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EDITORIAL

Michael Sholly

FROM OLYMPICS TO FOOTBALL AMATEURISM PREVAILS Over the past month there has been a feast of sport in Europe, with many employers conscious of their tired employees whilst trying to mask their own fatigue; Wimbledon, the Tour de France, major championship golf and even Casey Stoner and Mark Webber have many of us burning the candle at both ends. With the London 2012 Olympic Games commencing this weekend the tired and glazed over look on people’s faces are set to continue for another fortnight. The original Olympic ideals of amateurism have been replicated in amateur sport around the globe and in our competition prevail today. Many educators believe that sport forms an important part of education, the inference being that a sound mind needs a sound body. The belief was that man needed to exude all-round skills and attributes and not just be best at one thing in order to be successful in life. This is one of the reasons professionals were excluded from the Olympics until the 1980’s. The amateur ethos has survived at the VAFA where the same principles of the all-rounder survive. Amateur status was valued and thought to be the way to determine a true sportsman. Examples of how important amateur status was to an athlete or footballer and the officials running a competition are scattered through the past. Most notable was American Jim Thorpe whose 1912 Stockholm Olympic Gold medals for decathlon and pentathlon were stripped from him as evidence was submitted that Thorpe received money from participating in professional sports. Thorpe’s honours from 1912 were finally restored in 1982, thirty years after his death. Amateur football was no different, as many players who left their amateur club to play at VFL level continued to play for no money in order to retain their amateur status so that one day they could return to play in the VAFA. Indeed amateurism was so scrutinised that if you were a physical education teacher, you were deemed ineligible to play in the VAFA as you were receiving a salary derived from sport. These restrictions were not changed until similar changes to rulings were made

for the Olympics. This mentality was mirrored in the Olympics when for the 1936 Garmisch-Partenkirchen Games in Germany, the International Ski Federation (FIS) decided that ski instructors could not compete because they were professionals, and the Olympics were meant for amateur athletes only. The VAFA is proud of our amateur link to the Olympic Games and we are incredibly proud of our players who have represented Australia at the games. On the website we have been running stories this week on some of these athletes. We have one current player, Christian Ryan, who has made a comeback to football with North Old Boys / St Pats after a brilliant rowing career. Christian won a sliver medal in the bow seat in the Men’s Eight at the Sydney Olympic Games in 2000. In that crew was Mike Mackay who played with Old Xaverians in the late eighties before becoming a member of the gold winning Oarsome Foursome in the 1992 Barcelona and 1996 Atlanta Games in the coxless four. At these two Olympic Games, the crew had five representatives and incredibly three of these played football in the VAFA. Along with Mackay, James Tomkins played for Old Carey and Old Brighton and Andrew Cooper played with Old Brighton. The biggest story of the 1968 Olympic Games in Mexico was the gesture by 200 metre gold medallist Tommie Smith and bronze medallist John Carlos showing their black power salute. The silver medallist from that race was dashing West Brunswick wingman Peter Norman and he supported the two Americans by wearing an Olympic Project for Human Rights badge on his tracksuit. Of course the VAFA had a major presence at the 1956 Melbourne Olympics when the VAFA played an exhibition football match on the MCG against amateur players from the VFL and VFA. Surprising many but not the VAFA supporters, we won the match 12.9.81 to 8.7.55. The VAFA was captained by Geoff Hibbins of Collegians and the VFL by Denis Cordner from Melbourne and formerly Old Melburnians. For more information regarding the VAFA and our links to the Olympics click onto vafa.com.au.

