED Round 4 - 4/05/2018 Wantirna Devils Green South Croydon Red Wantirna Devils Green Goals: A. Ryan 9, P. Ford 4, C. Bates 4 South Croydon Red Goals: J. Sands 24, S. Stubbs 20

2, 4, 9, 17 9, 24, 36, 44


EASTLAND NETBALL RESULTS 2018 Bendigo Bank Netball EFL Division 2

2018 Bendigo Bank Netball EFL Division 3

THE BASIN REDS V. RINGWOOD RED

HEATHMONT BLUE V. KILSYTH COUGARS BLACK

Round 4 - 4/05/2018 The Basin Reds 13, 23, 30, 37 Ringwood Red 3, 5, 8, 10 The Basin Reds Goals: E. Gillies 14, M. Simpson 14, K. Watson 9 Ringwood Red Goals: M. Marnell 5, C. Barry 3, S. Van Raay 2 WAVERLEY BLUES V. SCORESBY SOARERS Round 4 - 4/05/2018 Waverley Blues 2, 9, 16, 19 Scoresby Soarers 11, 20, 32, 39 Waverley Blues Goals: A. Glare 11, S. Gregory 8 Scoresby Soarers Goals: N. Coleman 19, A. Goldsmith 17, N. Spriggs 3 LILYDALE GOLD V. WHITEHORSE PIONEERS Round 4 - 4/05/2018 Lilydale Gold Whitehorse Pioneers Lilydale Gold Goals: R. Mcnay 13, N. Neagle 8 Whitehorse Pioneers Goals: A. Russian 15, R. Brooks 7

8, 12, 14, 21 4, 9, 15, 22

5, 10, 17, 28 8, 23, 33, 43

KILSYTH COUGARS RED V. KNOX FALCONS BLACK Round 4 - 4/05/2018 Kilsyth Cougars Red 9, 18, 32, 41 Knox Falcons Black 15, 25, 42, 51 Kilsyth Cougars Red Goals: A. Hawkins 16, A. Hawkins 14, G. Ciancio 11 Knox Falcons Black Goals: J. Harfield 30 PARK ORCHARDS RED V. CROYDON Round 4 - 4/05/2018 Park Orchards Red 10, 17, 20, 25 Croydon 8, 20, 31, 42 Park Orchards Red Goals: E. Norman 14, M. Buckland 7, L. Gorfine 4 Croydon Goals: C. Dodd 23, B. Dodd 13, M. Higgins 6

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5, 9, 11, 17 6, 12, 17, 24

COLDSTREAM BLUE V. ROWVILLE Round 4 - 4/05/2018 Coldstream Blue Rowville Coldstream Blue Goals: L. Atkins 7, L. Beaton 5

0, 7, 9, 12 15, 21, 37, 46

BORONIA BROWN V. FERNTREE GULLY BLUE

FOREST HILL GREEN V. NORWOOD PURPLE Round 4 - 4/05/2018 Forest Hill Green Norwood Purple Forest Hill Green Goals: S. Bonsak 16, J. Giudice 12 Norwood Purple Goals: A. Beaton 31, D. Houghton 12

Round 4 - 4/05/2018 Heathmont Blue 5, 10, 16, 22 Kilsyth Cougars Black 1, 8, 12, 16 Heathmont Blue Goals: S. Crowe 10, R. Christiansen 9, S. Sheehy 3 Kilsyth Cougars Black Goals: C. Muller 10, S. Kayll 6

Round 4 - 4/05/2018 Boronia Brown 2, 8, 12, 14 Ferntree Gully Blue 13, 22, 31, 46 Boronia Brown Goals: D. Kemp 10, B. Martin 3, M. Mcmahon 1 Ferntree Gully Blue Goals: C. Morgan 23, A. Moxham 23 MULGRAVE RED V. VERMONT EAGLES Round 4 - 4/05/2018 Mulgrave Red Vermont Eagles Mulgrave Red Goals: L. Colosimo 8 Vermont Eagles Goals: K. Phillips 28, K. Morrison 8

7, 13, 22, 31 8, 19, 28, 36

RINGWOOD BLACK V. UPPER FERNTREE GULLY BLUE Round 4 - 4/05/2018 Ringwood Black Upper Ferntree Gully Blue Ringwood Black Goals: N. Sheath 17, E. Sinclair 8 Upper Ferntree Gully Blue C. Jackson 9

8, 14, 20, 25 7, 13, 19, 25

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LILYDALE BLUE V. NORTH RINGWOOD BLACK

SOUTH CROYDON BLUE V. WANTIRNA SOUTH DEVILS WHITE

Round 4 - 4/05/2018 Lilydale Blue 4, 10, 21, 27 North Ringwood Black 4, 6, 9, 12 Lilydale Blue Goals: A. Taylor 14, O. Nation 13 North Ringwood Black Goals: E. Pumpa 5, M. Murphy 4, C. Macartney 3 NUNAWADING LIONS MAROON V. FOREST HILL ZEBRAS

Round 4 - 4/05/2018 South Croydon Blue 3, 5, 9, 11 Wantirna South Devils White 6, 7, 15, 21 South Croydon Blue Goals: C. Taylor 6, C. Humphris 5 Wantirna South Devils White Goals: M. Stack 16, A. Lia 3, M. Perkins 2 KNOX FALCONS WHITE V. NORWOOD GOLD

Round 4 - 4/05/2018 Nunawading Lions Maroon 6, 15, 22, 30 Forest Hill Zebras 8, 14, 20, 25 Nunawading Lions Maroon Goals: B. Baxter 20, C. Nobile 9, M. Van Zuyden 1 Forest Hill Zebras Goals: L. Wilkinson 14, N. Armany 8, L. Williams 3

