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cluarters Irs t . The home club rt give n OFFICE .1gement works like this nity is passed on torthe away ew ana3 from roz n tot this of time . If they are not interested, . Sernarp`pp . All that was required of Sttheg , I fl, lunch "host" g Bernards prided ate 29 Bernards agreed to "host" last Sunday's game arrangmg S to guarantee a certain number of people to attend the luncheo n ging, in thi s includin g case providin dn a as , .. The t ,llin g the VAFA did he allother . After this and theVAFA prizes13for a raffle (proceeds to the club} and arranging for a part share of the gate waived P last Sunday as the VAFA had to make a contribution to the RSL as part of the , ;~ucst speaker, providing Ic component wa s d ANZAC Day anent to play a match ;t andon hiscuitsamount of $27•50 per head which covered a two course meal, tea, co ee an (h attendee paid~ ,r~ers of cheese, . per head off $ 5 p ;~ drinks bill was shared between the three groups attending ~, . Bernards settled with the caterer who in turn gave the club a discount e For Th ,, }ie end of the day St e,ds th e think a club could generat e ehanded te ove r ithe ro e ded ito this fldi~dend it would eJ~,50)thVAFof be fair to th c be ad

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e very little s ~erna~ds Peter O'Connor for mak ng}th s we have of $1 Q00 for one of provide a rturn for club y areThan~ to St h r,:c r_ a re . promising start for 2004 initiative forour luncheons come in regularly to the VAFA requesting permission to conduct luncheons Club applications is granted but is only granted p Ueations V,111,11 alcohol vrill be served, if the club's record is good in this regard,is not a stand up affair with a few plates o . Clubs need to understand that a luncheon consumed whilst nfbein „ii a game by game basis aan d in course least} is served on pl tes with cutlery at which alcohol ca ;,,n : i being handed ~ around sm ucheon is a ved from tables at 1 .50 pm cved to the tables . All alcohol must be rem1o be consumed until th e n and no further alcoho ca vAFA EXAeUttv conclusion of the senior match of the day. thanks Vivian . I even Best wishes to everyone whilst I am away t hope to send an email from time to time which migh f the Game" . Love o Ttae find its way into For ®---

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SPORTSCOVER VAFA MAJOR SPONSO R When Nazi General von Paulus was marched off to the Gulag following the Stalingrad debacle, he no doubt lamented, "the game plan fell apart, our big guns didn't fire and we just didn't handle the inclement weather" . Sentiments no doubt echoed by Hailep'bury's Mick Dwyer and Scotch's Dale Tapping who endured miserable afternoons at the hand at Uni and OMs respectively . 'With Andrew Lowcock, Xavier McKinnon and James Hayter running amok for Uni, Haiieybury was simply outgunned . Yes, they have a few injuries but Paul and Mark Corrigan both played well and they were still way off the pace . Worrying times at Bloodville after my keyboard almost doubled over with a superlative overdose in the pre season . OMs did what OMs do, they are impossible to tip from one week to the next but they always had Scotch safely held in the Australian Rules Cup at the Junction . Trinity the benchmark . A 65 metre torpedo goal off one step by Andrew Ramsden epitomised his influence on the game as Trinity held off a plucky De La at the massive Bulleen ground . Lachie Kennedy was a major target all day for OTs and he received good support from Northern Bullant pick up Brett Walsh who casually slotted three last quarter goals . Like a whispering wind, Ben Mannix slunk onto the field in the 2nd term, kicked three quick majors and looked as though he could blow the game apart. Quick as a flash, Leigh Carlson entrusted Sam Kennedy with the task of shutting him down and he did so with aplomb. Tim Demetriou looks a pretty special talent while Rob Bonniei and Shane Hyland (back from OS) gave their all for De La . Chris Browne and Rohan Buckley off earlv with bung ankles didn't help but Trinity always had the edge . ite Pried

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Byrne and co who effectively put the game beyond Marcelliri s reach by quarter time in a brutally efficient display. Big Wilkinson took on Mark Browne and shaded him while Close and Mitchell used their significant bulk to great effect up forward . It was heartening to see Bernie Dinneen buzzing about for Marcellin in his 100th game but ultimately Bernards were just too good . Their physical presence and use of quick hands across the middle is second to none.

Today's game s Tips are going swimmingly at present, 2 out of 10 . As the Fergal Sharkey song goes "Everything I say, it goes the other way . . . " Xavs host the pace setting Trinity with all indicators pointing towards a Trinity rout. Xavs have everything to play for but Trinity have a full list to choose from, the competition's premier ruckman (and possibly player) and an unwavering will to make this their year. The OTs gave Xavs a ten goal touch up in the pre season . Expect more of the same today . De v OMs and with injuries galore the home team are really under the pump . De La's six best 'ast cvec' : were all kids so the spirit is there if not

T'--'N B Section premiers one week, A Grade the next . l;tchell Even uith Matt Power and Anthony Carbone carted St B rnards University Blues Lowcock off to hospital after sickening clashes, the Friars University Blues De Crespigny held firm and pulled off a famous win . Simon Old Trinit Williams y Brosolo was given the nod for best on ground with Old Haileybury O'Farrell Mick Mannix and Adam Pawlik not far behind . Old Trinity Kenneedy Matt Northey and Matt Nunan were lively up Old Trinity Cultrara fonuard for the home team. And Xavs? Well it is Old Hailevburv Rod e April . Captain Lachlan Ford was their best across A RESERVE half back. University Blues Millard 4 8 Who was it that sai d the dream was over. . . Old Trinity Gutierez 3 7 I lobbed at Sportscover Arena and .as greeted by Old Scotch d 5 6 a rendition of the Last Post which seemed to l91 i St Benards ~ .째?I S 3 5

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the experience . OMs, on the other hand, are a complete mystery to me and may struggle if Waverley Park is a bog . De La really need this, De La by a goal . Zivo winless teams, Scotch and Haileybury meet in a vital game at Camberwell. Bruce Phillips and Josh Kitchen are the only ones holding things up for scotch at present and last year's Preliminary Filial seems a like a distant memory. Haileybury have at least showed glimpses, although getting four quarters out of them is proving elusive . Tough one to pick, Haileybury by 7 . kiareellin have only 6 days to recover from Sunday's bruising encounter and they'll get no favours out at Donvale as they take on the undefeated and highly charged Whiteffriars . Whitefriars have injuries on every line but are playing with a spirit and skill unprecedented in their short history. Having said that, I still like the way Marcellin play, especially that on ball division . Eagles by 4 points And finally to the big Suzie McDoozie of the round, Uni Blues v St Bernards at the home of higher learning No lab explosions but the students are absolutely smoking at present with goals coming from all comers . No superstars, just a mix of blokes from all over the state who are gelling together as well as they have since that vintage year of 1995 when Vandenberg, Cavalier, Lennon and co ruled the roost . Bernards are still an awesome proposition but will lose key players to the VFL and may just fall short . Uni by 12 in what shapes as the game of the season to date . St Learneds? Three separate St Bernards players picked me up for grammatical sloppiness this week, prompting me to give a big thumbs up to the English teachers out at the mighty Essendon school . Seems the boys at the 'Pit are as good as spotting the errant use of mixed metaphors, split infinitives and dangling participles as they are in plucking balls from the sky . . . . CORRESPONDENTS Jo nath an Horn - jonathan_g_horn®vahoo .co .uk L h'SB61~i~IPJli University Blues - Congratulate Bernie Gates on his 50th senior game for the club . A past Blues U19 captain and U19 VAFA representative, Bernie has overcome a number of injuries to play Senior and Reserve football with his own unique style of flair and aggression . Well Done Gate

TODAY'S MATCHES A SECTION Old Xaverians v Old Trinity De La Salle v Old Melburnians Old Scotch v Old Haileybury University Blues v St Bernards Whitefriars v Marcellin

8 .7(55) ARS 3 .2 6.5 7 .5 OLD - :.1VY7iAN8 1 .1 3 .3 4 .5 5 .7(37) White: Nunan 2 Baker M Carbone Dance Leahy Carrigg Wallace . Best Brosolo Janson A Pawlik Swain Mannix Camgg Old %ar. Pasceri 2 Ockleshaw 2 Howard. Best Ford Bingham McDonnell Howard Oswald . Umpires : Tim Sutcliffe Albie Firky (F) Travis Stork Beorrn McCarthy (G) OLD TRINITY 4 .2 11 .4 12 .7 18.10 (118) DE IA SALIE 3.5 6 .7 10 .9 12.9 (81) Old'IYin: Cultrera 3 L Kennedy 3 Walsh 3 Ramsden 2 Reynolds 2 Amore R Burrows McKinnon Williams Vandenznne . Best. Neville Williams Walsh Saunders Ramsden L Kennedy. DIS : Demetriou 3 Moloney 3 B Mannix 3 L Harrison 2 Orlando. Best Demetriou Jolley Dobric L Harrison S Puylan Greenhalg. Umpires : Anthony Damen Peter James (FI Sean Collins Brendan Corcoran (B) Matthew Simpson Vin Vescovi (G ) 8.8(56) Old) MF.LBURNIANS 1.2 2 .5 5 .6 OLD SCOTCH 2.3 3 .6 5 .9 5.9(39) Old ffieBr. Evans 3 Daffy 2 Laccy 2 Webb . Best Lacey Daffy McKeon J Berry Fitzgerald Evans 014 Scotch: B Phillips Kitchen Ross Josephs Wigney. Best Carroll Hume Tallent Nettleton B Phillips Ross. Umpires : Michael Sneddon Mark Morrison (F) Matt Jen}dnson Christian Schafer (B) Chris Doyle Bernie Hoare (G) 8.8(56) OLD HAH EIrYBURY 1.1 5 .4 5 .4 UNIVERSITY BLUES 3.4 5 .4 12 .5 16.6 (102) Old HsaB:: Rode 5 A Floyd 2 O'Farrell . Best : M Corrigan Rode Tassell P Corrigan Goldsworthy Davey. Uni Blues : North 4 Lowcnek 3 Gleeson 2 Sexmbler 2 DeCrespigny 2 Solly Brookes Young . Best Lowcock Hayter Butko McKinnon Gleeson Young . Umpires : Wayne Hinton Dirk Kramer (F) Peter Teasdale Rob Mayston Jnr (B) John Hall Les Damyon (G) MARCEIddN 2.2 7.4 10 .6 11.8 (74) ST. BERNARBS 8.4 9.10 13 .11 17.12 (114) Marc: A Synus 3 S Maguire 3 J CarLson 2 S Brooks L Hansen B Dobson . Best: S lheisz J Rice M Hermans D Gartner D Jarred J Frazer . St Bern: N Mitchell 3 LTurnbull 3 R Close 3 D Jordan 2 D Byrne 2 Harrison B Jordan Baumgartner Pearson. Best L Wilkinson D Mclaughan M Kavanagh L Fielding C Goullet L Turnbull , Umpires : Jason McNiece Damien Anderson (F) Rob Mutton Andrew Rechtman (B) Dominic Napoli Daniel Scully (G ) A RESERVE WHI'TEI•'RL4RS 1.0 2 .1 2 .2 3 .3(21) OLD PAVERIANS 1.4 4 .4 6 .9 6.12 (48) Whitefiiard : T. Carrigg Fulton Box. Best Box Tn.~ytiaud Elliott Dyer Jones Phelan. Old XaverSan .n : A . McCarthy 2 Higgins Larkins Walsh S . McCarthy, Best: A. McCarthy Higgins Barnett Silk Hawkins O'Meara. 2 .3 5 .4 10 .8 10 .9 (69) OLD TRINITY BE LA SALLE 1 .5 5 .5 7 .5 8.11 (59) Old Trinity: Armafas 3 Gutierrez 3 Troon 2 Laulaetta S VanDerVenne . Best S VanDerVenne Green Hine Blackmore Armatas Troon . D1S : Hyde 2 O'Connell 2 Bourke Gilbert K Mannix Molan . Best Oakley O'Donnell Waeny O'Connell McInerney Hyde. 3 .6(24) OLD MELBURNIANS 0 .1 1 .2 3 .6 OLD SCOTCH 4 .5 9 .8 10 .8 12 .15.(87) Old M emnrndan:: Bach Dixon Grundy . Best Tsiotras Hurst Grundy Woodford Jenkins Selby . Old Scotch : Reid 5 Rodski 2 Dick Dumaresq Jackson Left) Logan. Best : Reid Ashton Dumaresq Page Rodski Mullins . OLD HAILEYBURY 1 .0 1 .2 2 .2 2 .4(16) UNNERSITY BLUES 3 .4 7 .8 12 .10 18.14 (122) Old Haileyburp : Shepherd Lappage. Best Saunders H McLauchlan Wames Lappage Graves Rowlands. University Blues : Millard 4 Hutchins 3 Cheel 2 J . Brooke Rankin Penny Hutchinson Tanner McIntosh Quin Fletcher Wa mtan . Best Cheel Rankin Thomas Fletcher Gates Leeming. MARCEIIdN 1 .0 1 .2 2 .4 5 .6 (36) ST. BERIZAHDS 3 .3 4 .11 8 .12 12.15(87) Marc: B Wgnell K O'Dwyer D Samp¢non T Sheehan D Taylor. Best: K O'Dwyer M Perri M McCartin B Wignell E Weekes D Leardi . St Bern: S Mitchell 3 A Caderai 2 G'vtclntyre 2 P HarrLs M 0'Riley A Smith D Smith S Crouch . Best: G McIntyre M 0'Ri}ey D Blunt M Mihailovic J Mount .

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North Old Boys v St Bedes Ment Tigers Old Brighton v Beaumari s Mazenod 0 C v Old Essendon O r C SECTIO N

Parkdale Vultures v Caulfield Or Glen Eira v Emmaus St Leos 0 C Monash Blues v Hampton Rovers Old Camberwell v MHSO B AJAX v Therry Penola 0 B at Sportscover Arena, Saturday Dl SECTIO N Banyule v Fitzroy Reds Prahran v Ormon d Yarra Valley 0 B v Peninsula 0 B University Blacks v Aquinas 0 C Salesian 0 C v Old Mentonian s D2 SECTION Old Carey v Ivanhoe Assumption - Gramlick Oval ( Carey Grammar ) Bulleen Templestowe v Williamstown Cyms West Brunswick v Swinburne Un i

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De La Salle v Old Xaverians Caulfield Or v St Kevin s Werribee Amateurs v University Blues Marcellin v Old Brighto n Old Scotch v St Bernard s UNDER-19 SECTION 2 Old Melburni an s v Collegian s Old Trinity v B anyule Viewbank Old Essendon Or v Old Ivanhoe Beaumaris v Rupe rt swoo d

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Therry Penola 0 B v Monash Blues MHSOB v University Black s St Bedes Mentone Tigers v Oakleigh UNDER-19 (2) BLUE Emmaus St Leos 0 C v South Melb . Districts Mazenod 0 C v Oakleigh Clays at 1 .30 p .m . Bentleigh v Hampton Rover s Ormond v St Johns 0 C Peninsula 0 B v De La Salle (2 ) UNDER-19 (2) RED Old Xaverians (2) - Bye

Fitzroy Reds v Bulleen Templestowe Aquinas 0 C v La Trobe Un i UHS-VU/St Bernards v Rupertswood ( 2) at St. Bernards Coll ege Old Westbourne v North Old Boys

La Trobe Uni v Monash Gryphons - Reserves to be played at 11 .30 a .m . Old Geelong v Bentleig h

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Prahran v Old Ivanhoe Marcellin v Old Brighton Old Scotch v De La Sall e

South Melb Districts v Power House Oakleigh v Syndal Tally-Ho Rupertswood v St Johns 0 C Hawthorn Amateurs v Werribee Amateur s

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Round 2 certainly produced a couple of interesting results as the Lions reversed the 03 GF result, the Hoes score a terrific away win at the Grammar, NOBS improve but couldn't topple the Tonners at home, Paradians score terrific away win, while potential finalists St Kevins and the Tigers turn on a crackerjack game at Righetti . PREVIEW The game down at Beach Road was probably set up in the first quarter when Andrew Edge kicked the first three goals into the breeze forcing the NOBS to play catch up footy from there on in . They had their chances but could not take them as both sides worked hard in the classic tricky Beach Road wind tunnel . Skills were down but the closenesss of the scores kept the crowd enthralled. The two "Joshes" Dickerson and Homann played terrific games for the Tonners, and Brook Logan is starting to turn back the clock in the ruck . NOB'S were well served by Amor, Vogels and Tonkin . This game was obviously won in the first 30 minutes where Collegiam rattled out of the blocks and had 7 on the board at the first change, which in windy and heavy conditions proved to be a matchwinning break. You just can't play catch up in those conditions . Beaurnaris managed to get within 17 points in the last but were not able to bridge the gap in a game that wasn't pretty, in a day where you are only as good as the desperation of your 22nd player. Ben Holst (on Pittsy) was terrific for the Lions, while Clint Harris and Chris Blumfield were effective all day . David Teasdale was the Sharks BOG, receiving support from Coate and first gamers Berry and Fisher. Old Ivanhoe were extremely happy to take the points in a tough hard fought encounter out at the Granmiar . A fantastic first half by the Hoers where their onballers continually drove the ball forward where Mark Luxon was proving a handful for the Bomber defenders . OEG came back strongly in the 2nd half and nearly stole the show, but Luxon's snap over his shoulder from the boundary line was a match highlight and inspired the visitors to hang on. Luke Lochran in particular was in sensational form with his speed and classy skills, evergreen George Haros continues to make his presence felt and Oates and Price were also good . Scott Playfair kicked another 4, with Portia and Playfair also being good contributors . At time of going to press had not heard from either the Old Paradians or Mazenod (cut off 8pm Monday Night guys) so cannot report too much on this game . Suffice to say that the Old Paradians took the lead early and were never headed in a much improved performance . Porteous with 5 and Maskell with 6 were both obviously big keys for their respective sides . Boy did Righetti turn on a ripper game . The Tige.L~ started well and got the early break. But by quarter time

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CLUB B SECTION Old Essendon St Kevins Collegians Old Paradians Mazenod Old Ivanhoe B RESERVE St Kevins Mazenod Old Ivanhoe Old Ivanhoe

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pleasantries will end . My old school with their small L young side will find it particularly difficult against the -:more experienced St Kevins unit who will be looking to OLD E£.°-':'.- ; DON 1 .3 3.4 8.7 12.8 (80) put 4 quarters together for the first time this season . OPS OLD IVANHOE 5.0 9.2 10.2 14.3 (87) W persevere but will find SKOB too talented . Old Ess: Piayfair 4 Leask 2 Podger Legudi Hakim D Biggs Obliubek As usual another ripper is promised at Brindisi. Top of the Stormont Best Leask Portia Playfair D Biggs Obliubek Hakim . Old table Collegians make the short trek across town to Ivanhoe: Luxon 5 R Weddle 2 Price 2 Alagona 2 Theodossl Dawkins tackle the plucky Tigers . Cannot fault the lions two Curatolo. Best Cochran Hams Price Capes Luxon Theodoss L impressive performances so far, but then again the Tigers Umpires : Luke Holmes Daniel Mousley (RF7.) (F) Scott Grey M (B) Gavin have been pretty good too. My mate Nick "Me Chef' Owen Roberts Graeme Carter (RDu (G) may have to make a return to the line up today to pick up MAZENOD 0 C. 3.4 6.5 10.5 13.8 (86) Taft or Dixon with Oda more than likely to take the other OIZ) PARADIANS 5.0 10.3 13.5 15.6 (98) Maskell 6 D Chamberlain 2 L Morgan Meehan Parker A McDowell J one, The small ground cold make it difficult for the lions Maz: Jcyawera. Best D Dunne Parry Parker Stelnfort Kelly. Old Par. Porteous 5 and the Tiges rarely lose at their own dunghill with today Dintlrwsante 2 M Mitchell 2 Boundy Clayton Hughes Kreuzer Prat Sinclair . being no different. St Bedes for me just. Best: Boundy M Mitchell Hughes Curran Porteous Loney . North Old Boys biggest problem last season was Umpires: Graeme Hunichen Sachs Koffman (F) Steven Piperno Daniel consistency, and after an improved effort last week they Kofoed (G ) are looking for that consistency and further improvement ST KEVINS 7.2 13.3 17.5 19.8 (122) 5.4 7.6 10.12 17.14 (116) this week. Benny seem to just lapse in a quarter a game ST BEDES MENT TIGERS that twice has proved costly in 2004, and they must play SKOB : Garvey 9 Lucas 2 Greenhorn 2 D Mahoney Chard B Dollmar M 4 quarters. The hopeful return of Mick Matullick and Dollman Natale Rombotis . Best Garvey Lucas M Doffinan Greenhorn Danny George can only help their cause so at home will Crohan L Mahoney. St Hades Mentone Tigers : Hecker 3 P Wintle 2 D Napier 2 S Napier 2 L WInile 2 Walstab Hayes Dory M W[nik 7akic D tip the Sharks to win . old Essendon an d Old Brighton clash at Sportscover Lynch. Best L ItinUe D Napier Walstab MeGettigan Fitcher Samper L Arena for third meeting in a row there. Both are quite Umpires Rob Mayston Geoff Curran (F) Nathan Eddy Michael Saunders happy on the wide expanses of Elsternwick Park so a good (B) Robert Parry Clive Shipley (G ) COLLEGIANS 7.3 9.3 11 .7 12.8 (80) game is sure to occur. Both are 1/1 so will be desperate 1 .0 3.3 5.4 8.8 (56) for a win . Old Essendon started the season impressively HEAUMARIS CnB : Dixon 3 Taft 3 Hosking 2 Mooney Harrison C Hoist Best B Hoist enough and weren't disgraced last week either, while the Phillip Hooking Blum&ld Mooney Unsworth . Beau: Fisher 3 Coote Pitts Tonners may still take a while to get going due to some Lynch Lee Gillespie. Best: Teasdale Berry Conte Boon Healy . late starting key players, and some youngsters still finding Umpim : Peter Simpson GeolTCaulfield (F) Peter Moonlit Santo Caruso (B) their feet. So with this in mind I'm going for "Dent Know" Paul Gait Andrew Esposito (G ) to know this week and guide the Grammar Boys to OLD BRIGHTON 4.3 7 .6 9.8 10.11 (71) another 4 points . NORTH OLD BOYS 1 .5 5 .5 7.9 9.11 (65)

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My contact details are 9553 1561 phone and fax at home, MacGiitvray. Best Homann Dickerson Phelan McCowan Logan Hendra . my mobile is 0403 433 016, or email me your reports to NOB: Sutherland 4 J Barker 2 T Brady Roberts Jarrott Best : Amor Vogles brainco@optusnet.com.au by 8PM Monday Nights please . Tonkin Hyde Jarrott D Brady . And don't forget your nominations for the Player of the Umpires : Richard Eastwood Leah Gallagher (F) Ross Richards Bruce Stephens (G) Round. B BESExyE I OID ESSENDON 1 .0 3 .1 6.6 8.8(56) L OLD IVANHOE 2 .3 3 .7 3.7 5 .12 (42) Old Faradi a ns' - Congratulations from all at to Brett Old Boa: L Fraser Flaherty Ridley Kavanagh McDermott Best L : Fraser A Dintinosante who played his 15oth game in Round 1 . Frazer McKenzie Bartram Howard Campbell . Old Ivanhoe: Stewart 2 Brett joined us in 2001, beginning with the Under's and Hawkes Peacock Adderly. Best Dinakis Davis Kent Braddy Hackney is now a regular contributor to the Club at all levels both Campbell-Fraser as a player and now as a Committeeman in 2004 . Well A4AMOD 5 .2 7 .4 10.8 10.8 (68) done "Tommy" OLD PARAD1Atv'S 1 .1 5 .6 6.6 8 .11 (59) We also congratulate Mark Spinoso on reaching 50 Mazenod: Bouchereau 2 Busby 2 Norman 2 Hawkins Venturini games in Rdl, Mark joined the Club from School in 2001 Kinniburgh Veltman . Best Stagliano Nisbet Busby Norman Venturini and has played in the Unders, Reserves and now the Balloch . Old Paradiana: Bux 3 Palermo 3 Corcoran Simpson. Best Cowles Seniors, well done Spinner. Also Anthony Dean (older Buz Joyce Watson Hart Corcoran. and wiser brother of Damian) on reaching 50 games last ST KEVINS 4.2 8 .3 12.7 14.11 (95) Saturday, Mark joined the Club from School in 2001, ST BEDES bffiVTONE TIGERS 3.3 6 .3 10.3 12.4 (76) playing in the Unders and now a solid performer in the SKOB: Allis 6 Horricks 2 Pangariao 2 Keenan Mullceams Aughton Griffith, Best Augton Keenan P Bare Atlis Mulkeams Pangarazio. St Bedes: Reserves . Well done deano .