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Andrew Leonard

BATTLE OF TWO HALVES When checking the live scores app for scores from around the grounds on Saturday it appeared that three of the four lower placed sides were a chance of upsetting their higher placed opposition. However by the end of the day regular service had resumed, with all four higher placed sides recording good wins. Then on Sunday at quarter time it look like ninth placed Old Trinity had come to play against the third placed De La Salle as they led at the first change before an avalanche of goals from De La Salle ensured that Round 12 would be remembered as the week the top five asserted themselves over the bottom half of the section. St Bedes / Mentone Tigers arrived at Toorak Park to find excellent conditions for football and they started the game brilliantly kicking three goals in the opening three minutes to the main grandstand end of the ground. A six goal to one quarter ensued, and with the first two goals of the second quarter sending the margin out to 40 points a major upset was on the cards. But Xaverians are on a mission this year and as they did against St Bernards two weeks prior, their stronger bodies started to outmuscle the lightly framed Tigers. Firstly reducing the deficit to four goals at the long break, then arresting control in the third term to lead by a point at three quarter time and finally running on to win by five goals. Matt Handley kicked four but was shaded by the performance of his younger understudy, Pat Ambrose who kicked three. Matt Ball lead from the front and had Brad Rogerson, Nick Wynne and Michael Darvell all in support. For the Tigers the three Wintle brothers were strong contributors as was U19 Big V Captain Dan Garside. Old Scotch needed a win and they could have been excused for feeling nervous at half time against Caulfield Grammarians. It was a low scoring contest and importantly Grammarians had the lead at the long break. The second half was more of a reflection on where the sides 2

were placed, led by Richard Eva (2 goals) and Tom McKinley (4) Old Scotch kicked nine-goalsto-five after half time to overrun the home side and keep in touch with the four. It was another good display from Caulfield without getting the result and there is no doubt they will be a side to be reckoned with next year, albeit in Premier B. Max Slonim was their best, kicking another three goals, the 30 point margin suggests the Fields are not far away from a win this year. The game that was hardest to predict, it was the visiting Old Carey who registered a win against St Bernards at the Snakepit to hold on to fourth spot from Old Scotch on percentage. Both sides looked to have enjoyed their week off in a first half arm wrestle where skill errors and the unlucky bounce of the ball cost both sides on occasions. St Bernards missed a host of chances at the end of the first quarter that would have given them a bigger buffer to defend, and another tight quarter in the second saw the Snowdogs lead narrowly at half time. Old Carey came out firing in the third term. The powerful kicking of Julian Rowe and Cam Howat, and strong bodies of James Rimington and Matthew Laidlaw were too much for a younger St Bernards side. Laidlaw kicked three of his five goals for the day in the third quarter in which the Panthers kicked eight to blow the game open. Tom Caven was outstanding at half back for the home side but he alone couldn’t stop the onslaught. The final quarter was a fizzer and a final margin of 35 points was all courtesy of that third quarter blitz. In good conditions at Harry Trott it was surprising to see such a lopsided score line, with both sides inaccurate kicking costing them throughout the afternoon. This was highlighted in the second quarter when Collegians kicked 2.9 for the term. The most costly quarter for Uni Blues was the last when they scored 2.5 for the quarter but the game was dusted at that stage. James Jorgenson TODAY SELECTIONS IN BOLD 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

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and Shura Taft each booted three goals for the home side and Andrew Scott kicked ‘behind of the year’, spinning one way then the other to snap through a minor score. Peter Summers put in another solid display for the visitors – look out at the club B&F later this year – but it was all to no avail as Collegians extended the margin at every change to win by an even 50 points. This week the games take on some extra significance as both Old Scotch and Old Carey confront difficult matches in their bid for finals action. Old Scotch travel south to St Bedes / Mentone Tigers in Inner FM’s match of the day (96.5FM). The Tigers, matched it with the top side the previous week for a half and will fancy themselves at home to the Cardinals. Having made the mistake of tipping against SBMTs at home a few weeks ago, I will not repeat it – the home side to win in an upset. Old Carey host Old Xaverians on Sunday at Sportscover Arena (also a broadcast game) and after watching Xaverians

