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EDITORIAL

Michael Sholly

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VAFA TO GET BEHIND CASEY TUTUNGI All of the football industry was devastated to hear the news last week confirming that South Barwon player Casey Tutungi became a quadriplegic after receiving an innocuous bump in a Geelong Football League match. It was a pure accident. He had just picked up the ball, lifted his head and contacted his opponent’s chest. Immediately Casey lost all feeling in his body and within 10 minutes an ambulance arrived and he was flown to the Austin hospital. He was placed in an induced coma and the following day his family released a statement confirming he had suffered severe damage to his spinal cord and to his fourth and fifth vertebrae. Casey was supported at the ground by his fiancée, Bridget, who is expecting their first child later this year. Casey was an outstanding footballer who played with Geelong in the VFL and represented the GFL in their recent AFL Vic Country interleague matches. The VAFA and AFL Vic Country have such a close relationship which was further strengthened only two weeks ago with our three magnificent representative games. At the March Members Meeting with all VAFA Presidents, I raised the subject of quadriplegic and paraplegic insurance for players in the VAFA. This would cost each VAFA team approximately $600 or $20 per player to get cover. At this time all clubs had set their subscriptions for the year and a non- budgeted item which would cost an

average club around $2400 is a sizeable expense. I took out a cover note to insure all players in the practice matches, and the clubs had to reply by the end of March to decide whether they would take up this insurance. I am pleased to confirm that every VAFA club agreed to purchase this insurance and for the 2013 season every player in the VAFA is covered with $1 million of quadriplegia and paraplegia insurance. This can provide some comfort to the player, his family and the club, knowing that there will be some support for them if something tragic occurs, like it did to Casey. However, as a football community I feel we still have a responsibility to Casey and his family and believe that we all should show our support for him. To facilitate this the Board is requesting that every player, umpire, official, volunteer and supporter of the VAFA offer, as a minimum, a gold coin to assist in Casey’s recovery. With over 5000 players taking the field this week and thousands more supporting the VAFA, we should be able to show our respect to a footballing friend who needs help. Clubs will be asked to collect the coins from their players, possibly do a lap of the ground to collect from the supporters and forward to the VAFA. As an association we will then co-ordinate the money and ensure that his family knows that it comes from every member of the VAFA’s 75 clubs and community. Cover: Caulfied Gr Vice Captain Tim Nixon & Adam Alifraco of Werribee challenge for the ball

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PREMIER

Andrew Leonard

@ LennyVAFA

THE RACE FOR A PLACE Prime time and late night sports TV is going through a purple patch. On any given evening recently there is Ashes cricket, Tour de France, British Open Golf, British and Irish Lions, State of Origin, Wimbledon, it is a veritable feast and potentially a relationship cooler with your special someone. There is also a small game of Australian football that dominates TV viewing over the weekends and so much of what we watch and admire at the top level, we love to see adapted to the amateur level. But who would be a coach? Three down, nine to go (co-coaches at two clubs add the extras). No one I have spoken to can recall a year when three coaches in Premier have not seen out the season. We encourage our clubs to take a professional approach, players in the top VAFA sections attend more trainings/ recovery sessions, and watch more video than ever before in the bid to get their club over the line on Saturday. Yet we can rightfully bemoan the fact that this professional approach has created too much pressure to retain a place in Premier Section. For one reason or another 30% of clubs have changed coaches in 2013. No one can tell me otherwise that if Uni Blues, St Bernard’s and Beaumaris all occupied the top three places on the ladder, that they would have changed coaches mid year, regardless of the circumstances. Getting a read on the form of Old Scotch and De La Salle is like trying to line up a putt at Muirfield for this week’s British Open. The contest at Camberwell Sports Ground last Saturday was fast and undulating, mch like the links courses in Scotland. De La Salle have always been a quick side, but due to quicker ball movement Old Scotch looked quicker. More importantly Scotch had a key forward that is a focus in the forward line. Mark Passador kicked five goals but more importantly, he draws a good defender, thus creating opportunities for others to be spotted up. With the Cardinal midfielders good enough to lower their eyes plus the return of some of their elite kickers, Old Scotch won an important game that opens up the race for a finals place. Old Xaverians set the benchmark for local football when they crushed Old Scotch three weeks ago, but their dominance of Uni Blues was apparently as 2

good if not better. It was a different forward, Matt Handley, that kicked 8 goals this time. Nevertheless the ruthless nature of Xavs attacking instincts was on display at Toorak Park. Ross Young carried on his state form for Blues, as did younger teammate Ryan Eade, but this was countered by Pat Ambrose who again demonstrated his quality and Sam Tagliabue added another string to the Xaverians offensive bow with a four goal haul, not to mention Chopper! The middle quarters produced 7 & 8 Xavs goals respectively, in that same period, Blues managed just 4. With the sting out of the game, it was about making sure you don’t do a serious injury, particularly if you wore red and black. Apparently the deck was quick at University Oval as play returned to the campus after a three week rest. The Uni Blacks played their best footy on fast tracks before the winter rains came, but only managed it for a quarter and a bit in their draw with Beaumaris. Jason Mifsud served the Sharks for 6 years and was a good ambassador for both the club and the VAFA. With Craig Tonkin handed the job of first securing safety and then perhaps having a tilt at September, it wasn’t an easy first up match. It was the second time this year Blacks had faced a team that had changed coach mid week. If a change in coach usually produces a good result for that team, then Blacks have come out of it well. The Sharks dominated the early exchanges before a Blacks revival got the match on even terms. Beaumaris didn’t go away, but a late Cam Roberts goal had the students in front by a point with a minute to go. With seconds left, Beaumaris’ Luke Casey-Leigh marked 35m out on a slight angel. As the bell rang his kick had enough on it to score a point and the players and crowd took in that silent breath you take when you realise it is a draw. By any reckoning it was a tumultuous fortnight at PREMIER — TIPS IN BOLD (YEARS TOTAL 33 / 55%) Beaumaris v Old Xaverians Old Carey v St Bedes/Mentone Tigers De La Salle v Uni Blacks Uni Blues v Collegians St Bernard’s v Old Scotch

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St Bernard’s. A change in coach to Nick Mitchell from Chris Tankard had rankled a few but at the end of the day, when your team runs out, you can’t help but cheer for them. In a sign of where Old Carey’s season has gone, the travelling supporters outnumbered the locals. It was just as well, as they had more to cheer about. Carey were so competitive earlier in the year but this was possibly their worst performance. Losing playmaker skipper Cam Howat from his injury in the state game doesn’t help, but Howat wouldn’t have been able to stop the drive from the middle of Bentick, the crafty forward play of Merrington and Gleeson, nor the skills of Houlihan. In the end the Bernies had too much firepower. After three years, we bid Old Carey farewell from Premier, hopefully it is à bientôt and not adieu.

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In the unlikely event that the VAFA Board changes its position on the Association being aligned to a corporate gambling company, it would be likely that said bookmaker might have bumped St Bedes/ Mentone Tigers into second favourite for the flag. It is hard to believe where the Tigers have come from but their win over Collegians at the Trott again demonstrated their credentials. The 7 goal to 1 final quarter was icing on a delicious Tigers cake that only had one bad piece in it. The second quarter saw the home side rally, but with so many missing stars, Collegians look a shadow of their former selves. It was a Tyquin show as Pat and the younger Tom played blinders. Shura Taft was chasing the Mole and didn’t line up however this game was lost for Collegians in the midfield.

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St Bedes / Mentone Tigers 3.3, 4.7, 8.9, 15.10 (100) Collegians 1.1, 7.2, 7.4, 8.8 (56) GOALS, St Bedes / Mentone Tigers: S. Richards 3, L. Terrell 2, C. Hansen 2, M. Curcio 1, M. Barnes 1, L. Wintle 1, M. Wintle 1, C. Mangoni 1, J. Murnane 1, P. Kean 1, T. Tyquin 1 Collegians: D. Chaplin-Burch 2, N. Corp 2, D. Russo 1, N. Polce 1, J. Kondarovskis 1, H. Croft 1 BEST, St Bedes / Mentone Tigers: T. Tyquin, P. Tyquin, L. Wintle, S. Richards, T. Garside, H. Shaikaib Collegians: T. Penberthy, N. Ries, C. Simmons, H. Pool, W. Tardif, A. Croft St Bernards 6.3, 11.5, 13.10, 17.13 (115) Old Carey 2.1, 3.4, 4.8, 6.10 (46) GOALS, St Bernards: A. Merrington 5, T. Gleeson 2, J. Forder 1, M. Angel 1, R. Houlihan 1, S. Caven 1, T. Harvey 1, A. Grosso 1, M. Sullivan 1, T. Overman 1, R. Schroder 1, J. Bevanda 1 Old Carey: G. Parker 2, A. Parton 1, M. Laidlaw 1, M. Evans 1, A. Stewart-Holmes 1 BEST, St Bernards: T. Gleeson, A. Bentick, R. Houlihan, T. Sullivan, L. Wilkinson, B. Garth Old Carey: G. Parker, J. Ceppi, C. Allen, L. McQueen-Miscamble, A. Sloan, M. Parker Old Scotch 0.5, 3.6, 7.9, 13.13 (91) De La Salle 1.5, 5.8, 6.9, 10.11 (71) GOALS, Old Scotch: M. Passador 5, T. Macmillan 2, N. Jamieson 2, S. Barnett 1, L. Gilbee 1, T. McKinley 1, M. van den Broek 1 De La Salle: C. Haley 2, E. Clinch 2, S. Gotch 2, L. Semmel 1, M. Hine 1, J. Williams 1, S. Pickett 1 BEST, Old Scotch: N. Jamieson, M. van den Broek, S. Neaves, L. Hill, E. Barlow, L. Gilbee De La Salle: J. Williams, M. Hine, E. Clinch, L. Semmel, J. Baxter, S. Williams Old Xaverians 4.1, 11.3, 19.9, 24.11 (155) University Blues 3.3, 5.7, 7.8, 11.12 (78) GOALS, Old Xaverians: M. Handley 8, S. Tagliabue 4, J. Williams 3, L. Smith 3, P. Ambrose 2, J. Shaw 1, M. Allan 1, R. Colbert 1, B. Goss 1 University Blues: F. Watts 2, J. Watts 2, H. Weddell 1, J. Campbell 1, J. Van De Pol 1, N. Smith 1, R. Young 1, R. Eade 1, R. McMahon 1 BEST, Old Xaverians: P. Ambrose, M. Handley, B. Rogerson, N. Wynne, S. Tagliabue, M. Darvell University Blues: R. Young, T. Maddocks, N. Smith, R. Eade, M. Rippon, P. Summers University Blacks 4.4, 7.9, 8.11, 10.16 (76) Beaumaris 6.0, 6.3, 9.7, 11.10 (76) GOALS, University Blacks: J. Gaylor 2, J. Crameri 2, A. Willingham 1, C. Roberts 1, C. Turner 1, A. Pattison 1, B. Sheahan 1, J. Slabbert 1 Beaumaris: M. Petering 2, S. Coote 1, S. Braithwaite 1, A. Carroll 1, M. DeFontenay 1, L. Boyd 1, B. McLean 1, J. Di Natale 1, T. Dean 1, L. Casey-Leigh 1 BEST, University Blacks: A. Pattison, J. Gaylor, H. Lahy, A. Drysdale, C. Richardson, H. Lacey Beaumaris: T. Dean, M. Petering, S. Gower, T. Mcmanamny, B. Turner, W. Edmonds

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Collegians 3.2, 9.6, 11.6, 15.8 (98) St Bedes / Mentone Tigers 2.2, 2.2, 5.3, 5.4 (34) GOALS, Collegians: S. Troon 5, S. Pinto 2, C. Hester 2, E. Malone 2, S. Doupe-Watt 1, B. Riddle 1, B. Lumb 1, E. Cattell 1 St Bedes / Mentone Tigers: J. Kane 4, M. Seeber 1 BEST, Collegians: S. Troon, T. Goodman, H. Apted, C. Bonnar, S. Sabbatucci, L. Apted St Bedes / Mentone Tigers: S. Nichols, D. Waters, M. Geschke, L. Stutterd, J. Patounas, M. Pitt St Bernards 7.1, 10.2, 13.3, 14.8 (92) Old Carey 0.0, 1.1, 2.1, 7.2 (44) GOALS, St Bernards: S. Clarke 4, M. Hannan 3, B. George 3, I. Madden 1, M. Borzillo 1, J. Gay 1, D. Riley 1 Old Carey: T. Harley 3, M. Roach 1, H. McQueen-Miscamble 1, J. Coull 1, C. Jones 1 BEST, St Bernards: M. Hannan, J. Gay, I. Madden, B. George, N. Schultz, J. Weir Old Carey: C. Jones, P. Cremean, N. Thompson, B. De Leijer, T. Harley, T. Smith Old Scotch 6.3, 6.3, 14.8, 18.12 (120) De La Salle 3.3, 3.3, 6.6, 7.6 (48) GOALS, Old Scotch: A. Hummerston 5, E. Furey 4, H. Perry 2, N. Allen 2, M. Davis 1, L. McDonough 1, J. Furey 1, J. Davis 1, R. Wills 1 De La Salle: J. Hansen 2, H. Nicholson 2, J. Griffiths 1, S. Wall 1, R. McDonough 1 BEST, Old Scotch: M. Seed, J. Davis, A. Hummerston, E. Furey, T. Holding, C. O’Beirne De La Salle: H. Haley, J. Griffiths, D. Close, K. Grant, M. Duggan, D. Hutchinson Old Xaverians 5.1, 10.1, 14.5, 19.7 (121) University Blues 1.1, 2.3, 3.4, 4.5 (29) GOALS, Old Xaverians: C. Larkins 4, M. Margin 3, J. Douglas 2, R. Ralph 2, E. Lachal 2, D. Curtain 1, J. Woods 1, S. Berengo 1, C. Santalucia 1, A. Pasceri 1, S. Franklyn 1 University Blues: D. Barton 2, T. Girdwood 1, E. Long 1 BEST, Old Xaverians: C. Larkins, S. Lees, J. Douglas, N. Pepperell, E. Lachal, N. Biddlecombe University Blues: A. Harris, T. Girdwood, E. McMullin, R. Langham, B. Chomley, W. Hartnell University Blacks 5.2, 12.5, 16.8, 19.14 (128) Beaumaris 2.3, 5.3, 7.7, 8.11 (59) GOALS, University Blacks: A. Jesse 3, J. Gardiner 3, J. Bismire 3, A. Kraefft 2, B. Saliba 2, H. Clemons 1, H. Guthrie 1, I. Anderson 1, C. O’Sullivan 1, S. Myers 1, D. Collopy 1 Beaumaris: G. Ivanka 3, M. Millar 2, T. Pritchard 2, J. Bull 1 BEST, University Blacks: B. Saliba, A. Jesse, J. Steadman, H. Clemons, J. Gardiner, J. Bismire Beaumaris: W. Gillespie, M. Millar, N. Loucaides, T. Pritchard, J. Richter, G. Ivanka

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Di Langton

@DiLangton

Winner AFL Victoria Best Weekly Football Colum n

MIDNIGHT VIEWING PLEASURE Don’t you just love the sheer excitement - and exhausting naughtiness - of staying awake through the night watching northern hemisphere sport? Well isn’t that what portable tellies are for? Hook them up in the bedroom with some fandangled rabbit-ears wired up with chewy so you can watch the Ashes, or tune into Six Billion Stories for a crazy fix of Pamplonian bull-baiters in jaunty red neckerchiefs. And there’s a whole world of weird language spoken in the wee hours: I’ve learnt that snickometers, hotspots and howlers are actual sporting phrases - not giant chocolate bars, nightclubs or sooks - and as the Open tees off from Muirfield listen out for nutty Scottish commentary: “Ach aye, he’s dropped a fried egg in the kittylitter!” But is there anything more hypnotic than the lyrical Phil Liggett? With his hammy northern accent, he scouses away about ‘escapees’ digging into the ‘suitcase of courage’ as they break away from ‘the front-end of the main-field.’ But I always remember to set the off-timer: there’s nothing worse than waking up well after the stage finish to a spoken-word soliloquy by a naked Danish swordsman on SBS. That kind of Euro trash will give you nightmares! Back to our favourite daytime winter sport and Caulfield Grammarians notched their fourth win of the year with a five goal home-ground victory over Werribee Districts. Dec Reilly booted five while Hugh Sandilands made his presence felt in his first game. The Tigers stayed within touch via Turner and Molivas, and although the Fields kicked errantly the visitors were otherwise outpointed across the ground. The Grammarians would be breathing easier now; two games clear of relegation with much positivity around the club. Old Brighton can’t explain its swinging fortunes; after a pummelling by St Kevins they bounced back to completely dismantle Old Melburnians by 95 points; stomping their size nines onto the Dark Blue and pushing them back to third. The Tonner backline was led well by Marston and Cavallaro who kept the effervescent Tom Paule to just a pair and North ruled the ruck as Mick Dewar topscored with five. OMs sorely missed Al Armstrong 4

but Campbell May was solid and James Beaumont made a welcome return. Old Haileyburians found themselves muttering the old adage ‘bad kicking is bad football’ after a relentless barrage in the third returned just 1.8 against the Jackas. McLaughlin and Gleadhill were great in patches, but the Bloods dropped a win for the taking, especially with AJAX missing forward supremos Fayman (cricket) and Lew (basketball) to their northern summer sports. Chester and Simon filled the breach admirably, along with ruckman Jarrod White as the Jackas replace Old Haileybury in fifth position. Fitzroy constricted Old Trinity in a relatively lowscoring match at Daley Oval. Opportunities were few in a congested first half as the Roy’s flood behind the ball took the Ts by surprise. Lee and Kyroussis were pivotal in the clamp-down, but Nick Chamberlain’s forward pressure paid dividends for the home side as he kicked three and created others. Experience came to the fore as Iezzi and Ramsden broke the deadlock, OT getting out with some breathing space but not before the Roys launched a last term surge to get within 10 points. At the siren Old Trinity was happy for a grinding 34 point win after a late flurry of goals. Looking to avenge their round 4 loss to Parkdale, St Kevins had a much-bolstered list – a glance at the two’s gives an idea of the fire-power to come too. Parky had an even bigger ‘in’ with the unstoppable Matt Boland - even with limited supply he managed seven majors. Charlie Dillon was another fine performer, but SKOB gave an even team effort with 13 goal kickers in a fairly clinical win. They started well and maintained an even second term despite Vultures vigorous attack. Karageorgiou jumped out of his triPREMIER B — TIPS IN BOLD (YEARS TOTAL 38 / 63%) Parkdale v AJAX Caulfield Grammarians v Old Brighton Old Melburnians v Old Trinity Old Haileybury v Fitzroy Werribee Districts v St Kevins

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coloured skin in the third with four of his five goals in a purple patch that sealed the match. A bit of junk time fun pushed the margin out to 12 goals, Gerard Gleeson was excellent through the middle and Townsend earned his stripes down back.

TODAY Cracking games and potent consequences are at stake for both ends of the ladder this round. If Parkdale sneak a home win over AJAX it may force a relegation change as Fitzroy face a mustwin battle with Old Haileybury to stave off the Vultures. Old Brighton will insist their lads front up to Glenhuntly in last week’s lucky undies; such is their whimsical form and you’d suspect the plucky Fields may even get a sniff. The Tiges gave St Kevins a 3-point scare at Soldiers last year;

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Unexpectedly, I am myself headed to the northern hemisphere so you’ll be spared my ramblings for a while. But if you tune in through the wee hours and look very closely you may see me bob up under the rabbit ears. In the meantime, please send your match reports, thoughts and feelings to andrew@vafa.com.au

LAST ROUND

AJAX 3.2, 5.4, 9.6, 13.12 (90) Old Haileybury 3.4, 6.8, 7.16, 8.17 (65) GOALS, AJAX: S. Chester 3, R. Simon 2, J. White 2, N. Marks 2, M. Jankie 1, E. Routman 1, J. Ludski 1, J. Tendler 1 Old Haileybury: T. Ridgway 3, M. Meehan 2, J. Nicolopoulos 1, L. Nash 1, P. Gleadhill 1 BEST, AJAX: J. White, M. Jankie, J. Ritterman, J. Ludski, N. Marks Old Haileybury: M. Stowe, L. Nash, B. Kellerman, L. Pinot, H. McLauchlan Caulfield Grammarians 4.1, 10.2, 13.8, 16.11 (107) Werribee Districts 2.2, 5.7, 6.10, 11.11 (77) GOALS, Caulfield Grammarians: D. Reilly 5, J. Stewart 3, A. Burstin 2, T. Quinn 2, K. Stewart 1, J. Woodman 1, W. Edwards 1, W. Osborn 1 Werribee Districts: M. Turner 3, C. Molivas 2, A. Taylor 2, B. Kolang 1, R. Harrington 1, M. Palmington 1, T. Dean 1 BEST, Caulfield Grammarians: T. Quinn, H. Sandilands, T. Nixon, J. Stewart, J. Shanahan, B. Price Werribee Districts: C. Molivas, A. Alifraco, M. Turner, B. Kolang, W. Pelar, T. Dean Old Brighton 4.3, 11.6, 15.11, 19.16 (130) Old Melburnians 2.0, 2.1, 3.3, 5.5 (35) GOALS, Old Brighton: M. Dewar 5, D. Anthony 4, T. Mentiplay 3, M. Karayannis 3, B. Gadsden 2, J. North 1, T. Skewes 1 Old Melburnians: T. Paule 2, N. Nixon 1, J. Beaumont 1, E. De Fegely 1 BEST, Old Brighton: T. Skewes, T. Mariani, O. Cavallaro, J. North, J. Perrett , A. Edge Old Melburnians: C. May, A. Prowse, T. Paule, J. Freezer, N. Voyage, L. Haralambous Old Trinity 1.2, 3.5, 4.11, 9.13 (67) Fitzroy 1.5, 1.6, 1.6, 4.8 (32) GOALS, Old Trinity: N. Chamberlain 2, B. Iezzi 2, A. Ramsden 2, D. Wildsmith 1, D. Chamberlain 1, E. Weatherson 1 Fitzroy: D. Bisetto 2, M. Cussen 1, R. Borland 1 BEST, Old Trinity: B. Iezzi, D. Wildsmith, N. Chamberlain, C. Pohl, L. Pacconi, A. Ramsden Fitzroy: M. Lee, M. Kyroussis, J. Dalton, D. Patcas, D. Bisetto, T. Biscaro St Kevins 7.4, 12.10, 17.15, 21.16 (142) Parkdale Vultures 2.3, 7.3, 8.7, 10.8 (68) GOALS, St Kevins: P. Karageorgiou 5, H. Parkes 2, B. Kanakis 2, S. Kennedy 2, G. Gleeson 2, J. Staffieri 1, N. McArdle 1, J. Charles 1, T. McPherson 1, T. McMaster 1, M. Murphy 1, P. Aughton 1, C. Matheson 1 Parkdale Vultures: M. Boland 7, M. Graham 1, C. Dillon 1, M. Ryan 1 BEST, St Kevins: G. Gleeson, H. Townsend, P. Karageorgiou, J. Charles, M. Shanahan, B. Kanakis Parkdale Vultures: M. Boland, C. Dillon, M. Graham, T. Boland, L. Platt, R. Meade

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unlikely to be repeated but the tri-colours won’t be so cocky this time. And finally a ripper clash at the Junction Oval between quiet-achievers, Old Melburnians and Old Trinity. There’s a sense both have come off the boil a tad; OMs must remove all traces of last week’s surrender while the Ts may have exposed a possible Achilles heel.

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AJAX 2.3, 2.8, 5.10, 9.13 (67) Old Haileybury 2.2, 4.3, 5.9, 8.13 (61) GOALS, AJAX: R. White 3, A. Lewin 2, D. Steinberg 1, B. Michowski 1, J. Gottlieb 1, D. Roth 1 Old Haileybury: M. Mitchell 4, N. Gooda 2, B. Rafferty 1, T. Dalton 1 BEST, AJAX: A. Caplan, J. Dorevitch, R. Abraham, D. Steinberg, N. Shulman, D. Glass Old Haileybury: J. Toy, C. Ferguson, S. Ellis, D. Mackenzie, T. Hunter, N. Gooda Caulfield Grammarians 7.2, 9.3, 11.6, 15.7 (97) Werribee Districts 1.0, 6.2, 8.5, 10.7 (67) GOALS, Caulfield Grammarians: C. Fagan 7, W. Peart 2, R. Handel 2, C. Kirby 1, J. Rogers 1, A. Ford 1, C. Mengler-Francis 1 Werribee Districts: M. Hill 3, T. Morrish 2, S. Dean 2, M. Smith 2, B. Apps 1 BEST, Caulfield Grammarians: C. Fagan, R. Handel, W. Eke, C. Mengler-Francis, J. Cleeve, W. Peart Werribee Districts: J. Sargent, T. Morrish, R. Stooke, B. Apps, W. Swaby Old Melburnians 2.6, 5.6, 10.12, 13.14 (92) Old Brighton 5.1, 7.10, 10.11, 13.12 (90) GOALS, Old Melburnians: T. Bratton 5, T. Healey 3, C. Beck 2, T. McLardy 1, T. Oman 1, S. Quennell 1 Old Brighton: H. Cannon 4, A. Gunning 2, T. Clarke 2, L. Otto 2, N. Paine 1, Z. Alcott 1, M. Pascoe 1 BEST, Old Melburnians: S. Peacock, B. McKie, P. Kruger, T. Bratton, S. Quennell, T. Healey Old Brighton: J. Davis, H. Cannon, Z. Alcott, M. Fort-Williams, B. Jarick, L. Otto Fitzroy 2.2, 3.5, 10.7, 10.14 (74) Old Trinity 3.1, 5.4, 7.5, 10.6 (66) GOALS, Fitzroy: J. McGee 3, G. Crane 3, C. Polidoras 1, M. McWhinney 1, S. Kelleher 1, A. Franklin 1 Old Trinity: A. Hore-Lacy 3, L. Juric 2, C. Amiconi 2, C. Riggs 1, M. Cooper 1, S. Murphy 1 BEST, Fitzroy: G. Hesse, A. Ricco, P. Carydis, J. McGee, D. McLeod, B. Farley Old Trinity: S. Murphy, M. Cooper, C. Amiconi, M. Sutton, T. Cohen, D. Coulsen-Hoffacker St Kevins 4.1, 8.6, 14.8, 19.12 (126) Parkdale Vultures 4.2, 6.4, 9.5, 10.6 (66) GOALS, St Kevins: M. Lattanzio 7, R. Caldow 3, J. Gambaro 3, P. Dowd 1, D. Campbell 1, J. Marchesani 1, J. Reynolds 1, L. Dunne 1, B. Dowd 1 Parkdale Vultures: P. Lee 3, S. Jones 3, R. Irvine 1, A. Thompson 1, C. O’Meara 1, J. Lay 1 BEST, St Kevins: M. Lattanzio, A. Giarrusso, J. Frazer, P. McLennan, L. Dunne, L. Clancey Parkdale Vultures: J. Lay, R. Bedwell, A. Thompson, D. Kelly, J. Balic, P. Lee

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Will Reed

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BEARS PAY TRIBUTE TO CLUB LEGEND, DAVE WILLIAMS For the most part, football clubs are places of recreation and enjoyment, but in times of mourning they become places to seek solace or a comforting shoulder. That is what Banyule has become after the passing of 3-time club best and fairest, Big V representative and 300 game legend Dave Wiliams. The response from the club and the wider VAFA community spoke volumes of his mark on the game, and the regard with which he was held. Bears players wore black armbands in their clash with Monash Blues and played with plenty of emotion. A minute silence is planned for their vital clash with Oakleigh today as the Bears pay tribute to a stalwart and friend, and the rest of the competition remember a player who attacked the ball with ferocity at the contest, and a man who would share a beer and a yarn with teammates and opponents in the sheds after the game. The spread at Pine Lodge was magnificent and the football just as good as Old Ivanhoe and Oakleigh put on a show in a high scoring encounter. It began with a tight, well contested first quarter before a burst of three Adrian Del Monte goals in the second got the game going. Krushers Pat Ioannidis and James Chapple sparked their side in this period, and veteran Trevor Bromley was kicking them from everywhere to keep his side in the contest. As the tempo of the match rose, so did the intensity of Ricky Jessop and Steve Ward, who threw themselves at the contest to ensure the Hoers held a 21 point lead heading into the last. As a match this was no shrinking violet, with 13 goals in the last quarter. Bromley kicked his 7th but it was the Hoers who ran the game out stronger to win by 29 points and cement their spot in the 4. Oakleigh weren’t about to be brushed aside though, showing they’ll be hard to beat in the remaining six games. Mazenod’s only loss of the season came in Round 1 against Marcellin and they began their return fixture intent on preventing a repeat, edging out to a 14-point quarter time lead through solid work of Oldman, Reed and Ben Phibbs. The Nodders then extended their lead to 30 by half time as Rees Thomas got on top up forward. Marcellin were missing their captain Jake Symes due to injury but Blanch, Bortolotto and Carlson stepped up to fill the void in the third, winning the quarter but only 6

by 3 points. Mazenod were responding to each Eagle goal with a goal of their own before some Gus Patti brilliance (including a great hanger) broke the resistance as they ran out 40 point victors. Marcellin now drop outside the 4 and will need to turn their form around quickly this week. Monash Blues were stung by a hungry Oakleigh before the break and were looking to rebound at home against Banyule, skipping out to a handy 13-point lead at quarter time as Nick Petering and Matt McCart set the tone. The Bears played with plenty of heart but the Ashes withstood their efforts, entending their lead to 30 at half time as both Gareth and James Taylor got on top up forward. Jake Hooper and Tim Cusack showed their class to help the Bears get back into contention in the third, but despite 3 goals each from Hay and Barclay, Monash Blues proved a cut above, finishing with a convincing 46 point win to steady the ship after an upset loss. A titanic struggle took place at Mt Eliza as the Pirates claimed a heart stopping one point win over Old Camberwell to strengthen their grip on a Premier C spot next year. The Wellers scored more than their previous week’s total in the first quarter to lead at the first break. The Pirates were urged to lift and they responded accordingly to edge themselves in front by half time as Whitty, Fisher and Jeremy Gleeson began to influence the match. The contest then opened up in the third with Clarke, Hart and Campbell taking advantage for the Wellers who opened up a handy 17 point lead at the last change. With safety on the line, the desperate Pirates charged as the lead changed half a dozen times in the last ten minutes before big Jordan Pomeroy banged through the decisive behind from 50. Peninsula then hung on to win by the slightest of margins, Coach Brett McIlwraith close to tears in his post match address, saying ‘Im just so proud of you all. Enjoy it’. PREMIER C — TIPS IN BOLD (YEARS TOTAL 41 / 68%) NOBS St-Pats v Mazenod Monash Blues v Marcellin Peninsula v Old Ivanhoe Banyule v Oakleigh Old Camberwell v PEGS

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PEGS were out to grab a top 4 spot and they did so at home by defeating NOBS-St Pats in slippery conditions. The Bombers flew to a 33 point lead at quarter time which proved to be a match winning buffer, with Sean Towner effective in filling the void for absent forward David Forrest. To the Nobbers credit, they managed to tighten the game up after quarter time with Brady, Cleary and Ford working hard to restrict the damage. Ultimately however, the play of Brad and Ryan Jones, and Robert Baddeley led PEGS to their fourth consecutive win.

outfit will be tested against 3rd placed Old Ivanhoe at Mt Eliza but the visitors class should prove too strong. NOBS-St Pats were brave in their earlier fixture against Mazenod, but things could get ugly if they lose confidence against the top side today. Old Camberwell lifted their effort against Peninsula which will need to be maintained if they’re to beat PEGS at the Barnyard, but on form the visitors should notch their 5th win in a row.