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Osborne 3 Ferris 2 Chaplin 2 Borella 2 Hilton Kidd Rhoden . Best Osborne Williams Kidd Andrews Chaplin Ferris . 1 .2 2 .6 2.7 3.9(27) COLLEGIANS BF.AUMARIS 1 .0 2 .0 3.2 3.2 (20) . Best Johnson Mallard Lumb Co : Mollard Malone Rubenstein Parent Abbott Rubenstein . Beammarls : Buller 3. Best Buller Waolnough Gourley MeConchie Gray May. OLD BRIGHTON 1 .2 2 .7 3.8 5.13(43) 4.2 6.2 8.3 9 .3(57) NORTH O .B . Old Brighton : Townsend A Ginnivan Mandylaris McGuiness S Gadsden . Best Paterson S Gadsden M Smith Reid S Ginnivan A Ginnivan . NOB: 7acek 2 G Phyland A Neville M Barker D Sheehan Borg . Best Carmichael Zacek A Neville Herbert M Barker G Phyland .

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B Section REAUPAARIS Coach : Mick Lovejoy Asst: Erwin Leyden Res: Mick Carty 1 . R. Rawlins 2 . H. Gibson 3 . M . Pitts O 4 . M . Matulick (DVC) 5 . M . Ensor (DVC) 6 . A. Spence 7 . D. Foley S . M . O 'Brien 9 . B . Cousins 10 . L. Buller 11 . M . Lee 12 . L. Healy 13 . C. Gourley 14 . T. Collins 15 . M . Boon 16 . A. Quin 17 . L . Atkins 18 . N . Kennedy 19. M. Atkins 20. M. Mellon 21 . S. Coote 22. J. Holt 23. A. Catlin 24. B. GrayY 25. D . Teesdale 26. A. O'Brien 27 . D . George 28. J. Vance 29. C . Martin (VC) 30. C . Lambert 31 . J. Black 32. B. Cairns 33. S. May 34. H . McMillan 35. N . Boctor 36. N . Atkins 37. R . Presnell 38. S . Lynch 40. J. Hogarth 42. B. Gillespie 43. R . Deaton 44. C . Collins 45. M . Duggan 46. M . Saxton 47. A . Kent 48. J . Mellor 49. J . Bryce 50. B . Presnell 51 . J . Mitchell 52. J . Williams 53. A . Poll 54. S . Lee 55. B . Deaton 56. T. Woolnough 57. A . Fisher 58. J . Bramwell 59. B . Griffiths 60. D . Bird 61 . J . Heath 62. A . Pratt 63. D . Galvin 64. A . Coote 65. G. Shattock 66. P. McConchie 67. L Stevens 68. S . Boreham 70. S . Crossley 71 . C . Hawkins

1 J . Dixon 2 M . Johnson 3 B . Mooney V C 4 A. Shinkfield 5 R. Henebery 6 S . Woolley 7 S . Elg 7 J . Farley 8 C. Unsworth CAPT 9 J . Fry 10 J . Lang 11 C . Weekes 12 N . Harrison V C 13 N . Thomas 14 N . Lockett 15 L . Cottom 16 A. Baxter 17 R . Hosking V C 18 S. Taft 19 C . Davidso n 20 M. Hoiles 21 C . Harris 22 T. Skurrie 23 C . Mollard 24 E . Waters 25 R . Muir 26 D . Vial 27 G . Rowston 28 B . Couch 29 N . Burrows 30 L . Moon 31 N . Roach 32 C . Blumfield 33 B . Holst 34 T. Knox 35 L. Nisbet 36 R . Tumer 37 C . Hoist 38 T. Lovell 39 N . Hart. 40 L. Watson 41 N . Baxter 42 N . Abbott 43 E . Malone 44 Y. Phillips 45 D . Gambaro 46 J . Ashman 47 R . Sztar 49 D. Phillips 50 D. Rubenstein 51 B . Shadbolt 52 M . Naylor 53 T. Hall 54 B . Woolhouse 55 T. Cookes 56 B . Lumb 57 B . Horsell 58 D. Smith 59 M . Lynch 64 M . Gribble

Coach : Mike McArthur-Allen Ass Coach : Andrew Sutherland Res Coach : Tony Collins 1 T. Castricum 2 M . Chamberlain 3 A. Tucker 4 J . Ballenger 5 D. Maskell 6 P. Nelson 7 S . Morgan 8 B. Parker 9 P. Gooden 10 B. Chamberlain 11 T. Smith 12 A. McDowell 13 P. Gooden 14 N. Meehan 15 N . Parry (DVC) 16 M. Apollonio 17 J. Beard 18 D . Dunne 19 T. Steinfort 20 C . Murray 21 S. Polan 22 S. Veltman 23 B. Devlin 24 D . Nisbeit 25 S. Stanley C 26 J. Dunne O 27 M. Regan 28 P. Jones 29 R . Sharp 30 D . Hansen 31 N . Snart 32 D . Hose 33 S . Balloch 34 C . Boyd 35 D . Collins 36 G. Hamill 37 L. Morgan 38 D . Hallet 39 D . Bradshaw 40 G. Massey 41 M . Venturi n i 42 C. Raine 43 A . Barry Macauly 44 W. Knight 45 S . Paine 46 M . Hunt 47 A . Manjekian 48 C. Jayaweera 49 L. Halvy 50 S . Ware 51 M . Murray (VC) 52 G. Tilling 53 54 A. Stagliano 55 D. Bonnici 56 S . Castricum 57 58 D. Morris 59 60 61 M . McDowell 62 63 64 65

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Coach: Gerard Sholly Res : Dirk Jones 1 Oates A 2 Lochran L 3 Curatlo S 4 Davis B 5 Gerorgio C 6 Kent S 7 Geishen J 8 Stevens T 9 Payne 0 10 Crowley C 11 Lawry P 12 Branigan C 13 Alagona A 14 Moore C 15 Hope G 16 Price S 17 Corcoran A 18 Hope J 19 Dinakis P 20 Hawkes D 21 roberts R 22 Donaldson P 23 Theodossi K 24 Hares G 25 Byrne E 26 Bereza A 27 Holloway N 28 Morris S 29 Weddle R 30 Gilbert A 31 Stevens J 32 Kefalas S 33 Pratt N 3Tiernan A 35 Pollock M 36 Adderley S 37 Berry A 38 George GE 39 George GA 40 Keane J 41 Nagel B 42 Low S 43 Cornelius W 44 Luxon M 45 Siegersma J 46 Peacock D 47 Snell S 48 Clarke M 49 Quinlan C

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Coach: Sam Assetta Res Coach : Peter Cosgrift 1 . D. Zivanovic 2. A. Hughes 3. D. Dean 4. A. Curran (VC) 5. A. Paglia 6. R. Bux 7. M . Cosgriff (Res VC) B. A. Sinclair (C) 9. P. Palermo 10 . P. Brabender 11 . M. Joyce 12 . B. Galloway 13 . S. Rose 14 . P. Pratt 15 . N . Brundell 16 . M. Godfrey 17 . B. Hart 17 . M. Mitchell 18 . G . Porteous (VC) 18 . M. Spinoso 19 . A. Dean 20 . S. Maher 21 . D . Loney (VC ) 22 . S. Fantone (Res VC) 23 . P. Walsh 24 . T. Lombardi (Res VC) 25 . S. Rehlecki 26 . D . Boundy (VC) 27 . K. Jenkins 28 . J. Kreuzer 29 . A. Morrow 30 . M. Ryan 30 . D . McKay 31 . N . Dallas 32 . S . Corcoran 33. D . Clayton 35. S . Simpson (Res VC) 36. B. Dintinosante 37. A . DiFabio 40. W. Chambers 41 . A . Elliot 42. R . Murray (Res C) 44. M . Hyde 45. C . McKay 46. J . Martinelli 47. J . Sandy 48. A . Moore 49. M . Sykes 50. A . Tenson 55. J . Swindon 56. S . Graham

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S oft Tissue Rehabilitatio n Rehabilitation following soft tissue injury involves the management of the athlete from the time of injury to return to sport. Soft tissue injuries vary in type (e.g. tendon, muscle, ligament, muscle contusion etc) and severity ; however, a generalised program of staged rehabilitation is relevant for all injuries . The length of the program will vary depending on the severity of injury but all stages will still need to be addressed . The s-: )#' rehabilitation from injury to return to sport are : 1. 1J _ : 1 'hase (Tissue Recovery/Regeneration) 2 . nea=v don of la- r°°aal Physiology (Early) 3 . Rea : ;ation of 1 .- ) rmal Physiology (Late) ; (Sport Specific Demands ) 4. Functional "` ' If we briefly consider each of these stages and the rehabilitation aspects it helps us to more effectively guide our management . 1 . Unloading 1'has ; ( issue Recovery/Regeneration) • This commences immediately following trauma and involves protecting the injured structure from excessive loads likely to impact on normal tissue healing . ® Total rest is not necessary, rather protection at an appropriate level is required . ® The length of time for protection is dependent on the severity of trauma involved . ® Utilisation of RICE principle is vital in the early stages with emphasis on compression . Compression at all times immediately following injury is arguably the most important of the RICE principles . Thus keep compression on even when undertaking other aspect of RICE management. 2 . Restoration of Normal Physiology ( Early) ® This involves the introduction of increasing loads/demands on the tissue after suitable time for tissue recoverv has been allowed . e Loads need to be kept at an appropriate level for timeframe of tissue healing . This involves both stretching and strengthening aimed at tissue involved without causing excessive pain or any post exercise swelling/ prolonged soreness . ® Additional techniques (home and clinic based) may be incorporated to assist in tissue healing or movement restoration (e .g . massage, mobilisation, electrotherapy etc .) . The intensity of massage needs to be kept at a suitable level for the tissue healing time (i .e . not too strong as may cause further tissue damage/bleeding!) .

Restoration of Normal Physiology (Late) ® Continuation of loading of tissues to full strength/ stretching loads . ® Loading through this phase will begin to mimic normal daily and sporting loads . ® Loading is progressed through from slower to faster rates of application and from short to longer duration. + Should have normal tissue strength at the end of this stage in preparation for the final stage . 4. Functional Training ( Sport Specific Demands) a Final stage of rehabilitation to be completed before full return to sporting activity . ® This stage is vital to ensure athlete has suitable `dynamic joint stability' via appropriate activation of muscle to prevent recurrence or new injuries . ® Utilisation of dynamic balance/loading activities is important during this stage . Techniques such as plyometrics and agility training are very useful in mimicking sport specific demands . ® Frequently final stage rehabilitation is poorly directed, leaving the athlete vulnerable to injury on return to competitive environment . For successful return to sport all stages of rehabilitation need to be addressed! Recurrence of injuries do occur, even if we follow all stages . However, failure to adequately rehabilitate players, especially th e final sport specific stage, significantly increases re-injury rates! Patrick Custance, " .-szcc= .era ; ;is2, Po,-,, Adelaic' . footi:all Club 3.

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junior club, comes the opportunity to consolidate a terrific talent pool for the future . Given this network, the junior players will have access to people within the club who can provide assistance with anything from homework help, tutoring or mentoring right through to carpooling . If you are interested in being involved in the network, please email me at j_anderson4l @hotmail .com or call me on 0419 303729 . Jamie Anderso n Player & Committee Membe r

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Freezing cold zephyrs for Round Two and results leaving some, most notably a senio r AFL coach, 'gobsmacked' . Four sides went back to back, with two recording their secon d win of the year, and the other duo, left still waiting to salute! REVIEW Despite the icy winds, Therry felt first hand, the heat of the ferocious Caulfield midfield led by Widjaja, Fallu and Frater, who landed more than 30 effective tackles, as the Fields opened their '04 account . Hendo and Fenton solid for the Lions .

remain unbeaten. PREVIEW Old foes, Caulfield and Ajax, go head to head at the Racecourse, and the Fields have some old scores to settle, beaten both times by the Jackas the year Ajax were relegated from C Grade . Kirzner will be a handful, but the Caulfield engine-room can choke the supply forward and triumph .

ESL are struggling to recapture their sparkling 2003 form and today welcome the Vultures, choc full of confidence following their striking display last week . Parkdale Vultures showed turnarounds can happen quickly, but alas for the Animals, their woes will continue for at least another week. Something in the half time water at Gerry Glen Elra cross Nepean Highway, and Green, as Parkdale Vultures slammed 12 goals to two after the main change to, "Eat Dead" their first scalp of the year, Hampton Rovers. The Sullivan boys along with EiE LST WK TOTAL O'Meara were great for the hosts, whilst Ariz CLUB and Devereaux had plenty of touches for the C SECTION 7 12 green and golds . Kiizner Ajax Power 0 7 MHSOB made it two from two, when they Hampton 5 7 Home MHSOB matched it with Glen Eira against the breeze Bannister 1 6 in the first term, before drawing away to Therry Penola Credlin 3 6 Old Camberwell record a comfortable victory . Horne snagged Caulfield Gramm 4 6 Baxte r five and White was prominent for the Highs, C RESERVE Clements busy for the Saints . 3 10 MHSOB Corbett The Wellers again dug deep to clinch a close Hampton Duddy 6 6 one against the Blues . Monash through Caulfield Gramm 0 5 Gross Creamer and Main had their chances, but Caulfield Gramm Guyett 1 5 5 Camberwell thanks to a couple of "hard Hampton Hanlon 4

Ajax started well, maintained the rage in the middle period and slammed home six large to finish comprehensive victors over a disappointing SLE . The Animals had no answer to the Raleigh brothers and Kirzner up front, though Bird and Ristevski kept trying.

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journey into Rover territory where both teams look to reverse their Round 2 form . The Saints will pressure and harass, but Hampton Rovers know they were disappointing last Saturday and will make amends today . Monash have started poorly in both their opening clashes and a similar start today against MHSOB, will almost certainly see a win loss ratio of 0-3 . The Highs have been impressive and on the narrow School Oval, will earn a third straight win . Camberwell's ability to win the close ones sees them travel to Therry undefeated, when they could just as easily have been winless! However, the Wellers believe they can win from any situation and is why they'll still be in the top two, at full time today . CORRESPONDENTS Glen Harrison - gpah@deakin .edu .au

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TODAY'S MATCHES C SECTION Caulfield Gr v AJAX Emmaus St Leos OC v Parkdale Vultures Hampton Rovers v Glen Eira MHSOB v Monash Blues Therry Penola 0 B v Old Camberwell

CY P TNO1.A 1 .1 3.4 5.6 8.7(551 GAUId+'lIiLD OR 3 .4 7.8 10.12 13.16 (94) Tiaeay: McKay 2 R Bannister Clarke D Goodwin Nancarrow Reynolds Tsinaris. Best Henderson Faroldi Edwards D Goodwin Russell Fenton . Caulfield., Baxter 4 Bruhn 3 Argyros 3 Folio Phelps . Best Bruhn Will Carboni Green Fallu Widjaja. Um : Max Wittman Mick Brown (RFT )(F1 Gus Carpenzano Q2DLj (B) Robert Se,ymour Richard Adamson (RtTQ (G ) P>lAP, 4.4 8.4 11.7 17 .10 (112) EMMAUS ST LEOS 1 .1 1 .1 3.2 8.4(56) AJAR: Kirmer 7 Kestenberg 2 Krafchek 2 Weislltzer 2 J . IsraeLsohn E. Raleig Samuel Vanaken Best Janover Samuel Krafchek Vanaken Zemski Kirmer Emmaus : Bird 2 Brown Carve Donovan D'Amelio Me Gloin Best Riste4ski Bird Tribe Donovan McCann Brow n Umpires: Jeremy Heffernan Steve McCarthy (F) Andrew Errington Brendan Cannon (B) Dennis Webster Jack Watty (G ) PARKDALE VULTURES 1 .4 4.5 10.10 16.13 (109) 2d ROVERS 2.3 5.8 6.9 7.10 (52) dale Vultures: Rowley 3 O'Meara 2 T Barr 2 C Sullivan 2 P Sulliva n Matt Sullivan Mick Sullivan C Barr Ryan Hayes Ogier . Best Meyer O'Meara M Barr Dixon Stewart Kelly Hampton Rovers: B Ariz 2(awrence 2 Anderson Greenwood Pucella . Best B Ariz Devereaux Adams Carr Wheeler Umpires: Ben Ryde Simon Stokes (F) Greg Rollo Lucas Robson (G) GLEN EIRA 4.4 5.5 9 .7 11.8 (74) MRSOB 3.2 7.6 13 .8 17.11 (113) Glen Elm, Sheehan 3 McGaw 2 Vamvakas 2 Zosens Neeson Donlan Diamond. Best Clements Diamond McGaw Sheehan Zosens . MHSOB : Home 5 Taylor 2 Smith 2 White 2 Bamert 2 Saultry Umbrick Swskis. Best White tunbrick Home Taylor Thompson Smith . Umpires: Ken McNiece Mark Gibson (F) Peter Maddocks (G) OLD 7.3 10.7 10 .9 12.14 (86) 530NASH BLUES 3.5 6.6 9 .11 10.14 (74) Oki CambezveM Horgan 4 Credits 3 Peasnell 2 Hayford Perryman Tempone. P. Best Hardman Perryman Pike Horgan Hardenberg HetTernan . Manssh Blues., O'Sullivan 2 Craven Gregory Main Blackley Hawkins Creamer Nind Pay . Best: Creamer O'Sullivan Main 1Lrton Farrar Janssen . Um : Graham Thwaites Dash Peiris (F) Craig Aerial (G ) C RESERVE THERRY PR23OLA 1.3 2 .5 4.8 5 .11 (41) 8 .3(51) CAUtFIEID OR 3.1 7 .1 8.3 Their Walker 2 Bosanko T Goodwin M Goodwin . Best Pipintas T Goodwin Betsey Leyland Walker McAuliffe . Caulfield: Lawson O'Hoy Jenklnson Gen-and Buyett Farmer Schneider Jacobs . Best Sayers Jacobs Gerrand Chapple Lawson 0'Huy AJAX 1.2 2 .2 5.7 11 .10 (76) EMMAUS ST LE08 1.2 2 .2 3.9 4.11 (35) AJAR: Benedykt 2 Cooper 2 Goldenfein 2 Rutko 2 Gotlieb Seidl Sharp Best Czamy Friedman Gotlieb Lewski Sharp Cooper . Emmaus: Simondson 2 Batty McCann, Best Ymer Mc Dennott [andy Mc Gloin Bruce Batty 5.4(34) PARKDALE VULTURES 2 .1 2 .1 4.4 HAM[PTON ROVERS 3 .2 7.9 10.13 16 .17 (113) Parkdsle Vultures: linthorne 2 Fogden 2 M. W'mgraave Best finthorne Emmett Hirst O'Keefe Everest Hampton Racers : Duddy 6 Hanlon 4 Gray 3 Crisp Henry Prantzos. Best Hanlon Duddy Prantzos Crisp Quon Mosbey . GLEN EIRA 1 .0 2.1 2.3 3.6(24) MRSOB 5 .5 7.9 9.10 12.10 (82) Glen Elm., Fossey 2 Hollow. Best Pryde King Shellard De Vries Zagame Zurac. MRSOB: Corbett 3 Neilson 2 Moore Harding Campbell Ware Ternes Dunn CZwarno. Best: Campbell Ternes Robinson Foley Neilson Moore . OLD CAMBERWELL 2 .1 2.3 2.5 6.9(45) ffiOPI7ISH BLUES 2.4 3.6 7.12 8.15 (63) Old CamberwelL, Cottrell . M Craven Jellis Rayson Saffar Tipper. Best Cottrell. M Craven Ormsby Schmidt langford Saffar . Monash Blues : Dennis Neil Moresi Hawkins Tots, Castiey Bolton Willis . Best Moresi Hawkins Dennis Bolton Willis Neil.

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Coach: Phil Davis Res. Coach : Barry Simon 1 . N . Gold 2. J. Israelsohn 3. B. Davis 4. M. Dudakov 5. G . Blieden 6. D . Vanaken 7. G. Samuel 8. E . Raleigh 9. J . Raleigh 10 . G. Dukes it . M. Segal 12 . D. Goldenfein 13 . B . Klein 14 . Y. Rapoport 15. J . Segal 16. E . Janover 17. D. Weislitzer 18. J . Kirzner 19. A. Lewin 20. J. Sharp 21 . D. Gelbart 22. E. Wollner 23. B. Nissen"' 24. J. Brain 25. M . Blashki 26. B. Duzenman 27. A. Spicer 28 . A. Zemski 29 . B. Goldbloom 30 . N . Israelsohn 31, B. Rittemran°" 32 . A. Bloom 33 . J . Gottlieb 34 . A. Goldman 35 . M . Jankie*" 36. L Krafchek J . Kestenberg 38. S . Gutman 39. R. Rotemberg 40. D. Seidl 41 . J. Lewski 42. D. Gerber 43. D. Norich 44. I . Same 45. A. Godlewicz 46. A. Sacks 47. B. Lewis 48 . J. Pask 49. S. Czamy 50 . A. Benedykt 51 . L Friedman 52 . O. Henzel 53 . M. PodolskY 54 . D . Rutko 55 . J . Gomo 59 . N . Diamond'*' 60. J . Weinberg 61 . L Szkolnik"*' 62. D. Le vis**' 64. A. Cooper"'

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1 M. Dimackhi 2 D . Fossey 3 C. Massis [ . cl 4 D. Cassar 4 B . Zosens 5 A. Tsirogiannis 6 J . Zagame 7 S . Vamvakis 8 T. Dimackhi 9 A Russo 10 M . Chandler 11 B. Clements 12 B. King 13 G . Brown 14 C. Neeson 15 E. Stuchbery 16 N. Davis 17 L Doolan 18 R . Oldham A. Devries 20 A. Diamond 21 M. Watt 22 S. Emmett 23 S. Neeson 24 A . Taranto 25 P. Khazaal 26 P. Tsagliofis 28 L. Shellard

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15 D . Clyne 16 D . Pike 17 N Credlin (DVC) 18 S. Manvood 19 P. Tempone 20 D Mitchell 21 T Hardman 22 B Howard 23 K Darby 24 B Tipper 25 A Hardenberg 26 A. Whelan 27 A. Sheedy 28 D . Gough 29 S. Franci s 30 R Perryman 31 B Craven 32 G . Ormsby 33 D Joyce 34 D. Schmidt 35 C . Munro 36 S Derry A. Hillier 38 T Hallo 39 G . Rowe 40 C . Jellis 41 L. Ryan

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Life Membership of the VAFA is the highest honor an organization can bestow on a person . The honor has not been awarded lightly by the V.A .F.A., which has honored 42 people with the award since 1892 . The Life Member's citation reads : " . . . for meritorious and outstanding service . . ." . There are 26 living Life Members whose doyen is Norma Fullerton, a Life Member since 1971 . Mavis Bastow and Richard Evans are the newest Life Members as they were honored in 2004 . Last season, Life Members and partners enjoyed each other's company at the inaugural Life Member's Luncheon . This season's luncheon will be held on Sunday, July 25 . On this day, St Kevin's and Old Essendon will play on Sportscover Arena . Once again Norm Nugent and Keith Sharkie have been asked to coorganise this luncheon . 0 0 Q This column over the weeks ahead will profile many of the living Life Members of our great Association .