Round 4 - 4/05/2018 Knox Falcons White 5, 8, 10, 12 Norwood Gold 10, 18, 28, 35 Knox Falcons White Goals: T. Sutherland 7, C. Dahlstrom 4, S. Barbanti 1 Norwood Gold Goals: S. Gray 29, M. Johnson 2, L. Dale 2

COLDSTREAM WHITE V. RINGWOOD WHITE

FERNTREE GULLY YELLOW V. UPPER FERNTREE GULLY RED

Round 4 - 4/05/2018 Coldstream White 10, 21, 33, 42 Ringwood White 5, 10, 18, 25 Coldstream White Goals: E. Jakobs 24, M. Jakobs 18 Ringwood White Goals: K. Peters 17, L. Lewis 4, S. Rae Wilson 3, A. Allen 1

Round 4 - 4/05/2018 Ferntree Gully Yellow 3, 9, 11, 17 Upper Ferntree Gully Red 13, 26, 42, 48 Ferntree Gully Yellow Goals: A. Keaton 12, K. Farrell 5 Upper Ferntree Gully Red Goals: F. Hutchinson 30, N. Howse 9, A. Thomas 5, E. Hutchinson 4

GLEN WAVERLEY HAWKS BLUE V. FERNTREE GULLY WHITE

THE BASIN GREENS V. WANTIRNA SOUTH DEVILS BLACK

Round 4 - 4/05/2018 Glen Waverley Hawks Blue Ferntree Gully White Glen Waverley Hawks Blue Goals: M. Eastman 15, C. Hunt 2 Ferntree Gully White E. Mitchell 18

2, 10, 16, 17 7, 8, 16, 23

HEATHMONT YELLOW V. MULGRAVE BLUE Round 4 - 4/05/2018 Heathmont Yellow 8, 20, 26, 34 Mulgrave Blue 3, 7, 11, 15 Heathmont Yellow Goals: B. Capron 24, L. Moore 7, P. Gillespie 3

Round 4 - 4/05/2018 The Basin Greens 16, 25, 32, 40 Wantirna South Devils Black 6, 14, 18, 21 Wantirna South Devils Black Goals: K. Mazurek 11, N. Johnston 7, M. Morse 3 LILYDALE YELLOW V. HEATHMONT BLACK Round 4 - 4/05/2018 Lilydale Yellow 3, 9, 14, 18 Heathmont Black 7, 10, 19, 32 Lilydale Yellow Goals: S. Osborn 9, M. Theron 4, J. Young 3, H. Burke 2 Heathmont Black Goals: P. Lesiputty 19, S. Grace 7, O. Lesiputty 6 MITCHAM V. SOUTH BELGRAVE BLACK Round 4 - 4/05/2018 Mitcham South Belgrave Black Mitcham Goals: J. Repalust 9, M. Mitchell 4 South Belgrave Black Goals: M. Cook 11, P. Morley 5

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EASTLAND JUNIOR LADDERS 17 Premier 2018

