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Michael Sholly

NOTHING QUITE LIKE THE BIG V Last Sunday saw the final match in our representative program for the season with the Under 19’s playing a very strong VCFL. The representative program is a major commitment by the Association that commenced pre-season with the two matches against the Eastern Football League. The seniors had two matches and were outstanding in both. The first saw a brilliant come from behind win against the EFL followed by a masterful display against AFL Sydney. The team was coached by former Big V player and Old Xaverians premiership coach Simon Lethlean. A great panel of assistants all volunteered their time generously to ensure two great wins. It is the intention of the Board to support the representative program ensuring all segments of the Association are able to pull on the Big V. This year along with our seniors we had a Premier C – Division 4 Big V side play against the EFL, the U23’s against WA amateurs and the Under 19’s against the VCFL. A huge program that we believe benefits all players and clubs. The Board is extremely grateful to all clubs who support the program and allow their best players to compete in these matches. No other competition can boast a sustained representative program, one that commenced in 1925 when the VAFA wore the Big V for the first time against South Australia on the MCG. The pride in wearing the Big V doesn’t finish at the conclusion of the match. Each year the Big V Club host a lunch to relive the games of yesteryear. Two-hundred past and present players gathered at the RACV club to be reunited with people they may not have seen for 50 years. The highlight of the day is the presentation and induction of three former Big V representatives who were elevated to Champion status. This is a

particularly special event for the player’s families who get to celebrate the feats of members who are no longer with us. Hampton Rovers champion Doug Arnold was represented by three generations of Arnold’s. After returning from the war as a fighter pilot, Doug captained the Big V each year from 1948 – 51 and was also captain of the All Australian amateurs which played in1950 and 1951. North Old Boy and former AFL tribunal chairman Shane McGuire was the second player to be inducted a champion. Shane Maguire represented the Big V in 1969, 71, 74, 75 and was captain in 1976. He played for the All Australian Amateurs in1971 and 1974 before being selected as the 1976 AAFC Carnival captain. After retiring Shane was a Big V selector from 1981 to 1986. A magnificent contribution of nearly 20 years to the Big V. The final inductee was John Jones of Marcellin fame, who unfortunately couldn’t attend and was represented by his father Jack and brother Tony. John played from 1981 – 84 consecutively and was captain in 83 and 84. In 1982 he was selected as All Australian vice captain. Last weekend it was very exciting to see last year’s All Australian U23 Big V representative, Sam Dunell debut for St Kilda. Sam represented the Big V in the winning AAFC carnival in Adelaide; he was subsequently picked up by Bendigo before being rookie listed by the Saints. Sam’s father Frank is the current coach of Old Geelong and had previously coached St Bernard’s, North Old Boys and Old Essendon (PEGS). Frank played 115 games at Essendon and Brisbane before finding the VAFA after retirement. Sam joins Daniel Nicholson (Melb and Uni Blues) as our most recent Big V players to play in the AFL. Maybe one or two of this years crop will get the opportunity to go onto the big stage but if not there will be the yearly Big V reunions and a lifetime of memories. Follow Michael on Twitter: @vafaceo

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Andrew Leonard

A WEEK IS A LONG TIME IN FOOTBALL A week is supposed to be a long time in footy. How about a month? Four weeks ago Old Scotch were 2 games clear from fifth place and looking destined to play finals footy. Fast forward a month and Scotch have lost their last three in a row. Admittedly the past two against the best two sides in 2012 to date but dual coaches Powell and Anderson must be wondering how to regenerate the earlier season form for the Cardinals this week. They are outside the four for the first time this year and simply must win this week against Caulfield Grammarians to right the course of the ship in 2012. Before we look forward we must look back and what a long way back two weeks ago seem now. Mid year breaks are a great chance for clubs to reset for seven more games of intensity that will either see them avoid relegation or go into September in top form. In the weeks before the break Old Xaverians had found top form. Knocking off Collegians and Old Scotch in fine style before their trip to the Snakepit two Saturdays ago. St Bernards at home are a tough prospect and the Snowdogs certainly came to play with a cast of under 19 talent at their disposal. Andrew Grosso was brilliant kicking four goals in the third quarter and seven for the game, but unfortunately the youthful enthusiasm of he, David Wall, Simon Caven and Chris Peart wasn’t enough to outmuscle the experienced bodies of John Shaw, Damian Lynch and Tim Dynon who performed stubbornly all day for Xaverians. St Bernards had a dazzling third term, but Xavs rallied in the final quarter, and when Jake Williams kicked his third the game was out of reach for St Bernards. They fell short by just seven points. Old Carey have found some form mid season and while many neutral observers might imply its down to a double dose of Yze, the locals believe it’s the increased consistency from their stable of stars and the development and extra experience of their youth to thank. The match against Caulfield Grammarians had the potential to be a game of how far Carey but Caulfield showed in passages that they could match it with Carey despite losing 2

every quarter on the way to a 70 point loss. For Carey Brendan Huf returned to the side for his first game of the year and the 2010 R.I. Cordner Medallist provided another spark up forward for the Panthers kicking 2.3. That didn’t match Paul Fiorenza’s four or the work of Luke Maslin and Lach McQueen-Miscamble who controlled things off half back. De La Salle had to be wary of a let down heading to University Oval. A win against Collegians the previous week was a good sign but consolidating their position against Uni Blues was vital if they were to be taken seriously as a premiership threat this year. Uni have also fond some good midseason form to move clear of the relegation battle in recent weeks. The Blues took it up to the visitors, leading at quarter and half time in a low scoring battle. De La pressed hard in the third quarter and were it not for errant kicking (2.6), should have lead by more than eight points at the final change. It was a tense final quarter but University could never hit the front, De La securing a good away win by 15 points. No one doubting the Thomas’s at De La with both Moloney and Humphrey putting in fine displays. For the home side, Pete Summers continued his good form from last week to be their best. In arguably the most important match of the round at Brindisi Street it was the home side that prevailed over a desperate Old Trinity. I went for Trinity based on the form of both sides the previous week but going from Daley Oval to the confines of Brindisi Street proved more of a problem for the OT’s than expected. St Bedes / Mentone Tigers had 31 scoring shots scoring at 45% accuracy; Luke Terrell was best bagging four. However had Trinity been online more often from their 28 scoring shots at 28% accuracy this game might have been closer. The costly middle two quarters brought the visitors 2.6 and 2.8 respectively. The 20 point margin at three quarter time seemed achievable but goals to Terrell - his fourth - Paul Wintle and Cam Hansen put the game beyond doubt for the Tigers. A great win in TODAY SELECTIONS IN BOLD Collegians v University Blues Caulfield Grammarians v Old Scotch Old Xaverians v St Bedes/Mentone Tigers St Bernards v Old Carey Old Trinity v De La Salle

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front of a huge luncheon crowd there to celebrate Vern Boag being inducted into the club’s Hall of Fame. On Sunday Old Scotch hosted Collegians at Sportscover with both sides needing to arrest a two-game losing streak before the break. Scotch had the breeze in the opening term and profited from its use to lead by 26 points at the first change. The Cardinals were good again in the second term restricting Collegians to four for the quarter and managing two themselves to hold a 13 point advantage at the long break. The breeze still favoured the scoreboard end in the third however Old Scotch only managed 1.3, outscored by a more desperate opponent to only lead by half a kick going into the last. James Jorgenson was moved forward for the injured Nick Sautner and had immediate impact, kicking two final quarter goals. Jono Dixon was a handful at half forward all day kicking three and continually presenting as a target. The Lions held Scotch goalless in the final term to run over the top of them for a 39 point

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Old Carey 4.3, 8.10, 12.12, 17.18 (120) Caulfield Grammarians 1.2, 4.2, 7.2, 8.2 (50) GOALS, Old Carey: P. Fiorenza 4, D. Yze 3, B. Huf 2, J. Rimington 2, M. Laidlaw 2, T. Evans 1, S. Freemantle 1, C. Howat 1, W. Cushen 1 Caulfield Grammarians: D. Reilly 3, D. Daly 1, S. Widjaja 1, L. O’Keefe 1, T. Nixon 1, M. Liddell 1 BEST, Old Carey: J. Rowe, C. Howat, L. Maslin, B. De Leijer, S. Freemantle, P. Fiorenza Caulfield Grammarians: G. Winter, D. Scheetz, B. Hyland, B. Walker, J. Stewart, D. Reilly St Bedes / Mentone Tigers 6.5, 7.9, 10.12, 14.17 (101) Old Trinity 2.2, 4.8, 6.16, 8.20 (68) GOALS, St Bedes / Mentone Tigers: L. Terrell 4, C. Hansen 3, G. Rowlands 2, P. Kean 2, L. Hulse 1, P. Wintle 1, L. Wintle 1 Old Trinity: A. Ramsden 3, J. Osborn 2, J. Gale 1, B. Howell 1, D. Chamberlain 1 BEST, St Bedes / Mentone Tigers: D. Waters, M. Wintle, C. Hansen, P. Tyquin, L. Terrell, P. Kean Old Trinity: D. Ahearne, J. Hunt, K. Butler, G. Hamilton, J. Osborn, C. Pohl Old Xaverians 2.6, 7.8, 9.11, 15.14 (104) St Bernards 3.3, 4.8, 10.12, 14.13 (97) GOALS, Old Xaverians: J. Williams 3, B. Goss 2, N. Wynne 2, P. Ambrose 2, L. Smith 1, D. Harangozo 1, J. Agius 1, A. Biddlecombe 1, L. Tiernan 1, L. Howard 1 St Bernards: A. Grosso 7, B. George 2, M. Sullivan 1, J. Bevanda 1, C. Peart 1, D. Riley 1, D. Wall 1 BEST, Old Xaverians: T. Dynon, J. Shaw, L. Howard, P. Ambrose, D. Lynch, M. Ball St Bernards: A. Grosso, M. Angel, L. Wilkinson, B. George, J. Bevanda, D. Wall De La Salle 2.2, 4.6, 6.12, 8.15 (63) University Blues 4.1, 5.4, 6.4, 7.6 (48) GOALS, De La Salle: L. Harrison 2, J. Phillips 1, S. Pickett 1, J. Vickers 1, S. Williams 1, S. Brooks 1, M. Moore 1 University Blues: A. Austin 2, D. Nixon 1, B. McConnell 1, D. Zambon 1, H. Weddell 1, A. Lowcock 1 BEST, De La Salle: T. Moloney, T. Humphrey, S. Williams, D. Lowe, J. Vickers, L. Harrison University Blues: P. Summers, A. Austin, I. Prendergast, J. Watts, M. Monteith, T. Maddocks Collegians 1.0, 5.4, 8.5, 15.9 (99) Old Scotch 5.2, 7.5, 8.8, 8.12 (60) GOALS, Collegians: J. Dixon 3, J. Kondarovswkis 2, J. Jorgensen 2, C. Lee 2, N. Ries 2, N. Sautner 1, L. Ferguson 1, S. Troon 1, J. Bull 1 Old Scotch: M. van den Broek 2, N. Jamieson 1, G. van den Broek 1, S. Barnett 1, L.Schumann 1, A. Pike 1, M. Burns 1 BEST, Collegians: J. Kamener, B. Dixon, N. Ries, C. Lee, A. Scott, J. Jorgensen Old Scotch: M. Burns, A. Houlihan, N. Jamieson, R. Eva, S. Thompson, G. van den Broek

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win. From kicking five-goals-to-on in the first, Old Scotch only managed three more for the game opposed to 14 by Collegians. This week: St Bernards host a rampant Old Carey and I think the visitors will prevail. Collegians are back at the Trott to Uni Blues with the home side to salute. It doesn’t get any easier for SBMTs as they travel to Toorak Park and it’s hard to tip against Old Xavs at present. Caulfield Grammarians will fancy themselves against Old Scotch but the Cardinals are made of sterner stuff, Scotch in a close one. Old Trinity are a much better side at home, unfortunately for them this week home is Sportscover Arena and that isn’t ideal for their chances, De La Salle to win on Sunday. Follow Andrew on Twitter: @LennyVAFA

PREMIER RESERVE Caulfield Grammarians 1.2, 4.4, 7.9, 10.10 (70) Old Carey 2.0, 5.1, 7.5, 9.8 (62) GOALS, Caulfield Grammarians: T. Yelland 2, A. Clarke 2, S. Dickson 2, F. Cooper 1, M. Hacket 1, W. Osborn 1, J. Cleeve 1 Old Carey: T. Angus 3, J. Joslin 2, C. Rice 1, L. Marriott 1, B. Fordham 1, G. Trumbull 1 BEST, Caulfield Grammarians: A. Clarke, S. Dickson, P. Mayes, A. Docker, M. Wood, D. Allanson Old Carey: J. Joslin, M. Parker, N. Colbert, J. Evans, A. Bird, C. O’Brien Old Trinity 3.5, 3.7, 7.14, 11.16 (82) St Bedes / Mentone Tigers 1.1, 4.2, 6.3, 8.5 (53) GOALS, Old Trinity: N. Chamberlain 4, A. Hore-Lacy 3, M. Cole 2, J. Gillies 1, B. O’Neill 1 St Bedes / Mentone Tigers: M. Barnhoorn 3, S. Kidd 1, L. Murphy 1, A. Vandenblink 1, M. McGettigan 1, C. Neville 1 BEST, Old Trinity: B. O’Neill, T. Lane, J. Gillies, M. Burgess, N. Chamberlain, K. Spassopoulos St Bedes / Mentone Tigers: J. Murnane, M. McGettigan, M. Barnhoorn, C. Neville, A. Zagami, T. DeMacedo Old Xaverians 3.3, 5.7, 6.10, 9.11 (65) St Bernards 1.2, 3.3, 4.6, 5.6 (36) GOALS, Old Xaverians: J. Curtis 2, M. Hannan 2, M. Skidmore 1, M. Douglas 1, J. Scanlan 1, C. Larkins 1, M. Ambrose 1 St Bernards: C. Mitchell 1, D. Lamanna 1, B. Peart 1, A. Ciantar 1, C. Liberatore 1 BEST, Old Xaverians: A. Pasceri, B. Kennedy, M. Douglas, J. Bergin, J. Ulbrick, K. Kaldawi St Bernards: B. Garth, C. Liberatore, H. Carland, S. Bergin, g. Breheney, J. Wheeler De La Salle 2.2, 3.5, 5.9, 7.10 (52) University Blues 2.1, 2.3, 2.3, 3.6 (24) GOALS, De La Salle: T. Parker 2, N. Fyfield 2, M. De Luca 1, M. Duggan 1, A. Palmer 1 University Blues: S. Dalton 1, J. Mugavin 1, J. Hibbert 1 BEST, De La Salle: T. Parker, M. Nankervis, N. Hyland, P. Harrison, J. Crowe, J. Harris University Blues: A. Harris, D. Withers, T. Fairbairn, T. Girdwood, B. Merriman, S. Dalton Collegians 3.2, 8.7, 9.10, 12.10 (82) Old Scotch 2.3, 4.4, 6.9, 8.11 (59) GOALS, Collegians: N. Corp 6, B. Riddle 2, J. Hampton 2, J. Band-Conrick 1, N. Roach 1 Old Scotch: N. Lawrence 1, J. Halbert 1, S. White 1, A. Tummel 1, K. McKenzie 1, M. Seed 1, J. Furey 1, M. Chitham 1 BEST, Collegians: B. Holst, N. Corp, J. Head, B. Riddle, S. Cutts, T. Penberthy Old Scotch: J. Furey, S. Leith, T. Auty, K. McKenzie, N. Lawrence, A. Mitchell

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PREMIER B

Di Langton

RIGHT HERE, RIGHT NOW Straight back into it this weekend – no more breaks, rests, rep games or excuses. There’s nowhere to hide now; close misses and wishywashy form will find you out. From here on in we’ll see who’s got the stuff to grab the season by the throat and shake off the wannabes. A quick nod to Brede Seccull, Jon De Pellegrin and Henry Parkes who last week garnered mentions in the VAFA U19 side that was unfortunately outgunned by a classy Victorian Country outfit at Elsternwick Park. Back to all things Premier B, and we cast our minds back a fortnight when Old Brighton thrashed the Browns at Chelsworth Park with a mighty 14 goals to two second half. Dan Anthony nabbed a hearty bag of seven in a best on ground performance as the ‘Tonners sustained their excellent form despite the usual injuries & absences. Coach Simon Williams has unearthed some impressive depth promoting reserves and unders for good gain - full back John Nockles and wingman Sam Roney the latest debutants to have an immediate impact. Old Ivanhoe hung in there in the first half, James Moio toiling hard and only two goals separated the sides at the half. But it was all red and blue after the break, Jim Davis carving up the midfield as OB stormed home to a 90-point win and an all-important percentage boost. Oakleigh looked like causing the upset of the round as they got the early jump on Beaumaris at Scammell Reserve. They led at quarter time by seven points, the Sharks wresting back the second term ascendancy to nudge ahead by five at the long break. The third was a real arm wrestle; Tom Buckley and Brayden Haynes showing their respective might for the visitors, while Pat Ioannidis and Steve Doherty stuck 4

fat for the Krushers. All tied up at the final turn, the Oaks threw everything at Beauy but were unable to stop them drawing away to win by 23 points. Plenty to admire in their endeavour though. St Kevin’s Foundation Day feast included a sumptuous lunch and three games of footy played on a sensational surface specially prepared at the college for the occasion. Victorious in the early two, the tri-colours were met by a determined Tiger outfit that put on a torrid first term. Adam Alifraco was scintillating and Aaron Taylor (4) in vintage form, but as St Kevin’s club legend Nick ‘Pez’ Perrett said earlier in the day: “Boys we don’t lose on this day, on this ground.” And after stuffing themselves silly at the lunch, many SKOBs veterans smiled on contentedly as their side piled on the scoreboard pressure via Henry Parkes (6) and Jock Marchesani (4) while Plugger Lynch typified his side’s even contribution in a thumping thirteen goal victory. The Jackas managed to keep pace with Old Melburnians at the Junction oval for three quarters, but the Dark Blue gradually slipped away through the consistent efforts of Lewis Haralambous who continues his stellar season form, and Tom Hywood kicking four. Nudging out to 21 points at three quarter time, OMs knew their opponents would fire up a last term resurgence, and to their credit shut down the driving attacks of AJAX glamour boy Routman and captain Warren Steinberg who was dangerous through the middle. OMs snuffed out the fightback and piled on a bit extra in a pleasing five goal win. TODAY SELECTIONS IN BOLD Beaumaris v St Kevins Oakleigh v Old Ivanhoe Old Brighton v AJAX Old Haileybury v Old Melburnians University Blacks v Werribee Districts

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Another consistent performer this year, Peter Gleadhill, was best for Old Haileybury in their stunning 23 point win over Uni Blacks at McKinnon Reserve. Brede Seccull was electric and Mick Meehan kept his average up nicely roosting five goals - as he’s done in all three of his appearances this season. The confident Bloods took the varsity a little unawares, John Delahunty and Jake Matthews were best for the Blacks who struggled nonetheless for forward options and failed to get into any sort of rhythm.

a bit of local nous. Beaumaris host St Kevins in a battle to prove their one-point win in round 6 was no fluke, while the Jackas may find the wiley South Road wind too much to conquer. Uni Blacks should be back on the winner’s list at home over Werribee, while the Krushers will be salivating over an opportunity to notch a

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battle for fourth pozzie heats up as the Bloods

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Beaumaris 1.7, 4.10, 6.14, 10.17 (77) Oakleigh 3.2, 4.5, 7.8, 7.12 (54) GOALS, Beaumaris: M. Lee 2, W. Murton 2, M. Petering 2, W. Edmonds 1, B. Haynes 1, A. Carroll 1, S. Gower 1 Oakleigh: P. Tsoucalas 2, T. Scott 2, P. Ioannidis 1, S. Doherty 1, P. Di Siervi 1 BEST, Beaumaris: T. Buckley, B. Haynes, C. Buckley, L. McNicholas, N. Dickinson, R. Cathcart Oakleigh: P. Ioannidis, S. Doherty, C. Lamb, T. Scott, A. Deneys, J. Chapple Old Haileybury 2.3, 6.7, 10.12, 13.14 (92) University Blacks 1.2, 4.5, 6.7, 10.9 (69) GOALS, Old Haileybury: M. Meehan 5, J. Coleman 2, T. Lockwood 1, T. Ridgway 1, P. Gleadhill 1, A. Spencer 1, J. Nicolopoulos 1, L. Nash 1 University Blacks: J. Roder 4, J. Matthews 2, J. Foster 2, S. Flight 1, J. Slabbert 1 BEST, Old Haileybury: P. Gleadhill, B. Seccull, M. Meehan, J. Coleman, M. Lillie, M. Stowe University Blacks: J. Delahunty, J. Matthews, B. Mahon, A. Pitt, S. Weekley, N. Batten Old Brighton 6.0, 9.0, 17.4, 23.7 (145) Old Ivanhoe 3.1, 6.6, 6.7, 8.7 (55) GOALS, Old Brighton: D. Anthony 7, T. Mentiplay 4, J. Davis 3, B. Gadsden 3, K. Rawlinson 2, S. Roney 1, M. Dewar 1, M. Pascoe 1, A. Edge 1 Old Ivanhoe: N. Butler 3, S. Geilings 2, J. Moio 1, N. Gieschen 1, R. Gieschen 1 BEST, Old Brighton: D. Anthony, J. Davis, B. Gadsden, M. Bruin, T. Skewes, B. Austin Old Ivanhoe: J. Moio, R. Gieschen, J. Binney, M. Mitris, M. Delmonte, I. Dawkins Old Melburnians 3.3, 8.5, 10.11, 15.17 (107) AJAX 3.1, 6.4, 8.8, 11.9 (75) GOALS, Old Melburnians: T. Hywood 4, C. Beck 2, C. Hood 2, M. Marangon 2, N. Daish 1, A. Carter 1, P. Kruger 1, C. Cumbrae-Stewart 1, L. Bennett 1 AJAX: D. Fayman 3, E. Routman 2, A. Kalb 1, G. Measey 1, J. Israelsohn 1, D. Steinberg 1, W. Steinberg 1, M. Jankie 1 BEST, Old Melburnians: L. Haralambous, T. Hywood, C. Hood, L. Batten, M. Marangon, E. De Fegely AJAX: E. Routman, J. Dorevitch, M. Jankie, W. Steinberg, D. Steinberg, A. Caplan St Kevins 4.2, 12.4, 18.5, 22.8 (140) Werribee Districts 2.0, 5.2, 6.4, 9.8 (62) GOALS, St Kevins: H. Parkes 6, J. Marchesani 4, P. Edgar 3, N. Hobson 2, J. Gabelich 2, K. Brick 2, F. Keely 1, A. Lynch 1, Z. Ginies 1 Werribee Districts: A. Taylor 4, A. Cunningham 1, R. Harrington 1, A. Eade 1, C. Molivas 1, T. Morrish 1 BEST, St Kevins: A. Lynch, J. Charles, K. Brick, S. Bishop, H. Parkes, P. Edgar Werribee Districts: A. Alifraco, A. Morrow, M. Dean, L. Patterson, A. Taylor, W. Pelar

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tackle similarly in-form Old Melburnians in a must-win game at McKinnon.

PREMIER B RESERVE Beaumaris 5.1, 8.5, 12.8, 16.10 (106) Oakleigh 1.1, 2.3, 5.3, 7.5 (47) GOALS, Beaumaris: M. Ensor 4, J. Bull 3, M. Stevens 2, C. Langdon 2, T. Abbott 1, M. DeFontenay 1, M. Millar 1, D. Pritchard 1, T. Rayner 1 Oakleigh: C. Lavery 3, Z. Thiessens 2, G. Bennett 1, A. Ashworth 1 BEST, Beaumaris: S. Brennan, K. Barnes, M. Ensor, C. Langdon, J. Bull, O. Webber Oakleigh: Z. Thiessens, N. Seel, R. Holden, A. Shaw, A. Ashworth, G. Bennett University Blacks 2.4, 8.6, 10.7, 12.10 (82) Old Haileybury 2.3, 4.3, 9.4, 11.7 (73) GOALS, University Blacks: A. Else 5, S. Myers 2, A. Cook 2, H. Lacey 2, S. Yule 1 Old Haileybury: W. McTaggart 5, S. Ellis 2, A. Mathers 1, D. Newby 1, A. Kight 1, R. Mathers 1 BEST, University Blacks: A. Else, J. Gardiner, C. Turner, S. McNamara, H. Lacey, S. Yule Old Haileybury: J. McLauchlan, R. Mathers, W. McTaggart, R. McMurray, C. Hill, R. Mosbey Old Brighton 7.3, 9.5, 14.7, 25.8 (158) Old Ivanhoe 0.2, 0.3, 2.4, 3.7 (25) GOALS, Old Brighton: S. Macleod-Smith 6, B. Blatt 5, R. Eastgate 4, C. Mizzi 2, J. Sargent 2, J. Edge 1, N. Graham-Bowman 1, A. Ogilvie 1, S. Eastgate 1, L. Anthony 1, A. Gunning 1 Old Ivanhoe: S. Stewart 1, C. Harder 1, S. Leggett 1 BEST, Old Brighton: A. Ogilvie, N. Graham-Bowman, S. Cramey, A. Gunning, M. McEvoy, B. Blatt Old Ivanhoe: A. Sheehan, J. O’Neill, S. Leggett, C. Pirret, J. Mathew, B. Harrison Old Melburnians 7.7, 11.10, 17.13, 24.19 (163) AJAX 0.1, 2.1, 3.1, 4.1 (25) GOALS, Old Melburnians: S. Kemmerer 13, E. Hughes 3, E. Lloyd 2, D. Hughes 1, B. Townsing 1, L. Townsing 1, H. Dean 1, N. Russell 1, W. Hatfield 1 AJAX: M. Feiler 1, J. Benjamin 1, A. Lerner 1, J. Sacks 1 BEST, Old Melburnians: S. Kemmerer, E. Lloyd, H. Macciolli, J. Macciolli, C. Baillieu, L. Townsing AJAX: R. Abraham, A. Lerner, D. Klotnick, A. Wytwornik, A. Wollan, R. White St Kevins 3.1, 7.4, 12.6, 19.11 (125) Werribee Districts 2.3, 2.3, 4.3, 4.3 (27) GOALS, St Kevins: J. Mullen 3, M. Lattanzio 3, P. Harvey 2, J. O’Rourke 2, M. Shannon 2, T. Bowden 2, S. O’Connor 1, T. Johnston 1, P. Longmore 1, A. Collins 1, J. Jolly 1 Werribee Districts: M. Hill 2, B. Morton 1, T. Sapountzis 1 BEST, St Kevins: T. Johnston, T. Bowden, L. McDonell, A. Collins, J. Jolly, T. Marchesani Werribee Districts: A. Taylor, J. Ayling, T. Eccles, M. Palmer, N. Morrison, D. Menegazzo

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PREMIER C

Simon Fuller

HERE COMES MAZENOD For the seventh week in a row, the top four in Premier C is occupied by Marcellin, Parkdale, Fitzroy and Old Camberwell. But some genuine contenders are beginning to emerge from the middle of the ladder, with PEGS capturing a big win away from home and Mazenod comfortably accounting for another premiership fancy. The battle is on for fourth spot and, given the recent happenings at Wimbledon, the obligatory Andy Murray joke seems incongruous. Fitzroy was the latest team to lower its colours to the Mazenod express, with the Roys capitulating completely to manage just one goal after quarter time, as the game turned into a rout in the second half. On a muddy deck at Central Reserve, Ablett kicked three in the first quarter to get the day started in promising fashion for the visitors. But it was the Nodders who gradually started to win the contested ball, to give their forwards ample opportunities. It was a true team effort and one which suggests that Mazenod could do some serious damage, if they find themselves in the top four when September rolls around. After a couple of quiet weeks Chamath Jayaweera was back to his best with five, while Louis Greco was fantastic in his first senior game of 2012. Luke Ablett was clearly Fitzroy’s best in a display that Michael Pickering will be hoping was just an anomaly. Out at the Barnyard, Old Camberwell got back on the winners list, with a gritty performance against the struggling Blues. The game unfolded in a similar fashion to the one at Central Reserve, with the visitors gaining the early ascendancy and then struggling to score after quarter time. It was a real slog until the final quarter, where the Wellers put on six goals to one, to cement a solid victory. Jack Duke continued his good form in front of the sticks, while big Warren 6

