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19th and24th 20thMarch, May, 2018 Saturday


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A VIEW FROM THE SIDELINE………. We had some interesting results last weekend as we reach the half way point of the season and things are looking tight ass the race to the finals heats up. The State Champ men’s had a tough game against a tough Eltham Wildcats team going down 98 to 89 in a high scoring game. Four players got into double figures with Jacob Gibson 25 points, 3 steals, 1 block, Scottie Stone with 20 points, 1 steal, Shaun Clarke with 15 points, 3 assists and Stefan Osborne with 10 points. The boys come against a competitive Hume City team this weekend and should be a good game to watch. The youth boys had the double header last weekend against Nunawading last Saturday night in a tough game going down by 5 points 78 to 73. Multiple players stepped up including Ryan Miller (Who today plays his 100th) with 16 points, Matthew Hickey with 13 points and Matthew Roberts with 12 points, 2 assists. The boys backed it up on Sunday against a tough Eltham Wildcats team going down by 12 points 72 to 52. They come up against the Melbourne Tigers this weekend in what should be an interesting contest. The State Champ women’s team had another awesome win against Southern Pen in an awesome team effort. Cassidy Mihalko had a wonderful game with 25 points, 1 steal, Amanda Meinking with 12 points, 3 steals, 2 assists and 1 steal in double figures. The girls come up against the Hume City Broncos and always a great rivalry to watch with some interesting matchups to keep an eye on especially Lisa Murphy and Amanda Meinking. The youth girls got the win last weekend against Waverley 71 to 58 with an awesome team performance all round. Neeharara Ravikumar had a great game with 18 points, 7 assists, 3 steals, Bec Noller with 12 points, 2 steals, 2 assists and Annabel Deerbon with 13 points, 3 assists. They come up against the Melbourne Tigers in what should a blockbuster game to watch.


Welcome to the Rings of Round 9 action of Big V action. Tonight we have a rare Double Header with the Champ Men against a team we know very well, the Hume Hume City Broncos. Last week, the Lady Hawks (7-2) travelled to Hillview Stadium in Rosebud and got the win against a tough Southern Peninsula Sharks team. It was even throughout the first and second half but managed to hold on and get the win in an awesome team effort all round especially Cassidy Mihalko (25 points, 1 steal), Amanda Meinking (12 points, 3 steals, 1 block) and Dezz Ramos (6 points, 4 assists). Last night the girls had an exhibition game against USA College team the Wittenburg Tigers and as long as we incurred no injuries, should be at full strength tonight. The Hume City Broncos (4-3) will be hungry and ready to go tonight after going down against the inform Waverley Falcons. The Broncos are always a tough opposition led by Nicole Zammit, Vivien Saad and imports Lisa Murphy and Kelly Hardeman who have been great inclusions. We’ll have to play well defensively limiting their points and offensively sharing the ball around. Tonight will no doubt be another exciting game to watch and another rivalry chapter to be written between the Hawks and Broncos. You can expect a physical encounter when these teams battle but it will be played at a high standard. Many will remember the great Grand Final battles between our two Clubs and both teams are striving for another chance at a Championship. There is plenty of work to do before either team can be serious Grand Final contenders but a win tonight would have either team on the right track. The players and coaching staff would like to thank the sponsors and supporters for getting behind the team as well as the committee and volunteers. Enjoy the game..


No.

Height

Age

2 3 4 6 9 13 14 15 18 20 21 32

175 193 178 170 183 173 167 175 165 175 170 186

22 22 27 25 22 27 20 21 20 29 24 23

Position

Name

Guard Centre Guard Guard Forward Guard Guard Forward Guard Centre Guard Forward

Cassidy Mihalko Amanda Meinking Danielle Bone Inez Lie Yasmin Miller Kate Spillane Neehara Ravikumar Rebecca Noller Piper Goldie Bianca Beaton Desiree Ramos Melissa Prior

Head Coach Assistant Coach Assistant Coach Team Manager

Tim Mottin Peter Hynson Ben Draper Sue Egan


No.