17C 2018

TEAM

P

W

L

D

B

%Won

L5

TEAM

P

W

L

D

B

%Won

L5

Mooroolbark

3

3

0

0

1

100.00

WWW

Forest Hill

4

4

0

0

0

100.00

WWWW

Rowville Hawks

4

3

1

0

0

75.00

WWWL

Waverley Blues

4

4

0

0

0

100.00

WWWW

Noble Park Blue

3

2

1

0

1

66.67

LWW

Montrose

4

4

0

0

0

100.00

WWWW

Vermont

3

2

1

0

1

66.67

LWW

Kilsyth

4

2

2

0

0

50.00

LWWL

Blackburn Black

4

2

2

0

0

50.00

WLLW

Wantirna South

4

1

3

0

0

25.00

WLLL

Knox Red

4

0

4

0

0

0.00

LLLL

Vermont Purple

4

1

3

0

0

25.00

LLLW

Norwood Black

3

0

3

0

1

0.00

LLL

East Ringwood White

4

0

4

0

0

0.00

LLLL

Bayswater

4

0

4

0

0

0.00

LLLL

TEAM

P

17A 2018

17D 2018

TEAM

P

W

L

D

B

%Won

L5

W

L

D

B

%Won

L5

East Ringwood Blue

4

4

0

0

0

100.00

WWWW

Norwood Purple

3

3

0

0

1

100.00

WWW

East Burwood

4

3

1

0

0

75.00

WLWW

Blackburn Red

3

2

1

0

1

66.67

WWL

The Knights - Rowville

4

3

1

0

0

75.00

LWWW

Rowville Gold

3

2

1

0

1

66.67

WWL

The Basin Red

4

2

2

0

0

50.00

WWLL

Knox Black

3

2

1

0

1

66.67

WLW

GW Rovers Black

4

1

1

2

0

50.00

DWDL

Upper FTG Red

4

2

2

0

0

50.00

LWWL

Lysterfield Teal

4

1

3

0

0

25.00

LLLW

The Basin Green

4

1

3

0

0

25.00

LLLW

Donvale

4

0

3

1

0

12.50

LLDL

Noble Park Gold

4

0

4

0

0

0.00

LLLL

Upper Ferntree Gully Blue

4

0

3

1

0

12.50

DLLL

TEAM

P

W

L

D

B

%Won

L5

TEAM

P

W

L

D

B

%Won

L5

Lilydale Blue

4

4

0

0

0

100.00

WWWW

Lilydale Gold

4

4

0

0

0

100.00

WWWW

FTG Eagles Blue

4

3

1

0

0

75.00

WWWL

FTG Eagles White

4

3

1

0

0

75.00

WWWL

South Croydon

4

3

1

0

0

75.00

WLWW

Scoresby Knights

4

2

2

0

0

50.00

LWLW

Boronia

4

3

1

0

0

75.00

WLWW

Eastern Lions

4

1

3

0

0

25.00

WLLL

North Ringwood

4

2

2

0

0

50.00

LWLW

GW Rovers White

4

1

3

0

0

25.00

LLWL

Heathmont

4

1

3

0

0

25.00

LWLL

Lysterfield Grey

4

1

3

0

0

25.00

LLLW

Chirnside Park

4

0

4

0

0

0.00

LLLL

Mitcham

4

0

4

0

0

0.00

LLLL

17B 2018

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14A 2018

TEAM

P

W

L

D

B

%Won

L5

TEAM

P

W

L

D

B

%Won

L5

Lysterfield Teal

4

3

1

0

0

75.00

WWWL

East Ringwood Blue

4

4

0

0

0

100.00

WWWW

East Ringwood Blue

4

3

1

0

0

75.00

WWLW

Lysterfield Teal

4

4

0

0

0

100.00

WWWW

Blackburn Black

4

3

1

0

0

75.00

WWLW

GW Rovers Black

4

2

2

0

0

50.00

WLWL

Vermont Purple

4

3

1

0

0

75.00

WLWW

North Ringwood Red

4

2

2

0

0

50.00

WLLW

North Ringwood

4

2

2

0

0

50.00

LLWW

Waverley Blues

4

2

2

0

0

50.00

LWWL

East Burwood

4

1

3

0

0

25.00

LWLL

Croydon

4

1

3

0

0

25.00

LWLL

Ferntree Gully Eagles Blue

4

1

3

0

0

25.00

LLWL

Rowville Hawks

4

1

3

0

0

25.00

LLLW

Heathmont

4

0

4

0

0

0.00

LLLL

Mooroolbark

4

0

4

0

0

0.00

LLLL

15B 2018

14B 2018

TEAM

P

W

L

D

B

%Won

L5

The Basin

3

3

0

0

1

100.00

WWW

Wantirna South

3

3

0

0

1

100.00

WWW

Chirnside Park

3

2

1

0

1

66.67

WLW

Lilydale

3

2

1

0

1

66.67

LWW

Glen Waverley Rovers

4

1

3

0

0

25.00

WLLL

Mooroolbark

4

1

3

0

0

25.00

LLWL

Waverley Blues

4

0

4

0

0

0.00

LLLL

TEAM

P

W

L

D

B

%Won

L5

Vermont

4

4

0

0

0

100.00

WWWW

The Basin

4

4

0

0

0

100.00

WWWW

Heathmont

4

3

1

0

0

75.00

WLWW

Kilsyth

4

3

1

0

0

75.00

LWWW

The Knights - Rowville

4

2

2

0

0

50.00

WWLL

Upper Ferntree Gully

4

0

4

0

0

0.00

LLLL

Bayswater

4

0

4

0

0

0.00

LLLL

Boronia

4

0

4

0

0

0.00

LLLL

TEAM

P

W

L

D

B

%Won

L5

Coldstream

3

3

0

0

1

100.00

WWW

Chirnside Park

4

3

1

0

0

75.00

WWWL

Blackburn

4

3

1

0

0

75.00

LWWW

Lilydale

3

2

1

0

1

66.67

WLW

Mitcham

3

1

2

0

1

33.33

LLW

Donvale

4

0

4

0

0

0.00

LLLL

Ferntree Gully Eagles

3

0

3

0

1

0.00

LLL

TEAM

P

W

L

D

B

%Won

L5

4

4

0

0

0

100.00

WWWW

15C 2018 TEAM

P

W

L

D

B

%Won

L5

Donvale

4

4

0

0

0

100.00

WWWW

Croydon

3

3

0

0

1

100.00

WWW

Knox

4

3

1

0

0

75.00

WWWL

Rowville

3

2

1

0

1

66.67

WLW

Montrose

3

1

2

0

1

33.33

WLL

Mitcham

3

1

2

0

1

33.33

LWL

Upper Ferntree Gully

4

1

3

0

0

25.00

LLWL

14C 2018

FTG Eagles White

4

1

3

0

0

25.00

LLLW

South Croydon

4

0

4

0

0

0.00

LLLL

TEAM

P

W

L

D

B

%Won

L5

Scoresby/ Lysterfield

4

4

0

0

0

100.00

WWWW

East Ringwood White

East Ringwood White

4

3

1

0

0

75.00

WLWW

Wantirna South

4

3

1

0

0

75.00

WWLW

Kilsyth

4

2

2

0

0

50.00

WWLL

Lysterfield Grey

4

3

1

0

0

75.00

WLWW

15D 2018

14D 2018

Vermont Gold

4

2

2

0

0

50.00

LWWL

Montrose

4

3

1

0

0

75.00

LWWW

Norwood

4

1

3

0

0

25.00

LLLW

Forest Hill

4

2

2

0

0

50.00

WLWL

Blackburn Red

4

0

4

0

0

0.00

LLLL

Knox

3

1

2

0

0

33.33

WLL

GW Rovers White

4

0

4

0

0

0.00

LLLL

North Ringwood Black

4

0

4

0

0

0.00

LLLL

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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