Banyule host Oakleigh in a classic 8 point game between 8th and 9th at the Bear Cave. Both sides have been unpredictable lately but the Krushers have the better form and might bag an important win in here to draw level with the Bears. Marcellin are suddenly outside the 4 and need a win against Monash Blues to keep in touch. Unfortunately for the Eagles, the Ashes look to have overcome their slump as the Uni holidays conclude so I’m tipping the home side in a close one. A determined Pirates

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Mazenod 6.4, 10.10, 12.15, 16.19 (115) Marcellin 4.2, 6.4, 9.6, 11.9 (75) GOALS, Mazenod: R. Thomas 3, J. Cowan 3, A. Patti 2, H. Black 2, R. Mann 1, T. Bourbon 1, N. Jook 1, S. Black 1, J. Malietzis 1, B. Bonner 1 Marcellin: D. Jones 3, D. Jarred 2, S. Abrahams 1, P. Millsom 1, M. Holmes 1, A. Viney 1, M. Gasparini 1, J. Carlson 1 BEST, Mazenod: A. Patti, J. Cowan, S. Oldman, B. Phibbs, R. Thomas, F. Reed Marcellin: J. Blanch, A. Viney, J. Carlson, J. Bortolotto, T. Carlson, P. Millsom Monash Blues 4.4, 9.6, 12.9, 17.12 (114) Banyule 2.3, 4.6, 7.12, 9.14 (68) GOALS, Monash Blues: G. Taylor 4, J. Taylor 3, N. Petering 3, J. Cosgriff 2, A. Hickey 2, Z. Ledin 1, J. McKenzie 1, M. McCart 1 Banyule: A. Barclay 3, R. Hay 3, A. Bottomley 2, M. Italia 1 BEST, Monash Blues: N. Petering, M. McCart, G. Taylor, D. Hatch, J. McKenzie, G. Smyth Banyule: . Hooper, T. Cusack, J. Truefeldt, B. Walsh, A. Barclay, S. Courtot Old Ivanhoe 2.2, 9.5, 14.7, 21.10 (136) Oakleigh 1.3, 6.4, 10.10, 16.11 (107) GOALS, Old Ivanhoe: A. Del Monte 5, N. Butler 5, R. Glavas 4, B. Harrison 2, R. Jessop 1, C. Johnson 1, A. Baldwin 1, I. Dawkins 1, Z. Keane 1 Oakleigh: T. Bromley 7, T. Golik 2, S. Way 1, A. Murray 1, C. Hogan 1, D. Cleary 1, L. Barrand 1, T. Scott 1, G. Bennett 1 BEST, Old Ivanhoe: R. Jessop, S. Ward, R. Glavas, A. Del Monte, D. Heta, A. Vella Oakleigh: T. Bromley, J. Chapple, P. Di Siervi, L. Barrand, A. Valentini, S. Buchanan PEGS 7.4, 10.4, 14.6, 17.9 (111) NOBS/St Pats 2.1, 2.2, 5.3, 8.3 (51) GOALS, PEGS: S. Towner 4, L. Sutawan 2, N. Bartram 2, D. Flaherty 2, R. Edwards 1, A. Bell 1, T. Skurrie 1, C. Goullet 1, R. Baddeley 1, L. Fitzgerald 1, M. Wilson 1 NOBS/St Pats: C. Ryan 2, T. Murfett 2, S. Sleep 1, N. Thomas 1, C. Ford 1, C. Horsley 1 BEST, PEGS: B. Jones, R. Baddeley, R. Jones, J. Pound, S. Towner, N. Bartram NOBS/St Pats: D. Beaumont, T. Cleary, A. McPherson, M. Dunlop, C. Ford, T. Brady Peninsula 5.1, 8.6, 10.10, 16.12 (108) Old Camberwell 6.2, 8.5, 13.9, 16.11 (107) GOALS, Peninsula: J. Gleeson 6, R. Stainforth 2, S. Grigg 2, H. Whitty 2, H. Brodie 1, S. Murray 1, S. Payze 1, B. Southam 1 Old Camberwell: S. Killworth 3, J. Heffernan 2, S. Bennett 2, A. Clarke 2, B. Hart 2, R. Kapoor 2, D. Proksa 1, J. Wilson 1, R. Campbell 1 BEST, Peninsula: H. Whitty, N. Fisher, J. Gleeson, R. Stainforth, S. Grigg, B. Southam Old Camberwell: A. Clarke, R. Campbell, B. Hart, P. Bennett, T. Kanz, J. Robinson

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Marcellin 4.1, 8.4, 11.5, 13.9 (87) Mazenod 2.2, 4.4, 8.7, 10.8 (68) GOALS, Marcellin: S. Crapper 3, A. Coburn 2, D. Gartner 2, A. Lincoln 2, G. Romanin 1, N. Birrell 1, T. Blanch 1, T. Natoli 1 Mazenod: C. Smith 4, A. Holmes 2, N. Lewton 1, P. Iacovangelo 1, N. McLean 1, C. Jayaweera 1 BEST, Marcellin: A. Coburn, T. Natoli, N. Birrell, A. Lincoln, A. Loucas, D. Gartner Mazenod: C. Smith, S. Mann, J. Campbell, P. Flanagan, M. Regan, N. Lewton Monash Blues 2.4, 2.4, 6.5, 10.5 (65) Banyule 0.2, 3.4, 5.4, 8.8 (56) GOALS, Monash Blues: P. Tweedly 4, M. Boulton 1, J. Samuels 1, D. Hall 1, N. Burri 1, S. Chapman 1, N. Malcolm 1 Banyule: B. Kelly 3, S. Tindale 2, M. Tindale 1, J. Bonello 1, R. Masters 1 BEST, Monash Blues: P. Tweedly, B. Tilley, S. Whatley, J. Hertan, R. Shields, N. Burri Banyule: S. Hills, S. Tindale, R. Masters, A. Hopgood, L. Melton, J. Bonello Old Ivanhoe 2.2, 5.3, 13.4, 19.6 (120) Oakleigh 1.5, 3.6, 4.6, 7.8 (50) GOALS, Old Ivanhoe: P. Spurling 5, A. Solomidis 3, J. McKeon 3, C. Sutherland 2, M. Moncrieff 1, A. Paine 1, C. Crowley 1, S. Price 1, L. Lochran 1, R. Butler 1 Oakleigh: A. Shaw 2, M. Wass 1, S. Wines 1, M. Dimachki 1, B. Hogan 1, M. White 1 BEST, Old Ivanhoe: J. McKeon, C. Sutherland, L. Lochran, A. Steer, T. Hill, A. Paine Oakleigh: S. Wines, L. Kioussis, M. Wass, M. Klonaridis, C. Lavery, B. Hogan PEGS 4.2, 7.8, 8.10, 12.12 (84) NOBS/St Pats 4.0, 4.2, 7.4, 9.6 (60) GOALS, PEGS: S. Mezo 5, D. Podger 4, J. Barrett 1, D. Pound 1, D. Galea 1 NOBS/St Pats: A. Torpy 3, R. Nair 2, C. Dobson 2, J. Browne 1, D. O’Donaghue 1 BEST, PEGS: A. Frazer, J. French, S. Mezo, J. Barrett, J. Clarke, D. Pound NOBS/St Pats: R. Nair, A. Torpy, B. Holland, C. Le Maitre, T. McCullagh, J. Mirtschin Old Camberwell 2.5, 7.8, 10.12, 13.19 (97) Peninsula 2.3, 4.4, 5.5, 6.6 (42) GOALS, Old Camberwell: C. Hillier 7, S. Anjou 2, M. Woodbridge 1, C. Young 1, D. Toma 1, D. La Fontaine 1 Peninsula: (not supplied) BEST, Old Camberwell: D. La Fontaine, C. Hillier, C. McLaughlin, S. Needham, M. Woodbridge, B. Cottrell Peninsula: (not supplied)

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VAFA Media Coverage

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LATE SCORES, FINES AND TRIBUNAL Late Scores - June 29 Bulleen Templestowe - Division 1/ Division 1 Reserves

Results of Tribunal – 16 July 2013

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From July 16

Old Xaverians - Club XVIII (1) (Third Offence)

Anthony Carrol, Beaumaris. Misconduct, 2 matches

La Trobe University - U19 North (Second Offence) Old Haileybury - U19 North (Second Offence)

Simon Vucko, Dragons. Charging, 3 matches

Collegians - U18 (Second Offence)

* Hayden Eddy Whitefriars (U19). Striking, 2 matches

Northern Blues- U19 (3)

* Jayden Costello Williamstown CYMS (U19). Rough Conduct, 2 matches

Incorrect Scores June 29

* Luke Giansiracusa Prahran Assumption (Reserves). Striking, 2 matches.

Kew - Club XVIII (3) (Third Offence) Collegians - U18 (Second Offence) Yarra Valley - Division 2 Reserves (Second Offence) University Blues - Premier/Premier Thirds Elsternwick - Division 3 Reserves Old Westbourne - U19 North Beaumaris - U19 South

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Results of Tribunal – 29 June 2013 From 29 June Aaron Pogorzelski, Werribee. Striking, 4 matches *Accepted Prescribed Penalty

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FOR THE LOVE OF THE GAME

THE BEST OF MULTICULTURAL ROUND There were some great stories from Multicultural Round and the feedback from everyone that it is a round worth cherishing in the VAFA. As more and more people discovered it was multicultural round we were inundated with stories from our players from diverse cultural backgrounds. One such story is below.

go down to the TAC cup team the Sandringham Dragons to train. Unfortunately I was cut in the lead up to the first round, but the experience was invaluable and something I hold close to me to this day. Rubbing shoulders with Chris Dawes and Josh Kennedy was also fantastic. They were both terrific leaders and amazing role models. I spent a year at Old Brighton Grammarians Football Club’s under 19 side, but decided to hang up the boots to pursue a career in tennis coaching. Unfortunately, football had left too big of an impression on me and I found myself getting itchy feet. I played four games in the EFL for Donvale which was then followed by nine games the season after with what was then the Prahran Football Club. I have been at the now Prahran Assumption Football Club for five years. It’s an amazing club with some fantastic people and I can see myself ending my footy career there. Jon Rice – Prahran Assumption

I was born in Seoul South Korea in 1988. I was abandoned as a baby and put into the care of a foster mother for 6 months. I was then adopted by Australian and English parents at 16 months old. I grew up in Elwood and got my first taste of footy at primary school. Some of my favourite memories come from playing footy on the hard, hard concrete grounds of Elwood Primary School. The closest footy ground was that wasn’t covered in dog droppings was the “Peanut Farm” in St Kilda - home to the mighty St Kilda City Football Club. From there I played four years of under 11’s as we didn’t have enough players for under 9’s or 10’s. in the last year of under 11’s , I experienced a lot of racism from opposition players which unfortunately put me off footy. I came back into the fray when I was in year 10. I was studying at Brighton Grammar School and decided to chance my hand again at footy. Coming into year 12, I was really enjoying my footy and got asked to 10

MEMBERS MEETING SNAP SHOTS - CEO Michael Sholly presented to the Members that the VAFA was keen to grow the competition to 80 teams in order to streamline the sections to have 10 teams each, allowing a proper 18 round home and away season to do this. To achieve this the competition would consider creating geographical sections to encourage certain clubs to enter the competition. - VAFA Cup – Mr Sholly also presented the idea of a VAFA Cup as an extra competition to be run as part of pre-season and conclude as mid week fixtures under lights at Sportscover Arena as the season progresses. There would be a Premier Cup and Division Cup. We will look at the benefits of each in next week’s record. - Commercial Manager Blair O’Hara delivered news of the VAFA’s partnership with Elite Sports Properties and their memorabilia arm. Clubs will be able to access wholesale authorised memorabilia to use at club auctions to help in their fund raising. THE AMATEUR FOOTBALLER 2013


IPAD APP IS HERE! Two weeks ago the VAFA launched our very own iPad App of the Amateur Footballer. With more and more people owning tablet devices and more and more people reading their news in a digital format the VAFA Board supported the VAFA Media team’s push to create a digital version of the record. If you have an iPad you can download this edition and all previous editions from 2013 of the Amateur Footballer for free from the iTunes App Store. The best thing about the App is there is extra content in there that doesn’t fit into the record like videos, photos and extra stories. The VAFA would like to thank the support of our sponsor and motoring partner Bayford Group. Now is a good time to remind all clubs that they are entitled to a $500 rebate to the club of the purchasers choosing when they buy a car through any of the seven Bayford dealerships. Hopefully those supporters of Amateur football will now be able to keep up to date with what is happening week to week by downloading the app.

BAYFORD HOST MEMBERS MEETING Last week’s mid season Members Meeting between the VAFA Board and the club Presidents was hosted in the showroom of Bayford Volkswagon Camberwell. In a massive change from the confines of Sportscover Arena, club Presidents were seated amongst a range of vehicles that can be purchased through the Bayford Group. The overall feedback from club presidents was positive as the change in venue and the potential rewards for each club were presented to all in attendance. The VAFA’s new partnership with Bayford Group means that any car bought through their seven dealerships is entitled to receive a $500 cash back offer to the club of the purchasers choosing. So if you are in the market for a Ford, Peugeot, Citroën, Kia or Volkswagon then head to one of the Bayford Group dealerships, mention you are with the VAFA and nominate the club you wish for the rebate to go back to. THE AMATEUR FOOTBALLER 2013

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LOVE THE GAME FORFOR THETHE LOVE OFOF THE GAME

BULLEEN TEMPLESTOWE FAMILY DAY

Last Saturday, Bulleen Templestowe continued on its tradition by hosting its Annual Family DAy. For many years, the Bullants have dedicated one home game to families within the community in which the club plays footy. Not only do families of past and present players attend, but many families from within the community that do not have a direct link to the club also attend. Bulleen Temp believes strongly in the Amateur ethos and works diligently at promoting a family friendly atmosphere. The day is more than just extra food items at the canteen. With the tireless help of volunteers and sponsors, the Ted Ajani Reserve was a sea of colour and activity as club provided a giant dinosaur jumping castle, animal farm, face 12

painting, Devonshire tea and cake stall, sausage sizzle, MFB Templestowe Fire Truck and giveaways, handball competitions, footy cards station and 2 Auskick grid games at half time - just like the AFL. Always looking to give back to the community, the Bullants encouraged gold coin donations throughout the day and raised much needed money for the Challenge Foundation - a fantastic organisation that supports kids with cancer. Sincere thanks go out to the Bullants’ partners and sponsors for this day - including Bendigo Bank, YMCA, Stramit Building Products, Pancake Parlour Doncaster, Melissa Cakes, Lagana Meats and the Metropolitan Fire Brigade of Templestowe. THE AMATEUR FOOTBALLER 2013


WEEKEND FOR SHARPSHOOTERS Two players had their kicking boots on in Round 12. Club XVIII side Old Xaverians Crocs side kicked a monstrous 42.15.267 to win against Monash Blues by 265 points. The big win was celebrated by star crocs forward James McDonnell kicking 20 goals! The haul takes McDonnell’s season tally to 80 from 9 games and a real chance to crack the ton! The 20 goals McDonnell kicked beats his previous best of 16 which he kicked last year for the Crocs on the way to winning the league best and fairest, leading goal kicker and a premiership medallion. However outdoing the Club XVII spearhead was none other than Oakleigh’s U19 champion forward Aaron Cloke who slotted 22 goals of his side’s 32.20.212! The Krushers didn’t have as big a win as the Crocs

but they did have the round’s leading goal kicker. Cloke who is related to Collingwood’s Travis Cloke might need to offer a few goalkicking tips to his older cousin. The 22 goals take Cloke’s season tally at U19 level to 58, however he has also kicked 3 goals in the senior Oakleigh side. The 22 also beat his previous VAFA best of 10 goals when playing in the U18s. With the U19 Krushers on the top of the ladder, Cloke has qualified for finals and is a chance to play in a second premiership in as many seasons, having assisted Oakleigh to the U18 flag in 2012. Cloke also won the U18 league best and fairest in 2012 so there are plenty of similarities about the two.

ASHTON’S ASHES Who doesn’t love a bandwagon? It seemed like the whole of Australia jumped on board the Agar express as the 19 year old debutant was walloping the English attack on the way to the highest ever score by a number 11 batsmen and combined with Phil Hughes for a record 10th wicket partnership. Aston Agar became an overnight sensation and certainly De La Salle have jumped on board their former student who completed VCE in 2011. Whilst Ahston didn’t pull on the De La Salle Old Collegians jumper before his move to Perth his younger brother Will has played 9 games in the U19s this year. Will missed De La’s round 12 fixture as he had jumped on a plane with the rest of the family to witness Ashon’s Test debut. Ashton joins another De La Salle old boy and fellow left arm tweaker MarkMichael Seccul Beer in playing at the highest level in recent times. THE AMATEUR FOOTBALLER 2013

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MILESTONES

All milestones to olivia@vafa.com.au by Monday noon. Please supply a picture or Milestones reserves the right to find one on the web. GAMES

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VAFA CONGRATULATES YOU IN REACHING THE MILESTONE

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Old Trinity’s Max Burgess has been at the club for 10 years and finally was rewarded with 1st XVIII selection late last year. Included in his milestone are six firsts appearances, with the balance in twos. Max is a clever, committed, skilful player and is an ideal stopper.

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Oakleigh would like to congratulate James Chapple on his 150th game last week against Old Ivanhoe. James was recruited from Oakleigh JFC in 2005 and played his first game against Peninsula Under 19’s in round 1 2005. James was Reserves Captain for season 2011. He has won the 2011 Reserves B&F and is now a regular senior player. From all of your teammates, supporters and sponsors.

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Kew’s Ryan Wyley began with the Under 19’s in 2005 and 33 games later graduated into the Seniors and become a fearless rover/midfielder or running defender. In 2008, Ryan finished 3rd in the VAFA Ossie Meehan Best and Fairest and won club Best First Year Player.

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Beaumaris’ Nick Loucaides joined the club in 2008. Nick was a member of the 2008 Under 19 South premiership side coached by Josh Bourke. He then played his first senior game in 2009 and was part of the C grade premiership side in 2010 coached by Jason Mifsud. Nick's strengths have been his ability to run through the lines and deliver to a target. He has been a springboard of many attacks off half back. Nick has created history by being the first Greek Cypriot to play 100 games for the Sharks.

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Ormond’s Jarred Harry play’s his 100th game today. Fun loving Jarred is a bit of a hillbilly starting his playing days up in the Emerald League. He played his first (and only) Senior game in 2012. Jarred’s pastimes include hunting but insists only feral animals are his quarry.

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Ormond’s David Machin played his first Senior game in 2007 usually excelling in the midfield. After spending 2008 in Europe, David has spent the last few years playing with the Reserves and the clubbies.

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Oakleigh’s Steve Buchanan was recruited from Ringwood in 2010 and played his first game against Old Carey in round 1 2010. Steve has always shown his competitiveness against some of the big forwards.

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Kew’s Andrew Brazzale is the current club vice captain and the dual Club Leading Goal kicker and terrific fellow.

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DIVISION 1

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MONDERS PREMIERSHIP HYPE SOARS After winning 5 of their last 6 including a 95-point demolition of second placed Williamstown CYMS, the Ormond bandwagon is well and truly set to take off. Questions were asked of the Monders’ and their finals hopes after a shaky start to their campaign resulting in a 2-4 win-loss record after six rounds. However, Ormond have supplied the answers with a strong month and a half of footy, losing only to the 12-0 Rovers. It has been an emphatic statement, declaring their candidacy for premiership honours. With just six games remaining a top 4 has been established for the first time, as there is now a game difference between fourth and a pack of three finals aspirants. Williamstown CYMS opened the proceedings with two quick goals away at Ormond and loomed to break away early; however from thereon, goals were as elusive as a touch of the Sherrin. The Monders’ embarrassed the CY’s. Ormond kicked seven goals in the first term and repeated the output in the second and fourth quarters. Skipper Matt Martinov led from the front slotting 3 goals, Joss Holdsworth and Jordan Tabakman ended with 4 apiece in the 16-goal win while ruckman, Dan Haysom was deemed best on ground for his aerial prowess. Ormond remains in third on the ladder but will attempt to jump Williamstown CYMS in second with a win over Bulleen Templestowe this weekend. Prahran Assumption continued their slide down the ladder, losing to the undefeated Hampton Rovers. The Two Blues have dropped to 6-6 and their top 4 aspirations are fading away. After a low-scoring first quarter the Rovers kicked away booting 6 goals and keeping Prahran Assumption goalless in the second to take a 46-point lead at halftime. The second half was a straightforward process; the Rovers cruised to the final siren, with 46 points remaining the final margin. Hampton extended their winning streak to 12 with the victory and were well served on the day by Jesse Lovig in an impressive best on ground effort. MHSOB’s last gasp at the finals ultimately slipped away on the back of another costly defeat to true 16

premiership hopefuls Whitefriars. The Friars closed the curtain on a Unicorns finals miracle despite MHSOB’s getting off to a positive start at home. The Unicorns made the most of their opportunities and managed to kick straight keeping the score in their favour. Whitefriars retained the ascendancy in general play, their inaccuracy at goal resulted in a one point deficit at quarter time. The second quarter saw much the same as Whitefriars couldn’t put away their opponents, ending the half with six more scoring shots but only an 11-point lead. The Friars punished MHSOB on the scoreboard in the third kicking six goals which was followed on by five more in the fourth. The Daou brothers Andrew (6) and Jean (5) worked in tandem kicking nine of the Whitefriars’ eighteen goals in what would be a 37-point victory. Bulleen Templestowe at home to Glen Eira was over convincingly by halftime, providing the Bullants with a must needed percentage boost in their surge for the top 4. Bulleen Templestowe kicked away to a 39 point lead at the end of the first, which became 79 at the main break, all this while holding Glen Eira to just a solitary point. A record losing margin was on the cards for the Saints but to their credit, they rallied in the second half managing to kick three goals of their own along with keeping Bulleen Templestowe goalless in the last to win the quarter. Nevertheless the Bullants still walked away with a comfortable 92-point win. Old Mentonians hosted Old Geelong at Turner Road Reserve in a classic 8-point game in a battle to stay within reach of the top 4. The OG’s started impressively, kicking the first three goals and earned a 19-point lead at the opening break. The Panthers worked back into the match in the second slotting five majors to flip the margin in DIVISION 1 — TIPS IN BOLD (YEARS TOTAL 40 / 67%) Ormond v Bulleen Templestowe Williamstown CYMS v Hampton Rovers MHSOB v Glen Eira Prahran Assumption v Old Mentonians Whitefriars v Old Geelong

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their favour by 1. OMFC continued to maintain control in the second half edging their lead to two goals at three quarter time. Old Geelong started the final term strongly kicking an early goal, although Old Mentonians were able to push the margin out once again to win by 18. Warwick Stone provided his midfielders first use in the ruck, while Brad Norton was best on ground, racking up the disposals and feeding those further afield. This week Ormond face Bulleen Templestowe in another 8-point matchup, Ormond’s remarkable vein of form will only continue and beat the Bullants at home. Williamstown CYMS host Hampton Rovers, travelling to Fearon Reserve is one of the tougher trips in Division 1, however I can’t see

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anyone breaking the Rovers’ streak at this point, Hampton to win. The bottom two teams in MHSOB and Glen Eira play at Melbourne High School, with pride on the line and a must win nature if the Unicorns are to escape the drop, the home team to get the four points. Prahran Assumption take on Old Mentonians, expect the Two Blues’ drop in form to subside, but a win might be another week away as the Panthers should get the victory. Old Geelong travel to Whitefriars in what looms as their grand final, win or miss the finals. Unfortunately for Old Geelong, Whitefriars will be too strong for the OG’s and will consolidate a top 4 spot.

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Bulleen Templestowe 6.4, 12.8, 16.11, 16.16 (112) Glen Eira 0.1, 0.1, 2.2, 3.2 (20) GOALS, Bulleen Templestowe: K. Cherbakof 3, R. Edsall 3, D. Tonelli 3, J. Khouri 3, P. Florance 1, L. Wallis 1, M. Considine 1, O. Schmidt 1 Glen Eira: A. Spink 1, L. Barda 1, K. Harwood 1 BEST, Bulleen Templestowe: P. Florance, R. Matz, R. Course, L. Costa, B. Tourogianis, G. Williams Glen Eira: L. Barda, C. Higgins, J. Higgins, A. Spink, M. Hobson, A. Tsirogiannis

Bulleen Templestowe 5.8, 11.13, 21.17, 29.22 (196) Glen Eira 0.0, 0.0, 0.0, 1.0 (6) GOALS, Bulleen Templestowe: D. Follacchio 10, A. Verga 5, D. Florance 5, L. Bettiol 2, S. Forby 2, D. Milner 2, L. Millen 1, A. Samie 1, J. Bendoricchio 1 Glen Eira: L. Goulding 1 BEST, Bulleen Templestowe: D. Follacchio, J. Moio, D. Rogers, J. Bendoricchio, L. Millen, A. Verga Glen Eira: S. Neeson, F. Cavanagh, S. Krull, L. Pryde, A. Devries, J. Halliwell

Hampton Rovers 3.3, 9.6, 12.9, 15.13 (103) Prahran Assumption 1.4, 1.8, 5.9, 8.9 (57) GOALS, Hampton Rovers: E. Turner 3, L. Verma 2, S. Burggraaff 2, A. McNeil 1, M. Care 1, K. Pinto 1, L. Dallas 1, D. Andersen 1, A. Duddy 1, J. McCoy 1, J. McPherson 1 Prahran Assumption: J. Robbins 2, A. Sleight 2, A. Simpson 2, M. Wall 1, P. Donahoo 1 BEST, Hampton Rovers: J. Lovig, L. Fletcher, M. Devereaux, E. Turner, J. McPherson, M. Care Prahran Assumption: L. Hunt, J. Musster, N. Davey, D. Anglin, J. Matherson, M. Wall

Hampton Rovers 2.1, 7.4, 9.8, 16.9 (105) Prahran Assumption 2.3, 4.4, 5.5, 7.9 (51) GOALS, Hampton Rovers: C. Long 3, M. Innes 2, A. Fisher 1, L. Woodland 1, B. Holt 1, T. Youl 1, M. Law 1, J. Baxter 1, T. Woodland 1, J. Sperring 1, D. Morton 1, N. Taylor 1, R. Warren 1 Prahran Assumption: L. Shellard 3, A. Dean 2, L. Giansiracusa 1, G. Muir 1 BEST, Hampton Rovers: J. Sperring, A. Fisher, B. Pewtress, L. Woodland, D. Morton, N. Taylor Prahran Assumption: D. Quirk, A. Dean, T. Matherson, M. Laverty, L. Shellard, T. Webb

Whitefriars 3.8, 7.12, 13.13, 18.13 (121) MHSOB 4.3, 6.7, 8.11, 12.12 (84) GOALS, Whitefriars: A. Daou 6, J. Daou 5, D. Tibaldi 2, O. Scannell 2, A. Marcello 1, D. Hogan 1, B. Stafford 1 MHSOB: D. Hamilton-Ho 3, N. Hawking 2, B. Steiner 2, J. Aitken2, M. White 1, S. Villani 1, A. Hogan 1 BEST, Whitefriars: D. Kaldor, A. Daou, D. Loh, D. Tibaldi, M. Simbolon, J. Daou MHSOB: R. Clowes, T. Rendell, S. Villani, D. Hamilton-Ho, R. Van Es, M. White

MHSOB 3.2, 7.8, 12.11, 18.15 (123) Whitefriars 0.4, 1.5, 4.7, 4.8 (32) GOALS, MHSOB: L. Taylor 6, N. Orchard 4, N. Campbell 2, H. Taylor 2, M. Bunting 1, R. Zlonzak 1, J. Wood 1, S. Douglas 1 Whitefriars: L. Hamblin 1, C. Wood 1, D. Todorovski 1, C. Zarafa 1 BEST, MHSOB: J. Bunting, M. Bowen, L. Taylor, J. Wood, S. Keough, N. Huett Whitefriars: D. Todorovski, M. Stafford, D. Arthurson, P. Hennessy, S. Cardamone, M. Larosa

Old Mentonians 1.4, 6.7, 12.8, 15.12 (102) Old Geelong 4.5, 6.6, 10.8, 12.12 (84) GOALS, Old Mentonians: B. Robertson 5, E. Macquire 3, L. Oliver 2, T. Brodie 2, D. Brown 1, L. Hull 1, B. Norton 1 Old Geelong: W. Symons 4, C. Wood 3, J. Mountjoy 3, B. Dean 1, T. Mountjoy 1 BEST, Old Mentonians: B. Norton, W. Stone, K. Smith-Cameron, L. Hull, E. Macquire Old Geelong: M. Collister, W. Symons, A. Herd, J. Mountjoy, C. Wood, D. Wood

Old Geelong 4.4, 7.8, 12.13, 16.18 (114) Old Mentonians 4.2, 8.3, 8.5, 9.6 (60) GOALS, Old Geelong: A. De Fegely 3, W. Harris 3, T. Slattery 2, T. Hope-Johnstone 2, R. de Crespigny 2, A. Perry 1, M. Morris 1, M. Walkom 1, H. Beaumont 1 Old Mentonians: R. Imlach 3, D. Bott 2, R. Smith 2, C. Mylonas 1, B. Zeitoune 1 BEST, Old Geelong: S. Hughes, R. de Crespigny, A. De Fegely, W. Harris, M. Morris, B. Dettmann Old Mentonians: J. Gregory, R. Imlach, D. Lamb, B. Parker, T. Strange, R. Smith

Ormond 7.4, 14.9, 17.11, 24.12 (156) Williamstown CYMS 4.3, 5.5, 8.10, 8.13 (61) GOALS, Ormond: J. Tabakman 4, J. Holdsworth 4, S. Stait 3, M. Martinov 3, S. Mason 2, D. Bailey 2, R. Chisholm 2, D. Elkman 2, B. Upstill 1, A. McCooke 1 Williamstown CYMS: M. Carland 2, B. Gray 2, A. Heaver 1, R. Danaher 1, J. Gray 1, T. Murphy 1 BEST, Ormond: D. Haysom, M. Oaten, M. Martinov, J. Holdsworth, S. Stait, S. Barnes Williamstown CYMS: S. Puhar, B. Gray, M. Carland, A. Heaver, T. Murphy, J. Gray

Ormond 4.2, 10.5, 13.7, 20.8 (128) Williamstown CYMS 3.1, 3.4, 8.6, 8.12 (60) GOALS, Ormond: S. Metz 7, T. Naylor 3, L. Calvert 2, D. Riazah-Kesheh 2, J. Hastings-Dodge 1, N. Ryde 1, M. Bannan 1, J. Singleton 1, D. MacHin 1, T. Haysom 1 Williamstown CYMS: J. Vanderloo 4, J. Venosta 2, D. Ellis 1, T. Humberstone 1 BEST, Ormond: D. Riazah-Kesheh, S. Metz, N. Manning, B. Lydster, T. Naylor, N. Ryde Williamstown CYMS: F. Adamson, J. Williams, D. Toscas, J. Venosta, D. Ellis, J. Neylon

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Brenton Mann

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TOP HALF ALL WIN EMMAUS ST LEOS VS ST JOHNS In a spiteful game with numerous spot fires, it was the Animals that started the better, they were aided by St Johns’ inaccuracy in front of goal and took a slight lead into the first break. It was a very different story in the second term, the JOCs, led by Glenn Costas up forward, slammed on six goals, held the Two Blues to a miserly two points to lead by 38 points at the half. The Animals came out stinging after the main break and kicked the first four goals of the third, but three late goals, two to Jarrod Gaget, ensured the JOCs kept a comfortable 31 point lead heading into the last. In a scrappy last quarter, the game was played between both sides’ half back lines and neither side could really capitalise on turnovers and the game petered out. St Johns’ would eventually run out winners by 45 points but for the best part of a half, they were tested by Emmaus St Leos. St Johns’ face their biggest test of their year next week, taking on Therry Penola at home and will need to lift considerably to get over that hurdle. YARRA VALLEY VS SOUTH MELBOURNE After pushing ladder leaders Therry Penola all the way before the bye, South Melbourne kept that form going, but fell short to Yarra Valley by eight points. The Bushrangers have been formidable at home this year but it was the Districts that were better early and held seven point lead heading into the quarter time huddle. Yarra Valley’s strength is its uncanny ability to slam through multiple goals in quick succession, this was evident after a five goal second term and took a 10 point lead into the main change. But South Melbourne have made significant steps forward in recent weeks and in the third term they piled on five of their own, handing them a three point lead at the final change. The Districts were on the verge of claiming their biggest scalp of the year. However the Bushrangers had other ideas and a six goal final term kept South Melbourne at bay. Yarra Valley ran out winners by eight points but the Districts will mark this down as another “honourable loss”. 18

MONASH GRYPHONS VS THERRY PENOLA Monash’s assignment of beating the ladder leaders was made slightly easier with the omission of star full-forward Jarrod Bannister. Bannister may have helped avoid their early poor kicking in front of goal, but the Lions still had a 14 point lead at quarter time. Therry Penola rectified their inaccuracy in front of goal in the second with 5.2, but let themselves down defensively to let the Gryphons put through four goals of their own. It was a very tight third term, with Monash holding its own in the clearances and around the packs, both sides slotted through three goals. The Lions had kept the Gryphons at arm’s reach with a 19 point deficit at the final change. In a cracking last quarter both sides banged on five goals although that is little consolation for the Gryphons who missed out on knocking off the section leaders. The Lions managed to grind out another win that almost inks in a double chance spot. ST MARY’S SALESIAN VS IVANHOE Perfect but overcast conditions greeted both sides at Ferndale Park and it showed with an even first quarter. Both sides moved the ball well, but neither had the ability to gain the ascendancy. The Saints lifted in the second term, getting the better of the midfield battle, which allowed them to open the game up and took a 19 point lead into the main break. Ivanhoe came out firing after halftime and put on three goals in quick succession. They added another two later in the quarter and reduced the deficit to 10 points heading into ¾ time. In an entertaining last quarter, Ivanhoe kicked the first major and it was game on, the margin a miserly four points. An upset looked likely, but it was the Saints that steadied and with both sides putting through three final term goals, it was St Mary’s that got over the line by 14 points. The Saints had greater DIVISION 2 — TIPS IN BOLD (YEARS TOTAL 42 / 70%) Monash v St Mary’s Salesian Old Eltham v Yarra Valley Ivanhoe v Old Paradians Therry Penola v St Johns Sth Melbourne Dist. v Emmaus St Leos

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depth through the midfield and while star fullforward Ash Close bagged five goals, it was too much left to too few for Ivanhoe, which has been a familiar story in 2013.