Height

Age

Position

Name

8

180

26

Guard

Nat Karantzoulis

9

185

24

Forward

Bianca Babic

10

175

25

Guard

Nicole Zammit

21

175

24

Guard

Mua Laloifi

22 31

185 190

23 22

Forward Centre

Kelly Hardeman Lisa Murphy

34

185

25

Forward

Vivien Saad

44

178

20

Guard

Sophie Byrnes

Head Coach Assistant Coach Assistant Coach Team Manager

Michael Thomas Natalie Dowdy Antonio Lewis Nikki Spencer


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Welcome to the “Rings” stadium for some Round 9 Big V action. Tonight we host the Hume City Broncos. Last week was a pretty disappointing performance by the Hawks who got a timely wakeup call at Eltham. The Team was flat from tip off and against teams like Eltham and Hume City, they will always be ready to take advantage. Jacob Gibson was probably the Hawks best on the night but hopefully the loss was a reminder to the guys that you must be ready to go week in and week out. Hume City has had an inconsistent season thus far but have a roster that can beat any team on any night. They will be ready to play tonight though after a disappointing loss on their own last week at home against Werribee. They again have some serious talent led by Mike Rose (18ppg) who has been lighting up the league for many years now. Lee Jeka is still as explosive as anyone with his limitless range from the perimeter and Import Tre’Von Clayton is finally healthy and giving the Broncos another consistent scorer. Veteran Shaun Prendergast continues to provide great service to the Broncos and Jah Soloai has been a great addition this season. Of Couse, it still great to see Hawks 2 time Championship winner Luke Egan back for another season and playing some great Basketball. Eg’s was one of our most popular players and it’s great to see him still causing defences huge headaches. For the Hawks, Shaun Clarke is having a fantastic season and we hope he continues his fine form. A few players have been battling some injury issues but hopefully most of the Hawks players are nearing full fitness and will be in uniform tonight. Let’s hope the guys have learnt their lesson from last week and are ready to put their best foot forward tonight. The Players and Coaching staff of the Hawks would like to thank the sponsors and supporters for being on board with the team for 2018. Enjoy the game.


Ringwood & District Historical Society turns 60 in 2018! Making it one of the oldest historical societies in the state. Our major event is an Open Day on Saturday 27th October from 1-5pm at North Ringwood Uniting Church, 14 Dickson Crescent, North Ringwood.


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No.

3 5 8 10 11 13 22 24 25 30 31 41

Height

195 183 183 195 202 188 184 203 196 190 198 194

Age

23 18 34 30 31 35 25 28 24 24 24 18

Position

Name

Guard Guard Guard Forward Fwd/Ctr Guard Guard Centre Guard Guard Forward Guard

Scottie Stone Matthew Roberts Matthew Snow Matthew Fennell Trevor Latham Nathan Truman Stefan Osborne Shaun Clarke Jacob Gibson Maxwell Sutton Michael Solty Kaide Fittolani

Team Staff

Name

Head Coach Assistant Coach Assistant Coach Assistant Coach Team Manager Sports Osteopath

Ken Harrington Damien Smith Willie Weimer Michael Beer Luke Brodie Adriana Moore


No.