Carlyle chipped in with three and Damian Proksa came up from the under 19s to give the Wellers a welcome spark. It was another young gun who stood out for the Ashes, with Patrick Bryce playing an outstanding game. Russell Barnes’ men continue to earn respect, matching it with the competition’s pacesetters in the second and third quarters, before succumbing. Ultimately, the Eagles’ good work in the first quarter set up the result, with a couple of fifty metre penalties costing the Rovers dearly. After an entertaining battle, seven goals to the home side in the final stanza pushed the margin out near ten goals. Jarrod Carlson was in top form, joining Gasparini, Crosbie and Matt Bortolotto, as Marcellin’s multiple goalscorers. For the Rovers, Leigh Fletcher and Matthew Innes were prominent again and it was good to see Ritchie Atkins back on the field in the ones and amongst the goals. An important game between two sides hoping to make a push for the four unfolded at Brockwell, with PEGS paying the Bears a visit. In an extraordinary first quarter, fourteen scoring shots were recorded in the first term, with Banyule putting 0.8 on the board, to PEGS’ 0.6. There was more of the same anaemic scoring in the second quarter, with PEGS taking a slight advantage in at half time. It was the visitors who reversed the trend earlier and managed to put through more goals than points in the second half to edge further ahead and take the priceless TODAY SELECTIONS IN BOLD Fitzroy v Parkdale Vultures Hampton Rovers v Rupertswood Monash Blues v Banyule Old Camberwell v Mazenod PEGS v Marcellin

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four points home with them. Rob Baddeley played his best game for the season for PEGS and was instrumental in the win, while Luke French continues to produce for the Bears. The Vultures did what they needed to at Rupertswood, resisting a late fight back by the home side to win and take second spot on the ladder. Sean Hendricks’ outstanding season in the unders has been rewarded with opportunities at senior level and he repaid the faith with a terrific game and joining familiar names like Boland, Rochford and Hampton as standouts for the Vultures. Tim Neely was a catalyst in Rupo’s revival, but they just couldn’t get over the line, in what may prove to be a costly loss. This week, Rupo heads out to Boss James to do

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PEGS 0.6, 2.11, 5.12, 9.17 (71) Banyule 0.8, 1.12, 2.17, 6.20 (56) GOALS, PEGS: J. Rogers 2, C. Tzambazis 2, A. Baddeley 1, M. Wilson 1, A. Frazer 1, R. Edwards 1, R. Baddeley 1 Banyule: A. Barclay 3, K. Shepard-Mueller 1, A. Brown 1, R. Masters 1 BEST, PEGS: R. Baddeley, M. Wilson, L. Genovesi, C. Livori, C. Tzambazis, R. Jones Banyule: L. French, B. Walsh, T. Cusack, A. Brown, J. Langford, M. Smith Marcellin 7.6, 10.8, 11.12, 18.16 (124) Hampton Rovers 3.2, 5.5, 8.7, 10.7 (67) GOALS, Marcellin: N. Crosbie 3, J. Carlson 3, M. Gasparini 3, M. Bortolotto 2, R. Costanzo 1, P. Augustin 1, D. Redmond 1, J. Sundberg 1, P. Millsom 1, A. Lincoln 1, T. Blanch 1 Hampton Rovers: T. Witherow 3, E. Turner 2, N. Smith 1, R. Atkins 1, L. Verma 1, A. Fisher 1, C. Sharp 1 BEST, Marcellin: J. Carlson, M. Bortolotto, M. Gasparini, T. Jones, M. Holmes, T. Blanch Hampton Rovers: L. Fletcher, M. Innes, J. Dillon, N. Smith, J. Donald, S. Clements Mazenod 4.3, 6.5, 13.5, 15.7 (97) Fitzroy 5.1, 5.3, 5.7, 6.9 (45) GOALS, Mazenod: C. Jayaweera 5, B. Phibbs 3, J. Egan 3, N. Thomas 1, L. Greco 1, J. Cowan 1, N. Jook 1 Fitzroy: L. Ablett 3, T. Cheshire 2, D. Pound-Palmieri 1 BEST, Mazenod: B. Bonner, S. Oldman, T. Vallance, D. MacLeod, L. Greco, C. Jayaweera Fitzroy: L. Ablett, R. Angiolella, C. Polidoras, J. Parkinson, J. O’Reilly, D. Pound-Palmieri Old Camberwell 1.2, 5.3, 5.4, 11.9 (75) Monash Blues 2.3, 2.4, 3.5, 4.6 (30) GOALS, Old Camberwell: J. Duke 3, W. Carlyle 3, S. Killworth 2, G. Tolson 1, P. Bennett 1, T. Beranger 1 Monash Blues: E. Flanagan 3, A. McKenzie 1 BEST, Old Camberwell: P. Bennett, B. Hart, J. Le Cerf, D. Proksa, J. Duke, T. Beranger Monash Blues: P. Bryce, J. Griffiths, S. Baring, J. McKenzie, T. Waters, T. Wilson Parkdale Vultures 3.2, 7.3, 10.6, 11.8 (74) Rupertswood 3.1, 6.3, 6.4, 9.7 (61) GOALS, Parkdale Vultures: D. Rochford 4, B. Hampton 2, C. Dillon 1, S. Hendricks 1, M. Kidner 1, P. Sullivan 1, R. Swayn 1 Rupertswood: L. Brennan 2, M. Quigley 2, J. Gay 2, L. Baddeley 1, J. Dunn 1, D. Morrice 1 BEST, Parkdale Vultures: T. Boland, B. Hampton, S. Hendricks, M. Grant, D. Rochford, M. Meyer Rupertswood: T. Neely, L. Baddeley, B. Swallow, J. Dunn, M. Gaunt, B. Slater

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battle with the Rovers and while I don’t think it will be easy, they should be good enough to win. The Ashes and Banyule will both be desperate for a win, so here’s hoping the contest will be fearsome at Frearson, though I think Banyule will get up. PEGS hosts Marcellin in a season-defining game for the home side against their old rivals and I’m going for them in an upset. And finally, we have two games with huge ramifications for September. I think Fitzroy will manage to get the points against the Vultures, while Mazenod will continue their great form against the Wellers, to take fourth spot.

PREMIER C RESERVE Banyule 3.3, 6.3, 10.7, 14.9 (93) PEGS 2.1, 3.3, 3.7, 5.10 (40) GOALS, Banyule: G. Bell 5, Z. Wenke 4, D. O’Callaghan 1, S. Moran 1, T. Valvo 1, B. Kelly 1, J. Plant 1 PEGS: J. Hughes 1, J. Tootell 1, A. Palmer 1, J. Barrett 1, A. Lukat 1 BEST, Banyule: M. Eifermann, G. Bell, B. Kelly, M. Crema, Z. Wenke, A. Hopgood PEGS: R. Richardson, D. Rowland, D. Pound, J. Taylor, D. Bianchi, J. Stormont Marcellin 5.5, 11.9, 17.19, 27.21 (183) Hampton Rovers 0.2, 1.2, 1.2, 1.2 (8) GOALS, Marcellin: G. Romanin 8, D. Fraser 6, D. Marson 4, H. Lee 2, D. Isaac 2, S. Crapper 1, J. Coburn 1, M. Abrahams 1, D. Nicholls 1, L. Boyd 1 Hampton Rovers: M. Short 1 BEST, Marcellin: G. Romanin, D. Marson, D. Isaac, A. Ceccomancini, M. Abrahams, L. Boyd Hampton Rovers: S. Wright, L. Woodland, R. Warren, L. Wheeler, N. Foster, B. Kezilas Fitzroy 1.1, 7.3, 8.4, 11.7 (73) Mazenod 2.5, 4.7, 9.11, 10.11 (71) GOALS, Fitzroy: M. Racovalis 4, A. Harbor 1, P. O’Connor 1, D. Kynigopoulos 1, O. Stoltz 1, T. Biscaro 1, M. Allen 1, M. Kyroussis 1 Mazenod: J. Beard 5, S. Mann 3, A. Ciavarella 2 BEST, Fitzroy: G. Hesse, M. Kyroussis, R. Ewing, M. Racovalis, J. Harding, M. Coad Mazenod: J. Beard, T. Bailey, L. Castledine, S. Mann, S. Jones, M. Lewison Old Camberwell 6.5, 15.7, 23.12, 28.14 (182) Monash Blues 1.2, 4.3, 4.5, 5.5 (35) GOALS, Old Camberwell: not provided Monash Blues: M. Myers 2, J. Gallagher 2, D. Meehan 1 BEST, Old Camberwell: not provided Monash Blues: H. Stephenson, P. Farrar, J. Gallagher, R. Shields, T. Powell, M. Myers Parkdale Vultures 1.1, 1.3, 6.4, 10.8 (68) Rupertswood 3.0, 4.5, 4.8, 5.8 (38) GOALS, Parkdale Vultures: S. Jones 3, M. Hayes 2, N. Harding 1, B. Darcy 1, S. Edkins 1, R. Meade 1, K. McCarthy 1 Rupertswood: B. Roberts 3, M. Tabone 1, D. La Sala 1 BEST, Parkdale Vultures: R. Meade, A. White, j. peirce, R. Heaney, R. Gallagher, M. Dunn Rupertswood: B. Riley

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BIG V LUNCH The 6th Annual Big V Lunch was held last week at the prestigious RACV Club in the city. The room was packed out with close to 200 former players and supports of the Big V to celebrate and reminisce over past glories wearing one of the most famous jumpers in football. The day was highlighted by the three new Big V Champions Doug Arnold, John Jones and Shane Maguire who were inducted into the Big V Club (see below for more on each). Other highlights were the roving microphone work of Bernie Dunn who lit up the room with interviews of current and past champions and the day was hosted and run brilliantly by former Big V representative and coach Nick Bourke (pictured right). His interviews with the inductees and family members of the inductees were interesting and amusing at the same time. Many people travelled great distances to be at the lunch including family and friends of the inductees.

Doug Arnold was represented by a large congregation of family members and they were thrilled to be able to share his induction on the day. Doug’s daughter Julie Hegarty accepted the award on his behalf. Julie told of Doug’s passion for both Hampton Rovers and the Big V despite teaching at Wesley he remained committed to the Rovers and just loved playing football. Shane Maguire, when accepting the award was humbled and reminded us all of the uncompromising nature of representative football, “Twenty years of my life was spent in the Amateurs, fifteen as a player and five as selector, I’ve made a lot of friends and this is a great honour”. Accepting the award on behalf of John Jones (pictured centre) was his father Jack and bother Tony (pictured right). Jack played 175 games for Essendon including 133 in a row which remains the club record. He played in three Premierships from seven Grand Finals for the Bombers. He told the audience of his memories of watching his son play. Tony who played with John at Marcellin in 1981 and spoke of what a brilliant footballer John was, he then recalled how big the 1982 game against the VFA was where John played in front of a huge crowd at Sandringham which the Ammos duly won. “John could play in any position and was a coach’s dream” said Tony. (Nick Bourke asks about inductee John Jones with his father Jack and his brother Tony. John could attend the lunch on the day due to other commitments)

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WOMAN’S ROUND In conjunction with the AFL Women’s round this week the VAFA acknowledges the efforts of the ladies and their great contribution to our competition. The women at our clubs are often the backbone and more often than not are the majority of supporter in the stands too. The AFL has a series of events highlighted by the Jill Lindsay oration on Friday to acknowledge the great leadership and service Jill gave to the game before her sad passing in 2011. At VAFA HQ, many would be aware that our own longest serving employee Sue Anderson does

an outstanding job each week throughout the year. We wonder how long before the VAFA will introduce the Sue Anderson oration? Countless women are the glue that hold together our clubs; in no particular order they administer, coach, cook, clean, time keep, run the canteen, umpire, are trainers, are attendants, run water, support and are there when we get home to comfort as well. So if you wander past one of these special individuals this week, offer a thank you as we acknowledge all the ladies that make our competition so great.

LEAD BY WOMEN Continuing the theme for women’s round, we couldn’t help but notice that Fitzroy Football Club incorporating Fitzroy Reds are the flag bearers when it comes to having club leaders that are missing the Y chromosome. From the top they are lead by Joan Eddy who is the only female president of a VAFA club in 2012. Joan was Vice President in 2009 and team manager of the U19 2007 Premiership team. Joan is joined on the committee by Secretary Sharon Torney who has served in the role since

2010. Sharon was also the former President of Coburb in the VFL as well as a host of other football administration roles at Coburb and Fitzroy Reds. Sharon and Joan are joined by club director Anita Roper who has been in the position since 2011. After the merge between the Fitzroy Reds and the Fitzroy Football Club in 2008 these ladies have been pivotal in the Roy’s success. Most importantly Fitzroy are fielding five teams this year and three of those look destined to play finals.

15 YEAR-OLD SAM MASON ALREADY A 2 GAME VETERAN FOR ORMOND We have scoured the record books and cannot find anyone yet that beats 15 year-old Sam Mason at Ormond Football Club as being their youngest footballer to play senior footy. Sam has played a couple of games for the senior side in the past few weeks after first impressing in the U19s for the club. Sam took the opportunity to play for the U19 team when a gap in his U16 fixture opened up to allow him to play. The following week he debuted for the Seniors where he kicked a couple of goals and was given an award by the club for being the teams best player in the three point loss to Glen Eira. Sam was back next week and named in the THE AMATEUR FOOTBALLER 2012

best again, this time with one goal and some telling grabs around the ground in the sides thrilling one-point defeat of Old Mentonians. Sam doesn’t turn 16 until September so if he plays the remaining games this year, he might end up playing 10 games and thus be ineligible for the Club Warehouse Rising Star award before he turns 16! Given that Ormond U16s are sitting on top of the ladder in the MSJFL Division 1 competition its highly likely that Sam will want to play with his mates and hopefully taste premiership success before continuing his senior footy career. 9


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300 UP FOR JOHN TURNBULL There are comebacks and there are comebacks and in Amateur footy there is no bigger comeback than that of John Turnbull who last week reached the 300 game milestone at Banyule Football Club after beating bowel cancer in the mid 2000’s. Turnbull started at the club in 1986 in the U19s and becomes the fifth Banyule player to reach 300 hundred games. He won a senior best and fairest in

1989 and is widely regarded as one the club’s best five players of all time. Turnbull’s last 50 games have taken almost as long as the first 250, with the cancer battle and move to Aspendale limiting him to a handful of games a season for the past few years. Nevertheless 300 is a magnificent achievement for the father of three, congratulations JT!

WHEN A KANGAROO CROSSES A TURTLE What do you get when you cross a Kangaroo with a Turtle? A shocked Prahran Assumption group of WAGs that’s what. At Saturday’s game between Eltham Old Collegians and Prahran Assumption spectators and players were amused to find a 19th man on the field. A kangaroo joined the action midway through the second term in the forward pocket, made a lead down the ground that was ignored, and fed up with not getting a touch decided to jump the fence leaving all bewildered with what they had just seen. Prahran Assumption thought they were there to play the Turtles 10

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NO BYE AT ST BERNARDS LAST WEEK While the three Premier Sections had byes last weekend, you could have been fooled otherwise if you were driving past St Bernards College last Saturday. The Snakepit was a hive of activity for their annual Legends Day match. There was a live 80’s band, a champagne bar, a gourmet lunch, face-painting, live auction and of course the main event was the Legends Game at 2.30. It is the club’s biggest fundraiser each year and whilst the players in the match believe the skill on display would have been good enough to still get them a game, its fair to say that the 40 battle scarred legends in physical conditions that ranged from fighting fit to just plain frightening

honoured the jumper with pride. Although the usual slimming effects of the vertical strips failed to have much of an impact on a few. Torpedo punts and drop kicks were the order of the day for most players as former champion Jason Gollant dominated in Gary Dempsey like fashion in the ruck. Unfortunately two members of the team got bogged in the mud and had to be winched free. Festivities continued into the night with a 170 strong post game function where creaky knees and strained hamstrings seemed to be forgotten on the dance floor as all rocked into the night.

MUSASHI VAFA TV In recent editions you may have noticed that VAFA TV has started the search for VAFA TV’s Strongest Man. Well there is not an extra impetus for clubs to put up the player they think can bench the most in three reps. Musashi now sponsor VAFA TV and the Strongest Man competition. Each competitor will receive a Musashi P High Protein Powder and the final winner at the end of the season will win $1000.00 worth of prizes from Musashi, including THE AMATEUR FOOTBALLER 2012

a visit to the Musashi High performance Centre, followed by a Bod pod body composition by the guys at Bodyology http://www.bodyologypps. com.au/BODY_COMPOSITION.html A Nutrition Plan or Supplement protocol by Gwen Fitzpatrick Musashi Performance Nutritionist and $400 worth of Musashi Supplements. So send your nominations for us to come to your club to Olivia@vafa.com.au 11


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North Brunswick’s Abe Kyriazis has been a solid senior and now reserves player for more years than he wants to remember. Currently the Reserves Coach Abe has taken North Brunswick into finals action. Abe is also a successful junior’s premiership coach he has devoted a lifetime to Allard Park.His passion for the Green and Gold is an inspiration to all levels of players he has played with and coached. Abe continues to lead his players with commitment and will to win whenever he takes the field. St Bernards favourite son Justin Evans will become the 10th player in St Bernards history to achieve the feat which is great testimony to his durability and his commitment to the club. Justin won the Reserves Best and Fairest in 2002 and played in the A Grade Reserves Premiership side in 2003 before making his senior debut in 2004. While his job as a lawyer keeps him busy Justin is still starring in the Thirds every week and providing leadership to the young blokes coming through the ranks. Emmaus St Leo’s Anthony Ballard started with the club in 1999 with the U19’s and played a big part in the premiership in 2000. Anthony has continued to be the dominant senior ruckman over more than 10 years taking out the senior Best and Fairest in 2005 and continues to give great service to the Animals. Emmaus St Leo’s Antoni Auliso is a true blue animal that started playing at the club with the U19’s in 1995 and continued into the seniors. Antoni has returned this year to captain the reserves and reach this great milestone, he is well respected in the club and leads from the front on the field. Kew’s former Senior Vice Captain Ben Woodhouse now in his fourteenth season, has been a consistent performer whether forward or back. This season despite battling a back injury he is endeavouring to force his way back into the seniors. Off the field Ben is a terrific club man having been club Secretary and currently the club Treasurer. De La Salle’s Jarrod Moloney started with the club in 2002 and in the same year he won the best first year player award. Jarrod was senior premiership player in 2003, coaches’ award recipient in 2009 and VAFA representative in 2010. A skilful and courageous midfielder, he has overcome a serious knee last year to once again consolidate his place in the senior team in 2012.

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Darren Dawson

RAIN, MUD AND SHELLACKINGS It would give me great pleasure, dear readers, to announce that last week saw a round chock full of cliff-hanger finishes and nail-biting contests. That under grey and rainy skies there were battles decided by less than a kick. That there were heroes anointed after successful post-siren shots at goal. Alas, the opposite is true: the average winning (and thus losing) margin in round 11 was a whopping 98 points. Ironically, the closest game was at Thomas Carroll, where bottom team St. John’s battled bravely all day but ultimately went down to Ormond by 55 points. With the Monders getting the early jump, the Jocs were never able to peg back the seven-goal half-time lead. Best for Ormond were Dylan Elkman and Henry Simon, whilst for St John’s it was Liam Mara and Jeremy Diaz. The largest winning margin of the season to date was posted by Peninsula Old Boys in their huge 182-point demolition of an undermanned MHSOB. Veteran Shaun Payze (8 goals) led the way for the Pirates, who quickly put the disappointment of the previous week behind them. Big Brett Brisbane (5 goals) offered good support, whilst Nick Fisher was in everything. The Pirates had fourteen goal kickers. For the Unicorns, best were Lachlan Evans and Steve Villani. At a very heavy Gillon Oval, North Old Boys – St Patrick’s did not have it all their own way in the first half. In fact, they were only 15 points to the good at the main break. From that point on it was one-way traffic, with the home team outscoring the visitors 15 goals to four. Best on ground was NOBs veteran – and new games record holder – Dan Tonkin. Matt Keown was 14

again in the best, and must be firming in the odds for comp B & F. Whitefriars consolidated their position in the top four with a comfortable win over a disappointing Old Mentonians. Led by a powerful performance by Rob Petracca (5 goals), the Friars at last produced a consistent four-quarter effort to run out 71-point winners. Good support came from Brendan Stafford ad Dan Hogan. The Panthers were jumped in the first term in heavy rain, with the Friars’ half-back line impenetrable. Best for Old Mentonians were skipper Brad Norton and Tristan Strange. Coach Frank Dunell left Como Park early, making a dash to Brisbane to be on hand to watch his son Sam make his AFL debut. It mattered little, with his Old Geelong charges powering away to a 98-point win over Glen Eira. Even without key forwards Ellis and McEvoy, it was a truly impressive goal-kicking display. Preview: Today, at their second home in Mordialloc, Old Mentonians’ season is on the line. Notch up a win against the top team and they are still in the hunt. Lose, and they will most likely be two and a half games outside the four, with virtually no hope of finals action. The Panthers have come a long way this season, but I think the imperious present form of NOB-SP will hold sway. Whitefriars, looking to add to their five on the TODAY SELECTIONS IN BOLD Glen Eira v St Johns Old Mentonians v NOBs/St Pats Ormond v Old Geelong Peninsula v Whitefriars Williamstown CYMS v MHSOB

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North Old Boys/St Pats 4.5 6.6 16.9 21.11 (137) Williamstown CYMS 0.1 4.3 6.4 8.5 (53) GOALS North Old Boys/St Pats: C. Ryan 5 S. Sleep 4 T. Patterson 3 L. Kemp 2 M. Keown 2 A. Oakley 1 J. Cassell 1 C. Horsley 1 D. Tonkin 1 M. Firman 1 Williamstown CYMS: N. Ward 4 S. Barlow 2 B. Gray 1 N. Knapman 1 BEST North Old Boys/St Pats: D. Tonkin M. Keown S. Thomson J. Cassell M. Firman D. Delmenico Williamstown CYMS: C. McCracken D. Calman-Orr B. Gray J. Bencich N. Ward N. Holdsworth Old Geelong 6.6 14.10 19.14 21.20 (146) Glen Eira 1.1 3.4 6.4 7.6 (48) GOALS Old Geelong: H. Timms 7 C. Wood 7 M. Abney-Hastings 3 N. Betts 2 R. Herd 1 E. Bayles 1 Glen Eira: T. Paterson 3 S. Krull 1 S. Lithgow 1 N. Dennis 1 J. Waras Carstensen 1 BEST Old Geelong: N. Waters C. Wood H. Timms C. O’Brien T. Lyons R. Kemp Glen Eira: J. Mills T. Paterson K. Taig J. Bloink E. Stuchbery M. Harris Peninsula 4.3 19.7 22.13 35.17 (227) MHSOB 2.1 2.1 4.2 7.3 (45) GOALS Peninsula: S. Payze 8 B. Brisbane 5 R. Powney 4 A. Wood 3 S. Grigg 3 S. Barbour 2 J. Heron 2 N. Fisher 2 G. Carr 1 H. Whitty 1 S. Buchanan 1 W. Coghlan 1 T. Stainforth 1 R. Bambery 1 MHSOB: N. Campbell 2 J. Wood 1 A. Cassell 1 N. Orchard 1 J. Tran 1 N. Campbell 1 BEST Peninsula: S. Payze N. Fisher B. Brisbane A. Wood S. Grigg B. Southam MHSOB: L. Evans S. Villani J. Sherwin R. Czwarno N. Campbell M. Santomartino Ormond 5.4 10.8 13.12 19.15 (129) St Johns 1.5 3.6 7.7 11.8 (74) GOALS Ormond: D. Elkman 5 M. Martinov 4 A. McCooke 3 L. Duthie 2 D. Bailey 2 T. Naylor 1 D. Casey 1 H. Simon 1 St Johns: R. Scott 5 L. Mara 2 J. Diaz 1 G. Costas 1 R. Thomas 1 J. Gaget 1 BEST Ormond: D. Elkman H. Simon M. Oaten O. Lack D. Haysom D. Casey St Johns: J. Diaz L. Mara J. Gaget R. Thomas R. Scott K. Ash Whitefriars 3.3 7.7 11.12 16.16 (112) Old Mentonians 0.0 2.4 4.4 6.5 (41) GOALS Whitefriars: R. Petracca 5 A. Woods 2 D. Tibaldi 2 M. Mirabella 1 T. Baker 1 R. Mattinson 1 B. Stafford 1 C. Taouk 1 J. Scannell 1 D. Massarotti 1 Old Mentonians: L. Mirams 2 L. Hull 1 T. Brodie 1 W. Stone 1 S. Johnson 1 BEST Whitefriars: R. Petracca B. Stafford D. Hogan P. Celotti J. Scannell D. Massarotti Old Mentonians: B. Norton E. Macquire W. Stone T. Strange R. Ball L. Hull

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just be able to sneak over the line against MHSOB. A Willy win would add even greater interest to the relegation stakes, which will be in sharp focus at Packer Reserve. Glen Eira beat Jocs by 77 points last time these teams met, and although I expect the result to be the same, I reckon it will be a lot closer than that. Smokie says: Can all clubs and correspondents please send me their reports and news by Monday evening. Email: dd.mjd@bigpond.com. You can also follow me on twitter, where I regularly tweet Division 1 updates on Saturday afternoons: @smokiedawson.

DIVISION ONE RESERVE North Old Boys/St Pats 0.0 4.4 6.5 8.10 (58) Williamstown CYMS 3.1 3.2 6.2 7.3 (45) GOALS North Old Boys/St Pats: M. Gillett 2 D. Monello 2 S. Roberts 2 J. Van Dyk 1 B. Holland 1 Williamstown CYMS: F. Henry 3 N. Wapshott 1 T. Humberstone 1 M. Walsh 1 L. McKenzie 1 BEST North Old Boys/St Pats: C. Le Maitre M. Gillett L. Cormick J. Grinter B. Holland D. Monello Williamstown CYMS: T. Bowers G. Shine S. McHugh J. Willis N. Wapshott D. Ellis Old Geelong 7.3 14.4 17.6 23.10 (148) Glen Eira 1.1 2.1 2.2 3.2 (20) GOALS Old Geelong: W. Harris 7 E. Stevens 3 T. Steinfort 3 A. Perry 3 M. Graver 2 N. Neville 2 H. Beaumont 1 W. Oakley 1 T. Slattery 1 Glen Eira: W. Devlin 1 D. Eade 1 J. Serpanchy 1 BEST Old Geelong: T. Slattery W. Harris M. Graver E. Stevens A. Perry T. Steinfort Glen Eira: S. Neeson J. Halliwell N. Graham D. Eade J. Canal G. Egan Peninsula 6.4 10.6 12.10 16.14 (110) MHSOB 3.1 4.5 8.6 11.10 (76) GOALS Peninsula: J. Coghlan 6 S. Murray 4 P. Coldrey 1 B. Roberts 1 L. Heron 1 T. Grigg 1 MHSOB: M. Hamilton-Ho 8 K. McDonald 1 L. Taylor 1 C. Hewish 1 BEST Peninsula: S. Murray B. Mitchell J. Coghlan B. Roberts A. Starkins M. Tolliday MHSOB: D. Hamilton-Ho M. Hamilton-Ho R. Van Es M. Ham R. Petchell C. Wright Ormond 9.6 18.11 24.20 35.27 (237) St Johns 1.0 2.1 2.1 2.1 (13) GOALS Ormond: J. Singleton 9 R. Keane 8 N. Sinclair 3 J. Harry 2 B. Rayson 2 N. Umiljendic 1 S. Stephens 1 D. Cunningham 1 A. Hastings-Dodge 1 T. Haysom 1 L. Blatman 1 L. Calvert 1 M. English 1 S. Ashton 1 B. Lydster 1 J. McDonald 1 St Johns: N. Pouki 1 S. Cosas 1 BEST Ormond: M. Veal J. Singleton R. Keane D. Kingston S. Ashton T. Haysom St Johns: M. Allen D. Krytenberg N. Pouki B. Darbyshire F. Brooks A. Penrose Old Mentonians 5.3 6.5 14.7 16.9 (105) Whitefriars 1.2 8.3 11.4 15.5 (95) GOALS Old Mentonians: B. Zeitoune 4 M. Myers-Snyders 2 S. Alexander 2 L. Oliver 2 B. Coghlan 2 L. Caine 1 L. Cormie 1 C. Edgeworth 1 B. Suboticki 1 Whitefriars: M. Nitas 6 P. Hennessy 4 S. Anderson 3 N. Di Pietrantonio 2 BEST Old Mentonians: S. Cormie H. Darbyshire L. Caine S. Dimos B. Bowker C. Edgeworth Whitefriars: M. Nitas S. Allemand L. Kennedy A. Pearson M. Larosa S. Anderson

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DIVISION 2

Rich Hummerston

AND THEN THERE WERE SIX With only six rounds left until the real deal, the Division 2 season is shaping up to have a stellar finish with the top six sides all still in contention to get into the four and to have a real crack come September. It is anyone’s game.

as they went on to win by 96 points and keep the pressure on the top four. Therry are just a game and 2% behind Old Paradians now with six games to play. Both sides face each other this week but more on that later.