As part of the reward to a club booking a pre match luncheon at Sportscover Arena the VAFF organises prizes for a competition or a raffle VAFA sponsor Winning Edge provided a$25C Waterford Crystal vase and the prize pack wa ; added to by the VAFA and consisted of a cartor of Carlton and United beer and an assortmerr of Wolf Blass wines - total value in the order o $33 0 . Each lunch attendee was asked to namf the player in the match to follow who might takf the 25th mark in the first half - 25th in li . Five peoph nwitheANZCDaym

correctly nominated St Bernards Dan Jordax (one being his mum !) . The five were then askec at half time to nominate a player who wouk take the 25th in the second half. Mer cGolant,gainofStBernadsfme,coretl i nominated Lucas Fielding (St . Bernards) anc took home the goodies . 0 速 0 The ability of a player to wear gloves in V F matches needs bringing to people's attentior again . Gloves are banned in the VAFA. A fev clubs are thinking that if a player shows < medical certificate to an umpire all is well Wrong. A player can only wear a glove(s) if hi has a letter from the VAFA giving thi+ permission and it is to be shown to the umpire :

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and the opposition captain before the game. My player who doesn't follow this direction and `ti (;ars a glove or gloves into a match is to b e ported and ordered-off by the umpire as per any other report . In considering approaches to it, the VAFA is of the attitude that if a player's injury cannot be protected by professional strapping then he shouldn't be playing. In other words a letter of permission would only ever be issued in extreme circumstances - for example in the case of a perma®nt di®bili . 0 The RSL through the Keilor East branch and represented by its treasurer Henry Cooper presented the Veterans Challenge Cup to St Bernards and cup for the best player to Tait Wilkinson of St . Bernards . ® 0 0 Very pleased to receive an invitation to the Old Ivanhoe luncheon this Saturday . Absolutely ecstatic when I saw it was to celebrate the opening of the "Harris/Stevens" extensions to the Old Ivanhoe rooms . How nice to think the club would recognise VAFA old-fellas Pete "The Agate" Harris an d your editor !!! Reality then set in and we realised that the Old Ivanhoe club was recognising the two great Old Ivanhoe families the Harris's and the Stevens's who did so much in establishing the club in its formative years . Great gesture and I look forward to being in attendance . 0 0 0 Next Tuesday May 4th at 6 .30 pm at Telstra Dome the AFL will be holding a Female Football Forum . The forum is free and is a chance for females to find out how to get involved in a number of areas in the football industry - from full or part time jobs related to the media, marketing, player management, nutrition etc . Guest speakers will include the likes of Kevin Sheedy, Andrew Demetriou an d Danny Frawley . Interested - contact Jenni Ferris at the AFL on email jennif@afl .com.au ® ® ® I was a guest at Old Essendon's first President's Luncheon of the year last Saturday and had a great time and was pleased to be asked to address the gathering . A fellow speaker was Old Essendon's chairman of selectors Matt Mulkearns who won the B section G .T. Moore Medal in 1990 for the best player in B section . THE AMATEUR FOOTBALLER 2004

Matt was then with St . Bernards . Matt gave a terrific speech and certainly Old Essendon is in good hands with senior coach Fran k Dunell (ex Bomber champ and the one of the first of the group of players to head north and start off the "Brissie" Bears) and Matt . So all you young Old "Bombers" when Frank and Matt give you advice listen because they were two of the best in the business .

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It is stupid to make season end predictions this early, but if ever a couple of Grand Final contenders looked obvious, they are the Monds & the Blacks, so their clash in R 8 should be a ripper! Banyule isn't far behind either and their clash today against Ormond will be a good test . LAST WEEK Old Me ratoni s v Fitzroy Red s Don't think Peter Russo would be happy about this loss by his Panthers, whose scoreline tells a sad story . The Panthers actually hit the front in Q4 but couldn't hold the pacey Reds . Ronchi, Baker and Atherton were all big contributors to Reds win . Panthers had good efforts from Nick Fisher at HBF, Michael Basile up forward, and defenders David Cochrane & Matthew Stroud . Salesian v Ormond Any team that can beat Chaddie comfortably on its own patch is a top unit, so the Monds really are looking seriously good . Q 1-3 were very competitive, but Ormond had the grunt in the final term . Monds had a boomer from Luke Russell in the centre, with youngster Wayne Cove doing well, plus Anthony Grace effective up forward, where his opponent was Salesian full back, Anthony Grace! Good effort from Chaddie to hang on for 3 terms against a top team with John Nannes, C .Rose, and Bonnici all having top matches . Banyule v Peninsula The Bears had too much zing for the Pirates, with the extra pace added by graduates from their 2003 U19 side giving them a new look this season . Because of such a great team effort, the Bears could only single out Gavin Donaldson for special mention, but 1'm also told the Senior Coach's new tactic of only talking irrelevancies at all his team addresses is having a really galvanizing impact on his troops!! And if that gets me in the SH one T with Witty Daniel, you and f will

be having a frank and meaningful ! The Bloods pu t themselves under pressure with dodgy Q4 goal shooting in a match about which neither side was full of the joys of autumn . Ben Volumbello starred in the Ruck for the Bloods, Gary Davies did well in defence, as did Bob Moran at CHF, and Cam Colliver made a welcome reappearance from retirement! Leigh Northtvay & Joel Kellow worked hard for the Two Blues.

University Blacks v Yarra Valley Blacks was far too accomplished for the Bushrangers who didn't have the firepower on the day to challenge them . Blacks had another top game from Chris Sandiford in the ruck, with Matt Kempton & Andy Costello shining across the middle . The Bushrangers were pleased with the efforts of Russ Yeo at FB, with Andy Laing and Tim Morris putting in the hard engine room yards .

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2I4YS WEEK Fitzroy Reds v Salesia n Reds should have too much speed for Chaddie & win by 12 points . Ormond v Banyul e What a ripper this game will bei I'll go for the home side by 5 points . There you go Scottie I'm not at all anti your blokes! I'm just a lousy tipster! penin s ula e Prahran At home I can't see the Pirates dropping this one and should take it out by 18 points . Aquinas v ®B The really SERIOUS Local Derby! Bloods to win by a point at home . Ol d Mentonians v Univ .Blacks The Panthers will find Blacks a problem even at Keysborough with the visitors to win by 24 points . Reserves winners should be : Reds, Monds, Pirates, Aquinas, & Blacks . Correspondents contacts : 9889 1979 (+ message bank) & bfhickey6Qbigpond .eom

Yarra Valley - congratulate Norrish & Huo Clarke on playing their 50tla games last week. Huon & Mike began with the U 19s in 2000 and have been terrific trainers and supporters of the Club . Huon was a key defender the 2002 reserves Premiership and played Senior games as well during 2003 . The very popular Michael with his "haircuts" and headscarves is set to play a significant role up forward for the Reserves this season . All Bushrangers wish Mike and Huon all the best!

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OLD L_: :TOidL'-au 3.4 5 .6 7.9 9.11 (65) z iT'"0Y ^=-, 1.1 3.3 10.3 12 .3 (75) Old Mentonians: Basile 4 Kitto Palmer Salty Voigt R!oodland. Best Fisher Cochrane Costello Murphy Basile Stroud . Fitzroy Reds ., DialoorgLs 2 Baker 2 Ronehi Dawson Murphy ClarkeTomese Atherton Lee . Best Ronchi Baker Atherton Davis Edwards Pollard. Uia : David lrons Peter Liddell (F) 1.3 7.5 8 .7 SAILSIAN 9 .8(62) ORMOND 6.2 7.5 10.10 16.12 (108) • S Logan 2 Cooke M Forer Canavan Forbes Bobetic mai n Dolman. Best Nannes C Rose Bonntcl S Logan S Sutherland M Forer. Ornmal- A Grace 6 J Donning 4 M Ferrari 2 D Becket 2 M Martinov L O'Brien. Best Russell Yong Grace Keleher Martinn'v Cove. Uzaphm David Phillips Adam Conquest (F) Jake Mahar Alistair Chatto (G) BANYUIE 5.1 13.5 18.12 22.19 (151) 2.4 6.5 7 .6 9.11(65) PENINSULA Banyttle : J Egan 4~'TiLson 4 PdLse 2Wlli3ms 2 Jones 2 Maxon Chris Taylor Cam Taylor NVillmore Thompson Plant Brown Davies . Best Wtimore Wilson Dooley Williams Gloury Jones. Peninsuba T Prendergast 2 Parsons Cohian ClaringbOld Teelaw Dunne Payze Torossi Best Murray Write Dunne Wilson Prendergast Grow•catt Um : Luke Moncrieff Roland Fuhrmarin (F) PRAERAN 4.3 4.3 7 .3 9 .5(59) 2.1 5.9 7.12 8 16 (64) AQUINAS 0 C Pralmiru'Stafford 4 Fox 2 Alcock Sleight Ballard . Best: Northway Kelknv Ramage Donachie Plummer. Aquinas: Jess 2 Skinner 2 Pierce Redwood Tarulli Moran. Best Vobmbel}o Moran Jess Evans Whitehead . Um : Gajanan Skandakumar Jamie Kvins (F) Amanda Whittaker (B) Stephen Bog7sich (G) 3.5 7.9 12.13 20.15 (135) YARRA VALLEY 0B 3.2 4.2 6.4 9 .4(58) Uni Bdacks: Saviee 4 3 Hanna 2 M Kempton 2 Ria1o 2 Bevaqu a diford Sibilla Smith Vilella, Best M Kempton Smith G Savi~ ,~e Batten Groom P Kempton . Yam . Keem 2 M Laing 2 Stone R Drew Lear N Pask Best T Morris N Pask C Beal Yeo Savage A Laing . Um : Lionel Katz Brendan Devlin (F) Bianca Sha re (B) Dominic Napoli Chris Kakta (G) D1 OLD MENTOINIANS 2.4 6 .6 9.9 9 .9(63) FTPZR0Y REDS 2.1 6 .5 11 .7 13 .7 (85) Old Mentonfims: Bournon 6 R Alexander D Alexander Wilson. Best Bournon R Alexander D Alexander C Alexander Hubbard Millis . Fitzroy Reds. McKemtw 5 Capodllenn 3 Buckley 3 Dibenedetto Hannan. Best L Holderhead Coyne McKerrow Rome Dibenedetto Drew . SAIESIAN 1.1 2 .1 2.1 2 .4(16) ORMOND 6.3 11 .5 14.2 19.15 (129) Saleshau Vercillio Byme. Best Goulden Mailaro Mirams Veccillio Gallagher Oakley. Ormond. • A Russell 8 Stewart 5 Harvey 2 Banks Parsons Naylor Lance . Best Casey Douglas Russell Mcconchie Goonan Dale . RANYULE 1 .3 3 .4 5.9 8.9(57) 3.4 6 .7 10.8 12.10 (82) PENINSUIA Banyule: Creak 3 D Nasrallah Phelan Turnbull Y Nasrallah O'Rourke Best T Nasrallah M Gray Srzren °ta T Egan Creak Meade . Brennan 3 Falkiner 2 Bowman Claringbold Haley Parsons Powell Shardin Vidotto Best Cook Warner Brennan Haley Parsons Cannon. PRAIRZAN 3 .2 5 .5 9.6 10.8 (68) AgUIRAS 0 C 4 .1 5 .4 7.9 10 .10 (70) Prahran: Downing 3 Belcher 2 Took,y 2 Upton S . Campbell Moylan. Best Burnett Boyd M . Vagg Rad}wonih Belcher Upton . Aquinas: Goals : Hughes 3 Moran Lyng Quinn Box MtnabueToppers Visser. Best S.Voussoukis RBrovm C .Lyng J .Huglres B .Moran D . McCartan UIdIV 4 .4 8 .8 13 .12 19.13 (127) VALLEYYAR 0 B 0 .1 0.3 0.3 1 .5(11) Uui Elacks : Moffatt 5 Wood 3 Kelly 2 Nolan 2 Ryan 2 Beaton Black Burke. Best Ross Bloodworth Scadett Wood Kelly Moffatt Yars a V Kerr. Best Seaboome Wines Cooper Wines Tompkins Davis .

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Coach : Steve Bell Res: Paul Harper 1 . L . Toomey 2. S. Tibb 3. S. Edwards 5. M . Hunter 6. D. Minogue 7. C. Glennie 8. J. Jess (VC) 9. T. Harkin 10 . D. Boland 11 . M . Barmby 12 . A. Bethune 13 . D. Den Braber (C) 13 . C. Jeffrey 14 . A. Lorkin 15 . Ad. Williams 16 . J. Hunt 17 . B. Redwood 18 . J. Hughes 19 . G . Whitehead (VC) 20 . D. Skinner 21 . J. Pierce 22 . S. Flynn 23 . M. V sser 24 . P. Harper 25 . B. Volombello 26 . R . Weeks 27 . C . Quinn 28 . B. Helme 29 . J. Wilson 31 . G . Evans 32 . D . Alford 33 . C . Wooden 34 . M. Tarulli 35 . R . Chapman 36 . P. Caskey 37 . S. Leonard 38 . B. Moran 39 . S. Bethune 40 . S. Haun 41 . G . Davies 42 . R . Moran 43 . M. Slattery 44 . J . Tapply 45 . D . McCartan 46 . T. Vandersluis 47 . Ant. Williams 48 . R . Brown 49 . M. Griffin 50 . C . Crozier 52 . A. Pringle 53 . D . Robinson 54 . M. O'Halloran 55 . L Stafford 56. P. Cruickshank 57 . M . Harris 58 . H . Tyssen 59. B . Cooper 60. L. Elliott 61 . I. Drew 62. C . Lyng 63. A . Barrie

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of midfielder Chris Paris and forward Paul Robertson . Despite their contrasting records this year, it is hard to predict the winner of this clash . The Razorbacks have been competitive in their losses against two of the section's more fancied clubs while the Bullants have been workmanlike in their two victories against more moderate opposition . At home, the Razorbacks ,night take the points, but only just . Bentleigh and La Trobe are two clubs looking to rebuild and their clash this week should go right down to the wire . Both dubs have new coaches this year and are still a few weeks away from their best form. Coach Justin Paul has implemented a more direct game plan at Bentleigh but said his side was still to adapt to his new style of play . "Some players are still falling into the trap of going too short and wide," he said . La Trobe coach Glenn Taylor said his club had undergone "enormous change' over the summer with nearly 7Q players recruited to the club . Taylor said only four players from last year's senior team had played so far but was confident his side had improved . l.a Trobe was one of the lowest scoring sides last year and after only scoring six goals last week, it seems as if their attack will again be their Achilles heel this year . West Brunswick defeated La Trobe in a thriller last week to post their first win of the season . The Magpies, with only 12 goals on the board, have struggled to score prolifically this season but will have their firepower boosted by the return of key forward Julian Siebrand . In more good news for the club, champion Adam Continue returned from a shoulder reconstruction last week and did quite well according to coach Angus Hamilton . Their opponents this week, M onash, put in a more competitive performance last week after their round one debacle and with the university semester back into full swing after the Easter break, the Gryphons should show further improvement this week . But despite being at home, the Gryphons might have to wait another week to break their duck for 2004 . Tips Old Geelong 28 Old Carey 20 Swinburne 3 West Brunswick 18 BentleiRh

2 .0 6.1 7.3 10.6 (66) 2 .2 5.4 9.6 12 .8 (80) JiOE F` ; SUPRP'rlOPf Bent : Lupoi 4 Robertson 2 Lee Francis Handfield Ferguson. Best Sharp Robertson Ferguson Clough Handfield Lupoi. Ivanhoe : Vallsanis 4 Frisian 2 Morris O'Neil Healy Rawley Sampson Scarpar . Best Pye Rawley Vallcanis Frew Sampson Morris . Umpir es: Paul Jones Di Whiteley (F) James Gregory (B) Paul Whitehead Jim Exton (G ) 7.3 9.5 10 .8 18 .10 (118) OLI? GEELONG 1.0 7.3 8 .5 11.6(71) WILLIAMSTOWN Old Gee1one. N Betts 5 Vickers-1Villis 4 Munro 3 Ainsworth 2 Grills W Paul O'Brien Malpas. Best Fttzelarence Ainsworth N .Betts Stinchmmbe Munro : Williams 4 Munro 2 Smith Wouda Barlow Taylor Cannon. Wilti Wheeler. Best Williams Smith McCuthcheon Wheeler Grant MonkhursL : Anthony Simpson Anthony Calderone (F1 Gary Clancy Michael Um Lee (G) 2 .3 4.5 8.9 15.15 (105) OLD CA12EY 7.13 10 .14 (74) URPtE 4 .3 4.8 Old Carey: S Wood 5 Kent 3 Vasilopoulos 2 James 2 Hill Cohen T Angus . Best Munro Kent S Wood Vasilopoulos C Angus Spencer Shutie . : Whiting 3 B White 2 Murchie Fidler Piotrowski O'Mara S McFarlane. Best: Fragtacomo B White Prior Kiss Piotrowski Whiling . Um : Simon Olive (P) Pat Mitchell (G) BULLEE24'rEPdPIESTOWE 3 .1 9.4 13 .7 15.8 (98) 4.4 4 .5 6 .9 12.12 (84) MONASH GRYPHONS BuB4emp: Mllesi 7 Williams 3 J Matthews 2 Wise Wilkie D Matthews . Best Schneider Miksi Smith Tulloch Williams. MonassL: Malone 3 L Clark 3 Watson Caxhead Flowerday Waters Rutherford Sharkey . Best Gomizel Denyer Block Flowerday Well s Umpires : Phil Callil Paul Tuppen (F ) 1 .0 4.4 5.4 6.4(40) LATROBE Ufdl 0.3 2.3 6.6 6 .10 (46) WEST BRUNSWICK . Best Ludeman Latrobe Uni : Mawdsley 2 Pruscino 2 Harvey Fan-ant Gleeson Davis Pruscino McMeekin Farrant . West Brunswick: Hussey 2 Hamilton Haysey Torney Tousel . Best Tousel Jenkins Peistch Edwards Hussey . Umplrea: Paul Dinneen Gerald Rolls (F) D2 RESEKVE ~ 3~ BENTLEIGH 3.7 7.9 10.15 11 .22 (88) Old Geelong - congratulates Jim Paul and Jame, ::;orley who IYANHOE ASSU&SP'ITON 0 .3 3 .4 7 .7 7.10 (52) played their 100th and 50th games respectively last Saturday . Bent: Eyles 2 Kopitschinski 2 Gold 2 Ferris Lawford Punter L . Sampson P. Jim has been a terrific player in the seniors for his entire career Sampson . Best: Ferris Punter Roles Hutchison Oldfleld finite . Ivanhoe: with his fearless hard ball gets and strong running . Well done Maud 2 Walters Height MigliorkuScoble Hager Jim, we look forward to the next 100 . James joined the club in OLD GEEI.ONG 7 .3 13 .10 16 .15 19.17 (131) 2000 and this milestone is a fitting reward for his dedication on 1 .2(8) EqSTOS4td 0.1 0.1 1 .1 the track and on match days . James has played the majority of Old Geelong: Kimpton 4 Salter 4 Avery 3 Kilpatrick 2 T Legoe 2 Morley T games in the reserves but has tasted senior fixity as well . His Paul H Legoe Fallaw, Wi : Dowsev. Best- Drnvsey Griffin Jones height has been a great asset whether in attack or defence . Well Oldham Robinson. done on a terrific contribution to the OGS . 2.8 6.11 10.15 15 .16 (106) OLD GAREy CORRESPONDENTS 5.8(38) 1.3 2.4 4.6 SWINBURNE . Clubs wishing to plug Note - Change of e-mail address Old Care'y: Mason 4 L Guerra 3 Bowler 3 Konstantinidis 3 Smith upcoming social events and players milestones can now do so by McFarlane . Best Mason Bowley Konstandinidis Smith McFarlane Battley . contacting Andrew at s3043247@student .rmit .edu .au by e: Andrinopoulos 2 Demarte Barbary Gordon . Best: Goode Monday 2pm, or Peter Williamson - Sutter J Roberts Lang Bcynon Roebuck Peter. PS .Williamsongcentrelink .gov . au t9E 3 .2 5 .4 7 .5 10.9 (69) BULLEEN TE 8 .4(52) 3 .1 5 .4 7 .4 PdOPdASH GRYPHONS awe : D Williams 2 Bucciacchio 2 McMahon Gannas Bulleen Tern Toscano Hampshire t .ea. Best: Bucciacchio Coram D Williams Gannas Hampshire McMahon Monash: B Clark 3 Goals 3 Grenfell Yanni . Best : Robinson Williamson B Ivanhoe Assumption v Old Geelong Clark Grenfel l 7.7 8.12 (60) IATROBE Utdl 4 .2 7.6 Williamstown CY1vIS v Old Carey WEST BRUNSWICK 0.1 0.1 0.2 0 .2(2) Swinburne Uni v Bulleen Templestowe LaTrobe Uni: Dumaresq 2 llewitt 2 Coulter Gibson Blight Murphy. Best Monash Gryphons v West Brunswick Coulter Spring Gurney Paech Dingle Wolfson . West Brunswick: Best: Bentleigh v La Trobe Uni Emerson C'[hompson Marcus 7tvy(ord Tobin .