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Collegians 4.3 6.12 9.16 13.22 (100) University Blues 2.2 2.5 4.9 6.14 (50) GOALS Collegians: J. Jorgensen 3 S. Taft 3 L. Ferguson 2 N. Ries 2 J. Kondarovswkis 1 A. Croft 1 C. Lee 1 University Blues: A. Austin 2 J. Watts 2 A. Christensen 1 A. Lowck 1 BEST Collegians: A. Scott T. Zimbachs J. Bull C. Lee J. Kamener C. Holst University Blues: P. Summers H. Weddell S. Bryce D. Zambon M. Rippon M. Monteith Old Scotch 3.4 3.7 8.12 12.18 (90) Caulfield Grammarians 2.1 4.3 8.4 9.6 (60) GOALS Old Scotch: T. McKinley 4 R. Eva 2 J. Davis 2 E. Walmsley 1 N. Jamieson 1 G. van den Broek 1 L. Schumann 1 Caulfield Grammarians: M. Slonim 3 B. Sinclair 2 C. Williams 1 B. Price 1 S. Widjaja 1 L. O’Keefe 1 BEST Old Scotch: R. Eva M. Burns R. Ferraro T. McKinley G. van den Broek S. Thompson Caulfield Grammarians: M. Slonim D. O’Keefe M. Nelson B. Sinclair C. Game G. Winter Old Xaverians 1.2 6.4 11.6 15.11 (101) St Bedes / Mentone Tigers 7.2 10.3 11.5 11.5 (71) GOALS Old Xaverians: M. Handley 4 P. Ambrose 3 M. Darvell 2 B. Goss 1 J. Williams 1 J. Mercuri 1 L. Tiernan 1 L. Smith 1 L. Howard 1 St Bedes / Mentone Tigers: L. Terrell 2 S. Glennen 2 M. Curcio 2 G. Rowlands 1 A. Cross 1 D. Holden 1 M. Wintle 1 P. Kean 1 BEST Old Xaverians: P. Ambrose J. Shaw B. Rogerson M. Ball A. Ryan M. Darvell St Bedes / Mentone Tigers: D. Garside M. Wintle S. Glennen D. Waters L. Wintle P. Wintle Old Carey 2.2 6.4 14.6 15.11 (101) St Bernards 2.8 6.12 7.15 8.18 (66) GOALS Old Carey: M. Laidlaw 4 D. Yze 3 P. Fiorenza 2 B. Huf 1 J. Rimington 1 R. Josephs 1 S. Freemantle 1 C. Howat 1 W. Cushen 1 St Bernards: D. Byrne 2 L. O’Sullivan 1 D. Riley 1 N. Cooke 1 D. Wall 1 B. George 1 L. Wilkinson 1 BEST Old Carey: J. Rowe C. Howat B. Smithwick P. Fiorenza J. Murrie M. Laidlaw St Bernards: T. Caven A. Van Meel L. Wilkinson C. Peart A. Singleton M. Borzillo De La Salle 4.0 12.3 20.6 27.14 (176) Old Trinity 5.1 6.2 6.11 7.14 (56) GOALS De La Salle: L. Harrison 7 J. Grifiths 3 L. Semmel 2 J. Gotch 2 T. Kovess 2 J. Vickers 2 B. Humphrey 2 M. Moore 2 S. Haslem 2 S. Pickett 2 D. Lowe 1 Old Trinity: D. Chamberlain 2 R. Humann 1 A. Kyriacopoulos 1 J. Hunt 1 N. Chamberlain 1 T. Walsh 1 BEST De La Salle: L. Harrison J. Gotch J. Vickers L. Semmel D. Lowe A. Kneebone Old Trinity: R. Humann G. Hamilton L. Pacconi K. Butler B. Barratt A. Ramsden

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last week I get the feeling that a loss is around the corner. Six games to go is as good a time as any, so in another upset, I am siding with the Panthers. Old Trinity host Collegians at Daley Oval and despite a 20 goal loss to De La, Trinity will fair better at home, although probably not enough to knock off Collegians. University Blues and St Bernards is a battle for mid table supremacy and I can see Blues winning this game at home. De La Salle might try to better their 20 goal win last week against Caulfield at home, but I can’t imagine an improving Caulfield lying down, having said that, De La Salle to win comfortably. For the latest on #VAFAPrem football follow @LennyVAFA on Twitter.