OLD PARADIANS VS OLD ELTHAM Northern suburb rivals the Raiders and the Turtles met each other at Garvey Oval and it was the Raiders with the ascendancy early on, however they failed to convert it into scoreboard pressure. Old Eltham’s strength this year has been its impressive first quarters but they were held goalless and could only manage 0.2 to trail by 14 points. Both sides lifted forward of centre in the second term, each bagging

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St Johns 1.5, 7.11, 10.13, 14.17 (101) Emmaus St Leos 2.1, 2.3, 6.6, 8.8 (56) GOALS, St Johns: G. Costas 3, J. Diaz 3, J. Gaget 3, J. Green 1, M. Nicholson 1, L. Mara 1, D. Batson 1, D. Camm 1 Emmaus St Leos: N. Robin 2, R. Harding 2, A. Ballard 1, L. Glover 1, T. Brady 1, P. Baranello 1 BEST, St Johns: M. Forgiarini, J. Gaget, L. Mara, G. Costas, J. Green, M. Nicholson Emmaus St Leos: N. Robin, A. McDougall, C. Hogan, R. Harding, L. Glover, A. Ballard Therry Penola 3.4, 8.6, 11.9, 16.10 (106) Monash Gryphons 1.2, 5.4, 8.8, 13.10 (88) GOALS, Therry Penola: M. Lyons 4, C. Bannister 4, D. Angus 2, J. Dixon 1, M. Valenti 1, H. Rowe 1, D. Ryan 1, N. Milevski 1, J. Crotty 1 Monash Gryphons: M. Fletcher 2, L. Allan 2, I. McCallum 2, B. Griesheimer 1, T. Mackie 1, L. Pound 1, A. Erwin-Ross 1, W. Harms 1, D. McConville 1, C. Mackie 1 BEST, Therry Penola: B. Harding, D. Ryan, J. Crotty, M. Lyons, J. Mennuni, M. Heard Monash Gryphons: M. Tapscott, M. Savage, L. Pound, C. Mackie, M. Fletcher Old Eltham Collegians 0.2, 4.7, 5.9, 9.13 (67) Old Paradians 2.6, 6.7, 8.8, 8.9 (57) GOALS, Old Eltham Collegians: S. Ciavola 4, C. Brown 1, A. Hargrave 1, C. Mizzi 1, B. Galvin 1, M. Olaris 1 Old Paradians: J. Kandilakis 2, D. Boundy 2, R. Licciardi 1, S. Rehlicki 1, B. Holden 1, M. Bellizia 1 BEST, Old Eltham Collegians: A. Lendaro, B. Galvin, L. Ogilvie, C. Mizzi, R. Foo, S. Ciavola Old Paradians: M. Derham, C. Kandilakis, J. Kandilakis, R. Licciardi, B. Holden, S. Miller St Mary’s Salesian 2.2, 6.6, 9.10, 12.15 (87) Ivanhoe 2.4, 3.5, 8.6, 11.7 (73) GOALS, St Mary’s Salesian: J. Flynn 4, B. Gatehouse 2, H. Chipperfield 2, N. Latsas 1, J. Op’t Hoog 1, J. Rogers 1, M. Curtin 1 Ivanhoe: A. Close 5, L. Roberts 2, M. Fogarty 1, M. Skelly 1, E. Paynter 1, J. McDonald 1 BEST, St Mary’s Salesian: H. Chipperfield, N. Latsas, J. Tanner, J. McCoy, J. Op’t Hoog, N. Baum Ivanhoe: T. O’Donnell, P. Harris, S. Zervides, T. Williamson, A. Close, B. Jackson Yarra Valley 2.3, 7.4, 10.5, 16.10 (106) South Melbourne Districts 3.4, 5.6, 10.8, 14.14 (98) GOALS, Yarra Valley: S. Yeo 5, J. Canham 2, R. Pollard 2, B. Trend 2, D. Pagan 2, R. Little 1, D. Blewonski 1, R. Amos 1 South Melbourne Districts: J. Hampton 10, S. Bradford 1, S. Mahoney 1, E. Costello 1, C. Grant 1 BEST, Yarra Valley: S. Collie, J. Canham, M. MacLennan, D. Vanderzeil, S. Yeo, B. Trend South Melbourne Districts: E. Costello, A. Minichiello, T. McNamara, J. Heis, A. Jolly, J. Hampton

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4 majors. The Turtles had improved significantly; they reduced the deficit to eight points at the main change. The third was an arm wrestle and two goals to the Raiders gave them what should have been a match winning 17 point lead in this low scoring affair. In the fourth, Old Eltham showed why they are a top four side, holding Paradians to a solitary point and banging on 4.4 to record a stirring 10 point victory.

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Emmaus St Leos 5.3, 8.8, 13.10, 15.13 (103) St Johns 4.0, 8.2, 9.4, 12.6 (78) GOALS, Emmaus St Leos: P. McGloin 4, P. Jones 3, D. Dapiran 2, R. McGloin 2, J. O’Connor 1, M. Ottobre 1, A. Papac 1, J. Petrulis 1 St Johns: M. De Poilly 3, N. Pouki 2, P. Daou 2, M. Ware 1, G. Roberts 1, T. Van Rijn 1, M. Lokeron 1, E. Jakwot 1 BEST, Emmaus St Leos: J. O’Connor, D. Pryde, R. McGloin, J. Page, P. Carey, P. McGloin St Johns: N. Pouki, A. Stevanovic, M. Lokeron, D. Abou-Karroum, B. Khoweiss, E. Jakwot Therry Penola 2.1, 9.2, 16.3, 21.6 (132) Monash Gryphons 3.3, 4.7, 6.9, 10.9 (69) GOALS, Therry Penola: J. Quinn 7, J. Vernali 4, M. Rasile 2, A. McKenzie 2, M. McWhinney 2, P. McCrae 1, D. Ractliffe 1, G. Henderson 1, J. Sacco 1 Monash Gryphons: S. Abel 4, W. Pocock 3, D. Baxter 1, P. Warren 1, L. Wells 1 BEST, Therry Penola: N. Kenessy, M. McWhinney, J. Holt, J. Quinn, C. Bryceson, D. Ractliffe Monash Gryphons: D. Baxter, L. Wells, R. Fletcher, S. Kerr, S. Abel Old Eltham Collegians 2.5, 3.7, 7.13, 9.15 (69) Old Paradians 1.2, 3.7, 4.8, 6.14 (50) GOALS, Old Eltham Collegians: T. Woods 2, J. Howell 2, C. Strongman 2, M. Abbott 1, Z. Tranter 1, J. Bird 1 Old Paradians: M. Christie 2, A. Tenson 2, D. Whyley 1, R. Amerena 1 BEST, Old Eltham Collegians: C. Strongman, J. Bird, T. Brown, B. Jupp, M. Mcphee, A. Hall Old Paradians: A. Tenson, T. Gibbons, A. Jolley, M. Raponi, K. Mascitti, D. Whyley St Mary’s Salesian 3.3, 6.8, 10.10, 15.12 (102) Ivanhoe 5.2, 6.3, 8.5, 10.8 (68) GOALS, St Mary’s Salesian: N. Alexopoulos 4, A. Baird 2, S. Gatehouse 2, J. Barrie 2, S. Retino 1, J. Evans 1, L. Hawkins 1, D. Rajkumar 1, L. Addison 1 Ivanhoe: BEST, St Mary’s Salesian: T. Johnson, N. Alexopoulos, J. Evans, N. Jane, S. Gatehouse, S. Retino Ivanhoe: YARRA VALLEY v. SOUTH MELBOURNE DISTRICTS Yarra Valley 3.4, 7.9, 12.14, 17.15 (117) South Melbourne Districts 3.1, 4.5, 4.9, 6.11 (47) GOALS, Yarra Valley: B. Seeger 11, J. Harding 2, L. Gillies 1, A. Houghton 1, H. Cooper 1, M. Neilly 1 South Melbourne Districts: BEST, Yarra Valley: B. Seeger, X. Nowicki, A. Houghton, L. Grimwade, L. Gillies, N. Paton South Melbourne Districts:

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William Balme

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TRUTH, BEAUTY AND A PICTURE OF YOU In a week where we witnessed one of the most incredible Ashes test matches of all time, we were reminded of several moral conundrums. These questions included; How do we treat the officials who are in charge of moderating our sport, is integrity in sport dead and when will David Warner’s fist bump into Stuart Broad’s face on a night out on the town? All very valid questions, worthy of consideration. In my opinion, it is clear that the first two questions are the most relevant throughout the sporting world, across all levels. Integrity at an amateur level revolves around the traditional shaking of hands at the start of the game, no king hits behind play and a beer with the opposition once the final siren has sounded. Occasionally the boundaries of unwritten rules are pushed. A prejudiced goal umpire, an overly aggressive crowd and overpriced beer during the post-match are a few examples of this. However, despite the lines being crossed occasionally, the games are usually played with high integrity and genuine respect for the officials. The weekend that just passed featured games that were played with all the great traits and were just as close as the first test result. Yet, as the season reaches its climax, there may be many fireworks left in the shed. The teams searching for a premiership and those looking to remain above the lowest section in the VAFA are all desperate to achieve a certain goal. My moral compass is sketchy at best, but it is these times, when the teams are at their hungriest that their true colours usually shine through. Welcome to the final third of 2013. After La Trobe’s disappointing loss to Power House in the bye round, they faced the resurgent South Mornington Tigers. In a ferocious battle, it was La Trobe who yet again managed to hold off a former Division 4 side by less than a kick. La Trobe, missing two of their premier midfielders in Sangster and Hacker, managed to find resolve in the last term on a slippery Saturday afternoon. Whilst Ben Price was again in excellent touch for the defeated Tigers, it was the unsung heroics of Elliot Kelly and Lachlan Watson, which enabled La Trobe to jump into the top 6. 20

The team they have replaced in the top 6 also faced a brutal slugfest out in Beaconsfield, the match ended in the second one point result at the ground this season. St Francis Xavier continue to impress this season and their tenacious win over Aquinas had all the qualities of a top 4 side. Unfortunately for the Bloods, it appears that too much has been left to the likes of ‘Fossil’ Toomey and Philip Jurkovsky this season as they couldn’t find enough to defeat SFX. Dwayne Scott and Troy Farrell kicked 3 each for the victors as their engine room again provided enough grunt to hold off the fast finishing Aquinas. In the third epic instalment of Round 12 thrillers, it was 4th placed Elsternwick who weathered the Swinburne (and literal) storm to win by 2 points. In a shootout, Aaron Thornton booted 4 with his partner in crime Justin Hunter, out injured. The biggest man I have seen wear a helmet, Wade Williams, was tireless for Elsternwick. Despite an impressive 4 goals from Jackson Manning and 3 from the big (Richard) Lugg, Elsternwick was able to continue their winning ways. In the MOTR, Richmond played UHS-VU at Victoria Park in a terrific arm wrestle that was won due to a brilliant 2nd quarter by UHS-VU. Richmond Central has now lost 4 of the last 5 and face a reasonably tough run home. However, they are can look forward to bolstering the side with a few key names in the lead up to the finals. I doubt that UHS-VU or Kew would be actively seeking to play the Snakes in week one of the finals. Luke Carland kicked 4 for Richmond, matching Temming who kicked yet another bag for UHS-VU. It was Michael Fitzclarence and Ben Atherton who made the difference in the midfield and kept UHS-VU in 2nd place. The final two games of the round were a far cry from the other fixtures. The Kew Bears reopened their club rooms to a crowd of over 200 who had gathered for past players day. Such was the home side’s dominance, Power House could only manage 3 behinds in the first half. Kew’s Andrew DIVISION 3 — TIPS IN BOLD (YEARS TOTAL 49 / 68%) UHS-VU v Aquinas Elsternwick v South Mornington La Trobe Uni v St Francis Xavier Power House v Old Westbourne Swinburne Uni v Richmond Central Kew v Albert Park

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Brazzale shrugged off a tough tag to kick 5 whilst Michael Matheson played one of his finer games for the club. Power House had few winners on the day however Sam Buultjens showed his capability in his 2nd game for the season. A large contingent remained planted in the bar post game as Kew stays a game clear on top.

performance. The less said about Old Westbourne the better as they march toward cricket season.

The news only got worse for Old Westbourne who barely remains a mathematical possibility of remaining in Division 3 next season. They were absolutely crushed by Albert Park, who to be fair, have been fairly impressive over the past few weeks. It must have been sad to watch for past veterans of the club as the young brigade only managed to post a solitary goal all day. Only inaccuracy prevented Albert Park from winning by 150+ as they had 37 more shots on goal. Sam Jess was best afield and Nicholas Mclennan kicked his first, second and third goal for 2013 in a crisp

Willie Bee’s Clive Waterhouse Match of the Round In a relatively uneventful group of fixtures, the contest that catches my eye the most is the game between La Trobe and St Francis Xavier. La Trobe is perched precariously in the top 6 and a win against SFX would shore their place up in the light of Aquinas facing 2nd placed UHS-VU. I was unimpressed with La Trobe’s lack of imagination against Power House but they should push SFX. Still, SFX to win by 14 points.

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Kew 6.6, 10.6, 13.9, 16.12 (108) Power House 0.2, 0.3, 1.7, 2.8 (20) GOALS, Kew: A. Brazzale 5, M. Matheson 2, T. Allman 2, J. Dammenhayn 2, P. Brough 1, B. Droessler 1, J. O’Bryan 1, D. Spencer 1, H. Taylor 1 Power House: G. Tubridy 1, R. Webb 1 BEST, Kew: A. Brazzale, J. O’Bryan, J. Dammenhayn, G. Filsell, H. Taylor, P. Brough Power House: S. Buultjens, T. Hinck, H. Tomlinson, S. Watson, S. Shanks, D. Burnside Albert Park 8.7, 9.17, 15.24, 17.27 (129) Old Westbourne 0.0, 0.4, 0.5, 1.6 (12) GOALS, Albert Park: N. McLennan 3, S. Bermingham 3, T. Smoker 3, B. Murnane 2, B. Robinson 2, C. Wright 1, L. Kerry 1, J. Forte 1, S. Jess 1 Old Westbourne: H. Daniels 1 BEST, Albert Park: S. Jess, N. McLennan, C. Blizzard, J. Forte, C. Wright, J. Brick Old Westbourne: W. Wright, B. Saunders, J. Lawn, A. McAlindon, A. Crossman, T. Rogers UHS-VU 2.2, 8.3, 11.5, 14.7 (91) Richmond Central 2.3, 5.4, 8.6, 10.7 (67) GOALS, UHS-VU: M. Temming 4, T. O’Halloran 3, M. Fitzclarence 3, N. Devereux 1, R. Matthews 1, E. Pearson 1, C. Jackson 1 Richmond Central: L. Carland 4, S. Demeo 2, B. Jones 1, T. Nunn 1, D. Cannon 1, G. Andrew 1 BEST, UHS-VU: M. Fitzclarence, R. Matthews, J. Sidebottom, B. Atherton, C. Jackson, K. Benstead Richmond Central: L. Carland, S. Demeo, B. Zelencich, D. Hales, R. Costanzo, T. Nunn St Francis Xavier 3.5, 4.12, 7.14, 9.17 (71) Aquinas 0.1, 3.6, 7.8, 10.10 (70) GOALS, St Francis Xavier: T. Farrell 3, D. Scott 3, A. Klaric 1, J. Lenders 1, J. Leworthy 1 Aquinas: S. Williams 3, A. La Marca 3, Z. Parr 2, P. Jurkovsky 1, A. Guthrie 1 BEST, St Francis Xavier: S. Rossborough, C. Van Dam, J. Lenders, C. Smith, S. Williams, D. Scott Aquinas: L. Toomey, J. Fahey, P. Jurkovsky, J. Morrison-Story, A. La Marca, Z. Parr La Trobe University 1.1, 6.6, 7.14, 10.15 (75) South Mornington 1.3, 5.5, 9.7, 10.11 (71) GOALS, La Trobe University: B. Hunt 2, J. O’Brien 2, B. McMinn 2, T. Parker 1, L. Toohey 1, D. McMaster 1, J. McMeel 1 South Mornington: B. Price 2, M. Foon 2, B. Heib 2, K. Gascoigne 2, K. Debernardi 1, T. Mitchell 1 BEST, La Trobe University: E. Kelly, L. Watson, M. Steele, D. Ryan, A. Curwood, B. McMinn South Mornington: K. Woodruff, M. Foon, B. Price, K. O’Loughlin, B. Edwards, B. Heib Elsternwick 2.6, 8.11, 13.14, 16.19 (115) Swinburne University 3.5, 5.7, 14.8, 17.11 (113) GOALS, Elsternwick: A. Thornton 4, G. Cameron 2, D. Faella 2, R. White 2, J. Convery 2, C. Watts 1, W. Hamilton 1, S. Grace 1, A. Oldfield 1 Swinburne University: J. Manning 4, R. Lugg 3, L. Dalton 2, R. Keeley 2, P. Wild 2, J. Curran 1, J. Bradley 1, M. Lingham 1, J. Lynn 1 BEST, Elsternwick: R. White, J. Convery, W. Williams, G. Cameron, R. Glassenbury, D. Healy Swinburne University: J. Manning, D. Manning, W. Wood, P. Wild, R. Lugg, J. Bradley

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Kew 5.6, 8.14, 15.20, 22.24 (156) Power House 2.0, 2.2, 3.3, 3.3 (21) GOALS, Kew: C. Watts 5, J. Balme 4, C. Backman 3, J. O’Keefe 3, A. Davey 1, O. Twine 1, T. Bagnall 1, T. Newton 1, A. Carman 1, Z. Brabin 1, N. Tinetti 1 Power House: N. Moresi 1, D. Buckley 1, T. O’Sullivan 1 BEST, Kew: G. Younger, A. Davey, O. Twine, J. Balme, C. Backman, C. Watts Power House: D. Buckley, G. Cleary, E. Edwards, G. Murphy, C. Barratt, B. Kyne Albert Park 5.6, 9.10, 17.13, 19.15 (129) Old Westbourne 1.1, 4.4, 5.4, 8.7 (55) GOALS, Albert Park: J. Seven 7, B. Gellie 4, S. Levy 3, T. Wright 2, A. Waycott 1, G. O’Hanlon 1, S. Lundgren 1 Old Westbourne: O. Hickey 3, J. Sahayam 1, L. Fleming 1, B. Knee 1, S. Basile 1, T. Upton 1 BEST, Albert Park: J. Seven, S. Kastelan, B. McNamara, B. Gellie, P. Marks, G. O’Hanlon Old Westbourne: J. Nikola, L. Fleming, P. Magann, J. Sahayam, B. Knee, Y. Le Richmond Central 3.3, 5.9, 5.12, 9.15 (69) UHS-VU 2.1, 4.1, 8.3, 9.6 (60) GOALS, Richmond Central: UHS-VU: M. Sweeney 5, C. Certo 2, D. Cain 1, L. Temming 1 BEST, Richmond Central: UHS-VU: J. Moden, B. Anderson, D. Cain, C. Certo, T. Stephens, M. Sweeney St Francis Xavier 2.2, 4.7, 7.8, 10.12 (72) Aquinas 1.4, 4.6, 7.8, 7.12 (54) GOALS, St Francis Xavier: B. Matlock 3, J. Williams 2, M. Grove 1, G. Bramich 1, R. Compt 1, N. Goodman 1, S. Williams 1 Aquinas: J. Perrett 3, K. Rosewarne 2, J. Megens 1, A. Ball 1 BEST, St Francis Xavier: B. Smith, N. Bruneau, J. Williams, D. Johnstone, C. Luketic, W. Delaland Aquinas: P. Owen, N. Spencer, J. Valentine, K. Rosewarne, T. Jellie, J. McCann La Trobe University 2.2, 5.4, 11.8, 14.13 (97) South Mornington 2.4, 5.7, 8.7, 10.10 (70) GOALS, La Trobe University: T. Mawdsley 8, B. Phillpot - Evans 2, M. Harney 2, D. Francis 1, A. Zaicos 1 South Mornington: T. Sawers 4, N. Coy 3, N. Coy 1, T. Bateman 1, L. Hockey 1 BEST, La Trobe University: B. Thompson, M. Harney, T. Mawdsley, T. Flood, A. Robertson, S. Marchitto South Mornington: I. Davies, N. Williams, K. Hunt, B. Williams, L. Hockey Swinburne University 4.4, 9.4, 13.6, 19.11 (125) Elsternwick 1.1, 3.3, 4.7, 7.8 (50) GOALS, Swinburne University: G. Peter 3, K. Finn 3, L. McManus 2, S. Waluk 1, P. Hough 1, J. Carroll 1, J. Nardino 1, O. Waluk 1, P. Maye 1, T. Bugler 1, R. Moloney 1, S. McGrath 1, E. Jones 1, S. Malone 1 Elsternwick: L. Laird 2, J. Biviano 2, S. Ingram 1, A. Lewis 1, M. Cooper 1 BEST, Swinburne University: G. Peter, E. Jones, J. Carroll, R. Hurst, S. Waluk, O. Waluk Elsternwick: J. Biviano, W. Meaden, M. Cooper, J. Rootes, A. Lewis, C. Rogers

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RECOVERED AND READY TO RUMBLE Footy returned to Division Four after the representative week bye, with some nail-biting encounters giving a glimpse of what we can expect come finals time. Box Hill North piled on the pressure for Mt Lilydale, with a closely fought 19 point victory, keeping the Demons finals hopes alive. Chadstone were again unable to play four consistent quarters, going down by plenty to a resurgent Dragons outfit, while on the other side of town, the Blues went down by 11 points to the Bulldogs. West Brunswick continued their strong form with a 76 point thrashing of the Cobras, who were no match for the soaring Pies. The match of the round was played out at Hawthorn, with the home side getting up by two points over a brave North Brunswick outfit. Eley Park had their muchneeded bye. A spirited comeback from North Brunswick almost got them over the line against the highly fancied Hawks, only falling at the death by two points. The Hawks were looking ominous early on, kicking five goals to one in the first quarter, surging away to a five goal lead. However the Bulls responded well, chipping away at the lead and earning themselves a remarkable one-point lead at three-quarter time. The lead chopped and changed in an exciting last quarter, with the Hawks sticking their noses in front with two minutes to go, breaking North Brunswick hearts. For the Hawks, key forward Nicholas Brown kicked four goals, while Russell white kicked three and was also one of the best players on the ground. North Brunswick on the other hand sit seventh on the ladder after round 12 and with their finals hopes on a knifes edge, a big couple of weeks is needed. A seven-goal haul and best afield performance from Chris Langely earned the Demons a crucial win over a dogged Mt Lilydale. Down for most of the game and trailing by 32 points at three quarter time, Mt Lilydale threatened at times in the last quarter to steal the game from the home side, but the Demons steadied and eased to a 19 point victory. Langely was clearly the best player on the ground, and in tandem with sharp shooter Daniel Penny (four goals), the Demons forward line was unstoppable. 22

For the away side, chances of a finals date now appear slim, Jim Baughan played well up forward with five goals and was his side’s best player. The Dragons continued their return to form with a 59 point victory over a Chadstone outfit lacking consistency at the moment. The match was closer than the scoreline suggests, with Chadstone taking it up to the Dragons for long periods of the game. A six goal surge by the Dragons in the last quarter blowing out the scoreline. Mohammad Babar was the suprise packet for the Dragons, helping himself to eight goals, while Sareth Suon was the best player on the ground, also kicking two goals. For Chadstone, who continued to take steps forward in the right direction, Ben Adams, Dustyn Nixon, Brad Herbert and Ben Biggs were all singled out as key players. The Dragons now sit comfortably in fifth position, while Chaddy remain chained to the bottom of the ladder, still without a win. West Brunswick continued their dominant form with a big win over an undermanned Manningham at home. The scoreline was not reflective of the game, with Manningham competitive at times, but let down by key personnel missing or going down to injury. However, the Pies will be pleased with a solid four quarter performance and also the performance of their forwards, who were led well by Holmes and Fuso. ‘Red’ Lloyd - after six week layoff - was a welcome return down back, while the skipper Louis Martin led his side in the centre. For Mannigham, who are unlikely to play finals, Drue Mortlock and Sean Leonard both tried hard to weather the storm of West Brunswick, but it wasn’t enough as the Pies fought their way to a big win. A great game between the Northern Blues and Point Cook ended in an 11-point victory to the Bulldogs, who now move into the top four. The DIVISION 4 — TIPS IN BOLD (YEARS TOTAL 45 / 75%) Manningham Cobras v Hawthorn Mt Lilydale v West Brunswick Point Cook v Box Hill North Northern Blues v Dragons Eley Park v Chadstone

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match was fought tooth and nail all day in wet conditions, with the bigger bodies of Point Cook allowing them to seize the advantage in the wet. The Dogs gained momentum after the Blues skipper was sent off late, resulting in the hard fought win thanks to key performances from their senior players. Ricky Munn was again a class act with three goals, while Errol Henderson and youngster Mason Kip were also very good. For the Blues - hopes of a top six berth are still alive - Nick Spagnolo was a rock in defence while Lachlan Holmes was very good in the air, both are key players for their side.

