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EDITORIAL

Michael Sholly

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VAFA PARTNERSHIPS In order to administer a successful club it is vital that a club has a successful culture both on and off the field. I speak regularly in this column of the various successes and challenges that our clubs experience each season. To put a team on the ground comes at a significant cost and player subscriptions make up for only a small segment of this. Similar challenges apply to the VAFA where affiliation fees account for less than 40% of our income. To provide the necessary service to clubs, the VAFA needs to strive to find partners who believe in the values of the VAFA and can provide financial support to both the association and our clubs. The VAFA has had magnificent support from our major sponsor Sportscover for over 20 years who have provided insurance to all our clubs. Along with them we have also had long term partners including Club Warehouse and Beiersdorf, East Malvern Community Bendigo Bank, Cyan Press, Winning Edge Presentations, 2XU, Schweppes and Sherrin. This year, through the determined work of commercial operations manager Blair O’Hara, we have managed to increase this portfolio including many that will add direct benefits to all VAFA clubs. Last month’s President’s meeting was held at Bayford Auto Group in Camberwell. Bayford have seven dealerships around Melbourne and offer a complete range of motor vehicles including Ford, Volkswagon, Kia, Peugeot and Citroen. For every car purchased Bayford will give $500 back to any VAFA club. Six VAFA clubs have already benefitted from this generous offer. I have particularly enjoyed their promotions on our radio partner SEN which have included the VAFA brand. Cambridge Clothing Company is our official menswear supplier and will support the VAFA Big V Club and the VAFA Woodrow Medal and

Awards night as naming rights partner. Their portfolio of brands include stylish Joe Black, classical Cambridge and modern Cambridge Kit, together with well-known brands Dom Bagnato and Gibson. One lucky VAFA player will attend a personal styling session and get decked out in a new suit and attend the Woodrow medal courtesy of Cambridge. Royal Brunei Airlines will be flying our players to Ireland to represent the Big V when they take on the All-Ireland team at season’s end. Their support has assisted in making this trip achievable for our players who all pay their own way. Royal Brunei fly daily to London and whilst their prices may be at the lower end of the market their service is at first class. It helps that you go through the Sultan’s private airport and airport taxes are at a minimum! Bringing together all our on field gear under one company has allowed us to provide state of the art jumpers and other apparel at lower prices. The task of switching all our jumper, shorts and socks to KooGa has been a monumental one. KooGa are another partner that has proven to be financially beneficial to our clubs and players. Carlton and United Breweries have returned as official beer and cider partner and two-thirds of our clubs have accepted the offer from them to be a CUB club. At each of our functions, CUB has given the VAFA valuable and popular product and in turn makes it more affordable for the clubs. The VAFA is progressing strongly in the commercial space and all clubs should use these sponsors as their own if there is no conflict. Each will provide returns to your club. So if you’re in the market for a new car, maybe a holiday in Asia or the UK, or a new suit to wear to the races this spring, think of the VAFA partners and you will be assisting in making this competition even more sustainable. Front Cover: 2012 Hutchinson Medallist and Ivanhoe Captain Paul Harris

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PREMIER

Andrew Leonard

@ LennyVAFA

BLACKS FALTER AND BLUES RISE Hope and desperation are wonderful things. If you think you are a chance of something, believe in it and more often than not, you will achieve your goal. At least that’s what positive thinkers, life and most football coaches will tell you. The contrasting fortunes of the two Melbourne University Football Clubs has been as absorbing as anything in Premier this year. The rise of Black and the fall of Blue. A second three-point loss of the season to Collegians put a dint in the bodywork of the Black machine last week. Whilst the Blues hand to mouth resuscitation continued, defeating De La Salle by nine points. The Blues win allowed them to come up for air from the relegation places for the first time since Round 5. If you are a neutral and unsure which game to head to this week, can I suggest a trip to the Bayside suburbs of Beaumaris and Mentone. It’s a top of the table stoush at Brindisi St and a relegation rumble at Banksia Reserve. Before looking forward we look back, starting at Camberwell where Beaumaris fell short of Old Scotch despite a momentum building final quarter. The Sharks will hopefully channel that final term performance into this week but it was Old Scotch’s middle two quarters that allowed the home side to build a match winning lead. Jamieson, Strange and Seed all kicked three goals for the Cardinals and perhaps it was the spread of scoring options that meant Old Scotch were able to get the upper hand. Scott Gower kicked five goals at the other end and Josh Ward had three for the Sharks. Dean was again amongst the good Sharks players, whilst Richard Eva marshaled the Cardinals back half with aplomb. University Blues hosted De La Salle in conditions reminiscent of bygone days. However both teams needed to collect the full four points and with no other available venue the match went ahead. For the first half the conditions didn’t seem to worry the visitors who couldn’t miss any time they had a shot at goal. A four goal to on second term giving them the ascendancy heading to the long break. Ross Young was finding a lot of football though and Blues made the most of their time 2

to the scoring end in the third to hold sway at the final change. Blues were held scoreless in the final term but they did the Aussie Rules equivilant of parking the bus as De La Sall couldn’t find a way to penetrate. Charlie Haley played his best game at senior level and Jacob Williams must be a morale for the club best and fairest if not higher honours. It was a super win for the Blues and if Van De Pol, Maddocks and Heine bring their form to Beaumaris they could yet complete a Houdini on us all. Old Xaverians cantered around Old Carey’s Dunshea Oval for a confidence boosting win. As if they needed it. Top versus bottom is rarely pretty and this lived up to expectations. For all of Old Carey’s efforts this year, this is the result they really hadn’t had. Outclassed by Ball and Waller in midfield, out pointed by Handley and Goss in attack and out-‘depthed’ by Smith and Larkins across roaming half forward to half back roles that were played with devastating efficiency. The solace for Old Carey is their U19s team has strung a few wins together but they require a huge influx of senior talent next season if they are to rebound in Premier B. Old Xavs might be happy with the win but will come to Brindisi St expecting a tougher contest this week. Collegians hosted Uni Blacks in a match both needed to win. It is strange that these two sides met in almost identical circumstances earlier this year, stranger still was the fact the margin and result were exactly the same. Collegians holding on to win by three points despite a late flurry of Blacks goals that threatened to pinch the game. However the reigning premiers (only a few more weeks of saying this left) deserved this win. Zimbachs and Scott’s form in recent weeks have been instrumental, the tackling pressure PREMIER — TIPS IN BOLD (YEARS TOTAL 45 / 60%) Beaumaris v University Blues De La Salle v Collegians Old Carey v Old Scotch St Bedes/Mentone Tigers v Old Xaverians University Blacks v St Bernards

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of Collegians as a whole was immense. They played like we know them to play. Blacks will be disappointed but again they found themselves behind in the game, again they came home strong and not for the first time this year, they fell short. St Bedes/Mentone Tigers visited the Snakepit in a bid to maintain the pressure on Blacks for second spot. Oblivious to the happenings at Harry Trott, the Tigers played their hand in the second half. A low scoring battle looked most likely at half time as the Bernies led four goals to two at the break, however St Bedes/Mentone had other ideas. Quarters of six and five goals hammered the home side into submission and silenced the local supporters as Michael Barnes and Pat Keane found themselves on the end of three goals each. Pete McGettigan continues to get better as the season wears on and the brothers in arms of Doherty, Richards and Wintle all provide reasons to like what Mick Dwyer is getting out of this side. The win sees the Tigers in second. The St Bernard’s loss means they need at least one more win.

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Collegians 2.4, 7.5, 9.10, 10.10 (70) University Blacks 2.3, 3.3, 5.5, 10.7 (67) GOALS, Collegians: D. Chaplin-Burch 3, N. Bobeff 2, M. Dyer 1, L. Apted 1, H. Croft 1, N. Ries 1, J. Kondarovskis 1 University Blacks: A. Pattison 3, H. Clemons 2, H. Lacey 1, J. Slabbert 1, T. Napier 1, P. O’Rourke 1, B. McCauley 1 BEST, Collegians: A. Croft, C. Simmons, T. Zimbachs, A. Fahie, A. Scott, M. Dyer University Blacks: B. McCauley, P. O’Rourke, T. Napier, A. Williamson, H. Clemons, C. Richardson Old Xaverians 5.4, 12.6, 19.11, 24.12 (156) Old Carey 1.2, 2.4, 3.4, 3.4 (22) GOALS, Old Xaverians: B. Goss 7, M. Handley 7, C. Larkins 4, L. Smith 3, J. Williams 2, M. Allan 1 Old Carey: M. Rainey 2, M. Evans 1 BEST, Old Xaverians: M. Ball, M. Handley, B. Goss, C. Waller, C. Larkins, L. Smith Old Carey: L. McQueen-Miscamble, J. Murphy, B. McKenry, J. Joslin, J. Ceppi, J. Evans Old Scotch 3.4, 9.6, 13.8, 15.9 (99) Beaumaris 2.4, 4.8, 7.13, 12.16 (88) GOALS, Old Scotch: M. Seed 3, W. Strange 3, N. Jamieson 3, J. Sansom 2, E. Barlow 2, L. Hill 1, G. van den Broek 1 Beaumaris: S. Gower 5, J. Ward 3, W. Murton 1, T. Dean 1, B. Haynes 1, T. Gandy 1 BEST, Old Scotch: N. Jamieson, R. Eva, J. Clarke, M. Burns, M. Seed, H. Dick Beaumaris: S. Gower, B. McLean, T. Gandy, T. Dean, B. Turner, S. Coote St Bedes / Mentone Tigers 1.4, 2.7, 8.9, 13.13 (91) St Bernards 2.3, 4.9, 4.10, 6.14 (50) GOALS, St Bedes / Mentone Tigers: M. Barnes 3, P. Kean 3, J. Murnane 2, P. McGettigan 1, S. Glennen 1, T. Doherty 1, M. Curcio 1, L. Terrell 1 St Bernards: B. George 2, A. Singleton 1, M. Hannan 1, B. Garth 1, S. Clarke 1 BEST, St Bedes / Mentone Tigers: P. Wintle, M. Barnes, P. Kean, P. McGettigan, T. Doherty, P. Tyquin St Bernards: T. Overman, T. Gleeson, A. Singleton, S. Clarke, T. Sullivan, M. Hannan University Blues 2.5, 3.5, 7.9, 7.9 (51) De La Salle 1.0, 5.0, 5.2, 6.6 (42) GOALS, University Blues: D. Barton 2, F. Watts 2, R. Eade 1, J. Watts 1, R. Young 1 De La Salle: C. Haley 2, J. Williams 1, J. Vickers 1, D. Lowe 1, M. Hine 1 BEST, University Blues: R. Young, J. Van De Pol, T. Maddocks, D. Heinz, J. Watts, M. James De La Salle: C. Haley, J. Williams, S. Haslem, T. Moloney, L. Semmel, T. Humphrey

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St Bernard’s will get another chance to secure that season saving win when they travel to Sportscover Arena to face the Uni Blacks. With the match shifted to headquarters it is hard to assess which team is favoured but the general feeling in Premeir that St Bernards at full strength would have been finals material. Without seeing who is in and out until after print it’s hard to go past Blacks. The match of the round is a toss up between Beaumaris and Blues or St Bedes/ Mentone and Old Xavs. Both are interesting for entirely different reasons. Blues to get over the line with experience and the home side to prosper at Brindisi St. Old Scotch should seal a finals berth at Old Carey and Collegians will keep the pressure on by defeating a demoralised De La Salle.

PREMIER RESERVE

University Blacks 1.4, 3.7, 6.7, 7.10 (52) Collegians 1.2, 1.3, 4.4, 6.5 (41) GOALS, University Blacks: J. Crameri 2, S. Myers 2, J. Champion De Crespign 1, C. O’Sullivan 1, J. Bismire 1 Collegians: S. Sabbatucci 1, B. Riddle 1, M. Parrent 1, G. Jones 1, A. Howison 1, S. Pinto 1 BEST, University Blacks: S. Dadswell, S. Hissey, A. Jesse, A. Locke, D. Hunt, A. Torney Collegians: B. Lumb, T. Goodman, G. Jones, A. Howison, L. Casey, B. Riddle Old Xaverians 3.3, 8.7, 11.9, 14.12 (96) Old Carey 0.0, 1.0, 2.0, 2.1 (13) GOALS, Old Xaverians: M. Margin 3, F. Paterson 3, D. Sapuppo 3, R. Ralph 2, A. Pasceri 1, N. Pepperell 1, M. Walsh 1 Old Carey: A. Harley 1, W. Guiney 1 BEST, Old Xaverians: D. Sapuppo, A. Pasceri, J. Douglas, R. Ralph, E. Prowse, D. Ryan Old Carey: A. Thompson, J. Coull, R. O’Hern, B. De Leijer, A. Harley, Z. Lisle Old Scotch 6.5, 9.10, 12.21, 16.28 (124) Beaumaris 1.2, 2.2, 2.3, 4.4 (28) GOALS, Old Scotch: M. van den Broek 5, S. Leith 3, A. Murray 2, A. Hummerston 2, A. Lim 1, M. Davis 1, A. O’Shannessy 1, R. Wills 1 Beaumaris: M. Stevens 2, L. Slater 1, J. Bull 1 BEST, Old Scotch: C. O’Beirne, T. Mead, R. Wills, H. Dick, C. McDonough, H. Dick Beaumaris: M. Bourne, J. Bull, J. Richter, S. McNicholas, S. Braithwaite, T. Cumming St Bernards 6.5, 8.6, 11.10, 17.11 (113) St Bedes / Mentone Tigers 3.1, 5.4, 7.4, 9.4 (58) GOALS, St Bernards: D. Wall 7, D. Lamana 3, I. Madden 3, L. McLeod 1, B. Cooper 1, D. Riley 1, J. Manunzio 1 St Bedes / Mentone Tigers: T. Bond 3, J. Carroll 2, L. Stutterd 2, N. Munday 1, D. Martin 1 BEST, St Bernards: D. Wall, D. Lamana, C. Forder, K. Farrell, J. Manunzio, S. Mitchell St Bedes / Mentone Tigers: L. Stutterd, S. Nichols, M. Pitt, J. Patounas, T. Bond, A. Martin University Blues 2.0, 4.4, 5.5, 8.9 (57) De La Salle 1.3, 2.5, 3.6, 4.9 (33) GOALS, University Blues: J. Campbell 2, J. Coumans 1, M. Leishman 1, B. Chomley 1, D. Zambon 1, J. Wood 1, R. Langham 1 De La Salle: J. Griffiths 1, B. Nethersole 1, B. Humphrey 1, T. Kovess 1 BEST, University Blues: J. Wood, J. Campbell, S. Carr, J. Coumans, D. Withers, B. Chomley De La Salle: J. Griffiths, J. Fisher, B. Humphrey, T. Kovess, R. McArdle, E. Clinch

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PREMIER B

Kris Neil

@KrisANeil

HOT STARTS, COLD DRINKS. Plenty of Premier B coaches will be scratching their heads in frustration on their early holidays this season, wondering where they could have found the extra bit of mental toughness required to place their team in the finals. Lapses in concentration and an inability to run out games have been the theme of the season for many teams, with one bad quarter each week adding up to see the losses column outweigh the wins. Four quarters of good footy is what could ultimately separate the two grand finalists from the rest of the field in Premier B this year. In the fight for top position, Old Trinity used a dominant second quarter to secure a comfortable 48 point win against an undermanned Old Brighton side at Daley Oval. The loss sees Brighton slide down to third spot on the ladder. The Tonners will be battling to move back into the top two places due to multiple week injuries to several of their key players. Trinity shared the load both in front of the sticks with nine different goal kickers, whilst around the ground they had noteworthy performances from midfielders Iezzi and Hamilton. Bruin fought hard all day in the guts for the visitors and Hendra was one of their better players from half back but it wasn’t enough to counter Trinity’s superior energy and pressure right across the field. At Gary Smorgon Oval, AJAX were able to turn the tides and cause a surprise upset, defeating a St Kevin’s side that had won five games in a row prior to the clash. The Jacka’s utilised a strong first term breeze to gain a thirty seven point lead on the visitors. From there they never looked back, dismantling SKOBs confidence with fierce endeavour on the football. AJAX had a fantastic contribution from all players, but were particularly well served by Routman, who was a livewire all over as he contributed four goals and many other score involvements. For the visitors, Matheson and Brick toiled hard all day but several players were well down on their normal standard. An interesting battle now looms between these two sides as AJAX have given themselves every chance of stealing fourth position on the ladder from St Kevins. The Jackas will need to win both of their 4

remaining fixtures against Fitzroy and Caulfield whilst St Kevin’s must drop both games to first and second placed Old Trinity and Old Melburnians to re-arrange fourth place. In a low scoring affair at Gerry Green Reserve, Fitzroy confirmed their place in Premier B next season by defeating Parkdale by 26 points. The Vultures threw plenty of numbers behind the ball from the get-go to no avail, as the Roys took a 15 point lead into the first quarter break. Dalton was brilliant for the Roys in a best on ground effort while Patcas sparked them into gear with two goals. Parkdale had stellar efforts from both Sullivan and Lewis in the clash but struggled to put a winning score on the board against Fitzroy’s solid defensive unit. The Roys will be optimistic about their chance to make an impact on Premier B next season, with both the return of key players and the improvement of young guns set to strengthen the depth of the club for the future. The loss will make it difficult for Parkdale to remain in Premier B next year as they are now required to make up both a game and percentage on Caulfield who remain one place out of the relegation zone. Old Melburnians moved up a rung on the ladder into second position with a 31 point win over Caulfield Grammarians at Glenhuntly Oval. In what has become a trend for the Grammarians, Old Melburnians were able to pile on eight goals to one in the last term to overturn a 10 point deficit at the final break. There were several spearheads up forward for Melburnians with Beck, Carter and Hywood combining for ten goals between them. Tonkin was lively on the wing for the home side and Edwards was their only player with multiple goals with four for the afternoon. The shock of round sixteen was undeniably PREMIER B — TIPS IN BOLD (YEARS TOTAL 52 / 65%) Old Brighton v Werribee Fitzroy v AJAX Parkdale v Old Trinity Caulfield v Old Haileybury St Kevins v Old Melburnians

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caused at Princes Park Caulfield, where Werribee defeated Old Haileybury by 12 points to register just their second win of the season. The Tigers fought hard for the win, kicking four final quarter goals to just one for the Haileyburians. Harrington put on a clinic in front of goal for Werribee with six goals to his name in a BOG performance and the Taylors chipped in with two and three of their own. Meehan and Ridgway combined for seven for the home side who have now gone into a late season slide, losing five games in a row.

Premier B. Caulfield will be hoping to put together a more complete performance against the Old Haileyburians at Glenhuntly Oval and St Kevins and Old Melburnians will test each other in what should be a tight contest at TH King Oval.

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This Week: Old Brighton will look to make amends against Werribee at Brighton Beach Oval on the back of their loss to Old Trinity. The Jacka’s will come to play against Fitzroy at Brunswick St Oval. Old Trinity will travel to Gerry Green Reserve to face Parkdale and ruin their hopes of remaining in

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LAST ROUND

AJAX 6.2, 8.3, 13.7, 14.8 (92) St Kevins 0.1, 1.5, 2.6, 7.11 (53) GOALS, AJAX: E. Routman 4, J. Lew 2, R. Simon 2, A. Caplan 1, J. Tendler 1, N. Harel 1, N. Lewis 1, N. Marks 1, B. Caplan 1 St Kevins: J. Reynolds 1, J. Charles 1, B. Kanakis 1, M. Shanahan 1, J. Marchesani 1, W. Russell 1, C. Matheson 1 BEST, AJAX: B. Kalmus, L. Peters, J. Ludski, E. Routman, N. Marks, M. Jankie St Kevins: C. Matheson, K. Brick, M. Shanahan, K. Wissell, B. Dowd, B. Kanakis Old Melburnians 1.6, 6.7, 7.12, 15.12 (102) Caulfield Grammarians 3.2, 6.4, 10.4, 11.5 (71) GOALS, Old Melburnians: C. Beck 4, A. Carter 3, T. Hywood 3, J. Beaumont 2, L. Bennett 1, P. Kennon 1, T. Paule 1 Caulfield Grammarians: W. Edwards 4, L. O’Keefe 1, D. Reilly 1, C. Axais 1, T. Green 1, K. Stewart 1, A. Burstin 1, M. Slonim 1 BEST, Old Melburnians: T. Paule, N. Morrison, A. Carter, E. De Fegely, C. Beck, T. Hywood Caulfield Grammarians: M. Slonim, J. Shanahan, W. Edwards, L. Price, C. Axais, T. Quinn Werribee Districts 3.4, 5.7, 8.11, 12.17 (89) Old Haileybury 3.2, 5.5, 10.9, 11.11 (77) GOALS, Werribee Districts: R. Harrington 6, A. Taylor 3, A. Taylor 2, S. Plumridge 1 Old Haileybury: M. Meehan 4, T. Ridgway 3, J. Nicolopoulos 1, M. Stowe 1, H. McLauchlan 1, T. Coles 1 BEST, Werribee Districts: R. Harrington, B. Kolang, M. Dean, A. Taylor, A. Eade, T. Dean Old Haileybury: J. Rafferty, A. Woltering, M. Collins, A. Weekes, M. Seccull, T. Witherow Old Trinity 3.7, 8.12, 11.16, 13.19 (97) Old Brighton 2.3, 2.5, 4.6, 7.7 (49) GOALS, Old Trinity: A. Ramsden 3, J. Osborn 2, N. Chamberlain 2, D. Chamberlain 1, B. Iezzi 1, J. Hunt 1, G. Hamilton 1, D. Wildsmith 1, H. Banfield 1 Old Brighton: T. Mentiplay 2, L. Hendra 1, B. Gadsden 1, M. Dewar 1, D. Anthony 1, T. Clarke 1 BEST, Old Trinity: B. Iezzi, J. Gale, G. Hamilton, D. Wildsmith, J. Hunt, K. Butler Old Brighton: M. Bruin, L. Hendra, T. Mentiplay, T. Clarke, B. Gadsden, B. Austin Fitzroy 3.2, 4.3, 10.6, 11.6 (72) Parkdale Vultures 0.5, 2.7, 5.8, 6.10 (46) GOALS, Fitzroy: D. Bisetto 3, M. Kyroussis 2, D. Patcas 2, W. Pickering 2, G. Hesse 1, J. Dalton 1 Parkdale Vultures: D. Miller 1, L. Oakley 1, L. Morgan 1, C. Ryan 1, R. Irvine 1, C. Dillon 1 BEST, Fitzroy: J. Dalton, D. Bisetto, L. Baker, S. Baker, R. Angiolella, A. Green Parkdale Vultures: C. Dillon, P. Sullivan, M. Grant, A. Lewis, S. Hendricks, T. Redmond