4

4

0

0

0

100.00

WWWW

Mitcham

4

4

0

0

0

100.00

WWWW

Mooroolbark Green

4

4

0

0

0

100.00

WWWW

Croydon Blue

4

4

0

0

0

100.00

WWWW

Blackburn Black

4

3

1

0

0

75.00

WWWL

Glen Waverley Rovers

4

3

1

0

0

75.00

WWWL

Vermont Purple

4

2

2

0

0

50.00

WLLW

Vermont Purple

4

3

1

0

0

75.00

LWWW

North Ringwood Red

4

1

3

0

0

25.00

LWLL

Lysterfield Teal

4

1

3

0

0

25.00

WLLL

Ferntree Gully Eagles Blue

4

1

3

0

0

25.00

LLWL

Blackburn Black

4

1

3

0

0

25.00

LLLW

Lysterfield Teal

4

1

3

0

0

25.00

LLLW

Norwood

4

0

4

0

0

0.00

LLLL

Upper Ferntree Gully

4

0

4

0

0

0.00

LLLL

Glen Waverley Hawks

4

0

4

0

0

0.00

LLLL

13B 2018

12B 2018

TEAM

P

W

L

D

B

%Won

L5

Lilydale

4

3

1

0

0

75.00

WWWL

Glen Waverley Rovers

4

3

1

0

0

75.00

WWLW

Waverley Blues

4

3

1

0

0

75.00

WLWW

Wantirna South

4

3

1

0

0

75.00

LWWW

The Knights - Rowville

4

2

2

0

0

50.00

LLWW

Croydon

4

1

3

0

0

25.00

WLLL

Montrose Blue

4

1

3

0

0

25.00

LWLL

East Burwood

4

0

4

0

0

0.00

LLLL

TEAM

P

W

L

D

B

%Won

L5

North Ringwood

4

3

1

0

0

75.00

WWWL

Knox

4

3

1

0

0

75.00

WLWW

The Knights - Rowville

4

3

1

0

0

75.00

LWWW

Heathmont Blue

4

2

1

1

0

62.50

WWDL

The Basin Red

4

2

1

1

0

62.50

LWDW

Chirnside Park

4

1

3

0

0

25.00

WLLL

East Ringwood Blue

3

0

3

0

0

0.00

LLL

Donvale

3

0

3

0

0

0.00

LLL

13C 2018

12C 2018

TEAM

P

W

L

D

B

%Won

L5

Knox

4

4

0

0

0

100.00

WWWW

Vermont Gold

4

4

0

0

0

100.00

WWWW

FTG Eagles White

4

3

1

0

0

75.00

WWWL

Mitcham

4

3

1

0

0

75.00

LWWW

Forest Hill

4

2

2

0

0

50.00

WLLW

Kilsyth

4

2

2

0

0

50.00

LWLW

Heathmont

4

1

3

0

0

25.00

WLLL

The Basin

4

1

3

0

0

25.00

LLWL

East Ringwood White

4

0

4

0

0

0.00

LLLL

Donvale

4

0

4

0

0

0.00

LLLL

TEAM

P

W

L

D

B

%Won

L5

Wantirna South

4

4

0

0

0

100.00

WWWW

East Burwood

4

4

0

0

0

100.00

WWWW

Lilydale

4

3

1

0

0

75.00

WLWW

Rowville

4

3

1

0

0

75.00

LWWW

Kilsyth

4

1

3

0

0

25.00

WLLL

Mooroolbark

4

1

3

0

0

25.00

LWLL

Upper Ferntree Gully

4

0

4

0

0

0.00

LLLL

Ferntree Gully Eagles

4

0

4

0

0

0.00

LLLL

12D 2018 13D 2018

TEAM

P

W

L

D

B

%Won

L5

Coldstream

4

4

0

0

0

100.00

WWWW

0

1

100.00

WWW

0

0

75.00

WWLW

0

1

66.67

LWW

0

1

33.33

WLL

2

0

1

33.33

LWL

1

3

0

0

25.00

LWLL

4

1

3

0

0

25.00

LLWL

4

0

4

0

0

0.00

LLLL

TEAM

P

W

L

D

B

%Won

L5

Blackburn Red

4

4

0

0

0

100.00

WWWW

Waverley Blues

3

3

0

Lysterfield Grey

4

3

1

0

0

75.00

WWWL

South Croydon Blues

4

3

1

Mooroolbark Gold

4

3

1

0

0

75.00

WLWW

The Basin Green

3

2

1

Eastern Lions

4

2

2

0

0

50.00

WWLL

Blackburn Red

3

1

2

Bayswater

4

2

2

0

0

50.00

LLWW

Vermont Gold

3

1

Coldstream

4

1

3

0

0

25.00

LWLL

Lysterfield Grey

4

Vermont Eagles

4

1

3

0

0

25.00

LLLW

Heathmont Gold

North Ringwood Black

4

0

4

0

0

0.00

LLLL

Boronia

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P 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5

W 5 4 4 3 3 3 2 2 2 2 0 0

L 0 1 1 2 2 2 3 3 3 3 5 5

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

FOR 622 499 375 412 523 423 467 437 406 359 340 230

AGST 319 366 279 337 478 401 462 461 478 476 462 574

DIVISION 2 SENIORS % 194.98 136.34 134.41 122.26 109.41 105.49 101.08 94.79 84.94 75.42 73.59 40.07

PTS 20 16 16 12 12 12 8 8 8 8 0 0

Round 5 - May 5 South Croydon 19.12-126 defeat Norwood 8.14-62 Knox 1.6-12 defeat by Vermont 25.11-161 Blackburn 19.11-125 defeat North Ringwood 10.6-66 Noble Park 10.9-69 defeat Montrose 10.7-67 Doncaster 6.10-46 defeat by Balwyn 10.11-71 Rowville 10.11-71 defeat East Ringwood 5.6-36

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

P 5 5 4 5 5 4 5 5 4 4

W 5 4 3 3 3 2 2 1 0 0

L 0 1 1 2 2 2 3 4 4 4

D 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

FOR 470 551 350 434 458 329 380 328 194 163

AGST 285 318 254 339 372 313 368 450 448 510

% 164.91 173.27 137.80 128.02 123.12 105.11 103.26 72.89 43.30 31.96

PTS % Won 20 100.00 16 80.00 12 75.00 12 60.00 12 60.00 8 50.00 8 40.00 4 20.00 0 0.00 0 0.00