Old Eltham continued on their winning ways with a 51 point win against third placed Prahran Assumption, Sabastian Ciavola was strong up forward for the Turtles booting six goals, whilst Daniel Anglin was best on for the two blues. There was some interesting looks from players and spectators alike when an extra player came onto the ground in the second quarter – read more about that in For The Love Of The Game.

It seems no one can stop Bulleen Templestowe as they continue to put together a formidable season. Monash Gryphons went to Ted Ajani Reserve hoping for an upset and they got off to the perfect start. They led the locals by 10 points at quarter time but it was all Bulleen Temp from there. Jordan Wise kicked four and three each to Jack Cowell and Justin Khouri saw the home side build a score big enough for a win. The 35 point margin enough keep them a game clear on top.

In the clash of the bottom four, La Trobe travelled out to Ferndale Park to take on seventh placed St Mary’s Salesian in the hope of knocking up their first win for season 2012. Unfortunately this wasn’t the case and La Trobe was sent packing with another 22 point defeat and the hope of getting a four point victory in the remaining weeks. Sidney Jones and David West were reliable all day for the yellow and black, Jack McNeel, and Carl Joyce were best for Latrobe. David Boundy’s Old Paradians are finding form at the right time and although they were made to work against Emmaus St Leo’s they would have been happy to secure the four points and maintain a game break from the chasing pair of Therry Penola and Monash Gryphons. Daniel Giddings kicked for majors and the captain coach kicked three as Parade won by 31 points. South Melbourne Districts hosted Therry Penola at Lindsay Hassett Oval and they were very accommodating hosts. South failed to register a major for the first three quarters and in that time Therry piled on 14.11. Matthew Costello and Justin Crotty kicked four each for the winners, 16

This week’s games have an added importance to them for the two sides outside the four simply must win if they want to play in September. Monash Gryphons would have been happy with their efforts at Bulleen Templestowe last week and this week they are back at home to second placed Eltham Collegians. The Turtles were menacing dispatching Prahran Assumption last week but I am going to go for the Gryphons in an upset. The other match of significance is fourth versus fifth. As mentioned above these two sides are almost identical in percentage terms and Old Paradians will travel to Therry Penola with a game advantage but I feel that will have evaporated come 4.45 tonight. Only the margin will determine who sits in the four. TODAY SELECTIONS IN BOLD Bulleen Templestowe v St Mary’s Salesian Emmaus St Leos v La Trobe University Monash Gryphons v Eltham Collegians South Melb Districts v Prahran Assumption Therry Penola v Old Paradians

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Emmaus St Leo’s host bottom side La Trobe and if the Uni are to make a late charge for safety they would have to win this one. I can’t see this one happening though. And Emmaus should be able to secure a vital win in the bid for their own safety and Division 2 football next year.

Bulleen Templestowe should continue on their

South Melbourne Districts also need to win if they want to play in this section next year, but they wont this week against Prahran Assumption who will want to ensure they are not dragged into the battle to play finals with those team chasing.

escapes relegation with fewer than six wins.

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Bulleen Templestowe 1.3 6.3 10.8 15.10 (100) Monash Gryphons 3.1 5.2 6.3 10.5 (65) GOALS Bulleen Templestowe: J. Wise 4 J. Khouri 3 J. Cowell 3 A. Lucisano 1 A. Lauria 1 K. Cherbakof 1 L. Costa 1 L. Wallis 1 Monash Gryphons: B. Griesheimer 3 M. Fletcher 2 B. Fullerton 1 A. Flowerday 1 M. Savage 1 R. Hummerston 1 J. Ogden 1 BEST Bulleen Templestowe: R. Course J. Cowell P. Sartori R. Edsall A. Shankara A. Lucisano Monash Gryphons: S. Abel B. Fullerton H. Hough P. Rutherford J. Hobley J. Harrak Eltham Collegians 2.4 10.7 14.14 15.18 (108) Prahran Assumption 2.1 3.5 5.8 8.9 (57) GOALS Eltham Collegians: S. Ciavola 6 B. Galvin 2 A. Lendaro 2 N. Harper 1 M. Crooks 1 S. Whiteside 1 A. Hargrave 1 T. Woods 1 Prahran Assumption: A. Parsons 3 J. Silver 1 A. Sleight 1 N. Costin 1 R. Pascoe 1 L. Hunt 1 BEST Eltham Collegians: M. Feben M. Crooks C. Brown S. Ciavola S. Richardson S. Whiteside Prahran Assumption: D. Anglin B. Dempsey E. MacDonald M. Pell J. Robbins L. Hunt Old Paradians 2.2 5.4 7.9 11.10 (76) Emmaus St Leos 2.1 3.4 4.6 6.9 (45) GOALS Old Paradians: D. Giddings 4 D. Boundy 3 S. Miller 1 J. Kandilakis 1 M. Patena 1 M. Derham 1 Emmaus St Leos: R. Harding 2 P. Baranello 1 A. Ballard 1 M. Hawa 1 A. McDougall 1 BEST Old Paradians: D. Giddings M. Bellizia D. Mahony M. Deligiorgis A. Tulipano M. Patena Emmaus St Leos: P. Baranello N. Baranello L. Virgo P. Carey A. Ballard R. Harding Therry Penola 3.6 7.9 14.11 17.11 (113) South Melbourne Districts 0.2 0.5 0.7 1.11 (17) GOALS Therry Penola: M. Costello 4 J. Crotty 4 J. George 3 E. Benson 2 J. Hanlon 1 D. Leroy 1 J. Stefanou 1 B. Harding 1 South Melbourne Districts: S. Aquilina 1 BEST Therry Penola: A. Doyle J. Hanlon D. Leroy M. Costello J. Crotty A. Kowalski South Melbourne Districts: T. McNamara K. Tutty H. Griggs S. Aquilina S. Bradford A. Lane St Mary’s Salesian 1.4 6.5 8.9 12.12 (84) La Trobe University 3.1 4.4 8.5 9.8 (62) GOALS St Mary’s Salesian: S. Jones 4 J. Evans 3 L. Rowe 2 K. Buchanan 2 J. Rogers 1 La Trobe University: J. McMeel 3 S. Patten 3 C. Joyce 1 B. Dales-Sutton 1 S. Bullen 1 BEST St Mary’s Salesian: D. West J. Evans N. Baum B. Gatehouse S. Jones K. Buchanan La Trobe University: C. Joyce A. Curwood D. McMaster S. Jeffrey K. Anderson J. McMeel

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merry way with a win at home to a St Mary’s Salesian in no mans land. They are not safe yet St Mary’s but depending on how results go in the next couple they could be one of those sides that

Editor Note: Rich Hummerson was away this week and unable to do the report. Your scribes this week was a combination of Olivia Crowe and Andrew Leonard. Rich will return next week.

DIVISION TWO RESERVE Bulleen Templestowe 4.2 4.5 11.8 14.12 (96) Monash Gryphons 1.2 1.3 1.3 1.4 (10) GOALS Bulleen Templestowe: G. Chivers 3 A. Verga 2 J. Wilson 1 B. Jackson 1 J. Moio 1 D. Dakin 1 D. Raneri 1 N. Monaco 1 R. Florence 1 J. Paolucci 1 A. Samie 1 Monash Gryphons: T. Russell 1 BEST Bulleen Templestowe: D. Dakin G. Chivers M. Coulston J. Wilson D. Tonelli J. Moio Monash Gryphons: B. Murphy D. Petsinis V. Coffey R. Fletcher T. Vesey M. Verkuylen Eltham Collegians 3.3 5.9 8.11 10.12 (72) Prahran Assumption 0.2 3.2 7.6 9.11 (65) GOALS Eltham Collegians: J. Iaquinto 4 J. Hyndman 2 Z. Tranter 1 J. Foo 1 M. Ross 1 J. Hall 1 Prahran Assumption: R. Ellis 4 D. Bourke 1 D. Quirk 1 I. Vuli 1 T. Matherson 1 J. Ancrum 1 BEST Eltham Collegians: J. Iaquinto T. Brown J. Hall J. Hyndman M. Ross A. Laver Prahran Assumption: N. Shipperlee D. Quirk J. Dewar A. Henderson D. Bourke R. Ellis Old Paradians 4.4 7.7 10.11 12.16 (88) Emmaus St Leos 1.1 1.2 1.2 2.4 (16) GOALS Old Paradians: T. Gibbons 3 R. Licciardi 2 D. Spitty 2 A. Spinoso 1 A. Sheehy 1 M. Raponi 1 A. Sinclair 1 B. Dines 1 Emmaus St Leos: A. Smith 2 BEST Old Paradians: J. Kappos T. Gibbons R. Licciardi A. Sheehy S. Rehlicki C. Shepherd Emmaus St Leos: P. Mitchell T. Canny S. Downie D. Mahony M. Gartland J. Smith Therry Penola 6.5 6.6 9.14 9.19 (73) South Melbourne Districts 0.0 1.2 1.4 1.6 (12) GOALS Therry Penola: M. McWhinney 4 M. Trimble 2 M. Jones 1 P. Tomkinson 1 P. Strangis 1 South Melbourne Districts: F. Tiernan 1 BEST Therry Penola: S. Bye M. Jones A. Ractliffe D. Angus J. Mennuni R. Brennan South Melbourne Districts: B. Reade H. Sinclair P. Cheevers R. Chirgwin R. Mac Dermott D. Robson St Mary’s Salesian 5.3 8.7 12.9 17.12 (114) La Trobe University 2.0 6.2 8.8 10.10 (70) GOALS St Mary’s Salesian: M. Purcell 7 J. Borland 5 S. Gusts 3 A. Baird 1 N. Trevitt 1 La Trobe University: T. Mawdsley 4 J. Lania 3 J. Hickey 2 M. Harney 1 BEST St Mary’s Salesian: A. Baird M. Purcell L. Hawkins J. Borland D. Rajkumar S. Retino La Trobe University: M. Harney G. Lingham S. Condon J. Hickey T. Mawdsley J. Lania

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LATE SCORES, FINES AND TRIBUNAL Late Scores - July 7 St John’s - Division 1 Reserve South Melbourne Districts - Division 2 Reserve

Tribunal Results – 17 July 2012 From June 30 Charlie Haley, De La Salle (Under-19). Striking, 2 matches.

Beaumaris - U19 Premier Beaumaris - U19 South

From July 7

Old Brighton - U19 2

Alexander Taylor, Werribee Districts Unduly rough play, 4 matches.

Old Xaverians - U19 3 PEGS - U19 3 UHS-VU - Club XVIII (2)

From July 14 Dylan Patcas, Fitzroy (Under-19). Abuse to umpire, 2 matches. Jeffrey Orr, Therry Penola (Reserves). Striking, 6 matches.

Incorrect Scores - July 7

*Robert Kemp, South Mornington. Headbutting, 3 matches.

University Blues - Premier Thirds

*Pat Milesi, Ivanhoe (Club XVIII). Attempting to strike, 1 match.

Caulfield Grammarians - Premier Thirds

*Accepted Prescribed Penalty

Old Haileybury - Premier B Reserves Mazenod - Premier C and Premier C Thirds

Investigation Results – 17 July 2012

Ormond - Division 1 Old Xaverians - U19 3

Old Scotch and Collegians minor melee, Premier reserves match on 8 July.

Prahran - Division 2 Reserves

Both clubs accepted prescribed penalty of $150.

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DIVISION 3

Nick Wynne

LOGOS Bradford Cox wrote this in one of his darkest moments. “To go away and not look back and think of what the others say. To go ahead and change your life without regard to what is said, and everyone must do the same, you find yourself lost again. Forget the things you’ve left behind, through looking back you may go blind”. Like Bradford, I’m a realist. I’m well aware that the season for a handful of teams in this division is probably over, but unlike others I’m not going to publicly write them off. I also realise that the number of people that read this article is probably in single digits (not including the poor guys at VAFA headquarters that have to edit it). Alas I just want to say thank you to those that read it week in week out. Like good old Daniel Byrne, who was thoughtful enough to say a few kind words about my column the other week, it really razzed me up. The point of this little opening is to encourage those that may have been written off to keep on fighting, you never know who you may inspire. It was a much better result for Ivanhoe this week, defeating UHS-VU in a semi-decent display of Australian Rules football. The Hoes managed to apply more frontal pressure than Uni have become accustomed to lately, and it showed. Uni weren’t going forward with any sort of authority, when they did the dour Ivanhoe defence were there to stop every foray. Big Moose got a handful (What’s going to happen when he kicks his ton?), while it was great to see Tim Williamson at his best. Last time these two teams met, Hawthorn got their pants pulled down. In a horrid display, they couldn’t manage a major. It was a different story on Saturday. Hawthorn pulled out all the stops. From the outset it was clear that they would use any tactic at their disposal to get a favourable result. While it was a scrappy game at times, it was 20

the inaccuracy of the Xmen that was the story of the day. St Francis had more scoring shots then the Hawks, but they still went down by five goals. Disappointing. Richmond hosted Aquinas, in what was a ripping game of Division 3 football. The game was always in the balance. In the end, it was Aquinas’ two late goals just before the final change that was the difference, turning a manageable eight point deficit into 20 at 3 quarter time. However Richmond, who were without leading goal scorer Seb Angus, tried hard in the last, but just couldn’t get over the line. At the last whistle, Aquinas led by 11 points. Skull returned to the Elsternwick seniors this week, and low and behold a victory ensued. After a lengthy stint with the twos, the return of the Skull was well received by teammates and fans alike. It also resulted in a 78 point drumming of Power House. Last time these teams met they drew, in one of 2012’s great games. Fair to say it was a different game this week, the Wickers were never challenged, after kicking nine goals in the first quarter. In the absence of skipper Justin Hunter, Aaron Thornton stepped up and kicked nine big ones, right up the bracket. Top of the table versus second bottom is never going to end well. Today was no different. I know it’s a terrible cliché, but it was like a train wreck... The Warriors did not act like their name sakes and they were so very, very disappointing, only managing to kick four goals for the game. Considering they were kicking around in near perfect conditions up in beautiful Victorian wine country, there was no excuse. This game reminded me of the story of the two Eskimos. TODAY SELECTIONS IN BOLD St Francis Xavier v Aquinas Kew v UHS-VU Old Westbourne v Elsternwick Ivanhoe v Richmond Central Yarra Valley v Hawthorn Power House v Albert Park

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They were sitting in a kayak freezing, so they lit a fire in the craft. It sank, proving once again that you can’t have your kayak and heat it too. Not hard to guess which team are the Eskimos. It was another close game to finish off Round 12, Albert Park and Kew battled it out at Beaurepaire Pavilion. The Falcons were too slick for Kew, who left feeling pretty flat. The scoreboard fluctuated considerably throughout the game, and both sides had their chances. In the end Albert Park managed to get on top in the midfield, winning clearance after clearance in the second half thanks to the likes of Michael Boyd and Josh Strawczynski. For Kew, Wristy tried hard all day, as did Will Balme and Mick Henderson, but like an

DIVISION THREE

LAST ROUND

Aquinas 4.6 6.7 10.9 10.15 (75) Richmond Central 2.2 4.5 7.7 9.10 (64) GOALS Aquinas: S. Williams 3 L. McDonald 2 J. Price 2 C. Willis 2 M. Cull 1 Richmond Central: D. Nicholson 2 B. Zelencich 2 R. Costanzo 1 B. Ryan 1 D. Sutherland 1 L. Walsh 1 T. Noffke 1 BEST Aquinas: L. McDonald C. Willis J. Price A. Guthrie R. Greig R. Foster Richmond Central: L. Walsh R. Costanzo B. Ryan B. Ryan R. Schwedes B. Zelencich Ivanhoe 2.4 4.9 11.16 15.18 (108) UHS-VU 1.2 2.5 3.5 6.9 (45) GOALS Ivanhoe: A. Close 5 L. Roberts 4 D. Wood 3 M. Jacobs 1 J. Garth 1 M. Lovell 1 UHS-VU: B. Collins 4 G. Guest 1 G. Smallman 1 BEST Ivanhoe: T. Williamson L. Roberts C. Kingsford M. Lovell C. Mitchell R. Close UHSVU: E. Clarke G. Smallman L. Habel G. Guest D. Musil B. Collins Yarra Valley 7.3 11.10 15.16 21.23 (149) Old Westbourne 1.1 2.2 2.3 4.4 (28) GOALS Yarra Valley: S. Donald 5 R. Yeo 3 R. Pollard 3 S. Yeo 3 C. Hodgens 2 B. Trend 1 N. Pask 1 R. Little 1 S. Savage 1 M. Wines 1 Old Westbourne: S. Morrissey 2 A. Rompel 1 T. Willson 1 BEST Yarra Valley: D. Ricketts G. Coutts J. Trend N. Pollard S. Donald R. Pollard Old Westbourne: S. Ryan H. Iannacone P. Morris S. Morrissey E. Karageorge J. Mason Hawthorn 4.1 9.1 11.3 13.5 (83) St Francis Xavier 2.6 5.13 5.15 6.17 (53) GOALS Hawthorn: L. Barkla 3 K. Davies 2 D. Tremewen 2 D. Lauletta 2 N. Raiti 2 T. Maher 1 St Francis Xavier: J. Leworthy 2 J. Lenders 1 J. Van Dam 1 B. Spencer 1 A. Klaric 1 BEST Hawthorn: D. Pritchard D. Tremewen N. Raiti G. Edmond P. Nunan D. Mitchell St Francis Xavier: S. Burns M. Scanlon D. Dimakopoulos D. Scott J. Lenders C. Hughes Elsternwick 9.4 10.12 15.16 21.21 (147) Power House 1.0 8.6 8.7 10.9 (69) GOALS Elsternwick: A. Thornton 9 L. Bedingfield 4 S. Grace 3 C. Craig 1 J. McGrail 1 C. Mahony 1 B. Prior 1 G. Cameron 1 Power House: L. Stubbs 4 T. Hinck 2 L. Johnston 2 R. Webb 1 A. Collett 1 BEST Elsternwick: B. Prior A. Thornton L. Bedingfield S. Grace D. Faella C. Mahony Power House: L. Stubbs D. Baker R. Hobson J. Brennan J. Avery B. Davis Albert Park 3.3 8.9 9.9 12.12 (84) Kew 4.4 4.4 7.9 9.13 (67) GOALS Albert Park: D. Muscat 4 J. Brick 2 N. Dallas 2 B. Murnane 2 L. Kerry 1 S. Maunder 1 Kew: A. Brazzale 2 B. Roberts 2 M. Matheson 1 G. Filsell 1 M. Bailey 1 D. Spencer 1 E. Roberts 1 BEST Albert Park: M. Boyd J. Brick L. Kerry D. Muscat M. Hyams S. Maunder Kew: T. Leeds M. Matheson P. Brough E. Roberts K. Gannon J. Keeble

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episode of the Shire, there was low expectations and not even anything really that good to look at. This Week: Hawthorn will be the light that fails this week against Yarra, Ivanhoe may give Richmond the shakes when they defeat them, what Albert Park do to the House this week will be criminal, Xmen will retain their halo against Aquinas, Uni will bounce back against Kew and the Wickets, compliments of the Skullman will get a win out in the west.

DIVISION THREE RESERVE Richmond Central 3.5 5.5 7.9 8.11 (59) Aquinas 0.0 3.1 4.2 4.3 (27) GOALS Richmond Central: S. Gilchrist 2 A. Pruscino 2 A. Fraser 1 A. Read 1 A. Cheyne 1 R. McCaughey 1 Aquinas: A. Wilczynski 2 K. Rosewarne 1 J. Megens 1 BEST Richmond Central: D. Ryding N. Ryan M. McCabe R. McCaughey A. Read S. Collins Aquinas: L. Fringuelli J. Valentine N. Gordon T. Jellie N. Spencer H. Tyssen UHS-VU 3.1 9.5 10.6 15.8 (98) Ivanhoe 3.3 6.3 9.6 11.8 (74) GOALS UHS-VU: M. Sweeney 5 J. McDonald 3 R. Dickson 3 S. McSweeney 1 C. Mawdsley 1 D. Heywood 1 C. Certo 1 Ivanhoe: M. Brazzale 3 M. Franich 2 A. Hanna 2 J. Trescowthick 1 B. Walthers 1 M. McCrystal 1 M. Gleeson 1 BEST UHS-VU: S. McSweeney W. Smith R. Dickson M. Sweeney A. Certo J. McDonald Ivanhoe: M. Ioannou J. Trescowthick J. Scoble M. McCrystal A. Hanna M. Franich Yarra Valley 8.2 12.4 16.7 22.11 (143) Old Westbourne 0.0 1.1 2.1 2.3 (15) GOALS Yarra Valley: B. Seeger 8 J. Harding 3 S. Gillin 2 D. Perry 2 B. Nicholas 2 L. Gillies 2 J. Cordwell 1 N. Paton 1 L. McCleary 1 Old Westbourne: R. Fuentes 1 T. Davidson 1 BEST Yarra Valley: W. Harding J. Hall S. Creed N. Hopper B. Seeger G. Smith Old Westbourne: L. Barnes A. Lionti D. Stanley A. Board J. England T. Davidson St Francis Xavier 4.4 9.8 12.10 15.17 (107) Hawthorn 3.2 3.3 7.4 10.6 (66) GOALS St Francis Xavier: C. Van Dam 4 S. Greely 3 A. Bolitho 3 D. Johnstone 2 L. Day 2 P. Gould 1 Hawthorn: D. Quamil 3 D. Tzemis 2 C. Pinner 1 S. Gunn 1 J. Jackomos 1 A. Knott 1 B. Hudson 1 BEST St Francis Xavier: J. Thwaites L. Day R. Legge D. Johnstone A. Bolitho C. Van Dam Hawthorn: S. Gunn L. Nunn A. Lang C. Pinner D. Quamil P. Clancey Power House 2.6 8.13 11.16 14.22 (106) Elsternwick 1.2 1.5 4.8 4.9 (33) GOALS Power House: B. Rose 4 N. Moresi 3 P. Arnold 2 B. Lonsdale 2 M. Singh 1 M. O’Sullivan 1 P. Mackney 1 Elsternwick: E. Alter 2 J. Convery 1 A. Foster 1 BEST Power House: S. Leonard M. Chylinski S. Davidson N. Moresi B. Rose S. Devine Elsternwick: S. Convery T. Perkins J. Biviano E. Alter M. Spence E. McCormack Kew 4.3 7.7 9.7 14.14 (98) Albert Park 0.3 0.4 4.7 4.8 (32) GOALS Kew: T. Bagnall 2 B. Thomson 2 A. Smith 2 H. Sands 2 C. Leslie 2 G. Evans 1 N. Rohrt 1 E. Higgs 1 B. Woodhouse 1 Albert Park: J. Snibson 1 J. Seven 1 R. Sloan 1 J. Sutton 1 BEST Kew: J. O’Halloran B. Woodhouse A. Smith N. Rohrt A. Michael N. Zaher Albert Park: J. Cuthbert J. Sutton A. Mercuri M. Hammond T. Wilson J. Davis

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DIVISION 4

Josh Gabelich

TIGERS ON FIRE As we progress into the final third of season 2012, it appears that the level of interest in Division Four football has rapidly increased across the Amateurs. And this can be attributed to one reason. The unblemished season that the South Mornington Tigers are having and look likely to have continues to spark a wide level of interest in their games each week and in turn the fortunes of the competition. Twelve games down and the Tigers are still yet to taste the sour venom of defeat. It’s quite difficult to see any side knocking them off as they stroll towards a top two finish and therefore a double chance in September. Swinburne Uni are two games adrift the chart toppers and loom as the only realistic chance of testing the Tigers on game day. Undefeated seasons are a rarity in any level of football. Teams have off day’s, that’s the nature of the beast. But this beast, South Mornington, appear increasingly likely to not let an off day result in anything short of the four points. The Tigers twelfth straight victory of the season was chalked up against fellow top four certainty Point Cook on the weekend. The Bulldogs made arguably the toughest road trip in the Amateurs. The 110km road trip to the Peninsula didn’t seem to strain the Dogs too badly in the opening term as they remained in touching distance at The Tigers fortress. However, a five goal to one-second term sent Point Cook into the rooms at half time deflated and made the task of dethroning the kings even harder. By the final siren a seven goal victory could have been far greater if the wayward Tigers had of made the most of their opportunities in front of goal. Nathan Brodie led the way for the home side with more than his fair share of disposals. For the Bulldogs, Mark Pozzuto and Keith Kavanagh were two of the visitor’s standouts. Swinburne Uni is the only side capable of stopping the South Mornington juggernaut. 22

But for three and half quarters on Saturday, the Razorbacks were made to look anything but a genuine premiership contender. North Brunswick negated the students’ usual free flowing style and appeared likely to grind out one of the upsets of the season at Allard Park. After kicking just six goals up to the final break, Swinburne Uni were able to pull the rabbit out of the hat and boot five goals to just two behinds to come from seemingly no where to grab the points over the Bulls. Phil Wild and Nick Mauran led from the front all day for the Razorbacks and both played pivotal roles in the final term. For the home side, Phil Gagliano was damaging by hand and foot. The recent hype surrounding Chadstone seems to be proving beneficial as the Synners produced one of the best performances in recent seasons. Although another loss is not what they were after, Chadstone fought gallantly all day long against one of the most improved sides in the competition. Five goal losses aren’t usually glorified, but in the Synners case, this is hopefully another sign that they are on the right track. We all know how inspirational a breakthrough victory will be for them. West Brunswick began this season as one of the premiership favourites. Two thirds of the season later and they look very unlikely to challenge for a finals position. However, on Saturday against a lacklustre Box Hill North outfit, the Magpies demonstrated why they can be so highly regarded. The Magpies handed out the Demons an 80 point drubbing in a performance that reeked of a team who are sick and tired of underperforming. Bill Irving inflicted the most damage for the Pies with a best on ground five-goal performance. For the TODAY SELECTIONS IN BOLD Eley Park Sharks v South Mornington Manningham Cobras v West Brunswick Chadstone v Point Cook North Brunswick v Mt Lilydale Box Hill North v Swinburne University

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losers, Luke Vandenakker was their only shining light on a disappointing day for the red and blue. Similarly to West Brunswick, Mt Lilydale has been one of the biggest disappointments of 2012. They appeared every chance of going straight back up to Division Three in the pre season but nothing has gone right for the Rams this year. Injuries to critical big men haven’t helped their cause but that’s where the excuses end. On Saturday, premiership aspirant Eley Park was made to fight all the way for the four Points against a spirited Rams side. The four goal victory doesn’t tell the full story as the game was in the balance deep in to the final term.