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PREMIER B RESERVE

St Kevins 4.4, 9.6, 14.13, 21.18 (144) AJAX 1.1, 3.2, 4.4, 5.5 (35) GOALS, St Kevins: J. Mullen 5, J. Gambaro 2, T. Steains 2, P. McLennan 2, R. Caldow 2, Z. Ginies 2, L. Dunne 1, T. McMaster 1, A. Giarrusso 1, E. Ring 1, P. Aughton 1, A. Fenech 1 AJAX: S. Chester 2, S. Roth 1, A. Shenker 1, G. Measey 1 BEST, St Kevins: A. Giarrusso, Z. Ginies, J. Griffiths, R. Caldow, A. Kirwan, J. Mullen AJAX: A. Wytwornik, D. Wloszczowski, D. Glass, Y. Lang, A. Shenker, J. Tonkin Old Melburnians 3.4, 9.6, 15.12, 22.17 (149) Caulfield Grammarians 1.1, 4.1, 4.3, 4.3 (27) GOALS, Old Melburnians: S. Kemmerer 5, T. McLardy 4, A. Coleridge 3, E. Fanning 3, N. Madders 2, A. Armstrong 2, E. Hughes 1, B. McKie 1, L. Carter 1 Caulfield Grammarians: K. Toohey 1, W. Kingwill 1, G. Winter 1, D. Dickson 1 BEST, Old Melburnians: L. Haralambous, S. Peacock, T. Oman, A. Coleridge, L. Batten, L. Borthwick Caulfield Grammarians: A. Clarke, J. Cleeve, K. Toohey, H. Mills, L. Matias, W. Kingwill Old Haileybury 4.6, 10.11, 15.17, 18.24 (132) Werribee Districts 2.1, 3.1, 4.2, 5.3 (33) GOALS, Old Haileybury: C. Ferguson 6, R. James 4, W. McTaggart 3, D. Newby 3, R. Mathers 1, N. Leonidas 1 Werribee Districts: D. Pelar 2, M. Smith 1, J. Ayling 1, M. Hill 1 BEST, Old Haileybury: W. McTaggart, N. Leonidas, R. Mathers, C. Ferguson, A. Vitolins, D. Newby Werribee Districts: L. Menegazzo, J. Sargent, J. Ayling, B. Armstrong, W. Swaby, M. Martin Old Brighton 3.7, 5.10, 7.10, 10.11 (71) Old Trinity 2.1, 4.4, 9.5, 9.5 (59) GOALS, Old Brighton: R. Naughton 2, B. Blatt 2, J. Davis 2, H. Cannon 1, A. Taylor 1, N. Materia 1, J. Cannon 1 Old Trinity: A. Hore-Lacy 6, C. McCasker 1, S. Murphy 1, T. Oakley 1 BEST, Old Brighton: A. Gunning, A. Taylor, B. Blatt, J. Davis, M. Fort-Williams, R. Naughton Old Trinity: B. Barratt, C. McCasker, K. Spassopoulos, T. Oakley, A. Hore-Lacy, E. Satur Fitzroy 5.1, 9.2, 14.5, 17.8 (110) Parkdale Vultures 1.2, 2.2, 3.3, 5.5 (35) GOALS, Fitzroy: J. McGee 6, T. Hudson-Bevege 3, J. Beech 2, C. Polidoras 1, J. Cowan-Clark 1, D. Kynigopoulos 1, A. Franklin 1, A. Ley 1, N. Brown 1 Parkdale Vultures: M. Ferguson 3, C. Wright 1, J. O’Meara 1 BEST, Fitzroy: M. Racovalis, J. Turner, J. McGee, B. Farley, T. Hudson-Bevege, J. Meakin Parkdale Vultures: J. O’Meara, C. O’Meara, M. Ferguson, D. Graham, J. Balic, C. Wright

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PREMIER C

Will Reed

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AMMO SPIRIT SHINES THROUGH In April 2012 Peninsula Old Boy Tom Barbour suffered a spinal cord injury leaving him paralysed from the waist down and unable to walk. Since the accident Tom has shown great fortitude, focusing on being able to walk again by attending Project Walk in the USA. After a hard fought Round 16 battle with Peninsula, Marcellin hosted a sausage sizzle for Tom, which raised $700 towards his next journey to Project Walk. The event was a wonderful display of camaraderie and showed that the VAFA community puts aside club allegiances to come together for a good cause time and again. Strangely the centre circle was on the southern wing at Clayton but that didn’t stop the Wellers’ Tom Allwright from sparking their clash against the Ashes, with a crumbing goal and a hanger at half-back before the game was 10 minutes old. It wasn’t an omen though, as Monash Blues’ intensity and run created plenty of opportunities to build a 28 point lead. Gareth Taylor was brilliant in the second quarter for the Ashes, setting up goals and kicking a few himself to put his side 47 points ahead at half time. The second half played out similarly as Old Camberwell found it hard to get past their half forward line while Petering, Young and Smyth ensured the Ashes wouldn’t let up, running out comfortable 59 point victors. Mazenod hosted a resurgent Oakleigh in a tricky encounter for the ladder leaders. Krushers skipper Dermot Cleary, Chris Hogan and Andrew Murray led a physical, defensive performance in the first half, absorbing all the Nodders threw at them to remain within a point in a low scoring affair. The game opened up after half time and while Mazenod had the better of play, Oakleigh remained within striking distance until a goal from the boundary by Malietzis on the siren put the Nodders up by 16 at the last break. The home side then ran over the Krushers to seal the minor premiershipwith Rees Thomas getting some reward for effort with 4 goals while Bonner and Bourbon were also influential. PEGS needed a win at home over Old Ivanhoe to stay in touch with the top four but the visitors got the jump thanks to a 5 goal to 0 opening term and 6

some great work from Michael Del Monte. Brad Jones and second gamer Jed Watson tried to lift PEGS in the second but the Hoers extended their lead through Hayden Heta and Keane up forward. With the game won, the Hoers didn’t let up until late in the game to finish 43 points ahead at full time. Adrian Del Monte kicked 5 to all but seal Premier C leading goal kicker honors, taking his tally to 55, 15 goals ahead of nearest rival David Forrest. A victory was in order for Banyule and they started well against NOBS-St Pats at the Boneyard, edging to a slender lead as Biscontin and Masters continued their good form. Ezard’s Nobbers weren’t about to lie down though, responding in the second to go into the sheds 8 points in front. Banyule dominated proceedings in the third despite being profligate in front of goal, kicking 6.12 to 1.0 to lead by 34 before another bout of final quarter déjà vu as the Nobbers slammed on 4 quick goals to get the margin to within 10 points. Seb Green and Greg Bell then steadied the visitors with great defensive work to ease the Bears to a crucial 8 point win and a claim on 7th spot. The Pirates got off to a flyer in Sam Murray’s 200th game against Marcellin at Bulleen, winning the clearances and slotting a couple of early goals through Barbour and Whitty. Marcellin then managed to control the tempo of the match before shifting the game in their favour by quarter time. Daniel Bruce led the Pirates in a determined second quarter as they kept Marcellin goalless while converting at their end to draw to within one point at half time. It seemed the visitors were out of puff however, as Blanch, Millsom and Redmond led an Eagles counterattack to open up a decisive 27 point lead by ¾ time before going on to win by 35. PREMIER C — TIPS IN BOLD (YEARS TOTAL 58 / 73%) Mazenod v Monash Blues Old Ivanhoe v Marcellin PEGS v Oakleigh Peninsula v Banyule Old Camberwell v NOBS-St Pats

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“ROUND OF THE YEAR” PREVIEW Mazenod (1st) v Monash Blues (3rd) – With the four effectively set the Ashes must win this to get the double chance. After a lapse in form the Ashes hit their straps last week and will need Gareth Taylor and Andrew Young to fire again. They’ll have their hands full though as Bourbon and Thomas are in ominous form along with plenty other Nodders and I expect them to prevail in a great finals preview. Old Ivanhoe (2nd) v Marcellin (4th) – Another finals prequel has the two best attacking sides going head-to-head at Pine Lodge. Marcellin will focus on curbing the influence of the Del Monte and Heta brothers while getting playmakers in Blanch, Carlson and Bortolotto into the game. The Eagles can get the double chance if results go their way but the Hoers are full of confidence and should get up in a cracking contest. PEGS 5th) v Oakleigh (8th) –Oakleigh pushed Mazenod until late in the 3rd last week and should take confidence from that performance. PEGS

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can’t make finals after three straight losses and motivation may be a factor in the outcome here as the Krushers still need another win to ensure Premier C football in 2013. Peninsula (6th) v Banyule (7th) – Survival is on the line for both Peninsula and Banyule at Mt Eliza. Peninsula have played well in losses to Mazenod and Marcellin but Banyule have got the victories against PEGS and NOBS-St Pats. It will be a tough battle early but the Pirates should win at the death. Old Camberwell (9th) v NOBS-St Pats (10th) – Old Camberwell have used 53 players in their seniors and it showed as they looked tired against Monash Blues. If ruckman Robbie Campbell can get himself right it will boost the Wellers midfield but they simply must win this or they’ll be headed for Division 1 action with NOBS-St Pats.

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Marcellin 6.2, 6.6, 11.9, 15.13 (103) Peninsula 3.3, 6.5, 7.6, 10.8 (68) GOALS, Marcellin: J. Bortolotto 3, P. Millsom 2, J. Carlson 2, A. Viney 2, R. Costanzo 1, J. Antypas 1, N. Birrell 1, T. Carlson 1, D. Bolger 1, M. Gasparini 1 Peninsula: H. Whitty 4, S. Murray 2, S. Barbour 1, S. Payze 1, S. Buchanan 1, G. Fletcher 1 BEST, Marcellin: J. Blanch, P. Millsom, D. Redmond, J. Carlson, J. Gasparini, T. Montagna Peninsula: D. Bruce, H. Whitty, A. Wood, N. Fisher, B. Southam, S. Barbour Mazenod 2.3, 3.5, 7.10, 13.11 (89) Oakleigh 2.3, 3.4, 5.6, 6.6 (42) GOALS, Mazenod: R. Thomas 4, J. Malietzis 2, H. Black 2, N. Jook 2, J. Cowan 1, J. Kelly 1, D. Chamberlain 1 Oakleigh: S. Wines 1, C. Lavery 1, T. Scott 1, L. Barrand 1, S. Tolongs 1, T. Bromley 1 BEST, Mazenod: R. Thomas, B. Bonner, T. Bourbon, S. Jones, S. Welsford, S. Black Oakleigh: D. Cleary, C. Hogan, A. Murray, J. Chapple, P. Holden, A. Valentini Monash Blues 5.4, 9.6, 12.8, 15.13 (103) Old Camberwell 1.0, 2.1, 4.2, 7.2 (44) GOALS, Monash Blues: G. Taylor 4, A. Young 2, S. Walsh 2, N. Petering 2, B. Amberg 1, J. Taylor 1, M. McCart 1, E. Flanagan 1, J. Bourchier 1 Old Camberwell: T. Allwright 4, J. Duke 1, J. Howells 1, C. Hillier 1 BEST, Monash Blues: G. Taylor, N. Petering, A. Young, G. Smyth, M. McCart, M. Davidson Old Camberwell: T. Allwright, P. Bennett, D. McGuigan, R. Kapoor, B. Hart, G. Tolson Banyule 4.5, 4.7, 10.19, 10.22 (82) NOBS/St Pats 2.4, 5.9, 6.9, 10.14 (74) GOALS, Banyule: M. Christian 3, A. Barclay 2, S. Tindale 1, D. McDonald 1, A. Bottomley 1, R. Hay 1, M. Italia 1 NOBS/St Pats: M. Dunlop 2, S. Sleep 2, B. Holland 2, T. Weaver 1, L. McCann 1, M. Keown 1, J. Nettlefold 1 BEST, Banyule: S. Green, N. Biscontin, G. Bell, J. Langford, R. Masters, M. Christian NOBS/St Pats: L. Ezard, M. Dunlop, P. Kelly, B. Holland, J. Wade, M. O’Donoghue Old Ivanhoe 5.2, 9.3, 15.6, 17.8 (110) PEGS 0.3, 2.6, 5.7, 9.13 (67) GOALS, Old Ivanhoe: A. Del Monte 5, Z. Keane 3, H. Heta 3, B. Nagel 2, I. Dawkins 2, M. Mitris 1, R. Glavas 1 PEGS: S. McCann 2, D. Flaherty 2, J. Pound 2, C. Goullet 1, D. Ryan 1, N. Bartram 1 BEST, Old Ivanhoe: M. Delmonte, H. Heta, B. Nagel, Z. Keane, I. Dawkins, A. Del Monte PEGS: B. Jones, J. Watson, J. Pound, M. Wilson, D. Flaherty, M. Fahey

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Marcellin 3.2, 10.6, 17.11, 25.13 (163) Peninsula 3.1, 4.1, 5.2, 6.3 (39) GOALS, Marcellin: D. Fraser 10, D. Jarred 5, M. Abrahams 3, D. Gartner 3, A. Coburn 2, J. Harty 1, S. Crapper 1 Peninsula: J. Archdeacon 2, B. Roberts 1, M. Sheldon-Collins 1, T. Shayler 1, L. Baker 1 BEST, Marcellin: D. Fraser, D. Jarred, S. Considine, J. Coburn, J. Harty, D. Gartner Peninsula: P. Coldrey, R. Bambery, M. Barron, L. Nickels, J. Rhodes, L. Baker Mazenod 3.7, 9.13, 14.17, 20.21 (141) Oakleigh 1.1, 2.2, 3.2, 4.4 (28) GOALS, Mazenod: C. Jayaweera 7, N. McLean 2, S. Mann 2, F. Deegan 2, D. Maskill 2, C. Bray 2, P. Iacovangelo 2, B. Woods 1 Oakleigh: A. Pound-Gow 2, J. Fitzgerald 1, A. Shaw 1 BEST, Mazenod: N. Lewton, N. Thomas, N. McLean, C. Bray, F. Deegan, B. Woods Oakleigh: J. Olson, J. Fitzgerald, S. Way, W. Manning, M. Klonaridis, M. White Old Camberwell 1.4, 5.5, 5.5, 6.6 (42) Monash Blues 1.2, 1.4, 3.6, 5.10 (40) GOALS, Old Camberwell: S. Anjou 2, D. De Sanctis 2, A. Mackenzie 1, A. Rogers 1 Monash Blues: P. Tweedly 2, S. Chapman 1, M. Chapman 1, J. Hertan 1 BEST, Old Camberwell: T. Stayner, S. Anjou, H. Levvey, T. Hudson, A. Rogers, M. Powell Monash Blues: L. Creamer, D. Meulendijks, T. Ruddell, S. Whatley, M. Chapman, D. Meehan Banyule 1.5, 4.8, 7.12, 7.16 (58) NOBS/St Pats 2.0, 2.4, 2.5, 3.6 (24) GOALS, Banyule: S. Quinn 2, T. Valvo 1, I. Stokes 1, D. Haeusler 1, T. Shepherd 1, M. Borg 1 NOBS/St Pats: T. Murfett 3 BEST, Banyule: D. Cumberland, I. Stokes, T. Valvo, S. Quinn, J. Brazzale, J. Appleby NOBS/St Pats: A. Dyson, B. Kutcher, D. O’Donaghue, J. Sherriff, T. Murfett, T. McCullagh Old Ivanhoe 0.1, 0.4, 1.4, PEGS 1.4, 1.9, 2.10, GOALS, Old Ivanhoe: J. Moio 2, T. Hill 1, J. Trajanovski 1 PEGS: D. Podger 1, S. Tibbits 1 BEST, Old Ivanhoe: A. Steer, J. Moio, L. Lochran, H. Evans, T. Hill, G. Fowler PEGS: L. Flaherty, D. Rowland, B. Briggs, S. Tibbits, A. Baddeley, D. Anderson

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Results of Tribunal – 13 August 2013 Matthew Fernando, Mt Lilydale. Abuse/Assault to umpire, 10 matches. *Gary Cherbakof, Bulleen-Templestowe. Striking, 2 matches. *Lindon Addison, St. Marys Salesian (Reserves). Striking, 2 matches. *Christopher Matcham, Point Cook (Reserves). Striking, 2 matches. *Jackson Naulty, Parkdale (Thirds). Misconduct, 2 matches. ct, 2 matches. *Oliver Conlan, UHS-VU (Club XVIII). Misconduct, g to o sstrike, 1 match. *Tyler Hayward, Kew (Under-18). Attempting * Accepted prescribed penalty

Results of Investigations – 13 August ug gu ust 201 2013 013 01 Emmaus St. Leos and St. Mary’s Salesian, senior or melee on 3 August. A Both clubs accepted prescribed penalty of $150.

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MARCELLIN RAISING FUNDS FOR PENINSULA’S TOM In April 2012 Peninsula Old Boy Tom Barbour suffered a spinal cord injury leaving him paralysed from the waist down and unable to walk. Since the accident Tom has been driven in his efforts to get back on his feet and part of that process has been to attend Project Walk in the USA.

When Marcellin played at Peninsula earlier this year, Tom’s mum Louise was selling raffle tickets to those in attendance to help raise funds for his

next trip to Project Walk. Marcellin Committee Members Janiffer Williams and Colette Blanche were touched by Tom’s story that they decided to host their own fundraiser. Marcellin contacted Peninsula ahead of their return game to inform they would like to host their own fundraiser for Tom. Janiffer and Colette organised a sausage sizzle and raffle for Tom last Saturday with the club raising over $750 for Tom. The atmosphere at Marcellin College on the day was sensational and the two clubs now have an indelible bond. You can read more about Tom’s story at his website www.tommysgunnadoit.com. This is just one of many stories showing that the VAFA is more than a football competition – we are a community that reach out and help each other in times of need. Congratulations to all at Marcellin and Peninsula for banding together in this way. A long time observer of VAFA matches confirmed that the after match function was one of the best seen in the VAFA in more than 30 years of watching matches.

ST BERNARD’S LADIES DO IT FOR AGAIN St Bernard’s Ladies Committee through its “Women’s Network”, organised their second big lunch for the year last Saturday. The “Ladies Charity Lunch” featured a very special guest, former Olympic, Commonwealth and World Champion Cathy Freeman. Post her stellar athletics career, Cathy has thrown herself into a significant amount of charity work for multiple, very worthwhile causes and campaigns. In addition to helping

Diabetes Australia and the Boots for All program, her main focus is the “Cathy Freeman Foundation”, which provides educational assistance to over 600 indigenous youngsters living on Palm Island Queensland. At Saturday’s lunch, highlights of Cathy’s on track career had the 140+ ladies in attendance cheering her home again, for that famous gold medal at the Sydney Olympics. However the main focus was on the outstanding work her foundation is doing for indigenous children battling for an education, in a disadvantaged community. Raffle ticket sales and donations were enthusiastic and generous, with $4,000 collected to assist in Cathy’s charitable work. This first class lunch was certainly one of the most inspiring seen for many years and the club and in particular the ladies network, were very proud to assist Cathy Freeman in her endeavours.

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TEST CRICKETERS FROM THE VAFA

With the Ashes series being played over in England at present and the hollow news that Australia have fallen 3-0 behind in the series, we thought we would see if a team of former VAFA players that went on to play test cricket for Australia would be any match for this current side. VAFA Life Member John Bell has collated a very detail list of former VAFA players to have pulled on the baggy green which can be viewed on our website. From that list our cricket experts have selected a VAFA representative best XII. It is fair to say that this team is more suited to the spinning decks of the subcontinent as we have four genuine spinners in the side. We have some star footballers in out side. Our captain is Lindsay Hassett with the great Warwick ‘The Ship’ Armstrong as the Vice Captain. Hassett was captain of Geelong Amateurs from 1935-37 and was a member of the 1948 ‘Invincibles’. Hassett also won back-to-back Woodrow Medals in 193536. Armstrong played at Caulfield in the MJFA (as the VAFA was previously known as) and also played 16 games for South Melbourne in the VFL. Keith Rigg was Collegians Captain in 1927 and 1928 won the inaugural Woodrow Medal in 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12

Team Tests VAFA Club Lindsay Hassett (Capt) 43 Geelong Amateurs Ian Redpath 66 Geelong Amateurs Warwick Armstrong (VC) 50 Caulfield Brad Hodge 6 St Bedes/Mentone Tigers Keith Rigg 8 Collegians Simon O’Donnell 6 University Blacks & Old Brighton Ben Barnett (wk) 4 Old Scotch Collegians Sam Loxton 12 Collegians Shane Warne 145 Old Mentonians Doug Ring 13 MHSOB Ian Johnson 45 Coburg Amateurs Graeme Watson 5 Ormond

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1927. Ben Barnett of Old Scotch Collegians was captain of the VAFA Big V side in 1929 against South Australia. Ian Johnson was a VAFA Big V representative. Sam Loxton played and coached at Collegians and also played 41 games in the VFL for St Kilda during WWII. Doug Ring played in the MHSOB B Section premiership side against Old Melburnians in 1946. Graeme Watson played in Ormond’s A Section 1963 losing grand final team against Old Paradians and also played 18 games for Melbourne in the VFL. Ian Redpath played for five years at Geelong Amateurs and claimed four consecutive club best and fairest awards, he was a Big V representative in three years and was twice selected as an All Australian Amateur. Simon O’Donnell played for both Uni Blacks and Old Brighton and he also played 24 games for St Kilda in the VFL. Of those that have played in the VAFA, three have captained Australia at Test level; Warwick Armstrong, Lindsay Hassett and Ian Johnson. Four of the players were in the 1948 Invincibles team (Lindsay Hassett (vc), Ian Johnson, Sam Loxton and Doug Ring. Also played test matches for Australia: Roy Park (Collegians and University) 1 Test; Ted a’Beckett (University Blacks) 4 Tests; Les Joslin (UHSOB) 1 Test; Paul Hibbert (Assumption Old Collegians) 1 Test; Julien Wienar (AJAX) 6 Tests; Clint McKay (Old Paradians) 1 Test; Michael Beer (De La Salle) 2 Tests; Rob Quiney (Ormond) 2 Tests. 11


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BIG V RECOLLECTIONS

First, the back story. In the Republic of Ireland, there are over 2000 Gaelic football clubs. It is estimated there are upwards of a quarter of a million players, all with one dream in common: to play at ‘the Croker”, where during a Dublin-Tipperary game in 1920, thirteen spectators and Tipperary’s captain were killed in a massacre. Most Gaelic footballers never set foot on it, but this is about a bloke who has. You’ve probably never heard of him. Matt Eifermann, about 5’7” tall, kicks the dew off the park every Saturday morning and vice-captain of the Banyule Reserves. At time of writing, he hasn’t cracked the best player list for the Bears this year. Yet on October 2011, this man pulled on the Big V and took the field alongside established stars Matt Torney, Ryan Colbert, Daniel Strachan and Woodrow Medallist Cam Howat to play against the All-Ireland team soon to smash the AFL’s International Rules team. Eifermann wasn’t picked for the tour on form. He’d won the lottery to be the team runner and emergency player. Coaches Dean Anderson and Luke Beveridge sized him up early at a training run before the team left. Eif didn’t train, he was recovering from long-term arm injury. Eif doubted he could lift a pint of Murphy’s or Guinness with his crook wing. He was happy to go to Ireland as runner. Until he got there. The first game at Cork against Na Piarsaigh, Eifermann ran the messages. His first was two minutes into the game. Nick Sautner kicked a 12

three point “over”, and the team camaraderie was immediately on show, with all but one player embracing him for his success. No-one remembered that the restart was the same as a “behind” in Aussie Rules. Within three seconds, the Irish had cleared the ball past the Big V square dance and eight loose Irishmen were rushing at goalkeeper Gareth Snow, who seconds later got his first touch when he picked the ball out of the back of the net. 6-3 to the home-team. Eif commiserated with the players after they lost a close one and had plenty of Murphy’s Stout with them too, at one of the biggest after-match events anyone had ever seen. Just like the players, he slept and snored all the way to Galway on the team bus. Against Salthill, he again ran the messages, telling coach Anderson he was ready to play if needed. He celebrated the win with the players in some of Galway’s great nightspots. The tour moved east to meet Ballyroan in some hard-to-find place near Portlaoise. Eif pulled out his Big V and hung it on the dressing room hook, a hint to the coaches. Midway through the game, Travis Ridgway broke his leg and Eif slipped the Big V under his runner’s shirt. In the real-life movie “Rudy”, a small but dogged Notre Dame practice team player Dan Ruettiger begs for an opportunity to get on the field in a game. He is ignored by his coach, until the last week of his final college season, when teammates one-by-one went in to see the coach and THE AMATEUR FOOTBALLER 2013


laid down their jerseys, offering their places on the team to Rudy. The coach succumbs and Rudy dresses for the game. The coach has no intention of letting him play, but with the crowd chanting “Ru-dy, Rudy” he relents in the very last play of the season. Rudy makes a massive tackle and he is chaired off by the Notre Dame players (over 30 years ago and it hasn’t happened since.) This night near Portlaoise, the “Ru-dy” chant began from the sidelines, but was resisted. So to Croke Park a night later. Any idea that we were playing against leprechauns vanished when we saw them warming up. The Irish team were all 6’2” inch sprinters with immaculate ball control. Coach Anderson knew we’d need everyone on deck. He checked with the Tour Director Sholly to see that Eifermann was covered by the insurance. Sholly confirmed he was. Anderson then asked him to call Sportscover to see if he could double it. The coach rang the changes, but still Eif warmed up. The 10 “Ru-dy” chant began, and finally, there he was, sprinting on to the hallowed turf and straight to the contest. The Godfather of the Big V, Anthony “Mush” Amad, told the Herald Sun “Confidential” column that the Big V had been beaten by four points before 65,000 people. The truth is more like this: The Croker holds over 82,000, but because of GAA lockout, only about twenty-five people

IRELAND TEAM ANNOUNCED The VAFA are please to announce the final 23 man touring team that will travel to Ireland this October for four matches of International Rules matches against Gaelic Football teams. The players are a mix of players that played or were squad members in this year’s VAFA Big V representative matches against AFL Victoria country and for the U23 match against the SAAFL. All players will be working hard to raise money for their trip to pay their way to Ireland and expect to see a few club fundraisers to help support a player from your club get on the plane to Ireland. All 23 players will be on the trip for the first time. The VAFA last toured a side to Ireland in 2011 and all players from that tour recall that experience as some of their fondest memories. You can read a Big V recollections piece on the opposite page about the last time we toured Ireland. THE AMATEUR FOOTBALLER 2013

witnessed Eifermann’s Big V debut. Oh, and we got hammered by 74. Eif didn’t collect too many Dream Team points, but he had plenty of mates. (Back in Melbourne a fortnight later, most of our boys cleaned up on the AFL v Ireland result) The tour wrapped with a sterling victory in County Meath over Donaghmore-Ashbourne. The Godfather handed victory cigars to every player and Eif got his Havana. At midnight, amidst a raucous and brilliant after-match, the team gathered in the middle of the pitch to light up, and Jack Hellier led the team in a rendition of “Thumbs out, Elbows in”, which he had learned in Galway. Eifermann yelled it louder than anyone. The Big V goes to Ireland again this season-end. It’s a tour that will appeal to parents and supporters too. I’d recommend that anyone who wants to see the Emerald Isle take the trip to coincide with the Big V tour. The football is fast and furious, the sights are amazing, the travelling companions are great and the generous and hospitable Irish people know how to host a celebration. Also, the VAFA might have a very good deal available. PS: Take your boots. You might just be the next Matt Eifermann. By Michael Fitzgerald Michael Fitzgerald is a former VAFA Communications Manager and was Team Manager on the Ireland tour in 2011.