Round 5 - May 5 Croydon 10.6-66 defeat by Doncaster East 23.11-149 Mooroolbark 11.9-75 defeat by Bayswater 13.13-91 Wantirna South 9.6-60 defeat by Lilydale 9.12-66

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

P 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5

W 5 5 4 4 3 2 2 2 2 1 0 0

L 0 0 1 1 2 3 3 3 3 4 5 5

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

FOR 601 388 426 354 247 321 230 230 213 138 226 177

AGST 132 155 179 210 403 299 308 317 429 403 262 454

% 455.30 250.32 237.99 168.57 61.29 107.36 74.68 72.56 49.65 34.24 86.26 38.99

PTS 20 20 16 16 12 8 8 8 8 4 0 0

Round 5 - May 5 South Croydon 8.15-63 defeat Norwood 9.1-55 Knox 1.3-9 defeat by Vermont 22.12-144 Blackburn 15.20-110 defeat North Ringwood 2.6-18 Noble Park 7.6-48 defeat by Montrose 6.13-49 Doncaster 14.8-92 defeat Balwyn 5.4-34 Rowville 20.12-132 defeat East Ringwood 1.3-9

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

P 5 5 4 5 4 5 4 4 5 5

W 5 5 3 3 2 2 1 1 1 0

L 0 0 1 2 2 3 3 3 4 5

D 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

F 355 305 225 352 238 223 150 157 178 229

A 179 171 124 211 138 265 260 314 403 347

% 198.32 178.36 181.45 166.82 172.46 84.15 57.69 50.00 44.17 65.99

Pts 20 20 12 12 8 8 4 4 4 0

% Won 100.00 100.00 75.00 60.00 50.00 40.00 25.00 25.00 20.00 0.00

Pts 16 16 16 12 12 8 4 4 4 0

% Won 100.00 80.00 80.00 75.00 60.00 40.00 25.00 25.00 20.00 0.00

Round 5 - May 5 Croydon 23.11-149 defeat Doncaster East 2.2-14 Mooroolbark 8.8-56 defeat Bayswater 4.6-30 Wantirna South 14.11-95 defeat Lilydale 8.7-55

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

P 5 5 5 4 5 4 5 3 4

W 5 4 4 2 2 1 1 0 0

L 0 1 1 1 3 3 4 2 4

D 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 1 0

FOR 537 437 470 314 351 174 226 118 91

AGST 136 199 274 123 381 300 561 194 550

% 394.85 219.60 171.53 255.28 92.13 58.00 40.29 60.82 16.55

Round 5 - May 5 Knox 26.15-171 defeat Vermont 3.1-19 Blackburn 26.15-171 defeat North Ringwood 3.1-19 Noble Park 26.15-171 defeat Montrose 3.1-19 Rowville 16.18-114 defeat Balwyn 3.1-19

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PTS 20 16 16 10 8 4 4 2 0

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

P 4 5 5 4 5 5 4 4 5 5

W 4 4 4 3 3 2 1 1 1 0

L 0 1 1 1 2 3 3 3 4 5

D 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

F 347 474 302 169 379 289 250 159 245 202

A 84 173 257 148 170 373 344 331 435 501

% 413.10 273.99 117.51 114.19 222.94 77.48 72.67 48.04 56.32 40.32

Round 5 - May 5 Croydon 18.15-123 defeat Doncaster East 3.5-23 Mooroolbark 8.15-63 defeat Bayswater 8.6-54 Wantirna South 7.2-44 defeat by Lilydale 13.11-89


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

P 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5

W L D FOR AGST % 5 0 0 484 216 224.07 5 0 0 440 243 181.07 4 1 0 558 235 237.45 4 1 0 472 306 154.25 2 3 0 334 320 104.38 2 3 0 329 346 95.09 2 3 0 312 334 93.41 2 3 0 350 406 86.21 2 3 0 267 412 64.81 1 4 0 299 483 61.90 1 4 0 295 490 60.20 0 5 0 217 566 38.34 Round 5 - May 5 The Basin 9.10-64 defeat by Heathmont 12.12-84 Ringwood 15.18-108 defeat Donvale 6.9-45 Chirnside Park 2.6-18 defeat by Boronia 22.13-145 Scoresby 17.15-117 defeat Waverley Blues 3.10-28 Templestowe 11.10-76 defeat Ferntree Gully 8.8-56 Warrandyte 10.5-65 defeat South Belgrave 9.6-60

DIVISION 4 SENIORS PTS 20 20 16 16 8 8 8 8 8 4 4 0

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

P 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5

W 5 5 3 3 3 3 2 1 0 0

L 0 0 2 2 2 2 3 4 5 5

D 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

FOR 562 488 533 496 463 394 401 421 300 176

AGST 270 267 331 314 385 365 413 474 503 912

% 208.15 182.77 161.03 157.96 120.26 107.95 97.09 88.82 59.64 19.30

PTS 20 20 12 12 12 12 8 4 0 0

Round 5 - May 5 Forest Hill 20.12-132 defeat Coldstream 9.11-65 Nunawading 7.2-44 defeat by East Burwood 33.26-224 Kilsyth 5.7-37 defeat by Whitehorse Pioneers 10.7-67 Surrey Park 10.10-70 defeat by Glen Waverley Hawks 12.16-88 Fair Park 13.12-90 defeat Silvan 11.15-81