Height

Age

Position

Name

1

200

30

Forward

Trevon Clayton

5

205

25

Centre

Jah Soloai

8

190

30

Forward

Shaun Prendergast

10

180

34

Guard

Justin Schafer

11

190

34

Guard

Leeroy Jeka

20

194

30

Guard

Mike Rose

21

200

22

Forward

Deng Kuany

22

200

43

Forward

Luke Egan

30 53

199 183

21 19

Centre Guard

Anthony Scott Josh Tang

Team Staff

Name

Head Coach

Kelvin Bowers

Assistant Coach

Jonathon Simon

Team Manager

Jason Borchers


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Welcome to The Rings for the First game of a Youth League Championship double header, the first game is your lady Hawks playing the Melbourne Tigers The Lady Hawks are coming off a successful weekend defeating Waverley by 13 points in a very tough contest particularly for the first half with Waverley holding the lead for the majority of it. The start the third quarter we came out with greater intensity at both ends of the floor to open up a 12 point lead going into the last quarter. Once again during the game we were able to use our depth and get many contributions from the bench. This area has been be far the biggest difference between 2017 &2018. It’s very pleasing to be able to turn to the bench and know that player will step up when called upon. Top contributors were Neehara Ravikumar 18 point, 7 assists Rachael Watson 8 points 14 rebounds , Annabel Deerbon 13 points 5 rebounds and 3 assists, Rebecca Noller 12 points and 6 rebounds. Today’s opponents Melbourne Tigers are coming off a tough weekend. Losing both games against Hawthorn and Kilsyth who are both in finals contention this year. They will be looking to a tone for last weekends losses and get back onto the winners list coming hear today. We will be very wary of the wounded Tigers who beat us earlier this Year with a half court shot in the dying seconds of the game. We are going to need to be much more focused than our last meeting and be disciplined from the opening tip off to come away with a much needed win to get the head to head result as we turn to the second half of the season. For the Tigers their key players are Heaven-Lee Valenti who was dominate in our first meeting, rising star Nikki Metcalfe who is averaging 12 PPG & 8 RPG and Emily Monaghan 9 PPG & 5 RPG, not to mention Zoe Cransberg who wasn’t available last weekend who can dominate at game averaging 12 ppg, 10 rpg and 5 steals per contest! It’s going to take a Team first defensive approach to keep the Melbourne team in check, to limit their scoring options and maintain pressure on the ball to slow their offensive movement. We hope you enjoy the game! Be loud and get behind your Youth Champ Women! The Ringwood Hawks Coaches and Players wish to thank their sponsors, volunteers and supporters.


RBA Management Team 2018 Tim Mottin President Mark Sutton Vice President Peter Drill Treasurer Kath Miles Club Secretary Adrian Fittolani Committee of Management Member Amanda Brincat Committee of Management Member Ray Port Committee of Management Member Ken Harrington Committee of Management Member Kelly Woodman Committee of Management Member Email Address : info@ringwoodhawks.com.au Website : www.ringwoodhawks.com.au Phone number : +61 418 345 507 Postal Address : PO Box 669 Heathmont Vic 3135 Australia Office Address : 1/91 Maroondah Hwy, Ringwood. Vic. 3134 Australia


No.

Height

Age

1 2 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 12 13 14 15 20 21 22

173 178 165 160 167 178 184 181 165 173 181 177 175 178 175 172

18 17 16 21 20 22 20 20 18 16 16 17 21 18 21 21

Position

Name

Guard Guard Guard Guard Guard Forward Centre Forward Guard Guard Forward Forward Guard Forward Forward Guard

Lauren Flanagan Annabel Deerbon Caitlin Woodman Natasha Tropeano Neehara Ravikumar Rachael Watson Bridget Ardley Brooke McGurgan Amy Leslie Kiahna Liddy Madeleine De Waard Charlotte Wilson Rebecca Noller Erin Hynson Danielle Calvisi Mikaela Miller

Team Staff

Name

Head Coach Assistant Coach Assistant Coach Team Manager

Rob Dielemans Rebekah Sparrow Lance Wright Karin Ardley


No.

Height

Age

Position

Name

2 4 7 8 16 18 20 27 28

168 164 176 173 176 180 180 176 176

16 15 18 18 19 17 18 17 15

G G F G G/F F/C F G F

Emily Kurkowski Laura Hamilton Zoe Cransberg Heaven-Lee Valenti Mia Ganci Charlie Hebel Millie Warra Emily Monaghan Sheridan Kavanagh