PREMIER RESERVE University Blues 2.3 5.4 8.5 12.7 (79) Collegians 4.0 5.1 6.3 9.5 (59) GOALS University Blues: M. Maltman 4 J. Mugavin 2 H. Hanlon 2 S. Driscoll 1 C. Shaw 1 M. Leishman 1 L. Quin 1 Collegians: B. Riddle 2 C. Bonnar 2 C. Lyon 1 M. Willmott 1 S. Cutts 1 J. Clark 1 D. Maddk 1 BEST University Blues: M. Maltman J. Mugavin A. Nice T. Girdwood C. Shaw H. Hanlon Collegians: B. Riddle M. Williams J. Head S. Hall S. Inglis D. Maddk Old Scotch 2.3 8.5 12.6 15.9 (99) Caulfield Grammarians 1.1 4.3 5.5 7.6 (48) GOALS Old Scotch: N. Allen 5 M. Seed 3 R. Wilkinson 2 A. Tummel 2 J. Halbert 1 T. Keck 1 M. Davis 1 Caulfield Grammarians: A. Strain 2 T. Yelland 2 A. Clarke 1 T. Nixon 1 D. Allanson 1 BEST Old Scotch: S. Muggleton N. Allen M. Seed J. Furey T. Auty A. van Ryn Caulfield Grammarians: S. Dickson A. Clarke P. Mayes S. Howard T. Yelland T. Nixon Old Xaverians 5.4 10.8 13.12 20.15 (135) St Bedes / Mentone Tigers 1.0 3.0 4.2 5.3 (33) GOALS Old Xaverians: M. Hannan 5 C. Larkins 4 M. Douglas 3 B. Kennedy 3 M. Romanin 2 J. Bergin 1 J. Curtis 1 D. Harangozo 1 St Bedes / Mentone Tigers: S. Kidd 2 D. Sceney 1 L. Porter 1 N. Seeber 1 BEST Old Xaverians: M. Douglas M. Romanin S. Lees D. Harangozo J. Douglas B. Kennedy St Bedes / Mentone Tigers: L. Stutterd C. Neville J. Murnane A. Vandenblink M. Pitt S. Kidd St Bernards 2.0 6.3 9.4 11.9 (75) Old Carey 1.1 3.2 5.3 7.4 (46) GOALS St Bernards: C. Mitchell 3 S. Clarke 2 J. Forder 2 J. Evans 1 D. Lamanna 1 J. King 1 L. Cookson 1 Old Carey: T. Angus 4 M. Bull 1 S. Lenders 1 S. Bramwell 1 BEST St Bernards: H. Carland B. Peart P. Harris J. King S. Clarke C. Mitchell Old Carey: L. Hall T. Newton L. Cooney A. Bird L. Marriott B. Fordham De La Salle 4.5 7.8 10.11 15.17 (107) Old Trinity 2.1 3.3 5.4 6.5 (41) GOALS De La Salle: N. Fyfield 4 D. Close 3 T. Parker 2 N. Hyland 1 K. Grant 1 T. McMahon 1 P. Harrison 1 B. Oakley 1 C. Kelliher 1 Old Trinity: T. Quarterman 1 W. Bowman 1 L. Piccolo 1 A. Hore-Lacy 1 M. McDonald 1 S. Cade 1 BEST De La Salle: J. Phillips T. Parker R. Harris M. Nankervis J. Harris N. Fyfield Old Trinity: M. Burgess J. Petdro D. Coulsen-Hoffacker M. Cooper S. Meighan L. Piccolo