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Box Hill North 4.5, 10.8, 14.12, 18.15 (123) Mt Lilydale 2.1, 6.4, 10.4, 16.8 (104) GOALS, Box Hill North: C. Langley 7, D. Penny 4, A. Ramani 2, S. Newnham 1, E. Charles 1, T. Manning 1, A. Walker 1, B. Pearce 1 Mt Lilydale: J. Baughan 5, M. Fernando 3, M. Hampton 2, A. Thorne 2, L. Thomas 1, G. Finkemeyer 1, A. Violi 1, D. Rohrmann 1 BEST, Box Hill North: C. Langley, D. Liistro, A. Ramani, T. Manning, C. Liston, R. Adams Mt Lilydale: J. Baughan, L. Evans, D. Rohrmann, D. Cerra, B. Boomsma, R. Singer

Box Hill North 1.2, 9.3, 13.6, 18.9 (117) Mt Lilydale 4.3, 6.8, 10.9, 15.9 (99) GOALS, Box Hill North: G. Williams 10, A. Rodrigues 2, N. Crossan 2, M. Bell 2, G. Cavallo 1, B. Crawford 1 Mt Lilydale: S. Roberts 7, N. Bast 1, M. Lennon 1, K. Bast 1, D. Anderson 1, M. Pulkka 1, A. King 1, D. Hughes 1, T. van Strijp 1 BEST, Box Hill North: G. Williams, A. Rodrigues, A. Obialor, N. Benbow, N. Crossan, M. Bell Mt Lilydale: S. Roberts, J. Thompson, T. van Strijp, M. Lennon, M. Pulkka, L. Young

Dragons 3.3, 8.7, 11.12, 17.15 (117) Chadstone 3.3, 5.4, 6.4, 8.10 (58) GOALS, Dragons: M. Babar 8, S. Vucko 3, P. Rueda 2, S. Suon 2, J. Mcalpine 1, J. Ngo 1 Chadstone: BEST, Dragons: S. Suon, J. Sempio, v. Rexha, L. Nguyen, L. Musa, A. Leaw Chadstone: HAWTHORN v. NORTH BRUNSWICK

Dragons 6.5, 13.9, 17.13, 22.21 (153) Chadstone 1.0, 2.0, 3.1, 4.4 (28) GOALS, Dragons: J. Hatte 4, T. Ho 4, S. Hatzivagianis 2, A. Ngo 2, P. San 2, J. Tang 1, J. Tan 1, J. Gorgovski 1, W. Chiv 1, G. Cochrane 1, J. Ioane 1, J. Tran 1, P. Vo 1 Chadstone: BEST, Dragons: A. Ngo, P. San, P. Miller, B. Layug, G. Cochrane, J. Hatte Chadstone: HAWTHORN v. NORTH BRUNSWICK

Hawthorn 5.6, 7.7, 9.13, 11.18 (84) North Brunswick 1.3, 5.7, 10.8, 12.10 (82) GOALS, Hawthorn: N. Brown 4, R. White 3, L. Piccolo 1, D. Pritchard 1, A. Beaton 1, D. Tremewen 1 North Brunswick: P. Notaro 3, O. Baring 3, B. Gallagher 3, D. Lucevic 2, S. Hearn 1 BEST, Hawthorn: D. Pritchard, J. Campbell, R. White, K. Davies, A. Beaton, D. Tremewen North Brunswick: A. Cooper, J. Ford, S. Mair, P. Notaro, B. Gallagher, D. Lucevic Point Cook 4.3, 10.7, 11.8, 16.10 (106) Northern Blues 4.5, 6.6, 10.8, 14.11 (95) GOALS, Point Cook: R. Munn 3, M. Herbertson 2, A. Auciello 2, M. Pozzuto 2, P. Hegarty 2, D. Burton 2, G. Russell 1, J. O’Brien 1, E. Henderson 1 Northern Blues: L. Carter 4, E. Scott 3, D. Marcon 2, M. Cigagna 1, T. Beames 1, K. Neil 1, D. Calcedo 1, P. Steinicke 1 BEST, Point Cook: E. Henderson, R. Munn, H. Barker, A. Auciello, D. Ritchie, M. Kip Northern Blues: G. Sutton, D. Wakim, L. Holmes, M. Cigagna, L. Carter, T. Beames West Brunswick 6.2, 9.5, 15.6, 17.10 (112) Manningham Cobras 0.1, 2.3, 5.5, 5.6 (36) GOALS, West Brunswick: M. Holmes 5, W. Baker 2, S. Hulm 2, R. Fusinato 2, J. Beer 2, J. Melican 1, L. Martin 1, C. Germon 1, C. Wills 1 Manningham Cobras: S. McPherson 2, N. Pentland 1, C. Jolly 1, D. Miller 1 BEST, West Brunswick: R. Fusinato, B. Lichtenstein, C. Wills, A. Forbes, E. Lloyd, H. Paez Manningham Cobras: D. Mortlock, S. Leonard, D. Miller, S. McPherson, N. Pentland, J. Trinchi

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Jake Williams Chris Santalucia Andrew Pasceri Matt Jenkinson Marcus Carroll Ben Kennedy Michael Darvell (VC) Andy Biddlecombe Damien Lynch Andy Ryan Luke Howard Brendan Goss Cauley Beetham Josh Douglas Matt Skidmore Brad Rogerson Chris Larkins John Shaw Tim Dynon Marcus Allan Chris Waller Louis Denton Lachlan Smith Sam Tagliabue Pat Ambrose Nick Wynne Damien Ryan Matthew Romanin Matt Handley Murphy Ambrose Matt Ball (C) Oliver Gidley James Ulbrick Ryan Colbert Ed Lachal David Sapuppo Daniel Harangozo Matt Douglas Michael Hannan Sam Lees Esmond Prowse Louis Tiernan

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Nick Pepperell Matt Walsh Lachlan Keith Dan Iacuone Tom Williams Sam Franklin Jonathan Pintal Fraser Paterson Charlie Denton Tristan Parker Jon Mercuri Dan Barry Nick Biddlecombe Dan Curtain Josh Anderson Jack Curtis Robbie Ralph Hugh Symon Julian Darrer Luke Pirrie Ashley Sorrenti Nathan Drummond Jeremy Preece

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ST BEDES/MENTONE TIGERS

Coach: Steven Cochrane Assistants: Paul Breen, Craig Swift, Brad Taws, Stuart Kofeod, Scott Harvey, Paul Hogan Reserves: Paul Breen

Coach: Mick Dwyer Assistants: Jamie Shanahan, Greg Siwes, Steve Lawrence Reserves: Sam Hecker

Steven Freemantle Tim Smith Ben Smithwick Julian Rowe Luke Maslin James Rimington Ryan Carafa Michael Rainey Matt Parker Mathew Laidlaw Scott Virtue Glen Parker James Courtot Alistair Stewart-Holmes Jarrod Reid Joel Rice Simon Harris Nicholas Colbert James Murrie Lachlan McqueenMiscamble Pierre Seale Tom Harley Cameron Howat Alexander Thompson James Evans James Wagner Allister Parton Sam Arthur Jack Joslin Cameron Jones Brett De Leijer Bas Simpson Luke Marriott Luke Crozier Nicholas Thompson Robert Josephs Andrew Harley David Stewart Jacob Murphy Luke Mckinnon Chris Allen Morgan Evans Harry Moore Scott Gordon

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Alistar Reed Sam Rimington Tim Rule Brenton Mckenry Simon Bramwell Liam Cooney Nic Newhouse David Pocock Blake Fordham Simon Davidson Sam Pentney Lochlan Hall Henry McqueenMiscamble Jordan Ceppi Lewis Fotheringham James Shaw James Chesterfield Ben Field Will Cushen William Guiney James Coull Nick Morris Geoff Trumble Marcus Ramsay Matthew Roach Patrick Cremean Tim Wilkins Sam Landgren Zac Lisle Campbell Wallace Callum O’brien David Porter Simon Lenders Andrew Bird Rhett Mitchelhill

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Paul Wintle Luke Wintle Michael Curcio Pat Kean Dan Garside Tom Garside Steve Doherty Tim Doherty Chris Richards Michael Wintle Simon Richards (C) Tom Tyquin Pat Tyquin Hayden Jeans Hiwab Shakaib Shaun Glennen Jon Kane Alex Kane James Murnane Lachlan Doyle Sam D’Andrea Addison Martin Dale Martin Jack Hellier Dean Porter Mitchell Coen Cameron Hansen Daniel Foot-Connolly Darcy Holden Chris Mangoni Dale Foley Trent Bond Blake McGrath David Teasdale Ned Fallon George Rowlands Jaryd Robertson Michael Seeber Brett Denton Nick Seeber Mark Geschke Callum Byrnes

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James McDevitt Alex Cross Tom Foster Josh Heron Cameron Antonuccio Luke Barnhoorn Nick Munday Steven Kidd Sam Nicholls Nick Seeber Nick Munday Ben Hodges Daniel Gilmour John Patounas Tim Jeans Liam Murphy Luke Porter (RC) James Morrison Peter McGettigan Damien Waters Luke Terrell Lawrence Webb Lewis Stutterd Mark Pitt Anton Vandenblink

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OLD SCOTCH

Coach: Nick Mitchell Assistants: Simon Atkins, Peter Wood, Chris Davis Reserves: Damien Sullivan, Mick Stapleton

Coach: Dean Anderson/Stuart Powell Assistants: Steve Crisp/Josh Kitchen/ Christian Neeson/Kemble Edelsten/Ian Leith Reserves: Christian Neeson Assistant: Anthony Furey Thirds: Terry Kendell/John Daggian

1 Hamish Watts 2 Ryan Schroder 3 Michael Sullivan 4 Tom Sullivan 5 Adam Bentick (C) 6 Jacob Bevanda 7 Michael Angel 8 Nathan Kazuro 8R Justin Evans 9 Jack Solomon 10 Brenton Garth 11 Ryan Houlihan 12 Christopher Peart 13 Steven Mitchell 14 Nicholas Cooke 15 Luke Madden 16 Kyle Dalmau 17 Tim Harvey 18 Alexander Singleton 19 Andrew Merrington 20 Shaun Clarke 21 Thomas Overman 22 Simon Caven 23 Jacob Forder 24 Brendon George 25 Andrew van Meel 26 Thomas Gleeson 27 Liam Wilkinson 28 Jack Gay 28R Paul Holland 29 Andrew Grosso 30 James Weir 31 Christopher Hoban 32 Thomas Caven (C) 33 David Wall 34 Steven Cannatelli 35 Tate Pearson 36 Bradley Cooper 37 Patrick MacDonough 38 Isaac Madden 39 Jack Saundry 40 Joshua Madden 41 Sam Firth 42 Shaun Bergin 43 Andrew Graham

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Daniel Lamana Jake van Meel James Molony Caleb Forder James Bennie Luke Sullivan Josh Hawkins Daniel Riley Jesse Manunzio Ben Peart Jack Wheeler Adrian Corsetti Samuel Jones Matthew McCann Matthew Borzillo Jonathon Rose Paul Rahill Owen McIntyre Charlie Connelly William Sullivan Keiren Farrell Jarrod Gill Chris Godfrey Paul Scarpino Matt Chippendale Nicholas Hughes Lachy Allison William Kingston Thomas Isaacs Brendan Ryan Aaron Neal Liam Neal Lachy Neal Luke Baird Mathew Feehan Xavier Cox Michael Kavanagh Damien Ryan James Devery Peter Muggavin Jarrod Couch Jesse Creasey James Flannery Andrew Gurrisi Michael Gurrisi

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Sam Thompson (VC) Ash Lim Matthew Peric Nick Jamieson James Sansom Hamish Dick (DVC) George Dick Lachie Hill Scott Sherwen (VC) Mark Passador (VC) Nick Allen James Bowden (DVC) Richard Wilkinson Adam Houlihan Andrew Jelbart Shane Neaves Gene van den Broek Caillin O’Shannessy Tom Harkness Tim Green Ned Walmsley Hugo Perry Max van den Broek Jack Davis Max Davis Will Strange Robbie Ferraro Angus Tummel Chris Watts Mitch Bradley James Long Richard Eva (C) Henry Dick Sam Barnett Nick Clay Sean Leith (RC) Andrew Murray Angus Harlock Tom McKinley Byron Smith Jack Furey Jack Hurley Nich Lawrence Matthew Seed Fraser Macfarlane Ed Lower Alex O’Shannessy John Daggian (TC)

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Will Lewis Conor O’Beirne Ed Furey Nich Cox Tim Mead Rupert Wills Andrew Hummerston Andrew Mitchell Scott Wilcox Tom Holding Michael Chitham Alex Reilly Tristan Bowman Fergus McKenzie Simon Dick Sam Stott Ian Grant Alex van Ryn Chris Clay Leo Tang Andy White Richard Porter Rob Hays Lachie McDonough Pat Oughtred Matt Burns Alisdair Reeves Hamish Taylor Seb Woodard Tim Melville Will Ponsford Alex King Will Mackintosh Lindsay Gilbee Tom Hays James Halbert Callum McDonough Matthew Parisi Sam Muttdon Ben Summerfield Peter Hodges Blood Jumper (L) Maurice Clayton Blood Jumper (L) Blood Jumper (L) Xavier Gonzalez Max Morey Ed Barlow

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COLLEGIANS

Coach: Chris Reid Assistants: Wayne Oswald, Dan Winkel Reserves: Andrew Briggs

Coach: Mark Hibbins Coach: Simon Arnott Reserves: Richard Hosking, Troy Harbinson Thirds: Robert Muir

Scott McGlone Jack Townley Jonno Nash Ross Wettenhall Marshall Rippon Andrew Wettenhall Tom Maddocks Jared Edwards Jeremy Mugavin Jake Toplis Ross Young Jack Wood Henry Weddell Hugo Steinfort Andrew Lowcock Peter Summers Hugh Vickers-Willis Adam Densten Matthew Torney (Capt) Tom Girdwood Tom Fairbairn James Stevenson Ben McConnell Paddy Mithen Nick Smith Tom Walsh Rich Langham Matthew Porra Dan Zambon Jason Cowland George Curnow Lachie Garrick Jack Watts Max Leishman Ben Millard Sean Carr Tom Calvert Will Cunningham Angus Nice Jack Maxwell Charlie Craig Albert Weddall Fergus Watts Aaron Harris James Van de Pol Will Van de Pol Riley McMahon Dom Nixon Christian Borovac Will Hartnell Jamus Campbell David Withers Tom Foott

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Ryan Eade Daniel Carmody Dirk Heinz Henry Hanlon Tom Ruggles Marc James James McArthur Bennett Merriman John Wood Damien Barton Nathan Pope Chris Pyke Angus Smith Sam Dalton Patrick Ruggles Ed McMullin Josh Caldow Nathan Pope Rory Kennedy Danny Aukema Seamus Curran Llewyn Butler Tom Rankin Jack Heinz Ed Long Ben Watson Andy Christenson Daniel Van de Pol Brant Laidlaw Andrew Walsh Billy Girdwood James Coumans Dan Gumley Jack Kershaw Liam Scale Nick Macrae Peter Marshall David Marshall Sandon James Ben Jongebloed Louis Wardle Patrick Ferguson Jack Wood Ed Ratcliff Bernie Chomley Tom Kerr Jackson Hood Paddy Hayes Frank Mooney Jeremy McDonald Will Robinson Will McLachlan Jack Eastman

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Daniel Sands Nick Polce Charlie Holst Nick Ries (C) Andrew Scott Jack Bull (VC) Shura Taft Daniel Strachan Michael Dyer James Jorgensen Nicholas Sautner Luke Casey Simon Hall Huw Apted Barclay Dixon Jay Austerberry Matthew Barton Courtney Hylton Trent Zimbachs (VC) Stuart Inglis Sam Troon Dylan Chaplin Burch Ollie Howard Marty Williams Wil Tardif Toby Goodman James Kondarovskis Jesse Band Conrick Ash Lynch Tom Penberthy Alexander Croft Josh Kamener Lindsay Apted Nick Roach Sam Hibbins Lachlan Ferguson Harry Croft Anthony Carydias Nick Corp Andrew Howison Justin Clark Chris Jesaueluk

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Bradley Harbinson Dominic Russo Jack Parsons Ed Malone (RC) Alister Fahie Andrew Stone Tim Phillips Adam Myhal Sam Doupe-Watt Drew Maddock Clayton Scott James Slatyer James Patterson Billy Riddle Cameron Bonnar Nicholas Brown Calvin Lyon Charlie Simmons Nick Bobeff Sam Cutts Anthony James Ed Cordner Kim Findlay Bernie Morris Ned Withers Huw Forbes Hugh McKenzie

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OLD BRIGHTON

Coach: Tim O’Shaughnessy Assistants: Ralph O’Shaughnessy, David Matthews Reserves: Andrew Strain

Coach: Simon Williams Assistant: Brett Rose Reserves: Ross Stewart

1 Keegan Stewart 1R Brett Scott 2 Ben Price 3 Max Slonim 4 Aiden Clarke 5 Jordan Stewart 6 Chris Hammond 7 Tim Nixon 8 Asher Burstin 9 Will Edwards 10 Tim Yelland 11 Nick Edwards 12 Nick Fallu 13 Sam Wood 14 Alex Ford 15 Scott Dickson 16 Gavin Winter 17 Declan Reilly 18 Chris Axais 19 Luke Price 20 Lachlan Huntington 20R Aaron Gard 21 James Shanahan 22 Zac Parsons 23 Nick Tonkin 23R Chris Fagan 24 Chris Game 25 Jake O’Sullivan 26 Matthew McTernan 27 Louis O’Keefe 28 TJ Rothel 29 Dominic O’Keefe 30 Josh Rogers 31 Will Osborn 32 Daniel Pelchen 33 Tom O’Shaughnessy 34 Lachlan Simpson 35 Andrew Spittal 36 Cody Kirby 37 Kyle Toohey 38 Tom Green 39 Adrian Bednarek

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Will Kingwill Mark Liddell Anthony Garrubba Woody Eke Conor MenglerFrancis David Allanson Will Peart Nick Karoly Ryan Lewis Luke Matias Dylan Tobias Jack McLean Robert Handel Ben McLoughlin Sam O’Sullivan Matthew O’Connor James Cleeve James Gray Sreve Jennings Matthew Wood Jono Taylor Will Conly Peter Mayes Jake Tobias Matthew Linklater John O’Riordan William Berry Nathan Guyett Hugo Gates Mitchell Nelson Damien Hay David Thom Will Rathgeber James Aloni

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James North Jack Cannon Tom Jakobi Josh Homann Andrew Edge (CC) Jimmy Davis Michael Dewar Jordan Portelli Andrew Dewar Jon Edge Dylan Verney Jarrod Sargent Oliver Cavallaro Thomas Clarke Ben Gadsden Kieran Rawlinson Ben Jarick Charlie Kennett Tom Mentiplay Jack Beaton Tim Fogarty Niall Collins Michael Karayannis Jon Perrett (CC) Riley Cummin Ben Austen Lachie Nicholls Josh Dickerson Tom Skewes Jack Davis David Jennings Nick Marston Tom Mariani Jordan Pascoe Marshall Pascoe Harry Cannon Callum Nicholls Tom Gunning Zac Alcott Marcel Bruin Leigh Hendra David Fallon

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Daniel Anthony Lachie Anthony Tim Cooney Sam Roney Sebastian Zaia Will Priestley Andrew Ogilvie Robert Naughton Nick Paterson Chris Hardgrave Ed Wittich Will Bardoel Alex Dick Nick Materia Brendan Blatt Ben Trivett

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OLD HAILEYBURIANS

FITZROY

Coach: Darren Seccull Assistants: Stewart Loewe, Matt O’Sullivan Reserves: Craig Brockley Thirds: Adam Floyd

Coach: Michael Pickering Assistants: Mark Murray, Vince Silluzio, Brett Pollard, Steve Hurl Reserves: Paul Diacogiorgis

Mitch Rafferty Travis Ridgway (VC) Hamish McLauchlan (C) Alex Woltering Sam Langford-Jones Luke Pinot Coombes Jack-Thomas John Nicolopoulos Sam Casey Toby Gill Tom Tyrell Nic Gooda Rory James Peter Gleadhill (C) Matthew Mitchell James Bell Andrew Mathers Mark Collins Daniel Newby Tim Lockwood Geoffrey White Jarrod Rafferty David Mackenzie Richard Mathers James Paul Jackson Heagney-Steart Nick Salvatore Laz Siapantas Michael Meehan Brendan Gillen Tim Witherow Joe Fisscher Chris Ferguson Quentin Boan Lachlan Nash Scott Ellis Jack Steen Brent Rafferty David McCormack Luke Skelton Nicholas Leonidas Patrick Hutchinson Benjamin White Hector Simpson Adam Weekes (VC)

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William McTaggert Ed Limon Johnathan Spanos Shane Walden Jaron Fisher Josh Alkemede Chris Smith Adam Schofield Brendon Mitchell Matthew Kelly Tim Hunter Mad Nord-White Michael Stowe Rilyn Mosbey Damian Gauci Craig Dowling Jarrod McLauchlan Luke Floyd Adam Floyd Jason Leonidas Jordan Toy Tristan Coles Hamish McWilliam Bryce Kellerman Brett Carson Julian Bayard Corey Millard Mark Seccull Ben Mason Adam Vitolins Ben Langford-Jones Johnathon Roberts Jason Kurta Lachlan Wyeth Luke Pitcher Travis Wyeth Shane Capron Anthony Wright Michael Lambert Brook Salmon Drew Gilby James Chiefado Kent Waring Dean Fossey Evan Francis

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Rory Angiolella (C) Matt Kyroussis Ross Borland Toby Hudson Bevege Michael Cussen Chris Polidoras Jack Beech James Meakin Maxim Allen Tom Cheshire Daniel Bisetto Luke Ablett Jesse Dimond Ben Roberts Richard Willingham Tom Biscaro Alex Ricco Josh Vansittart Antony Harbor Dimitri Kynigopoulos Michael Lee Mitch McWhinney Sam Baker (C) Jack Parkinson Michael Racovalis Jack Dalton Max Oliver James McGee Marty Cook Jamie Mackay Jack Simcoe Dom Pound-Palmieri Tom Parkinson Will Johnson Cailean Moore Dylan Patcas Will Fenton James Cowan-Clark Drew Olarenshaw Lachlan Allen Matt Brown Greg Hesse

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Raphael Lloyd Jake Fraser Nick Marshall Cameron Ball Julian Turner Cheyne Evans Dan Morgan George Warton Max Ellis Phillip Carydis Joe Atkinson Alister Green Joshua Murray Gary McCarthy Austin Ley Brad Farley Sam Buckely James O’Reilly Will Pickering

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OLD MELBURNIANS

OLD TRINITY

Coach: Nathan Brown Assistants: Daniel Hughes, Peter Nunn Reserves: Chris Jenkins Thirds: Jack Guest

Coach: Adam Andrews Assistant: Gerard Sholly, Lucien Dean-Johns Reserves: Peter Lawrence

Harry Macciolli James Beaumont Tom Paule (C) Tom Healey Cam Beck Chris Righetti Ed Hughes Al Armstrong Pete Kennon Andrew Prowse Tom Bachet Chris Hood John Cooper Harry Jupp Timmy Oman Nick Voyage Tom Seccull Sam Gibbons Cam May Ben McKie Charlie Cumbrae-Stewart Chris Wischer Nick De Steiger Tom Hywood Nick Amato Tim McLardy Charlie Wilmoth Jeremy Beaumont Lachie Bennett Alex Carter Ed Fanning Luke Batten Nick Daish Zach O’Neil Paul Kruger Adam Marangon Lachie Carter Matt Marangon Nick Madders Ned Morrison Al Ferguson Alex Crosby Zach Johnstone Charlie Kiel Ted De Fegely Marty McCoy Tim Bratton Ben Smith Lewis Haralambous

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Adam Armstrong James Bate Eamon McErvale Matt Demicoli Will Lewis Seb Kemmerer Will Fuller Stephen Land Morgan Cottee Cameron Tunbridge Damon Velakoulis Alex Coleridge Andrew Haralambous Tom De Fegely Sam Quennell Toby Dickson Tim Spargo Josh Rundell Tom Watson Jim De Fegely Rupert Doyle Richie Armit Andy Cameron Will Thompson Will Marshall Tom Lackman Nick Yencken Angus Clark Steve Petsinis Justin De Steiger Nat Nixon Lachie Borthwick Ted Lloyd Edward Robinson Oscar Dixon Mac Webster Guy Brayshaw Nick Molony Sammy Peacock Jon Benjamin Josh Freezer Cal Williamson Stefan Stacey Hugo Dean Charlie Clemenger Sam Dellios Matt Carlon George Johnstone

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Dayne CoulsenHoffacker Kristian Butler Harry Tinney Ned Hunt Dan Chamberlain Heath Banfield Brendan Iezzi (C) Ben Howell Andrew Hore-Lacy Jack Osborn Kris Spassopoulos Luke Pacconi David Wildsmith Gabe Hamilton Cam McCasker Blake O’Neill Jack Hunt Ed Weatherson Nick Howell (VC) Chris Riggs Tim Howell Brett Barrett Andrew Ramsden Brett Robertson Will Oldfield Andrew Kyriacopoulos Sebastian Nicolosi Christos Manoussakis Nick Chamberlain Callum Pohl (VC) Will Bowman Max Lane Jack Gale Tom Fogarty Sean Hanrahan Michael Cooper Jake Steinhart Simon Murphy (RVC) Peter Mescher Fergus Stewart Mark Yeoman

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Alex Hasiotis Tom Healy Tom McQuillen Emerson Satur Ed Bowman Jed Burgess Troy Oakley Riley McDonald Jack Healy Tom Beasley Steve Lawrence Max Burgess Tim Cade Sam Stacker Stuart Cade Andrew Kinross Oscar Fairweather Henry Winter Reg Smith Callum Rae Matt Sutton Nick Meadows Toby Cohen Julian Harris Alex O’Neill

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AJAX

Coach: Sam Radford Assistants: Josh Radford, Brett Dunne, Ben Hampton Reserves: Kris Little Assistants: Tony White Thirds: Rhett Adams

Coach: Leigh McQuillen Assistant: Dale Carey Reserves: Dave Lasala Assistant: Gary Blusztein Thirds: Barry Simon

Matthew Boland Mitch Grant Robert Gallagher Liam Platt Anthony Lewis Matthew Hayes Michael Graham Daniel Price Brett Hampton Charlie Dillon Kris Little Michael Meyer Tim Kight Robert Swayn Josh O’Meara Claye Tobin Matthew Ryan (C) Sam L’huillier Shaun Hendricks Paul Sullivan Mark Kidner Stephen Sullivan Dean Miller Shaun Chapman Rick Hayward Lucas Thomas Daniel McCarthy Tim Boland (C) Zeke McCarthy Bryn Richards Darren Rochford Mitch Todd Jesse Balic Guy Crilley Tom Redmond Lachlan Oakley Paul Groves Sam Kelleher Chad Ryan David Robbins Reid Irvine Chris Lacey

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Robert Meade Sam Larkins Ben Hampton Andrew Thompson Mark Ferguson James Lay Dean Kelly Tom McLennan Ben Darcy Stephen Edkins Daniel Graham Rob Heaney Craig Radford Dean Lonsdale Shane Jones Jarrod Pearce

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Nadav Harel Adam Caplan Jason Tendler Sam Bruce Jason Ritterman David Fayman Marcus Jankie (C) Geoff Measey Gary Blieden Warren Steinberg Ezra Poyas Jesse Kochen Jarrod White Rubin Winograd Nick Marks Josh Ludski Richie Simon Sam Chester Josh Kalmus Noah Rischin Luke Peters Ari Lewski Josh Sacks Jake Lew Ben Kalmus Josh Givoni Dean Steinberg (RC) Brad Caplan Josh Gottlieb Josh Dorevitch Jesse Osowicki Matt Kaye Jason Samuel Corey Jankie Jarryd Ludski Matt Nissen Luke Jankie Tim Freed Joel Gocs Michael Shafar Ryan White Nick Shulman

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Raph Schlesinger Stuart Fayman Alex Wollan Josh Ivanyi David Burns Yannai Lang Ash Berman Adam Spencer-Laitt Simon Roth Ash Shenker Ari Wytwornik Alon Abraham Roi Abraham Michael Breckler Ben Michowski Jordan Tonkin Michael Shmerling David Wloszczowski David Glass Danny Markov Tim Okraglik Sam Friede Eugene Routman

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WERRIBEE DISTRICTS

ST KEVINS

Coach: Kirk Norton Assistants: Dan Pelar, Mike Turner, Allan Chadwick Reserves: Stephen Fletcher Assistants: Steve Morrish

Coach: Daniel Harford Assistants: Luke Mahoney, Danny Staffieri Reserves: Kornel Dachs Assistant: Jim Jeffers Under 19 Coach: Daniel Bell Assistant: Luke Williams Premier B 3rds: Jarred O’Keefe, Peter Murray Premier C 3rds: Jarrod McMaster

Ben Leonard Jameel Sargent Christopher Molivas Mitchell Chadwick Aaron Taylor Rhys Stooke Brent Turner Matthew Palmington Jim Ayling Travis Dean Brett Norton Matthew Keogh Timothy Eccles Matthew Turner Ben Morton Dan Delaney Nick Morrison Matthew Martin Bronson Paech Jesse Taylor Ryan Harrington Bol Kolang Adam Alifraco Conor Purton James Callea Mikael Purton Braddly Apps Wayne Pelar Sean Dean Mark Smith Lachlan Patterson Patrick Lake Michael Hill Matthew Dean Dillon Taylor Andrew Taylor Patrick Keogh Lucas Menegazzo Stephen Plumridge Rhyse Yassar Brett Armstrong Jack Chadwick

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Sam Manita Jonathon Burton William Swaby Timmothy Morrish Adam Duxson Robert Tierney Christopher McAlpine

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Matthew Murphy Daniel Campbell Ben Dowd (C) Keith Brick Patrick Dowd Steven Salopek Charlie Ring Nick Wood Julian Staffieri Karl Wissell Joe Frazer Nick McArdle Patrick Keely Gerard Gleeson Julian Charles Jason Salopek Patrick Aughton Michael Shanahan Anthony Kirwan Thomas Steains Francis Keely Phil Edgar Tom Simpson Zac Ginies Jason Reynolds Troy McMaster Edward Ring Chris Gleeson Tom Cunningham Anthony Lynch (C) Tom Rowe Jack Weber Anthony White Pat McLennan Matthew Lattanzio Lachlan Nankervis Pana Karageorgiou Paedar Hanley Callum Matheson Tom McPherson

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Peter Murray Ricky Caldow Henry Parkes Luke Davrain James Mustey John Griffiths Nick Murphy Dylan Wissell Gerrard Holland Phil Longmore Reece Arnott Jack Murphy-Cruise Tom Crooks Pat Murphy Luke McDonnell Brendan Cooke Tim O’Rourke Liam Dunne Michael Kneebone Connor Fitzgerald Paul Di Natale James Marchesani Tim Fitzgerald Sam Schnider Michael Landers Samuel Carne Nick Marchesani Will Hartley Ben Marchesani Tim Woolfe Sean Reid Tim Fitzgerald James Syme Sam Browne Daniel Maccarone Mitch Hayward Jarrod Nash Daniel Barrett William Russell

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BANYULE

OAKLEIGH

Coach: Craig Hayes Assistant: Jason Plant Reserve: Craig Thornton-Grimes Assistant: Stephen Quinn

Coach: Mick Holden, Jon Rutter Assistants: Trevor Bromley Reserves: Leigh Webster

Hayden Dillon Zan Wenke Tim Cusack Zach Cleaver Tom Shepherd Craig Skicko Jeremy Brazzale Matt Eifernann (RVC) Matthew Holmes Michael Christian (C) Andy Edwards Kyle Shepard-Mueller Sean Driscoll Ryan Hay Jake Truefeldt Chris Taylor Shaun McKenzie Jake Rice Ryan Cleaver Ian Stokes Sebastian Green Matthew Adamczyk (RDVC) 22 Stephen Tindale 23 Luke Giles 24 Michael Italia 24R Brandon Kelly 25 David Gayfer 25R Jarrad Appleby 26 Ethan Griffiths 28 Alex Bottomley 29 Shaun O’Callaghan 31 Nicholas Biscontin 32 Mark Smith 33 Adam Barclay (DVC) 34 Rhett Masters 35 Bartholomew Walsh (DVC) 36 Beau Parthenides 37 Jack Langford 37R Jake Hooper 38 Brett Cantwell