DIVISION FOUR

LAST ROUND

West Brunswick 5.3 8.9 13.15 17.19 (121) Box Hill North 2.1 3.3 4.3 6.5 (41) GOALS West Brunswick: B. Irving 5 M. Holmes 3 J. Melican 2 A. Campbell 2 P. Healey 1 C. Germon 1 M. Handscombe 1 W. Vagg 1 L. Martin 1 Box Hill North: M. Causer 3 C. Liston 1 C. Langley 1 D. Penny 1 BEST West Brunswick: B. Irving W. Gubbins D. Garner A. Campbell J. Beer W. Vagg Box Hill North: L. Vandenakker D. Penny P. Currie C. Liston M. Causer T. Ryan Manningham Cobras 2.4 6.7 9.7 10.10 (70) Chadstone 2.3 2.6 2.6 5.8 (38) GOALS Manningham Cobras: S. McPherson 6 C. Terpsinis 1 C. Jolly 1 J. Crotty 1 D. Trinchi 1 Chadstone: J. Natoli 1 N. Boothman 1 A. Steve 1 G. Sceney 1 K. Biggs 1 BEST Manningham Cobras: D. Mortl k D. Sullivan S. Rose T. Conn S. McPherson N. Molnar Chadstone: D. Barry-Macaulay K. Biggs G. Sceney R. Tanner S. Sceney D. Field Swinburne University 1.0 5.4 6.5 11.8 (74) North Brunswick 3.5 5.7 7.12 7.14 (56) GOALS Swinburne University: M. Leahy 2 J. Manning 2 K. Fitzpatrick 2 M. Saunders 1 B. Higgins 1 A. Hyman 1 R. Lugg 1 D. Hassaballa 1 North Brunswick: P. Notaro 2 S. Ghasimzadeh 1 J. Dimarco 1 S. Gallagher 1 B. Gallagher 1 N. Box 1 BEST Swinburne University: P. Wild N. Mauran K. Fitzpatrick M. Leahy D. Hassaballa B. Higgins North Brunswick: P. Gagliano J. Ford R. Santacr e A. Cooper S. Miller S. Ghasimzadeh South Mornington 4.4 9.8 11.13 15.17 (107) Point Cook 2.6 3.8 8.8 9.11 (65) GOALS South Mornington: J. Albrecht 3 K. Gascoigne 2 J. Spencer 2 M. Heib 2 B. Price 1 N. Brodie 1 T. Rolls 1 M. Clark 1 L. Fitzsimmons 1 W. Spencer 1 Point Cook: M. Pozzuto 3 D. Sidwell 2 P. Auciello 2 A. Maclean 1 J. Lampi 1 BEST South Mornington: N. Brodie M. Clark B. Price K. Woodruff G. Pullen J. Dade-Bell Point Cook: M. Pozzuto K. Kavanagh T. Hyde G. Noye P. Hegarty M. R co Eley Park Sharks 6.2 11.5 11.12 15.17 (107) Mt Lilydale 4.0 7.4 8.8 12.11 (83) GOALS Eley Park Sharks: not provided Mt Lilydale: T. Wall 3 M. Fernando 2 J. Pulkka 2 R. Black 1 K. Bast 1 S. Roberts 1 H. Moyes 1 S. Molloy 1 BEST Eley Park Sharks: not provided Mt Lilydale: R. Strong H. Moyes T. Wall J. Daley M. Taylor

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Today: North Brunswick hosts the improved Rams and will be keen to make amends for letting slip last weeks game against Swinburne Uni. The Razorbacks will be looking to regain some strong form and should do so out at Box Hill North. The improving Chadstone Synners will take on finals bound Point Cook in a game that could get quite ugly for the home side. Manningham face West Brunswick back at home in a must win game for both sides as the attempt to keep alight their finals aspirations. In the game of the round, Eley Park hosts the rampaging South Mornington juggernaut.

DIVISION FOUR RESERVE ELEY PARK SHARKS v. MT LILYDALE Eley Park Sharks won by forfeit. West Brunswick

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12.18

17.22 (124)

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2.3 (15)

GOALS West Brunswick: S. O’Neill 8 J. Forbes 2 L. Ritchie 2 J. Ong 1 B. Collis 1 S. Devers 1 A. McKenzie 1 H. Baird 1 Box Hill North: G. Weston 1 A. Rodrigues 1 BEST West Brunswick: A. Governi J. Hopkins J. Forbes J. ONG S. O’Neill J. Jenkins Box Hill North: X. Ellis B. Berechree A. Rodrigues J. Irish G. Weston A. Walker Manningham Cobras

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4.5

5.6

7.14 (56)

Chadstone

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2.11 (23)

GOALS Manningham Cobras: A. Hunter 2 T. Young 2 T. Fradkin 1 A. Oscini 1 M. Quattr chi 1 Chadstone: G. Caffieri 2 BEST Manningham Cobras: M. Quattr chi A. McDill N. Sterling T. Young D. Taylor C. Williams Chadstone: B. Stewart R. Allan B. Bayliss M. Johns B. Adams K. Rimmer North Brunswick

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6.4

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13.9 (87)

Swinburne University

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10.6 (66)

GOALS North Brunswick: A. Kyriazis 4 T. Leary 3 L. Spano 2 J. Dimarco 1 B. Pryor 1 D. Lo Presti 1 S. Fagliarone 1 Swinburne University: M. Bonomi 5 J. Carroll 2 T. Kennedy 1 E. Jones 1 C. Gangelhoff 1 BEST North Brunswick: D. Allan L. Spano P. Capaldo T. Geary J. Dimarco H. Wilson Swinburne University: J. Carroll E. Jones S. Kilpatrick M. Bonomi C. Gangelhoff J. Jones South Mornington

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2.1 (13)

GOALS South Mornington: J. Dowsett 9 P. Johns 3 S. Duffield 3 D. Woodruff 2 L. Wade 2 R. Matthews 1 T. Noonan 1 J. Ivice 1 Z. Pearton 1 R. McConville-Brain 1 Point Cook: A. Paris 1 C. Haynes 1 BEST South Mornington: J. Dowsett J. Dickson R. McConville-Brain L. Wade D. Woodruff P. Johns Point Cook: R. Barker J. Sutherland M. Ealdama A. Paris M. Scalzo C. Haynes

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NEXT WEEK’S GAMES PREMIER De La Salle v Caulfield Gramm Old Trinity v Collegians St Bedes/Mentone Tigers v Old Scotch University Blues v St Bernards Old Carey v Old Xaverians PREMIER B AJAX v Oakleigh Beaumaris v Old Ivanhoe Old Melburnians v University Blacks St Kevins v Old Brighton Werribee Districts v Old Haileybury

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PREMIER C Banyule v Old Camberwell Hampton Rovers v Mazenod Marcellin v Fitzroy Parkdale Vultures v Monash Blues Rupertswood v PEGS

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DIVISION ONE MHSOB v St Johns North Old Boys/St Pats v Whitefriars Old Geelong v Williamstown CYMS Old Mentonians v Glen Eira Ormond v Peninsula

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DIVISION TWO Eltham Collegians v Old Paradians Emmaus St Leos v Bulleen Templestowe La Trobe University v Therry Penola Prahran Assumption v Monash Gryphons South Melb Districts v St Mary’s Salesian

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DIVISION THREE Aquinas v Elsternwick UHS-VU v Yarra Valley Old Westbourne v Hawthorn Albert Park v Ivanhoe Kew v Richmond Central St Francis Xavier v Power House

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DIVISION FOUR Point Cook v Eley Park Sharks West Brunswick v North Brunswick Mt Lilydale v Box Hill North Swinburne University v Chadstone South Mornington v Manningham Cobras UNDER 19 Premier Fitzroy v De La Salle Old Scotch v Beaumaris Old Xaverians v Old Melburnians St Bernards v University Blacks University Blues v St Bedes/Mentone Tigers UNDER 19 Section 2 Caulfield Grammarians v Old Haileybury Marcellin v Old Carey Old Trinity v Werribee Districts St Kevins v Old Brighton

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UNDER 19 Section 3 Collegians v Mazenod Old Camberwell v Northern Blues PEGS v Old Xaverians St Bernards v Ormond

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UNDER 19 South Hampton Rovers v Monash Blues 9:20 Parkdale Vultures v St Bedes / Mentone Tigers 9:20 Peninsula v De La Salle 14:00 St Mary’s Salesian v Beaumaris 14:00 UNDER 19 North MHSOB v La Trobe University Old Geelong v Therry Penola Williamstown CYMS v Ivanhoe UNDER 18 St Mary’s Salesian v Rupertswood UHS-VU / Flemington v Werribee Districts Williamstown CYMS v St Bernards Oakleigh Bye PREMIER THIRDS Old Trinity v Collegians Caulfield Grammarians v De La Salle University Blues v St Bernards Old Xaverians v Old Carey Old Scotch Bye PREMIER B THIRDS AJAX v University Blacks Old Brighton v Northern Blues Old Xaverians v St Kevins Old Melburnians Bye PREMIER C THIRDS Banyule v Fitzroy Mazenod v Old Camberwell Old Mentonians v Marcellin St Kevins v Whitefriars CLUB XVIII (1) Therry Penola v Williamstown CYMS De La Salle v Old Melburnians Fitzroy v NOBS/ St Pats Ivanhoe v St Bernards Monash Blues v Prahran Assumption Old Ivanhoe v Old Xaverians CLUB XVIII (2) Eley Park Sharks v UHS-VU Kew v Old Paradians Richmond Cardinals v Bulleen Templestowe Richmond Snakes v Old Geelong Therry Penola v Hawthorn

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

Coach: Fergus Watts Assistants: Ian Predergast/ David Chippendall/Chris Reid Reserves: Chris Baumgartner

Jono Dixon Tom Bull Charlie Holst Nick Ries (C) Andrew Scott Jack Bull (VC) Shura Taft Daniel Strachan Michael Dyer James Jorgensen Nicholas Sautner Simon Hall Lloyd Whitby Barclay Dixon Jay Austerberry Cameron Lee Courtney Hylton Trent Zimbachs (VC) Stuart Inglis Sam Troon James Harvey Ollie Howard Marty Williams Wil Tardif Ben Mason James Kondarovskis Jesse Band Conrick Corey Cassidy Tom Penberthy Alexander Croft Josh Kamener Nick Roach Chris Blumfield Lachlan Ferguson Harry Croft Anthony Carydias Ben Holst Scott Carey Will Johnson Chris Jesaueluk Luke Casey Dominic Russo

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Jack Parsons Ed Malone (RC) Andrew Howison Andrew Stone Julian Hampton Norbert Williams Sam Doupe-Watt Drew Maddock Jayden Head 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 Justin Clark Hugh McKenzie

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Paul Butko Charles Shaw Marshall Rippon Jeremy Mugavin Jon Nash Henry Weddell Andrew Lowcock Peter Summers Hugh Vickers-Willis Matthew Torney (C) Tom Girdwood Tom Fairbairn Ben McConnell (VC) Richard Langham Michael Monteith Al Austin Jack Watts (VC) Max Leishman Benjamin Millard Thomas Calvert Will Cuningham Angus Nice Ian Prendergast Hayden McDonald Albert Weddell Craig Frinsdorf Shaun Bryce Riley McMahon Dominic Nixon Josh Caldow David Withers Jack Townley Jon Vickers-Willis Daniel Carmody Dirk Heinz Henry Hanlon Thomas Ruggles Bennett Merriman John Wood Damien Barton Hamish Rankin Jeremy McDonald Jack Maxwell Daniel Zambon Tom Maddocks Sam Driscoll Shamus Curran Llewyn Butler Mitchell Pickering

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Ed Long Jamie Mugavin Andy Christensen Brant Laidlaw Andrew Walsh Bill Girdwood Daniel Gumley Nick Hardie-Grant Nick McRae Liam Quin Peter Marshall David Marshall Nick Keating Ben Joengbloed Sam Dalton Lachie Michell David Krones Jackson Hood James McArthur Patrick Hayes Andrew Prendergast Frank Mooney Jared Edwards Jono Hibbert Daniel Condon Rory Kennedy Aaron Harris Will Robinson

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PREMIER CAULFIELD GRAMM

OLD SCOTCH

Coach: Steven Lawrence Assistants: Greg Meredith/Ben Gross Reserves: James Lawson

Coach: Dean Anderson/Stuart Powell Assistants: Steve Crisp/Josh Kitchen/ Christian Neeson/Kemble Edelsten/Ian Leith Reserves: Paul O’Brien Thirds: Scott Witham Assistants: Lachie Cooper

1 Tom O’sullivan 2 Ben Price 3 Max Slonim 4 James Shanahan 4R Aiden Clarke (RVC) 5 Jordan Stewart 6 Chris Hammond 7 Tim Nixon 8 Stefan Garrubba 9 Ben Carboni (VC) 10 Andrew Strain (RC) 11 Sean Meredith 12 Justin Perkins (VC) 13 Sam Wood 14 Chris May 15 Andrew Docker 16 Gavin Winter 17 Declan Reilly 18 Matt Kremmer 19 Luke Price 20 Darcy Daly 21 Dean Scheetz 22 Zac Parsons 23 Chris Fagan 24 Chris Game 25 Brett Sinclair (VC) 26 Simon Widjaja (C) 27 Louis O’keefe 28 Gavin Colosimo 29 Dominic O’keefe 30 Clay Williams 31 Will Osborn 32 Daniel Pelchen 33 Ben Hyland 34 Mark Nelson 35 Scott Dickson 35R Andrew Spittal 36 Eddy Kalaja (RVC) 37 Francis Mcardle 38 Luke Spinks 39 Steve Howard 40 Lloyd Everett

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Mark Liddell Justin Kremmer Woody Eke Jareth Quayle Dave Allanson Tom Small Nick Karoly Ryan Lewis Luke Matias Dylan Tobias Jack Mclean Tim Yelland Ben Mcloughlin Matthew Linklater Matthew Hacket James Cleeve Nathan Nuzum Ben Walker Matthew Wood Jaron Helman Tyson Bradshaw Peter Mayes Chris Axais Simon Tamblyn William Berry

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Sam Thompson (VC) Ash Lim Gus Gray Lachie Cohen Matt Tyler Hamish Dick George Dick Lachie Hill Scott Sherwen (DVC) Mark Passador (VC) Nick Allen James Bowden (DVC) Adam Houlihan Matthew Peric Shane Neaves Sam White Caillin O’Shannessy Tom Harkness Tim Green Al Pike Hugo Perry Max van den Broek Jack Davis Max Davis Nich Hildebrandt Robbie Ferraro Angus Tummel Chris Watts (U19) Scott Bradley Lachie Armstrong Richard Eva (C) Henry Dick Sam Barnett Will Strange Nick Clay Sean Leith Jason Sherriff Simon Barnett Angus Harlock Richard Wilkinson Tom McKinley Byron Smith Tim Keck (RC) Tim Mursell Nich Lawrence Gene van den Broek (U19) Fraser Macfarlane Sam Muggleton Alex O’Shannessy

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John Daggian (3CC) James Long Jayden Charlton Nich Cox Tim Mead Luke Schumann Jack Furey Andrew Mitchell Travis Ronaldson Tim Ranson Michael Chitham Matt Elliott Tristan Bowman Fergus Mckenzie Jayson Speck Sam Stott Will Davis Alex van Ryn Chris Clay Leo Tang Tom Auty Rob Njoku Alex Williamson Lachie McDonough Brodie Leahy Matt Burns Nic Poliakow Hamish Taylor (3CC) Mitch Bradley Tim Melville Will Ponsford Will Darling Will Mackintosh Dion Kaliviotis Ed Barbour James Halbert Nick Jamieson Daniel Parisi Mitchell Scott Dylan Mercer Matthew Seed Blood Jumper Maurice Clayton Blood Jumper Tom Hays Mat Bate Tim Briggs Charlie Houghton

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ST BEDES/MENTONE TIGERS

Coach: Andrew Gowers Assistants: Nick Holland/David Landrigan/ Travis Ruyg Reserves: Matt O’Hanlon Assistants: Peter Skidmore/ Andy “Shanks” Ryan

Coach: Mick Dwyer Assistants: Jamie Shanahan/ Greg Siwes Reserves: Brad Berry

Jake Williams Chris Santalucia Andrew Pasceri James Mcdonnell Dan Rush Ben Kennedy Michael Darvell (VC) Andy Biddlecombe (VC) Damien Lynch Andy Ryan Luke Howard Brendan Goss Josh Agius (VC) Josh Douglas Matt Skidmore Brad Rogerson Chris Larkins John Shaw Tim Dynon James Scanlan Tom Carey Cameron Hunter Lachlan Smith Cameron Purss Pat Ambrose Nick Wynne Damien Ryan Jeremy Mcdonnell Matt Handley Murphy Ambrose Matt Ball (C) Oliver Gidley James Ulbrick Ryan Colbert Ed Lachal David Sapuppo Nick Dimattina Louis Denton Michael Hannan Sam Lees Esmond Prowse Louis Tiernan

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Nick Pepperell Matt Walsh Jack Bergin Dan Iacuone Tim Agius Mitch Garvey Jonathan Pintal Fraser Paterson Dan Harangozo Tristan Parker Jon Mercuri (VC) Dan Barry Nick Biddlecombe Matt Douglas Matt Jenkinson Jack Curtis Dom Walker Dan Meehan Julian Darrer Matthew Romanin Karl Kaldawi Nick Nunan Jeremy Preece

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Paul Wintle Luke Wintle Michael Curcio Patrick Kean Dan Garside (VC) Tom Garside Anthony Scafidi Brendan Dillon Chris Richards Michael Wintle Simon Richards (C) Luke Hulse Pat Tyquin Gavin Brown Hiwab Shakaib Shaun Glennen Alex Kane James Murnane Todd Bastion Michael Barnhoorn Carey Neville Daniel Sceney Jack Hellier Dean Porter (DVC) Dan Lynch Cameron Hansen Daniel Foot-Connolly Darcy Holden Michael Mcgettigan Tony Demacedo Blake Mcgrath David Teasdale George Rowlands Jaryd Robertson Michael Seeber Sam Amon Mark Geshke Jamie Marks Hayden Jeans Chris Roggero Josh Herron Scott Hobson

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Andrew Fyans Steven Kidd Sam Nicholls Jordan Lynch Nick Seeber Nick Munday Ben Hodges Daniel Gilmour John Poutanas Nick Kane Ned Fallon Luke Porter (RC) James Morrison Luke Barnhoorn Damien Waters Joseph Wilson Luke Terrell James Mcdevitt Lawrence Webb Lewis Stutterd Matthew Pitt Anton Vandenblink

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PREMIER ST BERNARDS

OLD CAREY

Coach: Chris Tankard Assistants: Nick Smith/Simon Atkins Reserves: Damien Sullivan

Coach: Trevor Rowe Assistants: Richard Oppy/ Travis Derricott/Chris Casey/ Jon Remmington/Stuart Kofeod

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OLD TRINITY

DE LA SALLE

Coach: Adam Andrews Assistant: Gerard Sholly/Leigh McQuillen

Coach: Greg McLoughlin Assistants: John McDonough/ Damon Paull Reserves: Dom McInerney Thirds: Liam O’Donnell

Dayne CoulsenHoffacker Kristian Butler Brent Walsh Dan Chamberlain Brendan Iezzi Tim Walsh Andrew Hore-Lacy Jack Osborne Kris Spassopoulos Luke Pacconi Jack Gale Angus Greene David Constantinou Mason Cole Edward Weatherson Nick Howell Robert Humann Tim Howell Brett Barratt Andrew Ramsden Gabriel Hamilton Andrew Kyriacopoulos Matthew Brown Daniel A’Hearne Nicholas Chamberlaine Max Burgess Callum Pohl Brett Robertson James Petdro Nicholas Bourke Ben Howell Jakob Steinhart Alexander Hasiotis Peter Mescher Fergus Stewart Andrew Kinross William Oldfield Jack Hunt Ned Hunt

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Nick Roberts Jacob Williams Matthew Moore Nathan Roberts Michael Duggan Tyson Hunt Tom Humphrey Peter Harrison (RC) Tom Mcmahon Jarrod Moloney David Lowe (C) Mark Todd Matthew Hine Jacob Gotch Joshua Harris Damien Hale Sam Pickett Sam Williams Ben Humphrey Brett Eddy Rishton Mcardle Aaron Shields Daniel Close Aaron Kneebone Sebastian Gotch Ryan Sherman John Griffiths Lachlan Bull Matthew Fieldsend James Crowe Sam Haslem Leigh Harrison Joel Phillips Daniel Griffin Nick Stewart Jack Vickers Ben Pratt Luke Semmel Justin Baxter James Hansen Sam Brooks Lachlan O’connell Ben Oakley Edward Clinch Brendan Close Jordan Pollard

Luke Williams Tim Kovess Bradford Wilson Luke Jarvis Hugh Nicholson Eddie Espinosa Ryan Harris Jason Terrell Michael De Luca Tom Moloney Kieran Grant Michael Nankervis Brad Hughes Anthony Palmer Tyson Parker Steven Hogan Jack Jarvis Simon Lowe Chris Kelliher Pat Monaghan Declan Freeman Luis Godhino Nick Fyfield Anth Hale Steven Wall Alexander Roberts Beau Hill Sam Morwood Jackson Mckay Joe Ramsden Matthew Briglia Nick Hyland Nicholas Hogan Thomas Naughtin Matthew Naughtin Sam O’donnell Simon Moloney Matt Rodgers Will Kent Robert Gamble Alex Zaia Adam Kurzel Cameron Watts Simon Murphy Stephen Brown Sam Bennetts

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BEAUMARIS

ST KEVINS

Coach: Jason Mifsud Assistants: Craig Tonkin/Josh Bourke Reserves: Marcus Goonan

Coach: Daniel Harford Assistants: Luke Mahoney/ Grant Hudson/Matt Scully Reserves: Kornel Dachs Assistant: Jim Jeffers

Matthew Duggan Rob Cathcart Matthew Petering Sean Coote Tom Abbott Chris Langdon Tom Dean Josh Ward Doug Pritchard Nick Loucaides Scott Braithwaite Scott Gower Will Murton Tim Collins Alex Bennett Sam McBain Anthony Carroll Will Edmonds Mick Atkins Callan Buckley Jackson Leigh Lachlan Boyd Adam Catlin Tom Gandy Michael DeFontenay Brayden Haynes Mick Millar Jordan Thompson Tom Nash Will Mattingley Tom Buckley James Lapa Joel DiNatale Matthew Stevens Michael Globan Sean McNicholas Scott Kendall Lachlan Quirk Jack Richter Michael Wilson Luke McNicholas James Bull

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Marcus Lee James Bliesner Mark Bramwell Nick Dickinson Pete Richter Greg Roberts Luke Sketchley Travis Kelly Jarrad Evans Luke Slater Matthew Kurta Tyson Rayner Oliver Webber Sean Brennan Matt Hutcheon Chris Badman Joel Billing Tim Pritchard James LeBreton Michael Salisbury Germaine Ivanka Mitchell Bourne Simon Lee Matthew Prosser Jack Coleman

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Matthew Murphy Daniel Campbell Ben Dowd (C) Keith Brick Patrick Dowd Daniel Mahoney Ring Charlie Josh Gabelich Julian Staffieri Karl Wissell Elliot Waldron Nick McArdle Taylor Jones James Grinter Julian Charles Rick Ladson Patrick Aughton Michael Shanahan Glen Chivers Tom Steains Joshua Taylor Phil Edgar Tom Simpson Tom Marchesani Joe Frazer Sam Bishop (VC) Steve Landers Edward Ring Dom Gibbs Tom Cunningham Anthony Lynch (C) Nathan Hobson Matthew Lucas Anthony White Paedar Handley Matthew Lattanzio Matthew Shannon Jack Mullen John Liston Matthew Daniel Tom McPherson Peter Murray Ricky Caldow Henry Parkes Sam Conlan James Mustey John Griffiths

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Hamish McPherson James Betlehem Gerrard Holland Phil Longmore Reece Arnott Jack Murphy-Cruise Tom Crooks Pat Murphy Luke McDonnell Pat Keely Brendan Cooke Liam Dunne Michael Kneebone Simon O’Connor Tim O’Rourke Paul Di Natale James Marchesani Tim Fitzgerald Michael Landers Samuel Carne Nick Marchesani Will Hartley Ben Marchesani Jesse Browne Tim Woolfe Sean Reid Tim Fitzgerald Charles Randles James Syme Sam Browne Ashley Collins Mitch Hayward Jarrod Nash Daniel Barrett Jarrod O’Keefe Jack Jolly Luke Davrain Tim O’Rourke Tim Sharpe James Leggett Tom Uglow Rory Ellis James Douglas Mitch Austin David Geltch Ray Short Tim Bowden

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OAKLEIGH

OLD IVANHOE

Coach: Martin Stillman Assistants: Jon Rutter/Trevor Bromley/ Ash Lever Reserves: Ali Khodr El-Ali

Coach: Craig Hunter Assistants: Renato Dintinosante/ Brad Thompson Reserves: Darren Toll Assistant: Stephen King

Steven Scott Michael Harold (C) Dermot Cleary (VC) Stuart Hobijin-Allen Kieran Hogan Jess Pickett Christopher Lamb Aisea Valentini Gary Bennett Paul Tsoucalas Stephen Doherty Ben Hogan Joshua Revere Patrick Disiervi Patrick Ioannidis Steven Buchanan Tim Doherty James Chapple James Hunt Josh Ashman Jake Pappon Zein Daoud Jack Hind Tommy Golik Gabby Irons Steven Ott Lee Barrand Baden Wass Robert Holden Peter Holden Trevor Bromley Christopher Meyers Leigh Head Mike Paxman Gerard Roney Austin Deneys Thomas Costigan Tim Goldsmith Aaron Binns Aaron Shaw Simon Way Chris Lavery

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Phil Falvo Tim Scott Dylan Ruddy Zac Thiessens Mathew White Gonzalo Valenzuela Nicholas Seel Daniel Mercuri Jack Van de Ven Matt Bertucci Christopher Mercuri Callum Buchanan Sean Earl Thomas Mottram Mitch James Jason Olson Matthew Wass Chris Telley Anthony Ashworth Michael Margetis Patrick Sham-Yuen Paul Raso Luke Morin Dani Boutros James Cleary James Fitzgerald Adrian Gigliotti Will Manning Adam Matthiesson Andrew Murray Jacob Sassos Shams Osmani Zac Mousoulis Jaryd Wines Stuart Wines Dion Perry

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Rhy Gieschen Luke Lochran Nick Gieschen Sam Geilings Evan Spargo Stuart Low Jarrod Gieschen (C) Simon Paton Chris Sutherland (VC) Lachlan Phillips Nick Butler Chris Branigan James Binney Owen Weatherly Edward Greer Trevor Cotsworth Zac Keane (VC) Micheal Mitris Daniel Steele Koby Trajanovski Jake Trajanovski Bernard Mcdowell James Moio Iza Dawkins Richard Butler Evan Byrne Chris Georgiou Hayden Heta (C) Dale Hawkes Andrew Paine Andrew Tieman Alex Dioretes James Weston Stephen Ward Ricky Jessop Michael Casterta Phil Dinakis Adam Baldwin (VC) James Faulkner Arthur Solomidis Michael Bacskos Josh Uljans Tyson Harrison Saul Smith

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Sam Brennan Alf Bernardi Nick Clark Sel Cetin Gareth Fowler James Birch Mitchell Bodycoat Tim Mcdowell Simon Leon Ryan Coleman Ross Stamford Brad Thompson Chris Toohey Alex Bolzan Luke Bolzan Ashley Steer David Madigan Jack Miriklis Michael Golden Chris Roger Adam Veli David Veli Tony Pantano Christian Gianfagna Alex Caserta Chris Bacskos Todd Morris Joshua Yi Andrew Jones Daniel Imbesi Andrew Sheehan Tim Gleeson Chris Harder Michael Delmonte Blair Mantesso Adam Karim Lachlan Page-Wood Anthony Stena Matt Mcmahon Jordan Stanton Chris Guy Shaun Stewart Tom Eaton

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OLD BRIGHTON

AJAX

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

Coach: Bernie Sheehy Assistants: Mark Segal/Adrian Morrisey Reserves: Darren Seidl Assistant: Gary Blusztein Thirds: Barry Simon