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PREMIER B

Di Langton

FIFTY SHADES OF B GRADE After a fairly soft performance against Old Haileybury, Uni Blacks dominated Werribee last week with a 15-goal pounding to once again assert themselves as clear ladder leaders. No time to bask in a post-game smoke, however, they come up against in-form Old Melburnians this week – the dark blues have run off those early season love handles and are tackling with fantastic gusto, to wit their steamy encounter with the Magentas showcased superior drive and vigour. The Sharks continue to cruise the competition, tearing off a bit of tri-colour trim while the ‘Tonners have unearthed a new leading lothario in Dan Anthony. The ‘Bees and Jackas have found that staying up in Premier B takes quite a bit of stamina, while the Oaks finally got some satisfaction with a win over Old Ivanhoe …who have sadly and most definitely lost their mojo. In brilliant mid-winter conditions mirrored around Melbourne, Old Brighton hosted AJAX at South Road, starting with a fairly even first term until the home side scored late majors. Ruckman Skewes gave the ‘Tonner midfielders first use, Bruin outstanding on the wing while the double-teaming on Jacka Routman stifled his usual impact. AJAX forwards Lew and Fayman kicked seven goals between them, but Old Brighton captain Jon Perrett’s four goals (three in an electric second quarter) stamped the home side’s claim to fifth pozzie with an emphatic 65 point win. Over at sunny Scammell Reserve the cellar dweller duel between Oakleigh and Old Ivanhoe started at a frantic pace, each desperate to get the early jump but accuracy suffered until both sides slowed and steadied. The Browns took a nine point lead at the lemon break and quietly maintained the upper hand through to half time, but the Krushers burst out of the sheds to 4

cut a swathe through Ivanhoe’s defences and took third term honours with a 15 point buffer. The final stanza was a rout, Ivanhoe swept aside as the Oaks kicked six in a 37 point win. Chris Lamb and Lee Barrand kicked 3 each, Steve Doherty again solid while Nick Butler (5) and Nick Gieschen were best for the Hoes. The ground at Banksia Reserve was in great shape as the battle for second spot raged between Beaumaris and St Kevins. The game ebbed and flowed with the Sharks taking the edge in the big man duels; McNicholas and Carroll rotating well while Dean (3) showed strength and class around the ground. Beauy linked up smoothly while SKOBs relied more on individual efforts, hard at the ball regardless. Jules Staffieri continues a stellar first year for St Kevins, a clear winner in defence and youngster Henry Parkes kicked four. Weight of numbers ran out however, Beaumaris well deserved winners by around 4 goals. Werribee’s horror stretch continued, managing just two goals against Uni Blacks in a forgettable game at the varsity. Ravaged by injury this year, the ‘Bees nonetheless had a quality lineup on the park, albeit young and underdone, but were found wanting in the clinches. Patterson was their stellar light, while Delahunty continued solid form for the Uni, along with Jordy Foster bagging five goals, Mahon and Matthews (3) free to run amok. The scene was beautifully set at McKinnon Reserve; streaming sunshine poured into the pre-game lunch celebrating the myriad exploits of Old Haileybury’s past players, but on the park Old Melburnians booted four goals to the hapless Blood’s six behinds - despite getting plenty of the pill. They steadied in the second but an insipid third term saw barely a tackle laid, even though TODAY SELECTIONS IN BOLD 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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OMs were down a couple of sin-binned players. Big man Ferguson toiled hard and did well when moved into the ruck, and young Seccull was amongst the few that dug deep. OM’s strongman Lachie Bennett started sluggishly but worked his way beautifully into the game to nail a number of pivotal goals as his side ran away easy 35 point winners in the end.

Old Ivanhoe best beware the siren call down at Waterworld although the Sharks may be tempted to rest a player or two, and if the Krushers harbour hope of defying relegation gravity they’ll need to tease out a win over AJAX this week. The Werribee gamekeepers will try wooing the Bloods but don’t expect a Lady Chatterley-type result and an intriguing plot thickens between