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Andrew Hopgood Luke French (VC) Gregory Bell Josh O’Connor (RC) Tore Valvo Paul Trovato Nick Lynch Lewis Melton Dylan Haeusler Angelo Russo Heath McDonald Matthew Crema David Stokes Mark Morgan Darcy Cumberland Simon Tuckman James Bonello James Pentland Dean Nichols Dean O’Callaghan Jonathon Knape Scott Moran Nick Smith Stephen Quinn David Vangeli Luke Delaney Hills Scott Michael Stephenson Christian Buckley Michael Sacchetta Brendan Feeney Marcus Borg Marcel Pamio

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Steve Scott Tim Scott Dermot Cleary (C) Chris Hogan Kieran Hogan Anthony Ashworth Tom Lowden Will Manning Gary Bennett David Counihan Damien Britt Ben Hogan Josh Revere Pat Disiervi (VC) Pat Ioannidis Steve Buchanan Aisea Valentini James Chapple Jim Hunt (DVC) Stephen Tolongs Jake Pappon Chris Lavery Jack Hind Tom Golik Kevin Holden Michael Bentham Lee Barrand Baden Wass Rob Holden Peter Holden Trevor Bromley Tom Costigan Nick Seel Zac Thiessens Gerard Roney Nathan Monaghan Aaron Cloke Matt Wass Aaron Binns Aaron Shaw Simon Way Jason Olson

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Andrew Mase Luke Daidone Dylan Ruddy Jake Lever Matt White Gonz Valenzuela Luke Kioussis Dan Mercuri Andrew Murray Adam Matthiesson Chris Mercuri Michael Klonaridis Michael Margetis Andrew Middlemiss Nathan Miller Jack Van Der Ven James Faranda Jake Paola Leigh Webster Mimo Demarchki Nick Smith Tom Eden Shaun Silberauer

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MONASH BLUES

MARCELLIN

Coach: Hayden Stanton Assistants: Shane Paynter Reserves: Shane Chapman, Andrew Costley, Dale Murchie

Coach: Greg Fremantle Assistants: Cameron Crowley, Graham Anderson Reserves: Tim Money Thirds: Tom Money

Ewan Flanagan Harry Stephenson James Rosengarten Michael Davidson Andrew Young Andrew Hickey (VC) Sam Baring (C) Pat Bryce James Taylor George Smyth Tim Powell Joe Cosgriff James McKenzie Zac Ledin (VC) Tim McKenzie (VC) Gareth Taylor Tom Waters Sam Whatley Ben Amberg Jack Gallagher Andrew Costley Patrick Featonby Callum Dick Rowan Shields Chris Godsil (RC) Aaron Williams Nick Petering Matt Hunt Matt McCart Daniel Brogden Adam Jaques James Duffy David Young Luke Leviston Alex Armstrong Matt Mason Darcy Meehan Henry Drysdale Simon Chandler Alex Carr Ben Cailes Jason Henry

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Andrew Beecroft Pat Long Andre Henry Paul Tweedly Scott Wood Ryan McIvor Matt Myers Steve Zarifopolous Scott Robson Jared Samuels Hayden Devanny James Cossins Matthew Stewart Rhys Waller Bill Geary Earl Ree-Goodings

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Bortolotto Matthew Carlson Jarrod (VC) Mc Cormack Liam (TCC) Birrell Nicholas Jones Thomas Considine Simon Crosbie Nicholas Gasparini Matthew Augustin Peter Kemp Stuart Millson Patrick Considine Luke Stafford Tom Toohey Julian Blanch Jonathan Holmes Matthew Bridges Mathew Abrahams Michael Bortolotto Jonathan Abrahams Simon Boyd Luke Jones Daniel Gartner Derrin Crapper Steven Beayni Mathew Bolger Domenic Montagna Timothy Fraser Daniel (RVC) Chard Patrick Carlson Trent McMahon Daniel Hiser William Rice Laine Costanzo Robert Gasparini Jacob Jordan Tom Redmond Daniel Beaini Anthony McGlin Anthony Coburn Adrian Symes Jake (C) Jarred Dallas Brockhus Liam (TVC) Viney Ashley Blanch Timothy Coburn James Manakis Anthony Stewart Callan Mc Intyre John Bettello Jordan Mahoney Jacob Harty Justin O’Shannassy Rhys Pesavento Stephan Black Tom Lincoln Adam

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Senior Coach: Richard Peoples Assistants: Peter O’Farrell, Garry Foulds Reserves Coach: Chris Dobson

Coach: Adrian Connolly Assistants: Ryan Power, Ben Phibbs, Kevin Chamberlain, Steve Stanley Reserves: Scott Azzapardi

Josh Cassell Matthew Firman Chris Ford Scott Sleep Brad Holland Todd Patterson Jarryd Browne Matthew Keown Peter Shepherd Chris Le Maitre Alec Fotheringham Jeremy Nettlefold Sam Toose Sam Withers Peter Ryan Tim Brady James Murfett James Lamb Nicholas Thomas Chris Horsley Lachlan Ezard Michael O’Donoghue Ryan Benoit Sam Playfair Dean Beaumont Thomas Gellert James Mirtschin Tom Murfett Chris Hosking Matthew Gillett Chris Dobson Christian Ryan Jack Hume Danny King Hugh Bismire Daniel Tonkin Todd Cleary Jason Sherriff Tim McCullagh Dwayne Delmenico James Hall Mark Dunlop Daniel Vering

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Nicholas Lewton Mick Chamberlain Dave Hansen Tim Bourbon (C) Dave Chamberlain Rob Mann Francis Reed Ree Thomas Josh Cowan Ben Chamberlain Cameron Smith Paul Iacovangelo Heath Black Ben Phibbs Michael Johnson Nick Thomas Tom Chambers Byron Bonner Sam Jones Nick Gentile Stuart Inglis Gavin Joachim Steve Oldman Ryan Kaye Jace Kelly Gus Patti Louis Grecco Tom Bailey Stephen Welsford Arron Homes John Paul Mailetzis Ben Woods Jamie Cetraro Steve Balloch Dave Regan Dan Mc Lean Nathan Mc Lean Tav Vallance Luke Grecco Dale Grant Michael Adam Luke Hawkins

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Coach: Ben Robertson Assistants: Tim Cantwell, Brad Tymmons Reserves: Fraser Cameron

Coach: Trent Cummings Assistant: Brendan Payne

Simon Bennett Caine Hillier Dominic La Fontaine Damien McGuigan Stephen Romanin Oliver Lloyd Blake Hillier Christopher Young Matthew Davis Samuel Killworth Christopher Woodbridge Jordon Heffernan Robert Deev Matthew Powell Thomas Hudson James Robinson Alister Lloyd Scott Needham Greg Tolson Rohan Kapoor Peter Storey Tom Byrnes Phil Bennett Jackson Eade Thomas Kanz Alex Mackenzie Daniel DeSanctis Samuel Riley Andrew Clarke Stephen Derry Trent Langdon Damien Proska Daniel Toma Nicholas Adamson Tom Allwright Thomas Schipper Alexander Stewart Brett Cottell Lachlan McMillan Oliver Scheiber Thomas Staynor

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Coach: Brett McIlwraith Assistant Coach: Neil Kent, Stu Nelmes, Steve Parsons, Eiv Bowen Reserves: Adam Crean

Coach: Travis Ronaldson Assistants: Daniel Weller Reserves: Darren Toll

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CLUB WAREHOUSE RISING STAR 2013 OLIVER CAVALLARO – OLD BRIGHTON Oliver is in his first season with OBGFC having just finished school at Brighton Grammar where he was Captain of the first XVIII. Ollie is still eligible for Under 19’s and he represented the VAFA in the recent game at the Junction Oval against Vic Country. Ollie has a mature body for his age and impressed all during pre-season training and practice games and was rewarded for his efforts with a senior game in Round 1 against Parkdale. Since this Oliver has developed into a crucial member of the side and has played through the midfield and forward and recently had an important tagging role for the side. With a fierce attack on the football and outstanding leadership we have already seen many highlights at Beach Road Oval, including the Goal of the week in Round 2 vs St.Kevins. Oliver has played in every senior game this year and has a long and distinguished career ahead of him for Old Brighton. Old Brighton would like to congratulate Ollie for his Rising Star nomination and look forward to many more highlights in the red and blue. * to be eligible for the club Warehouse Rising Star, a player must be born no earlier than 1992 and playing his first full season of senior football.

VAFA ELASTOPLAST TRAINER OF THE WEEK ALMA VIVIANA – PRAHRAN ASSUMPTION Alma Viviana (known as Viv) is possibly the tiniest of all trainers in the VAFA, but this does not hinder her work as Head Trainer at Prahran Assumption Football Club. Viv has become a much loved member of the PAFC family over the last 3 years. Viv studied physiotherapy in Colombia and has been in Australia for 4 years working as a physiotherapist assistant and in clinical research. She has worked with a couple of footy clubs in Melbourne before Prahran Assumption. She enjoys working within our team of sport trainers to manage the player’s requirements. “We have had a quite busy season so far, last weekend taking care of one of the players who had a very serious muscle contusion (he presented shock symptoms) and another of our players who was kicked in the back resulting in a vertebral fracture” said Viv. Viviana works between 10 to 13 hours a week for the club, attending training sessions as well as match days, manages the roster and makes sure the supplies don’t run out. She has been at the club since 2011 starting as out as a Trainer and this year become Head Trainer. THE AMATEUR FOOTBALLER 2013

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RETROSPECTIVE

Geoff Reilley

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5 YEARS AGO – 2008 A Section scribe, Jonathan Horn, made the interesting observation that the top three teams were also the bottom three in the reserves, a very unusual occurrence. It is certainly most unusual for leading A Section teams to win a flag with their reserves in last place, in fact I’m not sure if this has ever occurred? St Bedes Mentone Tigers were gathering momentum and gave Old Xaverians ‘a nice touch up’, 18.17 to 10.8

30 YEARS AGO – 1983 It was a typically tight season in A Section with no certainties for either the top four or for the relegation stakes. Old Xaverians and Old Scotch met in a game where the victors could clear themselves from the bottom half and seriously challenge the top four. The Xavs exploded in the first quarter (6.6) with Steve Curtain, Geoff Greetham and ‘Ralph’ O’Shaughnessy all proving to be good targets while Scotch failed to score. Xavs hammered home the advantage to lead by almost 10 goals at half time and went on to win 13.12 to 5.11.

Old Essendon were defeated by St Kevins in B Section, 13.8 to 10.14 and this was an unexpected loss to the Essendonians. Despite the loss they remained on top of the section.

In C Section St Pius trounced Old Haileybury 27.16 to 7.9 and firmed into favoritism for the premiership. St Pius were wasteful in the third quarter with 3.8 otherwise they may have passed the 30 goal mark. In D Section, Old Ivanhoe were still in the hunt for a top four spot and had a huge win over Uni Reds 24.17 to 14.6.

10 YEARS AGO – 2003 In C Section, Collegians went to the top of the ladder after a very good win against Caulfield Grammarians who had also been challenging for top spot. With both defences proving to be strong, scoring was difficult all day but Collegians held a 3 goal lead at half time with Caulfield only scoring 1.6 up until the main break. The scoring opportunities opened up a little in the third term, Caulfield kicking 3.6 to Collegians 4.3 and it was anyone’s game in the last stanza. Just when Caulfield mounted a challenge Collegians showed they had the answers and won 10.12 to 7.14. In D Section, it was looking like only 4 teams to make up the final four; Old Mentonians, AJAX, Monash Blues and Uni Blacks. The rest were games off the pace. Monash versus Uni Blacks was the game of the round and after quarter time scoring chances became limited. The Blacks were constantly challenged but answered every Monash thrust and went on to win 9.20 to 5.10.

20 YEARS AGO – 1993 The combined VAFA Senior Team capped off a great season with their second win for the Big V. Following on from their win against South Australia, they defeated the Combined Victorian Country Football League team 13.14 to 13.12. Coached by Barry Richardson, the team consisted of B Conti, R Gross, D Richardson, R Fuller (Capt), D Bailey, D Connell, P Thiessen, T Jones, C Wright, M Berry, R Lawson, M Bourke, B Connell, T Spencer, L Gollant, W Carey, C McClounan, A Pryor, D Crowe, S Brazil, J Bowen, G Phillips. 42

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40 YEARS AGO – 1973 In B Section, Old Carey remained in touch with the top four by defeating Old Scotch who had now fallen off the pace. Carey opened with 8.8 to 1 goal and set up the win after holding Scotch to only 4 goals with the strong wind in the second quarter. Final score was 12.12 to 8.12. In C Section, Power House met Old Brighton and drew level with Brighton in equal second after winning 7.7. to 6.7. Danny Gleeson, known as the ‘spare parts man’ at Parkside, played his 200th game. In addition to playing in almost every position in the seniors, Danny also coached the reserves for a spell.

50 YEARS AGO – 1963 Collegians were 4 goals down at three quarter time in the big game against University Blues but got up to win by 8 points. This win allowed the Blues to take second place away from Old Xaverians who were defeated by MHSOB by 26 points. Old Melburnians (5th) kept their hopes alive by defeating Alphington by 25 points. Alphington were still to win a game. John Holt played his 100th consecutive game for Elsternwick while Old Geelong Coach, John Vautier reached his 100th. THE AMATEUR FOOTBALLER 2013


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U19 Premier with Olivia Crowe

What a weekend away from football can do to any team. It may have been the best medicine for a few teams after some of the results (thrashings) from round 12 suggest a bye helped some more than others. In the match of the round, a disappointing third placed St Kevins were never really able to match it or hit the scoreboard against top side Old Xaverians with a 128 point defeat. It’s a massive blow for SKOB’s and they must lift before finals. A goal kicking display (27 goals) and a 100 point victory to De La Salle over Uni Blues was a great display of football and not

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to mention a significant percentage booster! James Howard led from the front with six for the victors, whilst Dom Nixon was the standout for the Blues. St Bedes/Mentone Tigers continued their successful season and the minimum aim now should be fir a double chance after beating an improved Old Melburnians side. The Tigers goal kicking was a highlight led by Matthew Hoy with five. St Bernard’s led by Alec Goodwin defeated Old Brighton who have found promotion to premier tough after a premiership in 2012. Two thirds through the year and the only question is will anyone outside the four make a late charge?

U19 Section 2 with Lewis Emmerson After scores were tight at halftime, Parkdale kicked away to finish 41-point winners over Old Carey. Parkdale’s Sean Hendricks oozed class after returning from the senior side while Toby Wooldridge was solid in defence with plenty of intercept marks for Old Carey. Collegians played out a hard fought win over Mazenod. Mazenod seemed to drop off the pace in the final term which ultimately was the difference. Callum Regan was the catalyst in getting Collegians over the line. Mazenod’s Patrick Cincotta produced a solid performance.

Werribee came back in the 4th quarter after trailing for much of the match to record a 20-point victory over University Blacks. Blacks Michael Gibney claimed BOG honours while Mikhal Secoulidis slotted 3 big ones for Werribee. Fitzroy proved too good for Marcellin in the second half with a 45-point victory. Fitzroy’s Luke Baker kicked 4 goals in his sides’ victory while it was James Baxter who dominated for Marcellin.

U19 Section 3 with Andrew Leonard

Your regular scribe Darren Dawson won’t be happy. I have ruined his tipping form with only two correct last week, plus his beloved CY’s fell a goal short of Old Xaverians. Then again, he can console himself with the fact that the European sun is beaming down and he might actually get to see the Aussies put up a fight in the Ashes. Back in the humble surrounds of suburban grounds of Melbourne, it was Old Xavs who prevailed in the best match of the round against Williamstown CYMS. The CY’s had control for much of the game but Xavs kicked 5 goals to 3 in the final quarter to 44

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Old Trinity held the lead all day in their 37-point victory over Caulfield Grammarians. Trinity’s Christos Manoussakis bagged 3 goals in his side’s win while Damien Simic led the resistance with 2 of his own for Caulfield.

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pinch the win by a kick. Northern Blues fell away at the end of last year and hopefully their loss to Whitefriars is not a signal that a repeat of 2012 is on the cards? Ciaran Hickey’s seven goals were the difference in the Friars inflicting just a second loss on the ladder leaders. AJAX’s performances this year have been centered on team performances and last Saturday was no different. The Jackas had six multiple goal kickers and contributors in all positions for the win over PEGS. Old Camberwell took Old Geelong to the sword at the Barnyard – Taverner kicked 4 and Jenkin 3 in a big win for the Wells.

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U19 North with Nick Duxson @nicholasjduxson

At Round 12, Ivanhoe remain on top of the U19 North ladder after a crushing 22-goal win against the Unicorns at home. Mowat (5), Zagontinos (4), Ioannou (4) and Grigg (4) dominated in front of goal for the Magpies, while Shearer collected a pair for MHSOB. A percentage-boosting win for Old Ivanhoe against Old Haileybury saw them jump into second place. Kirwan snagged six and Kandiliotis five, as the ‘Hoes ran out 122-point winners. St Mary’s Salesian secured their 10th win for 2013, overcoming a stubborn Old Westbourne with an

eight-goal-to-two second half. Holmes and Gook both booted three, and Leonard starred for the Saints in their 50-point win, while Paul Smith was the Warriors’ best. The Snowdogs boosted their percentage, but still can’t find a way into the top four. Jackson kicked three goals and Dan Moloney impressed, as St Bernards beat La Trobe by 46 points. This weekend sees two massive games; top-of-theladder cross town rivals Old Ivanhoe and Ivanhoe do battle, while Therry Penola will be fresh from a win by forfeit against Old Paradians when they take on St Mary’s Salesian.

U19 South with Nick Duxson @nicholasjduxson

A lazy 22 goals. No not Oakleigh’s winning margin, or their total for the game. All 22 belong to Krushers forward Aaron Cloke – his amazing solo performance securing a 176-point win against Ormond, and making him this week’s leading goalkicker in Australia. In the Mentone rivalry, it was St Bedes/Mentone who prevailed, with a comprehensive fourquarter performance and 64-point win against Old Mentonians. The Tigers improved their lead at every change, despite Harrison kicking three for OMs. A big Q1 proved the difference as De La Salle beat UNDER 19 Premier (YEARS TOTAL 44 / 73%) Old Melburnians v Old Brighton Old Scotch v Old Xaverians University Blues v Beaumaris St Bernards v St Bedes/Mentone Tigers St Kevins v De La Salle

Monash by 25 points at home. Hamilton booted five, while Fisher starred for De La – Wilson and Hammond both slotting two for the Blues. The Pirates closed the gap on the top four, with a 19-point win against fellow contender Beaumaris. Peninsula kicked away to an early four-goal lead, with Anthony slotting four goals, while Smith found three for the Sharks. The Rovers improved their lead at every change, beating Parkdale by 47 points to secure a third win for 2013. Jones kicked three and Wilson starred for Hampton, while Greenwood led the way for the Vultures. UNDER 19 North (YEARS TOTAL 44 / 81%) La Trobe Uni V Old Westbourne MHSOB V St Bernards Old Ivanhoe V Ivanhoe St Mary’s Salesian V Therry Penola Old Paradians V Old Haileybury

UNDER 19 Section 2 (YEARS TOTAL 42 / 70%) Old Carey v Caulfield Grammarians Mazenod v University Blacks Collegians v Werribee Marcellin v Old Trinity Fitzroy v Parkdale Vultures UNDER 19 Section 3 (YEARS TOTAL 35 / 65%) AJAX v Northern Blues Old Xaverians v PEGS Williamstown CYMS v Old Camberwell Whitefriars v Old Geelong

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RESULTS UNDER 19 PREMIER St Bernards 2.2, 5.6, 7.11, 15.18 (108) Old Brighton 3.3, 3.5, 5.8, 5.8 (38) GOALS, St Bernards: A. Goodson 3, M. DeLeur 3, C. Riley 2, M. Peart 2, M. Scarpino 1, W. Considine 1, P. Romano 1, A. Boyse 1, M. Caven 1 Old Brighton: D. Anderson 3, M. Howell 1, J. Knight 1 BEST, St Bernards: A. Goodson, M. Scarpino, T. Saundry, J. Ayres, M. DeLeur, M. Dickson Old Brighton: J. Bilu, M. Hooy, T. Edmonds, D. Anderson, J. Bainbridge, J. Longbottom Old Scotch 5.1, 8.5,11.10, 14.14 (98) Beaumaris 4.1, 7.3, 8.4, 9.4 (58) GOALS, Old Scotch: N. Walmsley 3, D. Di Donato 2, S. Neil 2, A. Greenaway 2, J. Hurley 1, W. Michael 1, E. Spence 1, M. Wills 1, T. Beddison 1 Beaumaris: A. Giuliano 2, A. Aridas 1, J. Thompson 1, M. Williams 1, J. Pemberton 1, S. Gibbins 1, T. Perkin 1, R. Pierce 1 BEST, Old Scotch: M. Pert, T. Druitt, D. Di Donato, D. Panotis, D. McDermott, N. Santini Beaumaris: J. Thompson, A. Giuliano, A. Aridas, J. Grange, M. Lovejoy, R. Pierce De La Salle 7.5,12.10,16.13, 21.20 (146) University Blues 2.3, 4.4, 6.4, 7.4 (46) GOALS, De La Salle: J. Howard 6, A. Wheatley 6, K. Wallis 4, L. Wood 2, J. Hanley 1, O. Purton-Smith 1, W. Kanz 1 University Blues: M. Peart 2, C. Craig 1, S. Nixon 1, T. BurnFrancis 1, M. Hart 1, T. Burvill 1 BEST, De La Salle: J. Howard, L. Wood, L. Gogis, D. Anastasio, O. Purton-Smith, A. Wheatley University Blues: D. Nixon, E. Sinnott, A. Schipp, T. Gammune, M. Hart, S. Scotland Old Xaverians 5.5, 11.6, 20.8, 27.11 (173) St Kevins 1.1, 4.1, 4.2, 7.3 (45) GOALS, Old Xaverians: O. Silk 4, H. Healey 4, D. Nash 3, J. Forrest 3, B. Lyon 3, T. Beaton2, C. Stratford 2, J. Breust 1, H. Lachal 1, J. Close 1, T. Williams 1, H. Davies 1, D. Symeopoulos 1 St Kevins: J. Canterbury 2, L. Nankervis 2, C. Gleeson 1, T. McDonald 1, M. Dolan 1 BEST, Old Xaverians: J. Skene, J. Close, T. Williams, T. Beaton , C. Margin, O. Silk St Kevins: C. Gleeson, C. Ross, J. Howell, T. Soultanakis, J. Dimattina, J. Canterbury St Bedes / Mentone Tigers7.2,10.6,18.11, 20.14 (134) Old Melburnians 0.3, 4.7, 8.9, 13.11 (89) GOALS, St Bedes / Mentone Tigers: M. Hoy 5, B. O’Toole 3, A. Cross 2, J. Symons 2, J. Bower 2, T. Pastura 2, S. D’Andrea 1, J. Townley 1, J. Beckwith 1, B. Schubert 1 Old Melburnians: H. Smith 5, M. Panton 3, C. Mance 3, A. Borensztajn 1, N. Bennison 1 BEST, St Bedes / Mentone Tigers: Old Melburnians: O. Hosking, L. Prendergast, R. Wood-Freeman, C. Mance, M. Gibson, W. Paine UNDER 19 SECTION 2 Parkdale Vultures 3.1, 6.3, 11.6, 15.11 (101) Old Carey 3.4, 6.8, 7.11, 8.12 (60) GOALS, Parkdale Vultures: L. Emmerson 5, D. Ballard 3, D. Glascott 3, C. Welch 2, J. Waters 1, M. Dickie 1 Old Carey: F. Cator 3, M. Patroni 2, C. Wallace 2, M. Cushen 1 BEST, Parkdale Vultures: A. Knight, D. Ballard, J. Waters, W. McGOWAN, H. Balic, A. Stewart Old Carey: T. Wooldridge, H. Harry, C. Wallace, F. Cator, A. Candlish, M. Patroni Fitzroy 3.4, 5.8,11.15, 14.22 (106) Marcellin 2.2, 4.6, 4.7, 9.7 (61) GOALS, Fitzroy: L. Baker 4, O. Ishak 3, J. McCormack 2, L. Edwards 1, D. Leech 1, K. Menzies 1, M. Matters 1, J. Fraser 1 Marcellin: P. Chard 2, J. Cunningham 2, J. Baxter 1, P. Hamblin 1, G. Moca 1, J. Antypas 1, A. D Souza 1 BEST, Fitzroy: M. Matters, L. Baker, J. McCormack, N. Ligris, D. Leech, L. Edwards Marcellin: J. Baxter, O. Grant, T. Bastiaan, R. McKenzie, J. Cunningham, A. D Souza Collegians 1.3, 2.8, 7.10, 9.13 (67) Mazenod 1.2, 4.3, 6.7, 6.9 (45) GOALS, Collegians: J. Diplaris 2, C. Kipouridis 2, D. Wilson 1, S. Hobbs 1, J. Hocking 1, W. Pocknee 1, J. Kenyon-Smith 1 Mazenod: J. Trounce 1, D. Fowler 1, J. Paola 1, P. Cincotta 1, N. Melenhorst 1, S. Forster 1 BEST, Collegians: C. Regan, J. Hocking, S. Marshall, S. Hynes, J. Bazzani, J. Kenyon-Smith Mazenod: P. Cincotta, J. Trounce, S. Riley, M. Selvadurai, R.

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McCarthy, D. Fowler Old Trinity 5.2, 8.6,12.11, 13.15 (93) Caulfield Grammarians 1.4, 3.5, 5.7, 8.8 (56) GOALS, Old Trinity: A. Heuston 3, C. Manoussakis 3, M. Bourke 2, H. Boyle 1, D. Moore 1, D. White 1, W. Cooper 1, A. Kyriacopoulos 1 Caulfield Grammarians: L. Holmes 2, J. Easton 2, D. Simic 2, J. Stone 1, J. Small 1 BEST, Old Trinity: M. Yeoman, J. Taylor, A. Kyriacopoulos, M. Bourke, W. Cooper, C. Manoussakis Caulfield Grammarians: S. Hood, J. Anderson, D. Simic, L. Holmes, D. Meddings, J. Easton Werribee 2.1, 7.2, 10.6, 15.11 (101) University Blacks 4.3, 9.6, 11.8, 12.9 (81) GOALS, Werribee: M. Secoulidis 3, M. Despott 2, D. Thomas 2, M. Culliver 2, B. Monk 1, J. Lawson 1, M. Smith 1, N. Coyne 1, P. O’Brien 1, J. Patty 1 University Blacks: T. Walshe 4, W. Davey 3, A. Locke 1, B. Potts 1, J. Foley 1, X. Flanagan 1, M. Gibney 1 BEST, Werribee: P. O’Brien, B. Monk, B. McMillan, M. Despott, M. Culliver, A. Shanks University Blacks: M. Gibney, A. Locke, S. Sher, J. Foley, T. Walshe, J. Smith UNDER 19 SECTION 3 Whitefriars 3.2, 5.3, 7.8, 11.9 (75) Northern Blues 1.0, 3.4, 4.5, 7.7 (49) GOALS, Whitefriars: C. Hickey 7, B. Kelsey 2, L. Sandy 1, M. Malt 1 Northern Blues: S. Pizzo 2, D. Delle-Vergini 2, T. Hughes 1, J. Hull 1, M. Hammoud 1 BEST, Whitefriars: C. Hickey, T. McGurgan, B. Tatterson, B. Kelsey, L. Galtieri, T. Petts Northern Blues: J. Powell, R. Jepson, T. Hughes, J. Sims, A. Gonnella, M. Edwards AJAX 5.6,10.11,13.15, 20.15 (135) PEGS 0.0, 2.1, 3.2, 8.3 (51) GOALS, AJAX: T. Kedar 3, O. Hoffman 3, J. Goldberg 3, J. Broons 3, B. Schwartz 2, M. Rechtman 2, D. Goodman 1, B. Joel 1, J. Yarrow 1, D. Rothschild 1 PEGS: BEST, AJAX: D. Rothschild, M. Rechtman, S. Lustig, B. Sher, B. Schwartz, A. Lerner Old Xaverians 5.1, 7.5, 10.7, 15.9 (99) Williamstown CYMS 4.5, 10.5, 12.7, 14.9 (93) GOALS, Old Xaverians: Williamstown CYMS: R. Joy 4, N. Ebinger 2, T. Szanyi 2, N. Bratby 1, T. Dimitriou 1, J. Hogarth 1, Y. Hemphill 1, M. Christakakis 1, M. Knight 1 BEST, Old Xaverians: F. Lane, T. Fenton , J. Kaldawi, A. Clavin, J. Donohoe, T. Bergin Williamstown CYMS: E. Bordas, R. Chan, N. Ebinger, Y. Hemphill, T. Johnstone, M. Knight Old Camberwell 3.4, 4.6, 9.7, 16.9 (105) Old Geelong 1.2, 2.6, 4.9, 5.15 (45) GOALS, Old Camberwell: A. Taverner 4, M. Jenkin 3, L. Campbell 2, H. Crothers 1, A. Parker 1, B. Frattin 1, M. Vogel 1, M. Troy 1, C. Gorman 1, D. Berry 1 Old Geelong: D. Ennel 1, H. Macmillan 1, T. Wigan 1, W. Evans 1, J. Thomson 1 BEST, Old Camberwell: M. Jenkin, C. Urwin, H. Crothers, H. Donnellan, A. Taverner, M. Vogel Old Geelong: D. Ennel, H. Bienvenu, T. Wigan, E. Gubbins, W. Evans, Z. Carroll UNDER 19 NORTH Old Ivanhoe 5.7,10.12,15.15, 24.21 (165) Old Haileybury 2.0, 3.1, 5.4, 6.7 (43) GOALS, Old Ivanhoe: M. Kirwan 6, J. Kandiliotis 5, N. Marshall 4, J. Apostolopoulos 3, N. Kalafas 1, S. Wilcox 1, S. MacKenzie 1, A. Stenta 1, J. Stanton 1, C. Matheson 1 Old Haileybury: S. Nicholls 2, K. Hartnett 1, I. Saraswat 1, J. Reid 1, B. Traeger-Haig 1 BEST, Old Ivanhoe: N. Marshall, S. Wilcox, W. Gough, J. Apostolopoulos, M. Kirwan, J. Kandiliotis Old Haileybury: S. Tiv, D. Opanayaka, B. Traeger-Haig, S. Perera, J. Conte, S. Nicholls Ivanhoe 8.8,16.12,21.20, 28.26 (194) MHSOB 1.3, 2.4, 4.4, 6.4 (40) GOALS, Ivanhoe: Z. Mowat 5, D. Ioannou 4, B. Grigg 4, B. Zagontinos 4, J. Langford 3, M. Rees 2, N. Ring 2, C. Robinson 1, W. Emerson 1, D. Craig-Darroch 1, A. Purtell 1 MHSOB: S. Shearer 2, T. Fernie 1, A. Tran 1, S. Hayes 1, J. Ah-kan 1 BEST, Ivanhoe: Z. Mowat, S. Batterton, S. Nix, J. Langford, D. Treloar, C. Robinson