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

P 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5

W L D FOR AGST % 5 0 0 400 133 300.75 5 0 0 457 158 289.24 4 1 0 424 156 271.79 4 1 0 437 190 230.00 3 2 0 262 275 95.27 2 3 0 187 219 85.39 2 3 0 247 302 81.79 2 3 0 204 427 47.78 1 4 0 279 348 80.17 1 4 0 208 315 66.03 1 4 0 178 279 63.80 0 5 0 102 583 17.50 Round 5 - May 5 Ringwood 9.11-65 defeat Donvale 4.9-33 Chirnside Park 3.6-24 defeat by Boronia 19.9-123 Scoresby 12.15-87 defeat Waverley Blues 4.6-30 Templestowe 8.8-56 defeat by Ferntree Gully 9.3-57 Warrandyte 19.18-132 defeat South Belgrave 3.2-20 The Basin 5.6-36 defeat Heathmont 4.8-32

PTS 20 20 16 16 12 8 8 8 4 4 4 0

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

P 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5

W 5 5 4 4 3 3 1 0 0 0

L 0 0 1 1 2 2 4 5 5 5

D 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

FOR 418 299 396 300 333 289 246 166 189 159

AGST 218 168 150 235 218 236 306 369 473 422

% 191.74 177.98 264.00 127.66 152.75 122.46 80.39 44.99 39.96 37.68

PTS 20 20 16 16 12 12 4 0 0 0

Round 5 - May 5 Forest Hill 13.16-94 defeat Coldstream 6.5-41 Nunawading 4.3-27 defeat by East Burwood 20.13-133 Kilsyth 11.5-71 defeat Whitehorse Pioneers 4.10-34 Surrey Park 16.15-111 defeat Glen Waverley Hawks 4.3-27 Fair Park 9.5-59 defeat by Silvan 10.10-70

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

W L D FOR AGST % 4 0 0 363 131 277.10 4 1 0 300 199 150.75 3 1 0 279 175 159.43 3 1 0 223 151 147.68 3 2 0 389 333 116.82 2 2 0 335 160 209.38 2 2 0 183 290 63.10 1 3 0 277 286 96.85 1 4 0 233 380 61.32 1 4 0 198 417 47.48 0 4 0 161 419 38.42 Round 5 - May 5 Chirnside Park 5.4-34 defeat by Boronia 12.16-88 Scoresby 5.7-37 defeat by Waverley Blues 11.15-81 Templestowe 10.20-80 defeat Ferntree Gully 8.1-49 Warrandyte 1.6-12 defeat by South Belgrave 13.11-89 The Basin 6.7-43 defeat by Heathmont 8.7-55

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P 4 5 4 4 5 4 4 4 5 5 4

PTS 16 16 12 12 12 8 8 4 4 4 0

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

P 5 5 5

W 5 4 3

L 0 1 2

D 0 0 0

FOR 466 453 361

AGST 151 167 220

% 308.61 271.26 164.09

PTS 20 16 12

5

2

3

0

257

270

95.19

8

5 5

1 0

4 5

0 0

214 117

557 503

38.42 23.26

4 0

Round 5 - May 5 Park Orchards 8.9-57 defeat Whitehorse/Sth Croydon 7.11-53 Surrey Park 28.13-181 defeat by East Burwood 4.3-27 Fair Park 4.7-31 defeat by Silvan 13.12-90

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DIVISION 3 - ROUND 5

South Croydon 4.0-24 11.6-72 14.10-94 19.12-126 Norwood 1.4-10 4.6-30 5.9-39 8.14-62 South Croydon Goal Kickers: M. King 5, P. Rosier 3, D. Cooper 2, J. Tucker, D. Walker, R. Mallison, M. Jones, L. Cox, A. Birch, J. Cass, F. Anderson, J. Pongracic Best Players: A. Birch, F. Anderson, J. Pongracic, D. Marshall, D. King, M. King Norwood Goal Kickers: L. Williams 5, A. Calder, J. Gysberts, D. Stewart Best Players: J. Kroussoratis, M. Pearson, J. Newman, J. Bennell, S. Hill, L. Williams Knox 1.2-8 1.5-11 1.6-12 1.6-12 Vermont 7.2-44 11.4-70 19.8-122 25.11-161 Knox Goal Kickers: R. Maibaum Best Players: R. Wilson, T. Walton, M. Northe, L. Woodward, J. Rafferty, D. Wilson Vermont Goal Kickers: B. Eddy 7, A. Ainger 6, K. McConnon 4, T. Schneider, J. Krikas, C. McCafferty, C. Purdy, D. Crocker, M. Garvin, J. Collopy, L. Johns Best Players: T. Schneider, A. Ainger, B. Eddy, A. Parker, M. Knoll, D. Crocker Blackburn 5.3-33 9.6-60 13.8-86 19.11-125 North Ringwood 3.1-19 4.1-25 8.3-51 10.6-66 Blackburn Goal Kickers: J. Hammond 8, J. Harkins 3, P. Lawlor 2, R. Bathie, S. Hudson, T. Watkins, M. Doreian, X. Murphy, J. Soccio Best Players: K. Dove, J. Noone, B. Daniher, J. Hammond, M. Doreian, X. Murphy North Ringwood Goal Kickers: J. Hoegel 4, C. Dunne 2, A. Sharp, J. Vanunen, L. Taylor, J. Rouget Best Players: H. Decker, J. Sharp, J. Hoegel, A. MacKinnon Noble Park 3.3-21 4.5-29 7.7-49 10.9-69 Montrose 2.1-13 6.4-40 8.5-53 10.7-67 Noble Park Goal Kickers: P. Wright 3, B. Lambert 2, K. Kean, J. Marson, T. Glen, H. Thomas, J. Sketcher Best Players: J. Gains, J. Sketcher, B. Lambert, L. Nelson, L. Bull, J. Gee Montrose Goal Kickers: B. Schilling 4, J. Bastinac 3, R. Hams, T. Jones, S. Gibson Best Players: T. Jones, J. Bastinac, J. Lindgren, S. Gibson, A. Ewart, R. Emberson Doncaster 0.3-3 1.5-11 4.6-30 6.10-46 Balwyn 2.2-14 6.6-42 7.9-51 10.11-71 Doncaster Goal Kickers: T. Bartholomew 4, A. Rambaldi, C. Annakis Best Players: B. Marganis, T. Bartholomew, T. Vander Haar, A. Rambaldi, C. Annakis, M. Schimmelbusch Balwyn Goal Kickers: C. Manuel 3, L. Barker 3, J. Chirgwin, C. Haley, T. Davis, J. Gobbels Best Players: S. Cross, T. Gilchrist, C. Manuel, S. Tregear, K. Pendlebury , C. Andersen Rowville 0.4-4 2.6-18 7.8-50 10.11-71 East Ringwood 1.3-9 3.4-22 4.6-30 5.6-36 Rowville Goal Kickers: A. Frawley 2, L. McDonald 2, M. Seedsman 2, J. McDonald, M. Traynor, M. Davey, L. Daidone Best Players: A. Frawley, J. Kinder, J. Cyster, S. Georgiou, M. Davey, M. Seedsman East Ringwood Goal Kickers: L. Osborne, J. Battaglene, D. Belo, R. Groves, L. Kinsella Best Players: T. Tweedie, L. Kinsella, C. Cerni, A. Urban, J. Battaglene, L. Osborne