TODAY'S MATCHES D2 SECTION

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D2 Section BENTLEIGH Coach : Justin Paul Asst : Troy Lupoi Res Coach : Steve Hall 1 C .Sharp 2 JPaul 3 A Pittito 4 S Sice 5 M Eyles 6 A Jolly 7 JRobertson 8 J Handfield 9 TRowe 10 R Pearce 11 D Martin 12 N Aitken 13 S Craven 14 D Vardy 15 TLupoi 16 G AJlen 17 S Francis 18 S Adaway 19 B Fox 20 R Fishlock 21 A Ferris 22 A Smith 23 G McFarlane 24 LHolmesby 25 D Gold 26 B Padgham 27 JSeele Seeley 28 M McCulloch 29 A Clough 30 D Ferguson 31 A Banks 32 D Kopitschinski 33 P Withington 34 R Morris 35 Llreson 36 M Backman 37 P Hutchison 38 G Beattie 39 G Prigg 40 A Steward 41 P Dimattina 42 A Mikkelsen 43 M Vukic 44 R Punter 45 R Brookshaw 46 R Lawford 47 M Scanlan 48 R McEvoy 49 A Lee 50 A Stanes 50 LWilken 51 P Sampson 52 LSampson 53 D Gunn 54 R Oldfield 55 G Richards 56 C Aitken 57 S Nankervis 58 TCaterson 59 l Jackson 60 S Kennedy 61 H McKenzie 63 S Stuart 64 M Hayes

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BULLEEN TEMPLESTOWE IVANHOE ASSUMPTION Coach : Steve Easton Res.Coach: Andrew Parris 1 B Touriganis 2 M Stella 4 W Thompson 5 C Parris 6 ATehan 7 P Robertson 8 J Wise 9 J Matthews 10 P Tsokas 11 G Chivers 12 A Parris 13 D Tulloch 14 A Wilke 15 LThompson 16 S Smith 17 T Coram 18 D Horvath 19 C Morrison 20 M Jones 21 P Gannas 22 G McLaren 23 D Matthews 24 J Newman 25 D Williams 26 S Boyd 27 D Rogers 28 P Milesi 29 A Fitt 30 D Florence 31 L Norbury 32 R Williams 33 N Hamshare 34 S Lambropoulos 35 D Daskalou 36 P Hare 37 P Ganiatsis 38 N Scaglione 39 D Buccachio 40 A Foley 41 R Lea 42 P Edwards 43 M Daskalou 44 R Schneider 46 A Humphrey 47 C Morivitis 48 A Mortvitis 49 D McMahon 50 D Glover

Coach: John Matthew Assist Coach : Doni Valkanis Res . Coach : Anthony Conti 1 . S . Conley 2. M . Maud 3. C. Tucker 4. T. O'Neill 5. J . Scoble 6. E . Healy (v.capt) 7. P. Rawley 8. J . Shuttleworth 9. R. Peoples 10. P. Lee 11 . D. Valkanis 12. P. Tonkin 13. S . Narkiewic z 14. S . Kaso 15. J . Curtin 16. P. Harris 17. S . Morris 18. D. Abud 19. D. Wood (d.v.capt .) 20. N. Pye 21 . N. Blainey 22. A. Height 23. D. Ryan 24. B . Frew 25. J . Frisina 26. P. Cameron 27. J . Finlayso n 28. S . Matthews 29. J . Crapper 30. S . Kaso 31 . S . Scapari 32. J . Icefo 33. S . O'Connell 34. B. Joyce 35. M . Serafini 36. J . Tamburro 37. P. Cotter 38. M . Sheppard 39. M . Ebbage 40. D. Sartor 41 . C. McDonald 42. R. Kolb 43. A. Shemshedin 44. T. Scott 45. E . Nuttall 46. R. Nuttall 47. B. Walthers 48. R. Toogood 49. E . Marino 50. R. Sing 51 . D. Pearce 52. S . Sampson (Capt.) 53. M . Chazan 54. T. Scott 55. D. Frank 56. G . Ford 57. M . Frannich 58. D. Hager 59. C. Mclnney 60. J . Nemtses 61 . T. Mehmet 69. J . Mazocca 78. C. Brown

LA TROBE UNI

Senior Coach : Glenn Taylor Res Coach : Bob Ellis P.Monon 2 W.Brown 3 D.Shekirick 4 H .Davies S .AdamswaBe 6 D.Gleeson 7 TMannes 8 C.Correnti L.Walker 10 S .Davis A .Murray 11 3 T.Ludeman 14 D .Butler 15 S .Brooks 16 RFarrant 17 S .Fi¢ eraki C.BIig7it 9 19 A .Rande ll 21 D .McMe~ekin 23 M .Cossar 24 L.Envall. 5 M .Fannmg 2 6 D .Stevens 27 S .Pruscirro 28 C .Ross 30 S .Gellert 31 A .Mamtnv e 32 M Gt ta ~ 33 34 J .Buttigieg 3 5 F.Tiernan 36 T.Mawdsley 37 A .Gumey 39 R .Slater phy h 40 S .Mur ary 42 43 A .Pouton 44 D .Kerrison 46 D.Wright 47 A .Samson 48 LMcNamera 50 i 54 A .Hewkt l s 56 J .Nield 57 A .VJOO1me r 58 J,DaI mple 61 G~~ 70 J .Oumaresq 73 J .Sewell 78 J .Clark 84 TPeters A.Baille M .Bourke

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1 . S . Bourbon 2, M . Healy 3 . A . Grady 4 . M . Malone 5 . J . Watso n 6 . D . Bell e 7, D . Walte r 8 . J . Blandford 9 . G. Wadley 10 . P. Williamso n 11 . A . Nichol s 12 , A . Gross 13 . J . Stratford 14 . A. Mckenzi e 15 . A . Clarke 16 . P. Rennison 17, P. Rutherford 18 . M . Paolucci 19 . R . Coxhead 20 . C . Staf f 21 . J . Bingha m 22 B. Coxhead 23 . L Clar k 24 . D . Baxte r 25 . S. Kibblewhite 26 . A. Denyer 27 R . Gilchrist 28 . Luke Leeton 29 . P.Warre n 30 . P. Holland 31 . G. Roch e 32 . M . Lewis 33 . S . Nelson 34 . M . Graydo n 35 . B Clar k 36 . G. Bloc k 37 . A . Jenkin 38, M Baron 39 . D Grenfell 40 . M . Willock s 41 . C . Arche r

42 . J . Clarke 43 . M . Mastromann o 44 . L. Wells 45 . J . Gonis 46 . G. Kent 47 . M . Parke r 48, G. Still 49 . C . Robinson 50 . S. Dresser 51 . C . Leeton 52 . A . Flowerday 53 . M . Bourbon 54 . A . Perry 55 . G. Harra k 56 . J . Healy 57 . W. Pocock 58 . C . Yann i 59 . A . Yann i 60 . T Bourbon 61 . A . Waters 62 . N Rutherfor d 63 . I. Bagnall 64 . P. Patric k 76 . Harrak

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D2 Section OLD CAREY

Senior Coach : Steve Maus Res.Coach: Andrew Gates 1 . C. Angus 2. D. Faelis 3, M. Cohen 4. D . James 5, P. Konstantinidis 6. C . Campbell 7- S. Jessup 8. A. Stewart-Holmes 9, B. Andrews to . K. Shrives 11 . N. Everett 12 . L . MacFarlane 13 . G . Trumbull 14 . M. Mahon 15 . N . Bull 16. R . Graham 17. A. Pa rton 18. C . Matthews 18. B . Chiuchiarelli (r) 19. T. Wood 19. P. Drake (r) 20. J . Raftopoulos 21 . T. Collins 22. C. Battle 23. H. Van Cuylenberg 24. L Ba ttley 25 . L Chiuchiarelli 26 . A. Wood 27 . N. Vasilopoulos 28 . N . Sulman 29 . C . Mun ro 30 . A. Guerra 31 . J. Ward 32 . P. Graham 33 . N . England 34. T. Rossignuolo 35. S . McConnell 36. S . Wood 37. C. Adam 37. D. Palmer ( r) 38. L Guerra 39. P. Bennet t 40. S . Angu s 41 . A . Gates

42 . L. Morgan 43 . D. Joyce 44 . A. Kent 45 . T. Bull 46 . S. Hill 47 . B. Crosher 48 . S. Bennett 49 . S. Middleton 50 . J . White 51 . B . Croft 59. C. Mason 61 . G. Morgan 64. C. Smith 65. D. Elsner 76. D. Gri nzi

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Coach: Michael Lockman Res Coach : Ben Dunn Ass Coach: Matt Edmonds 1 M Goldsworthy 2 W Ainsworth 3 J Fitzclarence 4 C Stinchcombe 5 M Vickers-Willis 6 J Bell 7 J Paul 8 G Allen 9 D Salter 10 M Ave ry 11 L Stevens 12 T Paul 13 T Cannon 14 D Taylor 15 H McCarthy 16 T Fallow 17 T Betts 18 J Malpas 19 S MacGowan 19 N Betts 20 J L~oe 21 L Tea g ue 22 T Ba les 23 C Fa~rbair n 24 S Lansdell 25 T HopeJohnson 27 W Paul 29 J Hope-Johnson 30 B Goldswo rthy 31 H Follette 32 A Munro 33 E Ba yles 34 S O'Brien 35 P Birks 36 T Makin 37 T Waters 38 T D'Antoine 39 J Kilpatrick 40 H Legoe 41 S Ross 42 E Plowman 43 B Grills 44 J Urqha rt 45 C Teague

46 J Morley 47 T Carey 48 R Herd 49 T Young 50 A Suvottas 51 J Kilpatrick 52 S Griffiths 53 I Munro 54 C Wilson 65 H Cust 55 C Atkins 56 M Leslie 57 B Symon s 58 J McCarthy 59 R K lpatrick 60 B MaClean 61 T O'Brien 62 S Lyon 65 A Meek 66 J Imhoff 67 H Eastman 68 R Cuttler 69 A Southey 70 W de Fegley 71 S Waters 72 J Settler 73 ATimms 74 STimms 75 W Temple-Smith 76 J Urquart 77 P Winter 78 Youll 79 P Birks 80 P Winter 81 M Bouchie r 82 L Kni ght 83 H Lockie 84 T Legoe 85 A McHugh

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--- _- _ i The VAFA Executive had "burnt the midnight oil" in recent weeks regarding the well publicised decision by the Association to exclude a player from playing in relation to HIV. The editorial in the Amateur Footballer went into considerable detail to explain the situation to all clubs and their supporters . In being found guilty of contravening the 1995 Equal Opportunity Act, the VAFA had been the forerunner in taking a case head-on in the best interests of all concerned and many sporting administrators would watch this case with great interest over the coming months . St Kevins scored their first win for the season against Old Ivanhoe and despite a fine effort from young "Hoer" Adam Douglas with six goals, Marcus Olive's rucking and work around the ground helped SKOBS to a well needed win . Dan Richardson with 7 goals for Xavs went to the top of the A grade sharpshooters . Old Carey, Old Essendon and Ajax were the three undefeated teams in D grade. Barry Hickey's informative D section report suggested that there had been a "desperate scramble to avoid relegation since round 1" and he clearly anticipated a great season for this grade . Umpire Marty Jackson had recorded the best "off the stick" score with 79 at the Umps Golf Day . As usual the umps were sticking to the rules in insisting that Marty could not take the title until he umpired a game that season . A Section umpires were Mark Gibson, Craig O'Donoghue, Graeme Thwaites, Anthony Damen, Wayne Hinton, Phil Callil, Steve McCarthy, Tim Sutcliffe and Geoff Curran . Which of these worthy gentlemen enjoyed a somewhat charismatic career with Caulfield Grammarians and Old Xaverians ? E White's C Farrell, the Fitzroy Reds major target .in attack, again led the way with 10 goals and ensured his club remained undefeated . The Blades Club Championship was being led by the Old Melburnians with a consistent approach from all three teams .

Two rounds and only two undefeated teams in A and they met in the third round . At 4 .45pm the 1993, B Section

premiers, Old Melburnians, were alone on top in A . At home, under umpires Wayne Hinton and Richard Simon , they overwhelmed Collegians in the second half, kicking 12 .11 to 5 .6 to wind up winning 21 .20 (146) to 10 .14 (74) . Best for the Om's were A . Thompson, Berry, WardAmbler (8 goals) and Wright, Grigg, Palmer (Coll) . Monash U .F.C . and the VAFA mourned the passing of Doug Ellis, the founding father of the Monash club, who, in 1961 coaxed Peter "Shanks" Longney, then a first year medical student, into forming a team . The club entered the VAFA with Doug as President . Doug's interest in the club never waned . In 1990 he was awarded the Advance Australia Award for his outstanding contribution to Sports Education, and in the Australia Day 1994 Honours List, he was awarded the Order of Australia Medal . The creation of the present Sports Complex at Monash was largely due to Doug's vision and untiring efforts . Thomastown saluted the veteran in the No . 29 guernsey, Kevin "Flea" Harting on his 200th game . The Amateur Footballer of the day printed MELEES - BEWARE . A melee is where an incident takes place involving players pushing, scragging, jumping into packs, throwing each other on the ground or other similar such conduct (of course, most readers will know that the VAFA introduced the melee rule many years before the AFL) . Brad Hodge (well known in another sport), once a VAFA umpire, was now playing for St Bedes/Mentone Tigers Under 19 . Congratulations to Graham "Horse" Gale who played his 200th game for Monash Blues . As then PC said he is the first Monash player to play his 200th game in the seniors, proving that he shall play despite being old and ugly .

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Tom Johnston, A Section Press Correspondent posed the question, "who is the one coach in the history of the Amateurs to coach one side from F to A Section?" The answer, Ray Walsh of Marcellin OC - a truly magnificent achievement . peter French's successor as General Manager was Phil Stevens, Old Haileybury coach . Phil handed over the coaching position to Simon Meehan . Phil, a school teacher, district cricketer with South Melbourne and 169 game veteran with Geelong and St Kilda, was welcomed to the job . State selectors were Noel Rundle (Chairman), Andrew Chisholm, Tim Connellan, Gus Mitchell and Geoff Reilley . (Gus in 1994, was Fitzroy's Chairman of Selectors) . A Section coaches were Bruce Ferguson (Coll), Stephen Pirrie (Kew), Mark Hannebery (NOB), Serge D'Angelo (Old Paradians), Simon Tallent (Old Scotch), Danny Corcoran (Old Xaverians), Mike McArthur-Allen (Ormond), Wayne Bannister (Parkside), Alan Salter (Uni. Blues) . The Sunday match at Elsternwick Park was a real thriller. Marcellin got off to a magnificent start in the first term, and at one stage in the second term led North Old Boys by 60 points . Paul Considine, beaten at centre half forward, went into the ruck late in the second term and stayed there for the rest of the game . He gave NOB first use of the ball from then on and at the last change they trailed by three points. In a high standard tight last quarter, NOB kicked 4 .5 to M .OC's 3 .2 and won by 6 points . Best were Considine, Daniels, P.Dwyer (NOB), and McIntyre (6 goals), Origlasso, Psoras (MOC) . The game was well umpired by Santo Caruso and Russell Francis (field), Frank Martinez and Peter McTaggart (boundaries) and Gary Clancy and Ken Tyler (goal) .

AJAX saluted Michael Ritterman on playing his 200th game with the club by acclaiming him as their greatest player ever. Starting with the club as a 15 year old then playing with his old school MSHOB in 1970-72 . Michael returned to the club in 1973 . Captaining the club from 1975-1980 winning the VAFA Best and

Fairest Award in each section from E to B in a five year period, a performance never equalled by any other player. After a sojourn of five years at St Bernards as captain-coach, Michael had returned to the club again this year and was still playing magnificent football . West Brunswick scored their first win for the season when they beat Fawkner by 2 points, 12 .13 to 12 .11 . Best were Buckley, Cecchi, Fyffe (W. Bruns) and Mitchell, Cropley, Hills (Fawkner) .

300 games : a rare milestone to Tony Fink, of Old Carey- best and fairest, committee, Vice President, President - a dazzling wingman and an example to all at the club . 200 games to St Kevins OB Don Martin, club best and fairest in 1964 and president in 1970 and 1971 . His loyalty and dedication to SKOBFC has been outstanding and an inspiration to us all . And would you believe, 150 games as an umpire to Brian "Benny" Goodman who joined the "whistlers" after six seasons with Brunswick (VAFA) . Eight grand finals to his credit, including an A and B and Victoria v South Australia clash . Benny was farewelled as he left for a nine week working (?) holiday in Europe . D Section coaches were Alan Quaife (BullTemp), Lionel Allemand (Country Colleges), Trevor Reid (MHSOB), Mick Glen (Old Carey), Mike Perry (Powerhouse), David Groves (St Bedes), John Murrie (SSB), Ken Frenchman (West Brunswick) . Who coached Elsternwick and Heatherton ?

Geelong sprung the surprise of the season when they held on to beat Ormond by 8 points in a tight finish - their first win over Ormond for maybe years . The visitors kicked 7 .1 to 1 .1 in the second quarter. However, Ormond fought back to take the lead in the third quarter . The lead changed several times in an exciting last quarter. Best were Eddy D . Collins, Birrell (Geelong) and Bourne, Wood, Kozlowski (Ormond) .

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VicHealth Form line held up in round 2 . Rupertswood Previe w had a good win and confirmed their status as A few more game s the team to watch . The House also are that will help t o showing some great early form whilst South separate pretenders from contenders ! Melbourne confirmed what a few rumour Itu~ertswoocl in what could mongers were circulating, they might be i n Werribee host be described as match of the day . We have all for a good year ! heard the drums beating about the Woods Match of the day status saw 速 eigfl~ travel but the Bees also seem to have some sting in out to Rupertswood . With the ground fairing their tales . The most exciting issue for both well despite the rain, the Krushers hit the clubs is the amount of youngsters running ground running and looked ominous . The around for them, a great sign! The Woods to youngsters of the Woods found their feet as make it three in a row for mine . the match wore on and despite some wayward kicking, managed to exert their Another good clash looms as Power House authority as the game wore on . Key to the win welcome Uni High down to Albert Park . The was the blanketing job by Nathan Webb on House has started the season in great form and with some tall timber up forward is well the dangerous Kitts whilst the winners wer e also well served by the West boys, McGovern suited to the small grounds on offer. Having said that, Uni High were ultra impressive last and McDonald . week and will be keen to make it two in a row . Werribee broke through for their first win of Fancy the House might be starting to build the season, this time at the expense of up a good year, them for me . Mt .Lilydale . The Bees didn't take full advantage of the wind however with th e Nit Lilydale host Hawthorn and will be power drive of youngsters McNally, Miller and desperate to get a win on the board . Plenty of Murphy, they were able to make up for it into enthusiasm and willing competitors bu t the wind. Keogh and Walsh were also good i n fitness is proving a problem for the home the 12 goal win . Mt Lilydale was best served by Maniscalchi and Van Duuren . Power House got on top of Hawthorn after a relatively even first half to record their second l:ai; ~ !_ST TOTAL straight win . Two commanding wins to start CL~' the season for the House whilst the Hawks D3 5 4:T'I(?Y~ will need to re-group . DUHS-VU Farrelly 9 11 Powerhouse Verberne Ma 7 10 IJaai High also got on the board, this time at Rupertswood Whithead 3 9 the expense of a disappointing Syndal . Powerhouse Verberne Mi 4 9 Farrelly starred up forward with 9 goal s St Johns Horbury 3 7 whilst the Freak Carroll in the ruck and Rose Hawthorn Lauletta 2 6 across half back starred for the winners. Only D3 RESERVE early days but Syndal will be keen to get th e Uhs-VU Forbes 6 9 Rupertswood Reid 1 5 season rolling fairly shortly. Powerhouse Richarson 5 5 Finally, so-~.tla comfortabl St Johns Christian 5 5 r yacountedf Rupertswood Pettman 5 5

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side . The Hawks had a bit of a reality check last week however with the inclusion of Cargill might be good enough to win away from home . South Melbourne journey up to Syndal, hoping to make it back to back wins . Their form reads well with a close loss to Oakleigh followed by a strong win against St .Johns . syndal couldn't have got of to a worst start but will be heartened by the return of a number of key players . Still, South for me . Finally, a game which I think will shed considerable light on the season when Oakleigh trek up the highway to face St .Johns . Have the Jocs rebounded from a disappointing year in 2003? Are Oakleigh the real deal? Not sure about the former, almost convinced on the latter, Krushers for me . CORRESPONDENTS Heard from 5 clubs this week so not sure if the glass is half empty or half full . A bit of club publicity never goes astray. You can email me on ed .sill@locker.com .au or ring me on 0418348723 .

WERRIBEE 4.5 8.6 10.14 16.18 (114) 1 .1 3 .3 5 .4 6. 4(40) MT. LILYDALE Wenibee : Becker 3 K.Murphy 2 D Czajkowski 2 Addamo 2 Walsh 2 Borg Miller Ellis McNally Green . Best: K Murphy A Murphy McNally Miller Keogh Walsh. Mt . Liiydale : Rhodes 2 Cunningham Hansford Hayes Flanagan . Best : Vargo Hansford Kellet Flanagan Van Duuran Maniscalch.

Umpires: Andrew Shiels Shaun Rothe (F) Matthew Jackson (B) HAWTHORNAMATEURS 4.7 5 .9 8 .14 9 .15 (69) POWER HOUSE 2 .3 7 .9 12 .15 19 .18 (132) Hawthorn: Lauletta 2 Dixon Avery H Arold Carle Ogle Pence T Sauce . Best: Fried Ogle Disco Maitnovic Krist Tyson . Power. Mark Verbene 7 Mick Verbene 4 Naylor 2 Sosic 2 Brownjohn Buckley Davies Walsh . Best: Mark Verbene Mick Verbene Hill Sosic Davies Brownjohn . Umpires: Greg Rowllngs (F) Hagen Cosgriff Sam Perrin (G ) UHS-VU 2 .6 7 .10 15 .12 22 .18 (150) 4 .5(29) SYIdDAL TALLY HO 0 .1 1 .4 3.5 UHS-VU: B Farrelly 9 Tate 2 Mora 2 C Thomas 2 Carroll 2 Balers Crackr.ell Lappish Rose Schulz. Best : B Farrelly Schulz Carroll Dolence Diamond Hall . Syndal Tally-Ho : Joy Hayes Richardson Robinson . Best : A Herrmann R Benett I Brigham . M Mosesi A Brown

Umpires: Mitch Buxton (F) Joel Wignall Ryan Place (B ) SOUTH MELB DISTRICTS 3 .3 6.8 9.11 12.12 (84) 3 .9(27) ST JOHN S 0 C 1 .0 1.7 1.8 South Meib : D McCormick J Niemi L Neale B Joshke S Aquilino P Cheevers P D'Andrea M Stefanidakis . Best: T Paterakis S Aqullinia P Cheevers J Royle L Kealy W DAndrea . St Johns : C Horbury 3. Best : K Arnold C Horbury J Dial J Brown A Fonceca N Chalk .