Ben Skinner Jack Cannon James North Josh Homann Andrew Edge Jimmy Davis Michael Dewar Jon Priestley Andrew Dewar Jon Edge Blair Mason Matthew McEvoy Nick Coroneous Thomas Clarke Ben Gadsden Brock Rawlinson Matt Browning Jordan Portelli Tom Mentiplay Jack Beaton Tim Fogarty Niall Collins Ben Jarick Jon Perrett Riley Cummin Ben Austen Andrew Sinclair John Nockles Josh Dickerson Tom Skewes Nick GrahamBowman David Jennings Jack Davis Tom Mariani Jordan Pascoe Scott Cramey Harry Cannon Chris Mizzi Tom Gunning Stuart McLeod-Smith Marcel Bruin

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Leigh Hendra David Fallon Daniel Anthony Lachie Anthony Tim Cooney Will Priestley Andrew Ogilvie Daniel Sargent Nick Paterson Zac Allcott James Salem Will Bardoel Callum Nicholls Pat Kelly Stuart Hooy Brendan Blatt Kieran Rawlinson Sam Roney Alistair Taylor Scott Eastgate

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Ronen Heine Jason Israelsohn Daniel Freed Sam Bruce Jason Ritterman David Fayman Marcus Jankie Geoff Measey Gary Blieden Jason Seidl Warren Steinberg Adam Caplan Jesse Kochen Jarrod White Rubin Winograd Nick Marks Josh Ludski Jesse Feldy Ash Kalb Brad Caplan Noah Rischin Luke Peters Ari Lewski Josh Sacks Jake Lew Jason Tendler Josh Givoni Dean Steinberg Adam Trytell Josh Gottlieb Joel Nevezie Jesse Osowicki Matt Kaye Richie Simon Cory Jankie Jarryd Ludski Stuart Fayman Luke Jankie Tim Freed Joel Gocs Nadav Harel David Wloszczowski

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Jason Kaye Daniel Roth Michael Shafar Josh Rawicki Michael Shmerling Michael Thurin Josh Dorevitch Alex Wollan Jason Samuel Eyal Lang Guy Silbert Ricky Cahn Nick Shulman Ben Rockman Ryan White David Burns Raph Schlesinger Ari Burman JJ Sacks Jeremy Rotberg Damien Schwarz Joel Benjamin Ash Cooper Ari Wytwornik Leigh Goldman Ben Michowski Mark Shnider Johnathon Shafar Ryan Fisher Jordan Tonkin Brennan Lukav Chaim Wellis-Stosser Alan Silver Evgeni Routman Joel Grossman Josh Lancman

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OLD HAILEYBURY

OLD MELBURNIANS

Coach: Darren Seccull Assistants: Stewart Loewe/ Matthew Brewer/David Mackenzie Reserves: Craig Brockley

Coach: Nathan Brown Assistants: Daniel Hughes/Peter Nunn Reserves: Chris Jenkins Thirds: John Guest

Jarrod Rafferty Travis Ridgway Hamish McLauchlan (C) Samuel LangfordJones 5 Tobias Gill 6 John Nicolopoulos 6 Samuel Casey 7R Tom Tyrell 7 Al Johnston 8 Nick Gooda 9 Peter Gleadhill (C) 9R Michael Lambert 10 Jim Pitcher 11 Ash King 12 Matt Lillie 13 Tim Lockwood 14 Josh Slade 15 David MacKenzie 16 David Comben (VC) 17 Scott Fitzgerald 18 Nick Harrison 18R Will Rule 20 Ryhs McMurray 21 Dan Harrison 22 Adam Schofi eld 23 Chris Ferguson 24 Lachie Nash 25 Scott Ellis 26 David McCormick 27 Drew Gilby 28 Spencer Roberts 29 Brede Seccull 30 Benjamin White 31 Adam Weekes 32 Ed Limon 33 Jon Spanos 34 Corey Millard 36 Mark Weekes 37 William McTaggert 38 Anthony Wright 40 Travis Wyeth

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Alistair Braithwaite Lachie Wyeth Jason Kurta Jarrod McLauchlan Daniel Newby Julian Bayard Michael Stowe Trent Coles Luke Pitcher (RC) Paul Silberer Jarryn Fisher Mark Seccull Rorey James Adam Vitolins Benjamin LangfordJones Richard Mathers Andrew Kight Mitch George Hamish McWilliam Will Eagle Damian Gauci Mark Quiambao Chris Hill Matthew S. Wray

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Aaron Gregory (R) James Beaumont Mitch Downey (R) Thomas Paule Thomas Healey Cameron Beck Christopher Righetti Christopher Baillieu (R) Edward Hughes Benjamin Hayes Peter Kennon Rupert Doyle Harry Macciolli Thomas Bachet William Hatfield Christopher Hood Benjamin Baines (R) John Cooper Tony Dickinson (R) Harry Jupp Timothy Oman Timothy McLardy Nicholas Voyage Charles CumbraeStewart Sam Gibbons Campbell May Benjamin McKie Jay Coverdale (R) Stuart Watson Christopher Wischer Harry Allen (R) Nicholas DeSteiger Nicholas Amato Alexander Crosby (R) Cameron Tunbridge (R) James Siebert Stuart Taylor Jeremy Beaumont Lachlan Bennett Jack Macciolli Morgan Cottee (R)

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Luke Batten Will Fuller Edward Lloyd Paul Kruger Matthew Marangon Adam Marangon Lachlan Cameron Alistair Ferguson Angus Lapin Christopher Jenkins Nicholas Russell Guy Brayshaw Edward DeFegely Konrad Spies (R) Martins McCoy Hugo Dean Tim Spargo Lewis Haralambous Alexander Armstrong David Wright Edward Mandie Christopher Stubbe Thomas Hywood Samuel Quennell William Johnson Richard Armit Will Thompson Nicholas Yencken Jordan Hooper Yoxford Rous Natthanial Nixon Andrew Cameron Lucas Hopkins Charles Wilmoth Hugh Tomilson Callum Williamson Luther Ellis

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PREMIER B University Blacks

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UNIVERSITY BLACKS

WERRIBEE DISTRICTS

Coach: Matthew Kempton Assistants: Luke van Kempen/ Xavier Maloney/Andrew Thompson Reserves: Luke O’Connell

Coach: Kirk Norton Reserves: Shane Doyle

Adam Cook Harry Lahy Scott Myers Andrew Willingham Huw Lacey Jake Matthews Jandre Slabbert Scott Hissey Scott Weekley Bede Mahon Bart Mill Dan Hunt Angus Drysdale Simon Thomas Shane Macnamara Cameron Roberts Tom Purcell Josh Gaylor Matthew Dornauf Andrew Torney Thomas Woods Tom Howgate Daniel Costello (C) Hugh Symon James Clarke David Batten Nick Batten Justin Crameri Levi Kalms Andrew Jesse Clive O’Sullivan Steven Flight Jordan Foster Andrew Else John Delahunty Jake Gardiner Lachlan Crameri Tom Napier Adam Pitt Nick Holt Simon Yule Charlie Richardson

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Ross Tomkins Hamish Guthrie Mitch Aitken Mark Macgugan Tom Brennan Peter O’Rourke Ben Farrow Jack Heeley Simon Lewis James Bismire Jack Lahy Cameron Turner Jonathon Gibson Joshua Steadman Peter Lynch Andrew Felemonow Nicholas Manning Charles McIntyre Alex Hayward Stephen Judson Rory Brennan Chris Weitzel Joshua Convery Owen Scrivener Glenn Coyle Alvaro Rosas Will Davidson Paul Connor Christian Udovich Geoff Pullen Jarrod Bingham

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Andrew Cunningham Jameel Sargent Christopher Molivas Stefan Callea Aaron Taylor Andrew Panayi Troy Anderson (C) Matthew Palmington Jim Ayling Joshua Huxtable James Norton Alexander Taylor Adam Salamone Mark Smith Jonathon De Pellegrin Mitchell Chadwick Andrew Tedesco Shaun McCutcheon Adam Morrow (C) Brent Morrow Lee Johnston Bol Kolang Adam Alifraco Conor Purton Joshua Bellegante Mikael Purton Dale Carlton Wayne Pelar Sean Dean Brett Armstrong Lachlan Patterson Matthew Palmer Ryan Harrington Matthew Dean Lachlan McDowell Andrew Taylor Patrick Keogh Lucas Menegazzo David Menegazzo Michael Freeman William Swaby Michael Sleep-Dalton

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Daniel Schebeci Rhys Stooke Timmothy Morrish Nick Morrison Stephen Simpson Alex Eade Andrew Stephenson Rhyse Yassar Clayton Pettigrew Stan Sapountzis Stephen Simpson Jamie Do Bronson Paech Lachlan Hord Mark Neilson Timothy Eccles James Callea Theodore Sapountzis Jye Borg Tate McCutcheon Hayden Daniels Justin Morris Aidan Murphy

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FITZROY

PARKDALE VULTURES

Coach: Michael Pickering Assistants: Mark Murrary/ Simon Kelleher/Brett Pollard Reserves: Bruce Edwards

Coach: Sam Radford Assistants: Mitch Grant/Josh Radford Reserves: Kris Little

Rory Angiolella (C) Dan Morgan Ross Borland Toby Hudson Bevege John Clark Chris Polidoras Jack Beech James Meakin Pat O’Connor Tom Cheshire Benjamin Atherton Luke Ablett Jesse Dimond Innes Macphail James O’Rielly Dan Clark Jess Cameron-Wootten Josh Vansittart Antony Harbor Harry Topp Michael Lee Mitch Mcwhinney Sam Baker Jack Parkinson Michael Cussen Jack Dalton Chris Wills James McGee Nathan Jumeau Jack Simcoe Dom Pound-Palmieri Tom Parkinson Will Johnson Cailean Moore Dimitri Kynigopoulos Will Fenton James Cowan-Clark Drew Olarenshaw Chris Wallace Matt Brown Mathew Coad Jake Fraser

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Nick Marshall Scott Cations Tom Dlabik Cheyne Evans Oliver Stoltz George Warton Max Ellis Tom Biscaro Max Allen Ryan Ewing Cameron Ball Greg Hesse Matt Kyroussis Will Pickering

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Matthew Boland Mitch Grant Robert Gallagher Liam Platt Matthew Hayes Michael Graham Daniel Price Brett Hampton Kris Little Michael Meyer Tim Kight Robert Swayn Josh O’meara Claye Tobin Adam Baker Matthew Ryan Sam L’huillier Paul Sullivan Mark Kidner Stephen Sullivan Dean Miller Shaun Chapman Rick Hayward Lucas Thomas Daniel Mccarthy Tim Boland 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 Michael Ellis Robert Layton

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Ben Hampton Andrew Thompson Mark Ferguson William Schubert Sean Denton Keegan Mccarthy Ben Darcy Robert Meade Stephen Edkins Daniel Graham Robert Heaney Craig Radford Dale Schober Tim Matthews Kieran Benton Ned Harding Jarrod Pearce Greg Meier

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HAMPTON ROVERS

RUPERTSWOOD

Coach: Russell Barnes Assistant: Tim Wilson Reserves: Michael Flahive

Coach: Dave Barry Assistant: Brendan Said Reserves: Shane Braddy/Rod Williams

Leigh Fletcher Zac Perrie Jack Massie Matthew Care Nicholas Jewell Nick Lyall Anton Duddy Jay Dillon Matthew Innes Tom Youl Lachlan Smith Ed Turner Rory Lynch Harvey Scholes Jackson Ward Stephen Tiernan Nick Henry Stephen Howe Jack Baxter Richard Atkins Sebastian Wright Adam Power Ryan Warren Ben Clarke Charles Kelso Campbell Jones Matthew Gray Nathan Foster Shem Curry Samuel Clements Michael Flahive Ben Kezilas Chris Rigney Brendan Culvenor Stephen Anderson Matthew Law Liam Woodland Jason McCoy Alexander Ross Ashley Fisher Cameron Sharp Matthew Styring

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Michael Dynon Jesse Lovig Matt Powell Jack Wilson Tristan Thormann William Brayshaw Josh McPherson Richard Taylor Lachlan Wheeler Jesse Donald Justin Ng Thomas Cougan Will Lingard Christopher Ellison Leon McCarthy Callum van den Enden Rick Jones Robert Bibby Max Greenway Kyal Mcneil Ryan Morcom Mark Short

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Matthew Said Jordan Gay Mitchell Gaunt Michael Morrice Joshua Smerdon Jordan Matthews Brent Swallow Leigh Brennan (VC) Matthew Quigley Matthew Smith Jorden Braddy Daniel Edward Todd Podolczak Ben Riley Nathan Webb Christopher Kendall Aaron Smith Lachlan Baddeley (C) David Morrice Mitchell Wilson Nick Johnson Gary Gardener Brandon Webber Brad Slater Nash Egan Nathan Webster Ben Brennan (VC) Ryan Good Tomas Stefaniw Mitchell Braddy Justin Bell Michael Tabone Matthew Heywood Joshua Shalders Joshua Wallace Paul Barry Luke Smith David Bourne Alan Mcmahon Gary Gardener Nicholas Agnello

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MONASH BLUES

BANYULE

Coach: Tim Powell Assistants: Luke Egan/Marcus Spencer/ Shane Chapman

Coach: Rick Brockwell Assistant: David Witchell Reserve: Trent Baldac Assistant: Jason Plant

Ewan Flanagan Joe Cunnington Harry Stephenson James Rosengarten Michael Davidson Paul Farrar Andrew Hickey Sam Baring Dujon Fuzzard George Smyth Tim Powell Justin Main Ben Tilley Mitchell Simpson Jordan Bell Joe Cosgriff Zac Ledin Tim Mckenzie Will Blackley Lachlan Inglis Gareth Taylor Tom Waters Sam Whatley Daniel Montoya Jack Gallagher Andrew Costley Joe Griffi ths Tom Osmond Rowan Shields Chris Godsil Aaron Williams Tim Wilson Matt Hunt Matt Mccart Daniel Brogden Earl Ree-Goodings David Young James Taylor Alex Armstrong Sam Walsh Myles Mitchell Matt Mason

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Darcy Meehan Brock Mckenzie Henry Drysdale Michael FenwickNevin Alex Carr Ben Cailes Andrew Beecroft Pat Long Lachlan Preston Adam Fyfe Nick Rhoden Scott Wood Ryan Mcivor Matt Myers Scott Robson Martin Beecroft Jared Samuels Nick Robertson Anthony Spadaro Matt Townsend Tristian Lebreton Hayden Devanny Matthew Stewart Jason Lewis Rhys Waller

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Hayden Dillon Zan Wenke Tim Cusack Nick Taylor Tom Shepherd Ash Brown Matt Eifermann RC Matthew Holmes Michael Christian C Andy Edwards Kyle Shepard Mueller Sean Driscoll Ryan Hay Jake Truefeldt Chris Taylor Shaun Mc Kenzie Jake Rice David Stokes Scott Hills Ian Stokes Dean Shepherd Stephen Tindale Lewis Melton David Gayfer Tom Mckinlay Ben Herbert Trent Cantwell Alexs Bottomley Shaun O’Callaghan Nick Biscontin Mark Smith Adam Barclay Rhett Masters Bart Walsh VC Beau Parthenides Jack Langford Jeremy Ryan Richard Young Andrew Hopgood Glenn Thompson Luke French Michael Sacchetta

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Richard Young Jackson Moloney Dean Nichols Greg Bell Josh O’Connor Tore Valvo Paul Trovato Matthew Adamczyk Matthew Osbourne Simon Tuckman Jeremy Brazzale Dean O’Callaghan Ange Russo Jonathan Knape Brad Cox

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OLD CAMBERWELL

MAZENOD

Coach: Tim Killworth Assistants: Andrew Tsindos / Fraser Cameron / Terry Ymer Reserves: Mick Bennett Assistant: Alex McKenzie

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

Simon Bennett (DVC) Damian McGuigan Steve Romanin Blake Hillier Daniel Desanctis James Kennedy Jordan Eade Josh Kennedy Tristan Beranger (VC) Andrew Rogers Warren Carlyle (C) Jordan Heffernan Rob Deev Nick Latsis Alister Lloyd Nick Tsindos (DVC) Edward Cramer Ken Darby Dominic La Fontaine Greg Tolson Harry Levey Jack Ymer Josh Kennedy Rohan Kapoor James Way Sam Killworth Phil Bennett (DVC) Jackson Eade Jack Le Cerf Tom Byrnes Matt Partington Luke Smith Alex MacKenzie Brett Fields Simon Bonyhady Daniel Toma Andrew Hudson Andrew Clarke Caine Hillier (DVC) Alex Lattuada Chris Bell Jason Hinkley

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Sam Riley Scott Needham Alex Stewart Chris Bell Daniel Schmidt Matt Dyson Steve Derry James Robinson Jason Hinkley James Buckingham Teri Miriklis Matt Berry Jack Duke Stephen Warr Ben Hart (VC) Chris Woodbridge Matt Decarne Andrew Romanin Jason Edwards

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Nicholas Lewton Mick Chamberlain Dave Hansen Tim Bourbon Jake Beard Rob Mann Francis Reed Ree Thomas Josh Cowan Ben Chamberlain Cameron Smith Paul Iacovangelo Ryan Power Ben Phibbs Ben Castledine Nick Thomas Tom Chambers Byron Bonner Sam Jones Troy Castricum Stuart Inglis Gavin Joachim Steve Oldman Ryan Kaye Jace Kelly Steve Christopher Tom Bailey Matt Lewison Arron Homes John Paul Mailetzis Ben Woods Jamie Cetraro Steve Balloch Dave Reagan Dan Mc Lean Nathan Mc Lean Tav Vallance Dale Grant Luke Broad Luke Hawkins Lochan Allen Cameron Raine

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Jesse Le Rossa Bernie Costin Dale Micallef Adam Bow Josh Di Pietro Chama Jayaweera Chris Bray Kerian Kelly James Kavanagh Pat Johnson Luke Castledine Sam Sylvester Jack Murphy Steve Mann Dan Mc Cloud Dave Maskill Anthony Bray Jake Little Anthony Cavarella James Verbyla James Hende James Chater Dale Crotty Harsimran Singh Jeff Bates James Egan Scott Castledine Jordan Schiano

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PEGS FC

MARCELLIN

Coach: Trent Cummings Assistant: Damian Zanic

Coach: Steve Macpherson

Andrew Frazer Ben Hutchesson David Forrest Daniel Ryan Cal Glassford Chris Goullet Jordan Leask James Lenhart Lain Genovesi Tim Biggs Daniel Roscoe Matthew Ferraro Ryan Jones Ryan Edwards Jarryd Rogers Huw Wilson Sean Towner Daniel Flaherty Jesse Saunders Robert Baddeley Stuart Dale Jake Barrett Trent Skurrie John Hughes Liam Flaherty Bradley Jones Daniel Cantwell Aaron Bell Michael Fahey Liam Fitzgerald David Stewart Mark Wilson Andrew Palmer Cameron Livori Dean Podger Thomas Wilson Chris Tzambazis Stefan Galbo Kain Twentyman Andrew Baddeley Jeremy Watson Nicholas Bartram

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Jordan Williams Blake Anderson Daniel Rowland Jackson Marr John Phillips Lachlan Teal Jack Clarke David Bianchi Mark Mitchell Ben Wilson Matthew Ratcliffe Dane Pound Brent Glassford James Miller Chris Armstead Dean Basar Andrew DeMarco Dohn DeMarte Roscoe DeMarte Daniel Galea George Guicas Andrew Lukat Dane Nankervis Tim Sherlock Jarryd French Ben Briggs James Taylor Dylan Anderson

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Matthew Bortolotto Jarrod Carlson (VC) Liam Mc Cormack (TVC) Nicholas Birrell Thomas Jones Simon Considine Nicholas Crosbie Matthew Gasparini Peter Augustin Stuart Kemp Luke Considine Tom Stafford Jonathan Blanch Matthew Holmes Robert Costanzo Mathew Tantsis Hall Anthony Layton Jonathan Bortolotto Simon Abrahams Luke Boyd Derrin Gartner Steven Crapper MathewBeaini David Tantsis Hall Nicholas James Timothy Montagna Daniel Fraser (RVC) Trent Carlson Daniel McMahon (DVC) Laine Rice Mathew Bridges Jacob Gasparini Tom Jordan Daniel Redmond Anthony McGlin Adrian Coburn Jake Symes SC Dallas Jarred Liam Brockhus Ashley Viney

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Timothy Blanch James Coburn Anthony Manakis John Mc Intyre Jake Mahoney Joel Crimmins Dan Isaac Nick Botham Tom Black (RVC) Adam Lincoln (RVC) Tim Money (RC) Jack Watty Ari Loucas Tom Money (TC) Dustin Cracknell Steven O’Keefe David Nicholls Daniel Bourke Liam De Neefe Aaron Comerford Mark Grigoruk Daniel Coloe Robert Kemp Ryan Michael Brady Hogan Sean Connell William Delahunty Samuel Robson Adrian Bolzonello Matt Mc Cartin Jake Capuano Adam Checcomancini Liam Money Paul Symes Sam Ayob Alexander Montalto Dom Carson Samuel Chandler

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CLUB WAREHOUSE RISING STAR 2012 BREDE SECCULL - OLD HAILEYBURIANS Brede is a strong bodied inside midfielder who tackles with great furosity. He is an extremely hard working young man who’s very good form of late is no accident because of his extremely hard working attitude. At 189cm and 88kg’s he has added some real muscle to the Bloods midfield. Having been born into the Haileybury community he has followed his Father and Uncle to the Bloods from a very young age. He was an integral member of the Sandringham Dragons 2011 TAC cup premiership and was invited to last years State Combine held at Ethiad in October. He has had a productive season thus far spending time between Collingwood VFL and the OHAFC. Brede is a popular clubman and a great asset to the Bloods on and off the field.

* to be eligible for the club Warehouse Rising Star, a player must be born no earlier than 1991 and playing his first full season of senior football.

VAFA BEIERSDORF TRAINER OF THE WEEK KARA MITCHELL & JEN HOUSTON - UHS-VU Kara Mitchell Kara came to the club in 2010 with her partner who is a playing member of UHS-VU. Kara is a 4th year osteo student at RMIT University. Her Infectious smile & attention to detail to help players get back on the park means she quickly became a favourite down at Brens oval. Jen Houston Jen started with the club in 2011 coming down with Kara to lend a hand. Also a 4th year osteo student at RMIT her happy go lucky attitude to life was a bonus to her knowledge in getting players back & keeping players on the field. Both always happy to attending a social function has helped them become not just our trainers but apart the glue that holds the club together. Kara & Jen were instrumental in helping the reserves to the 2011 premiership pull a lot more weight then a trainer normally would. Both can be seen at 8.30 before the Under 18’s & seen after the seniors finish working tirelessly & also on a Tuesday & Thursday. From everyone at UHS-VU we would be lost without you two lovely ladies. THE AMATEUR FOOTBALLER 2012

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RETRO

Geoff Reilley

12 MONTHS AGO – 2011 Old Essendon made a statement in Premier C with a key win over Rupertswood, 14.11 to 9.21 and now were only out of the top four on percentage, hot on the heels of Rupertswood. With almost 7 goals ahead at half time it was always going to be a tough ask for Rupertswood whose kicking for goal did not help their chances. Best – Ryan, Henderson, Hutchesson, Flaherty (5), Jones (3), Bell (Essendon) and Gaunt, Collins, Grech, Smerdon (3), Smith, Hetherington (Rupertswood). Bulleen Templestowe “broke their duck” when they easily accounted for Old Mentonians 20.9 to 8.13 in Division 1. The Bullants were now believing they could fight their way to eight or better and avoid the dreaded relegation but there was a lot of work to do to achieve this in the coming weeks. Best - Florance (4), Gaul (3), Edsall, Chivers, Considine, Sargent (BT) and Snow, stone, Myers-Snyders, Johnson, Duncan, Speers (OM). Charlie Holst and James Jorgenson played their 150th games for Collegians. Charlie had tried out at VFL level and then became a very welcome addition to the Collegians squad and despite some serious facial injuries along the way was a highly respected and valuable player for the Lions. James arrived at Collegians straight from school and his size and power were of great benefit to Collegians and although regularly experiencing knee tendonitis James was a key players for his club. 5 YEARS AGO – 2007 Ormond’s accuracy (11.2) allowed them to hold a good lead at half time over Whitefriars 44

(5.10) in a very important game in C Section. Important for Ormond in their quest to be a challenger for finals and for Whitefriars, to keep clear of relegation in a very even bottom half. The Friars lifted in the second half but could not make up the leeway with Ormond running out winners 16.8 to 10.12. Best – Martinov (3), Keleher, McConvill, Upstill, Woodford, L Russell (Ormond) and Woods (3), R Pawlik, Northey, Power, Adgemis, Janson (Whitefriars). Hampton Rovers were expected to win against Yarra Valley Old Boys given their respective positions on the D1 Section ladder but the YV boys took it right up to the Rovers and were only 3 points down at three quarter time. The Rovers finally found their expected form in the final term to kick away to a 12.13 to 8.7 victory and consolidated in third spot. Best – Carr, Duddy, McCarthy, Deboer, Fletcher, (HR) and Wines, Drew, Britt, Russell, R Yeo (4), S Yeo (YV). 10 YEARS AGO – 2002 In A Section, St Kevins Old Boys suffered another defeat in a horror run that had seen them slip right down the table. Old Ivanhoe came from behind at three quarter time to overrun the SKOBS 12.11 to 11.10. Best – Price, Oates, Orchard, Tieman, Lochran, Spoor (Old Ivanhoe) and Greenham, Purcell, Lucas, M Dollman, Hobart, Maguire (SKOBS). Old Melburnians retained their top spot in B Section although Old Haileyburians kept up the pressure all day. The 5-point victory (11.15 to 12.4) was a wake up call for OM’s even though their performance throughout the season had been very good. Best – Berry, Hicks (3), Theodore, JnMiller, Kinsella, Mulquiney, (OM’s) and White, Graves (3), Forsyth, McMahon, G Smith, McKenzie (OH). Terrific article in the Coaches’ Clipboard column by John Simpson, former Banyule and VAFA U19 Rep coach and the President of the THE AMATEUR FOOTBALLER 2012


Coaches Association (AFCA VAFA) at that time. The theme was “knowing when your time as coach is up” and was a very intelligent summary of what could often be a challenging period of a coaches’ life. 20 YEARS AGO – 1992 Commonwealth Bank held on to their position at the top of the C Section ladder by defeating St Kilda/South Caulfield 12.12 to 7.13 in a tough physical encounter. The Bank’s stronger start allowed them to maintain a handy lead for most of the game. Best – McDonald, Reid, T Maher, Short, A Maher, Cloke (Comm Bank) and Capiron, McGaw, Gilmour, Benke, Gleeson, La Fontaine (StK/Sth C). A very close, fluctuating game occurred in D Section between St Kevins’ Old Boys and Caulfield Grammarians. SKOBS had a terrific third quarter to take the lead but Caulfield fought back late in the game to take the points 13.9 to 12.11. Best – Cox, T Royals, G Harrison, DiCrosta, Will, Horton (Caulfield) and M Olive, Beale, J O’Brien, Bendoricchio (3), Hagarty, Watkin (SKOBS). One of Mazenod’s favourite sons, Adrian Green, became the first player for his club to reach the 250th game milestone. “Jacksy” had been part of the first team to represent Mazenod in the amateurs while still a student and was a willing worker off the field as well. 30 YEARS AGO – 1982 North Old Boys’ power in A Section was obvious as they demolished Old Scotch 23.23 to 6.8. Best – Clark, Conti, Sabato (6), Borcich, Griffen, Horan (NOBS) and Mason, McGill, P Sherwen, MacMillan, Alexander, Brown (Scotch). Good game in B Section between St Bernards and Old Brighton with the scores level at half time. Only 3 points in it at three quarter time but St Bernards were steadier in the last to win THE AMATEUR FOOTBALLER 2012