DIVISION 2 - ROUND 5 Croydon

2.1-13

4.3-27

6.4-40

10.6-66

Doncaster East

3.3-12

12.7-79

21.8-134

23.11-149

Croydon Goal Kickers: M. Herman 3, J. Ficorilli 2, L. Styles, O. Adams, R. Britton, E. Wadsworth, B. Hotker Best Players: E. Wadsworth, J. Grant, O. Adams, M. Herman, F. Smith Doncaster East Goal Kickers: M. Steven 9, T. Gordon 4, J. Papaconstantinou 3, L. Murphy 2, J. Appleby, C. Lucas, J. Smith, N. Batsanis, A. Ceravolo Best Players: M. Steven, J. Appleby, T. Gordon, S. White, S. Gold Mooroolbark

2.1-13

4.4-28

7.6-48

11.9-75

Bayswater

4.3-27

8.5-53

10.10-70

13.13-91

Mooroolbark Goal Kickers: T. Wright 3, T. Georgiou, J. Egan, D. Kelly, A. Beddoes, P. Hager, M. Polkinghorne, M. Musa, G. Stephens Best Players: T. Wright, J. Cutting, K. Noonan, D. Kelly, A. Beddoes, G. Stephens Bayswater

Goal Kickers: M. Cunningham 4, B. Searle 2, K. Millar 2, A. Cotte, Z. Leacy, J. Callanan, K. Lopo, W. McInerney Best Players: B. White, H. Schroeder, M. Cunningham, D. Eddy, B. Searle, D. Kitto

Wantirna South Lilydale

1.2-8

5.4-34

8.6-54

9.6-60

2.5-17

4.6-30

8.9-57

9.12-66

Wantirna South Goal Kickers: N. Denes 2, A. Papa, L. Grima, J. Hudson, N. Jackson, L. Williams, P. Cahill, D. Cromb Best Players: B. Walker, N. Jackson, A. Papa, J. Hudson, S. Young, N. Denes Lilydale

Goal Kickers: T. Klaas-Henry 3, B. Droessler, C. Morison, L. Halse, J. Clements, B. Mitchener, R. McNay Best Players: D. Wootton, P. Klep, B. Lowe, J. Healy, S. Horsley, Z. Kennedy