Umpires: Ken McNiece Paul Dinneen (F) Brendan Cannon Michael Saunders (B) John Robinson Daniel Haysom (G ) RUPERTSWOOD 3 .0 5 .3 8.11 11 .14 (80) OAffi.EIGH 4.3 5 .7 6 .7 8 .11 (49) Rupert swood : 4irhithead 3 Breenan 2 Phillips 2 Gaunt Hewitt McGovern M West . Best :T WestD Collins M West N McGovern L Spinner . Oakleigh : Bromley 3 McKenzie 2 A Kitts 2 Hery . Best: Purnell Earl P Holden Bromley Luca s

Umpires: Mark Alexander Miles Argall (F) D3 RESERVE WE EE 5 .6 8 .9 19 .15 21 .20 (146) MT. LILYDALE 3 .2 8 .3 8.3 9 . 3(57) Werribee: Marinis 4 Buchanan 3 Waters 3 Mehmet 2 Barker 2 Smith 2 Hoffman Flack M Czajkowski Bunworth Grogan . Best: Barker Smith M Czajkowski Velisha Waters Mehmet . Mt . Lilydale : Paull 3 Maroth 3 Maltar 3 . Best: Holloway Paull Maltar Delahunt Fernando. 0 .2 2.3 3.5 7.6 (127) HAWTHORN AMATEURS POWER HOUSE 6 .6 11 .8 16.9 19.13 (48) Hawthorn : Jacomos 4 Connell Howudo Tsoumm. Best : Pritchard Collins Crieton Jacomos Flack Tsoumbrn . Power: Richardson 5J Harris 4 Matheson 3 R Benson 2 Reidy 2 Fordham Phillips Pratt . Best : D Harris Reidy Benson J Harris Miller Plazzer.

TODAY D3 SL-'11ION Mt Lilydale v Hawthorn Amateurs Power House v UHS-VU

Syndal Tally-Ho v South Melb Districts St Johns 0 C v Oakleigh Werribee Amateurs v Rupertswood

UIiS-VU 2.3 8.5 12 .8 14 .13 (97) SYNDAL TALLY HO 3.3 4.5 4.5 5 .5 (35) UHS-VU: Forbes 6 Zulicki 2 G .Costa Clarke Donks P Thomas M Turvey S Vernon . Best: Forbes J Thomas D Zuiicki P Thomas A Pendlebury M . Kennedy . Syndal Tally-Ho: Fleming Pless Vagiatis Wang Buckley. Best: Kennett Reeman James Thomas Bartholomew . SOUTH M ELS DISTRICTS 2 .0 2.4 6 .6 9.7 (61) 7.7 10 .9 15.12 (102) ST JOHNS O C 2.2 South Tiielb: Details not received . St Johns : D Christian 5 A Dragwidge 3 A Perry 2 M Hancock G Wilson A Rudd J Cotton D Vanderwert . Best : M Hangar J Cotton A Rudd D Christian P Rudd A Dragwidge . RUPERTSWOOD 5 .8 6 .9 7 .11 8 .15 (63) OAffi.EIGR 0 .0 3 .2 3 .3 4.5(29) Rupertswoad : M Pettman 5 D Hurn R Jaeger P Reid . Best : M. Pettman . Or.kleigh :T J . McC an n A Walsh P Reid M Mckenzie S Carmody Orchard 3 M Short . Best: C Marshall G Redford M R_van J Connellan T Orchard

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D3 Section HAWTHORN Coach : Peter Tyson Res . Coach : Ed Sill 1 A Collins 2 G Broadley 3a A Knott 3b N Patterson 4a S Stevens 4b B Glover 5a S Avery 5b T Kerr Be P Avery 7 C Alexander 8 JR Cargel; 9 10 P Ohard 11 M Pollock 12b A Tsoumbaris 13aJ Murphy 13b J Povey 14a D Lauletta 14bT Fitzpatrick 15 M Tyson 16 C Reed 17 B Ruzicka 18 P Phillips 19 J Law 20 S Parker 21 K Brockman 22 C 2 3 L Collins ~ 24 J Jackomonis 25 M Zaverella 26 N Hayes 27 R Lord 28 T Crivelli 29 P Barker 33 P Stroud 34 R Johnston 35 S Davies 36 A West 37 M Daou 38 B Bruns 39 G Cade 40 P Rossitto 41 J Bogie 42 D McGlenchy 43 I Chepa 44 B Allder 45 B Mountain 46 T O'Hanlon 47 D Iahrff 48 A Brick 49 N Tierney 50 J Gourley 51 S Signorini 52 C Frost 53 M Preston 54 J Berry 55 A Saulle 56 M Coglan 57 B Collins 58 T Dixon 59 A Doyl e 60 G Saddington 61 M Gray 62 A Johnsen 63 D Kealy 64 N Kudeweh

65 G LilywhHe 66 C Lorenz 67 S McDonald

68 P Nikoloau 69 T Papamarkov 70 A Patton 71 S William s 72 M Waller 73 J William s 75 E Sill 76 C Pickett 77 A Smith 78 D Carter

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CD(j¢GI Senior Coach : David Keast Res Coach: Billy Leek 1 . J. Paull 2. P. Hayes 3. M . Brebner (DVC) 4. F. Varga 5. G . Bird 6. M. Jelenc 7. C . Varga 8, K. Maniscalchi (VC) 9, A. Del Blonde 11 . C. Gibson 13. R . Kidd 14. W. Charlton 15. R . Scott 16. D. Morrison 17. J . Lesinger 18. R . McKenzie 19. M . Leonard 20 . D.Watt 21 . M . Cunningham 22. N . Colarossi 23 . B . Egan 24 . L Merrell 26 . T. Flanagan 27 . N. Pearc(VC) 28 . D. Maggs 29 . J . Roberts 30 . A . Penhale (RVC) 31 . T. Hansford 32 . P. Carolan (C) 33 . C. Anderson 34 . L Kellett 35 . D. Callanan 36 . M . Alderman 37 . C. Carstens 38 . J . Charles 39 . T. Van Duuren 40 . M . Rhodes 41 . M . Maltar 42 . M . Periera 43 . D. Holloway (RC) 44 . A . Cox 45 . K. Fraser 46. D . King 47. C . Lonergan 48 . S. Dougherty 49. M. Watt 50. D . Hicks 51 . A. Bullerjahn 53. D .Marotti 54. L Allanson 55. T.Wilson B . Leek J . Mollica J . Commerford J . Penhale A. Delahunt J . Hoffman

POWERHOUSE

RUPERTSWOO D

Coach: Chris Moore Res : Pat McKenna

Coach: Brett Devlin Res Coach : Gary Dean

Coach : Tony West Res. Coach: Shane Mol-auchlar,

1 Murray A 3 Mackenzie D 4 He~ G 5 Kokkinos C 6 Cash M 7 Short M 8 Earl S 9 Hogan C 10 Mitchell R 11 Treacy G 12 Fumell D 13 Britt D 14 Malcom P 15 Redford G 16 Bell M 17 Holden K(DVC) 18 Connellan J 19 Keating R 20 Tolley J 21 Perdikornatis A 22 Ear S 23 Kerley J 24 Kitts S 25 Marshall C 26 Kilts A 27 Zula D(VC) 30 Holden P 31 Bromley T (C) T 32 Hunt 34 Lucas P 35 Nuske R 36 Ryan M 37 Phillips B 38 Cammiss S 41 Way S 42 Dalton S 43 Hinton A 44 Wills N 45 Nevzie J 46 Nguyen B 47 Stevenson M 48 Reynolds J 49 Collins S 50 Lamb C 51 Kennedy L 52 Cooke C 53 Lourey A 54 Edwards M 56 King B 57 Nagel D 58 Glossop A 59 Orchard T 60 Wills D 61 Ciavarella A 63 Couttie M 64 Videky E 65 Hullah M

M Taylor 1 R Humphreys 2 N Pavlou 3 D Boland 3 B Turner San VC 4 M Braini 5 P Sosic 5 6 C Richardson M Hill 8 L Fraser 9 D~~r to B Phillips 11 A Brownjohn 12 J Harris 13 W Elliot 14 P HasetEr San Capt 15 R Anderson 1 6 C M cLeod 1 7 F Doyle 18 L Button 19 J Evans t9 J Nicholls 20 R D Miller 2 1 Walsh ~

OAKLEIGH A.F.C

J 7ayrr z4 M Driessen 25 D Harris 28 R Davies 27 P Cooper 28 M Beasley 29 T McFarlane 30 R Marshall Res Capt 31 M Verberne San VC 32 A Ristovski 33 ham 34 S Hatcha d d 35 J Kilpatrick 35 C Doolan 36 S west 37 T Brownjohn 38 W Benton 39 J Marshall 40 R Black Res VC 41

PArnoM 42 J Howes 43 D Glanville 44 A Contreras 45 V Brown 4 6 T Marshall 4 7 D Crane 47 N Sharp 48 C Pratt 49 A Volz 50 J Best 5 1 C Matheson 52 S Wame 5 3 D Reidy 5 4 E Buckley 55 C Plazzer 5 6 R Nilsson 57 C Hunt 59 B Dallimore 6 0 L Hall 62 M

Webber

2 Purcell G . 3 Page S. 4 Burrowes D. 5 McGrath J . 6 Gallus S. 7 Whitehead B . 8 Elliott K. 9 Clarke M . 10 Albania J . 11 Moule B . 12 Temming M. 13 Sinnett B . (Capt.) 14 Plummer L 15 Webb N. 16 Clarke P. 17 Hatty R . 18 Pettman M . 19 Collins D . 20 Flinn P. 22 Stevens D . 23 West M. 25 Weston S . 27 Temming L. 28 McDonald D . 29 Baines M . 32 Sinnet P. 33 King J . 35 Carlo C . 36 Henry P. 38 Johnson R . 39 Walsh D . 40 Wilson T. 41 O'Ri{ey C. 42 McKenzie M . 43 Phillips R . `M Icely A. 45 Hum D. 46 Howard R . 47 Soutaris A. 48 Bu9eja N . 49 McGovern N . 50 Soutaris D .

51 MacPherson B. 52 Jordon A . 54 Kosta M. 56 Hatty G . 57 McMahon N. 58 Woodall D . 61 McConville P. 63 Morrice P. 69 Bradbury H. 77 O'Callaghan

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P3 Section 0G ST. JOHNS : Ben McGee Coach Res : Rod Walker

K. Arnold g M . Peake 3 D. 0'Connor 4 S . Holmes 5 B . Hilton 6 M . Phaedonos 7 N. Chal k 8 M . Hartnett 9 A Jones 10 M . Caurmad'ias 11 J. Kelly 12 P. Walker 1 3 C. Horbury VC 14 P. Sharp 14R M . Hanger 15 M . Kosmala 1 6 A. Paterson 17 S. Cockayne VC- Res 18 C . Emery t9 J. Cotton 20 B. Rydquist 21 S. Koppens C 22 G . Roberts 23 J. Diaz DVC 24 L Mara 25 B. Waters 26 H . Wathen 27 R . Dawsett 28 A . Dexter 29 T. Ellis 30 R . Walker 31 D. Rydquist 32 A . Rudd 33 A . Fonera 34 M . Hancock C- Res 35 J . Sacco 36 P. Harris 37 D. Ch ri stian VC- Res 38 D. Savio 39 P. Rudd 40 T. Hyland 41 J. Hargraves 42 D . Sanders 43 M. Van Houten 44 J. Ross 45 A. Hall 46 B. Gallery 47 G . Bastone 48 J . Hargraves 49 A. K¢ilis 50 J . Brown 51 C . Santoni 52 D . Harkin 53 C. Rattle 54 D. Vanderwert 55 B . Pickering 56 A. Dragwidge 66 J . Scardamaglia

SOUTH MELBOURNE DISTRICTS Coach : Brendan Moloney Res Coach : Darren Duscher 1 J Washington DVC 2 Ma Hannan C 3 M Balshaw 4 S Stepnell 5 S King 6 L Kealy 7 A Hannan 8 X Kidd 9 S Aqualina 10 D McCormick 11 P Daly 12 A Argyri ou 13 E Henderson 14 D Bell 15 B Laaaro 16 J Neimi 17 P D'Andrea 18 G Cox 19 A Reid 20 W Brown 21 B Johnson 22 T Milne 23 B Downing 24 B Joske 25 S Ath e rt on 26 R Mitchell 27 P Cheevers 30 T Zantuck 31 S Hermman 32 D McGee 35 N Moojen 37 J Clyne 38 D Rowe 39 A Briglia 42 G Gaylor 43 W D'Andrea V C 44 D Geary 45 C Roe 46 A Ray 47 J Ro yle 52 M Anderson 53 D Phillips 55 J Pohlner 6a M Stefanidakis

Dowsett E ngineering The Ros e

SYNDAL TALLY HO

Coach: Jeff Bingham ~ . Coach: Dick Turpin Res. Coach: Tony Psinas Res Ass. Coach : N'tck Murray 1 . A. Turpin 2 . 1 Bingham (VC) 3 M Joy B Bayliss 4 P Henderson (VC) 5 D Hannett 6 V Wong P Gleason 7 A Burns 8 R Bennett 9 0 Richardson J Cropp 10 T Psinas 10 A Hallyburton 11 J Rutter 12 J Moresi 13 S Miller 14 S O'Boyle (R.VC) 15 N Murray 16 J Fleming 17 L Fuller 18 M Bircanin 19 A Thompson 201 Mackenzie (VC) 20 C Hall 21 L Devon 22 M Buckley 23 R Avery 24 M Macfarlane 25 C Clark (R.VC) 26 A Morrison 27 M leplaa 28 A Frede ri ck 29 C Beaumont 30 B Holland 31 A Richardson (R .C) 32 L Hannemann 33 T Bart holomew (R.VC) 34 N Hunter 35 C Cachia (C) 36 T Fleming 37 B Robinson 38 M Christianse n 39 D Hallisey 40 B Thomas 41 M Moresi 42 M James 43 A Brown 44 K Bradford 45 H Rosenhain 46 S Williams 46 D Kennet 47 C Hayes 48 D Reynolds 49 A Herrmann 50 P Agnello 51 C Discombe 52 S Anderson 53 B Smith 54 P Sheer 55 T McLennan 56 A Treasure

O HSOD

Coach: Shane Mottram Res. Coach: G.Temes Assistant: G.Mandalis I M . Wright 2 R. Thorp 3 T. Cleveland 4 L. Gorringe 5 S. Mottram 6 S. Cracknell C 7 D. Zulicki 7 M Farmer (R) 8 M.Gerolemou 9 S. Devlin 10 B. Farrelly, 11 D. Forbes 12 W. Smith 13 N. Rose 14 M. Butera 15 J. Jacks 16 J. Tate 17 C . tangendo rf 1 8A. Hellner 19 J . Uebergang 20 G . Madrigrano 21 J . Hall 22 G. Mandalis 23 G. Temes 24 R . Hartle 25 S . Haynes 26 P. Thomas 27A. Cusic k 28 P. Sklevenitis 29 K Weber 30 J . Partridge 31 P. Dolence 32 J . Michael 33 J. Siraio 34 J. 0'Nei 35 A . Butera 36 A . Pendlebury 37 G . Catterall 38 R. Lapish 39 M. Rea L 41 . Fj~yy 42 D . Wallace 43 M. O'Neill 44 C . Witnish 45 S. Hams 46 C . Siotos 47 H . Gillie s 48 M. Davidson 49 S . Smits 50 B . Warren 52 A. Docherty 53 J . Schulz 55 N . 56 D. Creek 57 C. Thomas 58 J . Thomas 59 D. Macrae 60 G. Costas 61 T. Stathopoulos 63 D. Edwards 64 B. Walpole 65 J. Hams 66 S. Butera 67 M . De Luise 68 L . Holmes 69. A. Dowdell 70 E. Ricciuti 71 B. Goldsmith 72 A. Van Rea 75 S. Mill s 76 V. Cavelieri 77 R . McCormic k 78 B. Carruthers 79 M. Tu rvey 81 B . Will 86 W. H'tggins 88 D . Fsher

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Coach : Tim Ellis Res. Coach: Paul Smith 1 . D. Nedini s 2 . K.Murph y 3 . D. Flack (R C) 4 . S . tGd d 5 . B . Cunningham 6 . M . Walsh 7 . T. Dean 8 . R. Stonehouse 9 . J. Ali n y g 11 . M. Green N C) 12 . T. Elli s 13 . F. Mehmer t 14 . J. Marinis 15. A. Murphy 16. N . Gauchi 17. A. Tedessc o 18. D . Velish a 19. J . Addamo 20. E . Mahone y 21 . T. Davidso n 22. A . Dibati sta 23. C. Becke r 24. L. Carson 25. B . McMilla n 26. R. Bell 27, A. Bor g 28 . D. Czajowski {D .V)C) 29 , S. Dole 30 . D. Sette 31 . B. Water s 32 . 0. Harwoo d 33 . R . Baker 34 . J. Hoffman 35 . B. Bunwort h 36. S. Bianco 37. C . Howard 38. T. Towers (RV/C ) 39. L. Langfield 40. S . Fuller 41 . G. Grogan (R C) 42. P. Thomas 43. D . Buchanan 44. T. Johnson 45. C. Alabaki s 46. A. Carson 47. A . Camille 48. J . Tumskos 49 . G . Fuller 50 . K. Pace 51 . B. Fenton 52 . P. Daw e 53 . R. Marston 54 . C. Smith 55 . B. Brown 56 . D . Fr aze r 60 . M. Czajowsk i

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5 Luke Duthie

5 Wayne Hinton

5 Max Wittman

6 Paul Hoffman

6 Brendan Devlin

6 Not Available

6 Dash Peiris

7 Adam Conquest

8 Mark Alexander

7 Paul Croxford

7 Alan Lad d

8 Landan Blackball

7 Sean Scully (Jnr)

8 Trevor Hansen

8 Nick Evans

9 Matthew Brennan

8 Bruno Savi

9 Stephen Caple

9 Santo Caruso

10 Avi Wekselman

9 Damien Lan e

10 Damian Anderson

10 Shane Mele

11 Luke Holmes

10 Sean Scully(Snr)

11 Tom Haysom

11 PaulTuppen

12 Daniel Mousley

11 Dirk Kramer

12 Jamie Kvins

12 Sean Rothe

14 Sharon Alger

12 Mark Morrison

14 Michael Giiday

14 Tim Tingiri

15 Geoff Curran

14 Ash Hoogendyk

15 Phillip Callil

15 Michael Sneddon

16 Peter Wood s

15 Tim Doecke

16 Scott Fraser

16 Luke Moncrieff

17 Mark Gibson

17 Geoff Caulfield

17 Brett Horskope

17 Michael Robins

18 Jason McNiece

18 Peter Simpson

18 Tim Sutcliffe

18 George Paleodimos

19 Steve McCarthy

19 Andrew Fyf e

19 Glenn Scotland

19 Peter Pulle n

20 John Ralp h

20 Brian Woodhead

20 David D'Altera

20 Geoff Kelly

21 Patrick Maebus

20 Grant Wardrop

21 Nick Ryde

21 David Irons

22 Nick Fennesy

21 Gaj Skandakumar

22 Justin McKeegan

22 David Longworth

23 Paul Dinneen

22 Chris Collins

23 Anthony Calderone

23 Robert Sneddon

24 Graeme Hunichen

23 Peter Griffiths

24 Miles Argall

26 Patrick Coulthard

25 Geoff Moore

24 Leigh Dillon

25 Richard Eastwood

27 PaulJones

26 Andrm Shiels

25 Lionel Katz

26 Sacha Koffman

28 Ron Martyn

27 Matt Cox

26 Daniel Dinneen

27 Euan Lindsay

29 Peter Liddell

28 Paul Lamble

27 Anthony Simpson

28 Leah Gallagher

30 Anthony Lilley

29 Allan Stubbs

28 Ken McNiec e

29 Gerard Rolfs

31 Peter Angelis

30 Justin Lipso n

29 Peter James

30 Simon Olive

32 Jarrod Aspinall

31 Andrew Lougheed

30 Jack Lloy d

31 Rob Schuller

33 Roland Fuhrmann

32 Eli Haye s

31 Robert Semmens

32 Joseph Bolzonello

34 Daniel Stephens

33 Robert Mayston

32 Anthony Damen

33 Simon Stoke s

35 Dianne Whiteley

34 Graeme Morgan

33 Michael Forde

34 Jeremy Heffernan

36 Jamie Gunn

35 Jason Lane

34 Stephen Morgan

35 Graham Thwaites

37 Joseph Hartwig

36 Matthew Meier

35 Trov Brook s

36 Phillip s

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Another tough round for tipping, and thanks to another furiously in defence fo r two out of five, I am left languishing around the bottom of Albert Park, they could the scribe's ladder . Here's hoping I can turn my form not peg back the lead around this week! A special hi also to some of the readers and went down by 2 8 from SKOBs who said they enjoyed the D4 banter every points . week. It is nice to hear of some of the higher grades Preview paying an interest on what's happening in the world of St Marys v Box HUI North D4 . This match promises to be a fascinating encounter with Review both teams coming off good wins last weekend . While Box It was back to earth with a thud for Eltham being Hill North will be buoyed by last week's performance, they comprehensively flogged by St .Mary's at Turtle Park. will need to be at their very best to threaten the Saints, After an even first half, the Saints found space in the open especially considering the good form of Armstrong and expanses and kicked away as Or-me and Dwyer proved too Frail . If Box Hill's Steele and Matty Rogers can again slick for the Turtles . While, Jordan Fro and Johnny perform, they may threaten, however, I don't think Box Galvin tried hard for Eltham, their team struggled on the Hill are quiet up to it just yet as I go with the Saints to scoreboard and registered only two goals for the match as win by 36 points . they went down by 72 points . Richmond v Elsternwick Box Hill No rth registered their first win for the year Given the results of the past two weeks, this match against a disappointing Richmond Centrals . Inaccurate promises to be one of the blowouts of the season thus far . kicking - from Box Hill flattered the scoreboard for Richmond has been ordinary up until now, while Richmond, as the "Buckets and Doyle" show hit full Elsternwick have proven they are a real final's contender. swing. Richmond started well with five goals, but from At home, the Snakes would be hoping for a better then on it was all Box Hill as they ran out comfortable 43showing, however, I am struggling to see where they will point winners . have the personnel to counter the brilliance of Mahoney's Elsternwich took on a promising Westbourne minus marking, the run of Stuchberry on the wing and the skill three injured players from last week and kicking into the of the ball magnet himself, Paul Nevill . My pick is wind the first quarter had their backs against the wall . A Elsternwick by a massive 98 points . tight match ensued as the Wicker's back line, led by Mark Thiele, stood up to the immense pressure applied from the strong marking Billman . Trailing to a three-goal deficit going into the final quarter, Elsternwick used the wind to perfection piling on seven goals to one with Justin Hunter and Scott Grace kicking two each to run out CLUS i! :1f,1_ LSi i'. " , TOTAL deserved four goal winners . D4 SECTION Bull een surprised all with a stirring victory at Bocce Elsternwick Hunter Palace against North Brunswick . Both sides battled hard North Brunswick Hamilton and going into the final quarter it was anyone's game, Albert Park Collins North managed to hit the front in the final quarter but the Old tVestbourne Horsburgh J Richmond Duki c good work of Rob Pasinati combining with Tim Conn, St Marys Ryan David Trinchi and Tim Onvin, who were back to their New Tinetti best, ensured a great five point win for the visitors . The New Lamana Boudoloh brothers were shining lights for North, while D4 RESERVE Fab Ferrante also put in a great game . Eltham Jorgenson 0 6 It was a rugged, tough encounter at Bull Oval as Kew New Ferrantino 4 6 kept their unbeaten run in tact to firm in premiership Richmond Diefretas 5 5 favouritism . The game was won in the second quarter, as Box Hill North Cavello 5 5 the Falcons, ravaged by injuries fell to the great play North Brunswick Carter 5 5 around the ground of Tom Moore and Jamie Dennis . Bull Cobra s Edgar 0 4 While Phillip Chambers and Jason Simcocks worked St Marvs Roseman 2 4

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old Westbourne v North Brunswic k It is never a pleasant road trip to blowy Warriorsville, but after coming off two disappointing losses, it must seem like the trip from hell for Sammartino and his troops . The Warriors will be keen to avenge last week's defeat and will still have the memory of last year's loss at home to North etched firmly in their brains . While North will be hoping the return of Captain Dave Pizzari and club legend Abe Kyriazis can turn things around. I do not believe they will be able to penetrate the defences of Old Westbourne, led by the man mountain himself, "Juice" Huntington . Therefore, I am picking the Warriors to make it two from two at home with a 22 point win . gnlleen Cobras v Albert Park This match has taken on increased significance after last week's results with both sides keen to keep in touch with the top four. Bulleen have proven they are no push over, and at home Cookson's goal kicking prowess will be allowed to shine . The Falcons, ravaged by injuries, know they have a tough ask ahead of them, and I think they are still up to the challenge, even minus a few of their playmakers. Therefore, in what should be a close, tough encounter, I am going with the Falcons to pinch a nail biting 4-point victory . Eltham v Kew Eltham host Kew in what could be a dark day for the Turtles . While last week's loss may have hurt, a flogging today could be shattering for the young Turtles. Coach Wayne Reardon will need his troops at their very best if they are to halt the Kew juggernaut and he will be relying on Stockdale, Savage and Galvin to lead the charge . However, Kew continue to impress and with Lamanna defeating three opponents regularly, the Grubster in and under and the Moore-dog running himself ra,,sed, I think it will be Kew in a canter to win by 55 pnints . St .A7arys - Francis "Big -_-o" _ ._arson plays his "1-3game today. He is described as the :und of bloke you want beside you in the trenches. He is also a great clubman and one of the most courageous players for the Saints and all hope he contests the ruck for 150 more games . Box Hill North - congratulations to Andy Steele on reaching 100 games. Andy is one of the hardest at the ball players at North and his 100th epitomised that, with brilliant smothering and tackling . It is a great effort considering he had a knee reconstruction in 2002 . Press Correspondent s It was another great response from everyone with nine out of ten reports received . Keep up the good work! Please get your reports to gavan .flower@spotless .com.au by no later than midday on Monday.