MHSOB: W. Colman , T. Fernie, N. Clampett, S. Hayes, M. Merhi, S. Ball St Mary’s Salesian 4.5, 5.12,10.12, 13.15 (93) Old Westbourne 2.1, 4.2, 5.7, 6.7 (43) GOALS, St Mary’s Salesian: D. Gook 3, L. Holmes 3, K. Buchanan 2, M. Howard 1, J. Sutherland 1, D. Schipper 1, N. Curwood 1, A. Pathirana 1 Old Westbourne: H. Iannacone 1, J. Stephens 1, D. Bean 1, A. Gallina 1, T. Stiles 1, P. Smith 1 BEST, St Mary’s Salesian: X. Leonard, N. Curwood, K. Buchanan, M. Howard, N. Ludwig, C. Gibbs Old Westbourne: P. Smith, N. Diblasi, J. Dineen, J. Damons, T. Stiles, A. Scarpino St Bernards 3.6, 6.13,10.15, 12.16 (88) La Trobe University 0.1, 1.3, 3.6, 6.6 (42) GOALS, St Bernards: B. Jackson 3, S. Piantella 2, M. Farrant 2, D. Tannenberg 2, J. Ford 1, T. Devers 1, M. Cobby 1 La Trobe University: L. Fraser 2, J. Billings 1, J. Prasad 1, T. Williams 1, S. Neville 1 BEST, St Bernards: D. Moloney, T. Riley, J. Ford, D. Mighell, C. Issa, J. Notaro La Trobe University: J. Lasslett, M. Burrowes, B. Anderson, L. Fraser, S. Conheady, D. Barnaby THERRY PENOLA v. OLD PARADIANS Therry Penola won by foreit. UNDER 19 SOUTH Hampton Rovers 3.2, 5.7,10.11, 14.14 (98) Parkdale Vultures 1.2, 2.2, 6.2, 8.3 (51) GOALS, Hampton Rovers: C. Jones 3, J. Wilson 2, S. Care 2, J. Zaina 2, J. Campion 1, J. Pavlou 1, N. Mullenger 1, L. Morcom 1, L. Edgar 1 Parkdale Vultures: C. Peele 2, J. Andrews 2, M. Greenwood 1, L. Jenkins 1, J. Hollingsworth 1, G. Billings 1 BEST, Hampton Rovers: J. Wilson, J. Short, L. Morcom, C. Jones, J. Pavlou, L. Edgar Parkdale Vultures: M. Greenwood, M. Russell, J. Hollingsworth, K. Delaney, A. McNeil De La Salle 7.4, 9.6, 13.8, 15.10 (100) Monash Blues 2.3, 5.5, 8.6, 11.9 (75) GOALS, De La Salle: M. Hamilton 5, T. Still 3, A. Hay 2, J. Dennehy 1, J. Cox 1, J. Hanley 1, T. Fisher 1, J. Pirovano 1 Monash Blues: Z. Wilson 2, L. Hammond 2, R. Smith 1, A. Hawes 1, A. Brady 1, L. Buncle 1, C. Cameron 1, P. Bryce 1, C. Oppy 1 BEST, De La Salle: T. Fisher, A. Hay, H. Zaia, J. Hanley, M. Hamilton, J. Cox Monash Blues: R. Smith, Z. Wilson, A. Brady, N. Schade, L. Hammond, P. Bryce Peninsula 4.2, 6.5, 8.10, 11.12 (78) Beaumaris 0.5, 3.6, 6.10, 7.17 (59) GOALS, Peninsula: J. Anthony 4, T. Feldgen 2, A. Treherne 2, A. Hochegger 1, A. Stock 1, J. Watts 1 Beaumaris: J. Smith 3, C. Baum 2, T. Mellick 1, L. Cox 1 BEST, Peninsula: T. Feldgen, J. Lowther, H. Featherby, B. McLean, A. Hochegger, A. Stock Beaumaris: J. Smith, T. Douglass, N. McKENZIE, C. Griffiths, A. Wearne, M. Hardeman St Bedes / Mentone Tigers 4.9,10.13,14.17, 18.23 (131) Old Mentonians 1.0, 6.2, 6.4, 10.7 (67) GOALS, St Bedes / Mentone Tigers: Old Mentonians: J. Harrison 3, W. Carvill 2, A. Rayment 2, C. Edgeworth 1, A. Mok 1, J. Kornberg 1 BEST, St Bedes / Mentone Tigers: Old Mentonians: C. Fryer, B. Chapman, C. Minton, C. Edgeworth, J. Harrison, A. Rayment Oakleigh 9.5, 15.8,22.15, 32.20 (212) Ormond 1.2, 3.4, 4.4, 5.6 (36) GOALS, Oakleigh: A. Cloke 22, J. Cook 2, L. Pappon 2, A. Weymouth 1, A. Seremelis 1, S. Murray 1, A. Deneys 1, B. Still 1, J. Benoiton 1 Ormond: S. McCooke 2, C. Carothers 1, J. Keast 1, N. Curwood 1 BEST, Oakleigh: A. Cloke, A. Deneys, L. Pappon, T. Minchin, B. Still, C. Grant Ormond: B. Hardwick, J. Keast, N. Curwood, N. Ward, C. Hecker, S. McCooke

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Old Xaverians

St Bernard’s

St Bedes/Mentone Tigers

Coach: Simon Brown Assistants: Anthony Hale

Coach: Joe Rush Assistants: Tom McClusky, Martin Rush

Coach: Rocky Iannello Assistants: Serge Ramano

Coach: Steve D’Andrea

James Howard Charlie Haley Harry Zaia Ollie Purton-Smith William Kanz Sefton McGraw Liam Feather Tim Shallue Luke Gogis Matthew Hogan Adrian Indovino Pat Hatch Liam Wood Matthew Harvey Xavier Leonard Jack Gava Darcy Craig Pat Arceri Jordan Bull Matthew Dumbleton Nicholas Halliday Joey Cox Sam Harrington Kobi Wallis Hamish Ramsey Joel Mattiske Jack Hanley Joel Stewart Dominic Spicer Ashley Munday Daniel Anastasio Hamish Curtis Aaron Hay Damon Grant

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Johnathon Close Henry Cookesley Harry Lachal Sam Forrest Denis Symeopoulos Harrison Sleeman Samuel Grigg Ben Lyon Daniel Prowse Harry Batten David Nash Fraser Lane Jarryd Skene Luke Barry Charles Stratford Michael Henderson Nick Ferrari Marcus Smith Harry Healey Xavier Jeans James Forrest Michael Cain Anthony Ongarello John Donohoe James Breust Hugh Davies Daniel Hachem Chris Margin James Midgley Nicholas Prowse Oscar Silk Matthew Sitch Grant Valles

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Keiran O’Connor Taylor Bisognano Michael Sulzberger Patrick Romano Ned McAllister James Riley Michael Caven Marcus DeLeur Alec Goodson Tom Russell Jacob Shine Nick Bergun Jack Holland Adam Bevanda Jack Fraser Jake Notaro Alex Boyse Mitchell Hughes Sam Woods Daniel Carey Lachlan Jowett Michael Hughes Matt Scarpino Darren Colaco Matt Dickson Zachary O’Halloran Wil Considine Jack Fenner Thomas Madden Mitchell Cobby Liam McIntyre Michael Dillon Tom Saundry Chris Peart Stefan Piantella Dayne Tannenberg Liam Whelan Seamus Whelan Jake Wright Curtis Riley Matt Peart Claude Issa

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Michael O’Connor Brenton Schubert Corey Michaud Alex Cross Alex Whelebone Matthew Caia Jack Pollard Ben Nicoll James Symons Charles Kinsey James Dalzotto Taylor Gogerley Juy Capp Fin Neaves Morgan Hampton Brayden O’Toole Tom Dwyer Daniel Maloney Mitchell Kent Jordan Pastura Ben Wighton Jack Beckwith Tim Jeans Cameron Antunicco Jamie Popaz Tom McMahon Liam Hard Steven Lay Trent Pastura Declan Hampton Pat Hurst Jordan Bichsel Aaron Hodges Jack Bower Matt Hoy Jack O’Kearney Chris McCready David Goodchild William Lawrence Kiean Harbis Matthew Powell Kerwin Cafun Tom Chesters

Old Melburnians Coach: James Ray Assistants: Guss Murray

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Max Gibson Jack Lidgett Ritesh Varma (VC) Louis Raymond Nick Churkovich (C) Charlie Nettlefold Chris Barry Will Leveni Nick McLardy Will Heggen Hamish Baillieu Harry Smith Robbie Hayward Jack Kelly Will Bate David Parkinson Chris Lam James Fink Alex Hamer Lachlan Prendergast (VC) Stuart Watson Oscar Hosking Ollie Madders Guy Shearman Nicholas Bennison Jordan Cutter Charles May Matt Panton Sam Brand Alex Quirk Adam Borensztajn Nick Benson Andy Spargo Charlie Paine Ruari Wood-Freeman Darcy Coombs Peter Feaver

Uni Blues

Old Scotch

Beaumaris

Old Brighton

St Kevin’s

Coach: Jeff Scotland Assistants: Chris Pyke

Co Coaches: Tristan Foenander & Steve Reddish

Coach: Josh Bourke Assistants: Tim Hunt

Coach: Adam Pirrie Assistants: Ryan Joseph

Coach: Daniel Bell Assistants: Luke Williams

Tom Morrison Nathan Green David Kidd Ian Congdon Charles Craig Thushira Gammune Timothy Burn-Francis Alexander Schipp © George McFarlane Sebastian Nixon Timothy Blakey Tom Lanyon James Keough Edward Sinnott Cameron Bayliss Patrick Murtagh Benjamin House Jacob Mitchell Cameron Fletcher Michael Peart David Cumming Fletcher Angove Oliver Stedman Linford Dean Tom Irwin Matthew Welsh Sean Scotland Jesse Pardo Zack Thomson Matthew Hart Tom Welleman George Thomas Nicholas Walsh Dominic Nixon

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Jordan Clarke Nick Lindsay Lachlie Smyth Dom McDermott Max Wills (VC) James Parsell Will Carroll Angus Greenaway Nicholas Reddish Lewis Parisi Wilson Li Gus McDonough Jock McKinnon Will Michael (VC) Kris Paltoglou Charlie Long (Capt) Justin Nikolovski Ed Dalton Harry Philip Ed Spence Ned Walmsley Jono Daggian Seb Armstrong Charlie Fay Daley Mackenzie Tom Peers-Barlow Tom Druitt Phil Allen Aaron Gersch James Voltscos Tom Streat Nicholas Santini Tom Beddison Blood Jumper (S) Jake Clemm William Hewson Blood Jumper (M) Blood Jumper (M) Blood Jumper (L) Sam Neil Jack Carey Jack McIntosh Lachie O’Shannessy Alex Leggo Jack Hurley Lachlan Hocking Blood jumper (L)

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Matthew Williams Elliott Harris (C) Tom Zanca Sam Burke Matt Zagni Matt Lovejoy Rhys Pierce Alex Smout Todd Douglass Ryan Keating Lachie Topp Adam Tanzimat Jack Gabron Uhe Daniel Crowe Tom Perkin (VC) Taylor Grace Jack Grange Jarryd Pemberton Kyle McDonagh Neil McKenzie David Brearley Luke Edmondson (VC) Harrison Stewart Alex Shulman Chris Baum Richard Ryan Lucas Kelly Jordan Thompson Sam Bennett Michael Snowden Nathan Smith Athan Aridas Matt Banhum Andrew Watson James Colyvan Alex Wearne Nate Moffett Jake Bloomer Greg Pearson Brandon Crimmins Lachlan Beatie-Powell David Brearley Damien Johns Mitchell Petzke James Carcassi Liam Brennan Cal Griffiths Sam Gibbons Jason Murray Joe Considine

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Sebastian Zaia Callum Nicholls Dylan Verney Joe Longbottom Nick Hellyer Jordan Pascoe Marshall Pascoe Dane Robinson Luke Healey Jack Knight Patrick Sands Michael Tragear Sam Baker Hayden Johnson Chris Walker Jackson Moffitt Robert Naughton Nick Paine- Ellis Matt Delaney Chris Hardgrave Kieran Rawlinson Tyler Ellery Ben Jarick Tom Hamilton Marcus Bade Hamish Graham Josh Drummond Will Johnston Kalin Kempster Levi Otto Ryan Kiley Chris Parker Jordan Pascoe Luke Andrew Henry Carlson Thomas Jones Charlie King

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Thomas Corboy Michael Baini Noah Armato Tom Soltinakos James Dimattina Daniel Dicintio Joshua Taylor Nick Bond James Paull Julian Gambaro Harrison Snell Luke Sabato Shaun Kennedy Conor Ross Samuel Doyle Michael Dolan Nelson Pryor Billy Kanakis Nicholas Cropley Shaun Kennedy William Coates Anthony Barone Thomas Sullivan Michael Turnbull Henry Parkes Francis Keely Patrick Moore Rob Mcmillan Chris Gleeson Emmett O’Donnell Lachlan Nankervis Jack Howell Brendan Smart Michael Alexopoulos

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U19 – SECTION 2 Werribee Districts

Fitzroy

Caulfield Grammarians

Uni Blacks

Parkdale

Coach: Andrew Accarito /Chris Burton Assist: Aaron Hovey / Jonathon Burton

Coach: Bruce Edwards

Coach: Josh McCahon Assistants: Jake McCahon, Alex Sloan

Coach: Steve Cerni

Coach: Luke Borella

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Alex Shanks Arron Knezevic Dane Thomas Daniel Delaney Haydn Accarito Jack Elliott Luke Gibbs Mason Smith Matthew Burton Michael Culliver Nishan Coyne Pat O’Brien Jordan Patty Matthew Fitzpatrick Ben Stoios Ethan Turner Matthew Brown Dave Briscoe Matthew Despott Ben McMillan Adam Imber Mikhal Secoulidis Nikko Arrias Craig Moloney Zac Wilson Brayden Monk Nick Xhristou Jayme Lawson Tyler Crennan

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Diarmuid CooneyO’Donoghue Sam Dalton Luke Edwards Mike Matters Calum Ryan Angelo Garcia Luke Baker Oscar Zimmerman Evan Evagora Edward Bryan Sawyer Josh James Steinfort Jordan McDonald Jacob Fraser Joe Hill Orien Pledger Otto Ishak Harrison Simcoe Jules Meltzer Nic Gibbons Nathan Lingris David Herbert Dylan Leech Sam Lynch Fragos Omar Sam Gill Bryce McAdam Finn Kinsella Aiden Tregillis Jocob McCormack Kai Menzies

Sponsors Clifton Hill/North Fitzroy Community Bank - Bendigo Bank

Charlie Logan Sam Flavell Keegan Stewart Tom Stewart Lachlan Kellock George Tselios George Berry Asher Burstin Liam Bourke Daniel Meddings Hugh Goodfellow Lewis Palmer Lachy Holmes Daniel Goldberg Steve Hood Josh Steiger Drew Dickson Lachlan Gallop Tom Jordan Josh Pavlou Jackson Small Jordan Ceglar James Easton Andrew Clark Aaron Bearman Jacob Stone Daniel Gray Damien Simic Hayden Stewart Travis Mudra Jeremy Anderson Jonathan Mackay Tom Green Tristan Hocking David Postma Campbell Vince Darby Edgeworth Jake Griffin Liam Gleeson Hayden Cloke

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Matthew Dickie Darcy Ballard Sam Chitty (C) Joshua Gray Adam Knight (C) Jordan Atwell Corey Peele Charlie Dillon Chris Welch Jake Stent-Powell Max Nixon Jackson Boland Nathan Ng Kobi Delaney Sean Hendricks Jacob Crowley Luke Morgan Christopher Stielow Antony McNeil Lewis Emmerson Mac O’Donnell Dylan Glascott George Billings Jack Dunstan Alex Taylor-Hirst Matthew Horton Leigh Jenkins Luke Symons Thomas Larter Sean DeAmicis William McGowan Joshua Whelan James Everest Andrew Stewart Jesse Waters Kane Bode Jordan Russell Jack Edwards

Collegians

Marcellin

Old Carey

Old Trinity

Mazenod

Coach: Rob Ferguson, Mark Louis Assistants: Alan Solomon

Coach: Jordan Wise Assistants: Brandon Watson

Coach: Michael Tarrant Assistants: Rob O’Hern, Bruno Consalvo

Coach: Speros Beasley Assistants: Peter Yeoman

Coach: Gerry Noone Assistants: Peter Riley, John Cincotta, Tony Masters

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Andrew Sloan Brodie Easton Alex Richardson Lachlan Macleod Charlie Cousins Lucas Stanboultgis Cameron Wallace James Gaff Harry Maxwell Corey Jackson Charlie Wood Christian Virgona Robert Cumming Lee Andrianakis Matt Patroni Toby Wooldridge Dan O’Connell Hugh Moran Marcus Cushen Alexander Moshovelis Alister Dickson Nick Anderson Ander Martin Matthew Prentice Matt Driver Freddie Cator Spencer Cambridge Nick Andrews Guy Dickson Tim Laidlaw

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Nick Pearce (VC) Mark Yeoman Tom Bennett Chris Hargreaves (DVC) Sebastian Nicolosi Will Cooper Edward Beasley (C) Darcy White James Taylor Michael Azarnikow (DVC) Bill Syme VC Chris Yapanis Tim Constantinou Eddie Plant Mackenzie Brown Alex Heuston Alex Syme Ted Mitchell Christos Manoussakis Harry Aikman Duncan Moore Ben Hansen Alex Contos Angus Milham Christos Manoussakis Louis O’Connor Hugh Boyle Taylor Gale James Spassopouols Chris Jackson Max Tomkinson Will Salmon Alex Hasiotis (C) Harry Moore Mitchell Bourke Sam Horsborough Scott Sarah Lachlan Evans

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Matthew ACCIARITO Mario APRILE Sean BICKERS Chris BRUNTON Jack CAMPBELL Tom CINCOTTA Patrick CINCOTTA Jarryd DIETZEL Julian DI NEZZA Andrew DI PETTA Stephen FORSTER Declan FOWLER James GROSSO Matthew HARRIS Daniel HAYES Dylan MASTERS Rob MC CARTHY Tim MC DONALD Nick MELENHORST Steven MYDARAS Patrick NOONE Francis PALLESCHI Jacob PAOLA Xavier PATTI Nick PECK Matthew PENNACCHIA Matthew RICHARDSON Sam RILEY Micheal SELVADURAI Luke STRUDWICK Joshua TROUNCE Chris URBAN Jake WALTON Adam WARD Joshua WHITE

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PEGS

Whitefriars

Old Xaverians (2)

Williamstown

Coach: James Saunders

Coach: Jeremy Freeman Assistants: Richard Baker & David Kelsey

Coach: Jacob Healy Assistants: Darcy Dempsey

Coach: Ross Cassidy Assistants: Steve Bratby

Timothy Anderson Jake Barr Joshua Beard John Belst Hugh Braden Chris Caminiti Jackson Consiglio Robert Crimmins Alexander Cutri Hayden Federico Thomas Ferris Nicholas Karikas Durai Karthik Jackson Lanting Michael Lepa Conor Luxmoore Jack Macquire Marcus Mangiafico Mitchell Miller David Mundi Thilen Naidoo Matthew Nola Alexander Persano Nicholas Price Adam Reidy-Croft Tyla Sandiford Matthew Semini Jack Stevenson Liam Sutawan Dean Tarquinio Ben Tomasiello Jack Williams Jordan Williams

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Mitchell MALT Sean CURRIE Tom LEWIS Luka DI FABIO Ben DI PIETRANTONIO Ciaran HICKEY Michael CERAVOLO Tim NILSSON Luke GALTIERI Nicholas ADAM Nicholas HEE Daniel NILSSON Declan POWER Tim BAKER Matthew GASOWSKI Jason SPENCER Eamon GILBERT Jack HARDY Bryan DINH Lachlan TUKE Anthony GIULIANO Timothy PETTS Daniel DE ANGELIS Matthew PERRIN Ben KELSEY Alex HAYES Taylor BATTISTA Tomas CONDON Glenn IBBOTT Benjamin TATTERSON Evan KALCOVSKI James ALLEMAND Nick SAYERS Daniel JEAN Matthew CIARDULLI Jonathan DELLER Matthew SCANNELL Kane SARDI Nicholas WRIGHT

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Oliver Keogh Sam Lefebvre Sam Forrest Ryan Gallagher Nathan Calabro Hugo Denton Andy Cannon Jimmy Forrest Tim Fenton John Donohoe Ben Steedman Fontios Keramitsis Lachie DiPierdomenico Liam Gostencnik Harry Sleeman Tom Harrison Lewis Donoghue Max Elliott Pete Murray Fletcher Nugent Will McClusky Anthony Ongarello Simon Love Matt Owen Daniel Hermans Liam Toohey Luke Bosnar Matt Unger Ben Dalbosco Aidan Cotchett Tom Negri Julian Kaldawi Jack Silk Bart Vaughan Will Vogue Tom Beaton James Samartzis Nicholas Ferrari Michael Cain Josh Smith Liam Tobin Matt Sitch Henry Cookesley Sam McFadyen Daniel Pasquirello Mitch Grusauskas Tom Bergin Zack Panj

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Jack Peace Yuma Hemphill Jackson Pennington Sam McHugh Tom Gill Robert Chan Robert Jansen Trent Dimitriou Sean Mcvernon Paul Cuttajar-Milosev Bill Mcrae Reuben Slaney Vincent Di Lorenzo Baxter Callan Matthew McLaughlin Hayden Barnett Ryan Joy Nathan Bratby Luke Micallef Nicholas Green John Dawson Russell Ackerly Matthew Morris Tim Ball Shahn Beasley Tyron Boorman Edward Bordas Mati Christikakis Jack Connolly Jayden Costello George Daaboul Ben Deller Nicholas Ebinger Bill Fithall Joel Hogarth Tom Johnstone Mitchell Knight Matthew McCartney Jake Muddle Mitchell Parkinson Sam Raunic Johnny Ross Austin Slaney Tom Szanyi Darcy Wall

Northern Blues

Old Camberwell

AJAX

Old Geelong

Coach: Dean Delle-Vergini

Coach: Andrew Tsindos

Coach: Adam Sacks Assistants: Danny VanAken

Coach: Dan O’Brien & Steve Lansdell

Lachlan Holmes (C) Jake Powell Josh Sims Damon Marcon Mark Cigagna (C) Jimmy Drakopoulos Matthew Edwards Liam Burns Jordan Hull Adrian Fontana Jacob Moller Matthew Ryan Olsen Clark Samuel Santomartino Gerard Sutton Joel Simmons Moustafa Hammoud Reed Jepson James King Will Barbour Damien Delle-Vergini Paul Sansonetti Harry Manaras Christian Useinov Abdul Allouche Adrian Chiodo Jordan Zayat Hass Al Ameddine Moussa Sleiman Paul Steinicke Tom Hughes Carl Tickner Josh Rentos Adrian Gonnella

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Bryce Frattin Oliver Lloyd Matthew Todd Louis Campbell Junjie Yang Alexander Taverner Harley Donnellen Jimmy Wilson Shane Gray Charlie Urwin Sam Boyce Michael Troy Mathew Vogel Michael Lam Andrew Parker Robert Vienet Harry Crothers Zachary Weightman Aidan Clarke Michael Hook Christian Gorman Stephen Joyce Xavier Troy Tom Sheehan Jordon Doddridge Jarome Whitchurch Patrick Mitchell James Wilson Andrew Kennedy Michael Jenkin William Keeran Max Van de Garde Matthew Knight William McDonald Scott Schipper

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Jeremy Forbes Brandon Joel (C) Daniel Janover-Rocha Hunter Weeden Dylan Rothschild (DVC) Oliver Hoffman Jordan Lipton Noah Keddie Adam Lerner Justin Berkowitz Jayden Yarrow Jordan Bade-Boon (VC) Daniel Cohen Alex Eidelman Jess Broons Josh Rechtman Orren Chabbat Josh Kalmus Tom Rogers Daniel Goodman Jono Goldberg Ben Sher Jordan Rubinstein Nick Lewis Ben Schwarz Dean Rotenberg Justin Yarrow Andrew Thurin Stephen Lustig

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Charles Burbury James Habla Harry Bales George Macdonald Will Evans David Coward Josh Sumura Rory Vocale Will Holmes Henry Byrne Edward Manton Charles Youngman Josh McLennan Tom Wigan Blair Keys Ben Thomson Charlie Coburn Sam Youngman Harry Graham Zac Carroll Alex Carroll Hamish MacMillan Will Lugg Richard Baylis Matthew Allen Oscar Robinson Jock Grimshaw Luke Clancy Hugh McKay Harry Baylis

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Ivanhoe

Old Ivanhoe

MHSOB

Therry / Penola

Coach: Dale Andersen Assistants: Matthew Kelly 1 James Berry 2 Harry Shill 3 Steven Kenworthy 4 Sam Nicholls 5 Dimitri Siapkas 6 Jordan White 7 Ben Traeger-Haig 8 Samuel Somers 9 James Reid 10 Nick Jackson 11 Brendan Gillen 12 Daniel Secatore 13 Hamish Melville 14 Tiv Singland 15 Tim Witherow 16 Matisha Vidyaratne 17 Joe Fisscher 18 Keelan Hartnett 19 Sean Corrigan 20 Michael McKinna 21 Alex Woltering 22 Sam Nicholls 23 Ashleigh Smallman 24 Tyson George 25 Luke Pannunzio 26 Andrew Broadstock 27 Jeremy Faris 28 Dasun Opanayaka 29 Dilshan Mendis 30 Jarrod Nugara 31 Lachlan Knowles 32 Lachy Grant 33 Nick Brown 34 Pravin Chelvan 35 Lachlan King 36 Matt Hutson 37 Will Russell 38 Nicholas Xanthopolous 39 Jayden Kerr 40 Marcus Duff 41 Michael Knott 42 Joe Cahill 43 Jai Corbett 44 Alex McTaggart 45 Matt Henley 46 James Young 47 Will Uren 48 Alex Spencer 49 Lachie Howes 50 Jackson Heggarty 51 Jarrod Nugara 52 Harry Shill 53 Sudish Perera 54 Zac Connelly 55 Joel DiMartino 56 Josh Spazevski 57 Andy Nguyen

Coach: Adam Wright Assistants: Bill Emerson

Coach: Chris Branigan Assistants: Brad Shadbolt

Coach: Mark Elder

Coach: L.Hollow Assistants: Rod Egglestone

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Alex Purtell Stefan Zervides James Lagreca William Emerson Andrew Dimopoulos Zac Mowat Sam Nix Charlie Robinson Lewis Minney Stefan Bettiol Daniel Jones Benjamin Grigg Jack Normand Dylan Craig-Darroch Patrick Benson Keke Blackmore-Moore David Ioannou William Cuthbert Joshua Harbottle Mitchell Rees Ed Robinson Max Post Nathan Zervides Alex Gibson Ben McGregor James Schaffert James Robertson Cameron Bath

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Josh Begeman Liam Oliver Murray White Blake Carpenteri Anthony Stenta Domenic Inglese John Apostolopoulos Chris Sarthou Nick Kenyon-Smith Max Kirwan Patrick Walsh Ross Eckersley Nick Clohesy Branden Lee Richard Skok Matthew Broughan Daniel Langford Matthew LaSelva Michael Pierce Gianni Mancuso Callum Matheson Alec Steinicke Sam Wilcox Nick Kalfas Jordan Stanton Nathan Valkanis Chris Jowett Nick Harding Henry Gibbs Simon MacKenzie Nick Marshall

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Jerome Ah-Kan (DVC) Adam Ashton Riley Batchelor Nick Clampett Robert Clements Will Colman Marco Dogliotti Jake Duell Osman El Souki Tom Fernie Sam Hayes (C) Michael Hughes Albert Kuang (DVC) Alex Manteit Mike Manteit James Mcdonagh Mohamad Merhi Paul Niklas Jason Pollock Athan Sgardelis Sam Shearer (VC) Zac Smooker (VC) Ben Steiner Anthony Tran Andrew Wheelahan Jackson Wood

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Keelan Biddlestone Hamish Donohue Anthony Tana Aiden McIntyre Sean Rees Sean O’Sullivan Nathan Clark Joel Costello Ethan Daley Jackson Brown Mitchell Keogh Shae Tatlock Jonathon Tonna Will McIntosh Louis Taylor Gavin Mott Brock Egglestone Darcy Ryan Phouc Nguyen Sam Califore James Burt Connor Kilbane Jacob Gough Chris Skapetis Jackson Mansbridge Michael Jacobson

East Ivanhoe

Proudly part of Bendigo and Adelaide Bank

La Trobe

Old Westbourne

St Mary’s /Salesian

Old Paradians

St Bernard’s (2)

Coach: Zoron Colovic

Coach: Trevor Davies

Coach: Rohan Tainton

Coach: Ian Fairley

Coach: Trevor Doody Assistants: Rohan Vahland

Joshua Hickey Thomas Williams Ashley Rae Matthew Stringer Richard Tran Darcy Ingram Iryoung Fan Michael Larcombe Mark O’Brien Dominic Moore Thomas Toohey Dylan Grady Gareth Lingham Braden Brown Edward McKenzie Patrick Hughes Declan Ryan Nicholas Stephens Luke Fraser Tom Quirk

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Tate Stiles Richard Draghiciu Scott Ryan Adam Scarpino Jaiden Dineen Hayden Innacone Nathan Borg Cody Harkin Josh Stephens Jared Salloum Abdullah Mohamed Daniel Bean Blake Germon Justin Damons Harley Tunnicliffe Alex Di Gregorio Matthew Duong Michael Bresnan Ashley Collins Ashley Gallina Jake Millsom Mattew Accetta Paul Smith Nathan DiBlasi

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Wilson Chen Ben Andrews Kyle Buchanan Matt Curtain Reubin Williams Danny Zacharopoulos Jeremy Newton Ben Johnston Nick Curwood Alexander Bussell Ananath Pathirana Alexander DeVries Darcy Betts Andrew Morris Byrnes Jack Lachie Pattison Matthew Howard Dayne Schipper Jack Brennan Matt Mace Dylan Gook Clem McInness Cambell Gibbs Cambell Walsh Lachlin Power Louie Holmes Kyle Duerdin Harry Meiselbach Nick Ludwig Hugh Brooks Alistar Mcpherson Hugh McMahon Tom Fly