17.19 to 14.21. Best – Smith, McAllister (4), K Mahady (5), McGuire, Royal, Angel (StB) and Cochran (6), Cornwell, Tate, Warnock, Kemp (Old Brighton). 40 YEARS AGO – 1972 St Bernards (5th) lost another chance to move into the top four when they went down by 11 points to a very determined Monash Blues by 11 points. Best – Lowcock (7), De Young, Flett, Amor (Monash) and Iannazzo, King and Wade (St Bernards). Roger Wilson, a living legend at Old Brighton, recorded his 150th game. Big Roger was the popular captain/coach of the reserves and a prominent supporter for the senior team every week. 45 YEARS AGO – 1967 Graham Daff played his 250th game for Collegians and had represented Victoria on a number of occasions. Adam Shostak (AJAX), Cam McMillan (OGGS) and Graham Tozer (Old Brighton) recorded their 150th games. John Fisher (Kew) and Mick Mulcahy (Old Xaverians) were appointed Captain and Vice Captain of the Victorian Carnival side respectively. John Fisher went on to later coach Victorian and Australian amateur teams. A Section umpires for the day were Doherty, Hinton, Marks, Marshall and Murphy. 60 YEARS AGO - 1952 Well known Alphington and VAFA identity, Perc Adams, played his 100th game and in very sloppy conditions, Collegians, yet to win a game, drew with Uni Blacks in A Section, 4.4 to 3.10. 45


SHARPSHOOTERS PLAYER

CLUB

PLAYER

LR

TOTAL

Banyule Rupertswood Old Camberwell Parkdale Vultures Mazenod

3 2 3 4 0

47 42 36 34 28

2012 Premier C Reserve Daniel Fraser Caine Hillier Gianluca Romanin Jacob Beard Steven Mann

Marcellin Old Camberwell Marcellin Mazenod Mazenod

6 5 8 5 3

38 34 22 20 19

LR

TOTAL 49 34 33 29 28

2012 Premier C Adam Barclay Leigh Brennan Jack Duke Darren Rochford Rees Thomas

CLUB

2012 Premier Andrew Ramsden Damien Yze Sam Pickett George Rowlands Matthew Handley

Old Xaverians

3 3 1 2 0

2012 Premier Reserve Julian Hampton Nicolas Fyfield Christopher Larkins Sam Cutts Luke Schumann

Collegians De La Salle Old Xaverians Collegians Old Scotch

2 2 1 0 0

26 18 16 16 16

2012 Premier Thirds Brett Scott Michael Hennessy Andrew Walsh Sam Morwood Christopher Dunwill

Caulfield Gramm Old Xaverians University Blues De La Salle Collegians

4 5 3 1 0

21 18 17 16 16

2012 Premier B Henry Parkes Scott Gower Christopher Molivas Lachlan Bennett David Fayman

2012 Premier C Thirds Shelley Fulton Sam Ayoub Daniel Kerr Stefan Davis Brett Cottrell

Fitzroy Marcellin St Kevins Mazenod Old Camberwell

0 0 0 0 0

32 30 25 24 23

St Kevins Beaumaris Werribee Districts Old Melburnians AJAX

6 1 1 1 3

34 33 31 28 27

2012 Premier B Reserve James Bismire Brendan Blatt Sebastian Kemmerer William McTaggart Stuart Macleod-Smith

2012 Division 1 Shaun Payze Callum Wood Josh Vanderloo Paul Ellis Gareth Snow

Peninsula Old Geelong Williamstown CYMS Old Geelong Old Mentonians

8 7 0 0 0

44 42 30 30 27

University Blacks Old Brighton Old Melburnians Old Haileybury Old Brighton

0 5 13 5 6

25 23 22 21 20

2012 Premier B Thirds Lachlan McRedmond Thomas Crookes Daniel Anthony Nicholas Marchesani James Sest

Northern Blues St Kevins Old Brighton St Kevins Old Brighton

0 0 0 0 0

27 24 22 18 18

2012 Division 1 Reserve Jake Archdeacon William Harris Bilal Zeitoune James Coghlan Michael Nitas

Peninsula Old Geelong Old Mentonians Peninsula Whitefriars

0 7 4 6 6

34 32 31 20 20

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Old Trinity Old Carey De La Salle St Bedes/Mentone Tigers

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PLAYER

CLUB

LR

TOTAL

PLAYER

CLUB

LR

TOTAL

2012 Division 2 Adam Sleight Sabastian Ciavola Matthew Costello Samuel Autio Stuart Patten

Prahran Assump Eltham Collegians Therry Penola St Mary’s Salesian La Trobe University

1 6 4 0 3

47 47 34 33 29

2012 U19 Section 2 Matthew Mitchell Michael Tregear Lachlan Nankervis Ted Mitchell James Hollaway

Old Haileybury Old Brighton St Kevins Old Trinity Marcellin

1 7 2 3 1

47 41 34 24 23

2012 Division 2 Reserve Timothy Mawdsley Stefan Gusts David Florance Richard Hummerston Luke Giansiracusa

La Trobe University St Mary’s Salesian Bulleen Temp Monash Gryphons Prahran Assump

4 3 0 0 0

23 20 19 19 19

2012 U19 Section 3 Sam Hibbins Louis Greco Jake Powell Harry Healey James King

Collegians Mazenod Northern Blues Old Xaverians Northern Blues

10 0 2 0 1

49 36 34 33 23

2012 Division 3 Ashleigh Close Aaron Thornton Andrew Brazzale Sebastian Angus Rhys Kirk

Ivanhoe Elsternwick Kew Richmond Central UHS-VU

5 9 2 0 0

77 54 52 46 44

2012 U19 North Jai Swainger Karey Taylor Darrell Blake Thomas Williams Trent Dimitriou

Ivanhoe Old Geelong Therry Penola La Trobe University Williamstown CYMS

7 5 3 0 0

53 39 32 25 22

2012 Division 3 Reserve Benjamin Seeger Mitchell Sweeney Marc Brazzale James Sutton Jesse Seven

Yarra Valley UHS-VU Ivanhoe Albert Park Albert Park

8 5 3 1 1

61 56 35 28 25

2012 U19 South Jordan Young Robert McCarthy Lewis Emmerson Christopher Wheeler Braden Churcher

St Bedes/Mentone Tigers

De La Salle Parkdale Vultures Monash Blues Peninsula

4 0 1 0 0

43 31 31 30 28

2012 Division 4 Jesse Albrecht Scott McPherson Daniel Penny Patrick Notaro Aaron Marsh

South Mornington M’ham Cobras Box Hill North North Brunswick Point Cook

3 6 1 2 0

75 48 44 39 37

2012 - Under 18 Dane Thomas Aaron Cloke Tom Russell Zach Pearce-Thomas

Werribee Districts Oakleigh St Bernards Oakleigh

2 0 3 0

50 34 24 18

2012 Division 4 Reserve Thomas Kennedy Rhys McConville-Brain Drew Crawford Adam Farrugia Travis Houlden

Swinburne Uni South Mornington Eley Park Sharks Eley Park Sharks Eley Park Sharks

1 1 0 0 0

54 43 41 33 28

2012 Club XVIII (1) James McDonnell Hamish Christie Craig Berger Tom Kovarik Theodore Code

Old Xaverians NOBS/ St Pats Prahran Assump De La Salle Old Melburnians

5 3 3 1 6

66 42 40 35 33

2012 Club XVIII (2) Raymond Steer Timothy Bayles Timothy Demetriou George Dellaportas Scott D’Arcy

Therry Penola Old Geelong Hawthorn Hawthorn Richmond Cardinals

8 1 6 2 3

83 57 35 33 24

2012 Under 19 Premier Charlie Haley David Wall Steven Berengo Robert Ralph

De La Salle St Bernards Old Xaverians Old Xaverians

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10 4 0 0

48 42 37 30

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Andrew Leonard U19 Section 2

U19 REPORT We had hopes that this column would be filled with the glowing praise of our U19 representative side this week after we had shown our peers from the VCFL how to play football last Sunday. Unfortunately it wasn’t to be. The VCFL were too strong for our representative team with the difference only highlighted in the final quarter. Trailing by 11 points at three quarter time, the VAFA eventually lost by 50 points. An on that note we cast our eyes back a day earlier to the club football results. U19 Premier Old Melburnians and University Blues kicked off proceedings on Sunday as the only game with a pre-midday start. The battle of the picket fenced grounds was held at the Junction Oval this time and the home team kicked nine-goals-to-one in the second half to turn a 14 point deficit into a full time margin of 40 points. Justin De Steiger and Harry Michaelmore were amongst a handful of players that kicked a couple of goals and were named best. Beaumaris jumped St Bernards at home and whilst the Bernies fought back for the rest of the day, catch up football was difficult in windy conditions but they ultimately fell short by a goal. In the record books it will go down as a win to St Bedes / Mentone Tigers by eight points over Old Scotch but it was inaccurate kick by the Tigers that prevented this from being a bigger margin. Alex Whalebone had BOG honours whilst Ed Walmsley managed four majors for the Cardinals. Top Side De La Salle had no issues with bottom side Uni Blacks. Blacks had 77% of their score in the first quarter in a tough day for the Uni boys, whilst De La kicked five, five, eight and six goals in each term to win by 151 points. Charlie Haley made it to double figures this week with 10 after his nine the previous week. Old Xaverians account for Fitzroy comfortably in a 61 point win. 48

Caulfield Grammarians replaced Werribee Districts in third spot by defeating the Tigers by two goals. The win draws them level on points with Werribee but a superior percentage sees them in third with the Tigers now back in fourth. Old Haileybury missed a chance to join those two on seven wins when they lost at St Kevins by 31 points. The Bloods drop to fifth with that result and now have another competitor for finals action in Old Trinity who hung on to beat Old Carey by just two points at home. Carey kicked more goals but Trinity had more scoring shots in a contest that Carey led by nine points going into the final quarter. The final game wasn’t as close as the previous four games with Old Brighton giving Marcellin a touch up on their home turf by 82 points. Michael Tregear was lively kicking seven and Marshall Pascoe kicked three but you could throw a blanket over a host of players for the visitors as to who was best. U19 Section 3 St Bernards got the day underway in the early start hosting Old Xaverians. Perhaps the boys were keen to enjoy the festivities of the club’s legend’s match later on, as they went down by 19 points to the visitors in a low scoring affair. Old Camberwell were at home to PEGS and those at Gordon Barnard will remember the bag of 10 that James Howells managed in an exhibition of forward play. For PEGS Duishan Perera was best in the 52 point loss. Northern Blues prevailed over Mazenod by just seven points in the top of the table clash. Mazenod will rue this one as a wasted opportunity kicking 5.15 to 8.4 but will feel confident against the Blues come finals time. Collegians came to play at Ormond giving them a touch up by 128 points. I am led to believe that Collegians supporters had the line to Gordon Barnard open to see if Sam Hibbins’ 10 would be the bag of the day. Alas Hibbins had more team mates kicking goals had to settle for being equal best with Howells on the day. THE AMATEUR FOOTBALLER 2012


U19 South After a mountain of feedback appreciating that South came before North we will back up looking at this section first again. There were two close games two not so close. Hampton Rovers managed to double the club’s win tally for the year with a stirring win at St Bedes / Mentone Tigers by a goal. The Rovers have some good young talent but it was their more even spread of goal kickers that saw them over the line. A great result for the club. Monash Blues hosted St Mary’s Salesian and enjoyed the fruits of home ground advantage holding on for a nine point win. Peninsula made one of their shorter trips up to Beaumaris and won comfortably to defeat the home side by 70 points. Tom Shayler managed five goals and he was supported by Hayden Brodie who kicked four. For the vanquished, Kyle Mcdonagh managed to kick four. Parkdale Vultures and De La Salle completed the matches for the round with the Vultures having a strong win over De La 104 to 32 with Sean Hendricks best for the Vultures. UNDER 19 Premier De La Salle v University Blues Old Melburnians v Fitzroy St Bedes/Mentone Tigers v Old Xaverians

St Bernards v Old Scotch University Blacks v Beaumaris UNDER 19 Section 2 Old Brighton v Caulfield Gramm Old Carey v St Kevins Old Haileybury v Old Trinity

U19 North Old Geelong hosted Therry Penola to clear the dew from Como Park at 9.20 and a thriller was played out with the home side getting up by three points. Karey Taylor slotted five for the homeside but he was outdone by the visiting Hayden Rowe who grabbed six goals. There was a point the difference at quarter time, scores level at half time and Therry had 13 point lead going into the final break. However they couldn’t hold on with the OGs kicking five-goals-to-three in a pulsating final term. Williamstown CYMS had a good day at the office to defeat La Trobe University by 53 points at home. Whilst Ivanhoe have another goal kicker in their midst with Jai Swainger slotting seven majors on the way to a 104 point win over MHSOBs. MHSOBs were two players short all day so it was a good effort to kick five straight goals against the rampant Ivanhoe. Editor Note: If clubs do not put the complete scores, best players and goal kickers in each week, then this column suffers and your team will receive no coverage other than the result. Please ensure you have submitted these by 6.00pm Saturday each week. UNDER 19 North Ivanhoe v La Trobe University MHSOB v Old Geelong Therry Penola v Williamstown CYMS

Werribee Districts v Marcellin

UNDER 19 Section 3 Mazenod v PEGS St Bernards v Northern Blues Ormond v Old Camberwell Old Xaverians v Collegians

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UNDER 19 South De La Salle v Beaumaris Hampton Rovers v Peninsula St Bedes/Mentone Tigers v Monash Blues

St Mary’s Salesian v Parkdale Vultures

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RESULTS Under 19 Premier Old Melburnians 3.5 5.8 10.11 14.16 (100) University Blues 3.1 8.4 8.5 9.6 (60) GOALS Old Melburnians: H. Michelmore 2 N. McLardy 2 T. Brougham 2 J. De Steiger 2 T. Marshall 2 T. Spargo 1 L. Prendergast 1 P. Feaver 1 N. Forrest 1 University Blues: E. McMullin 2 A. Johnstone 2 S. Nixon 1 D. Van De Pol 1 N. Green 1 J. Kershaw 1 L. Wardle 1 BEST Old Melburnians: J. De Steiger H. Michelmore T. Marshall A. Murray S. Peac k P. Feaver University Blues: J. Pemmelaar D. Van De Pol S. MacAulay J. Kershaw S. Carr E. McMullin Beaumaris 3.1 7.1 8.2 11.7 (73) St Bernards 0.3 4.8 6.12 9.13 (67) GOALS Beaumaris: J. Thompson 4 S. Braithwaite 2 M. Williams 2 . Smout 1 L. Edmondson 1 S. Sheldrick 1 St Bernards: D. Wall 4 J. Solomon 2 M. Hutchesson 1 J. Weir 1 N. Kazuro 1 BEST Beaumaris: J. Thompson L. Bourne R. Bolger T. Gandy M. Zagni S. Braithwaite St Bernards: N. Kazuro P. MacDonough H. Overman J. Weir M. Hutchesson L. Sullivan Old Xaverians 5.4 10.7 11.7 11.7 (73) Fitzroy 1.0 2.0 2.0 2.0 (12) GOALS Old Xaverians: not provided Fitzroy: M. White 1 D. Cooney-O’Donoghue 1 BEST Old Xaverians: not provided Fitzroy: K. Menzies J. Iacono D. McAllister R. Lloyd J. Ford N. Gibbons St Bedes / Mentone Tigers 4.3 5.8 10.10 11.12 (78) Old Scotch 1.1 5.1 6.3 11.4 (70) GOALS St Bedes / Mentone Tigers: A. Cross 2 T. Pastura 2 H. Jeans 2 A. Whalebone 1 J. Vawdrey 1 B. Denton 1 T. Jeans 1 J. O’Kearney 1 Old Scotch: E. Walmsley 4 J. Clarke 3 C. Perry 2 C. Long 1 T. Bate 1 BEST St Bedes / Mentone Tigers: A. Whalebone A. Cross B. Denton J. O’Kearney J. Vawdrey T. Gogerly Old Scotch: C. McDonough C. Long E. Walmsley C. Watts D. McDermott J. Clarke De La Salle 5.3 10.5 18.10 24.16 (160) University Blacks 1.1 1.1 1.2 1.3 (9) GOALS De La Salle: C. Haley 10 D. Convery 3 P. Johnson 3 C. Panna 3 L. Barda 2 B. Wilson 1 M. Stizza 1 A. Indovino 1 University Blacks: D. McGahey 1 BEST De La Salle: C. Haley s. McGraw D. Convery A. Indovino J. Terrell M. Stizza University Blacks: T. Sharp S. Bell A. Commins T. Whiting M. Adams D. McGahey U19 Section 2 Caulfield Grammarians 2.6 2.7 3.11 7.11 (53) Werribee Districts 0.1 2.8 4.9 5.11 (41) GOALS Caulfield Grammarians: S. Vivian 2 W. Edwards 2 F. Cooper 1 W. Kingwill 1 N. Strintzos 1 Werribee Districts: R. Harrington 3 M. El Hawli 1 B. Kolang 1 BEST Caulfield Grammarians: J. Rogers D. Dickson T. Butler W. Edwards D. Meddings A. Burtsin Werribee Districts: C. Purton B. Stoios B. Kolang J. Humphreys J. Taylor M. Fitzpatrick Old Brighton 1.4 5.7 13.10 18.14 (122) Marcellin 1.3 3.4 5.4 5.10 (40) GOALS Old Brighton: M. Tregear 7 M. Pascoe 3 T. Hamilton 1 T. Jones 1 L. Otto 1 N. Paine 1 N. Hellyer 1 H. Graham 1 K. Kempster 1 J. Knight 1 Marcellin: J. Sundberg 3 J. HOLLAWAY 1 P. Millsom 1 BEST Old Brighton: M. Pascoe N. Hellyer H. Graham S. Baker M. Tregear T. Jones Marcellin: J. Sundberg A. Harkin T. Bastiaan W. Hiser J. Iezzi H. Manassa Old Trinity 2.1 3.4 6.6 9.11 (65) Old Carey 2.2 5.3 8.3 10.3 (63) GOALS Old Trinity: T. Mitchell 3 A. Hasiotis 1 A. Heuston 1 L. Scott 1 T. Gale 1 E. Satur 1 J. Steinhart 1 Old Carey: L. Macleod 3 M. Evans 2 A. Martin 1 B. Consalvo 1 J. Gaff 1 J. Ceppi 1 F. Cator 1 BEST Old Trinity: E. Satur A. Hasiotis J. Steinhart T. Mitchell T. Constantinou C. Rae Old Carey: L. Addison F. Cator L. Macleod J. Coull M. Evans J. Ceppi St Kevins 1.2 4.6 5.7 10.9 (69) Old Haileybury 2.2 2.4 4.6 5.8 (38) GOALS St Kevins: L. Nankervis 2 A. Hannan 2 F. Keely 1 L. Ritchie 1 W. Coates 1 M. Eva 1 J. Cellini 1 J. Ritchie 1 Old Haileybury: S. Kenworthy 1 M. Mitchell 1 L. Pinot 1 B. Gillen 1 A. Spencer 1 BEST St Kevins: J. Weber M. Eva J. Paull J. Cellini C. Holland T. Sullivan Old Haileybury: A. Budge L. Pinot J. Toy H. Shill J. Fisscher T. Blakey U19 Section 3 Old Xaverians 2.2 4.4 4.7 8.11 (59) St Bernards 1.1 2.2 5.4 6.4 (40) GOALS Old Xaverians: J. Pantas 2 A. Dickinson 2 S. Forrest 1 M. Vlahos 1 Z. Cosgrave 1 S. Ellis 1 St Bernards: A. Graham 3 P. Comerford 2 A. Dipaolo 1 BEST Old Xaverians: M. Vlahos Z. Panagiotopoulos D. Hermans J. Delmo S. Forrest C. Fahy St Bernards: M. Feehan N. McAllister L. Jowett S. Whelan A. Graham J. Bromley

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U19 – PREMIER

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St Bernards

De La Salle Blue

Beaumaris

Old Scotch

Fitzroy

Coach: Peter Wood Assistant: Adrian Peart

Coach: Michael Brown Assistants: Simon Brown/Peter Harte

Coach: Luke Buller Assistants: Rob Wilson/Chris Cockburn

Coach: Matthew Parisi Assistants: Dan Parisi/Ed Hill/Tristan Foenander/Peter Hodges/Sam Muttdon 1 Jordan Clarke (CC) 2 Will Carroll 3 Matthew Foskey 4 Andrew Hummerston 5 Conor O’Beirne 6 Jack Hurley 7 Callum McDonough (CC) 8 Angus Greenaway 9 Nicholas Reddish 10 Ed Moroney 11 Tom Holding 12 David Carey 13 Alex Reilly 14 Henry Thomas 15 Harrison Casey 16 Charlie Long 17 Ben Davey 18 Ed Dalton 19 Charlie Steel 20 Lachie Seed 21 Gregor Knight 22 Charlie Perry 23 Alisdair Reeves 24 Charlie Fay 25 Ned Walmsley 26 Tim Bate 27 Tom Druitt 28 Fred Launder 29 Chris Watts 30 Lachlan Smyth 31 Will Hamer 32 Nicholas Santini 35 Jake Clemm 36 William Hewson 40 Sam Neil 43 Ed Furey 44 Michael Johnston 47 Gene van den Broek

Coach: Darren Handley

Lachy Allison James Bennie Simon Caven Charlie Connelly Wil Considine Brad Cooper Matt Feehan Jack Fenner Sam Firth Jack Fraser Jack Gay Jarrod Gill Andrew Graham Andrew Grosso Mitch Hannan Lachlan Herriman Michael Hughes Alex Johnson Sam Jones Nathan Kazuro Peter Lenoury Pat Macdonough Aiden O’Connor Keiran O’Connor Harry Overman Matt Peart Chris Peart Daniel Riley Jack Saundry Jacob Shine Luke Sullivan Michael Sulzberger Daniel Thompson Jake Van Meel David Wall James Weir Sam Wood

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Jayden Duhau Charlie Haley Sam Brooks Charlie Athanassiou Pat O’Connell Michael Stizza Harry Haley Josh Fisher Ben Forrest Luke Barda Todd Richardson Adrian Indovino Sefton McGraw Hugh Nicholson Brad Wilson David Convery Liam Wood Jack Gava Sam Harrington Paul Johnston Matt Hamilton Sebastian Gotch Jordan Bull Jason Terrell Jamie Smith Oliver Purton - Smith Dan Millwood Joel Mattiske Todd Richardson Hamish Ramsey Oscar Persson James Howard

James Hooper Tom Perkins Tom McManamy Jackson Miller Anthony Goss Alex Smout Alex Shulman Sam Bennett Josh Ward Chris Smout Luke Edmondson Scott Braithwaite Kurt Mocika Nathan Heaton Jak Jowett Drew Kelly Matthew Zagni Harrison Bennett Douglas Ballard Jackson Leigh Lachlan Boyd Byron Hughes Lucas Bourne Tom Gandy Kyle McDonagh Ben McLean Adam Tanzimat Jordan Thompson Callum Griffiths Sam Holland-Burch Joel DiNatale Liam Brennan Jarryd Pemberton Chris Tilbey Mark Ramanathan Cal Gillespie Nick Vorich Matt Hopkins James Morley Jake Bloomer Scott Sheldrick Jack Graham Lachlan McKenzie Greg Pearson Gus Finney Ben Gray Andrew Dickinson Cleary Matt Hardeman Stuart Montfort Ben Spencer Filip Zalega Jayden Rayner Evan Georgopoulos

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Diarmuid CooneyO’Donoghue Jack Tennant Jack Iacono Raph Lloyd Aiden Fry Murray White Chris Doherty Eddie Gibbons Edward Bryan Josh Sawyer Jack Ford James Steinfort Alex Lawrence Lochie Allen Dougall McAllister Kai Menzies Daniel Lindsay Harrison Simcoe Dylan Pactas Nic Gibbons Nathan Lingris Dylan Leech Lachlan Power Dean Turnley Ethan Gardiner Dieter Tieman Aiden Tregillis Ben McGregor Alex Taylor Tom Harris Jarrod Schlitz Eamonn Scott

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Old Xaverians

Old Melburnians

St Bedes/Mentone Tigers

Uni Blacks

Uni Blues

Coach: Tom Maule Assists: Hamish Buckley/Joe Rush

Coach: Tom Seccull

Coach: Steve D’Andrea

Coach: Steve Cerni

Coach: Matt Embling

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Steven Berengo Louis Denton Denis Symeopolous Lachie Keith Cauley Beetham Nick Gazdowicz Nathan Drummond Darcy Cotchett Harry Batten Tom Williams Harry Lachal Fraser Lane Johnathon Close Jarryd Skene Terry Reed Luke Pirrie Ben Lyon Ashley Sorrenti Nicholas Sharkey Sam Franklyn Robbie Ralph Charlie Woodley Sam Grigg Marcus Smith Nick Costa Josh Anderson Matthew Margin Jonathan Smarrelli

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Charles Kellett Justin De Steiger Harry Curtis Thomas Lackman Nicholas Churkovich Alexander Coleridge Nicholas Forrest Campbell Kirwan Thomas Carlon Edward Fanning James De Degley Thomas Watson Lachlan Prendergast Adam Armstong Oscar Dixon Samuel Delios Lorgen Scott Tom Benson William Raymond Nicholas Daish John Hurley Jonathan Benjamin Peter Feaver Charles Kiel Ruari Wood-Freeman Nicholas Molony Edward Robinson Damon Velakoulis Thomas De Fegley Leon Koumouris Stephen Blakeney Nicholas McLardy Tom McConnell

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Cameron Antonuccio Addison Martin Alexander Cross Aaron Hodges Brenton Schubert Alex Whalebone Christopher McCready Jake Townley Benjamin Nicoll Trent Pastura Luke Heywood Steven Lay Ciaran Lawrence Brett Denton Lachlan Dee Jack O’Kearney James Dalzotto Juy Capp Jack Beckwith Benjamin Wighton Mitchell Coen Johnathan Dawes Lawrence Webb Michael O’Connor Jamie Popaz Jack Pollard William Lawrence David Goodchild Taylor Gogerly Jordan Young Dale Tanner Jordan Bichsel Alexander Jackson Charles Kinsey Callum Byrnes Thomas McMahon Declan Hampton Kerwin Cafun Kerwin Cafun Max Worrell Morgan Hampton Joseph Bova Calvin Young

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Michael Adams Sam Aldous Jack Bales Sam Bell Jonathan Bunge Angus Cole-Adams Aiden Commins Scott Dadswell Sam Douglas Michael Fogarty Peter Harrod Jock Lawrence James Lenehan Benjamin Murphy William Murray Luke Picone James Sandford Thomas Sharp Sam Sher Joel Theodore Harry Ukich Vincent White Thomas Whiting Charlie Zwar

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Jack Kershaw Jamey Pemmelaar Thomas Walsh Louis Wardle Sebastian Nixon Daniel O’Shea Joseph Turner Patrick Murtagh Angus Smith Patrick Ferguson Conrad Graovac Benjamin Watson Angus Fraser James Coumans Nathan Green Edward McMullin Angus Johnstone Matthew Porra Ross Wettenhall Sean Carr Dominic Nixon Jason Cowland Patrick Gardiner Timothy Burn-Francis

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U19 – SECTION 2 Caulfield Grammarians

St Kevins

Old Haileybury

Old Carey

Coach: Josh McCahon Assists: Jake McCahon/James Weghorn

Coach: Ray Leetham Assists: Luke Williams/Nick Perrett

Coach: Dale Anderrson Assists: Matt Kelly

Coach: Michael Ericson Assists: Russell Morris

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Michael Eva Michael Baini Jordan Cellini Tom Soltinakos Joshua Taylor Adam Fricot Pat Der Jeu Nick Bond Julian Gambaro Matthew Lew Tomas Ryan Andrew Hannan Zachary Ginies Sam Kneebone Harry Murphy-Cruise Theo Garrow Joshua Davidson Anthony Giarusso Jim Paull Anthony Barone Ed Chalmers Miles McEldowney Henry Parkes Francis Keely Patrick Moore Oliver Ridge Jackson Ritchie Emmett O’Donnell Lachlan Nankervis Brendan Smart Michael Alexopoulos Ben McIntosh Harry Sargent Anthony Kirwan James Barrie Nicolaas Murphy Tom Lewin Joe Harding Manning Mitchell William Coates Rob McMillan Nicholas Ciurleo Jack Weber Chris Holland