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Welcome to the Trainers' Assoeiation's thir d column . Moving around the grounds the trainers are very pleased that the VAFA has seen fit to give the trainers a chance of being heard . There are many new trainers so now is a good time to mention a couple of the basic rules that we operate under on match days ,

backline to be clogged by th e presence of trainers while the ball is being kicked in and the trainer is still in the 45-metre arc the umpire will/may pay a free kick to the opposing team . Trainers must

wear the correct uniform, either the new trainer's shirt or jumper ( royal blue & 1) Trainers are permitted to carry water to orange) or the old shirt ( white with blue players if their club does not have any or sleeves) with navy blue or black tracksuit pants enough water boys_ We must comply with th only. The VAFA has given e clubs a one-year same rules governing water boys and that is not exemption which will allow the new uniforms being on the ground during play only when a to be phased in . W e must also wear the new goal is kicked or play is at the other end of the VAFA armbands black for home teams and ground . Trainers like water boys and runners white for away teams . must not be in the centre square when the ball is bounced, as the umpire will pay a free kick to the opposing team . Have had only one email so far so let's hear from 2) Trainers are permitted inside you about any topic to do with making your job the 45 metre arc 'h a Saturday easier to attend to a player when there is a kick in . Email o- k15@bigpond .co m after a behind has been scored only if that player is obviously distressed and in need of assistance . If the player is thought by the Finally a reminder regarding nominations for umpire to be "play acting" to enable the "Trainer of the Month" . Nominations to mysel f by Thursday " :: j, 6th for the month of April .

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Cam Nation

(U19 2,3 & Blue) (U191 & Red)

SECTION ONE - Review The lions have a by e Down by five goals with only a few minutes left, Richard Obee's created by the St Kevins side provided one of the greatest section one escapes in withdrawal o f recent time, running over the top of Old Scotch in drama tic Hampton Rovers who fashion to snatch a 10 point victory from the hands of defeat will play out the remainder of the season in U19 Blue, after Sullivan was inspirational in the side's second win this season, requesting such due to a lack of competitiveness. whil e Mount kicked five up front OM's travel out to the wilds of the Bear cave and will snatch a 24 A similarly close finish transpired out at St Be rnards, where the point win from under their nose. reigning p remiers hung on for a draw against a fast finishing Old OK head -v- heart .. . . .ummm .. .. .C'MON Ts, ro ll them Hoers by 7 Xaveri an s . The home side looked to have the ascendancy at the points with Webby" to dominate . final break, kicking five goals to one in the third and seth~ up a Rupo versus the Bomber in the local derby - the home side will seven point lead heading into the final term. With all the chalk up another win by 3 twins . possession but nothing upfront Xavs all but kicked away four The ~'Jellers stay at home and host the Sharks, who will bite back premiership points in the closing minutes of the match, a 2.10 for a 21 point victory . final term not enough to secure what would have been a morale- SECTION 3 - Review boosting away win. Elsewhere De La Salle an d Werribee Oakleigh -v- AJAX continued their undefeated runs, while Brighton got up by 3 Apparently a match was played between AJAX an d Oaldeigh but

points in a thriller at Caulfield . Preview Round three kicks off this afternoon, with the pick of the action St Kevins home He against a indomitable De La Safe. Having knocked off the reigning premiers, and then shown flawless determination to come back against Old Scotch, few would dare to tip against Obee's side who will look to continue his unbeaten CLUB record as coach. However one cant underestimate De La's early season form, two comfortable victories an d less than eight goals

conceded suggest the away side will have a realistic tilt at Werribee dethroning Obee's side . De La Salle Still trying to shake off a premiership hangover, St Bernards face De La Salle Marcellin this afternoon the home side still in search of their first St Kevins win this season . Bernards are stronger than their ladder position Werribee suggests, an d should get up providing Stapleton an d Pearson put U 1 9 (2)

in solid performances . Elsewhere surprise packets Werribee may make it three wins from three when they travel to Brighton. Uni Blues should return to the winner's list at home to Caulfield, while Old Xavs are favourites to record their first win of the season against a similarly winless Old Scotch . SECTION 2 - Review Old Camberwell -v- Collegians The Lions came to play, and ([ hope) the breeze aided them in the

1!h1AE LST WK TOT: ?. Lee D Rayson Hancock Lynch Lee C

3 10 0 7 2 7 4 7 2 6

Keane 1 Old Ivanhoe Old Ivanhoe Butler 2 Rupertswood Bisop 4 Banyule Dimek 4 Banyule Tsingaris 6 Banyule Skicko 6

7 6 6 6 6 6

U19 (3)

Old Carey Ashworth 13 13 Whitrfriars Aballah 1 8 University Blacks Bell 4 7 Ajax Peters 2 6 Whitrfriars Woods 3 6 Hampton Rovers -v- Banyule Oakleigh Lamb 2 5 Kicking with the breeze, the Rovers hit the huddle trailing by 3 Oakleigh Briggs 5 5 goals, an d "that's all she wrote" . From there on, it was serious U19 Btn e first quarter as they piled on 7 goals. The home side recovered slightly, an d may have given themselves a chance at lemon time .However, the gap was far too great and the lions ran out very comfortable 43 point winner s

one-way traffic as the Bears peppered the northern end of the Oakleigh Clays Nasrallah 0 9 Boss with brutal regularity . StJohns Ryan 7 9 Old Melburnians -v- Old Ivanhoe Reed 4 6 The OMs proved themselves the yardstick I expected, running Mazenod St Johns Diaz 5 5 away from the Hoers in the last quarter at Oval # 1 . Peninsula Wignell 5 5 Old Trinity -v- Rupertswood I saw the Woodsmen first hand and was pretty impressed . Rupo Mazenod Cocks 5 5 ran in numbers all day, and a 3rd quarter against the breeze saw U19 Red North Old Boys Saad 0 5 them win an open, free-flowing contest by 27 points. La Trobe Uni Redmond 0 5 Beaumaris -v- Old Essendo n As predicted here last week the Sharks hosted the Bombers and Aquines Kin orn 4 4 prevailed in an entertaining contest by 16 points. Better Bulleen Temp Vog 's P 0 3 conversion the Sharks home. Old Westbourne Tanner 3 3 Round 3 tips La Trobe Uni Lambert 0 3 Rupertswood Pretty 0 3

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the details are pretty scarce, in fact non-existent . Sony guys, all I can say is Oa)deigh won, by 38 points . Yibbidah, yibbidah that's all folks. . . .. gBh{I v- Old Paradian s spinner" tells me the Raiders destroyed the in-flight service on the way home, whilst pumping out the team song incessantly. pre-match saw a minutes' silence, SBMT flag unfurled, then parade went to work. old Carey -v- Monash Blue s The word from Bulleen Rd was it was like a scene out of Braveheart over at Carey where they registered 59 scoring shots to 5 . S'lhitefriars -v- Uni Blacks The Match of the Round was pretty lop-sided as the Blacks adapted to the slippery conditions better. The Friars missed easy shots in the first half and were 31 points down at the half, but they reeled in the Blacks in the final term to a score 19 point win . p,qHSOB -v- Theny The home side made a good start against the breeze in the first quarter and held'lheny goal less in the second quarter to set up the win. Round 3 tips The Jackas should recover from last week's slip up to fix up SBATt by 7 points . Spinners' Raiders have a hard task at home where the OC's will prevail by 19 points. The Blues will improve dramatically against the Friars, but still fall short by 9 goals. The Blacks travel to Oak Park where Theny are looking to improve. Can't see the lions getting too close, the Students by 6 goals. Tight one down at Oakleigh sees the Unicorns hoping to score an upset. Home side by 5 points UNDER-19 BLUE - Review De La (2) -v- South Melbourne De La (2) trailed the Swans by 3 points at the final change and Smithy would probably say the key to the win was his charges 3rd quarter efforts to keep pace with the Swans . Peninsula -v- Oaldeigh Clays Um. . . . t tipped a 2 goal margin, I was sk'ghtty off the mark . Mitch tells me Oakleigh left their A game at home and the new-boys made them pay from the start leading by 50 points at the first change. It was more of the same in the second and the Clays never really recovered. Mazenod -v- St John's It was an absolute ball-tearer at Mazenod, with the JOCs' premiership quarter efforts being enough to ~et them over the hne. Mental note - a much improved Nodder e ort!! Ormond -v- Bentleigh The Bentleigh boys prevailed in what was a pretty one-sided affair at the Gunn . Ormond can take solace in winning the final quarter, and were pleased with the efforts of Daniel Brosnan who played a terrific game . Down back Gregory Evans and Chris Medcralt had plenty to do but did it very well . St Leo's had the BYE Round 3 The South boys welcome the Pirates, who will pillage and return home with the booty by 53 points. Oaldeigh Clays host a fresh St Leos outfit, who will take the scones 'n' cream bp 16 points. The JOCs are back at home and Bentleigh will be pleased with an 18 point victory . De La should keep on improving with a 34-point win over Ormond . The Nodders meet Hampton Rovers soured b}~ two Section 2 beltings. Nodders to continue their good form of last week and get the points this time . SECTION RED - Review Playing for the first time as a combined side, UHS-VU/SBC showed promise but couldn't overcome a strong Aquinas side who ran out 23 point winners. For their first outing the combine showed good potential, clearly illustrating to the section's other eight sides they are not merely in the draw to make up the numbers. Elsewhere La Trobe only need six majors to defeat Old Xaverians (2), Old Westbourne's accuracy proved vital in an 8

point win against Bulleen, while Kane Maghamez kicked seven goals in a triumphant return as Fitzroy beat Rupertswood by 77 points. Preview This weekend all eyes will be on the game at Bundoora as La Trobe host Fitzroy in a top-of-the-table derby . Both sides have been faultless in the opening rounds, Fitzroy kicking 36 goals in just two outings while La Trobe have restricted their opposition to just 2 majors. Two sides that will have a strong presence postround-eighteen, a win today will serve as a major mental advantage until the reverse fixture in nine weeks time, La Trobe top of the table and favourites this afternoon providing their solid defence can restrain a firing Maghamez . The two sides at the other end of the table also clash this afternoon, ninth-placed Bulleen-Templestowe hosting the winless Old Xaverians (2) . Its been a long time between drinks for the home side, and if ever Bulleen were to break the drought it would be this afternoon on home turf against an undermanned Xaverians side . Elsewhere NOBS return from a weeks rest to take on UHSVU/SBC, the visitors most likely still a couple of weeks away from manufacturing a victory, while Ruper(swood (2) host Aquinas in a mid-table clash that could go either way . Old Westbourne have the bye . Correspondents : Coaches, managers, players, umpires and supporters are all invited to submit matchday reports, statistics, views and opinions to Cameron Nation - camnation@optusnet .com.au, by 5pm each Monday; Fraser Cameron - fraserc@vwd.com.au

TODAY'S MATCHES UNDER-19 SECTION 1 Old Xaverians v Old Scotch at Central Reserve (Mazenod's ground) St Kevins v De La Salle University Blues v Caulfield G r Old Brighton v Werribee Amateurs St Bernards v Marcellin

UNDER-19 SECTION 2 Collegians - bye Banyule Viewbank v Old Melburnians Old Ivanhoe v Old Trinity Rupertswood v Old Essendon O r Old Camberwell v Beaumaris

UNDER-19 SECTION 3 AJAX v St Bedes Mentone Tigers at Packer Reserve (Glen Eira's ground) Old Paradians v Old Carey at Binnak Reserve, Anderson Pde, Watsonla ( 10 D12) Monash Blues v Whitefriars University Blacks v merry Penola 0 B Oaldeigh v MHSOB

UNDER-19 (2) BLUE South Melbourne Districts v Peninsula 0 B Oakleigh Clays v Emmaus St Leos 0 C Hampton Rovers v Mazenod 0 C St Johns 0 C v Bentleigh De La Salle (2) v Ormond

UNDER-19 (2) RED Old Westbourne - by e Bulleen Templestowe v Old Xaverians (2) La Trobe Uni v Fitzroy Reds Aquinas 0 C v . Rupertswood (2) switched from original draw at 9 a .m. North Old Boys v UHS-VU/St Bernard s

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UNDER-19 SECTION 1 ST BERNARDS 2 .4 4.4 9.9 11 .12 (78) OLD XAVERfANS 3 .3 7.6 8.8 10.18 (78) St Bemards: Ty Pearson 4 A Kavarragh 2 Oxenford Walsh Maggiore O'Connor Pitts. Best: Stapleton N Pearson O'Connor Ryan Walsh Katianaoh . Old Xaveriam' Moylan 2 Agius 2 Gunman Fitzgerald Forrest Pyle Inoovino Destefeno. Best: Larkins AginS McDonnell Pyle Trovato Gunnivan . Umpires: Scott Fraser Joe Batzonelki (F) Michael Jones Chris McKendry (G) BID SCOTCH 2.3 5 .4 9.12 13 .13 (91) ST EEVINS 4.1 7 .3 8 .8 15.11 (101) St )ievtns : Mount 5 Lynch 4 Mercouriou 2 OToote Charles Tennent Glenane . Best: Sullivan M OToole Gibbs Mount 4ilssetl Glenane . Old Scotch: Keck 4 Snaddon 4 Annstrong McKenna Pappas Porter Sutherland . Best: Armstrong Jonas Ramage Giulied lilley Snaddon . Umpires: Matthew Gould Simon Ikaztess (C18) (Fj

DE IEl SAIdE 5.6 9 .9 12 .12 16.13 (109) UNIVERSITY BLUES 0.0 3 .2 5 .4 6 .7(43) DIS : Smith 3Hancock 2Davis 2Brovming D 2 Pitcher Kotess Fieldsend Brown Kelliher. Best: Davis Jarvis Kovess Shields Brown Herkess . University Blues. Minns 2 Shuttleworth 2 Muir Heinz. Best : Shannessy Heinz Farrell Minns Westmore Burchell . Umli rea : Matthew MeierGeoffery De%eson (F) Kyle Mankey Daniel Haysam (G) CAIIL GRAM 1.1 5.6 7.7 8.13 (61) OLD BRIGHTON 2.6 3.8 7.14 8.16 (64) Caul Gram: Logan 3 Nickles 2 C Hammond Murphy Kearsley . Best: Murphy Kalaja Edwards Cater Nickles May. Old Brighton: Salem 3 Siemer I'llipovic Pomeroy Sheehan Tolj . Best* Salem Filipovic Moon Edge Duncan Tregear . Umpirea: Josh White-Spier (C18) David Windlow (C18) (F) Jordan Mayston Andrea Mason (B)

MARCF3d3N 0 .1 1.4 4.5 7.7(49) 18ERRIBF2'+AhtATTEURS 2 .2 4.3 5.8 11.10(76) MA+TMPnt^ : Fraser 3 J Bortolotto 2 M Bortolotto D McMahon . Best: Considine Cearomancini M Bortolotto Fraser Wadsworth J Bortolotto . Want= : D[.ee 3 M Purton 2 M Palmington 2 C Lee 2 P Spry T Andrews . Best: T Andrews T Ballan M Purton N Renault M Cations T Roszak . Umpires: Trevor Brown (Marc) Ryan License (C18) (F) Michael NeillyJu}ian Macdani (B) UNDER-19 SECTION 2 OLD CAMBERWELL 0.0 2.3 4.5 5.6(36) COLLEGIANS 7.2 7.4 10.11 11.13 (79) Old Camberwell:* B Cottrell 2 Tsindos 2 C Hillier . Best McGuigan Renshaw Tucker Taylor C Payne B Cottrell . Collegians: Roberson 4 Bushman 3 Lynch Mutton Bol .um Williams . Best: Roberson Williams Stone Howard Bushman Rose. Umpires: Jo Hartwig (F) HAMPTON ROVERS 1 .1 3.2 6.2 6.3(39) BANYUIE 4 .2 13.6 20.7 30.16 (198) Hampton Rovers: Giasaumi 2 7ampaglione 2 Rootsey I Smith 1 . Best: Kobayashi Nicholls Chiaroa Rubtsov Zampaglione Giasoumi. Banyuk: Tsingaris 6 Skicko 6 Dimek 4 Wenke 2 Stauropotous 2 Spicer 2 Kayrooz 2 Christian 2 Gutterson O'Donnell Parser Swill- Best : Skids Gutterson ODonnell Park Stavropolous Pesavento . Umpires: Luke Duthie Nick Ryde (F) Michael Ryde Mark Duthie (B )OLDMEBUIlNAS 1 .2 2.6 5.10 11 .16 (62)

OID IVANHOE 3 .2 3.3 4.5 5.6(36) Old hfelbomaiaas: Cudlipp 3 Moffatt 2 Panton Dick Armstrong Christian Pannafix Haralambous. Best : Parton Dick Kauye Haralambous Mernnagas Ray. Old Ivanhoe: Butler 2 Keane Binney Fowler. Best: Hargrave Clarke Biney Duller Uljans. Ump3ma: Jamie Gunn Paul Rapke (C18) (F) Anthony Vaiopoulos (B) Stmreon Vaiopoulos Victor Vaiopoulos (G) OLD TRINITY' 5 .3 6.5 8.8 9.9(63) RUPERISNODD 2 .0 7.3 12.4 14.6 (90) Old Trinity. Bihvuil 2 Old6etd 2 Laaarotto 2 Kelly Stewart Bourke A . Best: 1'rebster Walsh Bourke A Hore-Lacy Butler . Rupertswood: Bishop 4 Quinn 3 Morison 2 Dowsett 2 Monte Wishart Boxhall . Best: McPhee Plummer Monzell Dale Bishop. Umpi res: Peter Angelis (F) Alex Koutsoukis Blake Curtis (B) BFAUbiARIS 1.3 6 .6 10.9 14.13 (97) BID ESSENDON 2 .5 3 .5 9.11 11 .15 (81) Beaumaris : Clemente 3 Elston 2 Williams 2 Heath 2 Evans Murphy Couples Wall Edmeades. Best: Quirk Norris Evans Williams Taylor Heath . Old E ssendom Old Essendon Zammit 3lfiillips 2 Baskan 2 Cerantonio 2 Towner Tz Best Phillips Baskin Dom Ceantonio Towner . Umpires: Jason McNiece Jack [loyd (F) Will Stokes Jessica Rollo (B)

UNDER-19 SECTION 3 OAffiEIGH 5.2 10.5 12.7 17.13 (115) AJAX 4.6 6 .6 11 .8 11 .11(77) Oakleigh: Briggs 5 Cleary 3 Lamb 2 Callery 2 Litiawassa 2 Hogan Costigan Bennett Best : Bennett Lamb Hogan Costigan Wills Briggs . AJAX : Raleigh 3 Peters 2 Lukan 2 Goldstein Rose Weiner Routmart . Best 50

Raleigh Roum:an Chester Feldy Peters Btanldield. Umpires: Tony u4ty Daniel Dummett (F) Stevie Carroll (B) ST BEDES MENTONE TIGERS 0 .3 2.5 4.6 6.10(48) OLD PARADIANS 1 .4 7.9 10.11 11 .17 (83) St Bedes Montane: McCallum 2 Terrell 2 Knuppel Dowling . Best: J Terrell J Lynch Paterson Waters Sawecss Dowling. Old Paradirsur Spitty 3 Holden 2 Eerthet Derham Giddings Luli' M Thomas Turner . Best: Giddings Berthet Ryan Holden Richardson Serafun. Umpires: B rett Herskape Tom Haysom (F) OLD CAREY 5 .5 13 .13 22 .17 34.25 (229) MONASH UPdiVI:RSITR 0.1 0 .1 2.2 3 .2(20) Old Carry: Ashworth 13 Cornwell 4 Thompson 3 Williams 2 Chuang