Name Marcus Allan Murphy Ambrose Adam Bentick Jarrod Carlson Ashley Close Adam Collett Glen Costas Dimitri Dimakopoulos Philip Edgar Brendan Goss Ned Hunt Bede Mahon Lachlan McQueen-Miscamble Gus Patti Thomas Paule Jaryd Robertson Ben Smithwick Peter Summers Aaron Thornton Bart Walsh Adam Weekes Andrew Young Ross Young

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Peninsula would like to congratulate SHAUN PAYZE on reaching 300 games for the club. All bar one of them have been at senior level. In his time at the club Shaun has won 6 club Best and Fairest award and been runner-up on 5 occasions. He won the league Best and Fairest in 2005 and has won the League goal kicking 4 times (claiming the same award at the club 10 times). Skipper for 9 seasons Shaun has unfortunately played in 5 losing grand finals – 3 as captain. Shaun played VAFA representative football in 2000 and has also been treasurer of the club for 5 years. There is no known proof of Payzey ever handballing we don’t hold it against you. It is a monumental contribution to the club and all at Peninsula are thrilled for Shaun as he reaches this milestone.

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Since debuting in 1993, Box Hill North’s GEORGE CAVALLO was quick to make an impact on both a personal and team level. Following on from his 1994 best and fairest efforts, came a reserves premiership in 1995. George’s work rate on and off the field is truly remarkable, from managing a 5 goal haul out of the square last week, to being the main bar man, Vice President and last but not least Life Member.

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Every club needs a gorilla in the goal square and Yarra Valley Bushrangers’ big BEN SEEGER has prowled the goalsquare for over a decade. A dedicated Bushranger off field too, as Treasurer for the past 6 seasons, he is the youngest Bushranger to reach 200 games. His accolades include: Twice reserve competition leading goal kicker, three times club reserve leading goal kicker and again is the comp leader in 2013. Ben is a very much a straight-ahead player, superb mark and a very reliable left foot kick.

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South Melbourne Districts captain ELLIOT COSTELLO was a member of the clubs 2007 premiership side and a former club champion. He has been led from the front since taking over the captaincy in 2011.

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MICHAEL WILSON has spent most of his life at the Beaumaris Football Club. Michael started in the juniors at the age of six and has steadily progressed through the ranks. He was captain of the Under 19s two years in a row. Michael played seniors and reserves. He has overcome a serious knee injury so to reach 150 games which is a fantastic achievement. Beaumaris is very fortunate to have such a fantastic clubman.

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Uni Blues’ captain MATT TORNEY this week plays his 150th game for the club. It has been a long wait for Torns who suffered an injury in game 149. Matt has had a decorated career at Blues, coming from Jan Juc, played U19s before his performances earned senior selection in 2004. A member of the 2004 premiership team, Matt played for Geelong in the VFL in 2006 before returning to Blues in 2008. Torns is fast, skilful and courageous; an outstanding leader, he has been captain since 2011. Torns also captained the VAFA representative team that toured Ireland in 2011.

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NATHAN GUYETT (Caulfield Gr.) – A brilliant young player, Nathan made an immediate impact playing his first game for our club while still at school in 1998. After overcoming a series of serious knee injuries, it’s a credit to Nathan’s perseverance & determination in achieving this milestone. All at The Fields congratulate “G” on this wonderful effort.

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GAMES

VAFA CONGRATULATES YOU IN REACHING THE MILESTONE

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NICK EDWARDS (Caulfield Gr.) – Nick played his first game in 2003 & has overcome a number of injuries to notch up his 150th game. With wonderful skills on both side of his body Nick can play at either end of the ground. Congratulations Nick on achieving this milestone.

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NICK PASK (Yarra Valley) – A very big congratulations to Nick Pask on reaching 150 amazing games for YV. A dual premiership player, Nick has given many years of great service to the club since debuting in 1999. An excellent player in any position, but is a star running through the middle or on the wing where he was named in the team-of-the-decade. Well done Nick and lets see you get to 200!

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WOODY EKE (Caulfield Gr.) – Woody has developed into a terrific player & has stepped up this year to take on a leadership role with the reserves. Well-done Woody from your many mates at The Fields.

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Oakleigh would like to congratulate WILL MANNING on his 150th game last week. Will played his first game against Ajax U19s in round 6, 2004. He has played 33 U19, 75 reserve and 42 senior matches. Wilbur has been playing some great footy in the twos of late and is pushing to play in the seniors for the remainder of the season. Congratulations from all of your teammates, supporters and sponsors.

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JAMES CORDWELL – Jimmy Nails chalks up 100 great games against Therry this week. Flashy across the back-line, Jimmy has been a great player for YV. From the family stocks of the great Laird bloodline, we look forward to seeing Nails run around for years to come.

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Eley Park’s ADAM CURPHEY has been the reserves captain for the last 3 years, is a great leader, footballer and clubman, winner of the Players Player award in 2012.

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St Johns ANDREW DEXTER, also know as “The Kid”, Andrew was a part of the 2005 premiership and over the years has filled a variety of on field roles. He cut his teeth down back where he got his reputation as a hard-nose, uncompromising defender. Andrew is a leader on and off the field and supports the club through many selfless deeds.

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DAMIAN HOPPER (Yarra Valley) – Big Hopper chalked up his 50 games last week. A club favourite and premiership player, we look forward to many more years around the club from the big man!

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NELSON POLLARD (Yarra Valley) – Smooth Pollard chalks up 50 games this week against Therry. A senior premiership player in 2012, Nelson’s silky skills on both sides have made him an integral member of the team. We look forward to watching Nels run around for the Bushrangers.

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THOMAS ROLLAND (Yarra Valley) – Congratulations to T-Roll on reaching 50 games. Tom has been a regular fixture in the ressies for the last few years. Tom’s regularly used both forward and back, but has a preferred penchant for splitting the big sticks.

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Oakleigh would like to congratulate BADEN WASS on his 50th senior game last week against Mazenod. His first senior game was in round 3, 2009 against Beaumaris. Baden has been serviceable playing seniors and hopes. From all of your teammates, supporters and sponsors.

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DIVISION 1

James Ried

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LOCK ‘EM IN Fluctuations in Division 1 – except at the top and bottom - presented as a tippers nightmare for much of the season, as ladder positioning and form has alternated throughout the year. However, that deviation has come and gone as teams have settled into their designated slots with last-minute hopefuls unable to overcome the odds. Miracles aside, MHSOB booked a seat alongside Glen Eira for a trip to Division 2 in 2014. Even the best mathematicians would rule out the probability of the Unicorns upsetting both Hampton Rovers and Ormond in conjunction with either Old Mentonians or Bulleen Templestowe losing their last two games convincingly. Prahran Assumption will also be the devil’s advocate, keeping a keen eye on the results as they require Whitefriars’ form to collapse and lose the remaining matches along with a flawless fortnight of their own to make the finals. Stranger things have happened. MHSOB’s last stand to avoid relegation was ended by a reoccurring trend for the Unicorns as one poor quarter cost them yet another chance of victory. After an even first term, MHSOB were blown away in the second as Old Geelong continued their good form, kicking five goals to none to take a 35-point lead at halftime. The Unicorns responded after the long break, chipping away at the margin scoring four goals for the quarter, but could never fully recover the deficit. Every time MHSOB mounted a comeback the OG’s would answer with a crucial goal, finishing the match 26-point victors. David Paton slotted four in the win while Matthew Collister claimed best on ground in what has been a respectable tail end of the season for the OG’s. Prahran Assumption were left to think of what could have been this season as their top four aspirations became utopian dreams after narrowly losing to Williamstown CYMS. The Two Blues’ desperation for victory was a no-show early as Williamstown opened proceedings kicking three goals to nil by quarter time. The margin would never exceed three goals but in a low scoring affair it was a healthy buffer in favour of the away side. Prahran Assumption switched on in the second 16

slotting three goals and reduced the margin to just 12-points at halftime. The third and fourth quarters would end much the same as the second, Williamstown CYMS having a counter for every Prahran Assumption challenge, denying the Two Blues momentum with a quick reply. Christopher Cini was deemed best afield for the CY’s as they scraped out a 7-point win away from home. Boss James Reserve was host to a shoot-out last weekend as 1st Hampton Rovers played 7th Bulleen Templestowe in what was a great day to be a forward. The two went goal for goal from the outset, with Hampton taking an unsurprising lead 32-19 by quarters end and extended that margin to 22 at halftime. Another nine goals were kicked in the third term as Bulleen Templestowe doubled their first half score to reduce the deficit to 15. In familiar fashion the Rovers ended the game with a fury kicking 6.4 for the quarter ceasing the Bullants’ hopes of an upset. Daniel Corp (4) and Matthew Care (4) finished off Hampton’s hard work while Rory Lynch provided an essential role in leading his side to a 27-point victory. Ormond’s finals preparation rolled on as they put yet another team to the sword winning nine of their past ten matches. An injury-riddled Old Mentonians side fronted up against the in-form team of the competition and as expected the match was over early. OMFC held up a fight in the first term but from then on the Monders’ overran the depleted Panthers, extending the margin at each change before eventually winning by 57-points. Jeremy Simon kicked an opportunistic four goals while Samuel Barnes controlled the back-half for the victors providing opportunities aplenty further afield. Whitefriars held onto 4th spot as they hosted Glen Eira, gaining a much needed percentage boost to make a finals berth almost certain. Whitefriars used the Saints players like it was a training drill as the Friars had plenty of goal-kicking practice, DIVISION 1 — TIPS IN BOLD (YEARS TOTAL 54 / 68%) MHSOB v Hampton Rovers Glen Eira v Old Mentonians Bulleen Templestowe v Old Geelong Prahran Assumption v Ormond Whitefriars v Williamstown CYMS

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none more so than Jean Daou who kicked nine goals while Michael Nitas (4) and Daniel Tibaldi (3) also contributed. Best on ground, Brendon Stafford ran amuck in the midfield getting touches as he pleased and kicked two goals of his own. The win secured Whitefriars a slot in the top four, while their opponents’ fortune was sealed months ago as Glen Eira still search for their maiden victory. This week MHSOB’s shot at the lottery begins as they host ladder leaders Hampton Rovers, in one of those cases in which their eyes are certainly bigger than their stomachs. The Rovers to get the four points on the road. Bulleen Templestowe plays Old Geelong who has won their past three matches, expect the OG’s will continue their run of form with another win. Prahran Assumption goes all-in for a finals berth as they face 2nd placed Ormond

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Hampton Rovers 5.2, 8.6, 12.8, 18.12 (120) Bulleen Templestowe 3.1, 5.2, 10.5, 14.9 (93) GOALS, Hampton Rovers: D. Corp 4, M. Care 4, J. Pavlou 3, S. Burggraaff 3, E. Turner 1, J. Donald 1, A. Duddy 1, D. Morton 1 Bulleen Templestowe: P. Florance 3, L. Wallis 2, J. Cowell 2, R. Course 2, M. Considine 2, G. Cherbakof 1, K. Cherbakof 1, R. Edsall 1 BEST, Hampton Rovers: R. Lynch, J. Zampaglione, R. Atkins, L. Verma, D. Corp, J. Schmitz Bulleen Templestowe: P. Florance, R. Edsall, R. Course, G. Williams, J. Cowell, M. Considine Old Geelong 2.5, 7.9, 10.12, 13.18 (96) MHSOB 2.1, 2.4, 6.9, 8.12 (60) GOALS, Old Geelong: D. Paton 4, T. Mountjoy 3, C. Wood 2, C. O’Brien 2, J. Mountjoy 1, J. Ratcliffe 1 MHSOB: B. Smith 2, C. Wilson 2, S. Villani 1, N. Campbell 1, M. Hamilton-Ho 1, N. Hawking 1 BEST, Old Geelong: M. Collister, T. Mountjoy, W. Symons, N. Hardie-Grant, B. Dean, A. De Fegely MHSOB: M. Manteit, B. Morrow, B. Steiner, T. Harper, R. Gavan, S. Villani Ormond 5.6, 9.9, 12.15, 15.20 (110) Old Mentonians 2.2, 5.3, 6.4, 8.5 (53) GOALS, Ormond: J. Simon 4, M. Robbins 3, J. Tabakman 3, L. Duthie 2, B. Upstill 1, S. Mason 1, S. Stait 1 Old Mentonians: D. Brown 2, B. Robertson 2, J. Waldron 2, J. Brohier 1, D. Hull 1 BEST, Ormond: S. Barnes, J. Simon, B. Upstill, S. Mason, D. Elkman, D. Haysom Old Mentonians: K. Smith-Cameron, D. Brown, B. Norton, D. Mills, D. Alexander, J. Jansson Williamstown CYMS 3.0, 5.2, 7.5, 8.7 (55) Prahran Assumption 0.1, 3.2, 5.5, 7.6 (48) GOALS, Williamstown CYMS: J. Vanderloo 2, S. Barlow 1, B. Deller 1, B. Gray 1, T. Johnstone 1, C. Taylor 1, P. Johnson 1 Prahran Assumption: P. Cristoforo 2, A. Sleight 1, M. Wall 1, D. Anglin 1, P. Harris 1, J. Robbins 1 BEST, Williamstown CYMS: C. Cini, T. Johnstone, N. Holdsworth, J. Gray, J. Bencich, N. Walsh Prahran Assumption: N. Davey, D. Anglin, E. MacDonald, J. Robbins, M. Wall, R. Costin Whitefriars 5.7, 12.11, 22.18, 26.21 (177) Glen Eira 0.1, 3.3, 3.3, 4.4 (28) GOALS, Whitefriars: J. Daou 9, M. Nitas 4, D. Tibaldi 3, A. Woods 3, O. Scannell 2, B. Stafford 2, R. Mattinson 1, A. Pearson 1, S. Allemand 1 Glen Eira: J. Serpanchy 1, S. Hollow 1, C. Maddox 1, M. Gillard 1 BEST, Whitefriars: B. Stafford, J. Daou, M. Simbolon, M. Stafford, M. Nitas, L. Kaldor Glen Eira: N. Dennis, L. Barda, J. Drummond, A. Tsirogiannis, C. Maddox, A. Spink

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at home. Ormond are the in-form team and the Two Blues’ bluff won’t pay off as the Monders’ earn the victory. Williamstown CYMS travel to take on fellow finals bound combatant Whitefriars as the two size-up their potential September opponent. With much more than premiership points on the line, predicting the Friars to fight out a narrow victory. Old Mentonians will hold onto 8th with a win over Glen Eira away from home.

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Ormond 4.12, 11.17, 18.25, 29.25 (199) Old Mentonians 0.2, 1.2, 3.2, 3.3 (21) GOALS, Ormond: S. Metz 9, J. Singleton 7, T. Naylor 4, W. Cove 2, H. Simon 2, N. Manning 1, K. Moran 1, D. MacHin 1, T. Blackburn 1, E. Lukas 1 Old Mentonians: C. Beck 1, J. Cafarella 1, T. Atonio 1 BEST, Ormond: T. Haysom, D. MacHin, D. Casey, E. Lukas, S. Metz, H. Simon Old Mentonians: J. Cafarella, J. Lee, C. Beck, D. Lamb, V. Le, J. Gregory Williamstown CYMS 3.1, 6.1, 9.2, 13.5 (83) Prahran Assumption 2.4, 4.7, 5.7, 5.8 (38) GOALS, Williamstown CYMS: F. Henry 3, M. Sultana 3, Z. Read 2, D. Ellis 1, S. Raunik 1, B. Hynes 1, E. Wright 1, J. Munro 1 Prahran Assumption: L. Shellard 1, R. Ellis 1, T. Candy 1, A. Dean 1, L. Giansiracusa 1 BEST, Williamstown CYMS: J. Newton, E. Wright, S. Davis, J. Gialamatzis, B. Coram, A. Thompson Prahran Assumption: A. O’Hare, M. Laverty, L. Giansiracusa, A. Dean, J. Ancrum, S. Durnan Whitefriars 7.6, 14.10, 24.14, 28.19 (187) Glen Eira 0.0, 2.0, 2.1, 6.4 (40) GOALS, Whitefriars: A. Garreffa 8, L. Hamblin 4, C. Wood 3, D. Kovacevic 3, T. Carrucan 2, L. Twomey 2, D. Kovacevic 1, P. Hennessy 1, B. Bucello 1, J. Waters 1, M. Shanks 1, N. Di Pietrantonio 1 Glen Eira: R. Beaini 2, J. Van Der Zwart 1, C. Hickey 1, A. Holmes 1, D. Eade 1 BEST, Whitefriars: M. Shanks, A. Garreffa, D. Kovacevic, P. Hennessy, L. Twomey, C. Wood Glen Eira: D. Eade, J. Van Der Zwart, J. RoHan, R. Beaini, J. Halliwell, A. Holmes Hampton Rovers 3.2, 7.3, 11.6, 13.6 (84) Bulleen Templestowe 2.3, 3.5, 7.7, 11.7 (73) GOALS, Hampton Rovers: M. Flahive 5, C. Long 3, A. Power 2, M. Short 1, R. Jones 1, M. Law 1 Bulleen Templestowe: P. Voglis 3, D. Florance 2, D. Follacchio 2, D. Russo 1, A. Lauria 1, P. Tsokas 1, A. Verga 1 BEST, Hampton Rovers: S. Curry, R. Jones, B. Kezilas, A. Power, M. Law, K. McNeil Bulleen Templestowe: L. Bettiol, A. Verga, M. Stella, M. Costa, D. Russo Old Geelong 2.2, 5.10, 8.13, 13.18 (96) MHSOB 2.1, 4.2, 6.4, 9.4 (58) GOALS, Old Geelong: MHSOB: R. Van Es 2, L. Taylor 2, J. Wood 2, N. Orchard 1, C. Wakefield 1, B. Goodfellow 1 MHSOB: (not supplied) BEST, Old Geelong: MHSOB: B. Goodfellow, R. Van Es, S. McNaught, M. Bunting, A. Lim, C. Wakefield MHSOB: (not supplied)

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DIVISION 2

Brenton Mann

@BrentyMann

THE PENULTIMATE ROUND Heading into the penultimate round of the season, following last week’s results, three of the top four spots are locked in. Therry Penola, Yarra Valley and Old Eltham are guaranteed to be play finals, with the fourth placed St Mary’s Salesian still in a precarious position. The Saints face Old Eltham and Yarra Valley and with St Johns still a slight chance of taking their spot, claiming at least one victory is a must. The top two of Division 2 face each other in what could be the match of the year thus far. The game holds extra significance, as these two are likely to face each other in a fortnight’s time in the 2nd Semi Final. Therry Penola and Yarra Valley have been the most consistent sides all year and deserve to hold top billing. Both sides are well stocked in the key forward posts so the key to victory is in the middle of the ground. The side that gets on top in the clearances and contested footy should take the four points and also the psychological edge heading into September. IN a quirk of the fixture, the top four all play each other with St Mary’s Salesian visiting Old Eltham in a season defining game. Victory will secure the Saints fourth spot and more than likely a 1st semi final against the same opposition in a fortnight. The Turtles are certain of finals, it’s all about who they will play. St Marys’ form in the last fortnight has not been that of a finals contender. They lost to cellar dweller Emmaus St Leos and more recently got taught a football lesson by Therry Penola. Old Eltham on the other hand are hitting their straps at the right time of year, their form has been patchy during the year but they will be tough to beat at home. However the most significant match of the round is at the other end of the table. The fight to avoid relegation takes place as Monash Grphons and Ivanhoe are separated by only 3% and face each other this week. For Ivanhoe victory is a must. In the final round they face Therry Penola and with 18

Monash facing Emmaus St Leos, a win this week should see them avoid relegation. Monash on the other hand knocked off Old Paradians last week must bring that form into this week and finish the year on a positive note. After their thrilling four point win over Ivanhoe last week, South Melbourne host St Johns and for the developing Districts, a chance for victory in their last home game. The JOCs on the other hand, with their finals chances still hanging by a thread, the four points are a must. The JOCs again pushed a top four side all the way without getting over the line. It has been a frustrating year for St Johns, they have the potential to be a top four side, but potential can only get you so far. South Melbourne has had a very solid second half of the year and will be looking to take that into the pre-season and take another step in 2014. Emmaus St Leos face Old Paradians at home and after these sides drew in their previous meeting, the Animals could be targeting their second win for the year. The Raiders’ form has been the hardest to read out of any side in Division 2. They are the classic “box of chocolates” side. Their best is good enough to knock off Therry Penola. They followed that great win up last week by getting rolled by Monash Gryphons. They are still a slight chance to be relegated, so victory against the hapless Two Blues this week is a necessity. The Animals on the other hand need some positivity to take into the pre-season and with Monash next week, they have a slight chance to end the year with more than a solitary win. DIVISION 2 — TIPS IN BOLD (YEARS TOTAL 55 / 69%) Emmaus St Leos v Old Paradians Yarra Valley v Therry Penola Old Eltham v St Mary’s Salesian Ivanhoe v Monash Gryphons South Melbourne Districts v St Johns