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Marcellin

Old Brighton

Werribee Districts

Coach: Paul Bevan Assists: Brandon Watson

Coach: Adam Pirrie Assists: Ryan Joseph

Steve Vivian Sam Flavell Keegan Stewart Tom Stewart Lauchlin Kelloch Josh Rogers George Berry Tom Rothel (C) Willis Cord Harrison Malone Hugh Goodfellow Hamish Scully Nick Tonkin Tom Wren Steve Hood Josh Steiger Drew Dickson Charlie Schaffer James Schwarer Will Peart Jackson Small Jordan Ceglar James Easton Will Kingwill Tom Butler Matt Mcternan Daniel Gray Damien Simic Thomas Crozier Hayden Stewart Fred Cooper Norrie Strintzos Lewis O’Neill

Nick Faidy Julian Battistella Andrew Harkin Mathew Lincoln Jordan Bettello C Patrick Millison Sam Rimington VC Joey De Neefe Ben Thorn Callum Brandt Callan Stewart Josh Sundberg James Carrol Mathew Tantsis-Hall VC Cameron Kemp Tom Natoli DVC Tom Bastiaan James Hollaway VVC Thomas Butler Sean Ioannidis C Cameron Rumph Chris Zygmunt Kieran Dellahunty Campbell Mc Millan Liam Vear William Hiser DVC Adrian Beaini Jessie Stone Ryan Woodward Otto Macpherson Hayden Manassa Patrick Chard Nick Watty Anthony Beaini Jerome Iezzi

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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

Tim Hunter James Paul Dylan Walsh Mathew Shill Luke Pinot (C) Alaa Ghanem Christopher Smith Patrick Hutchinson Jordan Toy Sean Corrigan Jordan Donnelly Samuel Hall Jake Lynch Michael Sullivan Matthew Mitchell Nicholas Leonidas Adam Budge Sam Nowlon Alexander Thomson Brendan Gillen Josh Alkemade Jack-Thomas Coombes James Reid Tyson George Joshua Slade Sam Nicholls Daniel Secatore Luke Pannunzio Brede Seccull Zac Connelly Steven Kenworthy Christopher Venten Joseph Fisscher

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Matt Jones Brodie Easton Alex Richardson James Coull Nick Morris Jordan Ceppi Lachlan Addison Henry Pepperwell Harry Maxwell Morgan Evans Charlie Wood Corey Jackson Lachy Mahon Lachlan Macleod Mark Walczak Will Walker Simon Harris Pat Cremean Marcus Cushen Bruno Consalvo Nick Anderson Dave Burgess Jacob Murphy James Shaw Matt Driver Freddie Cator Spencer Cambridge Nick Andrews Christian Virgona Ander Martin Jermaine Wunungmurra

Old Trinity Coach: Jed Burgess/Speros Beasley Manager: Stuart Pearce

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Benjamin Leonard Craig Moloney Adam Imber Matthew Despott Mohamad El Hawli Ethan Turner David Briscoe Brent Turner Jesse Humphreys Matthew Turner Sandrino Di Lallo Matthew Fitzpatrick Dillon Taylor Matthew Brown Ben Stoios Nikko Arias Jesse Taylor Jaxon Cooke Mikhal Secoulidis Joel Patty Jack Chadwick Benjamin McMillan Jackson Brice Daniel Peers

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James Taylor Callum Rae Jonathon Wong Chris Hargreaves Sam Stacker Chris Yapanis Emerson Satur Michael Azarnikow Billy Syme Rory O’Donohoe Timothy Costantinou Eddy Plant Tom Bennett Alex Heuston Ted Mitchell James Gilfillan Edward Beasley Steven Lawrence Nicholas Pointon Nicholas Pearce Chris Hughes Alex Syme Henry Winter Chris Jackson Jakob Steinhart Alexander Hasiotis Joeb Northey

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U19 – SECTION 3 Northern Blues

St Bernards

Old Camberwell

Old Xaverians

Coach: George Wakim Assists: Neil Langley/Zan Useinov

Coach: Kevin Jones Assists: Sam Jones/Luke Scerri

Coach: Phil Ballis

Coach: Ben Plant/James Woods Assists: Pat Kennedy

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Mark Cigagna Sam Dalton Josh Sims Damon Marcon Mark Langley Josh Rentos Matthew Cottier Liam Carter Mike Matters Jake Powell Mousty Hammoud Paul Dempsey Damian D’amore Leigh Judd Eamonn Maloney Lachlan Holmes Paul Sansonetti Luke Baker Mahmoud Rafhi Oscar Zimmermann Jordan Hull Nicholas Spagnolo Jack Prelorenzo Nick Prelorenzo James King

Lachy Allison Jonathan Ayres Adam Bevanda Jake Bromley Brent Catoggio Thomas Delzoppo Taylor Devers Michael Dillon Anthony DiPaolo Harrison Firth Matthew Gurrusi Josh Hedley Jack Howard Michael Hughes Michael Iacabaccio Lachlan Jowett Ned McAllister Liam McIntyre Patrick Moloney Daniel Moloney Jake Nataro Alex Nicou Keiran O’Connor Aidan O’Connor Tim O’Sullivan Tom Russell Mark Spence Wil Sullivan Jeremy Sullivan Shaun Tamraz Sean Webb Liam Whelan Seamus Whelan Andrew Zammit

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Samuel Freeman Victor Murphy Thomas Kanz Francisco Fernandes Matthew Peddlesden Corey McLaughlin Damian Proksa Charlie Urwin Jay Himat Xavier Troy Luke Wang James Howells Michael Young Minh Le Nicholas Russell Thomas Schipper Thomas Stayner Duran Bradley Nicholas Adamson Bryce Frattin Julian Giovannucci JJ Yang Jackson Hrbek Christopher Webster Harry Crothers Matthew De Petro Oliver Lloyd Henry Tun

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Jack Delmo Darcey Dempsey Matthew Vlahos Darcy Cotchett Harry O’sullivan Max Elliott Patrick Yuen Matt Dvorseck Tim Hannon Anthony Dickinson Tim Fenton Sam Ellis Matt Owen Daniel Hermans Andrew Prowse Harry Healy Pat Monti Richard Thomas Aden Capaul Aden Donohoe Zack Panj Matt Sitch Lachie Dipierdomenico Julian Kaldawi Simon Love Edward Wordsworth Jarrod Dennison Jacob Healy Jonathon Blake Oliver Keogh Paddy Mardling Ben Lyon Ryan Gallagher Hugh Davies Nick Sharkey Jonathon Close Sam Lefebvre Sam Forrest James Wilkinson

Ormond

Collegians

PEGS

Mazenod

Coach: Dave Matthews

Coach: Rob Ferguson/ Peter Battell

Coach: Len Hannah

Coach: Elio Greco

Stewart McCooke Daniel Rizati Jake Pedersen Chris Olson Michael Tucker Keith Allen Chris Hecker James Raymond Matthew Saunders Andrew Olson Edward Scanlan Michael Bannan James Young Chris Bannan Tom McCrabb Ryan McDonald Nick Topakas Blair Atkins Mark Pappas Tom Hungerford Will Sayce

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Sam Hynes Tim Phillips Lindsay Apted Ollie Whitehead Wil Hayes Jon Huntsman Drew Mcrae Alister Fahie Tom Cantwell Julian Elmutis Iain Gordon Matthew Yates Harry White Steve Madeira Geoff Farrar Michael Dockery Max Griffin Hunter Poole Callum Reagan Sam King Tim Varigos Will Pocknee Alex Barr Sam Sabbatucci Elliot Cattell Matthew O’Brien Sam Hibbins Lachlan Ferguson Toby Goodman Ben McKenzie - Sirrett Nick Blackney

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Matthew Semini Christian Persano Ken Ng Alexander Persano Travis Livori Lachlan McGuire Brett Hannah Robert Crimmons Stuart Tibbets Matthew Nola Curtis Palamara Lewis Reed Casey Keenan Hugh Braden Russell Navar Sandon McCann Michael McDougall James Federico Luke Shultz Duishan Perera Andrew Petersen Chris Caminiti Josh Ferrie Daniel Rugolina Jack Williams Liam Sudawon Nicholas Karikas

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Luke Greco Lachlan Mann Nizar Janzerli Louis Greco Matthew Zaccaria Ross Fileccia Stephen Welsford Anthony Bortoli Luke Terry Marc Martino Jordan Kelly Andrew Maniatis Andrew DiPetta Lewis Ferguson Patrick Flanagan Samual Riley James Verbyla Anthony Martino Steven Mydaras

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U19 – NORTH Williamstown CYMS

Old Geelong

Therry Penola

MHSOB

Coach: Matthew Montebello Assists: James Welsh

Coach: Simon O’Brien/Dan O’Brien

Coach: L.Hollow Assists: L.Quinn

Coach: Mark Elder

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Henry Byrne Rory Vocale Rupert Kemp Andy De Fegely (C) James Habla Chris Jordan Tom Allen Rupert De Crespigny George Morrison Harry Baylis Karey Taylor Will Calvert-Jones George Macdonald Charlie Heal Charlie Vickers-Willis Dave Coward Myles Ryan Josh Sumura Alex Brown Campbell Fisher Chris Ashen Bryce Yeo Nick Wilton Ben Thompson Alex Mitchell Blair Keys Ed Northop James Hoban Alex Campbell

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Keelan Biddlestone Hamish Donohue Hayden Rowe Daniel McCracken Aiden McIntyre Sean Rees Joshua Califore Nathan Clark Joel Costello Ethan Daley Tim Gumley Ryan McKibbin Shae Tatlock Jonathon Tonna Lachlan Stretton Will McIntosh Matt Lyons Luke Dragon Brock Egglestone Darcy Ryan Phouc Nguyen Keegan McIntyre Sam Califore James Burt Jarrod Bolding Jacob Gough Darrell Blake Jamie Curran John McDonald Michael Jacobson

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Jerome Ah-Kan Adam Ashton (C) Nigel Ashton Riley Batchelor Stuart Boggett Lawrence Bradford Daniel Bye Tom Connor Brendan Cook Louis Cuthbert Aaron Dimitropoulos Marco Dogliotti Jake Duell Mason Fennessy-Kent Liam Ferris (C) Sam Hayes Michael Hughes Albert Kuang Declan Lee James Mcdonagh Peter Melilli Paul Niklas Sam Shearer Zac Smooker Beau Van Agtmaal Andrew Wheelahan Jackson Wood

AJAX

La Trobe Uni

Emmaus St Leos

Ivanhoe

Coach: Adam Slade-Jacobson

Coach: Zoron Colovic

Coach: Kevin Barnshaw

Coach: Adam Wright Assists: Bill Emerson

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Myles Miller Nick Lewis Simon Roth Rob Miller Jeremy Sher Ashley Shenker Noah Keddie Jayd Brick Ben Glazer Adam Lerner Aaron Sibel Jordan Rubenstein Alon Abraham Brandon Goldman Joel Lefkovic Zac Goldberg David Burns Josh Sharpe Jamie Malinek Roi Abraham Dylan Ivany Daniel Klotnick David Breger Michael Feiler Zac Braun Aron Mazur Idan Binelli

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

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Liam McKay Andrew Downie Leo Glover Alexander McDougall Adam LaRiccia Teni Legaric Jason Schink Steven Downie Jason Huljak William Hughes Justin Petrulis Sam Symeonidis Kit Duncan-Jones Robert Staley Thomas Cochrane Josh Hocking

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Alex Purtell Justin Harty Andrew Dimopoulos James Lagreca William Emerson Charlie Robinson Jack Hogan Jack Delbridge Sam Nix Zac Mowat James Moxon Stefan Zervides Lewis Minney Sam Mowat Dan Plowman Lachlan Roberts Stefan Bettiol James Jones Daniel Jones Benjamin Grigg Jack Normand Dylan Craig-Darroch Michael George Patrick Benson Leigh Read Keke Blackmore-Moore David Ioannou William Cuthbert Mitchell Lovell Joshua Harbottle Joel Langford Jai Swainger Simon Gleeson Mitchell Rees Michael Baxter Joshua Nott Alex Jelic Alex Griffith Jake Brown Nicholas Ring

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U19 – SOUTH St.Mary’s Salesian

Peninsula OB

Parkdale Vultures

De La Salle Gold

Coach: Damian Sutherland

Coach: Theo Messinis

Coach: Luke Borella

Coach: Michael Hogan Assists: Peter Harrington

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Brendan Cain Tom Whittle Sam Murphy Kyle Buchannan Matt Curtain James Gallus Francis Ravida Jacob Kenyon Fergus Tremaine Billy Anderson Alex Bussell Mitch Opt Hoog Sam Shaw Andrew Morris Adrian Saflekos Cam Butler Michael Flora Chris Hill Dylan Cropley Andrew Roll Max Kitchen James Cooney Calvin Tan Daniel Cohen Michael Docker Dylan Gook Adam Ong Kirin Raska Jack Sutherland Fraser Coloe Kyle Durden Jack Brennan Ben Andrews Nicholas Ludwig Jeremy Devlin Patrick Pham Jamie Carolan Nathan Phillips

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Sam Glenn (VC) Nathan Cassano Aaron Brockley Harry Featherby Braden Churcher Scott Cain Jordan Owens Cameron Macauley (C) Nick Messinis Tom Malan Matt Beggs Luke Keon Michael Wilson Andrew Coghlan Seb Barbour Pat Healy Tom Humphris Tom Hussey Jesse Ramirez Laurens Van der Sluijs Hayden Brodie Jeremy Gleeson Andrew Hockenhegger Tom Feldgen Tom LaBrooy Jordan Pomeroy (DVC) Jack Rothery Nick Coy Nick Baron

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Matt Dickie Mat Podesta Sam Chitty Mac O’donell Adam Knight Sean Hendricks Andrew Thompson George Billings Chris Welch Max Nixon Darcy Ballard Jackson Bolland Lewis Emerson Jacob Crowley Nick Rayner Jordan Russell Luke Morgan Chris Stielow Josh Kovarik Anthony Mcneil Tom Fenwick Matt Horton Jake Stent-Powell Dylan Glascott Jack Dunstan James Everest Charlie Dillon Joel Hollingsworth Beau Leishman

Hampton Rovers

Monash Blues

Beaumaris

Coach: Jay Watts Assists: Peter Rogerson

Coach: Michael Pettingill

Coach: Luke Buller/Rob Wilson/Chris Cockburn

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Jack Zaina Bryce Pewtress Jordan Mayne Brian Nolan Nathan Mullenger Jay Dillon Billy Reis Chris Rees-Jones Darcy Lindstrom Luke Morcom Nick Schouten Lachlan Delisle Callum van den Enden Andrew James Jackson Sainty Sam Care Jay Bear Nick Taylor Matthew Taylor Campbell Jones Alex Roney Joel Emmins Sam Grimmer Mario Papotto Jack Campion James Massey Lachlan Edgar Dylan Phillips Michael Levy Gregory Thompson Wilson Hill Josh Pavlou

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Patrick Bryce Joseph Cosgriff Matthew Cox James Duffey Patrick Featonby Oliver Fitzpatrick Damien Hatch Caleb Heard Rex Ho Aiden Jeynes Cody Johnson William Kittelty Darby Mccallum Michael Mckinna Hamish Melville Rupert Mitchell Aiden Parisi Bradyn Parker Matthew Pittman Andrew Prentice Tom Ruddell Benjamin Tilley

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James Hooper Tom Perkins Tom McManamy Jackson Miller Anthony Goss Alex Smout Alex Shulman Sam Bennett Josh Ward Chris Smout Luke Edmondson Scott Braithwaite Kurt Mocika Nathan Heaton Jak Jowett Drew Kelly Matthew Zagni Harrison Bennett Douglas Ballard Jackson Leigh Lachlan Boyd Byron Hughes Lucas Bourne Tom Gandy Kyle McDonagh Ben McLean Adam Tanzimat Jordan Thompson Callum Griffiths Sam Holland-Burch Joel DiNatale Liam Brennan Jarryd Pemberton Chris Tilbey Mark Ramanathan Cal Gillespie Nick Vorich Matt Hopkins James Morley Jake Bloomer Scott Sheldrick Jack Graham Lachlan McKenzie Greg Pearson Gus Finney Ben Gray Andrew Dickinson Cleary Matt Hardeman Stuart Montfort Ben Spencer Filip Zalega Jayden Rayner Evan Georgopoulos

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Nathan Beaumont Josh Wood James Amerena Ben Forrest Patrick O’Connell Con Panna Jonathan Tsoutsouras Matt Hogan Damian Grant Oliver Purton-Smith Danny Bollis Robert Mccarthy Sean Murphy Kobi Wallis Tim Shallue Sam Harrington Matt Harvey Daniel Vass Dimi Damianos Darcy Craig Brent Cranage Jamie Smith Xavier Leonard Simon Woodcock Zac High Patrick Hatch Dayne Schipper Nicholas Lowrie Joe Cox Matthew Pennacchia Matt Mullaly Jack Hanley Hamish Ramsey James Howard Domonic Spicer Darcy Betts

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Cameron Antonuccio Addison Martin Alexander Cross Aaron Hodges Brenton Schubert Alex Whalebone Christopher McCready Jake Townley Benjamin Nicoll Trent Pastura Luke Heywood Steven Lay Ciaran Lawrence Brett Denton Lachlan Dee Jack O’Kearney James Dalzotto Juy Capp Jack Beckwith Benjamin Wighton Mitchell Coen Johnathan Dawes Lawrence Webb Michael O’Connor Jamie Popaz Jack Pollard William Lawrence David Goodchild Taylor Gogerly Jordan Young Dale Tanner Jordan Bichsel Alexander Jackson Charles Kinsey Callum Byrnes Thomas McMahon Declan Hampton Kerwin Cafun Kerwin Cafun Max Worrell Morgan Hampton Joseph Bova Calvin Young

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UMPIRES

Steve McCarthy & Cam Davidson

SOCIAL NOTES A couple of pretty successful social events were held recently. We held the Annual Trivia Night, professionally run by our coach Tony Hales. Highlight of the night was no doubt Peter James for his singing and dancing “skills”. Well done to organiser Greg Rolfe’s table who took home first prize. The day after we had the annual PUMPS (past Umpires) and Life Members lunch with this year’s guest speaker being Peter Howe of the AFL’s coaching panel. A great day had by all and the stories got bigger as the day went on.

the VAFA under 19s took on (and lost to) the VCFL under 19s. In the field we had Sean Scully junior and Ben Lavale, the Bevan brothers, Luke & Mitchell on the boundary and Pat Dwyer with the flags. Well done to all!! Annual Dinner The 2012 VAFAUA Pre Finals Dinner is coming around very quickly and will be held on Monday 27 August in the Members Dining Room at the MCG.

Lookalikes Our dinner is a great celebration of the year in This line was directed at field umpire Shane McNamara last weekend after he failed to pay a free kick to one team, “I’m not voting for you Tony Abbott”. Shane, you been wearing those Speedos again?

umpiring. There are a few awards, some great videos, and tremendous opportunities to reflect on another great season in the VAFA. It is an event not to be missed.

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RESULTS PREMIER THIRDS

LAST ROUND

Caulfield Grammarians 5.1, 10.4, 16.5, 19.8 (122) Old Carey 2.3, 5.6, 8.10, 11.13 (79) GOALS, Caulfield Grammarians:B. Scott 4, A. Gard 2, A. Spittal 2, M. Wilson 2, B. Cater 2, G. Poulter 2, S. Roitman 1, N. Guyett 1, L. Spinks 1, S. Jennings 1, T. Rowsthorn 1 Old Carey: S. Lenders 4, T. MacReady - Bryan 3, M. Andrews 2, J. Carpenter 1, M. Baker 1 BEST, Caulfield Grammarians: A. Spittal, N. Edwards, G. Poulter, S. Jennings, P. Farmer, M. Wilson Old Carey: T. MacReady - Bryan, T. Rule, M. Baker, S. Hassett, S. Lenders, P. Tiras Old Xaverians 0.0, 0.0, 0.0, 12.14 (86) St Bernards 0.0, 0.0, 0.0, 7.3 (45) GOALS, Old Xaverians: M. Hennessy 5, J. Smith 2, J. Glen 2, J. Evans 1, D. Meehan 1, M. Altis 1 St Bernards: G. Christie 3, N. Smith 2, B. Shepheard 2 BEST, Old Xaverians: M. Hennessy, D. Meehan, J. Smith, W. Smith, S. Adams, C. Chisholm St Bernards: J. Evans, L. Baird, M. Chippendale, G. Christie, N. Smith, N. Schultz University Blues 5.3, 9.8, 9.11, 12.14 (86) De La Salle 2.1, 4.3, 6.5, 7.10 (52) GOALS, University Blues: N. Anderson 4, A. Walsh 3, J. McArthur 1, J. Crawford 1, T. Wilmot 1, L. Garrick 1, O. Lade 1 De La Salle: C. Watts 2, M. Rodgers 2, A. Hale 1, R. Gamble 1, S. Morwood 1 BEST, University Blues: A. Prendergast, P. Curran, B. Drake, O. Lade, N. Anderson, J. Crawford De La Salle: B. Griffin, B. Hill, S. Bennetts, T. Krezel, J. Creedon, R. Gamble Collegians 2.2, 4.4, 8.8, 10.11 (71) Old Scotch 1.2, 5.3, 6.5, 8.6 (54) GOALS, Collegians: P. Timms 3, D. Gambaro 2, G. Jones 1, J. Ashman 1, J. Patterson 1, B. Tiver 1, R. Blackley 1 Old Scotch: M. Bate 2, T. Melville 2, S. Bradley 1, M. Parisi 1, C. Houghton 1, L. Cohen 1 BEST, Collegians: G. Jones, P. Timms, W. Schwab, S. Langton, N. Withers, R. Blackley Old Scotch: A. Pugsley, J. Daggian, L. McDonough, M. Bate, F. Macfarlane, L. Cohen

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LAST ROUND

Old Mentonians 3.8 8.11 15.16 16.19 (115) Whitefriars 1.3 3.5 6.5 10.11 (71) GOALS Old Mentonians: C. Johnstone 4 L. Oliver 3 J. Harrison 2 T. Ward 1 N. Garson 1 J. Gregory 1 T. Miller 1 C. Kennedy 1 J. Lee 1 J. Sadler 1 Whitefriars: M. Shanks 4 B. Bucello 3 H. Fulton 1 D. Todorovski 1 B. Dinh 1 BEST Old Mentonians: T. Ward J. Sadler L. Oliver J. Gregory T. Miller N. Garson Whitefriars: M. Shanks H. Fulton B. Vey D. Kovacevic B. Dinh E. Manson

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LAST ROUND

Old Xaverians 2.3 7.7 13.8 20.13 (133) Northern Blues 0.2 3.2 4.2 4.2 (26) GOALS Old Xaverians: not provided Northern Blues: K. Neil 1 J. Phelan 1 E. Barclay 1 B. Weston 1 BEST Old Xaverians: not provided Northern Blues: N. De Andrade K. Neil L. Duray S. Salerno J. Phelan T. Beames

UNDER 18

LAST ROUND

St Bernards 2.7 6.12 12.18 18.21 (129) UHS-VU / Flemington 3.1 3.2 3.2 4.3 (27) GOALS St Bernards: T. Russell 3 J. Riley 3 T. Madden 3 T. Delzoppo 3 S. Tamraz 1 T. Saundry 1 A. Bevanda 1 S. Piantella 1 T. Riley 1 S. O’Keeffe 1 UHS-VU / Flemington: S. Parker 2 J. Dimattina 1 M. Walsh 1 BEST St Bernards: S. Woods S. Piantella J. Holland T. Saundry T. Russell A. Bevanda UHSVU / Flemington: N. McMahon N. Filieri J. Dimattina D. Vella-Horne J. Sutton J. McDonald Oakleigh 1.1 3.4 5.5 8.8 (56) Werribee Districts 2.4 3.6 5.10 6.11 (47) GOALS Oakleigh: not provided Werribee Districts: L. Vella 2 D. Thomas 2 M. Thar 1 D. McLellan 1 BEST Oakleigh: not provided Werribee Districts: D. Delaney M. Culliver J. Harris J. Lawson M. Burton P. O’Brien St Mary’s Salesian 8.1 10.3 15.4 18.7 (115) Williamstown CYMS 0.1 1.4 2.6 3.7 (25) GOALS St Mary’s Salesian: N. Curwood 3 L. Holmes 3 L. Power 2 B. Borland 2 B. Andrews 2 D. Zacharopoulos 2 N. Evans 1 K. Duerden 1 N. Phillips 1 C. McInnes 1 Williamstown CYMS: J. Bartolotta 1 N. Fry 1 L. Micallef 1 BEST St Mary’s Salesian: B. Monaco T. Keys A. Pathirana B. Andrews B. Borland N. Curwood Williamstown CYMS: B. McRae T. Dimitriou M. Dumbleton D. Wall L. Micallef J. Streets

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UNDER 18 Williamstown CYMS

St. Mary’s Salesian AFC

Oakleigh Amateurs

Rupertswood

Coach: Ross Cassidy Assist: Brendan Cocks

Coach: Chris Docker

Coach: Ash Lever

Coach: Phil Barrett Assists: Paul Ross

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Yuma Hemphill Jackosn Pennington Sam Mchugh George Daaboul Robert Jansen Mitchell Knight Sean Mcvervnon Paul Cutajar-Milosev Trent Dimitriou Vincent Di Lorenzo Hayden Barnett Daniel Popa Nathan Bratby Nicholas Fry Luke Micallef Jack Connolly Nickolas Green John Dawson Johnny Ross Liam Watson Edward Bordas Matthew Dumbleton Lewis Moore Tom Gill Nicholas Harkins Darcy Wall Austin Slaney Matthew Singleton William Ostrowsky

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Brendan Cain Brad Monaco Kyle Buchannan Matt Curtain Mitch O’Meara Daniel Ryan James Gallus Billy Anderson Jordan Porozny Nick Curwood Alex Bussell Annanth Pathirana Sam Shaw Andrew Morris Adrian Saflekos Lachie Pattison Cam Butler Michael Flora Chris Hill Dylan Cropley Andrew Roll James Cooney Daniel Cohen Dylan Gook Nathan Evans Adam Ong Tom Keys Kirin Raska Jack Sutherland Lachlan Power Fraser Coloe Louis Holmes Kyle Durden Jesse Dragonetti Jack Brennan Ben Andrews Nicholas Ludwig Jeremy Devlin Patrick Pham Danny Zacharopoulos Jamie Carolan

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Ben Still Luke Daidone Luke Gogis Mick Tate Blake Grizzell Aaron Cloke (VC) Austin Deneys (VC) Alex Seremalis Andrew Mase (C) Timothy Michael Jake Lever Jack Davidson Tex Minchin (VC) Nick Guerin Zach Pearce-Thomas Liam Gillard Andy Weymouth Alex Mezenstaff Jake Benoiton Scott Murray Liam Signoretti Asseeb Osmani Liam Lloyd Matt Jackson Matt Pardy Joed Cook Kaelem Bradley Matthew Aranha Jason Dal Santo Chris Grant

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St Bernards

Werribee

Coach: Tim Habel Assist: Michael Canizzaro

Coach: Serge Ramano Assist: Michael Hedley

Coach: Chris Burton

James Dimattina James Fay Daniel Aiton Conor Walsh St John Seeger Nick Wallace Dylan Stavrou Esub Ramsay Jack Sutton Lloyd Grant Vince Mcintyre Dylan Vella Horne Dan Spiteri Sam Wittman Anthony Ausage Dylan Vella Horne Sean Farer Camron Aristotle Harry Anderson Oliver Mcsweeney Shaq Parker James Healey Toby Kruisheer Tom Mcall Nathan Filieri Marcus Walsh Nick Waugh

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Jonathan Ayres Adam Bevanda Jake Bromley Killian Cashin Patrick Comerford Edward Connelly Mitchell Cooper Thomas Delzoppo Taylor Devers Josh Hedley Jack Holland Claude Issa Tom Madden Patrick Moloney Rhys Muir Ben Nathan Sean O’Keefe Daniel Parkes Stefan Piantella James Riley Thomas Riley Patrick Romano Tom Saundry Mark Spence Jeremy Sullivan Shaun Tamraz