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Beaumaris 2.3 6.7 10.9 13.14 (92) St Kevins 3.3 7.4 9.6 11.8 (74) GOALS Beaumaris: T. Cumming 3 T. Dean 3 J. Thompson 2 O. Webber 1 W. Edmonds 1 A. Carroll 1 M. Lee 1 M. Howes 1 St Kevins: H. Parkes 4 P. Edgar 3 J. Marchesani 1 Z. Ginies 1 J. Gabelich 1 R. Caldow 1 BEST Beaumaris: T. Dean L. McNicholas W. Murton A. Carroll T. Buckley L. Boyd St Kevins: J. Staffieri J. Charles P. Hanley P. Edgar J. Marchesani P. Dowd Oakleigh 3.2 6.10 12.12 19.12 (126) Old Ivanhoe 4.5 8.7 10.9 13.11 (89) GOALS Oakleigh: C. Lamb 3 L. Barrand 3 J. Hind 2 S. Ott 2 G. Bennett 2 M. Harold 2 T. Scott 2 T. Doherty 1 P. Ioannidis 1 K. Hogan 1 Old Ivanhoe: N. Butler 5 P. Spurling 3 A. Baldwin 1 N. Gieschen 1 E. Spargo 1 S. Geilings 1 R. Gieschen 1 BEST Oakleigh: C. Lamb S. Doherty J. Pappon D. Cleary T. Doherty R. Holden Old Ivanhoe: N. Butler N. Gieschen M. Mitris C. Sutherland A. Baldwin E. Spargo Old Brighton 7.4 12.7 16.11 22.14 (146) AJAX 3.6 5.8 10.13 11.15 (81) GOALS Old Brighton: D. Anthony 5 M. Dewar 4 J. Perrett 4 S. Roney 3 T. Mentiplay 2 J. North 1 J. Pascoe 1 B. Gadsden 1 B. Austin 1 AJAX: J. Lew 4 D. Fayman 3 E. Routman 1 A. Kalb 1 J. Tendler 1 D. Steinberg 1 BEST Old Brighton: M. Bruin T. Skewes T. Mentiplay M. Dewar A. Dewar J. North AJAX: A. Lewin J. Lew D. Steinberg W. Steinberg J. Tendler E. Routman Old Melburnians 4.1 6.3 11.7 13.8 (86) Old Haileybury 0.6 3.9 4.11 6.15 (51) GOALS Old Melburnians: not provided Old Haileybury: T. Ridgway 2 C. Ferguson 1 P. Gleadhill 1 J. Rafferty 1 W. McTaggart 1 BEST Old Melburnians: not provided Old Haileybury: B. Seccull C. Ferguson L. Nash D. Harrison P. Gleadhill C. Millard University Blacks 4.3 7.6 13.8 16.15 (111) Werribee Districts 0.5 1.8 1.9 2.10 (22) GOALS University Blacks: J. Foster 5 J. Matthews 3 B. Mahon 2 H. Lacey 2 N. Batten 2 J. Bismire 1 A. Else 1 Werribee Districts: A. Alifraco 1 S. Callea 1 BEST University Blacks: J. Delahunty B. Mahon J. Foster T. Howgate T. Napier N. Batten Werribee Districts: L. Patterson S. Callea C. Purton J. Sargent R. Harrington W. Pelar

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Elsternwick Park. But an even more seductive encounter looms at Old Melburnian’s romantic little oval: the devilishly handsome University

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suitor eyeing off the angelic Grammar cherub that unveils surprising full-bodied maturity. Will it be another notch in Uni’s little Black Book, or could it be the Story of O? Please email your match reports, thoughts and feelings to dilangton@bigpond.com by Sunday evening.