29 30 31 33

180 172 187 173

18 20 18 17

F G/F C G

Zoe Hurley Olivia Klaman Nikki Metcalfe Destiny Valenti

Team Staff

Name

HEAD COACH ASST COACH TEAM MANAGER

Lloyd Klaman Joanne Metcalfe Allie Klaman


Welcome back to The Rings for Round 9 of the 2018 Victorian Youth Championship Men season. Tonight, we honour Ryan Miller and 100 games played in the Big V. Ryan has been a long serving member of both the junior and senior ranks of the Ringwood Hawks. He has played at a collegiate level, securing a position at Black Hills State, and was a member of the 2016 VYCM Grand Final roster. He a multiple-time team MVP and has led the team in many statistical categories over the years. In season 2018, Ryan is Co-Captain of the young roster, leading and mentoring the stars of the future. The entire Hawks community congratulates Ryan on this achievement and thanks him for his service to the club. Your Hawks (6-7) battled through a tough double-header last weekend. Saturday night saw the boys enter the ‘Graveyard’ to take on the Nunawading Spectres. The lead alternated for most of the game, with the Spectres edging away in the final period with some big makes from deep. Despite the loss of 5-points (78-73), it was one of the best performances from the young Hawks this year. Yuot Gai (14pts, 12rebs) was sensational posting a solid double-double, as was Matt Roberts (12pts, 4rebs, 4asts). Veterans Ryan Miller (16pts), Matt Hickey (13pts, 5rebs) and Matt Allwood (8pts, 4asts) also made a significant impact. The Eltham Wildcats visited the Rings on Sunday. The start was a horror for the boys, amassing only 20 points in the first half. Goals were set to win the second half and regain some dignity. This was achieved, but the early damage was too great to overcome as we succumbed to a 14-point deficit at the final siren (58-72). Yuot Gai (11pts, 8rebs) led the way, with young gun Ben Linkin (6pts, 5rebs, 2asts) and debutant Zac Dawson providing a spark off the bench. Today we welcome the Melbourne Tigers (5-7) for our second clash of the season. Last weekend the Tigers also went down to the Wildcats but got much closer than we did, losing by only 5-points (67-72). Archi Manton (12pts, 4rebs), Mason Gaze (14pts, 5rebs, 3asts) and Daniel Kinkela (15pts, 12rebs) were all in fine form. The last time we met, the Tigers took a victory in overtime, after the Hawks boys blew a double-digit lead. Retribution is on the minds of the team in this one. It is going to be a great game, so enjoy. Good luck to both teams. The VYCM would like to thank the referees, score bench officials, committee, and supporters for their contributions.


No.

Height

Age

Position

Name

2 5 7 9 14 15 23 31 41 42 43 50

178 183 195 184 194 190 194 190 194 198 210 189

17 18 17 21 19 15 22 22 18 17 18 17

G G F G F G/F F G/F G F/C F/C F

Ben Linkin Matthew Roberts Harry Love Matthew Allwood Hudson Kuhnell Thomas Lock Matthew Hickey Ryan Miller Kaide Fittolani Angok Angok Yuot Gai Blake Ward

Team Staff

Name

Head Coach Assistant Coach Assistant Coach Team Manager

Russell Lee Jeremy O’Toole Mark Beckett Colin Bosomworth


No.

4 5 6 9 10 11 14 15 20 22 23 24 25 30 32

Height

184 199 190 193 196 188 183 183 188 193 192 192 201 200 186

Age

17 16 19 16 16 21 16 16 20 23 17 22 20 16 18

Position

Name

Guard Forward Guard Forward Forward Guard Guard Guard Guard Guard Guard Guard Centre Centre Guard

Jarrod Foreman Wil Tattersall Zac Polglaze Archi Manton Mason Gaze Jakob Cornilessen Taj Chehal Reece Bray Leon Twigg Darcy Daniels Lachlan Chinnock Joshua Hearn-Amy Daniel Kinkela Michael Alfirenko Jayden McIntyre

Team Staff

Name

HEAD COACH ASST COACH TEAM MANAGER

Andrew Gaze Aaron Bensted Michelle Smart


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139 ASSISTS

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HAWKS GAME SCHEDULE 2017 SCM