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ROUND 16 WRAP-UP After last week’s shock results, order was restored to the Division 2 ladder. Therry Penola showed that their loss to Old Paradians was just a blip on the radar after thrashing St Mary’s to the tune of 79 points. The Bannister brothers again dominated up forward, with 12 goals between them. They have a serious one, two punch and could very well carry the Lions to the flag. Monash kept their chances of avoiding relegation alive with a 22 point win over the plucky Raiders. South Melbourne continued their late season form with a thrilling four point win over Ivanhoe. Emmaus St Leos failed to build

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Old Eltham Collegians 4.1, 8.1, 10.2, 14.7 (91) Emmaus St Leos 2.2, 3.3, 5.4, 7.7 (49) GOALS, Old Eltham Collegians: G. Turner 4, B. Galvin 3, A. McClaren 2, S. Gardiner 1, C. Brown 1, S. Whiteside 1, C. Mizzi 1, J. Hyndman 1 Emmaus St Leos: D. Pryde 2, M. Lalor 2, C. Lowther 1, N. Hodder 1, J. O’Connor 1 BEST, Old Eltham Collegians: S. Whiteside, B. O’Malley, L. Ogilvie, R. Foo, G. Turner, S. Gardiner Emmaus St Leos: C. Hogan, A. McDougall, R. Harding, M. Lalor, C. Lowther, N. Baranello South Melbourne Districts 5.2, 6.3, 11.5, 12.8 (80) Ivanhoe 1.7, 5.9, 8.12, 10.16 (76) GOALS, South Melbourne Districts: J. Hampton 3, S. Mahoney 2, C. Lappin 1, J. Duim 1, T. Parish 1, Z. Grabovic 1, A. Lane 1, S. Bradford 1, R. Chirgwin 1 Ivanhoe: A. Close 2, L. Roberts 2, H. Post 2, J. Garth 1, A. Koutsoukis 1, C. Kingsford 1, G. Francis 1 BEST, South Melbourne Districts: J. Heis, S. Kelly, C. Lappin, J. Hampton, S. Mahoney, A. Lane Ivanhoe: M. Fogarty, A. Horton, G. Francis, A. Koutsoukis, P. Harris, H. Post Monash Gryphons 4.7, 6.9, 9.14, 11.18 (84) Old Paradians 1.1, 3.4, 6.6, 9.8 (62) GOALS, Monash Gryphons: G. Munro 2, B. Griesheimer 2, J. Nuguid 1, D. Petsinis 1, L. Allan 1, R. Hummerston 1, C. Mackie 1, K. Cherian 1, D. McConville 1 Old Paradians: A. Asdagi 3, D. Boundy 1, S. Rehlicki 1, J. Kandilakis 1, D. Mahony 1, M. Boundy 1, D. Giddings 1 BEST, Monash Gryphons: L. Pound, G. Munro, B. Fullerton, A. Erwin-Ross, M. Fletcher Old Paradians: S. Miller, A. Asdagi, M. Boundy, C. Kandilakis, A. Tulipano, A. Cunningham Yarra Valley 3.3, 7.3, 8.4, 15.6 (96) St Johns 1.5, 4.5, 8.9, 11.11 (77) GOALS, Yarra Valley: S. Yeo 3, C. Hodgens 2, R. Pollard 2, N. Paton 2, C. Beal 1, R. Little 1, D. Pagan 1, R. Amos 1, P. Ferrier 1, A. Houghton 1 St Johns: J. Gaget 2, G. Costas 2, L. O’Connor 1, R. Scott 1, N. Chalk 1, M. Forgiarini 1, K. Arnold 1, D. O’Connor 1, C. Ely 1 BEST, Yarra Valley: C. Hodgens, N. Paton, R. Amos, D. Letson, M. Fraser, P. Ferrier St Johns: D. O’Connor, N. Chalk, R. Dyker, C. Christiansen, G. Costas, K. Arnold Therry Penola 2.3, 7.5, 12.8, 17.13 (115) St Mary’s Salesian 2.0, 2.4, 5.6, 5.6 (36) GOALS, Therry Penola: C. Bannister 7, J. Bannister 5, J. Costello 1, J. Crotty 1, S. O’SullivanPlaza 1, M. Costello 1, M. Valenti 1 St Mary’s Salesian: L. Moreen 2, J. Tanner 1, S. Jones 1, J. McCoy 1 BEST, Therry Penola: M. Trimble, M. Valenti, B. Ratcliffe, J. Crotty, M. Heard, D. Blake St Mary’s Salesian: N. Latsas, J. Tanner, J. Rogers, K. Duerden, S. Jones, M. Jane

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on last week’s maiden win and went down to Old Eltham by 42 points, which secured the Turtles’ a finals spot. Yarra Valley showed their class in a spiteful game against St Johns that saw the Bushrangers salute by 19 points.

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Old Eltham Collegians 1.2, 6.8, 10.11, 15.12 (102) Emmaus St Leos 3.4, 3.5, 3.6, 4.6 (30) GOALS, Old Eltham Collegians: S. McAlpine 4, Z. Tranter 3, A. Coath 3, T. Woods 2, J. Bevilacqua 1, M. Makin 1, C. Jongebloed 1 Emmaus St Leos: D. Dapiran 4 BEST, Old Eltham Collegians: J. Bevilacqua, J. Denton, D. Delaland, S. McAlpine, A. Wightman, C. Jongebloed Emmaus St Leos: G. Simondson, M. Ottobre, A. Auliso, D. Mahony, J. Petrulis, E. Mitchell Ivanhoe 2.1, 5.4, 6.6, 7.7 (49) South Melbourne Districts 1.2, 2.4, 5.6, 5.7 (37) GOALS, Ivanhoe: T. O’Neill 1, J. Scoble 1, A. Biaggini 1, M. McCrystal 1, N. Blayney 1, R. Toogood 1, M. Brazzale 1 South Melbourne Districts: D. Phillips 3, D. Mcbrearty 1, J. Adgemis 1 BEST, Ivanhoe: S. Graeme, L. Vaughan, P. McCann, S. Gleeson, A. Biaggini, A. Millen South Melbourne Districts: D. Phillips, D. Barry, S. Boyd, J. Adgemis, D. Mcbrearty, A. Hedge Old Paradians 5.3, 5.8, 10.11, 16.13 (109) Monash Gryphons 0.7, 4.8, 6.11, 6.11 (47) GOALS, Old Paradians: M. Christie 4, S. Bowie 3, J. Seneca 3, B. Vincent 2, A. Tak 1, D. McKenna 1, B. Dines 1, A. Serafin 1 Monash Gryphons: W. Pocock 2, S. Edwards 2, D. Baxter 1, W. Harms 1 BEST, Old Paradians: M. Christie, S. Bowie, A. Jolley, J. Seneca, B. Vincent, A. Serafin Monash Gryphons: S. Edwards, S. Abel, D. Baxter, A. Robilliard, V. Wijewardane St Johns 2.3, 8.8, 10.11, 13.15 (93) Yarra Valley 1.1, 2.1, 2.3, 2.5 (17) GOALS, St Johns: M. Nicholson 4, N. Kuron 2, A. Pickering 2, M. De Poilly 1, A. Hall 1, N. Pouki 1, G. Roberts 1, A. Dexter 1 Yarra Valley: L. Gillies 1, B. Seeger 1 BEST, St Johns: J. Ayama, M. De Poilly, A. Hall, P. Daou, M. Lokeron, D. Cousins Yarra Valley: L. Grimwade, D. Mills, X. Nowicki, C. Trend, G. Smith, L. Gillies St Mary’s Salesian 3.2, 3.6, 3.10, 4.16 (40) Therry Penola 1.3, 2.4, 3.4, 4.4 (28) GOALS, St Mary’s Salesian: L. Hawkins 2, N. Jane 1, J. Evans 1 Therry Penola: J. Sacco 2, R. Forbes 1, L. Lentini 1 BEST, St Mary’s Salesian: D. Cropley, J. Strangward, T. Johnson, A. Baird, F. Ravida, N. Jane Therry Penola: J. Molloy, D. McCracken, J. Sacco, J. Stefanou, N. Kenessy, J. Coutts

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DIVISION 3

William Balme

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HAPPY MCMEEL EATS UP 13 Aaron Thornton’s bag of 12 in Round 1 was usurped by star La Trobe forward Jack McMeel on the weekend. McMeel’s 13, an awe-spiring effort in any division, was perhaps slightly dulled by the lack of competitive opposition in comparison to Thornton’s effort against 5th placed Richmond Central however it’s still a performance that no one would sneeze at. Jack McMeel has been a huge feature of La Trobe’s resurgence and if they do manage to sneak into the finals, much credit will be placed on the number 18’s back. Any comparison with another remarkable number 18 who played for the Kangaroos until that awkward bathroom incident is unfair, but McMeel has been an extremely consistent contributor at both ends of the ground for La Trobe and will cause headaches for many sides in years to come. I had him in my mid season team of the year and he will definitely retain his place in the end of season team. A man I did not select in the side is Tim ‘BWS’ Allman, who combined with the cover model Andrew Brazzale for 11 goals in Kew’s win over Richmond Central. Allman has continually improved for the Bears and like McMeel is very useful at both ends of the ground. The swingmen in the competition who can do a job at both ends may prove decisive in September. When the chips are down and the coach needs a change in structure, these players can often produce the spark. Round 16 spelled the end to Albert Park’s season as they went down to Aquinas by 18 points in a rugged affair. Two of the most valuable Aquinas contributors, Sam Williams and Phil Jurkovsky, were both outstanding as Aquinas kept their cool to claim an important victory. Hayden Turner had another strong game through the midfield however Aquinas was able to steady at the right time with their strong forward line. Albert Park has had a commendable season however they require far too much luck to push back into the 6 over the next 2 weeks. As previously mentioned, Jack McMeel had a ‘Buddy’ beautiful afternoon, kicking 13 and keeping La Trobe in the 6. Their game against 20

Albert Park next weekend is hugely important but is unlikely to be the final chapter in the gargantuan battle for 6th with Aquinas playing South Mornington. La Trobe was absolutely dominant against Old Westbourne, kicking 13 goals before Old Westbourne could manage 1. Old Westbourne has certainly popped the cue in the rack and face another daunting task at home against Kew next weekend. A strong 3rd quarter was enough to get UHSVU across the line against a courageous Power House. 5 goals to 0 in the 3rd came on the back of another impressive Michael Fitzclarence performance however Power House was far from disgraced. The bearded one, Leigh Johnstone provided a powerful target at full forward, kicking 5 goals for the vanquished. UHS-VU’s win and Elsternwick’s loss appears to have locked up 2nd spot for Uni High who will be looking to refuel for finals. Their depth is a major strength as illustrated by former Fitzroy footballer Dan Clarke coming into the side for his first appearance and immediately having a strong impact. Recently St Francis Xavier’s form has been rather up and down with a draw against Kew followed by a heavy loss to UHS-VU, however their 19-point win over Elsternwick is a clear indicator of how ready they are for finals football. The two teams are favoured to play each other again on the first weekend in September, albeit on a neutral ground. In Beaconsfield it was SFX on the back of Dwayne Scott’s 4 who won the battle. Whether Elsternwick is beginning to tire after a long season with a lack of depth is still a point of contention. Wade Williams again flexed his muscle for the ‘Wick however once again SFX’s big 3 (Dimakopolous, Smith and C Van Dam) featured in the best. Swinburne smashed their archrivals South Mornington, ensuring they didn’t trip up against them as they did in round 1. Richard Lugg kicked 6 for Swinburne, a side who should feel slightly aggrieved about their 2013 record. Ben Higgins and Jackson Manning kicked 5 between them, DIVISION 3 — TIPS IN BOLD (YEARS TOTAL 66 / 69%) Aquinas v South Mornington UHS-VU v Swinburne Elsternwick v Richmond Central Albert Park v La Trobe Power House v St Francis Xavier Kew v Old Westbourne

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but Kew’s ball use in the last quarter was too much for the valiant Snakes.

WILLIE BEE’S CLIVE WATERHOUSE MATCH OF THE ROUND Elsternwick and Richmond Central have both stumbled in the past month and will be desperate to gain some traction in their run home to September. Richmond, after a brilliant start to their season, is facing a struggle to remain in the 6 and a loss to Elsternwick could see them fall to 7th after the weekend. They require a big effort from their back six who were put to the sword by Aaron Thornton in Round 1. I’m backing them in to turn it around. Richmond by 7 points.

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Aquinas 3.2, 7.5, 7.8, 10.10 (70) Albert Park 2.1, 3.6, 6.8, 7.10 (52) GOALS, Aquinas: S. Williams 4, L. Toomey 2, M. Aloisio 1, B. O’Loughlin 1, P. Jurkovsky 1, Z. Parr 1 Albert Park: B. Murnane 2, S. Jess 2, J. Forte 1, J. Brick 1, L. Kerry 1 BEST, Aquinas: P. Jurkovsky, S. Williams, M. Vanrooy, J. Morrison-Story, B. Burke, R. Mcrobert Albert Park: H. Turner, J. Forte, R. Schneider, J. Antenucci, N. McLennan, D. Lyne Kew 5.7, 5.9, 9.11, 16.13 (109) Richmond Central 4.2, 7.3, 8.9, 13.12 (90) GOALS, Kew: T. Allman 6, A. Brazzale 5, H. Taylor 1, J. O’Bryan 1, P. Brough 1, B. Droessler 1, W. Balme 1 Richmond Central: S. Demeo 4, L. Carland 2, W. Grant 2, N. Bucci 2, W. Bucci 1, D. Hales 1, D. Firman 1 BEST, Kew: T. Allman, M. Cochrane, M. Henderson, B. Droessler, B. Shute, J. O’Bryan Richmond Central: S. Brown, T. Nunn, W. Dakis, N. Bucci, S. Demeo, B. Zelencich La Trobe University 6.2, 12.10, 20.13, 23.16 (154) Old Westbourne 0.3, 0.3, 1.5, 2.8 (20) GOALS, La Trobe University: J. McMeel 13, B. McMinn 3, J. O’Brien 2, D. Hacker 2, T. Quirk 1, E. McKenzie 1, D. McMaster 1 Old Westbourne: D. Carroll-Hughes 1, J. Bistisi 1 BEST, La Trobe University: Old Westbourne: H. Wyatt, D. Carroll-Hughes, R. Binney, W. Leighton, W. Wright, H. Daniels Old Westbourne: (not supplied) UHS-VU 3.7, 5.9, 10.14, 11.16 (82) Power House 2.0, 5.4, 5.4, 8.7 (55) GOALS, UHS-VU: E. Clarke 2, E. Pearson 2, M. Fitzclarence 2, D. Musil 1, D. Clark 1, M. Pearce 1, T. O’Halloran 1, C. Kelly 1 Power House: L. Johnston 5, D. Baker 2, A. Collett 1 BEST, UHS-VU: M. Fitzclarence, R. Matthews, E. Clarke, D. Clark, A. Kirk, S. Guggisberg Power House: L. Johnston, B. Leske, T. Hinck, H. Tomlinson, A. Collett, S. Shanks St Francis Xavier 3.1, 5.2, 8.5, 11.8 (74) Elsternwick 1.0, 4.2, 7.2, 8.7 (55) GOALS, St Francis Xavier: D. Scott 4, A. Klaric 2, A. Pavlovic 2, P. Bourke 1, T. Burns 1, P. Gould 1 Elsternwick: A. Thornton 4, D. Bedingfield 2, G. Culshaw 1, D. Faella 1 BEST, St Francis Xavier: C. Power, D. Dimakopoulos, D. Scott, S. Harvey, C. Smith, C. Van Dam Elsternwick: W. Williams, D. Healy, S. Grace, C. Mahony, L. Yeatman, A. Quinn Swinburne University 3.3, 8.5, 12.9, 17.11 (113) South Mornington 1.1, 2.3, 2.7, 4.11 (35) GOALS, Swinburne University: R. Lugg 6, J. Manning 3, J. Bradley 2, D. Hassaballa 2, B. Higgins 2, D. Manning 1, J. Curran 1 South Mornington: L. Fitzsimmons 1, B. Heib 1, K. Debernardi 1, B. Dowling 1 BEST, Swinburne University: R. Lugg, D. Hassaballa, K. Fitzpatrick, J. Manning, B. Higgins, J. Barnes South Mornington: L. Fitzsimmons, J. Dade-Bell, K. O’Loughlin, K. Woodruff, J. Dowsett, P. Dade-Bell

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Albert Park 2.6, 5.7, 5.7, 6.7 (43) Aquinas 0.1, 0.2, 2.3, 2.5 (17) GOALS, Albert Park: J. Sutton 2, J. Seven 2, M. Tojnar 1, R. Sloan 1 Aquinas: R. Tilley 1, P. Pham 1 BEST, Albert Park: M. Merritt, B. Gellie, B. Webster, B. Castles, R. Sloan, A. Waycott Aquinas: J. Tilley, B. Fenech, A. Wilczynski, A. Ball, A. Kinghorn, K. Rosewarne Kew 2.0, 5.5, 6.11, 10.12 (72) Richmond Central 2.1, 3.4, 4.7, 6.7 (43) GOALS, Kew: T. Bagnall 2, O. Twine 2, L. Klasen 2, C. Watts 1, A. Carman 1, A. Michael 1, B. Woodhouse 1 Richmond Central: S. O’Connor 2, M. Davis 1, A. Fiske 1, N. Cannon 1, G. Andrew 1 BEST, Kew: W. Delbridge, G. Younger, K. Allen, O. Twine, L. Orr, Z. Brabin Richmond Central: J. Shaw, B. Rayner, D. Sutherland, D. Panaho, B. Jones, A. Fiske La Trobe University 7.3, 11.13, 18.18, 25.22 (172) Old Westbourne 0.0, 0.2, 0.2, 0.2 (2) GOALS, La Trobe University: J. Hickey 6, B. Dales-Sutton 5, T. Mawdsley 4, M. Harney 3, M. Stringer 2, D. Francis 1, S. Marchitto 1, M. Brogden 1, A. Robertson 1, I. Fan 1 Old Westbourne: (not supplied) BEST, La Trobe University: I. Fan, M. Brogden, J. Hickey, M. Steele, B. Dales-Sutton, S. Marchitto Old Westbourne: L. Djordjevic, B. Germon, O. Hickey, P. Magann, J. Nikola, B. Knee UHS-VU 1.4, 3.8, 8.9, 12.11 (83) Power House 1.0, 2.0, 2.1, 3.6 (24) GOALS, UHS-VU: M. Sweeney 6, L. Temming 3, R. Thorp 1, J. McDonald 1, B. Anderson 1 Power House: J. White 1, N. Moresi 1, M. Lynch 1 BEST, UHS-VU: C. Bartlett, S. Cracknell, M. Sweeney, L. Temming, W. Smith, O. Malyon Power House: B. Cox, W. Summons, D. Eastey, M. Lynch, J. Dwyer, N. Moresi St Francis Xavier 2.4, 8.5, 11.7, 18.10 (118) Elsternwick 1.3, 1.3, 3.5, 4.6 (30) GOALS, St Francis Xavier: J. Roberts 5, R. Tocknell 3, T. Pearson 2, B. Carswell 2, S. Williams 2, R. Compt 1, D. Johnstone 1, D. Bennett 1, B. O’Hara 1 Elsternwick: L. Laird 1, G. Shiell 1, J. Biviano 1, M. Spence 1 BEST, St Francis Xavier: S. Williams, C. Luketic, D. Butcher, D. Bennett, T. Pearson, A. Hughes Elsternwick: K. Conrau, J. Biviano, M. Spence, C. Rogers, N. Hodskiss, J. Rootes Swinburne University 4.4, 6.7, 11.12, 13.17 (95) South Mornington 3.0, 4.3, 4.6, 7.9 (51) GOALS, Swinburne University: L. McManus 5, T. Kennedy 2, S. McGrath 2, K. Finn 1, R. Hurst 1, T. Bugler 1, S. Malone 1 South Mornington: J. Ivice 2, T. Sawers 1, R. Kemp 1, I. Davies 1, N. Coy 1, L. Dean 1 BEST, Swinburne University: J. Carroll, T. Bugler, S. Malone, L. McManus, R. Moloney, R. Hurst South Mornington: K. Hunt, R. Kemp, J. Ivice, K. Rose, J. Wilson, T. Sawers

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BACK WITH A VENGEANCE North Brunswick avenged their mid-season loss to cross-town rivals West Brunswick, upstaging the favourites by nine points at home. The win comes at a pivotal point in the season, with the Bulls moving to fifth on the ladder and two games clear inside the six. In other games, the Hawks and Dogs smashed the Dragons and Mt Lilydale respectively, while Box Hill North kept their slim finals chances alive with a comfortable win over Chadstone. The final game of the round saw the Northern Blues go down by 12 points to ladderleaders Eley Park, in what was a terrific game and a spirited performance by the Blues. The 2013 finals series is shaping up to an exciting affair. North Brunswick welcomed its past players back to the club on Saturday for its derby against rivals West Brunswick and they gave the greats something to smile about. The home side knocked off the Pies in an exhilarating match of football. In Stuart Hearn’s 100th game for the club, it was revenge at its best for the Bulls, who would avenge their last meeting with the Pies that ended in a close loss. Ben Gallagher up forward (4 goals) and best on ground Sahand Ghasimzadeh were amongst the Bulls best players, but it was an even team contribution that led to the win. West Brunswick will be disappointed with the loss, but they were outplayed all day. Fuzzard and Lloyd tried hard to get the Pies back into the game, but their efforts came unstuck as the home side powered away to victory. A handy tune-up before finals for both clubs. Daniel Penny’s nine goals was the difference between the two sides as Box Hill North overcame Chadstone by 65 points at Elgar Park. Penny booted five in a blistering first 15 minutes and finishing with a bag, taking his season tally to 63 and leads all comers in the goal-kicking leader board, a terrific effort. The home side led from start to finish and Chadstone could just not match the intensity of a superior side. Chadstone’s best were Dave Bennet, Cisco George and Dan Field, who continue to give it their all week in week out despite being deprived of success this year. With three games to go, Box Hill North sit two games 22

outside the six and must win all three to give itself the best possible chance of sneaking into the finals. A terrific game between Northern Blues and Eley Park ended in a grinding victory to the Sharks; however the young Blues will take some confidence from this game knowing they can match it with the best. Scores were level at three-quarter time, but a dominant six goal to three final term by the Sharks saw them grab the win. Marcon and Mcredmond bagged four and three goals respectively for the Blues, but poor ball use going inside 50 cost them in the last quarter. For the Sharks who continue to defy the challenges, Baehnson and Lindsay were clinical up forward sharing seven goals between them, while Corstorphin and Viola were again at their very best. An exciting finals series awaits for both sides, with the youthful Blues lineup to learn some lessons out of this defeat. The Hawks ensured they kept their stranglehold on the competition, destroyed a dismal Dragons outfit by 130 points. 16 goals to two in the second half blew the margin out considerably, with Tremewen (9 goals) and White (5) getting on the end of some excellent delivery to form a potent forward partnership. Finals hopes are still mathematically alive for the Dragons, but on that performance, they would be wondering whether they would be just making up the numbers. For the Hawks, a premiership and promotion to Division 3 should be their primary focus, as they have the firepower to do inflict some significant damage come September. Point Cook cemented their spot in the top four with a commanding 95 point win over Mt Lilydale at Saltwater Reserve. The away side was competitive in the first half and still in the game until half time, DIVISION 4 — TIPS IN BOLD (YEARS TOTAL 60 / 75%) North Brunswick v Mt Lilydale Chadstone v Point Cook Dragons v Manningham Cobras Hawthorn v Northern Blues Eley Park Sharks v Box Hill North

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but an astonishing fade away saw the Dogs kick 10 goals to none in the second half. Top four would be a great reward for the Bulldogs who can do some damage in September. Archibald and Herbertson both kicked four for the Dogs, while Whitling and Auciello were terrific on the ball. For Mt Lilydale should now be looking on building towards 2014, a four quarter performance is needed to really match the top sides.