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Jason Allcock Rhys Heenan Wade Dawson Robert McHugh Corey Gibbons Sean Money Andrew Gafa Alessio Paoli Adam Raffa Marcus Nolan William Gilmore Sam Di Placido Matthew Kolotylo © Nicholas Kolotylo Trent Dimasi Nathan Fraser Nathan Cecchin Mitchell Meka Dean Brown William Beck Josh Xerri Robert Lee Sean Smith Jonah Taylor Ricky Ross Liam Vincent Basil Psarakos Matthew Biviano Bevan Herbertson

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Patrick Comerford Thomas Hanmer Lachlan Clarke Patrick Maloney Matt Bergen Jack Holland Mitchell Hughes Ben Hedley James Oruba Taylor Devers Chris Hughes Mitchell Cobby Liam McIntyre Michael Dillon Timothy O’Sullivan Michael Farrant Aidan O’Connor Callum O’Sullivan Patrick O’Sullivan Will Paszynk Jack Howard James Ford Harrison Firth Joshua Hedley Frazer Gatens Claude Issa Daniel Mighell Stefan Piantella Sean O’Keeffe Jeremy Sullivan Thomas Riley Sami Sir Seamus Webb Daniel Maloney Daniel Moloney Josh Turville Seamus Whelan Tristan Doody Jake Bromley Matt Peart

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Monash Blues

Hampton Rovers

Peninsula

De La Salle (2)

Coach: Michael Pettingill

Coach: John Cesario Assistants: Peter Rogerson

Coach: Theo Messinis

Coach: Michael Hogan Assistants: Warren Wheatley

Ben Amberg Tim Berenyi (Co C) Jesse Bouma Arran Brady Jesse Buncle Josh Byrne Christopher Cameron, James Chiefalo Cameron Davey Hayden Davies Tom Duffy (Co C) Lance Hammond Andrew Hawes Peter Hosri Jonathan Liberis Angus McCashney Martin Newman Calvin Oppy Sudish Perera Nick Petering Chris Prendergast Justin Reimers-Smith Nicholas Schade Drew Silk Ryan Smith Nasser Sultani Massaud Wahab Jacke Wilson Hirush Yapa

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Sam Care Jack Campion Lachlan Edgar Joel Emmins Tim Hickox James Massey Luke Morcom Nathan Mullenger Mario Papotto Henry Pryde Christopher Rees-Jones Alex Roney Jackson Sainty Matthew Taylor Gregory Thompson Jay Dillon Jack Zaina Nick Schouten James Short Karl Amon Luke Verma Tim Jones Campbell Jones Bryce Pewtress

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Sam Glenn Mitch Glenn James Moignard Jack Miers Tom La Brooy George Fletcher Harry Featherby Nick Owens Jack Stannus Tom Malan Leon Newton Pat Healy Michael Wilson Milaan Lottering Seb Barbour Alex Marshall Rory Farrell James Sinclair Jordan Boak Jason Anthony Nick Messinis Jeremy Gleeson Andrew Hochegger Tom Feldgen Alex Stock Jordan Pomeroy Lachlan Costello Samuel Harrison

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Dylan Kelly Hamish Curtis Patrick O’Brien William Agar Jonathon Dujcinovic Liam Feather Tim Shallue Aaron Hay Matthew Mullaly Lachlan Carracher Thomas Still Xavier Leonard Damon Grant Darcy Craig Elliot Holden Jackson Wheeler Nicholas Halliday Brett Cranage Daniel Anastasio James Dennehy Jack Hanley Conrad Lucas Ashley Munday Ben Jobling Michael Harris-Joffe Matthew Howard Thomas Fisher Todd Richardson Jake Pirovano

St Bedes / Mentone Tigers (2) Coach: Michael McGettigan 1 4 4 5 6 6 7 9 14 15 17 18 19 19 20 21 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 28 30 31 31 33 33 37 37 39 43 44 45 48 54 61 62 63 67 74

Michael O’Connor Brenton Schubert Corey Michaud Alex Cross Alex Whelebone Matthew Caia Jack Pollard Ben Nicoll James Symons Charles Kinsey James Dalzotto Taylor Gogerley Juy Capp Fin Neaves Morgan Hampton Brayden O’Toole Tom Dwyer Daniel Maloney Mitchell Kent Jordan Pastura Ben Wighton Jack Beckwith Tim Jeans Cameron Antunicco Jamie Popaz Tom McMahon Liam Hard Steven Lay Trent Pastura Declan Hampton Pat Hurst Jordan Bichsel Aaron Hodges Jack Bower Matt Hoy Jack O’Kearney Chris McCready David Goodchild William Lawrence Kiean Harbis Matthew Powell Kerwin Cafun Tom Chesters

Beaumaris (2)

Parkdale (2)

Ormond

Oakleigh

Old Mentonians

Coach: Mick Carty

Coach: Ned Harding

Coach: David Robbins

Coach: Dave White Assistants: Mark Cooke Adam Abel

Coach: Cameron Jones Assistants: Sven Samild

Matthew Williams Elliott Harris Tom Zanca Sam Burke Matt Zagni Matt Lovejoy Rhys Pierce Alex Smout Todd Douglass Ryan Keating Lachie Topp Adam Tanzimat Jack Gabron Uhe Daniel Crowe Tom Perkin Taylor Grace Jack Grange Jarryd Pemberton Kyle McDonagh Neil McKenzie David Brearley Luke Edmondson Harrison Stewart Alex Shulman Chris Baum Richard Ryan Lucas Kelly Jordan Thompson Sam Bennett Michael Snowden Nathan Smith Athan Aridas Matt Banhum Andrew Watson James Colyvan Alex Wearne Nate Moffett Jake Bloomer Greg Pearson Brandon Crimmins Lachlan Beatie-Powell David Brearley Damien Johns Mitchell Petzke James Carcassi Liam Brennan (C) Cal Griffiths Sam Gibbons Jason Murray Joe Considine

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Dean Hollingsworth Antony McNeil Luke Symons Matthew Podesta George Billings Sam Taylor Mitchell Donald Joshua Whelan Rick Sanders Samuel Boyd Sam Lowis Angelo Madafferi Dylan Langford Joel Hollingsworth Mark Russell Alexander Taylor-Hirst Jesse Andrews Sean De Amicis Braithwaite Michael Heath Grant-Clarke Leigh Jenkins Bradley Austin Corey Peele Thomas Rayner Dyllan Andrews Matt McDonald Josh Vitiritti Billy Cross Luke Ellis Zac Nanos Kobi Delaney Jarrod Dobler Kurt Dyson Joshua Gray Russell Jordan

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Nick Ward Jordan Tabakman Sam Blandford Nick Topakas Jerome Keast Chris Hecker Ethan Smith Matthew Saunders, Sam Holton Ed Scanlan Jeremy Simon Nick Curwood Sam Stait Liam Adlington Jack Meeking Lachlan Hine Keith Allen

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Chris Grant Joed Cook Jake Benoiton(VC) Michael Tate(C) Blake Grizzell Aaron Cloke(VC) Matthew Aranha Alex Seremalis Andrew Mase Tim Michael Jake Lever Jack Davidson Tex Minchin(VC) Nick Guerin Zach Pearce-Thomas Liam Gillard(VC) Luke Pappon Samuel Ciavarella Tom Nolan Scott Murray Zac Barrett Asseeb Osmani Ben Still Patrick Curtain Christopher Pearson Andrew Weymouth Kaelem Bradley Clinton Pinney Mason Ansell Wilson Jones Kyle Schmauder Austin Deneys Luke Daidone Tom Perrett Liam Signoretti Matt Jackson James Grigoriou Chris Vasil Oran Greenway

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James McNeil Mitchell Adams Lewis Oliver James Aridas Calum Fryer Tristan Broadway Chris Minton Will Carvill Nick Huttley Jackson Kornberg Sam Fletcher Clinton Johnstone Jack Ahdore Jacob Paul Lachlan Owen Comery Edgeworth Steve Dellora Rob Tunbridge Connor Downie Taylor Jenkins Ben Rossi Billy Chapman Alex Mok Lachlan Mirams Dallas Sather Braden Engelbogen Ishane Panagoda Tim Wilton Haydn Murrell Chris Kennedy Daniel Maitland Jack Harrison Andrew Rayment

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celebrate at the same time. Great food and wine. Tomorrow we tackle the mighty Alpe itself and complete the same loop as Thursday’s Tour de France stage.

MILESTONES A few umpires clicked over big milestones last weekend, so we’d like to congratulate them. The first one as mentioned last week was Anthony Damen. The second year goal umpire reached game 500 last week and was overwhelmed with the guard of honour given to him by the Old Scotch and De La Salle players as he entered the oval. He’d like to thank them all for such a memorable day. Rob Parry waved the flags in his 250th game last weekend finally after a bit of an interrupted career. Well done Rob, and a big thanks to the AJAX people for presenting him the signed match ball. Club XVIII legend Jamie Gunn clocked up 350 in the second of his two games last weekend. Gunny’s always prepared to put up his hand and help where necessary. Wish we had more like him. Well done to all of you. NEW UNIFORM The new uniform is a smart looking piece of apparel; one noticeable feature is the VAFAUA logo on the top of the shirt. This logo transforms the look of our umpires from behind; it gives the umpires either a mullet or pony tail look. This only sticks out with umpires who have hair, so sorry Macca, Chillie and AD nothing is going to help your cause. TOUR DE TEMPS A quick update from goal umpire Graham Templar who is currently enjoying life as part of the support crew on the Tour de France.“Bonjour everyone from sunny France. Hope you are all freezing you socks off. After a marathon trip we are installed near the mighty Alpe d’Huez. The place is rocking and full to the brim with cycling fans, especially Dutch nut cases. Heineken is out and Jupiler is the beer of choice.So far we have done lots of driving, scouting our various rides, but today we rode the incomparable double...the Col de Telegraph and the Col du Galibier, 32kms of climbing to a height of 2645m. The reward was 44 kms of descending. Being the national holiday - Bastille day - we were forced to refuel and 52

WOMENS ROUND We celebrated Womens Round recently, and with the AFL two of our ladies were given the fantastic opportunity to run a womens game on the MCG. Field umpire Alex Anthony was joined by Shannon Kirkby on the boundary as Melbourne took on the Western Bulldogs. Alex tells us about her experience. “On Saturday 29th June I had the fantastic opportunity to field umpire in the curtain raiser match to the Melbourne vs. Western Bulldogs match out on the MCG. The game was being played between two women’s footy teams made up of the best 50 female footballers in the country, who were selected through a draft to represent Melbourne and Western Bulldogs on the night. Also umpiring in the field and boundary were 9 other umpires from the Female Umpiring Academy, including another VAFA umpire Shannon Kirkby; while the goal umpiring was being shared between two other girls and AFL goal umpire Chelsea Roffey. After coming home from an U/19 match in the morning, I had a chance to have a look at the papers, and after reading Sam Lane’s front-page article about women’s football it dawned on me what an important moment for women’s footy this match was, as the first AFL sanctioned match for women, and hopefully the beginning of big things for women’s footy. Realising what an historic moment I was about to take part in only increased my excitement, which had already been enormous just at the prospect of being able to umpire out on the home of footy at the MCG.

PRE-FINALS DINNER REMINDER Don’t forget our big dinner which is at the “G” on Monday August 26th. Stay tuned to our website or contact Russell Davidson for further details. Details of the guest speaker will be announced soon. But there are plenty of awards handed out on the night as well, these are: - Most Improved Field Umpire - Most Improved Boundary Umpire - Most Improved Goal Umpire - Golden Whistle Award

- Young Achiever Award - Best First Year umpire - Andy Carrick Award - Bob Dunstan Award.

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IT’S GOOD TO BE BACK How good was it to have footy back? After a weekend off to refresh and get ready for the last six rounds, the home stretch is fast approaching. It is repetitive that this column each highlights the magnificent performance of one team, but Kew AGAIN excelled against a disappointing Richmond Central outfit by 125 points. With only four behinds to their name by ¾ time, Central’s inability to score - due to the Giants strong defensive pressure - cost them dearly. Tyler Hayward had four goals for the victors, whilst Nick Willis was best for the Central. Another big victory at home to Point Cook against UHS-VU who provided a good contest right up to half time as they only trailed by three points, then the Bulldogs kicked away in the second half. The 74 point victory was beneficial for the victors to ensure their firm hold on their current third position. Alex Grigg had a day out with six goals for the Bulldogs. It was a tight contest down at Fearon Reserve between second placed Werribee and fourth placed Williamstown CYMS, and it lived up to it’s expectations. With the match neck and neck st half time the Tigers came out firing in the second half, kicking four goals to two and claimed the victory away from home by 22 points. St Mary’s Salesian had good win on their home turf against a slowly improving Collegians. The Saints played their ground well and were rewarded on the scoreboard, despite some inaccurate kicking. Win provides a boost of confidence over the next few weeks and they are still in the hunt for a top 4 spot.

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U18 — TIPS IN BOLD (YEARS TOTAL 38 / 79%) Collegians v Williamstown CYMS Kew v Point Cook St Mary’s/Salesian v Werribee Richmond Central v St Bernards UHS VU v BYE

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Kew AFC 6.3, 10.7, 15.11, 20.16 (136) Richmond Central AFC 0.2, 0.2, 0.4, 1.5 (11) GOALS, Kew AFC: T. Hayward 4, J. Guerin 3, J. Thompson 3, C. Spencer 2, C. Quinlivan 2, T. Laughlin 2, J. Weightman 1, B. Van Leeuwen 1, T. Barbera 1, B. Hudson 1 Richmond Central AFC: N. Willis 1 BEST, Kew AFC: M. Jeffery, J. Dale, C. Quinlivan, D. Sketcher, T. Hayward, J. Guerin Richmond Central AFC: T. Harvey, N. Brown, J. Lee, D. Curnow, H. Binios, R. Ergul St Mary’s Salesian 2.1, 5.5, 6.10, 8.11 (59) Collegians 1.3, 3.3, 3.6, 3.8 (26) GOALS, St Mary’s Salesian: D. Ryan 3, T. Keys 2, L. Moreen 2, S. Ganambarr 1 Collegians: M. Irvine 1, N. Gordon 1, M. Mandile 1 BEST, St Mary’s Salesian: D. Grant, C. Angley, B. Monaco, T. Pepperell, J. Byrnes, T. Keys Collegians: M. Gregory, C. Collins, H. Hawkins, C. Mark, N. Gordon, M. Irvine Point Cook AFC 3.3, 4.5, 10.9, 16.10 (106) UHS-VU AFC 1.1, 4.2, 5.2, 5.2 (32) GOALS, Point Cook AFC: A. Grigg 6, L. Rappazzo 4, K. Mayne 4, J. Evangelidis 1, C. Day 1 UHS-VU AFC: M. Walsh 2, J. Redden 1, L. Grant 1, O. Boru 1 BEST, Point Cook AFC: J. Aquilina, A. Grigg, K. Mayne, L. Rappazzo, B. Foley, R. Matthews UHS-VU AFC: O. Boru, M. Legudi, T. McMahon, J. Redden, A. Ausage, N. Perica Werribee Districts 2.2, 4.4, 7.9, 8.14 (62) Williamstown CYMS 2.0, 3.2, 4.2, 6.4 (40) GOALS, Werribee Districts: A. Gatty 2, B. Doyle 1, K. Delaney 1, C. Yeoell 1, J. Kaklikos 1, T. Mallia 1, M. Defina 1 Williamstown CYMS: L. Micallef 2, D. Wall 1, P. Cutajar-Miloser 1, D. Sulejmani-Blackwell 1, J. Slee 1 BEST, Werribee Districts: K. Delaney, M. Thar, C. Yeoell, B. Parker, J. Borg, B. Doyle Williamstown CYMS: W. Fithall, D. Schwarze, L. Mullen, J. Johnstone, B. Meadows, T. Purves

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Kew

Point Cook

St Bernards

Coach: Ben Mason

Coach: Ian Aitken Assistants: Myles Ashton

Coach: Glenn McAlpine Assistants: Wayne Gough, Paul Reardon, David Kip

Coach: Craig Connelly Assistants: Shane Denahy

Michael Irvine Linus Walsh Fergus Huntington Seamus Hobbs Alex Cullen Sam Porz Ross Katsambanis Michael Gregory Harry Hawkins James Dunn Eddie Rice Lachie Cooke Jamie Clarke Chris Mark Mitch Palmer Ash Walls Harry Butterss Seb Mundy Jake Kyroussis Jack Harris Tom Danks Alex Porz James Kenyon Smith Toby Benjamin Jaden Douglass Harry Wilson Harrison Sinclair Nimai Gordon Jimmy Benjamin Jordan Rettke Zach Grabovic Josh Dickinson Freddie Sullivan Lachie Peck Tom Madden Oscar Pearson

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Josh Weightman Kyle Margaritas Zac Jones Zan Simons Darcy Sketcher Corey Quinlivan Jake Chesson James Thompson Grant Filsell Jono Benson Sam Nicholson Ethan Murray Tim Laughlin Tyler Hayward Josh Fidanza Billy Shute Mitch Walch John O’Keefe Cal Spencer Mick Kinsella Tieren Barbera Blake Van Leeuwen Jai Lane Marshall Sadikin Matt Jeffrey Jett Guerin Jordy Henman Max Waters Jono Thornley Brandon Droessler Jayden Barker Rob Maibaum Liam Kinsella Chris Simons Blair Hudson Joel Dale

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Josh Crofton Brandyn Foley Matthew Volk Cody Day Daniel Hird Nicholas Ezard Mason Kip Liam MacGibbon Andrew Gough Kurt Mayne Callum Morrison Alex Grigg Aaron Sagona Luke Rappazzo Zac Harrington James Aquilina Daniel Duskovic Matthew Barnes Robbie Milne Patrick Kerr Josh Evans Ashley Gauci Ashton Cook Dillon Van Der Putten Riley Matthews Mitchell Pruscino Liam Gilbee

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St Mary’s Salesian Coach: Michael Learmonth Assistants: Mitch Op’t Hoog

Jonathan Ayres Jed Carey Lachlan Clark Edward Connelly Anthony Dillon Thomas Donohoe Jack Firth James Ford Frazer Gatens Chris Gavaghan Thomas Howard Jack Howard Will Isaacs Bomani Jackson Max Jaggard Jake Jones Nick Larkin Dan Mighell Adam Mulkearns Ben Nathan Zach O’Halloran Pat O’Sullivan James Oruba Daniel Parkes James Riley Tom Saundry Michael Sauro Lachlan Sullivan Chris Tormey Josh Wallis Liam Whelan Seamus Whelan Rhyen Woods Sam Woods

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Lindsay Moreen Daniel Ryan Danny Zacharopoulos James Curwood Darcy Grant Jeremy Newton Ben Johnston Darcy Grant Nick Curwood Luke Devereuz Matthew Howard Cory Hutchinson Angus Ife Charlie Angley Matt Mace Nat Edwards Ollie Baxter Nathan Evans Shane Baykai Nathan Phillips Tom Keys Cambell Walsh Tim Pepperell Kurt Brauns Louie Holmes Will Douglas Jesse Dragonetti Lorenzo Bukulatjpi Hugh Brooks Alistar Mcpherson Hugh McMahon Shane Baykai

UHS-VU

Werribee Districts

Williamstown CYMS

Richmond Central

Coach: David Speedie Assistants: Greg Sutton

Coach: Stephen Frenkel

Coach: Bredan Cocks Assistants: Gregor Burgess

Coach: Louie Binios Assistants: Reg Hickey

Connor Walsh Cal Aristotle Tom McMahon Nick Wallace Jack Sutton Myles Legudi Daniel Aiton Marcus Walsh Anthony Ausage Tom McAll Nick Perica James Healey(C) Omar Boru Nick McMahon Toby Kruisheer Michael Healey Thomas Cheyne Lachie Mitchell Finn Devlin Ezza Ramsey Fred Cawte Ray Hassan James Gosling Lloyd Grant Matthew Malia

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Mason Frenkel Sarian Scarlett-Long Mitch Thar Dan Stois Tim Malia John Kaklikos James Borg Zac McMillan Aaron Gatty Kieran Delaney Nick Holdsworth Zane Goetz Hamish Keogh Brayden Monk Jordan Patty Anthony Limina Callum Lawson Jacob Russell Matthew Defina Brandon Doyle Max Gundy Alex Court Brendan Parker Ethan Henley Connor Yeoull Patrick Esposito Aaron Pogerzelski Anthony Daw Jarrod Stewart

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Paul Cuttajar-Milosev Vincent Di Lorenzo Hayden Barnett Luke Micallef Nicholas Green John Dawson Matthew Morris Tim Ball Edward Bordas Tyron Boorman Liam Cavarra Jack Connelly Brendan Dawson Ben Deller Daniel Di Lorenzo Nicholas Ebinger Damon Falzon Tim Farrugia Bryson Ford Kai Harty James Hazeldine Jesse Johnstone Tom Johnstone Wade Mcewan Jake Muddle Luke Mullen Mitchell Parkinson Tim Purvis Sam Raunic Johnny Ross Darcy Schwarze Matthew Singleton Austin Slaney Jake Slee Caleb Taylor

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Zach Munnery Rifki Ergul Kaylem Lambrecht Benson Adams Thomas Harvey Jack Hendrich Rory Benson Hayden Binios Danny Baglava Chris Waiting Jayden Tran Emannuel Majok Gavin Kennedy Andrew Kelly Caleb Hounihan Chris Theodoridis Liam Laffey Jack Harvey Brad Katon Simon Hall Lorent Chitkrapong Ben Johnson Brendan Gallagher Ryan Armstead Tyson Wicks Ned Brown Michael Walsh Paul Johnson Jackson Lee Joshua Green Lewis Grieves Chris Christofi Nic Willis Dylan Curnow Nathan Coote

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RESULTS PREMIER THIRDS

LAST ROUND

Collegians 1.5, 6.8, 6.12, 9.13 (67) University Blues 2.2, 3.2, 7.3, 9.8 (62) GOALS, Collegians: J. Ashman 3, T. Cook 1, M. Parrent 1, G. Jones 1, A. Moore 1, N. Crema 1, C. Dunwill 1 University Blues: T. Ruggles 2, J. Hood 2, J. Wood 2, J. Clifford 1, J. Stevenson 1, D. Marshall 1 BEST, Collegians: N. Brown, M. Smith, N. Crema, P. Timms, N. Baxter, A. Moore University Blues: J. Cowland, J. Clifford, C. Pyke, B. McConnell, F. Mooney, D. Condon De La Salle 2.1, 3.5, 5.6, 9.7 (61) Old Scotch 2.3, 3.5, 5.6, 9.6 (60) GOALS, De La Salle: T. Naughtin 3, S. Hogan 1, E. Murphy 1, P. O’Connell 1, A. Kneebone 1, B. Close 1, M. Hamilton 1 Old Scotch: M. Chitham 2, M. Peric 2, T. Bowman 1, S. Stott 1, J. Voltscos 1, T. Hays 1, M. Morey 1 BEST, De La Salle: E. Murphy, B. Close, L. Godhino, D. Hyde, T. Naughtin, J. O’Connor Old Scotch: T. Bowman, T. Harkness, J. Daggian, A. White, T. Melville, R. Porter Old Xaverians 5.2, 8.7, 12.7, 14.8 (92) University Blacks 1.4, 6.6, 10.8, 13.12 (90) GOALS, Old Xaverians: University Blacks: J. Phibbs 3, J. Champion De Crespign 2, J. Clarke 2, R. Dunnett 1, M. Rees 1, E. Smelt 1, M. Witkowski 1, T. Brennan 1, S. Lewis 1 BEST, Old Xaverians: University Blacks: J. Champion De Crespign, J. Heeley, P. Aitken, T. Brennan, J. Cordner, S. Aldous St Bernards 0.0, 0.0, 0.0, 17.7 (109) Old Carey 0.0, 0.0, 0.0, 7.7 (49) GOALS, St Bernards: D. Ryan 9, D. Lamana 5, J. Bennie 1, C. Godfrey 1, J. Pignataro 1 Old Carey: D. Porter 1, M. Baker 1, N. Henry 1, S. Hassett 1, T. MacReady - Bryan 1, T. Wilkins 1, M. Hexter 1 BEST, St Bernards: M. McCann, J. Bye, D. Ryan, J. Evans, J. Bennie, M. Jaggard Old Carey: M. Hexter, T. Rule, M. Ramsay, S. Hassett, A. Alexander, T. Wilkins

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OLD MENTONIANS v. OLD IVANHOE Old Mentonians won by foreit. Marcellin 3.3, 5.7, 6.9, 10.16 (76) Pegs 3.2, 4.5, 6.7, 6.9 (45) GOALS, Marcellin: S. Ayoub 5, D. Cracknell 1, N. France 1, D. Isaac 1, M. Grigoruk 1, D. Juchnevicius 1 Pegs: BEST, Marcellin: S. Ayoub, M. Grigoruk, G. Petroff, N. France, H. Lee, L. Mc Cormack Pegs: MAZENOD v. ST KEVINS Mazenod 0.0, 0.0, 0.0, 24.8 (152) St Kevins 0.0, 0.0, 0.0, 9.3 (57) GOALS, Mazenod: C. Raine 6, A. Ciavarella 6, D. Rigg 2, D. Grant 2, N. Parry 1, D. Sheahan 1, D. Micallef 1, S. Paolucci 1, S. Veltman 1, D. Maskill 1, S. Micallef 1, G. Lofthouse 1 St Kevins: D. Bourke 7, F. Coloe 1, N. Packwood 1 BEST, Mazenod: A. Ciavarella, N. Meehan, D. Nisbet, C. Raine, D. Grant, D. Sheahan St Kevins: P. Rhodes, D. Bourke, R. Dicintio, H. Sestak, B. Hayes, M. Lew Peninsula 6.2, 9.8, 9.10, 13.11 (89) Old Camberwell 1.1, 3.4, 5.7, 9.8 (62) GOALS, Peninsula: J. Heron 4, A. Bouten 2, K. Krake 2, J. Bland 2, R. Laudani 1, M. Barron 1, W. Sansom 1 Old Camberwell: A. Mackenzie 2, N. Russell 2, M. Decarne 2, S. Freeman 1, B. Rogers 1, M. Le 1 BEST, Peninsula: J. Bland, J. Heron, A. Williams, W. Sansom, C. Miller, K. Krake Old Camberwell: S. Flanagan, Z. Kelly, A. Mackenzie, E. O’Donnell, N. Russell, P. Figueroa

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LAST ROUND

UNIVERSITY BLUES v. OLD XAVERIANS Old Xaverians won by foreit. St Kevins 5.10, 10.15, 16.18, 20.24 (144) Parkdale Vultures 0.0, 0.1, 2.4, 3.7 (25) GOALS, St Kevins: J. Mullen 4, D. Gibbs 3, J. McConville 3, S. O’Connor 2, J. Jolly 2, L. Meehan 2, B. Marchesani 1, J. Anthony 1, P. Murray 1, M. Cape 1 Parkdale Vultures: BEST, St Kevins: D. McFarlane, S. Schneider, J. Mullen, R. Short, L. Meehan, M. O’Neill Fitzroy 1.2, 3.5, 6.9, 14.13 (97) Old Trinity 1.2, 4.4, 5.7, 5.8 (38) GOALS, Fitzroy: J. Brotchie 6, J. Farrell 3, S. Pang 2, D. Temple 2, D. Ly 1 Old Trinity: G. Chadwick 1, N. Breheny 1, T. Mead 1, H. Gairns 1, E. MacDonald 1 BEST, Fitzroy: Old Trinity: N. Evans, T. McQuillen, J. Dell’Oro, C. Sparsi, G. Chadwick, J. Gillies OLD MELBURNIANS v. OLD BRIGHTON Old Melburnians won by foreit. Ajax 4.4, 7.6, 13.8, 19.12 (126) Old Haileybury 1.0, 3.1, 4.1, 5.4 (34) GOALS, Ajax: Z. Aron 4, J. Herz 3, Y. Gottlieb 2, J. Paneth 2, D. Kochen 2, E. Adelist 2, S. Tartaka 2, B. Jones 1, D. Jones 1 Old Haileybury: BEST, Ajax: M. Mochkin, J. Herz, Y. Gottlieb, J. Paneth, B. Jones, E. Adelist Old Haileybury:

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CLUB XVIII

Norm Nugent

THREE TO GO The closest match result this round was 20 points. There was six other winning margins over 50 points as well as a forfeit round which really revealed the comparative strength of many clubs.

REVIEW OF ROUND 12 SECTION 1 Prahran/ Assumption’s 180 point win over Old Geelong has made the OG’s finals aspirations very unlikely. For the Two Blues their duo of venerable veterans in Craig Berger and Mark Ploenges kicked eleven of their twenty four goals. Old Xaverians basked in the environs of their Alma Mater as they annihilated a struggling Monash Blues who scored only twice in reply to the Crocodiles fifty seven scoring shots. St Bernard’s won by forfeit against Fitzroy and De La Salle had the bye. SECTION 2 Bulleen Templestowe started their Club’s Family Day with a convincing 52 point win over Hampton Rovers. The revitalised Bullants did not look like a team at the bottom of the ladder as they went on their winning way. Undefeated leaders Hawthorn, were never in danger against Ormond who finished 82 points in arrears. Emmaus/ St Leo’s set up their win over Whitefriars with eight goals to one in the opening quarter. Emmaus/ St Leo’s went further ahead as the game progressed and eventually won by 153 points. Their forwards had a day out as Jonathan Greensides (9 goals) and the consistent, Mark Petryk with seven. Williamstown CYMS dominated against Therry Penola whose loss by 149 points has made their chances of reclaiming a final four berth unlikely. SECTION 3 Despite inaccuracy, the Dragons were able to defeat Masala by 30 points. Undefeated leaders Richmond Central led throughout their match against Eley Park and won by 33 points. University High School/ V.U.T defeated an inaccurate Kew by 20 points in the closest contest of the Round.