SCW

VYCM

VYCW

Date Home/Away

Opp

17-Mar R1

R2

Home/Away

Opp

Home/Away

Opp

Home/Away

Opp

A @ 8:30pm

Waverley

A @ 6.00pm

McKinnon

A @ 6:30pm

Waverley

18-Mar

A @ 2:30pm

Waverley

H @2.00pm

Keilor

H @ Noon

Nunawading

24-Mar

H @ 6:00pm

Werribee

A @ 6:00pm

Hume City

A @ 7.30pm

Melbourne

A @ 5:30pm

Melbourne

A @8.00pm

McKinnon

A @ 6.00pm

McKinnon

H @ 6:00pm

Hawthorn

A @ 6:00pm

Dandenong

H @ 2:00pm

Hawthorn

A @ Noon

Dandenong

H @ Noon

Hawthorn

A @ Noon

Bendigo

H @ Noon

Sandringham

25-Mar R3

7-Apr 8-Apr 14-Apr

H @ 6.00pm

Bulleen

R4

R5

R6

R7

15-Apr

H @ 2:00pm

Corio Bay

H @ Noon

Sherbrooke

21-Apr

A @ 8:00pm

Knox

A @ 6:00pm

Knox

28-Apr

H @ 8.00pm

Casey

29-Apr

A @ 3.00pm

Blackburn

A @ 8:00pm

Eltham

22-Apr

A @ 2:00pm

R9

H @ 6:00pm

Altona

A @ 4:00pm

Kilsyth

Eltham

A @ 3:30pm

Keilor

H @ Noon

Ballarat

H @ 2:.00pm

Sunbury

A @ 1.00pm

D. Valley

H @ Noon

Warrandyte

A @ 7:30pm

Sth. Pen

A @ 7:30pm

Nunawading

H @ 2:00pm

Eltham

H @ Noon

Waverley

H @ 2:00pm

Melbourne

A @ 3.00pm

Bulleen

A @ 1:00pm

Bulleen

H @ 8.00pm

Dandenong

H @ 6.00pm

Dandenong

H @ Noon

McKinnon

A @ 11:00pm

Altona

Bendigo

A @ 2:30pm

12-May 13-May 19-May

H @ 8.00pm Hume City

H @ 6:00pm Hume City

20-May R10

26-May

H @ 8.00pm

Keilor

27-May

A @ 3:00pm

Hawthorn

2-Jun R11

R12

3-Jun

A @ 2.00pm

Werribee

16-Jun

H @ 8.00pm

Waverley

A @ 7.30pm

Keilor

A @ 6.00pm

Bulleen

H @ 6:00pm

Waverley

17-Jun 23-Jun R13

R14

R15

R16

R17

R18

H @ 2:00pm Sandringham

5-May 6-May

R8

Knox

30-Jun

A @ 8.00pm

Casey

1-Jul

H @ 2:00pm

Knox

7-Jul

Melbourne

H @ 6:00pm

Nunawading

A @ 8.30pm

Keilor

H @ 2pm

McKinnon

A @ 2:00pm

Sherbrooke

H @ Noon

H @ 8.00pm

Knox

A @ 8.00pm

Kilsyth

H @ 6.00pm

Knox

H @ Noon

Knox

A @ 1:00pm

Hume City

A @ 8.00pm

Eltham

H @ 6:00pm

Kilsyth

A @ 1:00pm

Ballarat

A @ Noon

Warrandyte

H @ 8:00pm

Sth. Pen

8-Jul 14-Jul

H @ 8:00pm

Blackburn

15-Jul

A @ 2:00pm

Corio Bay

21-Jul

H @ Noon

McKinnon

H @ 8:00pm

Eltham

H @ 6.00pm A @ 2.00pm

Sunbury

H @ 6:00pm

Eltham

22-Jul

29-Jul

D. Valley

H @ Noon

A @ 8:00pm Hume City

24-Jun

28-Jul

A @ 7:30pm

Blackburn

2018 prog issue 18 wk9  
2018 prog issue 18 wk9  
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