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James Beredimas Jayden Muscat (VC) Lachlan Muir (DVC) Jayden Swallow Joshua Ferraro (C) Jake Johnson Jarryd Barrett Harry Travers Ash Milane Christopher Kaye (VC) Ben Kaye Sam Hogan (C) Joshua Wallace Alex Gipp Cody Ross (DVC) Christopher Corso Andrew Webster Brent Adams Jason Dunn Rhett Coots Rhys Stafford Joshua Serovski James Wray-Mccann Liam Berry Caine Schofield-Lane Cameron Johnson Trae Rowlands Adam Phillips Anthony Carlus Nicholas Cerini Dylan La Sala David Dughetti

Kieren Delaney Mason Smith Nishan Coyne Dylan McLellan Matthew Burton Jack Harris Mitchell Thar Patrick O’Brien Luke Vella Daniel Delaney Jayme Lawson Luke Gibbs Aaron Knezevic Callum Lawerson Alex Shanks Daniel Stoios Jake Hibbert Alex Court Jack Elliott Liam D’Arcy Haydn Acciarito Dane Thomas Nicholas Christou Scott Stewart

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CLUB XVIII

Norm Nugent

UNPREDICTABLE Results in the unpredictable Round 12, served to intensify the quest for finals’ positions in both Sections. North Old Boy’s/ St Patrick’s were undaunted by the home ground reputation enjoyed by Ivanhoe. The “Combine” players proved too tall and too fast for Ivanhoe and they were never in danger of losing the game even though their final term effort must concern co – coaches Messrs Dinan and Tehan who will apply their legal disciplines to solve the problem. The final margin was 57 points in favour of North Old Boy’s/ St Patrick’s .Only two points separated Old Xaverians and Old Melburnians at half time in their top of the table clash on the Junction Oval. The third term saw the Xaverians build a 15 point lead by the last change. The Melburnians managed to cut the deficit by six points as the fortunes fluctuated in the last quarter before the Xaverians triumphed by nine points. Old Melburnians were well served by Theodore Code with six goals. In Ignatian terms, Theodore had gained glory but his team lost!! The Darling Park tenants, De La Salle and Prahran/ Assumption staged a close contest in which the “Four Blues” greater accuracy enabled them to hold the lead for the last three quarters on their way to victory by 31 points. Again the “Four Blues” had Jason Storer, Mark Ploenges and Craig Berger among their best. A sterling last quarter effort saw Therry Penola win their first match with a seven point win over Fitzroy who again wilted at the business end of the game. St Bernard’s won by forfeit from Williamstown C.Y.M.S. and Monash Blues had the Bye..

led by 19 points at the last change. This was also the final margin as the teams were equal scorers in the final quarter. In an early morning match, Hawthorn regained composure and outplayed Old Geelong to win by 38 points. The defeat saw Old Geelong slide to third. The first half of the Kew versus Richmond “Snakes” match provided an equal contest. Then after half time, the “Snakes” took control as their pace and accurate kicking came to the fore. By the last change, the “Snakes” had eliminated their four point half time deficit and had gone to a 30 point lead, upon which they built in the last quarter before winning, by 45 points. Richmond “Cardinals” led throughout against Old Paradians, who trailed by 13 points at the long interval. After an even third quarter, the “Cardinals” were stung into action by stern words by Coach Tim. Pritchard and Manager, “Sandy” Robertson. They responded by then holding the Paradians scoreless and by recording victory by 48 points. Therry Penola moved back to second place with a 71 point win over University High School Old Boys/ V.U.T. Ruckman and past pupil, Adam Carroll and veteran goalsneak, Ray. Steer (8 goals) were among the Therry Penola best. TODAY SELECTIONS IN BOLD CLUB XVIII (1) Williamstown CYMS v Ivanhoe NOBS/ St Pats v Therry Penola Old Ivanhoe v Prahran Assumption Old Melburnians v Monash Blues Old Xaverians v De La Salle St Bernards v Fitzroy CLUB XVIII (2) Eley Park Sharks v Hawthorn

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Old Geelong v Old Paradians Richmond Cardinals v Therry Penola Richmond Snakes v Bulleen Templestowe UHS-VU v Kew

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Ivanhoe should record their first win in many Rounds by defeating Williamstown C.Y.M.S., whose season has been ravaged by injury. St Bernard’s should be able to gain valuable percentage at the expense of Fitzroy, who struggle to play out a full match. Old Melburnians should comfortably defeat Monash Blues and third placed North Old Boys/St Patrick’s should build valuable percentage by defeating near neighbours, Therry Penola .On form, Old Xaverians should be able to reverse the result of the 2011 Grand Final by defeating De La Salle. Prahran/ Assumption has the Bye. Despite their recent good form, I cannot see Eley Park having the necessary skill to defeat leaders, Hawthorn. University High School Old Boys/ V.U.T. have proven competitive without being able to attain more than one win. On the other hand, Kew proved uncompetitive after half time last week. Today on the bigger Brens Oval, I select the

CLUB XVIII (1)

LAST ROUND

Therry Penola 1.1 6.2 6.3 8.6 (54) Fitzroy 2.2 3.5 5.8 6.11 (47) GOALS Therry Penola: M. McCrae 3 L. Vassallo 2 M. Van Run 1 P. Xuereb 1 J. Carroll 1 Fitzroy: not provided BEST Therry Penola: M. McCrae S. Cummins C. O’Brien R. McKerrow P. Xuereb S. Matthews Fitzroy: D. Griffin S. Zurek D. Stevenson J. MacKay J. Farrell J. Pitts NOBS/ St Pats 4.3 10.9 13.10 13.12 (90) Ivanhoe 2.2 2.3 2.7 4.9 (33) GOALS NOBS/ St Pats: H. Christie 3 T. Newton 2 M. Tehan 2 B. Lawty 2 C. Dynon 1 A. Vincent 1 A. Brennan 1 P. Doolan 1 Ivanhoe: M. Barry 2 P. Milesi 2 BEST NOBS/ St Pats: P. Doolan P. Daniels S. Clinch A. Brennan T. Newton A. Vincent Ivanhoe: O. Scott A. Athorne J. Greensides M. Wilkin A. Gordon B. Walters Prahran Assumption 2.0 6.4 6.4 10.5 (65) De La Salle 2.4 2.6 3.10 4.10 (34) GOALS Prahran Assumption: C. Berger 3 S. Cooper 3 M. Ploenges 2 N. Gouin 1 C. Racovalis 1 De La Salle: J. Mannix 2 T. Kovarik 1 S. Byers 1 BEST Prahran Assumption: J. Storer N. Mitchell G. Scott N. Gouin S. Cooper M. Ploenges De La Salle: L. Bowden T. Donegan B. Hughes T. Bellomo W. Dwyer J. Mannix ST BERNARDS v. WILLIAMSTOWN CYMS St Bernards won by forfeit. Old Xaverians 4.2 7.5 11.7 13.9 (87) Old Melburnians 4.2 7.3 9.4 12.6 (78) GOALS Old Xaverians: J. McDonnell 5 S. Chester 3 C. McIntyre 2 N. Quinn 2 S. Skidmore 1 Old Melburnians: T. Code 6 A. Clark 2 E. Cooper 2 H. Tomlinson 1 T. McCredie 1 BEST Old Xaverians: J. McDonnell C. McIntyre T. Silk D. Higgins S. Chester D. Tehan Old Melburnians: S. Galbraith T. Code A. Clark A. Pannifex A. Ray D. Milledge

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“Green and Tans” to defeat the brown and gold of Kew. Old Geelong should win well over Old Paradians whose running fitness will be tested on the wide wings of Como Park. Although Bulleen Templestowe’s season has not gone to plan, they should take the points against a confident Richmond “Snakes”. The afternoon match should provide a guide to the finals as fourth placed Richmond “Cardinals” play second placed Therry Penola. The “Cardinals” if they are going to win must play out the four quarters unlike what they did at Bundoora last Saturday. I also doubt that the “Snakes” can nullify Ray. Steer for the whole match and Adam Carroll should control the aerial duels to give Therry Penola runners first use of the ball.

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Hawthorn 6.4 7.8 10.10 13.10 (88) Old Geelong 1.2 4.3 4.4 7.8 (50) GOALS Hawthorn: T. Demetriou 6 G. Dellaportas 2 P. Doubakis 2 C. Terzoglou 1 A. Demetriou 1 N. Damilatis 1 Old Geelong: W. Dungey 3 T. Claeys 1 Z. Taylor 1 T. Bayles 1 J. Cole 1 BEST Hawthorn: A. Stavridis C. Armatas T. Demetriou P. Doubakis N. Criticos J. Rieve Old Geelong: T. Fyshe W. Dungey Z. Taylor T. Claeys C. Waters R. Buckley Richmond Central Cardinals 2.2 5.4 7.7 12.11 (83) Old Paradians 1.0 3.2 5.5 5.5 (35) GOALS Richmond Central Cardinals: S. D’Arcy 3 G. Cartwright 3 S. Dufour 2 C. Collins 1 A. Bowen 1 M. Reuvecamp 1 T. Bartel 1 Old Paradians: T. Walsh 2 A. Spinoso 1 E. Abdullah 1 D. Salvatico 1 BEST Richmond Central Cardinals: G. Cartwright P. Iser C. Logan S. Dufour A. Bowen L. McKenzie Old Paradians: D. Salvatico D. Garoffolo M. Cardinale D. Murray A. Tenson T. Walsh Therry Penola 0.0 0.0 0.0 15.13 (103) UHS-VU 0.0 0.0 0.0 4.8 (32) GOALS Therry Penola: R. Steer 8 P. Smith 2 J. McQueen 2 J. Sacco 1 M. Helm 1 S. Bannister 1 UHS-VU: L. St Clair 1 A. O’Callaghan 1 S. Smits 1 R. Williamson 1 BEST Therry Penola: M. Helm J. Sacco R. Steer S. Bannister A. Carroll J. Vernali UHS-VU: P. Russo S. Fitzgerald D. Menzel C. Terry A. O’Callaghan A. Milicevic Eley Park Sharks 3.2 6.7 13.10 18.11 (119) Bulleen Templestowe 5.3 9.3 11.3 16.4 (100) GOALS Eley Park Sharks: S. Kertes 6 N. Bahnsen 5 N. Greenhalf 3 D. Ratcliffe 1 D. Beach 1 B. McKenzie 1 J. Fisher 1 Bulleen Templestowe: R. Williams 5 J. Meng 2 N. Lagarrigle 2 M. Daskalou 2 R. Rametta 1 M. Silvaggio 1 J. Alevizos 1 M. Cowell 1 A. Tehan 1 BEST Eley Park Sharks: B. Norbert I. Gridchin N. Bahnsen S. Kertes N. Greenhalf A. Quantrell Bulleen Templestowe: A. Tehan M. Cowell A. Greco R. Rametta N. Lagarrigle Richmond Central Snakes 4.1 5.2 11.6 15.11 (101) Kew 3.2 5.6 6.6 8.7 (55) GOALS Richmond Central Snakes: R. Coslovich 5 D. Simpson 3 A. Gooley 2 D. Fleming 2 G. Fatouros 1 R. Riddell 1 J. Hossack 1 Kew: A. Quinn 2 S. Coles 1 M. Calvi 1 N. Bennett 1 A. Youssef 1 S. Healey 1 D. Facciolo 1 BEST Richmond Central Snakes: J. Fegan G. Hatten R. Coslovich P. Poonasamy S. Bell D. Daniels Kew: R. Spillane B. Spitzer A. Quinn A. Acfield P. Rees S. Tyson

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VAFA PREMIERSHIP LADDERS 2012 PREMIER C Marcellin Parkdale Vultures Fitzroy Old Camberwell Mazenod PEGS Banyule Rupertswood Monash Blues Hampton Rovers

DIVISION TWO P W L 11 9 2 11 8 2 11 8 3 11 6 4 11 6 5 11 6 5 11 5 6 11 5 6 11 1 10 11 0 11

D 0 1 0 1 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 1038 986 1053 982 932 966 1010 932 713 481

A 617 776 797 715 698 877 924 984 985 1720

% 168.23 127.06 132.12 137.34 133.52 110.15 109.31 94.72 72.39 27.97

Pts 36 34 32 26 24 24 20 20 4 0

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 943 1064 1034 823 741 676 815 578 536 223

A 413 483 476 670 687 748 680 840 941 1495

% 228.33 220.29 217.23 122.84 107.86 90.37 119.85 68.81 56.96 14.92

Pts 44 36 36 24 24 20 16 16 4 0

D 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

B 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

FF 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

F 1314 1001 1089 759 816 879 599 503

A 499 591 580 788 863 898 1339 1439

% 263.33 169.37 187.76 96.32 94.55 97.88 44.73 34.95

Pts 44 36 32 20 20 12 12 4

D 0 0 0 0 1 0 1 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 1215 1474 1265 1340 1002 873 1050 828 767 735

A 800 684 827 936 834 1100 918 1400 1432 1618

% 151.88 215.5 152.96 143.16 120.14 79.36 114.38 59.14 53.56 45.43

Pts 44 40 32 32 26 24 22 8 8 4

FF 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

F 1531 1039 1131 1096 858 864 908 678 521 207

A 462 696 633 617 717 767 877 876 1147 2041

% 331.39 149.28 178.67 177.63 119.67 112.65 103.53 77.4 45.42 10.14

Pts 48 32 28 28 28 28 24 16 8 0

PREMIER C RESERVES Fitzroy Old Camberwell Marcellin Monash Blues Banyule PEGS Mazenod Parkdale Vultures Rupertswood Hampton Rovers

P W L 11 11 0 11 9 2 11 9 2 11 6 5 11 6 5 11 5 6 11 4 7 11 4 7 11 1 10 11 0 11

Fitzroy St Kevins Old Camberwell Mazenod Banyule Marcellin Old Mentonians Whitefriars

P W L 12 11 1 12 10 2 12 8 4 12 8 4 12 6 5 12 6 6 12 5 6 12 2 10 12 2 10 12 1 11

DIVISION ONE RESERVES Old Geelong Whitefriars Peninsula Ormond MHSOB Williamstown CYMS Old Mentonians NOBs/St Pats Glen Eira St Johns

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P W L 12 12 0 12 8 4 12 7 5 12 7 5 12 7 5 12 7 5 12 6 6 12 4 8 12 2 10 12 0 12

D 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 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 1257 1317 1047 824 997 1034 703 795 882 622

A 750 725 846 726 896 982 1103 1157 1106 1241

% 167.6 181.66 123.76 113.5 111.27 105.3 63.74 68.71 79.75 50.12

Pts 44 40 32 32 28 24 18 12 10 0

Bulleen Templestowe Old Paradians Therry Penola Prahran Assumption Monash Gryphons Eltham Collegians St Mary’s Salesian La Trobe University Emmaus St Leos South Melb Districts

P W L 12 11 1 12 10 2 12 8 4 12 7 4 12 7 4 12 5 7 12 4 8 12 3 9 12 2 10 12 2 10

D 0 0 0 1 1 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 1206 965 979 898 919 649 700 588 599 570

A 487 490 633 615 805 922 892 1132 1006 1091

% 247.64 196.94 154.66 146.02 114.16 70.39 78.48 51.94 59.54 52.25

Pts 44 40 32 30 30 20 16 12 8 8

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

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 1501 1184 1175 1094 990 980 999 1228 960 793 621 647

A 756 801 911 1102 849 973 1030 1102 919 1224 1285 1220

% 198.54 147.82 128.98 99.27 116.61 100.72 96.99 111.43 104.46 64.79 48.33 53.03

Pts 44 40 36 28 26 24 24 22 18 16 8 2

F 1245 1300 1214 1044 960 884 783 856 669 566 504 405

A 431 496 681 541 610 938 823 783 1175 1396 1250 1306

% 288.86 262.1 178.27 192.98 157.38 94.24 95.14 109.32 56.94 40.54 40.32 31.01

Pts 44 44 40 32 32 28 24 20 8 8 4 4

DIVISION THREE

DIVISION ONE NOBs/St Pats Peninsula Whitefriars Old Geelong Old Mentonians MHSOB Ormond Glen Eira Williamstown CYMS St Johns

P W L 12 11 1 12 10 2 12 8 4 12 8 4 12 7 5 12 6 6 12 4 7 12 3 9 12 2 9 12 0 12

DIVISION TWO RESERVES

PREMIER C THIRDS P W L 10 10 0 11 9 2 11 8 3 11 5 6 10 5 5 11 3 8 12 3 9 12 1 11

Bulleen Templestowe Eltham Collegians Prahran Assumption Old Paradians Therry Penola Monash Gryphons St Mary’s Salesian Emmaus St Leos South Melb Districts La Trobe University

D 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

B 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

Yarra Valley Ivanhoe UHS-VU Aquinas Kew St Francis Xavier Richmond Central Elsternwick Albert Park Hawthorn Old Westbourne Power House

P W L 12 11 1 12 10 2 12 9 3 12 7 5 12 6 5 12 6 6 12 6 6 12 5 6 12 4 7 12 4 8 12 2 10 12 0 11

DIVISION THREE RESERVES Kew Yarra Valley UHS-VU St Francis Xavier Ivanhoe Albert Park Richmond Central Aquinas Hawthorn Elsternwick Power House Old Westbourne

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

W 11 11 10 8 8 7 6 5 2 2 1 1

L 1 1 2 4 4 5 6 7 10 10 11 11

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

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

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

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VAFA PREMIERSHIP LADDERS 2012 DIVISION FOUR P W L South Mornington 12 12 0 Swinburne University 12 10 2 Eley Park Sharks 12 9 3 Point Cook 12 8 4 North Brunswick 12 5 7 West Brunswick 12 5 7 Manningham Cobras 12 5 7 Mt Lilydale 12 4 8 Box Hill North 12 2 10 Chadstone 12 0 12

UNDER 19 PREMIER 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 1690 1281 1271 1385 1185 1008 1021 899 934 622

A 549 781 949 1164 1026 1043 1107 1216 1624 1837

% 307.83 164.02 133.93 118.99 115.5 96.64 92.23 73.93 57.51 33.86

Pts 48 40 36 32 20 20 20 16 8 0

F 1454 1455 1407 1214 1177 865 506 683 561 202

A 379 517 422 584 1003 776 1346 1202 1118 2198

% 383.64 281.43 333.41 207.88 117.35 111.47 37.59 56.82 50.18 9.19

Pts 44 40 36 36 28 28 14 8 6 0

D 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 1 0

B 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

FF 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

CLUB XVIII (1) Old Xaverians Old Melburnians NOBS/ St Pats De La Salle Prahran Assumption St Bernards Ivanhoe Monash Blues Williamstown CYMS Fitzroy Old Ivanhoe Therry Penola

P W L 12 12 0 10 8 2 12 9 3 11 7 4 12 8 4 11 6 5 12 5 7 11 4 7 9 3 6 11 1 10 7 1 6 12 1 11

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

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

FF 0 2 0 1 0 1 0 0 1 1 0 0

F 1679 1323 808 1142 974 870 835 724 620 601 460 451

A 421 505 743 615 600 847 1007 866 1020 1188 1193 1527

% 398.81 261.98 108.75 185.69 162.33 102.72 82.92 83.6 60.78 50.59 38.56 29.54

Pts 48 40 36 32 32 28 20 16 16 8 4 4

P W L 12 11 1 12 10 2 11 9 2 12 9 3 12 5 7 12 4 8 12 4 8 12 3 9 11 3 8 12 1 11

D 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

B 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

FF 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

F 1520 1409 1277 1162 713 885 758 600 505 453

A 578 477 553 565 785 1144 1085 1321 1485 1301

% 262.98 295.39 230.92 205.66 90.83 77.36 69.86 45.42 34.01 34.82

Pts 44 40 40 36 20 16 16 12 12 4

P W L 12 10 1 12 8 2 12 6 4 12 6 4 12 5 6 12 1 9 12 0 10

D 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

B 1 2 2 2 1 2 2

FF 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

F 1023 878 773 698 818 356 301

A 480 467 456 591 564 1098 1191

% 213.12 188.01 169.52 118.1 145.04 32.42 25.27

Pts 44 40 32 32 24 12 8

CLUB XVIII (2) Hawthorn Therry Penola Old Geelong Richmond Cardinals Old Paradians Bulleen Templestowe Kew Richmond Snakes Eley Park Sharks UHS-VU

UNDER 18 Werribee Districts Oakleigh Rupertswood St Mary’s Salesian St Bernards Williamstown CYMS UHS-VU / Flemington

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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 1483 1436 1120 1295 990 862 1024 712 639 475

A 529 627 746 750 1068 1147 944 1240 1371 1647

% 280.34 229.03 150.13 172.67 92.7 75.15 108.47 57.42 46.61 28.84

Pts 44 44 36 32 28 20 16 16 4 0

B 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

FF 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

F 1040 965 901 846 976 765 891 667

A 603 595 800 894 873 795 1255 1236

% 172.47 162.18 112.62 94.63 111.8 96.23 71 53.96

Pts 36 36 28 28 24 24 12 4

D 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 0

B 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

FF 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

F 1346 978 975 1048 724 689 572 525

A 623 575 646 748 1044 852 1228 1291

% 216.05 170.09 150.93 140.11 69.35 80.87 46.58 40.67

Pts 40 34 34 28 20 16 16 4

D 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

B 1 1 1 1 1 1 0 1

FF 0 0 3 0 0 2 0 0

F 1255 1021 1047 1011 920 867 214 274

A 443 637 689 707 843 1105 519 1688

% 283.3 160.28 151.96 143 109.13 78.46 41.23 16.23

Pts 44 36 36 28 20 16 4 4

D 0 0 0 1 0 1 0 0

B 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

FF 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

F 1342 1231 1207 1186 1111 954 439 374

A 592 594 721 888 1012 854 1425 1779

% 226.69 207.24 167.41 133.56 109.78 111.71 30.81 21.02

Pts 40 40 32 26 24 18 8 4

UNDER 19 SECTION 2

DIVISION FOUR RESERVES P W L South Mornington 12 11 1 Eley Park Sharks 11 9 2 West Brunswick 12 9 3 Swinburne University 12 9 3 Point Cook 12 7 5 North Brunswick 12 7 5 Manningham Cobras 12 3 8 Box Hill North 12 2 10 Mt Lilydale 11 1 9 Chadstone 12 0 12

P W L 12 11 1 12 11 1 12 9 3 St Bedes/Mentone Tigers 12 8 4 University Blues 12 7 5 Old Melburnians 12 5 7 Old Scotch 12 4 8 Beaumaris 12 4 8 Fitzroy 12 1 11 University Blacks 12 0 12

De La Salle Old Xaverians St Bernards

St Kevins Old Brighton Caulfield Gramm Werribee Districts Old Haileybury Old Trinity Old Carey Marcellin

P W L 12 9 3 12 9 3 12 7 5 12 7 5 12 6 6 12 6 6 12 3 9 12 1 11

D 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

UNDER 19 SECTION 3 Northern Blues Collegians Mazenod Old Camberwell Old Xaverians PEGS Ormond St Bernards

P W L 12 10 2 12 9 2 12 8 3 12 7 5 12 5 7 12 4 8 12 3 9 12 1 11

UNDER 19 NORTH Ivanhoe Old Geelong Williamstown CYMS Therry Penola La Trobe University MHSOB AJAX Emmaus St Leos

P W 12 10 12 8 9 5 12 6 11 4 10 1 3 1 8 0

L 1 3 3 5 6 8 2 7

UNDER 19 SOUTH P W L 12 10 2 12 10 2 12 8 4 St Bedes/Mentone Tigers 12 6 5 St Mary’s Salesian 12 6 6 Monash Blues 12 4 7 Hampton Rovers 12 2 10 Beaumaris 12 1 11

De La Salle Parkdale Vultures Peninsula

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WINNING EDGE CLUB CHAMPIONSHIP Club

Senior

Reserve U19/U18

Old Xaverians

40

16

33

Club XVIII/Thirds

Total

12

101

Ivanhoe AFC

40

16

33

5

94

St Kevins OB

36

22

27

7.5

92.5

Old Geelong

32

24

27

9.5

92.5

De La Salle OC

32

20

33

6

91

Collegians

36

14

28.5

8

86.5

Therry Penola

28

16

24

11

79

Peninsula OB

40

14

24

0

78

Old Brighton Grammarians

24

18

27

8

77

9

Old Camberwell Grammarians

26

18

21

Parkdale Vultures

34

9

30

St Bernards

30

12

27

74 73

4

73

VAFA PREMIERSHIP LADDERS 2012 PREMIER

PREMIER B

P W L Old Xaverians 11 10 1 Collegians 11 9 2 De La Salle 11 8 3 Old Carey 11 6 5 Old Scotch 11 6 5 St Bernards 11 5 6 University Blues 11 4 7 St Bedes/Mentone Tigers 11 4 7 Old Trinity 11 3 8 Caulfield Grammarians 11 0 11

D 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

B 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

FF 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

F 1047 1102 1030 940 942 932 795 894 838 680

A 701 832 779 828 852 1051 929 1083 986 1159

% 149.36 132.45 132.22 113.53 110.56 88.68 85.58 82.55 84.99 58.67

Pts 40 36 32 24 24 20 16 16 12 0

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 784 818 758 767 869 838 598 580 596 429

A 519 495 585 594 697 673 664 829 852 1129

% 151.06 165.25 129.57 129.12 124.68 124.52 90.06 69.96 69.95 38

Pts 40 32 28 28 24 24 24 8 8 4

D 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

B 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 2 2

FF 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

F 961 807 782 627 705 601 457 453 188

A 340 498 568 562 586 843 732 812 763

% 282.65 162.05 137.68 111.57 120.31 71.29 62.43 55.79 24.64

Pts 44 32 32 28 24 20 16 16 8

PREMIER RESERVES P W L De La Salle 11 10 1 Old Xaverians 11 8 3 University Blues 11 7 4 Collegians 11 7 4 Caulfield Grammarians 11 6 5 Old Scotch 11 6 5 St Bernards 11 6 5 Old Trinity 11 2 9 Old Carey 11 2 9 St Bedes/Mentone Tigers 11 1 10

Old Xaverians University Blues Collegians Old Scotch De La Salle Caulfield Grammarians St Bernards Old Carey Old Trinity

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P W L 11 9 2 11 9 2 11 8 3 11 7 4 11 6 5 11 6 5 11 4 7 11 4 7 11 1 10 11 1 10

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 1088 1147 1096 1014 863 884 849 885 742 657

A 688 789 741 889 835 856 925 1116 1194 1192

% 158.14 145.37 147.91 114.06 103.35 103.27 91.78 79.3 62.14 55.12

Pts 36 36 32 28 24 24 16 16 4 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 1162 1111 1021 1087 868 771 621 414 514 489

A 411 377 507 568 674 917 988 1314 1087 1215

% 282.73 294.69 201.38 191.37 128.78 84.08 62.85 31.51 47.29 40.25

Pts 44 36 36 28 28 16 12 12 8 0

D 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

B 0 0 0 0 1 1 1 0

FF 1 2 1 1 1 0 0 0

F 1256 1071 925 869 657 754 544 383

A 591 666 697 808 715 867 1174 1173

% 212.52 160.81 132.71 107.55 91.89 86.97 46.34 32.65

Pts 32 32 32 28 28 20 12 0

PREMIER B RESERVES St Kevins University Blacks Old Brighton Old Melburnians Beaumaris Old Haileybury AJAX Old Ivanhoe Werribee Districts Oakleigh

P W L 11 11 0 11 9 2 11 9 2 11 7 4 11 7 4 11 4 7 11 3 8 11 3 8 11 2 9 11 0 11

PREMIER B THIRDS

PREMIER THIRDS P W 11 10 11 7 11 7 11 6 11 5 11 4 11 3 11 2 11 0

University Blacks St Kevins Beaumaris Old Melburnians Old Haileybury Old Brighton Werribee Districts AJAX Oakleigh Old Ivanhoe

L 0 3 3 4 5 6 7 7 9

St Kevins Old Xaverians Old Brighton Old Melburnians University Blacks Northern Blues AJAX Oakleigh

P W 10 7 10 6 10 7 10 6 10 5 12 4 9 2 6 0

L 3 4 3 4 4 7 6 6

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