PREMIER B RESERVE Beaumaris 3.1 5.9 8.13 10.15 (75) St Kevins 2.2 2.3 4.6 6.9 (45) GOALS Beaumaris: T. Rayner 3 K. Barnes 3 T. Pritchard 2 W. Mattingley 1 D. Pritchard 1 St Kevins: M. Lattanzio 3 M. Murphy 1 S. O’Connor 1 J. Jolly 1 BEST Beaumaris: K. Barnes J. Evans M. DeFontenay A. Catlin M. Millar T. Rayner St Kevins: J. Jolly J. Liston M. Lattanzio M. Murphy M. Shanahan G. Holland Oakleigh 7.5 11.10 15.14 20.15 (135) Old Ivanhoe 1.2 3.2 6.2 8.4 (52) GOALS Oakleigh: P. Tsoucalas 4 T. Costigan 3 A. Binns 2 T. Golik 2 A. Matthieson 2 Z. Thiessens 2 M. White 1 C. Lavery 1 J. Derks-Revere 1 S. Way 1 A. Shaw 1 Old Ivanhoe: P. Dinakis 3 S. Leggett 2 C. Nichol 1 J. Trajanovski 1 C. Georgiou 1 BEST Oakleigh: M. White A. Murray P. Tsoucalas T. Costigan A. Ashworth J. Derks-Revere Old Ivanhoe: R. Buckley S. Pearce M. Moncrieff J. Trajanovski G. Fowler P. Dinakis Old Brighton 2.0 5.2 8.6 13.13 (91) AJAX 3.2 7.4 9.6 11.8 (74) GOALS Old Brighton: D. Jennings 4 B. Blatt 2 J. Beaton 2 J. Edge 2 C. Mizzi 1 S. MacleodSmith 1 N. Graham-Bowman 1 AJAX: J. Ludski 3 J. Khen 2 A. Wollan 1 B. Michowski 1 A. Lerner 1 R. White 1 D. Klotnick 1 R. Abraham 1 BEST Old Brighton: J. Edge J. Beaton A. Gunning L. Anthony R. Eastgate S. Cramey AJAX: J. Ludski B. Caplan J. Mendies R. Abraham D. Burns J. Nevezie Old Melburnians 6.2 9.4 16.4 17.7 (109) Old Haileybury 3.0 5.3 9.4 12.9 (81) GOALS Old Melburnians: S. Kemmerer 7 E. Lloyd 3 B. McKie 2 A. Lapin 2 L. Townsing 1 S. Quennell 1 J. Siebert 1 Old Haileybury: D. Gilby 6 R. James 3 T. Tyrell 1 J. Bayard 1 M. Seccull 1 BEST Old Melburnians: P. Kennon B. McKie S. Gibbons W. Johnson C. Stubbe J. Siebert Old Haileybury: M. Seccull R. McMurray R. James J. McLauchlan D. Newby A. Kight University Blacks 6.1 13.5 24.12 28.13 (181) Werribee Districts 2.1 2.1 2.2 2.4 (16) GOALS University Blacks: J. Clarke 5 S. Lane 4 C. Roberts 4 A. Jesse 3 S. Myers 3 T. Brennan 2 M. Aitken 2 S. Yule 2 T. Howie 2 J. Keegan 1 Werribee Districts: T. Sapountzis 2 BEST University Blacks: J. Clarke M. Aitken J. Gardiner S. Myers S. Lane C. Roberts Werribee Districts: N. Morrison J. Ayling T. Morrish D. Menegazzo M. Smith L. Menegazzo

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PREMIER C

Simon Fuller

PARKDALE EARNS TOP SPOT Just another weekend round these parts in Premier C. Two of the premiership fancies were absolutely belted, the Vultures probably played their best footy of the season to earn top spot, Old Camberwell signalled their return to form with a great win and PEGS inherited the tag of the outsider most likely to take a spot in the four from Mazenod. Spirits were high at Boss James before the main game, as the Rovers’ scoobies got over the line, with a late surge, to register their first win of the season. And, had it not been for a period in the third quarter where Rupo was able to bang through seven goals in a row, the home side might have been able to challenge as well. Hampton has made the jump from borderline uncompetitive at the start of the year, to now just being let down by lapses at crucial stages during games and we now wait for them to take the final step towards sustained four quarter performances. Mitchell Gaunt has been one of the stars for Rupo throughout the season and continued his great form, young Chris Kendall got another chance in the main game and showed he belonged and Baddeley and Brennan were significant, as usual. Ritchie Atkins was enormous for the Rovers and will do their chances of a win in their remaining games no harm, if he can continue to make an impact. Speaking of teams with a penchant for costly lapses, the premiership quarter was what did the Ashes in this time at the uni, with Banyule kicking 6.2 to 1.4, turning a three goal deficit into a ten point lead and set up the win. Adam Barclay was sublime with seven goals, opening up a sizable lead in the league goalkicking race. Ash Brown contributed four and French and Cusack were others who stood up in the win. 6