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Box Hill North 6.6, 9.10, 10.11, 16.17 (113) Chadstone 0.1, 2.4, 3.9, 6.12 (48) GOALS, Box Hill North: D. Penny 9, C. Liston 2, C. Langley 1, C. Riscalla 1, M. Penny 1, C. Lee 1, A. Ramani 1 Chadstone: N. Boothman 2, T. Arthur 1, D. Nixon 1, J. Natoli 1, F. George 1 BEST, Box Hill North: D. Penny, A. Stanley, T. Manning, S. Keenan, S. Howe, R. Ball Chadstone: D. Bennett, D. Field, S. Sceney, F. George, T. Arthur, N. Yong

Box Hill North 3.4, 8.12, 13.19, 20.25 (145) Chadstone 1.0, 1.0, 1.0, 2.1 (13) GOALS, Box Hill North: G. Williams 6, A. Rodrigues 3, M. Bell 2, T. Manno 2, A. Obialor 1, J. Tambakis 1, G. Cavallo 1, N. Crossan 1, C. Pun 1, A. Rodrigues 1, A. Sallantioglu 1 Chadstone: (not supplied) BEST, Box Hill North: G. Tiley, A. Rodrigues, G. Williams, G. Cavallo, N. Crossan, M. Bell Chadstone: (not supplied)

Hawthorn 5.3, 8.5, 17.11, 24.15 (159) Dragons 0.1, 2.2, 2.4, 4.5 (29) GOALS, Hawthorn: D. Tremewen 9, R. White 5, N. Raiti 3, M. Pinkerton 2, J. Rossoukas 1, N. Brown 1, X. Hallam 1, S. Stormonth 1, D. Pritchard 1 Dragons: J. Mcalpine 2, M. Babar 1, T. Clappers 1 BEST, Hawthorn: D. Tremewen, D. Monohan, R. White, K. Davies, D. Pritchard, P. Nunan Dragons: L. Musa, V. Nguyen, A. Leaw, J. Do, J. Tan, C. Kuang

Hawthorn 2.4, 5.5, 7.6, Dragons 4.2, 5.2, 7.6, GOALS, Hawthorn: M. Laing 4, J. Jackomos 4, D. Lauletta 2, B. Borg 1 Dragons: F. Beshiri 4, J. Hatte 2, T. Ho 1, A. Ho-Peng 1, T. Ho 1 BEST, Hawthorn: J. Perks, C. Lolicato, D. Lauletta, A. McPhie, S. Moussi, V. Bist Dragons: A. Ho-Peng, I. McDonnel, J. Hatte, S. Chan, T. Ho, S. Monas

Point Cook 4.1, 8.6, 13.9, 18.14 (122) Mt Lilydale 1.0, 4.2, 4.3, 4.3 (27) GOALS, Point Cook: P. Archibald 4, M. Herbertson 4, J. O’Brien 2, P. Hegarty 2, D. Burton 2, R. Munn 1, C. Haynes 1, A. Auciello 1, T. Wilson 1 Mt Lilydale: L. Evans 2, M. Fernando 1, B. Byrne 1 BEST, Point Cook: J. Whitling, A. Auciello, M. Herbertson, S. Sinclair, J. O’Brien, S. Percival Mt Lilydale: G. Finkemeyer, M. Gower, B. Byrne, R. Strong, B. Boomsma, M. Taylor

Point Cook 5.5, 7.8, 10.13, 16.17 (113) Mt Lilydale 0.0, 0.1, 0.1, 4.2 (26) GOALS, Point Cook: M. Zammit 4, J. Maligson 4, M. Kennedy 2, C. Cox 1, C. Matcham 1, T. Woods 1, T. Seccombe 1, R. Tilly 1, C. Barry 1 Mt Lilydale: J. Pulkka 2, R. Black 1, T. Dickman 1 BEST, Point Cook: R. Tilly, M. James, J. Sutherland, C. Cox, D. Jofre, T. Woods Mt Lilydale: B. Andrews, D. Johnson, J. Pulkka, R. Cox, T. van Strijp, D. Hughes

North Brunswick 3.7, 3.10, 6.13, 8.14 (62) West Brunswick 0.1, 5.5, 6.8, 7.11 (53) GOALS, North Brunswick: B. Gallagher 4, P. Notaro 2, D. Lucevic 1, S. Hearn 1 West Brunswick: J. Beer 2, D. Fuzzard 2, S. Hulm 2, M. Holmes 1 BEST, North Brunswick: S. Ghasimzadeh, G. Selaidinakos, K. Zuidema, J. Dimarco, P. Gagliano, B. Gallagher West Brunswick: D. Fuzzard, T. Costa, E. Lloyd, J. Nulty, C. Wills, W. Stubbings

West Brunswick 4.0, 7.2, 8.4, 11.7 (73) North Brunswick 2.0, 2.5, 5.7, 7.7 (49) GOALS, West Brunswick: North Brunswick: T. Leary 2, P. Capaldo 1, L. Orfanidis 1, H. Wilson 1, B. Dancer 1, S. Wernham 1 North Brunswick: (not supplied) BEST, West Brunswick: North Brunswick: B. Dancer, H. Wilson, L. Orfanidis, W. Howard, S. Prince, D. Allan North Brunswick: (not supplied)

Eley Park Sharks 2.3, 6.4, 9.8, 15.9 (99) Northern Blues 3.3, 5.4, 9.8, 12.15 (87) GOALS, Eley Park Sharks: N. Bahnsen 4, K. Lindsay 3, G. Deacon 2, J. Peacock 2, S. Barry 2, D. Viola 1, Z. Khariwala 1 Northern Blues: D. Marcon 4, L. McRedmond 3, B. Parke 1, L. Carter 1, E. Scott 1, M. Cigagna 1, S. Maatouk 1 BEST, Eley Park Sharks: R. Dingeldei, D. McCabe, A. Peacock, A. Renshaw, J. Peacock, C. Marsiglio Northern Blues: L. Holmes, T. Lehmann, O. Clark, S. Clarkson, N. De Andrade, M. Edwartds

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Eley Park Sharks 7.3, 12.7, 16.12, 20.15 (135) Northern Blues 2.0, 2.0, 2.0, 2.3 (15) GOALS, Eley Park Sharks: T. Houlden 4, A. Farrugia 4, D. Crawford 3, N. Bem 2, J. Beasley 1, R. Raydan 1, M. Wilkinson 1, J. Wilson 1, T. Sigalas 1, W. Schwab 1, D. Perkins 1 Northern Blues: F. Carlucci 2 BEST, Eley Park Sharks: D. Perkins, D. Crawford, W. Schwab, O. Dickson, T. Sigalas Northern Blues: F. Carlucci, R. Cossens, K. Neil, J. Martin, B. Slaverio, J. Sortino

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1 Jake Williams 2 Christopher Santalucia 3 Andrew Pasceri 4 Matthew Jenkinson 5 Marcus Carroll 6 Benjamin Kennedy 7 Michael Darvell (VC) 8 Andrew Biddlecombe 9 Damian Lynch 10 Andrew Ryan 11 Luke Howard 12 Brendan Goss 13 Cauley Beetham 14 Josh Douglas 15 Matthew Bate 15R Matthew Skidmore 16 Brad Rogerson 17 Christopher Larkins 18 John Shaw 19 Timothy Dynon 20 Marcus Allan 21 Chris Waller 22 Louis Denton 23 Lachlan Smith 24 Samuel Tagliabue 25 Patrick Ambrose 26 Nick Wynne 27 Damien Ryan 28 Matthew Romanin 29 Matthew Handley 30 Murphy Ambrose 31 Matthew Ball (C) 32 Oliver Gidley 33 James Ulbrick 34 Ryan Colbert 35 Ed Lachal 36 David Sapuppo 37 Daniel Harangozo 38 Matthew Douglas 39 Michael Hannan 40 Samuel Lees 41 Esmond Prowse

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Louis Tiernan Nick Pepperell Matthew Walsh Lachlan Keith Daniel Iacuone Tom Williams Samuel Franklyn Jonathan Pintal Fraser Paterson Matthew Margin Ashley Sorrenti Steven Berengo James Woods Nicholas Biddlecombe Daniel Curtain Josh Anderson Jeremy Preece Robert Ralph Hugh Symon Nathan Drummond Luke Pirrie

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BEAUMARIS

UNIVERSITY BLUES

Coach: Craig Tonkin Assistants: Marcus Goonan / Anthony Grace

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

Matt Duggan Matt Petering Sean Coote Tom Abbott Tom Dean (C) Josh Ward Doug Pritchard Nick Loucaides Scott Braithwaite Scott Gower Will Murton Luke Casey-Leigh Jackson Leigh Tim Cumming Anthony Carroll Will Edmonds Michael Atkins Cal Buckley Beau Turner Lachlan Boyd Tom Buckley Adam Catlin Andy Clements Michael DeFontenay Brayden Haynes Mick Millar Jordan Thompson Will Mattingley Tom Gandy Joel DiNatale Matt Stephens Tom McMananamy Sean McNicholas Ben McLean Josh Kelly Michael Wilson Luke McNicholas James Bull James Lapa Tim Pritchard Nick Dickinson Luke Atkins

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Greg Roberts Luke Sketchley Jared Evans Luke Slater Bane Suboticki Sean Brennan Keith Paisley Jack Richter Germaine Ivanka Mitch Bourne Lucas Bourne Alex Edmondson Joel Billing Robert Wilson Brad Kilgore Byron Hughes Kurt Mocika Harry Bennett Mark Ensor

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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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DE LA SALLE

COLLEGIANS

Coach: Greg McLoughlin Assistants: John McDonough/ Damon Paull Reserves: Dom McInerney Thirds: Steve Brown

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

Nick Roberts Jacob Williams Matthew Moore Nathan Roberts Michael Duggan Tyson Hunt Tom Humphrey Peter Harrison (RC) Tom McMahon Sam Haslem David Lowe (C) Alexander Roberts Edward Clinch Matthew Hine Jacob Gotch Ryan Harris Damien Hale Sam Pickett Sam Williams Ben Humphrey Rishton McArdle David Hutchinson Daniel Close Aaron Kneebone Sebastian Gotch John Griffiths Lachlan Bull Stephen Wall Tim Allan James Crowe Charlie Haley Nick Fyfield Joel Phillips Dan Griffin Joshua Fisher Jack Vickers David Convery Luke Semmel Justin Baxter James Hansen Sam Brooks Liam Wood Olmo Salvatore Michael Stizza

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Brendan Close Harry Haley Luke Williams Tim Kovess Ben Nethersole Luke Jarvis Hugh Nicholson Eddie Espinosa Bradford Wilson Jason Terrell Mark French Tom Moloney Kieran Grant Oscar Persson Jackson McKay Garrett McDonough Simon Lowe Mitch Carter Jack Jarvis Pat Monaghan Chris Kelliher Charlie Athanassiou Michael De Luca Steven Wall Steven Hogan Tyson Parker Declan Freeman David Hutchinson Ryan McDonough Sam O’Donnell Beau Hill Liam O’Donnell Joe Ramsden Matthew Briglia Nick Hyland Nick Hogan Thomas Naughtin Matthew Naughtin Daniel Millwood Robert Gamble Adam Kurzel Cameron Watts Sam Morwood

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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 CAREY

OLD SCOTCH

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

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

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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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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ST BERNARDS

Coach: Matthew Kempton Assistants: Matthew Ablethorpe, Paul Yeomans, Cameron Roberts Reserves Coach: Xavier Moloney

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

Adam Cook Harrie Lahy Scott Myers Andrew Willingham Huw Lacey Jake Matthews Jandre Slabbert Scott Hissey Scott Weekley (VC) Bede Mahon (C) Sam Lane Bart Mill Daniel Hunt Angus Drysdale Simon Thomas Shane MacNamara Cameron Roberts Jackson Roder Joshua Gaylor Ben Saliba Andrew Torney Broc McCauley Tom Howgate Robert Humann Isaac Anderson James Clarke Brent Sheahan Adam Pattison Nick Batten Justin Crameri Levi Kalms Andrew Jesse (VC) Clive O’Sullivan Steven Flight Jordan Foster Andrew Else Dean McKay Jake Gardiner Tyrone Bell Tom Napier Adam Pitt Nick Holt

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Simon Yule Charlie Richardson (VC) Ross Tomkins Hamish Guthrie Mitchell Aitken Mark MacGugan Tom Brennan Alex Williamson Ben Farrow Jack Heeley Simon Lewis James Bismire Tom Sharp Cameron Turner Peter Lulham Joshua Steadman Peter Lynch Jason Johnson James Champion de Crespigny Andrew Kraeft Hamish Clemons Jonathon Bunge William Van De Fliet Sam Bell Callum Lawford Matthew Witokowski Andrew Moore Scott Dadswell Quinn Rooney Mark Rees Peter O’Rourke Rodney Price Stephen Judson Roy Dunnet Casey Knight Mark Egan Chris Wood Ryan Newbold Simon Clinch Sam Burt

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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OLD HAILEYBURIANS

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

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

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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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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FITZROY

AJAX

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

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

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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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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OLD BRIGHTON

WERRIBEE DISTRICTS

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

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

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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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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PARKDALE VULTURES

OLD TRINITY

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

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

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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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 Scott Meighan (RC)

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Mark Yeoman 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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ST KEVINS

OLD MELBURNIANS

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

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

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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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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MONASH BLUES

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

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

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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Tim Wilson Cameron Raine Shaun Black Daniel Khreish Dale Micallef Adam Bau Lachie Mann Chama Jayaweera Chris Bray Nicholas Jook Patrick Flanagan Patrick Johnson James Matner Matthew Rich Ross Fileccia Steve Mann Damien Mc Cloud Dave Maskill Anthony Bray (RC) Ryan Woolley Anthony Chivarella James Verbyla James Hende James Chater Dale Crotty Luke Terry Jeff Bates James Egan Daniel Ryding Ben Willersdort

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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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OLD CAMBERWELL

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

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

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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Jye Childs James Hall Johnny Caldow Patrick Kelly James Grinter Edward Grinter Gabriel Williams Alastar Dugdale Daniel O’Donoghue Alex Martin Lachlan McCann Mitch Piazza Luke Dudley Chris Ead Matthew Walkerden Derek MacDonald Alex Dyson Matthew Rawlings Josh Hunter Tim Stevens Jock Laidlaw Sam Caruso Ben Kutcher Adam Oakley Jackson Tennant Tom Saker Michael Rapa David Sagnelli

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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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Alexander Vickery Jay Himat Teri Miriklis Jack Duke Harrison Levvey Ben Hart (C) Stefan Anjou Robert Campbell Declan Mitchell Matthew De Petro Stephen Warr James Way Matt Dyson Joshua Kennedy Nicholas Pryde Corey McLaughlin Matt Davis Nicholas Searles Brad Dean

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PEGS FC

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

Coach: Trent Cummings Assistant: Brendan Payne

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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Dean Podger Thomas Wilson Thomas Black Ben Briggs Daniel Rowland Jesse Saunders Daniel Cantwell Jake Gauci Nicholas Bartram Andrew Palmer James Taylor Blake Anderson Andrew Khallouf Jed Watson Dylan Anderson Jarryd French Adrian Curry Mark Mitchell Andrew Lukac Ryan Richardson Thomas Rumble David Stewart Dylan Gauci David Bianchi

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OLD IVANHOE

MARCELLIN

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

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

Rhy Gieschen Luke Lochran Nick Gieschen Sam Gielings (VC) Adrian DelMonte Stuart Low Jake McKeon Paul Spurling Chris Sutherland (VC) Brett Nagel Nick Butler Alex Vella Ricky Jessop Chris Johnson Kobe Trajanovski Brad Flintoff Zac Keane Michael Mitris Daniel Steele Jake Trajanovski Bernie McDowell James Moio Iza Dawkins Ritchie Butler (RVC) Evan Byrne Brandt Harrison Hayden Heta (C) Dean Heta Andrew Paine (RC) Brandon Lee Christian Gianfagna Aaron Smith Stephen Ward Richard Skok Robert Hondromatidis Sam Wilcox Adam Baldwin Simon Paton Arthur Solomidis Michael Basckos Chanz Crowley Jordon O’Neill (RVC) Robert Glavas Scott Day Shaun Stewart Tyson Hill Craig Nichol Gareth Fowler Philip Dinakis Mitchell Bodycoat

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BANYULE

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

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

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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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CLUB WAREHOUSE RISING STAR 2013 SAM MASON – ORMOND As a 15 year old, Sam Mason debuted in the Ormond seniors on June 30, 2012 where he was named in the best players. Sam followed up with another senior game before going back to help his U/16 team try to win a premiership in the SMJFL Division 1 section. The team played well and Sam was one of Ormond’s best but they narrowly lost the Grand Final by 5 points. Sam has played this season in the seniors in a resurgent team and has continued to prove his worth and rewarding the selectors for the punt they had taken with youth more than twelve months ago. Sam is gearing up for a finals campaign in the seniors this season and we wish him, his team and the club all the best.

* 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 KRISTYLEE CLARK – ST BEDES/MENTONE TIGERS Kristylee Clark has been a trainer at St Bedes Mentone Tigers for 3 years. Starting in the juniors Kristylee has progressed over the last couple of years into the senior ranks. This year she shares the role of Head Trainer at the club, a position that she handles with aplomb. As well as looking after all the player’s injuries, niggles, and concerns Kristylee is responsible for organsing the roster of all the training staff, and has the important job of ordering all the medical stock. Popular with her peers, Kristylee is a great acquisition to SBMT and we look forward to watching her continually grow and develop in her current role over many years to come.

All winners of the Elastoplast Trainer of the Week have won a prize pack from Elastoplast that can be picked up from VAFA HQ at Elsternwick Park during business hours Monday – Friday.

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Geoff Reilley

@GeoffreyReilley

5 YEARS AGO – 2008 Ladder leaders in C Section, Hampton Rovers, did not play like leaders when Mazenod defeated them 11.14 to 6.11. The game was lost by three quarter time with the Rovers trailing by over 8 goals. Best: Meehan, Reed, Dunne (3), (Mazenod) and Verlin, Devereaux, (Hampton). At the Umpires Association Annual Dinner the Golden Whistle award went to Joel Morrison and the Andy Carrick award to Sean Scully Senior. Jayde Daly was the Young Achiever Award winner and Lionel Katz received a 10 year award. 10 YEARS AGO – 2003 In C Section, Collegians became the ladder leaders with only 1 round to play after the previous coleaders, St Leos Emmaus were soundly defeated by Old Camberwell 9.10 to 19.10. St Leo’s poor percentage could even cost them the double chance if they were to lose the following week. Old Camberwell started well and were never headed with goals hard to come by for St Leos. Best: Cadzow (6), Horgan (3), P Tempone (3), (Old Camberwell) and Ristevski, Vaughan T McCann, (St Leos). Murray Pitts, highly decorated player for Beaumaris, played his 100th game. Murray had played in senior and U19 premierships, won a competition best and fairest and had been in the VAFA’s senior rep side. 20 YEARS AGO – 1993 Aquinas caused an upset in E Section defeating Glenhuntly and in doing so opened up the fight for the top four. After a slow start, Glenhuntly came back strongly in the second quarter but Aquinas’ second half was impressive in the 14.9 to 9.7 victory. Best: Hacking, Grierson, Livingstone (4) (Aquinas) and I Withers, Rafferty, Millar (Glenhuntly). St Leos congratulated Theo (Dutchy) Vandenakker on reaching 250 senior games. After 15 years and 5 premierships it had been a great career for Dutchy. In F1 Section, St Mary’s made short work of Old Carey and firmed their second place on the ladder. Best: Mullinger (3), West, Huebner, Mullins (5), for the Saints and Merrigan, Berti, Cutlack, Raft (5), (OC). 30 YEARS AGO – 1983 In A Section, Uni Blues maintained their top 42

position and also put some pressure on Old Xaverians, who were close to the relegation area, with a 9.17 to 4.9 victor. Xavs led in the first quarter but it was all the Blues after that. Best: Angel, Macauley, Yeo (Blues) and O’Sullivan, O’Shaughnessy, S Curtain, (OX) In B Section, clear ladder leaders, Old Paradians did not have it their own way against bottom side Old Camberwell. The Wells were in front at quarter and half time and it took half way through the third term before Paradians led. Paradians went on to win 10.20 to 9.12. Best: P Wood, C Hughes, Grills (OP) and Petty, Armstrong, Spencer (OC).

40 YEARS AGO – 1973 Fairfield caused an upset in C Section by defeating top team Parkside and in doing so threw out the challenge to the other teams in the four as they moved into 5th place, only out of the four by a percentage differential. After Parkside looked to be taking control at half time 7.11 to 6.2, Fairfield played an exceptional third quarter kicking 12.6 to 2.0 and even with the breeze in the last quarter, Parkside could not make up the difference going down 14.16 to 19.11. Best: Fitzgerald, Chapman (9), Hyland (Fairfield) and Carruthers, Gary Dryden (4), Graham Dryden, (Parkside). Hampton Rovers kept their finals’ hopes alive in D Section with a solid victory over Commonwealth Bank 19.10 to 10.13. Best – R Huckett (4), Bennett (5), Wolfe (7) (Rovers) and Hutchins, Dick, Petrynuik (Comm Bank). Graeme “Lumpy” Moran played his 226th game for Ormond and broke the record for the most number of senior games at the Club. A remarkably consistent defender over 11 seasons, Lumpy was a key member of Ormond’s ‘triple’ of A Section premier teams. 50 YEARS AGO – 1963 In a great round of amateur football, four of the top A Section teams were opposed. In the surprise of the season in A Section, Collegians outplayed Old Paradians to win by 40 points and thus put a stop to Paradians previous, undefeated run. Collegians had a grip on the game by the end of the first quarter when they scored 6.2 and kept Paradians goalless. Best for Collegians was David Walduck who kicked 4 goals in quick succession in the first term while others to star were Woodlock, Lucas and Ferguson. THE AMATEUR FOOTBALLER 2013


THE VALLEY

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Senior Coach 2014 Applications are invited for the position of senior coach of the Beaumaris Football Club for the 2014 season. This year the Club became the first suburban club to play in the Premier Section of the Victorian Amateur Football Association since 1996.

The Beaumaris Football Club has 4 senior teams (including 2 under 19 sides). It also has 24 junior teams making it one of the largest junior clubs in Australia. The juniors represent a strong feeder program for the senior sides.