2 Iaidiaw 2 Justin 2 Evans 2 Stucco 2 Alexander Nn•en. Best: Laidlaw Ni4•en Day Justin, Ashworth Cornwell . Monsish: McDonald Pollard Mazur. Best: Mazur McMahon Maye Leviston Cniclc.hank Hayter Umpires : Sean Scully Sur Justin McKeegan in Thomas Wencher (B) Daniel Scully (G ) WHITEFRIARS 02 1.4 2 .6 6.11 (47) UNIVERSITY BLACKS 42 6 .5 9.6 10 .6 (86) Whitefr3srs: Woods 3 Hamblin 1 Abdallah I Paproth 1 . Best: Stafford Leski Vince Crowe Woods Abdallah. University Blacks : Bell 4 Strathem 3 Ross 2 Howson 1 . Best Bell Goonan Scott Saulter Barlow Brown. Umpi rcs : Brian tldodhead Matthew Brennan (F) 5.8 10.14 13.19 18.21 (129) MHSGB T1TFdLRY PENOIA 0 B 3.6 3.10 8.12 9.16 (70) 1,1119013 : Swinburne 3 McGanh 3 Anderson 2 Edwards 2 Tan 2 Gold 2 Mitchell Peck Taft Lenehan. Best: Bear Biddington Gold McGarth FTaumatm Anderson. Therry: R Sldathitis 3 S Leech 2 J Dooley B Morris C Cape,vell T Gosetti. Best: B Owen J Quinn B McKay J Boyd S Turner. Umpires : Rob Sneddon Avi Aekselman (F) UNDER-19 (2) BLUE DE IA SA12di (2) 1 .2 5.7 8 .9 13.10 (88) STH AO'+dB DISTRICTS 3.3 4.7 8.12 11.15 (81) DT.B: O'Brien 3 Keaney 2 McGuiness 2 Silvers Morwood Sheehan Hither Fisher McKenzie . Best: Hassaballa Silvers Crowe McArdle Colman McGuiness . Sth A4eYb Districts: Cronin 31 .ewis 2 Kealy Waldren Mahoney Benvenuto Stanza Fiedorowicz. Best: Newson Tangas Cronin Mahoney Waldren Lewis. Umpi res: Nicholas Brown Dean Banova (F) Perrin Brown (B) PENINSULA O .B 8.4 14.9 21.13 28.19 (18'n OA%IEIGH CLAYS 02 2.7 3.11 7.13 (55) Peninsula O .B: Wignall 5 D Smith 4 De Lange 4 Kenny 3 Jay 2 Miller 2 Stainforth 2 Nestor 2 Knobel R Smith Warner Pritrhard . Best: Wgiall Kenny De Lange Barren Mitchell Preston . Oaklelgh Clays: I.azazalds 2 Plrraa 2 BoGtho Nevitt Harold. Best: Harold H Onudu Sofoulis loannidis Dennehy Cook. Umpires: Logan Smith Steve Morgan ( M

EMMAUS ST IF.OS 0 C HAS THE BYE MAZENOD 6.1 9.3 13.5 22.6 (138) SEJOHNS 6.4 10.7 18.15 21 .15 (141) Mazeno(L Cocks 5 Reed 4 Stanley 4 Nutting 2 Caughey Evans Hensman Mather Kavanagh Solomons Weekes . Best Weekes Reed Evans Grahtham Moran Cocks. St.lohna Ryan 7 Diaz 5 Furnell 4 McGee 2 Nelson Monello Walker. Best : Ryan Diaz Fumell D'Olveria McGee Ptalker. Umpires: Tim Keating (Maza Tom Windlow (F ) ORMOND 0.0 2.5 3 .5 7.8(50) BENREIGH 7.6 13.6 21 .13 24.15 (159) Umpires: Sarah McGill Bruno Savi (F) Match details not received . UNDER-19 (21 RED NORTH OLD BOYS HAS THE BYE BID WE5113OURNE 1 .3 4.7 7.7 8.9(57) BULLEEN 'TEMPLESTOWE 1 .4 2.6 5.11 6 .13 (49) Old West Tanner 3 Hudson 2 King Ristevski White. Best: Turner Hudson Squarchi Tanner Ristevs'a King . BulTemp: Details not received. Umpires: Paul Ho(irnan Jo Hartwig (F )

OLD XA 5( 2) 1 .0 2.2 2.2 2.4(16) IA 2ROBE UNi 2 .2 2.6 5.11 6 .13 (49) Match details not received. Umpires : Luke McNamara (laTrobe) Rick Benson (F) Gmente Booth Bernie Jephson (G ) YTtZROY REDS 5 .4 9.5 12.10 15 .14 (104) R ., OOD (2) 1 .1 2.5 2.7 3.9(27) Fitzroy Re:ls: Details not received. Rupertsiverid : Pretty 2 Taylor-Dean . Best: Ata Hodes Taylor-Dean Smith Sylvester Kiplock Umpires: Jack- Fagan Brian Nunn (F) Adrian Borg Scott Gavens (B) UHS-VU/ST BERNARDS AQUINAS 0C

2 .4 6.6 8.7 10 .11 (71) 3 .6 10.6 13.8 14 .10(94) Aquinar, Kinghom 4 Neame 3 Price 3 Dollan 2 Hobson Williams . Best Kinghorn Neame Cooper Williams McDonald Goodard . St Bernardo: Egan 2 Bergin 2 C4arke 2 De Campo Pegg Rumbold A Tr . Best: Rogers Gourlay McDermott DeCampo Pegg Griffiths . Umpires: Scott Fraser Joe Bolzonello (M Chris McKendry Michael Jones (G )

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Under-19 - Section 1 DE LA SALLE (BLUES)

MARCELLIN

OLD BRIGHTON

Coach : Dean Rossely

Coach : Luke Stewart

1 No~eit T 2 Weave J DVC 3 Murphy C Ca 4 Buckthought D 5 Hammond T 6 Hammond C DVC 7 f3udd WvC 6 Jennings S N g Edwards 10 Winter G 11 Evans R 12 Goodwin-Doming S 13 Strain A 14 till C

Coach : David an Asst: Jone~ 1 M Sheehan 2 R Quick 3 M Fieldsen 4 E Browning 4 N Hart 5 M Clinch 6 S Meehan 7 D Keely 8 V Moloney 9 B Vague 10 N Smith 11 R Hancock 12 S Conway 13 L Bowden

1 . T Money 2. A Papaluca 3. J Carlson 4, J Mahon 5. J Bortolotto 6. S Considine 7. M Gorgovski 8. A Layton 9. C Nikolakopoul os 10. J Williams 11 . S Farellyy 12. D Valsorda 13. A Power

i Bartlett M 2 Betts D 3 Cann N 4 Castles A 5 Christie J 6 Cooney S 7 Doherty R S 9 Edg e 10 Fieke G 11 Filipovic L 12 Grigio A 13 Gutteridge T 14 Hubbard S

14 . R Davis

15 Jackson L

CAULFIELD GRA~AMAR IANS

15 Andrew T

14 D Lowther

16 May C 17 Alibrarx~ A 18 Kearsley J 19 PiRs J 20 Lord S 21 Hepworth W

14 M Hayes 15 S Smythe 16 J Adams 18 L Williams

22 Patterson A 23 D'Arcy ZV C 24 Benkerrroun M

22 T Donegan 23 S Ferwerda 24 J Gilchrist

25 Fagan T 26 Kalaja E 28 Nicldos M 31 Ganood S 33 Logan A

27 L O'Donnell 28 L Jarvis

39 Cater B 42 Surldberg M 45 Acfield B

53 D Browning

15. S Tandridge 16 . B Ryan 17 . S Nutbean 18 . C Purcel l 19 . J Crapper

20 D Drobric

20 J Hassell

20 . P Deluca 21 . P Robbins 22 . D Carolan

29 M Nankervis (C )

39 B Oakley (DVC) 46 A Skinns (VC)

23 . A Ceccomancini 24 . A McGlin 25 . D McMahon 26 . S Preece 27 . J McPadand 28 . C Cogdon 29 . D Fraser 30 . R Redmond

Yarra Valley Country Club - Bulleen

16 Joseph R 17 Kennedy A 18 Kennet T 19 Latta R 20 Leaf J

21 Materia J 22 Mathieson R 23 May M 24 McDonald L

25 Mooney B 26 Newman M 27 Overend E 28 Parkes M 29 Pascad J 30 Pomeroy x 31 Reirlcke T 32 Salem J 33 Sheehan C

34 Stenner N 35 36

Tolj Tregear

C A

BEEHIVE HOTEL Hawthorn

OLD XAVERUUIS (1 & 2) Coach U19(i): Adam Sassi Coach U19(2): TBA

ST BERNARDS UNDER 19 (1)

ST.KE ViD'S OLD BOYS

2 Hurley 0 3 Patts 8

2 T. 0'TOOLE 3 B. DOWD

5 Rutrra E 6 Kenfiekf M 7 Freer S 8 McDonnell J 9 R an T 10 Hout9e tt S 111 Bourke R 12 Ryan J L 14 Roache ~ M 15 Banett A C.h Corcoran N ~ , an M{C) ia Scan 19 Mamn J 20 Meehan D 21 Nolan C 22 Sdvaqni R 23 French R 24 PurssC 25 R, l 26 O'Hankon M

4 Walsh M 5 Hughes J 6 Buis

4 S. SEXTON 5 D . PETROU 6 M. HOBBS 7 R . TAYLOR 8 S . RYAN 9 J . SYME 10 D . WISSELL 11 A . LYNCH 12 J. LISTON 13 P. MERCOURIOU 14 J. MARCHESANI 15 M .SULUVAN 16 R . ARNOTT 17 J. CHARLES 18 D. TILKERIDI S 19 L GULLIVER 20 K. MIOS 21 T. WOOLFE

UNIVERSITY BLUES Coach : Tim Giles

7 Literal re C 8 Matthews S 9 Evans D 10 Garth 8 11 Marion A 12 Runnals 8 13 De Campo M 14 Pearson T 15 Joseph G 16 Oxenford P 17 Demorton L 18 Maggiore M 19 Keogt, P 20 Rogers C

21 Whelan 22 Mitchell 23 I~ —o

T A

I J . MAHER

22 D. GIBBS

2. 3. 4. 5.

D. Marshall P. David M . Dwyer A. Farrell

6. L. Couper 7. C. Bradley 8. B. Gin

9. J. Westmore 10. J. Bunkle

11 . M . Shaughnessy N) C 12, T ~itta 13 . J. Hummel 14 . R . Hage 15 . W. Robinso n 16 . M. Dods 17 . C . Northway (DVC) 18 . T. Conn 19 . D . Heinz (Capt)

20 . T. Maddock s 21 . R . Minns

35 Rees D 37 Runco R 38 MeMn-Smith J 39 Ryan .SI n O Hanlon M 41 Fusinato R 42 Stritr!e~ M 44 =D

45 Trovato M

35 Ryan 8

36 T. TREWIN

46

36 Mcdemwit C 37 Angel J 38 Lm+erso B 39 Kavanagh A

40 D . MOUNT 44 J.TENNENT

31 . J . Green 32 . K . Mario 33 . C. ROS S 34. C. Haines

SIMPSON CONSTRUCTION

35. W. Hughes 36. M . Carolan 37. S . Anderson 38. J . Green

G 47 Siik1ety O 48 NadinicA 49 L ch T 50 CC~es er P

51 Bowlc 52 eutlar ~J 53 FaahfulA 54 PageA 34 Stenner Nathan 35 Tat Cha s 36 Tregear Adam

40 Faneu C 41 Crow S 42 Lyle R 43 Oconnor 45 Johnson

D B

50 Schroder

R

a THF GMaTG11R R(1r1TR41 I FR'Jrlnd

23 T. O'HANLON 24 D. SULLIVAN 25 P. GAWVAN 26 P. LONGMOR E 27 J. 0'ROURKE 28 B. COOKE 29 P. GLENANE 30 B. SCANLAN 31 P. McLENNAN 32 M . SHERMAN 33 S. NEOHORITIS 35 E. WILKINSON

1 . G . Muir

D 24 Gourlay M 25 Govan C 26 Mas'pasqua F 27 Watts R 28 Lancashire D 29 Stapleton j 30 Prendi E 31 Sawadori M 32 Bergin S 33 Mcmurtrie D 34 Legudi B

33 Ford D 34 Quinn D

9

M Szakie l

10 T N A ness lle n 12 ATes dorpf S 11 43 PGiau~n 15 P McKenna 16 E Batroune 7 Awanace Symit AFekete 19 T Gaunt

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20 M Ramage 21 W Pearc e

22 T Kec k 23 M Cathi e 24 J Porter 25 A W Suthertand 26 LTalbot 27 S Jonas

28 ~ Dick 29 30 A BoBa

31 J Cade 32 R Gerstman 33 C Backman 34

J Wllianms

35 S Jackson 36 S Elder

R Hocking 38 M Li n 37 39 H Peters 40 E Cruickshank R Dumaresq

42 S McMurtrie

Shields 44 We rs 45 DEMcIntosh 4 467 E e~eau epaire

WERRIBEE

Coach: Fab Gatti

Coach : David Law 1 Egan J

2 3 Monsi~e'iSJ 4 p,nr~~gA

27 28 Purcell White J P 29 Adams S 30 Vu han S 31 R a9 A 32 >IrremeyT

1 BNickless

3 2 K~ M 4 T&,p 5 5 uiley 6 S Ainger 7 L A^nstr°n9 8 B Snaddo n

T Graha m

Coach : Richard Obee

1 O'MearaT

,

OLD SCOTCH

Coach : Bruce Asst Coach : Mike Smith

Quadric

22 . N . Shuttleworth 23 . N . Burchel l 24 . H . Rankin 25 . J . Sundermann 26 . D . Hill 27 . W. Bright 28 . M. Tomey (VC) 29 . L. Woodhouse (DVC)

30 . N . Vandenbosch

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Although some Round 2 results surprised by the Old Scotch 2 margin between competing sides, overall they were triumphed over kind to me as I scored an 87% success rate . Whitefriars by si x points in a match

Review of Round I .

Section 1 . The difficulty faced over many seasons by De La Salle of kicking goals against Old Xaverians manifested itself again as the "Crocodiles" powered to victory by eighty four points . Old Scotch and St Kevin's provided a close contest from which Scotch emerged victorious by just five points . Despite their disappointment, St Kevin's enjoyed the game in which they were well served by Peter Harvey and Tim Robinson . Mazenod had a day out against Old Ivanhoe, who have started poorly mainly due to an acute shortage of players . Mazenod won by forfeit, although game was still played . IN the scratch match Mazenod 's star was Mick Fothergill with eleven goals . Midfielder, Curtis Collins also did well . Captain, Corey Jewell and Al White battled hard for Old Ivanhoe . Old Brighton won by five points over Old Essendon, who had most of the play but whose inaccuracy was extremely poor as they did not kick a goal until well into the last quarter . It was a day out for the Stevens clan . . . C .E .O . Phil . Unfurled the 2003 pennant for O .E . while Stevens and Geoff Steven were their best players . With victory by ninety eight points over Marcellin, Prahran again showed its strength . Section 2 . Monash Blues made it two wins in a row by defeating Collegians by thirteen points . Fitzroy Reds were too strong for Eley Park as they won convincingly by eighty seven points . Eley Park's slow start must be disappointing to their officials and supporters . Newsmakers, Old Melburnians again showed their strength with a forty three point win over University Blacks . Their star was A.F.L. Football Operations Manager, Adrian Anderson, who kicked four goals in a best on ground display . Again Ameet Bains did well for the O .M .s . Therry Penola trailed Old Xaverians throughout their match before succumbing by forty five points . Therry Penola coach, Bob Lyons, again suffered a miserable week end !! 56

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,that they forgot the team work that brought success in Round 1 . Old Trinity continued on their winning way with a sixty three point win over Monash Gryphons, who now find themselves tenth on the ladder. preview of Round 3 . Section I . At McHale Stadium, Old Xaverians play long standing rivals, Old Scotch. The game should show us the true strength of Old Scotch . Old Xaverians, who continue to meet every challenge, should win this encounter too . Mazenod fresh from last week meet St Kevin's who have yet to win . A good battle should ensue although I expect Mazenod to prove too talented . Unless Old Ivanhoe can field a full complement of players willing to give all they will not be competitive against Old Essendon, even at Chelsworth Park . I select Old Essendon as Old Ivanhoe players must support Corey Jewell a lot more to warrant my selection . Old Brighton can do no more than win, as they did in Round 2 . However they will again meet strong opposition as Prahran will seek to maintain their unbeaten run . I select Prahran even though the game will be at Brighton Beach . De La Salle should win over Marcellin, who seem to lack the depth of talent possessed by the leading bunch of sides. Sorry Peter but that's what the scores indicate. Section 2 .

Fitzroy Reds, with their competitive style of play, should be able to defeat Collegians, who have yet to taste victory in 2004 . I expect Old Melburnians to continue on their winning way at the expense of Eley Park . The ruck duels between Daniel Grant (E.P .) and Michael Verge should prove a highlight of this game. Also Eley Park do not have a defender capable of holding Tim Mulligan to a few kicks and fewer goals . The match between University Blacks and Old Xaverians should give guidance as to the respective strength of the sides . I was impressed by the Xaverian style last week and also the Black's player confidence could be down . I therefore select Old Xaverians . Therry Penola have not impressed in either match . Their decision making on the field must cause frustration to coach, Bob Lyons . Their visitors today, Whitefriars also are yet to win and they missed a golden opportunity last week . At home I select Therry Penola. Undefeated sides, Monash Blues and Old Scotch 2 meet at Monash . Old Scotch showed class in Round 2 by winning into the wind . Based on that determination, I select them to win again today even on the Blues home ground .

Section 3 . I do not believe St Leo's will possess either the fitness nor the talent to defeat the University Blues juggernaut which to date has answered every challenge. Neither Old Scotch 3 nor Old Carey has much form to warrant selection. I understand Old Scotch Coach, "Sandy" Robertson is actively building his list so Old Scotch could be gaining momentum . I select them to defeat Old Carey, who have suffered two heavy losses . On form it is impossible to go past Old Geelong even though Caulfield grammarians won so well in Round 2 . The wide spaces of Como Park should favour the home side . Old Trinity should continue on their winning way against La Trobe University who lost their way down south last week . North Old Boys should win their second match against Monash Gryphons who are finding the required standard hard to reach . Correspondents : Please don't forget to contact me by telephone (9467 2857) or e mail : nknugent@alphalink .com .au by noon Monday .

TODAY'S MATCHES CLUB 18 (1 ) Old Xaverians v Old Scotch at Central Reserve (Mazenod's ground) St Kevins v Mazenod 0 C Old Ivanhoe v Old Essendon Gr Old Brighton v Prahran De La Salle v Marcelli n

CLUB 18 (2) Collegians v Fitzroy Reds Eley Park v Old Melburnians University Blacks v Old Xaverians (2) Therry Penola 0 B v Whitefriars - Oval 1 John Pascoe Fawkner Reserve (16 F6 ) Monash Blues v Old Scotch (2)

CLUB 18 (3 ) University Blues v Emmaus St Leos 0 C Old Scotch (3) v Old Care y Old Geelong v Caulfield Or La Trobe Uni v Old Trinity North Old Boys v Monash Gryphons

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CLUB 18 (1) DE LA SALLE 3.0 3.2 3 .5 4.8 (30) OLD XAVL:RIANS 3.3 9.4 10 .8 17 .12 (114) DIS : Strauss Hawker Tucker Vine. Best: Stinear Tucker Dimble Hessie Craig Strause . Old Rav : Dillon 7 Davies 3 Hardwick 3 Fay 2 Jones Curnow . Best : Dillon Hardwick Hall Rathgeber Davies Fay Umpires : Dean Banova Tony Byrnes (F ) OLD SCOTCH 4 .3 7 .7 10 .8 13 .11 (89) ST. KEVINS 4.0 7 .2 11 .5 13.6(84) Old Scotch: Gerstman 4 Dufour 2 E Beaurepaire Elliott Feteke Kings Harkness Hocking Tesdorpf. Best: T Graham Elliott Pearce R Gerstman J Beaurepaire Brownell. St . Kevins : P Harvey 5 Robinson 3 Trewin 2 Clark Halpin Simms. Best : Harvey Macey Collins Simms Markahon Game . Umpires : Trevor Hansen Simon Pearless (F ) MAZENOD 0 C received forfeit OLD IVANHOE Umpires: Tom Windlow (F) OLD ESSENDON 0 .6 0.11 0 .12 3.15 (33) OLD BRIGHTON 2 .3 2 .3 4.6 5 .8(38) Old Essendon : Steven 3 . Best: Steven Stevens Turner Cariss Poulton Newland . Old Brighton : G . Earl 2 Davies Oakley O'Neill . Best: O'Neill Slater W. Earl G . Earl Carra Butler Umpires: Brian Curthoys Tony Robbins (F ) MARCELLIN 2 .1 2 .2 2.3 3 .4(22) PRAHRAN 3 .3 10.9 14 .13 18.16 (124) LSarceBin : Wall Dowling Spinella. Best: Andrew Dowling Spinella . Prahran: Cartlidge 6 Maughan 3 Farrell 2 Smith Davies Hilson Green Macpherson Haywood Belej . Best : Macpherson Green Cartlidge Scott Geri Belej . Umpires : Ry an Hense (F) CLUB 18 (2)

BfONASH BLUES 1 .4 2.5 5.8 6.9(45) COLLEGIANS 1 .1 2.4 2 .5 4.8(32) Monash: M Woods 3 Coughlin 2 L Woods . Best: M Woods Coughlin Krebs Batrouney L Woods B Dods . Coll egians: Grant 2 M Day Hains . Best : Perkov Schneider Askew Hains Slatyer Grant . Umpires: Frank Kavanagh Joseph Salvatore (F ) FITZROY REDS 7.3 9.5 12 .9 17 .13 (115) ELEY PARK 0.2 2.3 2 .4 4.4 (28) Fitzroy Reds : Densley 4 Jackson 2 Grimmett 2 Vaughan Prior Steer Andrew Woolford Gleesan Hamilton Baldwin Mackay . Best: Densley Auden Gleeson Rizun Jackson Steer Eley Park: Jackson 2 Kay Blake. Best: Smith Braclunan Park Grant Jackson Kett Umpires : Brian Nunn (F) OLD MELBURNIANS 6.2 10 .3 13 .6 15.8 (98) UNIVERSITY BLACKS 2.2 3 .4 5 .4 8.7(55) Match details not received.