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vacation. Fitzroy face a torrid time against the Old Xaverians who are playing better each week and they are my selection. I select St Bernard’s to prove too strong for Old Geelong whose form has dropped over the past few weeks. Prahran/ Assumption has the bye. SECTION 1 TIPS IN BOLD (YEARS TOTAL 32 / 75%) De La Salle v Monash Blues Fitzroy v Old Xaverians St Bernards v Old Geelong Prahran Assumption v BYE

SECTION 2 Emmaus/ St Leo’s will be too strong for Williamstown CYMS who seemingly is going from strength to strength and with their multi pronged forward line. Traditional rivals Hampton Rovers and Ormond meet on the Boss James Reserve where, I suspect the Rovers will field a stronger side than that which lost last week, However victory is important to Ormond in their quest for finals action. When judged by the seasons statistics, the Ormond forward line should prove strong enough to kick the winning score. Despite their great win last week, I cannot see Bulleen Templestowe having the depth of talent necessary to inflict Hawthorn’s first defeat. Therry Penola should keep their finals’ aspirations flickering with a big victory over the struggling Whitefriars. SECTION 2 TIPS IN BOLD (YEARS TOTAL 38 / 79%) Emmaus/St Leos v Williamstown CYMS Hampton Rovers v Ormond Bulleen Templestowe v Hawthorn Therry Penola v Whitefriars

SECTION 3 Eley Park should continue on their winning ways by again defeating the Dragons. University High School/ V.U.T who make the long trip to play Masala and should win comfortably. Undefeated Richmond Central should win again against Kew. SECTION 3 TIPS IN BOLD (YEARS TOTAL 27 / 75%) Eley Park v Dragons Masala v UHS/VU Richmond Central v Kew

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LAST ROUND

Prahran Assumption 7.3, 14.9, 20.12, 24.13 (157) Old Geelong 1.0, 2.1, 4.1, 6.3 (39) GOALS, Prahran Assumption: C. Berger 7, M. Ploenges 4, S. Cooper 3, N. Gouin 3, D. Guengerich 2, B. Neasey 1, D. Byra 1, N. Keohler 1, D. McGrath 1, L. Farrell 1 Old Geelong: T. Bayles 3, M. Leslie 1, J. Robertson 1, A. Tyers 1 BEST, Prahran Assumption: M. Ploenges, D. Guengerich, C. Berger, J. Storer, L. Farrell Old Geelong: T. Botterill, C. Waters, E. Smith, A. Tyers, R. Malcolm, S. Caldow Old Xaverians 11.4, 25.7, 39.8, 42.15 (267) Monash Blues 0.0, 0.1, 0.1, 0.2 (2) GOALS, Old Xaverians: J. McDonnell 20, M. Green 4, A. Nolen 4, B. Kelly 3, N. Corcoran 3, J. Grigg 2, J. Silk 1, C. Nolan 1, N. Silk 1, C. Purss 1, A. Barrett 1, D. Higgins 1 Monash Blues: BEST, Old Xaverians: J. McDonnell, B. Kelly, N. Corcoran, M. Green, A. Barrett, T. O’Meara Monash Blues: N. Armstrong, A. Henry, L. Richardson, F. Faber, H. Drysdale, M. Stewart ST BERNARDS v. FITZROY St Bernards won by foreit.

CLUB XVIII (2)

LAST ROUND

Bulleen Templestowe 4.3, 7.7, 11.13, 14.15 (99) Hampton Rovers 2.0, 4.2, 4.2, 7.5 (47) GOALS, Bulleen Templestowe: A. Verga 3, M. Vergamalis 3, J. Florance 3, T. Matz 2, C. Smith 1, R. Verocchi 1, S. Tsakmakis 1 Hampton Rovers: BEST, Bulleen Templestowe: K. Smith, A. Parris, M. Daskalou, M. Tsakmakis, L. Omond, M. Vergamalis Hawthorn 5.5, 12.9, 17.14, 20.14 (134) Ormond 1.2, 4.4, 7.4, 7.10 (52) GOALS, Hawthorn: C. Higgins 5, C. Terzoglou 3, N. Criticos 2, A. Demetriou 2, J. Farah 2, N. Koukouras 2, C. Katsanevakis 2, T. Beech 1, D. Tyrrell 1 Ormond: C. Everett 3, D. Brosnan 2, M. Veal 1, J. Gates 1 BEST, Hawthorn: A. Stavridis, A. Demetriou, C. Terzoglou, J. Handford, C. Bubunaras, C. Higgins Ormond: C. Everett, D. Cleary, B. Hay, W. Sayce, J. Harry Emmaus St Leos 8.8, 11.13, 18.17, 26.27 (183) Whitefriars 1.2, 1.6, 3.6, 4.6 (30) GOALS, Emmaus St Leos: J. Greensides 9, M. Pietryk 7, M. Bickerdike 2, M. Wilkin 2, S. Jones 1, N. Chapman 1, C. McKenzie 1, D. Kelson 1, P. Farrelly 1, B. Walters 1 Whitefriars: B. Bucello 1, J. Hardy 1, M. Castricum 1, M. Pennycook 1 BEST, Emmaus St Leos: J. Greensides, B. Walters, M. Pietryk, S. Jones, O. Scott, D. Kelson Whitefriars: T. Mitchelmore, M. Pennycook, M. Roche, D. Kovacevic, J. Renfrey, S. Kemp Williamstown CYMS 8.4, 13.9, 20.15, 27.22 (184) Therry Penola 1.1, 3.2, 3.4, 5.5 (35) GOALS, Williamstown CYMS: M. Sultana 8, D. Whiteoak 6, M. Keating 3, M. Lishman 2, J. Willis 2, L. McKenzie 2, D. MacLeod 1, J. Street 1, H. Moore 1, D. O’Keeffe 1 Therry Penola: M. Helm 3, A. Rosso 1, P. Proy 1 BEST, Williamstown CYMS: T. Burns-Wallace, H. Moore, M. Sultana, D. Whiteoak, M. Lishman, C. Bergin Therry Penola: B. Wilson, M. Helm, C. Smith, N. Robinson, C. Contreras, J. Bibby

CLUB XVIII (3)

LAST ROUND

Dragons 1.6, 3.9, 8.11, 9.12 (66) Masala 2.1, 2.2, 3.3, 5.6 (36) GOALS, Dragons: J. Hong 1, P. Ho 1, D. Khan 1, R. Chan 1, D. Ang 1, H. Duman 1, B. Chen 1, K. Mert 1, K. Le 1 Masala: P. Kailasanathan 2, H. Mohammadi 1, L. Moyo 1, H. Lorenz-Daniel 1 BEST, Dragons: C. Nguyen, T. Nguyen, S. Le, A. Kizilis, P. Ho, H. Duman Masala: S. Harrop, J. Young, R. Harrop, S. Giritharan, D. Ham, H. Lorenz-Daniel UHS-VU 4.2, 7.5, 8.5, 12.6 (78) Kew 2.5, 3.10, 6.14, 7.16 (58) GOALS, UHS-VU: B. Fitzpatrick 4, S. Parker 2, H. Waterman 2, D. Keating 1, A. Hellner 1, M. Cannizzaro 1, M. Turvey 1 BEST, UHS-VU: B. Fitzpatrick, C. Moosbrugger, S. Parker, A. Brooks, D. Keating, M. Doherty Kew: (not supplied) Richmond Central 3.3, 6.6, 12.6, 14.11 (95) Eley Park Sharks 2.6, 3.10, 7.11, 8.14 (62) GOALS, Richmond Central: M. McCabe 4, A. Pratt 3, S. D’Arcy 3, G. Cartwright 1, W. Morley 1, C. Glowrey 1, A. Read 1 Eley Park Sharks: J. Brown 4, N. Greenhalf 2, A. Brock 1, D. Butler 1 BEST, Richmond Central: M. McCabe, D. Logan, C. Logan, G. Cartwright, A. Pratt, S. D’Arcy Eley Park Sharks: M. Jackson, C. Brown, W. Schwab, A. Grados, A. Brock, J. Dean

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SHARPSHOOTERS

SHARPSHOOTERS 2013 Premier Brendan Goss Matthew Handley Sam Pickett Dylan Chaplin-Burch

Old Xaverians Old Xaverians De La Salle OC Collegians

TR 1 8 1 2

Goals 47 36 31 26

2013 Premier C Reserve Dallas Jarred Dean Podger Paul Tweedly Paul Spurling

TR Marcellin OC 0 PEGS Football Club 4 Monash Blues 4 Old Ivanhoe Grammarians 5

2013 Premier Reserve Matthew Margin Damien Barton Justin Crameri Andrew Hummerston

Old Xaverians University Blues University Blacks Old Scotch

TR 3 2 0 5

Goals 28 26 25 24

2013 Premier C Thirds Cameron Raine Daniel Trevaskis Todd Macleod Anthony Ciavarella

TR Goals Mazenod OC 6 66 PEGS Football Club 0 33 North Old Boys/St Patricks College 0 24 Mazenod OC 6 22

2013 Premier Thirds Christopher Smith Henry Hanlon Damien Ryan Adam Kovarik

Old Xaverians University Blues St Bernards De La Salle OC

TR 0 0 9 0

Goals 41 26 22 21

2013 Premier B David Fayman Travis Ridgway Daniel Anthony Thomas Mentiplay

AJAX AFC Old Haileyburians Old Brighton Grammarians Old Brighton Grammarians

TR 0 3 4 3

Goals 50 43 42 39

2013 Premier B Reserve James McGee Fitzroy FC Alistair Ferguson Old Melburnians Matthew Lattanzio St Kevins OB Julian Gambaro St Kevins OB

TR 3 0 7 3

Goals 35 31 30 30

2013 Premier B Thirds Sebastian Kemmerer Robert Ralph Jack Mullen Cameron Tunbridge

Old Melburnians Old Xaverians St Kevins OB Old Melburnians

TR 0 0 4 0

Goals 38 38 25 22

2013 Premier C Adrian Del Monte David Forrest Daniel Jones Daniel Flaherty Rees Thomas Shaun Payze

Old Ivanhoe Grammarians PEGS Football Club Marcellin OC PEGS Football Club Mazenod OC Peninsula OB

TR 5 0 3 2 3 1

Goals 41 37 37 26 26 26

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2013 Division 1 Ben Gray Jean Daou Ben Robertson Robert Chisholm

Williamstown CYMS Whitefriars OC Old Mentonians Ormond AFC

2013 Division 1 Reserve Shane Metz Rick Ellis David Follacchio Lucas Taylor

TR Goals Ormond AFC 7 44 Prahran Assumption AFC 0 34 Bulleen Templestowe AFC 10 33 Melbourne High School Old Boys 6 32

2013 Division 2 Corey Bannister Sabastian Ciavola Jarrod Bannister Rohan Scott 2013 Division 2 Reserve Benjamin Seeger Stefan Gusts Scott Gatehouse Walter Pocock 2013 Division 3 Aaron Thornton Andrew Brazzale Sam Williams Troy Farrell

TR 2 5 5 2

Goals 28 27 23 22

Goals 44 36 35 35

Therry Penola OB Eltham Collegians AFC Therry Penola OB St Johns OC

TR 4 4 0 0

Goals 53 50 47 44

Yarra Valley OB St Mary’s Salesian St Mary’s Salesian Monash Gryphons

TR Goals 11 43 0 36 2 30 3 27

Elsternwick AFC Kew AFC Aquinas OC St Francis Xavier OC

TR 4 5 3 3

Goals 52 41 41 36

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2013 Division 3 Reserve Mitchell Sweeney Timothy Mawdsley Bas Nelson John O’Keefe

UHS-VU AFC La Trobe University AFC La Trobe University AFC Kew AFC

TR 5 8 0 3

Goals 67 33 30 28

2013 Under 19 South Aaron Cloke Brandon Crimmins Nicholas Curwood Jordan Young

TR Goals Oakleigh AFC 22 58 Beaumaris FC 0 31 Ormond AFC 1 28 St Bedes / Mentone Tigers AFC 0 28

Hawthorn AFC Box Hill North AFC Hawthorn AFC West Brunswick AFC

TR 0 4 1 5

Goals 48 45 36 36

2013 Under 18 Lindsay Moreen Jonathan Kaklikos Jake Slee Luke Rappazzo Tieren Barbera

St Mary’s Salesian Werribee Districts FC Williamstown CYMS Point Cook AFC Kew AFC

TR 2 1 1 4 1

2013 Division 4 Reserve Jason Jackomos Hawthorn AFC Adam Farrugia Eley Park Sharks Brett Hunter Point Cook AFC

TR 1 0 0

Goals 49 44 34

2013 Under 19 Premier Harry Healey Michael Dolan Shaun Kennedy Harry Lachal

TR 4 1 0 1

Goals 35 34 31 29

2013 Club XVIII (1) James McDonnell Craig Berger Samuel Cooper John Grigg

Old Xaverians Prahran Assumption AFC Prahran Assumption AFC Old Xaverians

TR Goals 20 80 7 28 3 25 2 25

2013 Under 19 Section 2 Mikhal Secoulidis Werribee Districts FC Joseph Hill Fitzroy FC Lewis Emmerson Parkdale Vultures Jackson Small Caulfield Grammarians

TR 3 0 5 1

Goals 36 36 31 30

2013 Club XVIII (2) Ari Mitropoulos Mark Pietryk Daniel Brosnan Timothy Demetriou

Hawthorn AFC Emmaus St Leos OC AFC Ormond AFC Hawthorn AFC

TR 0 7 2 0

Goals 38 27 25 23

2013 Under 19 Section 3 Damien Delle-Vergini Northern Blues Ciaran Hickey Whitefriars OC Jonathan Goldberg AJAX AFC Liam Sutawan PEGS Football Club Damon Marcon Northern Blues

TR 2 7 3 0 0

Goals 29 29 25 22 22

2013 Club XVIII (3) Joshua Brown David Rowe Scott D’Arcy Shaquille Parker Nicholas Greenhalf

Eley Park Sharks Richmond Central AFC Richmond Central AFC UHS-VU AFC Eley Park Sharks

TR 4 0 3 2 2

Goals 43 34 24 24 24

TR re Ivanhoe AFC 0 St Mary’s Salesian 3 Old Ivanhoe Grammarians 6 St Mary’s Salesian 3

Goals 47 45 32 32

2013 Division 4 Justin Rossoukas Daniel Penny David Tremewen Matt Holmes

2013 Under 19 North Keke Blackmore-Moo Louis Holmes Maxwell Kirwan Dylan Gook

Old Xaverians St Kevins OB St Kevins OB Old Xaverians

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1116 SEN VAFA PREMIERSHIP LADDERS 2013 PREMIER C Mazenod Monash Blues Old Ivanhoe PEGS Marcellin Peninsula Old Camberwell Banyule Oakleigh NOBS/St Pats

DIVISION 2 P 12 12 12 12 12 12 12 12 12 12

W 11 10 8 8 7 6 4 3 2 1

L 1 2 4 4 5 6 8 9 10 11

D 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

B 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

FF 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

F 1117 1101 1232 1081 1284 982 941 1015 874 736

A 715 850 843 856 853 1305 1060 1173 1291 1417

% 156.22 129.53 146.14 126.29 150.53 75.25 88.77 86.53 67.7 51.94

Pts 44 40 32 32 28 24 16 12 8 4

D 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

B 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

FF 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

F 1398 955 943 882 790 860 797 501 507 496

A 452 670 603 647 699 783 869 1053 1119 1295

% 309.29 142.54 156.38 136.32 113.02 109.83 91.71 47.58 45.31 38.3

Pts 48 36 32 28 24 24 20 12 12 4

Marcellin Mazenod Old Ivanhoe Old Camberwell Monash Blues PEGS Banyule NOBS/St Pats Oakleigh Peninsula

W 12 9 8 7 6 6 5 3 3 1

L 0 3 4 5 6 6 7 9 9 11

PREMIER C THIRDS Mazenod Pegs St Kevins Marcellin NOBS / St Pats Peninsula Old Mentonians Old Camberwell Old Ivanhoe

P 11 11 12 11 11 10 9 10 11

W 10 6 7 6 3 4 2 3 1

L 0 3 4 4 6 5 6 6 8

D 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

B 1 2 1 1 2 1 1 1 2

FF 1 1 0 1 1 1 1 0 0

F 1325 772 977 790 658 595 636 572 446

A 412 638 645 636 758 965 925 921 987

% 321.6 121 151.47 124.21 86.81 61.66 68.76 62.11 45.19

Pts 48 36 32 32 24 24 16 16 12

P 12 12 12 12 12 12 12 12 12 12

W 12 8 7 7 6 6 6 5 3 0

L 0 4 5 5 6 6 6 7 9 12

D 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

B 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

FF 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

F 1460 1246 1224 1069 1124 1080 1036 1076 802 593

A 694 1132 939 895 1028 1004 982 1124 1145 1767

% 210.37 110.07 130.35 119.44 109.34 107.57 105.5 95.73 70.04 33.56

Pts 48 32 28 28 24 24 24 20 12 0

B 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

FF 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

F 1196 1184 1334 1020 839 941 771 774 758 179

A 648 521 577 726 870 833 975 772 976 2098

% 184.57 227.26 231.2 140.5 96.44 112.97 79.08 100.26 77.66 8.53

Pts 42 40 38 24 24 20 20 16 16 0

DIVISION 1 Hampton Rovers Williamstown CYMS Ormond Whitefriars Prahran Assumption Old Mentonians Bulleen Templestowe Old Geelong MHSOB Glen Eira

DIVISION 1 RESERVE Ormond Hampton Rovers Old Geelong Bulleen Templestowe MHSOB Williamstown CYMS Old Mentonians Prahran Assumption Whitefriars Glen Eira

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P 12 12 12 12 12 12 12 12 12 12

W 10 10 9 6 6 5 5 4 4 0

L 1 2 2 6 6 7 7 8 8 12

P 12 12 12 12 12 12 12 12 12 12

W 11 9 9 8 7 4 4 4 3 0

L 1 3 3 4 5 8 8 8 8 11

D 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 1

B 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

FF 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

F 1248 1148 1093 1018 1272 924 970 946 759 685

A 801 906 956 973 984 1063 1153 1145 946 1136

% 155.81 126.71 114.33 104.62 129.27 86.92 84.13 82.62 80.23 60.3

Pts 44 36 36 32 28 16 16 16 14 2

DIVISION 2 RESERVE

PREMIER C RESERVE P 12 12 12 12 12 12 12 12 12 12

Therry Penola Yarra Valley Old Eltham Collegians St Mary's Salesian St Johns South Melbourne Districts Ivanhoe Monash Gryphons Old Paradians Emmaus St Leos

D 1 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

Therry Penola Old Eltham Collegians St Mary's Salesian Emmaus St Leos St Johns Yarra Valley Ivanhoe Monash Gryphons Old Paradians South Melbourne Districts

P 12 12 12 12 12 12 12 12 12 12

W 9 8 7 7 6 6 6 5 3 2

L 3 4 5 5 5 6 6 6 9 10

D 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 1 0 0

B 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

FF 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

F 1068 842 1022 807 857 777 763 817 371 664

A 572 751 810 733 933 716 727 944 898 969

% 186.71 112.12 126.17 110.1 91.85 108.52 104.95 86.55 41.31 68.52

Pts 36 32 28 28 26 24 24 22 12 8

P 12 12 12 12 12 12 12 12 12 12 12 12

W 10 9 9 9 7 6 6 5 4 4 2 0

L 2 3 3 3 5 6 6 7 7 7 10 12

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

B 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

FF 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

F 1212 1281 1202 1223 1344 792 989 903 1162 751 769 536

A 751 718 849 907 1023 881 1106 1021 1045 1043 1335 1485

% 161.38 178.41 141.58 134.84 131.38 89.9 89.42 88.44 111.2 72 57.6 36.09

Pts 40 36 36 36 28 24 24 20 18 18 8 0

DIVISION 3 Kew UHS-VU St Francis Xavier Elsternwick Richmond Central La Trobe University Aquinas Albert Park Swinburne University Power House South Mornington Old Westbourne

DIVISION 3 RESERVE Kew Richmond Central La Trobe University UHS-VU Albert Park Power House Swinburne University Aquinas St Francis Xavier Elsternwick South Mornington Old Westbourne

P 12 12 12 12 12 12 12 12 12 12 12 12

W 11 10 10 10 8 6 4 4 4 2 1 1

L 1 1 1 2 4 6 8 8 8 10 11 11

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

B 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

FF 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

F 1752 1197 1165 1280 933 642 639 742 708 636 653 446

A 289 627 621 647 822 888 882 1055 1050 1377 1295 1298

% 606.23 190.91 187.6 197.84 113.5 72.3 72.45 70.33 67.43 46.19 50.42 34.36

Pts 44 42 42 40 32 24 16 16 16 8 4 4

P 12 12 12 12 12 12 12 12 12

W 11 7 7 7 5 4 3 2 2

L 0 3 4 4 5 7 8 8 9

D 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

B 1 2 1 1 2 1 1 2 1

FF 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

F 1287 586 702 735 558 552 396 458 331

A 263 572 470 663 566 777 723 876 709

% 489.35 102.45 149.36 110.86 98.59 71.04 54.77 52.28 46.69

Pts 48 36 32 32 28 20 16 16 12

U18 Kew AFC Werribee Districts Point Cook AFC Williamstown CYMS St Bernards St Mary's Salesian Collegians Richmond Central AFC UHS-VU AFC

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1116 SEN VAFA PREMIERSHIP LADDERS 2013 DIVISION 4 Hawthorn Eley Park Sharks West Brunswick Point Cook Dragons Northern Blues North Brunswick Box Hill North Mt Lilydale Manningham Cobras Chadstone

U19 PREMIER P 12 12 12 12 12 12 12 12 12 12 12

W 9 8 9 7 6 6 5 4 4 2 0

L 2 2 2 4 5 5 6 7 7 9 11

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

B 1 2 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1

FF 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

F 1483 1144 1051 1022 1019 1091 1086 1157 832 709 658

A 811 737 705 823 942 1100 876 1283 1242 1283 1450

% 182.86 155.22 149.08 124.18 108.17 99.18 123.97 90.18 66.99 55.26 45.38

Pts 40 40 40 32 28 28 24 20 20 12 4

Old Xaverians St Bedes / Mentone Tigers St Kevins St Bernards De La Salle Old Melburnians Old Scotch University Blues Beaumaris Old Brighton

P 12 12 12 12 12 12 12 12 12 12

W 11 11 8 8 6 6 5 3 2 0

L 1 1 4 4 6 6 7 9 10 12

D 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

B 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

FF 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

F 1416 1232 1130 1038 1034 1009 1026 829 863 363

A 625 802 760 785 793 991 1035 1261 1104 1784

% 226.56 153.62 148.68 132.23 130.39 101.82 99.13 65.74 78.17 20.35

Pts 44 44 32 32 24 24 20 12 8 0

L 2 2 4 4 6 7 8 9 9 9

D 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

B 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

FF 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

F 1145 1179 1175 862 814 895 862 799 564 696

A 677 795 848 774 844 947 1067 1076 873 1090

% 169.13 148.3 138.56 111.37 96.45 94.51 80.79 74.26 64.6 63.85

Pts 40 40 32 32 24 20 16 12 12 12

U19 SECTION 2 DIVISION 4 RESERVE Eley Park Sharks West Brunswick Hawthorn Point Cook Dragons North Brunswick Northern Blues Manningham Cobras Box Hill North Mt Lilydale Chadstone

P 12 12 12 12 12 11 12 11 12 12 12

W 9 10 8 7 7 6 4 3 2 2 1

L 1 1 3 4 4 4 7 7 9 9 10

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

B 2 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1

FF 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0

F 1218 1185 1021 1046 1051 862 958 417 612 561 292

A 362 459 530 601 629 686 857 1118 1274 1178 1565

% 336.46 258.17 192.64 174.04 167.09 125.66 111.79 37.3 48.04 47.62 18.66

Pts 44 44 36 32 32 32 20 16 12 12 8

CLUB XVIII (1) Old Xaverians St Bernards Prahran Assumption De La Salle Old Geelong Monash Blues Fitzroy

P 11 9 10 12 11 11 11

W 10 5 7 6 5 3 1

L 0 3 3 5 6 7 9

D 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

B 1 1 0 1 0 1 1

FF 1 2 1 0 1 0 0

F 1500 815 1004 1130 715 535 404

A 381 531 747 638 921 1032 1217

% 393.7 153.48 134.4 177.12 77.63 51.84 33.2

Pts 48 34 32 28 24 18 8

CLUB XVIII (2) Hawthorn Emmaus St Leos Williamstown CYMS Ormond Therry Penola Hampton Rovers Bulleen Templestowe Whitefriars

P 12 11 12 12 11 11 11 12

W 12 9 8 7 5 3 1 1

L 0 2 4 5 6 8 10 11

D 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

B 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

FF 0 1 0 0 1 0 0 0

F A 1641 563 982 530 1256 678 912 709 857 947 699 1138 407 1075 385 1639

% 291.47 185.28 185.25 128.63 90.5 61.42 37.86 23.49

Pts 48 40 32 28 24 12 4 4

CLUB XVIII (3) Richmond Central Eley Park Sharks Kew UHS-VU Dragons Masala

P 12 12 12 12 12 12

W 12 8 6 6 2 2

L 0 4 6 6 10 10

D 0 0 0 0 0 0

B 0 0 0 0 0 0

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FF 0 0 0 0 0 0

F 1204 856 917 814 477 438

A 444 794 777 800 938 1069

% 271.17 107.81 118.02 101.75 50.85 40.97

Pts 48 32 24 24 8 8

Fitzroy Werribee Parkdale Vultures Old Trinity Collegians University Blacks Caulfield Grammarians Old Carey Mazenod Marcellin

P 12 12 12 12 12 12 12 12 12 12

W 10 10 8 8 6 5 4 3 3 3

U19 SECTION 3 Northern Blues Whitefriars AJAX Williamstown CYMS Old Camberwell Old Xaverians PEGS Old Geelong

P 12 12 12 12 12 12 12 12

W 10 9 8 8 7 6 3 1

L 2 3 4 4 5 6 9 11

D 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

B 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

FF 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

F 1042 895 1111 1088 795 820 547 381

A 608 722 681 808 731 810 1079 1240

% 171.38 123.96 163.14 134.65 108.76 101.23 50.7 30.73

Pts 40 36 32 32 28 24 12 4

P 11 12 12 11 12 11 12 8 8 11

W 9 10 10 8 8 3 3 2 1 0

L 2 2 2 3 4 8 9 6 7 11

D 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

B 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

FF 1 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0

F 1499 1292 1345 922 1298 626 660 488 354 181

A 515 580 610 568 645 1156 1423 639 959 1618

% 291.07 222.76 220.49 162.32 201.24 54.15 46.38 76.37 36.91 11.19

Pts 40 40 40 36 32 12 12 8 4 0

P 12 12 12 12 12 12 12 12 12 12

W 11 9 8 7 7 6 5 4 3 0

L 1 3 4 5 5 6 7 8 9 12

D 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

B 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

FF 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

F 1440 1364 1337 1127 969 957 775 991 684 449

A 587 860 904 873 1145 924 863 1273 1112 1622

% 245.32 158.6 147.9 129.1 84.63 103.57 89.8 77.85 61.51 27.68

Pts 44 36 32 28 28 24 20 16 12 0

U19 NORTH Ivanhoe Old Ivanhoe St Mary's Salesian Therry Penola St Bernards Old Westbourne MHSOB La Trobe University Old Haileybury Old Paradians

U19 SOUTH Oakleigh Old Mentonians St Bedes / Mentone Tigers Beaumaris De La Salle Peninsula Monash Blues Ormond Hampton Rovers Parkdale Vultures

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WINNING EDGE CLUB CHAMPIONSHIP Club

Senior

Kew AFC Old Xaverians Therry Penola OB Old Melburnians St Kevins OB Mazenod OC Old Ivanhoe Grammarians Hampton Rovers AFC St Mary's Salesian University Blacks

Reserve U19/U18

40 36 44 36 32 44 32 48 32 34

22 21 18 22 20 18 16 20 14 20

Club XVIII/Thirds

Total

6 11 5.5 10.5 9.5 9 3 3 0 7

104 101 93 86.5 85.5 82.5 81 80 76 76

36 33 25.5 18 24 11.5 30 9 30 15

1116 SEN VAFA PREMIERSHIP LADDERS 2013 PREMIER

PREMIER B

P Old Xaverians 12 University Blacks 12 St Bedes / Mentone Tigers 12 De La Salle 12 Old Scotch 12 Beaumaris 12 Collegians 12 St Bernards 12 University Blues 12 Old Carey 12

W 9 8 8 7 7 5 5 5 4 1

L 3 3 4 5 5 6 7 7 8 11

D 0 1 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0

B 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

FF 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

F A 1294 829 938 790 1084 1022 968 904 1127 1139 950 1065 1007 940 1038 1071 948 1247 828 1175

% 156.09 118.73 106.07 107.08 98.95 89.2 107.13 96.92 76.02 70.47

Pts 36 34 32 28 28 22 20 20 16 4

L 1 2 4 5 5 5 5 10 11 11

D 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

B 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

FF 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

F 1076 1047 1008 1013 833 790 811 526 634 455

A 565 612 745 718 684 705 748 1136 1081 1199

% 190.44 171.08 135.3 141.09 121.78 112.06 108.42 46.3 58.65 37.95

Pts 44 40 32 28 28 28 28 8 4 0

L 1 1 5 5 7 8 10 11

D 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

B 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

FF 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

F 1202 1141 851 945 881 694 639 416

A 559 583 566 729 838 903 1155 1436

% 215.03 195.71 150.35 129.63 105.13 76.85 55.32 28.97

Pts 44 44 28 28 20 16 8 4

PREMIER RESERVE P Old Xaverians 11 University Blacks 12 Old Scotch 12 De La Salle 12 Collegians 12 St Bernards 12 University Blues 12 St Bedes / Mentone Tigers 12 Beaumaris 12 Old Carey 11

W 10 10 8 7 7 7 7 2 1 0

University Blues Old Xaverians Collegians University Blacks De La Salle Old Scotch St Bernards Old Carey

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W 11 11 7 7 5 4 2 1

P 12 12 12 12 12 12 12 12 12 12

W 10 9 9 8 7 7 4 3 2 1

L 2 3 3 4 5 5 8 9 10 11

D 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

B 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

FF 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

F 1308 1362 1067 1294 1205 1001 1073 689 895 739

A 781 928 984 1042 941 978 1210 1095 1235 1439

% 167.48 146.77 108.43 124.18 128.06 102.35 88.68 62.92 72.47 51.36

Pts 40 36 36 32 28 28 16 12 8 4

D 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

B 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

FF 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

F 1400 1505 1094 1047 824 814 758 583 628 481

A 604 497 716 738 819 913 1005 1060 1204 1633

% 231.79 302.82 152.79 141.87 100.61 89.16 75.42 55 52.16 29.45

Pts 44 40 36 28 28 20 12 12 12 8

D 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

B 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1

FF 1 1 1 0 0 1 0 1 0 1

F 1387 1168 953 1087 593 638 727 544 519 436

A 352 466 453 606 645 892 1282 1249 983 1412

% 394.03 250.64 210.38 179.37 91.94 71.52 56.71 43.55 52.8 30.88

Pts 46 42 32 32 20 18 16 14 8 8

PREMIER B RESERVE

PREMIER THIRDS P 12 12 12 12 12 12 12 12

Old Trinity Old Brighton Old Melburnians St Kevins AJAX Old Haileybury Caulfield Grammarians Fitzroy Parkdale Vultures Werribee Districts

Old Melburnians St Kevins Fitzroy Old Brighton AJAX Caulfield Grammarians Old Trinity Parkdale Vultures Old Haileybury Werribee Districts

P 12 12 12 12 12 12 12 12 12 12

W 11 10 9 7 7 5 3 3 3 2

L 1 2 3 5 5 7 9 9 9 10

PREMIER B THIRDS Old Melburnians St Kevins Old Xaverians Fitzroy University Blues Old Trinity Ajax Old Haileybury Old Brighton Parkdale Vultures

P 10 10 11 12 8 10 10 9 10 11

W 9 8 7 8 5 3 4 2 2 0

L 0 1 4 4 3 7 6 7 8 10

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