Further details on the club are available at www.beaumarisfc.com.au Applications (including cv) are to be sent to beaumarisfc@bigpond.com

Applications close 20 September. Position descriptions will be provided on request. Enquiries can be made to: Ron Buller (President) on 0418 992 564 John Murton (Vice President) on 0409 937 641

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U19 Premier — Brayden Carey filling in for Olivia Crowe @Liv_Crowe OM’s tie up the Snowdogs as shut for De La who had 15 goal kickers in their Panton’s 8 goals brings him win over Old Brighton. Knight continued a good within 4 of sharpshooter leader run of form being Old Brighton’s best player. A Healey who booted 5 majors. spread of contributors saw St Kevin’s have a solid win over Old Scotch. A late burst from the Blues The game of the round saw gave them something to smile about as St Bede’s OM’s halve the points with St find themselves assured of 2nd spot. Cross found Bernards. Panton was clearly the best player on the the ball all day for St Bede’s kicking 3 in BOG field but not too far behind was the Tom Saundry performance whilst the Blues Craig and Nixon who kicked 2 goals for the Snowdogs. Old Xavs managed 2 majors each to feature in the best continued their good form leading into finals players. with a solid win against Beaumaris. The Sharks’ Williams was a solid contributor and Lovejoy who Thinking Old Xavs won’t be premiers may be a bit is back from TAC Cup duties was again in the best naive but the form of St Bede’s in the past weeks players. Despite dominating, the finals door has says Xavs won’t have it all their way this spring!

U19 Section 2 with Lewis Emmerson

An early morning clash saw Werribee overcome Caulfield Grammarians by 26-points. Aaron Knezevic was a fresh face amongst Werribee’s goal kickers booting 3 while Hayden Stewart was best afield for Caulfield. Old Carey had a resounding 44-point win over University Blacks. Carey’s Alexander Moshovelis bagged 5 goals in a standout game while Sam Sher continues to dominate for the Blacks. Parkdale dispatched Old Trinity by 56 points which has put an almost certain end to Old Trinity’s finals aspirations. Parkdale’s Chris Stielow had the ball on a string, racking up

@LewisEmmerson countless possessions. Mark Yeoman was efficient and clean while leading Trinity’s midfield group. Collegians have all but cemented their spot in the finals with a commanding win over Marcellin. Collegians lead at every change to finish 58-point winners. Mark Yates went forward and loved every minute of it as he bagged 6 goals for Collegians. Marcellin’s Xavier Burns nailed 4 goals of his own. Fitzroy narrowly survived a massive fright from bottom dwellers Mazenod. The Nodders almost pulled off the upset of the season as they jumped out of the blocks kicking 5 straight in the first quarter. Fitzroy’s Dylan Leech kicked 3 while Liam Riley was solid for Mazenod.

U19 Section 3 with Andrew Leonard

Not a lot to take out of the weekend just passed other the fact Old Camberwell and Old Xaverians won. Both are still legitimate finals chances although results would need to go their way. In an 8 team competition the fact that the sixth placed side are on 9 wins and a game outside the four shows that relative strength of this section. The Wellers beat AJAX (4th)to give themselves and Xavs hope. Old Xavs beat Whitefriars (3rd) by 10 points to open up the possibility of the four sides swapping places. Ironically the fixtures are reversed this week. Again both Old Camberwell and Old Xavs can help 44

@ LennyVAFA each other out by beating Whitefriars and AJAX respectively. For Xavs it was Fenton and Gallagher delivering the goods whilst for Camberwell it Urwin and Vogel who excelled. For the vanquished, Hickey kicked three for Whitefriars and Kalmus snagged four for AJAX. Elsewhere Delee-Vergini and Hammoud both kicked 5 goals in the Blues thrashing of PEGS. Williamstown CYMS did likewise to Old Geelong although they had a larger spread of goal kickers. By Saturday evening we will either know the final 4 or we will have an epic round 18 scheduled. Let’s hope it’s the latter. THE AMATEUR FOOTBALLER 2013


U19 North with Nick Duxson @nicholasjduxson

Good teams peak at the right time of the year, and with just two rounds left before finals, Old Ivanhoe, Ivanhoe and St Mary’s are all battling it out for the minor premiership. All three have very winnable games this weekend – the Hoes’ traveling to Old Westbourne, the Saints hosting the Unicorns and the Magpies visiting La Trobe Uni. Last Saturday St Mary’s continued a tough run for St Bernards, Holmes booting five goals in the Saints’ 68-point win. Grigg slotted four as Ivanhoe thrashed Old Haileybury by 93 points and Begeman starred as Old Ivanhoe

annihilated the Trobers by 21 goals. Therry Penola remain just behind the top three after a comfortable eight goal win against MHSOB, Jake Butson continuing his hot streak in front of goals with 10 majors. The Warriors fought off a determined Old Paradians outfit, with Josh Stephens kicking nine goals after his haul of eight the week before. Old Haileybury and the Parade boys are still batting it out to avoid the dreaded wooden spoon, and they will have a tough ask this week taking on Therry Penola and St Bernards respectively.

U19 South with Nick Duxson @nicholasjduxson

ItOakleigh has secured the minor premiership after thumping an undermanned Peninsula outfit by 25 goals. Aaron Cloke kicked 13 of those, with 11 other Krushers getting on the scoreboard. The Rovers caused a massive upset, toweling up Ormond on the road by 73 points. Massey slotted four for Hampton, while Edgar and Hill both chipped in with three apiece. Beaumaris proved themselves to be a contender, leading third-placed Old Mentonians at every change as they ran out 24-point winners. Hardeman starred with four goals for the Sharks, with Rossi doing the same for OMs. UNDER 19 Premier (YEARS TOTAL 58 / 73%) Beaumaris v St Kevins Old Brighton v St Bedes/Mentone Tigers Old Scotch v Old Melburnians Old Xaverians v De La Salle St Bernards v Uni Blues

Lawrence and O’Connor led the way as St Bedes Mentone secured their 12th win for 2013, beating the Blues by five goals. Parkdale are now guaranteed the wooden spoon, after they suffered a 104-point defeat at the hands of De La Salle. The Vultures were held goalless in the first half before fighting back in the second, while Hogan kicked five and Hay starred for De La. De La Salle’s clash with the Tigers looms as an important one in terms of the top four, after Beaumaris leapfrogged them to take fourth position last round. UNDER 19 North (YEARS TOTAL 59 / 85%) La Trobe V Ivanhoe St Mary’s Salesian V MHSOB Old Paradians V St Bernards Therry Penola V Old Haileybury Old Westbourne V Old Ivanhoe

UNDER 19 Section 2 (YEARS TOTAL 53 / 66%) Old Carey v Mazenod Collegians v Caulfield Grammarians Old Trinity v Fitzroy University Blacks v Parkdale Vultures Werribee v Marcellin UNDER 19 Section 3 (YEARS TOTAL 47 / 68%) Whitefriars v Old Camberwell Northern Blues v Old Geelong Old Xaverians v AJAX PEGS v Williamstown CYMS

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UNDER 19 South (YEARS TOTAL 51 / 64%) Peninsula V Old Mentonians Hampton Rovers V Oakleigh Ormond V Beaumaris Monash Blues V Parkdale Vultures St Bedes Mentone Tigers V De La Salle

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RESULTS UNDER 19 PREMIER Old Xaverians 4.5, 8.12,15.15, 22.19 (151) Beaumaris 1.0, 2.1, 3.1, 7.2 (44) GOALS, Old Xaverians: H. Healey 5, F. Lane 4, C. Stratford 4, J. Skene 2, J. Close 2, M. Henderson 1, M. Cain 1, J. Forrest 1, O. Silk 1, A. Ongarello 1 Beaumaris: M. Williams 2, T. Perkin 1, M. Lovejoy 1, S. Burke 1, J. Pemberton 1, N. Smith 1 BEST, Old Xaverians: D. Prowse, H. Batten, J. Midgley , T. Williams, H. Healey, C. Stratford Beaumaris: M. Williams, M. Lovejoy, T. Douglass, S. Burke, T. Perkin, E. Harris De La Salle 6.5,11.14,20.19, 27.25 (187) Old Brighton 0.0, 0.0, 1.1, 5.2 (32) GOALS, De La Salle: J. Howard 6, D. Grant 3, D. Spicer 2, L. Wood 2, M. Hogan 2, A. Wheatley 2, J. Wheeler 2, J. Gava 1, S. McGraw 1, W. Kanz 1, H. Ramsay 1, K. Wallis 1, L. Feather 1, J. Cox 1, M. Harvey 1 Old Brighton: B. Stonier 2, M. Bade 1, D. McDonald 1, F. Boxter 1 BEST, De La Salle: H. Ramsay, L. Wood, J. Howard, W. Kanz, S. McGraw, M. Mullaly Old Brighton: J. Knight, D. Robinson, J. Bilu, B. Stonier, S. Keen, J. Longbottom Old Melburnians 3.5, 3.6, 6.7, 11.7 (73) St Bernards 2.3, 5.7, 7.9, 10.13 (73) GOALS, Old Melburnians: M. Panton 8, O. Madders 1, W. Leveni 1, W. Bate 1 St Bernards: T. Saundry 2, M. DeLeur 2, A. Boyse 2, S. Woods 1, P. Romano 1, T. Russell 1, J. Shine 1 BEST, Old Melburnians: M. Panton, C. Nettlefold, L. Prendergast, C. Barry, W. Heggen, M. Gibson St Bernards: T. Saundry, D. Colaco, A. Goodson, C. Peart, M. Scarpino, Z. O’Halloran St Kevins 0.0, 0.0, 0.0, 13.6 (84) Old Scotch 0.0, 0.0, 0.0, 7.6 (48) GOALS, St Kevins: J. Taylor 2, N. Armato 2, M. Turnbull 2, L. Sabato 2, W. Coates 2, J. Howell 1, T. Soultanakis 1, T. Sullivan 1 Old Scotch: L. Parisi 2, S. Neil 1, J. Daggian 1, K. Paltoglou 1, H. Philip 1, N. Walmsley 1 BEST, St Kevins: J. Stewart, L. Sabato, J. Dimattina, J. Taylor, T. Soultanakis, J. Canterbury Old Scotch: N. Reddish, D. McDermott, S. Armstrong, M. Wills, W. Michael, N. Santini St Bedes / Mentone Tigers4.3, 4.7, 9.10, 10.11 (71) University Blues 2.0, 2.2, 2.4, 6.5 (41) GOALS, St Bedes / Mentone Tigers: A. Cross 3, J. Dalzotto 2, P. Hurst 1, J. Capp 1, B. O’Toole 1, S. D’Andrea 1, D. Moloney 1 University Blues: S. Nixon 2, C. Craig 2, C. Williams 1, T. Blakey 1 BEST, St Bedes / Mentone Tigers: A. Cross, J. Beckwith, J. Capp, J. Bower, T. McMAHON, J. Dalzotto University Blues: C. Williams, B. Watson, T. Morrison, S. Nixon, C. Craig, J. Pardo

UNDER 19 SECTION 2 Werribee 0.2, 5.8, 7.13, 11.16 (82) Caulfield Grammarians 1.3, 1.7, 3.7, 8.8 (56) GOALS, Werribee: A. Knezevic 3, M. Fitzpatrick 2, L. Gibbs 1, C. Moloney 1, L. Vella 1, C. Sullivan 1, M. Smith 1, H. Acciarito 1 Caulfield Grammarians: J. Easton 2, D. Simic 2, J. Steiger 1, T. Stewart 1, L. Holmes 1, L. Gallop 1 BEST, Werribee: C. Sullivan, L. Gibbs, M. Fitzpatrick, T. Crennan, A. Knezevic, M. Smith Caulfield Grammarians: H. Stewart, C. Logan, J. Steiger, D. Meddings, D. Dickson, D. Postma Fitzroy 1.3, 5.7, 8.10, 10.12 (72) Mazenod 5.0, 5.4, 8.6, 10.7 (67) GOALS, Fitzroy: D. Leech 3, J. Meltzer 2, J. Iacono 1, H. Simcoe 1, L. Edwards 1, J. Steinfort 1, O. Ishak 1 Mazenod: L. Riley 2, R. McCarthy 2, P. Cincotta 2, S. Riley 1, L. Strudwick 1, S. Forster 1, D. Hayes 1 BEST, Fitzroy: D. Leech, J. Steinfort, J. Fraser, S. Dalton, J. Hill, N. Ligris Mazenod: L. Riley, J. Trounce, J. Dietzel, S. Mydaras, J. Walton, S. Riley Collegians 5.4, 7.7,12.13, 17.14 (116) Marcellin 1.0, 4.0, 7.1, 9.4 (58) GOALS, Collegians: M. Yates 6, J. Dunn 3, S. Hibbins 3, J. Diplaris 2, T. Phillips 2, C. Kipouridis 1 Marcellin: X. Burns 4, B. Pearce 1, J. Bettello 1, P. Chard 1, J. Sammut 1, R. McKenzie 1 BEST, Collegians: T. Phillips, M. Yates, J. Dunn, M. Schure, S. Hibbins, J. Bazzani Marcellin: P. Hamblin, N. Watty, T. Butler, J. Bettello, X. Burns, T. Bastiaan

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Old Carey 7.4, 12.5, 17.9, 20.11 (131) University Blacks 1.2, 7.6, 8.8, 12.15 (87) GOALS, Old Carey: A. Moshovelis 5, A. Richardson 3, J. Gaff 2, C. Jackson 2, S. Cambridge 2, A. Dickson 1, L. Andrianakis 1, D. O’Connell 1, C. Cousins 1, C. Wood 1, J. Cator 1 University Blacks: T. Walshe 3, T. Martin 2, W. Van Der Vliet 1, G. Ward 1, B. Poole 1, M. Hutson 1, J. Grant 1, S. Sher 1, H. Arthur 1 BEST, Old Carey: A. Moshovelis, A. Richardson, C. Wallace, F. Cator, M. Cushen, H. Harry University Blacks: S. Sher, C. Rose, H. Arthur, C. Zwar, T. Walshe, H. Ukich Parkdale Vultures 6.0, 12.1, 15.5, 17.7 (109) Old Trinity 2.5, 3.7, 3.9, 7.11 (53) GOALS, Parkdale Vultures: (not supplied) Old Trinity: M. Brown 1, H. Aikman 1, A. Syme 1, H. Boyle 1, A. Heuston 1, S. Nicolosi 1, D. White 1 BEST, Parkdale Vultures: D. Ballard, J. Waters, C. Stielow, W. McGOWAN, L. Emmerson, M. Dickie Old Trinity: M. Yeoman, M. Brown, B. Syme, S. Nicolosi, H. Aikman, M. Azarnikow

UNDER 19 SECTION 3 Northern Blues 4.6, 8.9,11.12, 15.15 (105) PEGS 0.0, 1.2, 2.4, 2.4 (16) GOALS, Northern Blues: D. Delle-Vergini 5, M. Hammoud 5, P. Steinicke 2, A. Gonnella 1, C. Useinov 1, J. Moller 1 PEGS: (not supplied) BEST, Northern Blues: M. Hammoud, P. Steinicke, D. Delle-Vergini, R. Jepson, T. Hughes, A. Allouche PEGS: (not supplied) Old Camberwell 2.5, 4.11, 6.17, 11.19 (85) AJAX 5.1, 7.3, 9.5, 9.8 (62) GOALS, Old Camberwell: M. Todd 3, D. Berry 2, M. Vogel 2, A. Taverner 2, C. Thorn 1, R. Vienet 1 AJAX: J. Kalmus 4, D. Goodman 1, A. Lerner 1, J. Lipton 1, J. Yarrow 1, B. Joel 1 BEST, Old Camberwell: C. Urwin, M. Vogel, C. Thorn, X. Troy, W. McDonald, A. Taverner AJAX: J. Bade-Boon, D. Cohen, J. Forbes, J. Kalmus, D. Rothschild, J. Yarrow Williamstown CYMS 5.10, 8.16,12.21, 15.25 (115) Old Geelong 0.1, 0.1, 1.1, 2.3 (15) GOALS, Williamstown CYMS: R. Joy 3, T. Szanyi 2, N. Bratby 2, T. Dimitriou 2, N. Ebinger 2, M. Knight 2, R. Ackerly 1, R. Chan 1 Old Geelong: D. Ennel 1, W. Holmes 1 BEST, Williamstown CYMS: T. Szanyi, R. Slaney, A. Oates, M. Morris, B. Meadows, S. McVernon Old Geelong: H. McKay, W. Holmes, C. Burbury, W. Evans, Z. Carroll, H. Macmillan Old Xaverians 6.4, 7.4, 9.9, 12.13 (85) Whitefriars 4.1, 8.9, 9.11, 10.15 (75) GOALS, Old Xaverians: F. Keramitsis 2, D. Hermans 2, H. Cookesley 2, T. Bergin 1, S. Lefebvre 1, T. Harrison 1, B. Vaughan 1, O. Keogh 1, L. Dipierdomenico 1 Whitefriars: C. Hickey 3, J. Spencer 2, N. Hee 1, M. Malt 1, E. Kalcovski 1, E. Gilbert 1, R. Malt 1 BEST, Old Xaverians: T. Fenton , R. Gallagher, J. Kaldawi, A. Cannon, M. Smith, T. Bergin Whitefriars: T. Baker, L. Galtieri, L. Sandy, R. Malt, B. Dinh, M. Malt

UNDER 19 NORTH Therry Penola 6.4, 9.7,12.11, 16.13 (109) MHSOB 1.1, 2.2, 5.3, 8.7 (55) GOALS, Therry Penola: J. Butson 10, M. Jacobson 2, J. Mansbridge 1, J. Twomey 1, G. Di Ciero 1, E. Daley 1 MHSOB: M. Dogliotti 2, S. Shearer 2, J. Bukor 1, N. Clampett 1, W. Colman 1, J. Ah-kan 1 BEST, Therry Penola: J. Butson, S. Tatlock, J. Gough, M. Jacobson, L. Taylor, C. Kilbane MHSOB: W. Colman , J. Bukor, S. Shearer, S. Hayes, M. Dogliotti, A. Tran Ivanhoe 2.3, 6.7,10.14, 16.18 (114) Old Haileybury 2.0, 3.0, 3.1, 3.3 (21) GOALS, Ivanhoe: B. Grigg 4, C. Robinson 3, Z. Mowat 3, B. Zagontinos 1, J. Harbottle 1, S. Nix 1, D. Ioannou 1, E. Robinson 1, D. Treloar 1 Old Haileybury: J. Reid 2, S. Somers 1 BEST, Ivanhoe: A. Purtell, J. Harbottle, A. Griffith Old Haileybury: J. Reid, S. Perera, K. Hartnett, B. TraegerHaig, H. Melville, J. Conte Old Ivanhoe 7.2, 12.5, 18.6, 27.11 (173) La Trobe University 1.4, 1.8, 3.9, 6.9 (45) GOALS, Old Ivanhoe: W. Gough 4, M. Kirwan 4, N. Valkanis 3, B. Carpinteri 3, N. Kalafas 2, A. Steinicke 2, A. Stenta 2, J. Begeman 2, M. Pierce 2, C. Matheson 2, J. Kandiliotis 1

La Trobe University: D. Barnaby 1, J. Billings 1, J. Roberts 1, B. Dunstan 1, J. Croxford 1, S. Neville 1 BEST, Old Ivanhoe: J. Begeman, J. Stanton, M. Kirwan, N. Valkanis, G. Mancuso, L. Oliver La Trobe University: A. Rae, C. Ruwoldt, T. Toohey, D. South, K. Echaluce, S. Conheady Old Westbourne 5.2, 10.6,13.10, 16.12 (108) Old Paradians 2.2, 6.4, 7.9, 12.10 (82) GOALS, Old Westbourne: J. Stephens 9, T. Stiles 3, D. Bean 1, A. Gallina 1, R. Draghiciu 1, H. Iannacone 1 Old Paradians: (not supplied) BEST, Old Westbourne: A. King, J. Stephens, H. Iannacone, A. Gallina, A. Scarpino, J. Dineen Old Paradians: (not supplied) St Mary’s Salesian 3.4, 6.8,13.11, 21.12 (138) St Bernards 2.2, 4.4, 5.6, 9.8 (62) GOALS, St Mary’s Salesian: L. Holmes 5, D. Gook 3, J. Sutherland 3, B. Andrews 3, K. Buchanan 2, C. Angley 2, D. Schipper 1, C. Gibbs 1, N. Bussell 1 St Bernards: J. Ford 3, M. Farrant 2, D. Tannenberg 2, A. O’Connor 1, J. Turville 1 BEST, St Mary’s Salesian: L. Holmes, C. Angley, N. Ludwig, A. Bussell, J. Sutherland, M. Howard St Bernards: T. O’Sullivan, M. Farrant, F. Gatens, J. Turville, J. Ford, D. Mighell

UNDER 19 SOUTH Hampton Rovers 4.3, 10.6, 13.8, 20.9 (129) Ormond 2.3, 3.7, 5.11, 7.14 (56) GOALS, Hampton Rovers: J. Massey 4, L. Edgar 3, H. Hill 3, C. Jones 2, T. Hickox 2, M. Robertson 1, N. Pavlou 1, J. Campion 1, S. Care 1, J. Zaina 1, T. Jones 1 Ormond: C. Hecker 2, C. Carothers 2, B. Hardwick 1, M. Csote 1, K. Allen 1 BEST, Hampton Rovers: M. Robertson, H. Hill, T. Jones, J. Massey, L. Edgar, N. Pavlou Ormond: L. Adlington, C. Carothers, K. Allen, S. McCooke, B. Hardwick, R. De Biase De La Salle 3.5, 11.7, 16.9, 21.13 (139) Parkdale Vultures 0.1, 0.2, 3.3, 5.5 (35) GOALS, De La Salle: M. Hogan 5, H. Zaia 3, J. Hanley 3, J. O’Sullivan 3, A. Hay 2, D. Anastasio 2, E. Holden 1, J. Pirovano 1, L. Carracher 1 Parkdale Vultures: G. Billings 2, A. McNeil 2, J. Andrews 1 BEST, De La Salle: A. Hay, N. Halliday, H. Zaia, J. O’Sullivan, J. Hanley, J. Dojcinovic Parkdale Vultures: S. De Amicis, L. Symons, T. Rayner, G. Billings, A. McNeil Beaumaris 3.5, 5.12, 9.16, 13.19 (97) Old Mentonians 3.1, 6.5, 9.5, 11.7 (73) GOALS, Beaumaris: M. Hardeman 4, B. Crimmins 2, A. Hardeman 1, D. Johns 1, K. McDonagh 1, A. Aridas 1, T. Mellick 1, S. Chamberlain 1, J. Jowett 1 Old Mentonians: B. Rossi 4, W. Carvill 3, C. Edgeworth 2, L. Owen 1, C. Minton 1 BEST, Beaumaris: M. Hardeman, D. Johns, M. Ramanathan, A. Hardeman, L. Brennan, A. Aridas Old Mentonians: C. Edgeworth, C. Fryer, L. Mirams, C. Minton, J. Ahdore, J. Harrison Oakleigh 4.5,13.10,20.15, 28.21 (189) Peninsula 1.3, 2.3, 3.5, 3.5 (23) GOALS, Oakleigh: A. Cloke 13, Z. Pearce-Thomas 3, J. Cook 2, A. Deneys 2, C. Pinney 1, C. Grant 1, J. Davidson 1, J. Benoiton 1, J. Lever 1, K. Schmauder 1, L. Pappon 1, A. Mase 1 Peninsula: H. Featherby 1, J. Miers 1, J. Anthony 1 BEST, Oakleigh: C. Grant, Z. Pearce-Thomas, M. Tate, C. Pearson, A. Mase, A. Cloke Peninsula: H. Featherby, J. Moignard, J. Miers, J. Boak, S. Barbour, J. Anthony St Bedes / Mentone Tigers4.4, 4.6,10.12, 14.15 (99) Monash Blues 0.0, 3.4, 3.4, 9.7 (61) GOALS, St Bedes / Mentone Tigers: M. O’Connor 3, K. Harbis3, S. Upton 2, C. Michaud 2, J. Popaz 1, T. Woods 1, P. Paspaliaris 1, L. Heywood 1 Monash Blues: R. Ho 3, D. Silk 2, D. Esdaile 1, J. Bartels 1, T. Berenyi 1, M. Wahab 1 BEST, St Bedes / Mentone Tigers: W. Lawrence , M. O’Connor, J. Bichsel, J. Eldred, C. Kinsey, J. Popaz Monash Blues: A. Brady, J. Wilson, C. Prendergast, D. Esdaile, R. Ho, D. Silk