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The Basin 2.6-18 5.8-38 7.9-51 9.10-64 Heathmont 3.1-19 5.5-35 9.10-64 12.12-84 The Basin Goal Kickers: L. Cripps 4, B. Dowler 2, M. Kruger, J. Kean, D. Galante Best Players: J. Brown, L. Cripps, J. Morris, J. Adams, D. Galante, D. Makin Heathmont Goal Kickers: F. Brown 3, B. English 3, R. Young 3, L. Odermatt 2, J. Knudsen Best Players: M. Decler, R. Young, B. English , B. Abbruzzese, B. Honey, D. Sverns Ringwood 1.4-10 5.6-36 11.13-79 15.18-108 Donvale 1.1-7 5.3-33 5.5-35 6.9-45 Ringwood Goal Kickers: J. Cairns 5, T. Farmer 4, D. Jordanov, D. Atwell, M. Jackson, M. Farmer, Z. Callinan, D. Hill Best Players: J. Cairns, K. Matthews, D. Atwell, T. Farmer, N. Cairns, D. Jordanov Donvale Goal Kickers: N. Murphy 2, M. Sutherland, P. Dillon, B. Lyall, N. Mill Best Players: M. Fife, S. Coghlan, D. Jones, B. Lyall, J. Rowe, J. Hayward Chirnside Park 0.2-2 1.3-9 2.4-16 2.6-18 Boronia 7.5-47 11.6-72 16.8-104 22.13-145 Chirnside Park Goal Kickers: D. Lewis, C. Mitchell Best Players: J. Coulthard, A. Mcnab, S. King, K. Urquhart, W. Rakei, D. Prizmic Boronia Goal Kickers: Z. Robinson 5, L. Hannon 3, B. Rapisarda 2, J. Paterson 2, N. Allen 2, J. Collins, B. Robertson, R. Henderson, R. White, D. Fairchild, J. Lake, L. McKernan, J. Hannon Best Players: Z. Robinson, T. Steele, L. McKernan, J. Lake, B. Robertson, A. Phillips Scoresby 5.3-33 9.7-61 13.11-89 17.15-117 Waverley Blues 0.0 2.4-16 2.6-18 3.10-28 Scoresby Goal Kickers: D. Hehir 5, N. Hicks 3, M. Williams 2, M. Krawczyk 2, P. Chadwick, J. Hicks, B. Legg, D. Evans-Marcius, A. Bronsgeest Best Players: J. Ryall, M. Krawczyk , J. Hicks, A. Bronsgeest, D. Hehir, P. Chadwick Waverley Blues Goal Kickers: J. Dear 2, J. Taberner Best Players: J. Twycross, J. Taberner, J. Coghlan, J. O’’Connell, B. Walker, T. Gill Templestowe 2.2-14 2.3-15 6.7-43 11.10-76 Ferntree Gully 4.1-25 7.5-47 7.6-48 8.8-56 Templestowe Goal Kickers: D. Pearce 4, O. Lodge 2, T. May, D. Cripps, D. Arangio, M. Nagel, R. Swan Best Players: S. Harris, D. Cripps, D. Pearce, J. Wilson, A. Brown, R. Urquhart Ferntree Gully Goal Kickers: L. Boyle 3, K. Gray 2, M. Edwards 2, L. Kennedy Best Players: M. Tsirtsikos, A. Barton-Smith, L. Boyle, J. Crowe, K. Gray Warrandyte 5.0-30 7.3-45 9.4-58 10.5-65 South Belgrave 3.0-18 4.2-26 7.5-47 9.6-60 Warrandyte Goal Kickers: L. Dunn 2, N. Brooking 2, M. Buckley, J. Meyers, M. Cullum, L. Buckley, A. Briffa, S. Philip-Owen Best Players: J. Powell, L. Oliver, T. Naughtin, M. Buckley, N. Brooking, J. Beasley South Belgrave Goal Kickers: A. Bakens 3, R. Punnett, J. Visser, M. Horton, J. Kidd, J. Brettoner, J. Robertson Best Players: J. Brettoner, T. Burley, J. Visser, P. Jeffree, J. Kidd, R. Daraio

DIVISION 4 - ROUND 5 Forest Hill 4.0-24 9.3-57 15.8-98 20.12-132 Coldstream 1.3-9 3.7-25 5.8-38 9.11-65 Forest Hill Goal Kickers: M. Cardamone 7, T. Johnston 3, J. Mowat 2, G. Willoughby, I. Taylor, J. Davis, J. Powell, H. Burmeister, L. Gibbons, R. Fisher, D. Ousley Best Players: M. Cardamone, D. Ousley, G. Willoughby, T. Johnston, J. Davis, R. Fisher Coldstream Goal Kickers: C. Whitchell 5, D. Carrigan, D. Versteegen, D. Price, C. Shield Best Players: L. Craig, C. Whitchell, T. Clayton, D. Versteegen Nunawading 1.0-6 4.2-26 6.2-38 7.2-44 East Burwood 7.7-49 15.13-103 24.22-166 33.26-224 Nunawading Goal Kickers: Z. Haig 4, L. Davis, J. Virtue, D. Morley Best Players: I. Ralph, J. Winter, M. Lambe, Z. Haig, N. Lineham, M. Eastaugh East Burwood Goal Kickers: A. Gileno 7, M. Wills 5, J. McGown 4, B. Handreck 3, A. Angemi 2, J. Damatopoulos 2, S. Perri 2, J. Mulqueen, N. Canning, A. Pagliaro, J. Kennedy, S. Davis, S. McCarthy Best Players: S. Davis, J. Kennedy, L. Brown, B. Handreck, A. Gileno, M. Wills Kilsyth 1.3-9 2.4-16 4.5-29 5.7-37 Whitehorse Pioneers 3.0-18 5.3-33 8.6-54 10.7-67 Kilsyth Goal Kickers: A. Miles 2, S. Currey 2, J. Hevern Best Players: T. Browning, P. Blight, R. Mainenti , S. Clarke, A. Bull, M. Jackson Whitehorse Pioneers Goal Kickers: M. Mariani 3, A. Mariani 2, J. Dalgleish 2, C. Ryan, C. McDougall, M. McDougall Best Players: A. Blythman, C. Ryan, A. Quinn, M. Ward, J. Daley, M. Mariani Surrey Park 4.6-30 4.6-30 6.10-46 10.10-70 Glen Waverley Hawks 0.3-3 6.10-46 8.12-60 12.16-88 Surrey Park Goal Kickers: M. Goodings 2, J. Brownell 2, C. Smith 2, C. McCasker, M. Gale, J. Marshall , N. Snibson Best Players: K. Henden, R. Higgins, R. Kennedy, J. Crabtree, B. Roberts, M. Goodings Glen Waverley Hawks Goal Kickers: S. Parlapiano 5, A. Amin 3, P. Sinden, A. Murray, D. Eastman, M. Potts Best Players: S. Parlapiano, B. Huxtable, P. Tyler, J. McMillan, M. Potts, B. Parthenides Fair Park 1.3-9 5.6-36 8.8-56 13.12-90 Silvan 5.3-33 5.7-37 10.9-69 11.15-81 Fair Park Goal Kickers: J. Gough 6, B. Dadswell 2, C. Bevis-Chedgey 2, R. McKendry, G. Bailey, J. Peagram Best Players: K. Hird, B. Dadswell, E. Doulgeris, H. Degraaf, L. Barbuto, A. Calder Silvan Goal Kickers: D. Begley 3, C. Murphy 2, W. Schmidt 2, L. Oliver, K. Purtle, D. Lemon, L. Beddome Best Players: T. Bissels, S. Jones, D. Lemon, J. Dietzal, W. Schmidt, M. D’Alfonso


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