Umpires : Jamie Gunn Paul Rapke (F )

OLD :L3VERIANS 3 .3 9.5 10.6 12 .8 (80) THE'.:i2Y 1 .1 1 .1 3.3 5 .5(35 ) : Richards 2 O'Loughlin 2 Carradus Chamberlin Gleeson Old Xav Ireland McInerney McLean Stapleton Stribley . Best: N Quinn O'Loughlin Richards McLean O'Connell Therry: Keenan 2 Ward Watson Alweil . Best : Watson Kenessy Keenan Ward Alwell Maresdic, Umpires : Rick Benson (F ) OLD SCOTCH ( 2) 6.2 6.4 7.8 10 .9(69) WHITEFRIARS 1 .2 6.4 6.5 9 .9(63) Old Scotch : Simon 3 Fraser 3 Adderley 2 Ireland I Lavelle. Best: J Simon G Junkeer T Fraser D Comport A Ventura . Whitefr lars: Details not received . Umpires : Paul Nailer (F ) CLUB 18 (3)

NORTH OLD BOYS 1 .0 2.2 2.2 2 .2(14) UNI BLUFS 4.4 7.9 11 .13 12 .16 (88) NOB: Cerini Connoly Best : C Phyland Muscat Rocco C Stribley D Stribley Christian . Uni Blues: Callery Birks 3 Fulton Ritchie 2 Anderson Sudholtz Best : Marlyn Maplestone Birks Mcphail Irving Ritchie Umpires : Tony Began (F) EB§MAUS ST LEOS 0 C 3.2 7.3 10 .7 13.8 (86) OLD SCOTCH (3) 0.4 2.6 5 .8 7.8 (50) Emmaus St Leos: Contessotto 4 D McGloin 3 D Carey D Wood M Heyes S Mescher M Montgomery S Manton . Best : P Levtins D Woods S Bavage D McGloin D Tomklns N Foley. Old Scotch: Illingworth 4 Addison 2 Leech. Best: lllingworth Addison Best Blandford Iser M Garbellini . Umpires : Gavan Began (F) OLD CAREY 0 .0 5 .1 5 .3 6.3 (39) OLD GEELONG 7.6 11.11 17 .13 25 .17 (167) Old Carey : Van Cylenberg 3 Small Howard Croft . Best:Van Cylenberg White Croft Busse Davy Grim. Old Geelong: Makin 6 Slattery 6 Waters 3 Lyons 3 Leslie 2 Phillo 2 Hyde Lockie Peck . Best: Makin Slattery Leslie Phillo Waters Lyons Umpires : Joe Ciccotosto (F) CAUL GRAM 4 .1 5 .6 8.6 15 .8 (98) LATROBE UNI 2 .3 3 .4 4.7 4 .9(33) Caul Gram : Dahvood 5 Minter 2 Elias Townley Bettany BrohierJohnson McDonald Franklin-Jones. Best: Hepworth Dalwood Brohier J.Gross Alibando Patterson. Latrobe Uni: Palmieri 2 Sewell Woohner. Best: Sewell Nield Dunne G .Murphy Steele Tingate.

Umpires: Josh White-Spier David Windlow (F ) ffiONASH GRYPHONS 0 .0 0.2 2.3 2 .5 (17) OLD TRINITY 2 .4 5.8 7.9 11.14 (80) ffionash Gryphons: Lewis Goold. Best: Dresser Hambridge Gilchrist P Mastromanno Archer Lewis . Old Trinity: Arrowsmith 3 Chitley 2 0°Shea 2 Manasso McDonald Cade Burgess. Best: Burgess Heaven Arrowsmith Gamble Hilderbrandt A Amicom. Umpires: Mark Thornhill (F)

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DEVELOPMENT ASSOCIATION FOOTBALL SEASON 2004 Well the season is finally underway and Round 1 of the FIDA season has been and gone . In the season openers at Parkville we saw Maribyrnong take on Ringwood in the first game and Maribyrnong were to strong for the Blues beating them 15.10 .100 to no score, Maribynong this year look like the real deal and one of the teams to beat . The second game of Division 2 seen a much closer game between Port Colts 2 and Parkside, it started of with Park-side jumping out of the blocks and then we saw the Colts make a comeback but just falling short losing to Park-side The scores were Pakside running out winners 7 .7 .49 to the Colts 4.5.29 .

In the first of the Division 1 games we seen Ballam Park 2 take on Port Colts 1 and we saw that Ballam Park 2 were to strong for the undermanned Colts running away with the game winning 11 .4.70 to 2.3.15 . In the match of the round we seen last year's Division i Grand Final replay between Ballarat and Ballam Park 1, we were all expecting a close encounter but all we seen were the class of Ballam Park giving us a one sided game and winning 11 .10 .76 to Ballarat 1 .0.6. Ballam Park would have to be short priced favorites to take it out again . In the other game that took place at Werribee we saw a very close game between Bull-Temp and Mambourin the final scores were Bull-Temp 5 .9 .39 to Mambourin 3.10.28 .

In this week's games we see majority of them being played at Elsternwick with Ballart Park 2 taking on BullTemp in the clash of last week's winners . We also see Ballam Park 1 take on O& M Jets 1, Broadmeadows 1 Against Port Colts 1, Maribyrnog and Moonee Valley and Broadmedows 2 and Port Colts 2 . In other games we see Parkside take on Ringwood at Parkside and Ballarat face Mambourin In Ballarat . Good Luck to all teams in Round 2 . At % Pts DIYI51 : ; :1 P W L D F BALLAM PARK 1 1 1 0 0 76 6 1266,67 4 BALLAM PARK 2 1 1 0 0 70 15 466 .67 4 BULLEE@!•TEMR 1 1 0 0 39 28 139 .29 4 PAAMBQURItdTIGERS I 0 1 0 28 39 71 .79 0 PORT COLTS t 1 0 1 0 15 70 21 .43 0 NORTH BALLARAT 1 0 1 0 6 76 7 .89 0 BROADMEADOYJS 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 .00 0 0 0&MJETS1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0.00 DIVISION 2 P IN PARKSIDE I 1 MOOtdEEVAt1 .E( 1 1 MARIBYRNONG 1 1 PORT COLTS 2 1 0 BR©ADMEADflWS 2 0 0 0&1vIJETS 2 0 0 RINGWOOD 1 0

L D F Alld % 0 0 49 29 168,97 0 0 0 0 0.00 0.00 0 0 100 0 1 0 29 49 59-i8 0 0 0 0 0.00 0 0 0 0 0.00 1 0 D 100 0 .00

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This Sat . OLD ESSENDON V. OLD BRIGHTON This Sun . FIDA Next Fri . ELSTERNWICK V ST. MARYS - 6 .15pm Next Sat . AJAX V. THERRY PENOLA

Next Sun. MOTHERS DAY - NO MATCHES 15 MAY ST MARY'S V . NORTH BRUNSWICK 16 MAY DE LA SALLE V . ST. BERNARDS 22 MAY BEAUIMARIS V . OLD PARADIANS 23 MAY FIDA

29 MAY OLD TRINITY V . OLD HAILEYBURY 30 MAY FID A

LnTF SCn; ~-: s First Offence ($5); second offence ($25); third offence ($50);,fourth offence ($100); each subsequent offence ($100). Reserves/C18 Seniors/ 1.1 19 failure to phone failure to provide scores by 2 .30pm final scores by 5pm Nil N il Phoned incorrect scores Rd2 Ni l NB: No fines will be issued for Rds i& 2 of the 2004 V1FA season .

Andrew Wu D2 Ed Sill D3 Peter Willamson D2 Norm Nugent Club Tom Brain B Barry Hickey DI Fraser Cameron U/ 19 Gavan Flower D4 Glen Harrison C Johathan Horn A Cam Nation U/19

~ esnlts n f Trifiuna! Hearins - Tuesdpy, An ri127ih . 20 p $ James Beaumont, Old Melburnians . Striking, 2 matches Michael Kalviskis, Old Mentonians . Striking, 2 matches. Tom Bull, Old Scotch ( Under-19) . Spitting, 4 matches. * Peter L ee, Ivanhoe-Assumption Misconduct, 2 matches . `Tim Wilkins, Old Carey ( Under-79) . Audible obscenity, 1 match . * Dave Johnson, Caulfield Or. (Club 18) . Audible obscenity, 1 match. * Timothy Maddens, Fitzroy Reds (Club 18) . Striking, 2 matches. *Accepted Prescribed Penalt y Results of lnveetipa#ions Tuesda~ Aoril 27ih 2004 Parkdale Vultures and MHSOB charged with a melee in their senior match played at Melbourne High School on Saturday April 27, 2004 . Both clubs accepted the prescribed penalty for a minor melee . Parkdale Vultures $150 (2nd offence for seniors over the last two year period) and MHSOB $100 (1st offence for seniors over the last two year period) .

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OLD GEELONG 2 2 0 0 252 28 900.00 OLD CAREY 2 2 0 0 177 74 239.19 LATROBEUNI 2 2 0 0 157 71 221 .13 BULLEEN TEMPLESTOWE 2 2 0 0 128 68 188.24 BENTLEIGH 2 2 0 0 148 96 154 .17 IVANHOE ASSUMPTION 2 0 2 0 121 185 65 .41 MONASH GRYPHONS 2 0 2 0 88 140 62 .86 WILLIAMSTOWN CYMS 2 0 2 0 52 191 27 .23 SWINBURNE UNI 2 0 2 0 58 227 25 .55 WEST BRUNSWICK 2 0 2 0 18 119 15 .1 3

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WERRIBEE AMATEURS 2 2 0 0 238 88 270 .45 RUPERTSWOOD 2 2 0 0 194 77 251 .95 UHS-VU 2 2 0 0 133 57 233 .33 ST JOHNS 0 C 2 1 1 0 124 97 127 .84 POWER HOUSE 2 1 1 0 157 140 112 .14 HAWTHORN AMATEURS 2 1 1 0 149 150 99 .33 OAKLEIGH 2 1 1 0 85 99 85 .86 SOUTH MELB DISTRICTS 2 0 2 0 97 158 61 .39 MT LILYDALE 2 0 2 0 106 277 38,27 SYNDAL TALLY-1-10 2 0 2 0 58 198 29 .29

KEW NORTH BRUNSWICK ELTHAM COLLEGIANS ELSTERNWICK OLD WESTBOURNE BULLEEN COBRAS RICHMOND CENTRAL ST MARYS ALBERT PARK BOX HILL NORTH

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L D For AW % 0 0 140 86 162 .79 0 0 127 102 124 .51 1 0 120 77 155 .84 1 0 108 83 130 .12 1 0 107 87 122 .99 1 0 112 113 99 .12 1 0 134 172 77 .91 1 0 82 117 70 .09 2 0 85 104 81 .73 2 0 98 172 56.9 8

tl19 SECTION 1 P W L e For Agsl DE LA SALLE 2 2 0 0 236 59 WERRIBEE AMATEURS 2 2 0 0 235 90 ST KEVINS 2 2 0 0 233 191 MARCELLIN 2 1 1 0 144 131 UNIVERSITY BLUES 2 1 1 0 134 173 OLD BRIGHTON 2 1 1 0 80 188 ST BERNARDS 2 0 1 1 178 210 OLD XAVERIANS 2 0 1 1 133 173 OLD SCOTCH 2 0 2 0 155 192 CAULFIELD GR 2 0 2 0 102 223

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BENTLEIGH 2 2 0 0 325 113 287 .61 PENINSULA 0 B 2 2 0 0 302 118 255.93 EMMAUS ST LEOS 0 C 2 2 0 0 201 124 162.10 SOUTH MELB DISTRICTS 2 1 1 0 209 167 125 .15 ST JOHNS DC 2 1 1 0 184 195 94 .36 DE LA SALLE (2) 2 1 1 0 154 191 80.63 OAKLEIGH CLAYS 2 1 1 0 165 253 65.22 MAZENOD 0 C 2 0 2 0 201 307 65,47 HAMPTON ROVERS 2 0 2 0 144 259 55 .60 ORMOND 2 0 2 0 129 287 44 .95

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Y19 d2) RED _P L D For Apt % Pls LA TROBE UNI 2 2 0 0 189 18 1050 .00 8 FITZROY REDS 2 2 0 0 260 64 406 .25 8 NORTH OLD BOYS 2 2 0 0 97 42 230 .95 8 UHS-VU/ST BERNARDS 2 1 1 0 71 94 75 .53 4 RUPERTSW000 (2) 2 1 1 0 95 142 66 .90 4 AQUINAS 0 C 2 1 1 0 131 227 57 .71 4 OLD WESTBOURNE 2 1 1 0 59 189 31 .22 4 BULLEEN TEMPLESTOWE 2 0 2 0 91 154 59 .09 0 OLD XAVERIANS (2) 2 0 2 0 54 117 46 .15 0 1 0 (~) ~L D Far AW % Pts -n . OLU xAVERIANS 2 2 0 0 234 50 468 .00 8 PRAHRAN 2 2 0 0 208 59 352 .54 8 OLD SCOTCH 2 2 0 0 209 96 217 .71 8 MAZENOD 0 C 2 2 0 0 120 75 160 .00 8 OLD BRIGHTON 2 1 1 0 71 71 100 .00 4 DE LA SALLE 2 1 1 0 98 135 72 .59 4 ST KEVINS 2 0 2 0 104 157 66.24 0 OLD ESSENDON GR 2 0 2 0 70 122 57.38 0 OLD IVANHOE 2 0 2 0 54 202 26.73 0 MARCELLIN 2 0 2 0 42 243 17.28 0

OLD MELBURNIANS 2 OLD XAVERIANS (2) 2 OLD SCOTCH (2) 2 MONASH BLUES 2 FITZROY REDS 2 UNIVERSITY BLACKS 2 WHITEFRIARS 2 COLLEGIANS 2 ELEY PARK 2 THERRY PENOLA 0 B 2

W 2 2 2 2 1 1 0 0 0 0

L D For A ___% Pis 0 0 202 73 276.71 8 0 0 133 73 182.19 8 0 0 163 112 145.54 8 0 0 111 90 123.33 8 1 0 167 90 185.56 4 1 0 117 150 78.00 4 2 0 101 122 82.79 0 2 0 81 139 58.27 0 2 0 86 181 47.51 0 2 0 53 184 28.80 0

C P W L D for AgsT % OLD MELBURiviAivS 2 2 0 0 166 99 167 .68 BEAUMARIS 2 2 0 0 171 126 135.71 COLLEGIANS 2 1 1 0 124 110 112 .73 RUPERTSW000 2 1 1 0 153 147 104 .08 OLD CAMBERWELL 2 1 1 0 139 142 97 .89 OLD ESSENDON GR 2 1 1 0 157 164 95 .73 BANYULE VIEWBANK 2 1 1 0 63 103 61 .17 OLD IVANHOE 2 1 1 0 36 82 43 .90 OLD TRINITY 2 0 2 0 130 166 78.3 1 dB19!_- : , 3 p OLD PARADIANS 2 UNIVERSITY BLACKS 2 OLD CAREY 2 WHITEFRIARS 2 ST BEDES MENT TIC 2 OAKLEIGH 2 AJAX 2 MHSOB 2 THERRY PENOLA 0 B 2 MONASH BLUES 2

W 2 2 1 1 1 1 1 1 0 0

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P W L D Far A % Pts UNIVERSITY BLUES 2 2 0 0 189 28 675 .00 8 OLD TRINITY 2 2 0 0 224 62 361 .29 8 OLD GEELONG 2 2 0 0 227 92 246 .74 8 EMMAUS ST LEOS 0 C 2 1 1 0 139 110 126,36 4 NORTH OLD BOYS 2 1 1 0 105 116 90.52 4 LA TROBE UNI 2 1 1 0 96 113 84 .96 4 CAULFIELD GR 2 1 1 0 143 177 80 .79 4 OLD SCOTCH (3) 2 0 2 0 78 177 44 .07 0 OLD CAREY 2 0 2 0 54 230 23 .48 0 D For Ags2 % PPs MONASH GRYPHONS 2 0 2 0 31 181 17 .13 0 0 138 91 151 .65 8 0 113 88 128 .41 8 0 270 67 402 .99 4 0 181 79 229 .11 4 0 152 98 155 .10 4 0 160 132 121 .21 4 0 201 172 116 .86 4 0 186 194 95 .88 4 0 83 263 31 .56 0 0 35 335 10 .45 0

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A SECTION p UNIVERSITY BLUES 2 OLD TRINITY 2 STBERNARDS 2 WHITEFRIARS 2 MARCELLIN 2 OLD MELBURNIANS 2 DE LA SALLE 2 OLD HAILEYBURY 2 OLD XAVERIANS 2 OLD SCOTCH 2

W 2 2 2 2 1 1 0 0 0 0

Pts L D For Ags7 % 0 0 246 115 213 .91 8 0 0 252 142 177 .46 8 0 0 222 170 130 .59 8 0 0 117 97 120 .62 8 1 0 200 203 98 .52 4 1 0 115 183 62 .84 4 2 0 141 180 78 .33 0 2 0 152 210 72 .38 0 2 0 126 181 69.61 0 2 0 100 190 52.63 0

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B SECTION p COLLEGIANS 2 OLD IVANHOE 2 ST KEVINS 2 ST BEDES MENT TIG 2 OLD ESSENDON GR 2 OLD BRIGHTON 2 OLD PARADIANS 2 BEAUMARIS 2 NORTH OLD BOYS 2 2 MAZENOD 0 C

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A RESERVE

C SECTION p MHSOB 2 OLD CAMBERWELL 2 CAULFIELD OR 2 PARKDALE VULTURES 2 AJAX 2 HAMPTON ROVERS 2 THERRY PENOLA 0 B 2 GLEN EIRA 2 MONASH BLUES 2 EMMAUS ST LEOS 0 C 2

WK 2 2 1 1 1 1 1 1 0 0

Dl SECTION p ORMOND 2 UNIVERSITY BLACKS 2 BANYULE 2 FITZROY REDS 2 AQUINAS 0 C 2 YARRA VALLEY 0 B 2 PENINSULA 0 B 2 PRAHRAN 2 SALESIAN 0 C 2 OLD MENTONIANS 2

Hr 1 D For 2 0 0 218 2 0 0 228 2 0 0 267 1 1 0 129 1 1 0 132 1 1 0 145 1 1 0 166 0 2 0 126 0 2 0 144 0 2 0 107

D2 SECTION p OLD CAREY 2 IVANHOE ASSUMPTION 2 OLD GEELONG 2 BULLEEN TEMPLESTOWE 2 WILLIAMSTOWN CYMS 2 WEST BRUNSWICK 2 SWINBURNE UNI 2 LA TROBE UNI 2 BENTLEIGH 2 MONASH GRYPHONS 2

W 2 2 2 2 1 1 0 0 0 0

D3 SECTION

L D Far Aysi % Pts A 8 2 0 0 246 133 184 .96 2 0 0 203 117 173 .50 1 1 0 189 101 187.13 4 1 1 0 185 151 122 52 4 1 1 0 179 154 116.23 4 1 1 0 183 181 101 .1 0 1 1 0 168 178 94 .38 4 , 1 1 0 99 123 80.49 0 2 0 98 237 41 .35 0 2 0 75 250 30 .00

P POWER HOUSE 2 RUPERTSWOOD 2 UHS-VU 2 SOUTH MELB DISTRICTS 2 WERRIBEE AMATEURS 2 OAKLEIGH 2 HAWTHORN AMATEURS 2 ST JOHNS O C 2 MT LILYDALE 2 SYNDAL TALLY-HO 2

D 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

Far Agst % Pts 194 101 192.08 8 168 142 118.31 8 246 213 115.49 8 261 168 155.36 4 206 150 137 .33 4 133 146 91 .10 4 159 212 75 .00 4 153 204 75 .00 0 110 185 59 .46 0 132 241 54 .77 0

L D For Agst % Pis 0 0 213 145 146.90 8 0 0 173 158 109.49 8 1 0 178 142 125.35 4 1 0 180 152 118.42 4 1 0 174 170 102 .35 4 1 0 168 171 98 .25 4 1 0 127 149 85 .23 4 1 0 136 169 80 .47 4 2 0 130 148 87 .84 0 2 0 109 184 59 .24 0

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ELSTERNWICK 2 2 0 0 215 128 167.97 8 KEW 2 2 0 0 211 148 142 .57 8 OLD WESTBOURNE 2 1 1 0 168 108 155 .56 4 ST MARYS 2 1 1 0 188 151 124 .50 4 ALBERT PARK 2 1 1 0 187 189 98 .94 4 ELTHAM COLLEGIANS 2 1 1 0 110 132 83 .33 4 BOX HILL NORTH 2 1 1 0 131 172 76 .16 4 BULLEEN COBRAS 2 1 1 0 134 192 69 .79 4 NORTH BRUNSWICK 2 0 2 0 178 209 85 .17 0 0 RICHMOND CENTRAL 2 0 2 0 112 205 54 .63

P

W

L0

For AMt

%

UNIVERSITY BLUES 2 2 0 0 223 25 892 .00 ST BERNARDS 2 2 0 0 165 77 214.29 OLD XAVERIANS 2 2 0 0 119 61 195 .08 OLD TRINITY 2 2 0 0 144 103 139 .81 DE LA SALLE 2 1 1 0 156 91 171.43 OLD SCOTCH 2 1 1 0 131 99 132 .32 MARCELLIN 2 0 2 0 76 158 48 .10 WHITEFRIARS 2 0 2 0 43 145 29 .66 OLD HAILEYBURY 2 0 2 0 57 200 28 .50 OLD MELBURNIANS 2 0 2 0 33 188 17 .55

B RESERVE

P

W

L D For A t

8 8 8 8 4 4 0 0 0 0

%

NORTH OLD BOYS 2 2 0 0 144 65 221 .54 ST KEVINS 2 2 0 0 188 128 146.88 MAZENOD 0 C 2 2 0 0 135 94 143.62 OLDIVANHOE 2 1 1 0 128 104 123.08 OLD ESSENDON GR 2 1 1 0 95 86 110 .47 OLD PARADIANS 2 1 1 0 103 107 96 .26 COLLEGIANS 2 1 1 0 49 107 45 .79 ST BEDES MENT TIG 2 0 2 0 111 162 68 .52 OLD BRIGHTON 2 0 2 0 91 143 63 .64 BEAUMARIS 2 0 2 0 72 120 60 .00

% PIS ADst 104 209.62 8 112 203.57 8 133 200.75 8 158 81 .65 4 175 75 .43 4 202 71 .78 4 233 71 .24 4 151 83 .44 0 209 68 .90 0 0 185 57 .64

L D For Agst % PPs 0 0 300 104 288.46 8 0 0 194 142 136.62 8 0 0 216 164 131 .71 8 0 0 162 131 123.66 8 1 0 180 188 95.74 4 1 0 93 104 89.42 4 2 0 166 203 81 .77 0 2 0 116 160 72 .50 0 2 0 136 188 72 .34 0 2 0 114 293 38 .91 0

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8 8 8 4 4 4 4 0 0 0

For A qst % Pts

MHSOB 2 2 0 0 204 70 291 .43 HAMPTON ROVERS 2 2 0 0 210 76 276 .32 CAULFIELD GR 2 2 0 0 191 87 219 .54 MONASH BLUES 2 2 0 0 108 61 177 .05 EMMAUS ST LEOS 0 C 2 1 1 0 150 130 115.38 AJAX 2 1 1 0 118 132 89.39 THERRY PENOLA 0 8 2 0 2 0 95 166 57 .23 OLD CAMBERWELL 2 0 2 0 91 203 44 .83 PARKDALE VULTURES 2 0 2 0 80 232 34.48 GLEN EIRA 2 0 2 0 40 130 30 .77

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L D For A~st % Pts Dl RESERVE P W PENINSULA 0 8 2 2 0 0 247 67 368 .66 8 ORMOND 2 2 0 0 185 52 355 .77 8 FITZROY REDS 2 2 0 0 137 102 134 .31 8 AQUINAS 0 C 2 2 0 0 128 115 111 .30 8 UNIVERSITY BLACKS 2 1 1 0 166 63 263 .49 4 YARRA VALLEY 0 B 2 1 1 0 105 162 64 .81 4 BANYULE 2 0 2 0 104 140 74.29 0 OLD MENTONIANS 2 0 2 0 99 141 70 .21 0 PRAHRAN 2 0 2 0 103 164 62.80 0 0 SALESIAN 0 C 2 0 2 0 26 294 8 .84

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