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U19 – PREMIER

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De La Salle

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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Oliver Grant (Co C) Joshua Edwards (Co C) James Baxter Jonathon Sammut Patrick Hamblin Rowan Mc Kenzie Patrick Chard (VC) Brendan Pearce Nicholas Giovas Marcus Hopkins Heath Jenkins Jeremiah Antypas Andrew D Souza Adam O’Sullivan Nick Watty Adrian Bonato Sean Loannidis Hugh Sheridan Paul Lacarruba Aidan Francischelli Thomas Manthos Giancarlo Moca

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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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PREMIER THIRDS

ROUND 15

University Blacks 3.2, 4.4, 6.7, 10.10 (70) De La Salle 1.2, 2.3, 4.9, 4.10 (34) GOALS, University Blacks: De La Salle: E. Espinosa 2, S. Morwood 1, S. Wall 1 BEST, University Blacks: De La Salle: L. Jarvis, D. Millwood, J. O’Connor, R. McDonough, S. Griffin, S. O’Donnell Old Scotch 1.6, 4.9, 8.14, 12.15 (87) Old Carey 2.5, 4.7, 8.9, 10.10 (70) GOALS, Old Scotch: S. Muttdon 4, M. Chitham 3, M. Morey 2, J. Daggian 1, M. Bradley 1, B. Summerfield 1 Old Carey: T. MacReady - Bryan 6, S. Leon 2, M. Andrews 2 BEST , Old Scotch: M. Peric, S. Muttdon, M. Chitham, J. Daggian, W. Ponsford, M. Bradley Old Carey: T. MacReady - Bryan, N. Baker, N. Henry, M. Baker, M. Ramsay, G. Girdwood St Bernards 0.0, 0.0, 0.0, 0.0 (0) Collegians 0.0, 0.0, 0.0, 0.0 (0) Old Xaverians 2.3, 4.4, 5.5, 6.5 (41) University Blues 1.2, 2.3, 4.9, 5.10 (40) GOALS, Old Xaverians: T. Agius 1, D. Molan 1, S. Adams 1, B. Pirrie 1, C. Smith 1, B. Corcoran 1 University Blues: R. Kennedy 2, J. Hood 1, T. Walsh 1, A. Walsh 1 BEST, Old Xaverians: S. Ross, T. Agius, D. Curtain, B. Pirrie, J. Evans University Blues: P. Ruggles, J. Kershaw, T. Baker, S. Dalton, D. Condon, D. Gumley

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PREMIER B THIRDS

ROUND 16

Fitzroy 4.5, 7.5, 11.8, 14.13 (97) Parkdale Vultures 1.2, 4.3, 6.4, 8.5 (53) GOALS, Fitzroy: J. Atkinson 3, J. Farrell 3, C. Evans 2, D. Temple 2, J. Murray 1, B. Roberts 1, G. Poulton 1, E. Barnes 1 Parkdale Vultures: K. Little 3, A. Wingrave 1, N. Zamudio 1, S. Rickards 1, M. Chitty 1, J. Hunter 1 BEST, Fitzroy: M. Willson, R. Lloyd, J. Atkinson, C. Evans, J. Farrell, T. Paleologou Parkdale Vultures: P. White, K. Little, J. Peirce, J. Hunter, A. White Old Melburnians won by foreit. Old Xaverians won by foreit.

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Mazenod won by foreit. Old Ivanhoe 3.3, 7.9, 14.12, 19.13 (127) Peninsula 2.4, 4.5, 4.6, 5.6 (36) GOALS, Old Ivanhoe: B. Mantesso 11, S. Stewart 4, B. Tieman 2, C. Toohey 1, B. Halkyard 1 Peninsula: J. Bland 2, A. Bouten 1, M. Cole 1, D. Jackson 1 BEST, Old Ivanhoe: B. Mantesso, S. Stewart, S. Green, M. Gorden, B. Tieman, G. Williams Peninsula: J. Bland, A. Bouten, G. Smith, R. White, M. Cole, D. Jackson Pegs 0.0, 0.0, 0.0, 10.6 (66) St Kevins 0.0, 0.0, 0.0, 9.11 (65) GOALS, Pegs: St Kevins: L. Davrain 2, D. Bourke 2, S. Carne 2, T. Garrow 2, B. Steains 1 St Kevins: (not supplied) BEST, Pegs: St Kevins: P. Di Natale, M. Edwards, R. Dicintio, S. Carne, L. Davrain, H. Sargent St Kevins: (not supplied)

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UMPIRES

Steve McCarthy & Leah Gallagher

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CONGRATULATIONS ALL ROUND FAMILY MILESTONES Great to see two of our goal umpiring dads umpiring their 100th VAFA games this weekend. Ray Stokes and Brett Morton, who both began goal umpiring to be involved in their sons’umpiring careers a few years ago, are reaching milestones that they both probably wouldn’t have expected when they followed their sons down to Elsternwick Park. Brett was just the driver when sons Nathan and Jarryd began umpiring so he thought he may as well wave the flags rather just sit in the car and watch. Pretty much the same story for Ray when he followed sons Frank and Will down. Will be a great family occasion when Nathan and Jarryd run the boundary in Brett’s game at St.Kevins and Frank runs the boundary in Ray’s game at De La Salle. A pity Will’s in retirement. Great to have so many family connections throughout the grades. Have a great day boys.

IT’S OUR JOB???? A comment from a player that came out from last week’s game that raised the eyebrows of the umpire in charge. When not awarded a free that the player thought he deserved, he paid out on the umpire, and the umpire replied in kind. The player was taken aback by the reply and duly said “you can’t talk to me like that” the umpires reply was “you talked to me like that” the players answer was “but it’s your job to take abuse”. Seriously guys it’s our jobs? – we don’t think so!!!!

QUIET MILESTONE Congratulations to Darren (Daggles) Dalgleish who quietly clocked up his 350th VAFA game in an under 19s game last weekend. Well done Daggles, the work you do with our young umpires is greatly appreciated by the reast of the coaching group as well as the umpires themselves.

HARRIS FAMILY BUTCHERS Don’t forget our sponsors who have been doing a sensational job all season in supplying our barby meat at our VAFAUA meetings. Go down and visit them at 73 Mackie Road East Bentleigh and they’ll look after you.

BACK FROM HOLIDAYS Like most clubs, from time to time umpires like players have holidays during the footy season. As such your return to the fold is not an automatic entry from the level you left. Greg Rolfe made his way back after a two week layoff on a Pacific cruise by running in Premier C. The problem for Rolfey was the one-pace running he was showing due to that lifebuoy that had remained stuck around his stomach after the safety demonstrations on board the ship. That buffet is always a trap! Poor Rolfey got seen by an observer, and at quarter time instead of speaking to him the observers comments were to his partner Alex Anthony, “Alex, you don’t have to do all the running, look at how big this bloke is let him do it.” Better showing from Rolfey in the next 3 quarters, and we’re sure he’ll return to the higher sections today. 52

CONGRATULATIONS Has been a long journey, but finally a female field umpire has made it into Premier B this week. Not since scribe Leah Gallagher broke into then B Grade in 2001 has another female field umpire reached this level. So congratulations Jayde Daly and enjoy the day.

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UNDER 18

Olivia Crowe

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AND THEN THERE WERE TWO Friday night lights brought UHS-VU a victory that they needed against Richmond Central. Despite a low scoring and inaccurate goal kicking display, the Uni boys got the job done away from home at the famous Victoria Park. With both these sides unable to make finals in 2013, any success they can gain from the next three weeks will assist them moving forward. Credit goes to St Bernards as they put up a good challenge to ladder leaders Kew. The Snowdogs led by power forward Jeremy Sullivan with 4, had the lead at the last break but the Giants undefeated streak continued as they claimed victory by 5 points with Robert Maibaum kicking 6. This performance shows that they will be a force to be reckoned with come finals time. St Mary’s Salesian were disappointing at home against fourth placed Point Cook who dominated right from the start, 52 points the final margin with Kurt Mayne kicking 5 for the victors. The Saints, who will miss September action, will be looking to make the most of their last 3 games of season 2013. Despite the 20 point loss, Collegians were competitive against Werribee who have been a great side all season. Notwithstanding the Lions inability to score for three quarters, they will take some confidence out of the performance. With two rounds to go, the top two are set and there is only opportunity for St Bernards to sneak into the four.

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UNDER 18

LAST ROUND

UHS-VU AFC 0.0, 0.0, 0.0, 5.15 (45) Richmond Central AFC 1.2, 2.7, 2.8, 2.12 (24) GOALS, UHS-VU AFC: M. Mallia 2, N. McMahon 1, M. Healey 1, O. Boru 1 Richmond Central AFC: J. Lee 1, R. Ergul 1 BEST, UHS-VU AFC: B. Dimattina, N. Wallace, O. Boru, J. Healey, M. Mallia, N. Perica Richmond Central AFC: J. Lee, D. Curnow, T. Wicks, A. Kelly, O. Wyatt, B. Katon Kew AFC 4.1, 5.4, 7.5, 10.7 (67) St Bernards 2.2, 4.4, 8.5, 9.8 (62) GOALS, Kew AFC: R. Maibaum 6, C. Spencer 1, E. Murray 1, T. Hayward 1, J. Chesson 1 St Bernards: J. Sullivan 4, J. Carey 2, C. Hughes 2, J. Firth 1 BEST, Kew AFC: C. Spencer, E. Murray, L. Kinsella, C. Quinlivan, M. Sadikin, R. Maibaum St Bernards: B. Hedley, C. Hughes, M. Hughes, D. Parkes, N. Larkin, E. Connelly Point Cook AFC 5.3, 8.4, 9.8, 12.13 (85) St Mary’s Salesian 0.1, 2.5, 3.7, 4.9 (33) GOALS, Point Cook AFC: K. Mayne 5, A. Grigg 3, B. Foley 2, J. Crofton 1, J. Evangelidis 1 St Mary’s Salesian: T. Pepperell 1, N. Evans 1, D. Ryan 1, J. Curwood 1 BEST, Point Cook AFC: C. Morrison, M. Pruscino, J. Crofton, A. Cook, B. Foley, J. Evangelidis St Mary’s Salesian: C. Hutchinson, S. Ganambarr, J. Curwood, N. Evans, K. Brauns, C. Clery Werribee Districts 1.3, 7.6, 8.8, 9.12 (66) Collegians 2.0, 2.0, 4.1, 7.2 (44) GOALS, Werribee Districts: M. Thar 2, M. Frenkel 2, S. Long 1, J. Stewart 1, T. Mallia 1, A. Limina 1, B. Parker 1 Collegians: N. Gordon 3, S. Porz 2, H. Butterss 1, M. Palmer 1 BEST, Werribee Districts: D. Stoios, C. Yeoell, M. Frenkel, M. Thar, M. Defina, T. Mallia Collegians: A. Porz, S. Porz, E. Rice, M. Tyrrell, M. Gregory, H. Hawkins

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CLUB XVIII SECTION 3 PRELIMINARY FINAL Sunday 18th at 9.40am (Sportscover Arena)

ELEY PARK SHARKS VS KEW

Eley Park Sharks

Kew AFC

Coach: Bill Karametos

Coach: Jason Innes

1

Stewart Andrews

G

B

15 Jarrod Balme

G

B

7

Brad Jackson

G

B

20 Anthony Acfield

G

B

11 Corey Cresswell

G

B

28 Xavier Goring

G

B

18 Ivan Gridchin

G

B

34 Timothy Hunter

G

B

27 James Dean

G

B

39 Ira Boots

G

B

32 Shakya Wolokh

G

B

44 Nicholas Sweetland

G

B

33 Daniel Sullivan

G

B

49 Alex Quinn

G

B

37 Brendan Donnelly

G

B

50 Todd Mason Dover

G

B

38 Matt Boyall

G

B

53 James Basile

G

B

39 Douglas Pumpa

G

B

54 Dion Abel

G

B

42 James Dowling

G

B

55 Tim Chapman

G

B

43 Adam Brock

G

B

58 Kosti Barker

G

B

45 Adam Rock

G

B

60 Simon Coles

G

B

49 Josh Brown

G

B

61 Michael Facciolo

G

B

50 Paul Salvatico

G

B

62 Anthony Grieve

G

B

51 Andrew Quantrell

G

B

64 Hugh Simmons

G

B

54 Charlie Dunn

G

B

66 Lewis Allman

G

B

59 Will Knight

G

B

67 Stephen Cummins

G

B

60 Alex Grados

G

B

68 Timothy Bateman

G

B

69 Dayne Ratcliffe

G

B

68 Emmett O’Donnell

G

B

71 Corey Wickham

G

B

72 Matthew Colvin

G

B

73 Daniel Butler

G

B

73 Jon Mould

G

B

74 Jarad Baker

G

B

78 Jacob Taylor

G

B

75 Nick Greenhalf

G

B

80 Francis Indovino

G

B

78 Stephen Judd

G

B

85 Murray Plain

G

B

81 Anthony Gutza

G

B

86 Julian Geldard

G

B

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PREMIER THIRDS

ROUND 15

PREMIER B THIRDS

ROUND 16

CLUB XVIII SECTION 2 PRELIMINARY FINAL Sunday 18th at 12.00pm (Sportscover Arena)

EMMAUS ST LEO’S VS ORMOND

Emmause St Leo’s

Ormond AFC

Coach: Mark McGrath

Coach: Paul Konstanty

2

Ben Walters

G

B

4

Yannick Chani

G

B

3

Tom Walters

G

B

6

Daniel Brosnan

G

B

4

Oliver Scott

G

B

7

Tim Ashford

G

B

5

Mark Pietryk

G

B

11 Ben Hay

G

B

6

Robert Wright

G

B

17 Liam Adlington

G

B

7

Andrew Gordon

G

B

35 Tristan Brideson

G

B

8

Tim Sheehan

G

B

36 Aaron Holman

G

B

9

Oliver Hill

G

B

37 Chris Everett

G

B

10 James O’Donnell

G

B

41 Lucas Blatman

G

B

12 Michael Garbellini

G

B

43 Mitchell Veal

G

B

14 Chris Hadjiantonakis

G

B

44 Samuel Ashton

G

B

15 Matthew Hubbard

G

B

46 Jarred Harry

G

B

16 Stephen Jones

G

B

47 Daniel Farthing

G

B

18 David Miller

G

B

48 Tom Mccrabb

G

B

19 Michael Bickerdike

G

B

49 Leon Calvert

G

B

20 Niles Sheridan

G

B

50 Jason Kille

G

B

21 Jonathan Greensides G

B

56 David Kingston

G

B

22 Mark Seen

G

B

59 Andrew Hastings-Dodge G

B

23 Paul Gordon

G

B

61 Damien Cleary

G

B

26 Nick Chapman

G

B

66 Daniel Milosavljevic

G

B

29 Chris Sheridan

G

B

68 Josh Cukierman

G

B

35 Matthew Barry

G

B

70 James Young

G

B

42 James Grant

G

B

78 Michael Jukes

G

B

49 Nathan Cadden

G

B

80 Paul Konstanty

G

B

61 Chris McKenzie

G

B

81 Jason Mcdonald

G

B

72 Robert Hughes

G

B

82 Chris Cleary

G

B

89 Jarrod Fee

G

B

85 James Gates

G

B

86 Cody Johnson

G

B

87 Mark English

G

B

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CLUB XVIII SECTION 1 PRELIMINARY FINAL Sunday 18th at 2.20pm (Sportscover Arena)

PRAHRAN ASSUMPTION VS ST BERNARDS

Prahran Assumption

St Bernards

Coach: Brett Lewis

Coach: Mel Beyer

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Brett Michael

G

B

1

Mathew Gurrisi

G

B

2

Gerard Ryan

G

B

6

Mark Salvadori

G

B

3

Con Faraci

G

B

11 Daniel Janides

G

B

6

Peter Derbyshire

G

B

12 Ben Hogan

G

B

9

Crispin Myres

G

B

13 Chris Mitchell

G

B

11 Damien Guengerich

G

B

14 Martin McVeigh

G

B

12 Henry Fried

G

B

19 Nicholas Toy

G

B

13 Michael McKenna

G

B

20 Josh Faulner

G

B

14 Daniel McGrath

G

B

22 Aaron Helenius

G

B

16 Adrian D’Cunha

G

B

24 John Hellard

G

B

17 Chris Morton

G

B

28 Alex Buckley

G

B

18 Nicholas Gouin

G

B

30 Michael Moloney

G

B

19 Husayn Pitts

G

B

31 Jessie Creasey

G

B

20 Billy Neasey

G

B

32 Andrew O’Dea

G

B

22 Paul Sheehan

G

B

34 James Devery

G

B

25 Craig Berger

G

B

36 Christopher Walsh

G

B

26 Samuel(C) Cooper

G

B

40 Sinclair Johansen

G

B

32 Jay Parry

G

B

42 David Blunt

G

B

33 Nicholas Mitchell

G

B

43 James Stapleton

G

B

35 Daniel Byra

G

B

45 James Bennie

G

B

40 Luke Farrell

G

B

46 James Tobin

G

B

44 Joel Boyd

G

B

47 Damian Hurley

G

B

47 John Corrigan

G

B

48 Clark Mitchell

G

B

62 Nicholas(VC) Keohler G

B

49 James Jovanovski

G

B

63 Luke Godeassi

G

B

50 Mathew Trim

G

B

65 Mark Ploenges

G

B

51 Michael Smith

G

B

56 Sean Lawler

G

B

60 Andrew Gurrisi

G

B

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CLUB XVIII

Norm Nugent

PRELIMINARY FINALS 13 Semi final weekend produced mainly one-sided games. Two first semi finals provided close results whilst the others were over early as a contest. We look forward to 3 close contests in Sunday’s preliminary finals.

REVIEW OF SEMI-FINALS: SECTION 1 1st Semi Final: St Bernard’s set up their victory with a 23 point lead at the first change. De La Salle, who failed to score in the first quarter, put themselves back into contention by half time when they trailed by 5 points. St Bernard’s with 4 unanswered goals in the third quarter established a 32 point lead by the last change which De La Salle were unable to make up despite doubling their score in the last quarter. St Bernard’s winning margin was 13 points. Chris Mitchell with 7 goals proved the match winner for St Bernard’s. De La Salle captain Tom Kovarik with 4 goals tried valiantly to lift his side. 2nd Semi Final: Prahran/Assumption trailed the unbeaten Old Xaverians by 9 points at half time and an upset result was on the cards. However, the undefeated “Crocodiles” asserted their authority throughout the second half by kicking 14 goals to 1 as the “2-Blues” match fitness was again found lacking on a big ground. Old Xaverians’ winning margin was 90 points. Nick Corcoran with 5 goals, John Grigg and Nick Larkins were best for the winners while for Prahran/Assumption the best were the veteran Craig Berger with 4 goals and former University Blue Damian Guengerich SECTION 2 1st Semi Final: Ormond led throughout the game against Williamstown C.Y.M.S. and held an 18 point lead at the final siren. Williamstown C.Y.M.S. outscored their opponents in the last quarter and a close finish seemed likely until a late Ormond goal against the trend of play sealed their victory. Best for Ormond included: ex umpire, Josh Cuikerman, hard hitting forward, Jarred Harry (3 goals) and 58

key forward, Daniel Brosnan (5 goals). For the vanquished C.Y.s, Nick Keating and Tom BurnsWallace were best. 2nd Semi Final: Undefeated, Hawthorn, proved their superiority over Emmaus St Leo’s for the second successive week with a resounding victory by 118 points. “The Animals” were held goalless in the first half as Hawthorn powered to a 53 point lead at the long interval. The second half saw a continuation of the Hawthorn dominance as they erased bitter memories of losses on Sports Cover Arena. Anthony Demetriou and Con Terzoglou were named as Hawthorn’s best. For the losers: Captain Oliver Scott and the consistent Mark Petryk were named best.

SECTION 3 1st Semi Final Kew bounced back into contention with a comfortable 39 point victory over University High School/ V.U whose failure to score in the opening quarter as well as their inability to kick goals meant Kew was never seriously challenged. Dion Abel and Jarrod Balme were best for the winners whilst for the defeated “Combine” the consistent, Arthur Thomasse and Shaquille Parker were best. 2nd Semi Final: Conditions at Sports Cover Arena on Friday night proved difficult for each team, who each were held scoreless in a quarter. Inaccuracy by Richmond Central in the second quarter could have cost them dearly BUT their opponents, Eley Park were unable to press home any possible advantage. At half time, ,Richmond Central clung to a twelve point lead, which, against the first half scoring pattern, they were able to increase to fourteen points by three quarter time. The “Cardinals” finished the game in fine style as they built their lead to thirty five points by the final siren. Their best were versatile ruckman, Peter Iser and Captain, Robert Nolan. For Eley Park. Dougal Pumpa and Brendan Donally were best.

PREVIEW OF PRELIMINARY FINALS SECTION 1 St Bernard’s enter today’s game with confidence as they defeated Prahran/Assumption in Round 8. The Two Blues nadir was their forfeit in Round 2. St Bernard’s come into today’s match fresher than THE AMATEUR FOOTBALLER 2013


their older opposition, many of whose players were forced to chase during their second half capitulation last Sunday. Match fitness and the big ground are two reasons I select St Bernard’s today although prevailing conditions could well prove detrimental to the side losing the toss. Each team has a key forward capable of kicking his side to victory. Who of Craig Berger (Prahran/ Assumption) and Chris Mitchell (St Bernard’s) asserts superiority over opposition defenders could well become the match winner. Although I respect the ability of many Prahran/ Assumption players, I hold the belief they will lack the running fitness to win this game. SECTION 1 TIPS IN BOLD (YEARS TOTAL 42 / 74%) Prahran Assumption v St Bernards

SECTION 2 Today’s opponents Emmaus/ St Leo’s and Ormond have each defeated the other during the season. Last week Ormond played well and had system in their forward line where Jarred Harry and Daniel Brosnan reigned supreme. On the other hand Emmaus/ St Leo’s were never in the contest against Hawthorn and today they must make a comeback of Lazarian proportions to defeat Ormond. “The Animal’s” stars must shine today if the side is to win. I believe the big ground will mitigate against them and that Ormond will win the right to challenge Hawthorn next Sunday.2nd Semi: Hawthorn, undefeated over the home and away series, meet Emmaus/ St Leos whom the “Hawks” easily defeated last week. It would appear that Hawthorn will be too strong all over the field. Although I am mindful that Emmaus / St Leos have some star players who will trouble the “Hawks”. Further Hawthorn do not have a good record on the big Sportscover Arena, which could prove to be a chink in their armour. Nonetheless, Hawthorn have proven worthy of selection. SECTION 2 TIPS IN BOLD (YEARS TOTAL 51 / 80%) Ormond v Emmaus St Leos

SECTION 3 Today’s opponents Eley Park and Kew have met three times this season and the “Sharks” have won all three albeit by less each time. Eley Park forward, Josh Baker looms as a major threat to Kew, of whom I have formed the opinion that THE AMATEUR FOOTBALLER 2013

although they win the ball around the ground, they have trouble converting opportunities. From observations, I believe Eley Park possesses a deeper range of talent than does Kew and as a consequence I select Eley Park to win this contest. SECTION 3 TIPS IN BOLD (YEARS TOTAL 35 / 73%) Eley Park Sharks v Kew

CLUB XVIII (1)

LAST ROUND

Round 1 - 11/08/2013 St Bernards 3.5, 5.6, 9.10, 11.12 (78) De La Salle 0.0, 4.7, 4.8, 9.11 (65) GOALS, St Bernards: C. Mitchell 7, J. Creasey 3, D. Janides 1 De La Salle: T. Kovarik 4, T. Leary 1, J. Comerford 1, J. Adams 1, B. Oakley 1, R. Hancock 1 BEST, St Bernards: C. Mitchell, M. Moloney , J. Creasey, M. Trim, D. Blunt, J. Stapleton De La Salle: C. Millidonis, S. Byers, N. Stewart, T. Nicholas, B. Oakley, T. Kovarik Round 1 - 11/08/2013 Old Xaverians 3.4, 6.7, 13.11, 20.11 (131) Prahran Assumption 2.2, 5.4, 6.4, 6.5 (41) GOALS, Old Xaverians: N. Corcoran 5, J. Grigg 4, M. Green 3, N. Silk 2, D. Rees 1, B. Kelly 1, B. Runnalls 1, J. McDonnell 1, T. Silk 1, C. Nolan 1 Prahran Assumption: C. Berger 4, P. Sheehan 1, D. Guengerich 1 BEST, Old Xaverians: J. Grigg, N. Larkins, C. Purss, N. Corcoran, T. Silk, N. Aird Prahran Assumption: D. Guengerich, C. Berger, D. McGrath, P. Sheehan, H. Pitts, B. Michael

CLUB XVIII (2)

LAST ROUND

Round 1 - 10/08/2013 Ormond 0.2, 4.4, 7.10, 9.10 (64) Williamstown CYMS 0.1, 2.2, 4.3, 7.4 (46) GOALS, Ormond: D. Brosnan 5, J. Harry 3, J. Cukierman 1 Williamstown CYMS: D. Whiteoak 3, C. Fennell 1, J. Micallef 1, D. MacLeod 1, J. Street 1 BEST, Ormond: J. Harry, D. Kingston, D. Brosnan, J. Cukierman, J. Gates, M. Veal Williamstown CYMS: M. Keating, T. Burns-Wallace, D. O’Keeffe, L. Ryan, J. Digrazia, D. MacLeod Round 1 - 10/08/2013 Hawthorn 4.3, 8.8, 17.9, 22.11 (143) Emmaus St Leos 0.1, 0.3, 2.5, 3.7 (25) GOALS, Hawthorn: R. Palazzolo 4, A. Mitropoulos 3, A. Demetriou 3, J. Farah 2, T. Beech 2, N. Criticos 2, P. Jenkin 2, D. Ekonomides 1, A. Boocock 1, C. Katsanevakis 1, G. Dellaportas 1 Emmaus St Leos: P. Farrelly 1, T. Sheehan 1, O. Hill 1 BEST, Hawthorn: A. Demetriou, C. Terzoglou, D. Ekonomides, A. Salipas, A. Boocock, R. Palazzolo Emmaus St Leos: O. Scott, M. Pietryk, J. O’Donnell, N. Chapman, P. Gordon, T. Walters

CLUB XVIII (3)

LAST ROUND

Round 1 - 09/08/2013 Richmond Central 0.0, 1.8, 2.10, 5.14 (44) Eley Park Sharks 0.2, 0.2, 1.2, 1.3 (9) GOALS, Richmond Central: A. Grant 1, T. Pritchard 1, C. Glowrey 1, A. Fraser 1, M. McCabe 1 Eley Park Sharks: C. Cresswell 1 BEST, Richmond Central: P. Iser, R. Nolan, C. Glowrey, M. McCabe, G. Cartwright, A. Grant Eley Park Sharks: D. Pumpa, B. Donelly, B. Jackson, A. Brock, M. Boyall, J. Dowling Round 1 - 11/08/2013 Kew 3.2, 3.6, 6.6, 8.7 (55) UHS-VU 0.0, 1.0, 1.1, 2.4 (16) GOALS, Kew: J. Geldard 2, I. Boots 2, S. Cummins 1, D. Abel 1, N. Sweetland 1, E. O’Donnell 1 UHS-VU: M. Ondarchie 1, A. Thomasse 1 BEST, Kew: D. Abel, J. Balme, E. O’Donnell, M. Colvin, T. Dover, N. Sweetland UHS-VU: A. Thomasse, S. Parker, E. Coombe, M. Reinhard, M. DeLuise, C. Mawdsley

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SHARPSHOOTERS

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

Old Xaverians Old Xaverians Collegians De La Salle OC

TR 7 7 3 0

Goals 58 46 33 31

Old Xaverians Old Scotch University Blues University Blacks

TR 3 2 0 2

Goals 37 31 30 29

2013 Premier Thirds Christopher Smith Henry Hanlon Jack Wood Andrew Walsh

Old Xaverians University Blues University Blues University Blues

TR 1 0 0 1

Goals 57 31 25 24

2013 Premier B Daniel Anthony David Fayman Travis Ridgway Thomas Mentiplay

TR Old Brighton Grammarians 1 AJAX AFC 0 Old Haileyburians 3 Old Brighton Grammarians 2

Goals 53 50 49 47

2013 Premier Reserve Matthew Margin Andrew Hummerston Damien Barton Justin Crameri

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

TR 6 2 0 0

Goals 49 39 31 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 0 0

Goals 38 38 29 28

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

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

Goals 55 40 37 34

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2013 Premier C Reserve Chamath Jayaweera Dallas Jarred Dean Podger Daniel Fraser

Mazenod OC Marcellin OC PEGS Football Club Marcellin OC

TR Goals 7 33 5 33 1 31 10 30

2013 Premier C Thirds Cameron Raine Daniel Trevaskis Todd Macleod Sam Ayoub

TR Goals Mazenod OC 0 80 PEGS Football Club 0 33 North Old Boys/St Patricks College 0 32 Marcellin OC 0 28

2013 Division 1 Jean Daou Ben Gray Ben Robertson Callum Wood Robert Chisholm

Whitefriars OC Williamstown CYMS Old Mentonians Old Geelong Ormond AFC

2013 Division 1 Reserve Shane Metz Blair Atkins Lucas Taylor David Follacchio Rick Ellis Christopher Long

TR Goals Ormond AFC 9 59 Ormond AFC 0 41 Melbourne High School Old Boys 2 39 Bulleen Templestowe AFC 2 38 Prahran Assumption AFC 1 38 Hampton Rovers AFC 3 38

2013 Division 2 Corey Bannister Jarrod Bannister Sabastian Ciavola Rohan Scott

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

TR 7 5 0 1

Goals 70 67 52 51

2013 Division 2 Reserve Benjamin Seeger Walter Pocock Stefan Gusts Scott Gatehouse

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

TR 1 2 0 0

Goals 55 40 36 33

2013 Division 3 Aaron Thornton Sam Williams Andrew Brazzale Jack McMeel

Elsternwick AFC Aquinas OC Kew AFC La Trobe University AFC

TR Goals 4 64 4 52 5 52 13 47

TR 9 1 2 2 0

Goals 55 50 43 39 39

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

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

TR 6 4 0 0

Goals 84 42 37 33

2013 Under 19 South Aaron Cloke Brandon Crimmins Zach Pearce-Thomas Benjamin Rossi

Oakleigh AFC Beaumaris FC Oakleigh AFC Old Mentonians

TR Goals 13 77 2 45 3 35 4 35

2013 Division 4 Daniel Penny Justin Rossoukas David Tremewen Lachlan McRedmond

Box Hill North AFC Hawthorn AFC Hawthorn AFC Northern Blues

TR 9 1 9 3

Goals 63 56 46 45

2013 Under 18 Jonathan Kaklikos Jeremy Sullivan Kurt Mayne Jake Slee

Werribee Districts FC St Bernards Point Cook AFC Williamstown CYMS

TR 0 4 5 0

Goals 29 28 26 25

2013 Division 4 Reserve Jason Jackomos Adam Farrugia Drew Crawford Frank Carlucci

Hawthorn AFC Eley Park Sharks Eley Park Sharks Northern Blues

TR 4 4 3 2

Goals 69 55 38 38

2013 Club XVIII (1) James McDonnell Chris Mitchell Craig Berger Matthew Green Timothy Bayles

Old Xaverians St Bernards Prahran Assumption AFC Old Xaverians Old Geelong

TR 1 7 4 3 0

Goals 86 (85)* 43 (36)* 40 (36)* 35(32)* 32 (32)*

2013 Under 19 Premier Harry Healey Matthew Panton James Howard Michael Dolan

Old Xaverians Old Melburnians De La Salle OC St Kevins OB

TR 5 8 6 0

Goals 47 43 35 34

2013 Club XVIII (2) Daniel Brosnan Ari Mitropoulos Robert Palazzolo Mark Pietryk

Ormond AFC Hawthorn AFC Hawthorn AFC Emmaus St Leos OC AFC

TR 5 3 4 0

Goals 43 (38)* 41(38)* 30 (26)* 27 (27)*

2013 Under 19 Section 2 Joseph Hill Fitzroy FC Mikhal Secoulidis Werribee Districts FC Lewis Emmerson Parkdale Vultures Sam Hibbins Collegians

TR 0 0 0 3

Goals 47 41 37 36

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

Eley Park Sharks Richmond Central AFC Eley Park Sharks Richmond Central AFC

TR 49 34 32 28

Goals (49)* (34)* (32)* (28)*

2013 Under 19 Section 3 Damien Delle-Vergini Northern Blues Ciaran Hickey Whitefriars OC Jacob Kalmus AJAX AFC Damon Marcon Northern Blues

TR 5 3 4 0

Goals 39 38 31 31

2013 Under 19 North Louis Holmes Keke Blackmore-Moo Dylan Gook Josh Stephens

TR 5 0 3 9

Goals 66 47 44 42

St Mary’s Salesian re Ivanhoe AFC St Mary’s Salesian Old Westbourne

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* denotes total at the end of the home and away season

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

DIVISION 2 P 16 16 16 16 16 16 16 16 16 16

W 15 12 12 11 9 6 5 5 4 1

L 1 4 4 5 7 10 11 11 12 15

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 1478 1548 1356 1634 1341 1220 1278 1224 1118 916

A % 888 166.44 1054 146.87 1062 127.68 1032 158.33 1167 114.91 1670 73.05 1569 81.45 1535 79.74 1398 79.97 1738 52.7

Pts 60 48 48 44 36 24 20 20 16 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 A 1837 590 1330 826 1172 727 1081 853 1044 923 985 1116 893 970 647 1285 667 1501 741 1667

% 311.36 161.02 161.21 126.73 113.11 88.26 92.06 50.35 44.44 44.45

Pts 64 52 48 36 32 28 24 16 12 8

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

W 16 13 12 9 8 7 6 4 3 2

L 0 3 4 7 8 9 10 12 13 14

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

P 13 14 16 15 14 13 14 15

W 12 9 8 6 4 4 4 4

L 0 3 5 6 8 8 8 9

D 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

B 1 2 3 3 2 1 2 2

FF 3 1 0 1 1 2 0 0

F 1598 1026 1108 930 838 800 702 815

A 580 860 754 800 950 1354 1070 1313

% 275.52 119.3 146.95 116.25 88.21 59.08 65.61 62.07

Pts 64 48 44 40 28 28 24 24

P 16 16 16 16 16 16 16 16 16 16

W 14 11 11 10 9 8 6 6 5 0

L 2 5 5 6 7 8 10 10 11 16

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 1806 1580 1482 1447 1418 1376 1285 1265 1070 720

A 969 1152 1347 1070 1206 1404 1305 1349 1376 2271

% 186.38 137.15 110.02 135.23 117.58 98.01 98.47 93.77 77.76 31.7

Pts 56 44 44 40 36 32 24 24 20 0

B 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

FF 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

F 1834 1456 1646 1308 1207 1074 1074 1116 878 236

A 740 704 761 947 1038 914 1209 1330 1461 2725

% 247.84 206.82 216.29 138.12 116.28 117.51 88.83 83.91 60.1 8.66

Pts 54 52 50 32 32 28 28 24 20 0

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

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

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P 16 16 16 16 16 16 16 16 16 16

W 13 13 12 8 8 7 7 6 5 0

L 2 3 3 8 8 9 9 10 11 16

P 16 16 16 16 16 16 16 16 16 16

W 14 12 11 10 8 7 6 5 5 1

L 2 4 5 6 8 9 9 11 11 14

D 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 1

B 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

FF 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

F 1593 1453 1293 1351 1558 1202 1015 1219 1219 916

A % 976 163.22 1138 127.68 1215 106.42 1274 106.04 1269 122.77 1395 86.16 1215 83.54 1433 85.07 1478 82.48 1426 64.24

Pts 56 48 44 40 32 28 26 20 20 6

DIVISION 2 RESERVE

PREMIER C RESERVE P 16 16 16 16 16 16 16 16 16 16

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

D 1 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

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

P 16 16 16 16 16 16 16 16 16 16

W 12 11 11 9 8 8 7 5 5 3

L 4 5 5 6 8 8 9 10 11 13

D 0 0 0 1 0 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 1095 1263 1312 1151 1073 1004 900 1042 553 803

A % 841 130.2 732 172.54 1009 130.03 1099 104.73 907 118.3 1025 97.95 991 90.82 1345 77.47 1146 48.25 1166 68.87

Pts 48 44 44 38 32 32 28 22 20 12

P 16 16 16 16 16 16 16 16 16 16 16 16

W 13 12 11 10 9 9 9 7 6 5 3 0

L 2 4 5 5 7 7 7 9 9 10 13 16

D 1 0 0 1 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 1576 1618 1577 1447 1632 1142 1234 1206 1477 960 910 630

A 1034 888 1124 1128 1318 1096 1323 1248 1325 1337 1732 1856

% 152.42 182.21 140.3 128.28 123.82 104.2 93.27 96.63 111.47 71.8 52.54 33.94

Pts 54 48 44 42 36 36 36 28 26 22 12 0

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

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

P 16 16 16 16 16 16 16 16 16 16 16 16

W 15 14 13 13 11 7 6 5 5 3 2 1

L 1 2 2 2 5 9 10 11 11 13 14 15

D 0 0 1 1 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 2198 1617 1586 1461 1214 806 1047 775 886 868 736 492

A % 384 572.4 746 216.76 710 223.38 760 192.24 1005 120.8 1149 70.15 1206 86.82 1220 63.52 1401 63.24 1600 54.25 1897 38.8 1666 29.53

Pts 60 56 54 54 44 28 24 20 20 12 8 4

P 16 16 16 16 16 16 16 16 16

W 14 11 9 9 7 5 4 3 2

L 0 3 5 6 7 10 10 11 12

D 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

B 2 2 2 1 2 1 2 2 2

FF 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

F 1526 886 846 956 811 555 639 436 578

A 398 706 766 684 707 887 1028 970 1154

Pts 64 52 44 40 36 24 24 20 16

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

% 383.42 125.5 110.44 139.77 114.71 62.57 62.16 44.95 50.09

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

U19 PREMIER P 16 16 16 16 16 16 16 16 16 16 16

W 12 12 11 9 8 8 6 6 4 2 0

L 2 2 4 5 6 6 8 8 10 12 15

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

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

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

F 1912 1670 1344 1322 1331 1448 1414 1089 911 820 804

A 891 940 886 987 1063 1260 1486 1295 1597 1669 1991

% 214.59 177.66 151.69 133.94 125.21 114.92 95.15 84.09 57.04 49.13 40.38

Pts 56 56 48 44 40 40 32 32 24 16 4

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

P 16 16 16 16 16 16 16 16 16 16

W 15 14 11 10 8 7 7 4 3 0

L 1 2 5 5 8 8 9 12 13 16

D 0 0 0 1 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 1990 1482 1368 1317 1359 1329 1288 1172 958 442

A 730 957 937 1020 1029 1215 1272 1387 1731 2427

% 272.6 154.86 146 129.12 132.07 109.38 101.26 84.5 55.34 18.21

Pts 60 56 44 42 32 30 28 16 12 0

L 2 3 5 6 8 9 11 11 12 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 1471 1486 1591 1062 1045 1150 1123 1067 769 910

A % 923 159.37 997 149.05 1084 146.77 980 108.37 1062 98.4 1247 92.22 1418 79.2 1424 74.93 1154 66.64 1385 65.7

Pts 56 50 44 38 32 28 20 20 16 16

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

P 16 16 16 16 15 16 16 16 15 16 16

W 13 13 11 9 8 8 5 4 3 2 1

L 1 2 3 5 5 6 9 10 10 12 14

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

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

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

F 1693 1537 1357 1366 1111 1218 1182 883 468 650 379

A 452 657 621 701 853 832 1083 1471 1508 1564 2138

% 374.56 233.94 218.52 194.86 130.25 146.39 109.14 60.03 31.03 41.56 17.73

Pts 60 56 52 44 44 40 28 24 20 16 8

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

P 14 13 12 15 14 13 13

W 13 9 6 7 6 3 1

L 0 3 5 7 7 9 10

D 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

B 1 1 1 1 1 1 2

FF 1 1 2 0 1 1 0

F 1804 1178 1237 1319 851 665 503

A 528 838 784 854 1020 1286 1612

% 341.67 140.57 157.78 154.45 83.43 51.71 31.2

Pts 60 44 38 32 32 22 12

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

P 14 13 15 14 14 13 12 15

W 14 10 10 8 7 3 2 1

L 0 3 5 6 7 10 10 14

D 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

B 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

FF 1 2 0 1 1 0 0 0

F A 1926 683 1158 725 1225 797 1312 782 1127 1106 791 1468 612 1144 463 2049

% 281.99 159.72 153.7 167.77 101.9 53.88 53.5 22.6

Pts 60 48 40 36 32 12 8 4

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

P 15 15 15 15 15 15

W 14 10 9 7 3 2

L 1 5 6 8 12 13

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 1348 986 1007 1087 571 512

A 542 943 899 914 1044 1285

% 248.71 104.56 112.01 118.93 54.69 39.84

Pts 56 40 36 28 12 8

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

P 16 15 16 15 16 16 16 16 16 16

W 14 12 11 9 8 7 5 5 4 4

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

P 16 16 15 16 16 16 16 15

W 14 11 10 10 9 9 3 1

L 2 5 5 6 7 7 13 14

D 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

B 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

FF 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0

F 1380 1417 1218 1419 1119 1058 636 496

A 761 984 914 911 1045 1001 1479 1648

% 181.34 144 133.26 155.76 107.08 105.69 43 30.1

Pts 56 44 44 40 36 36 12 4

P 16 15 16 15 16 15 11 16 11 15

W 14 12 13 11 9 5 3 4 1 1

L 2 3 3 4 7 10 8 12 10 14

D 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

B 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

FF 0 1 0 1 0 0 1 0 0 0

F 1746 1794 1869 1461 1598 929 795 834 507 418

A 753 731 804 801 925 1515 1006 1848 1385 2231

% 231.87 245.42 232.46 182.4 172.76 61.32 79.03 45.13 36.61 18.74

Pts 56 52 52 48 36 20 16 16 4 4

P 15 15 15 15 15 15 15 15 15 15

W 13 11 11 9 9 7 7 4 3 1

L 2 4 4 6 6 8 8 11 12 14

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 1714 1630 1627 1386 1180 1095 914 1134 793 552

A 719 987 1006 1042 1337 1119 996 1475 1453 1961

% 238.39 165.15 161.73 133.01 88.26 97.86 91.77 76.88 54.58 28.15

Pts 52 44 44 36 36 28 28 16 12 4

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

U19 SOUTH Oakleigh St Bedes / Mentone Tigers Old Mentonians 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 Old Ivanhoe Grammarians Therry Penola OB St Kevins OB Old Melburnians Mazenod OC Williamstown CYMS St Mary's Salesian Fitzroy FC

Reserve U19/U18

54 48 48 56 44 52 60 44 40 24

30 27 24 22 28 30 26 16 22 24

Club XVIII/Thirds

Total

7 14 6 7.5 13.5 13.5 14.5 8.5 0 10.5

139 134 120 120 118.5 118 112.5 101.5 101 100.5

48 45 42 34.5 33 22.5 12 33 39 42

1116 SEN VAFA PREMIERSHIP LADDERS 2013 PREMIER

PREMIER B

P Old Xaverians 15 St Bedes / Mentone Tigers 15 University Blacks 15 Old Scotch 15 Collegians 15 De La Salle 15 St Bernards 15 University Blues 15 Beaumaris 15 Old Carey 15

W 12 11 10 9 7 7 6 6 5 1

L 3 4 4 6 8 8 9 9 9 14

D 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 1 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 1574 931 1367 1192 1124 907 1405 1354 1209 1113 1108 1128 1206 1277 1119 1470 1113 1303 919 1469

% 169.07 114.68 123.93 103.77 108.63 98.23 94.44 76.12 85.42 62.56

Pts 48 44 42 36 28 28 24 24 22 4

L 1 3 4 6 6 7 7 13 14 13

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 1288 1263 1274 1197 958 941 1002 658 718 514

A 650 708 892 855 883 790 875 1391 1316 1453

% 198.15 178.39 142.83 140 108.49 119.11 114.51 47.3 54.56 35.38

Pts 56 48 44 36 36 32 32 8 4 4

L 1 2 5 5 10 10 12 13

D 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

B 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

FF 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0

F 1400 1430 1057 1039 1004 802 679 510

A 705 640 772 603 1098 1169 1335 1599

% 198.58 223.44 136.92 172.31 91.44 68.61 50.86 31.89

Pts 56 52 40 36 20 20 8 4

PREMIER RESERVE P Old Xaverians 14 University Blacks 15 Old Scotch 15 De La Salle 15 University Blues 15 Collegians 15 St Bernards 15 St Bedes / Mentone Tigers 15 Beaumaris 15 Old Carey 14

W 13 12 11 9 9 8 8 2 1 1

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

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W 14 13 9 9 5 5 2 1

P 16 16 16 16 16 16 16 16 16 16

W 13 13 12 11 9 7 6 4 3 2

L 3 3 4 5 7 9 10 12 13 14

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 1645 1349 1700 1626 1477 1211 953 1313 1061 1001

A 995 1162 1156 1302 1221 1319 1310 1590 1510 1771

% 165.33 116.09 147.06 124.88 120.97 91.81 72.75 82.58 70.26 56.52

Pts 52 52 48 44 36 28 24 16 12 8

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 1785 1992 1515 1408 1002 1017 912 924 789 615

A 755 631 914 883 1198 1227 1404 1478 1394 2130

% 236.42 315.69 165.75 159.46 83.64 82.89 64.96 62.52 56.6 28.87

Pts 60 56 48 44 32 20 20 16 16 8

D 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

B 1 2 1 0 0 1 1 0

FF 3 1 2 1 1 1 3 1

F 1839 1450 1222 1314 799 736 682 625

A 462 527 539 881 990 1137 1676 1459

% 398.05 275.14 226.72 149.15 80.71 64.73 40.69 42.84

Pts 62 58 44 40 28 26 16 14

PREMIER B RESERVE

PREMIER THIRDS P 15 15 14 14 15 15 14 14

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

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

P 16 16 16 16 16 16 16 16 16 16

W 15 14 12 11 8 5 5 4 4 2

L 1 2 4 5 8 11 11 12 12 14

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

P 12 14 14 15 10 14 13 10

W 11 11 8 9 6 4 0 2

L 0 1 5 6 4 9 12 8

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