Lachlan Inglis had his best game for Monash , while Patrick Featonby and Damien Hatch look like being future stars for the Blues. PEGS moved into fifth place on the ladder and couldn’t have looked more impressive, easily accounting for the ladder leaders by 67 points. It was a thorough domination by the Grammarians, increasing the margin at each break, as the Eagles just couldn’t get anything going. Trent Skurrie had a sensational game and was ably supported by Daniel Flaherty and David Forrest, with his six goals. Peter Augustin and Jarrod Carlson could hold their heads high for Marcellin, who will be keen to bounce back immediately. The Roys are another team that will look to get their mojo back following two straight big losses, the most recent being a 68 point defeat at the hands of the new top team. As PEGS managed to do against Marcellin, the Vultures won every quarter, with Fitzroy having no answer for the Bolands and Rochford and Sullivan also dominating in a scary display. The Roys would be feeling a bit shellshocked after being dismantled twice in July and, in a team with few winners, Greg Hesse stood out in his first senior game. Fitzroy has added two points for each goal they’ve managed over the past two weeks and this is something that needs to be fixed quickly. Hats off to Old Camberwell, who showed how TODAY SELECTIONS IN BOLD Banyule v Old Camberwell Hampton Rovers v Mazenod Marcellin v Fitzroy Parkdale Vultures v Monash Blues Rupertswood v PEGS

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important their current position is to them, with a great win at home against Mazenod in the clash for fourth place. After a slow start, the Wellers kicked into gear, with Jack Duke kicking six, to make it 20 from his last four starts. Phil and Simon Bennett were immense for the Wellers and Warren Carlyle stood up with a big game. Byron Bonner’s stellar season continued and Nick Thomas played a great game for the Nodders who can’t afford many more slip-ups, if they hope to make it to September. This week we’ve got Mazenod at Hampton Rovers and the Nodders will have to be on their game to get the win. They’ve got too much to play for though and they won’t let this one slip. Parkdale hosts Monash and, with the Vultures looking dominant with their full side in, they

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Parkdale Vultures 4.3 7.4 11.8 17.9 (111) Fitzroy 1.2 2.7 4.10 5.13 (43) GOALS Parkdale Vultures: M. Boland 6 D. Rhford 3 C. Ryan 2 P. Sullivan 2 B. Hampton 1 S. Hendricks 1 R. Swayn 1 D. Price 1 Fitzroy: L. Ablett 2 G. Hesse 1 C. Polidoras 1 M. Kyroussis 1 BEST Parkdale Vultures: M. Boland P. Sullivan T. Boland S. Hendricks P. Groves D. Rhford Fitzroy: G. Hesse J. O’Reilly J. Vansittart R. Angiolella J. Beech L. Ablett Rupertswood 5.0 6.1 15.7 17.11 (113) Hampton Rovers 3.0 5.4 7.7 10.11 (71) GOALS Rupertswood: L. Brennan 4 M. Wilson 3 L. Baddeley 2 M. Quigley 2 C. Kendall 2 M. Smith 2 B. Swallow 1 B. Riley 1 Hampton Rovers: N. Lyall 2 A. Ross 2 M. Care 1 J. Baxter 1 J. Wilson 1 E. Turner 1 T. Youl 1 A. Fisher 1 BEST Rupertswood: L. Baddeley B. Swallow M. Gaunt N. Egan B. Gay C. Kendall Hampton Rovers: R. Atkins J. Wilson M. Care S. Clements J. Donald A. Power Banyule 3.4 5.8 11.10 15.12 (102) Monash Blues 4.2 8.8 9.12 11.15 (81) GOALS Banyule: A. Barclay 7 A. Brown 4 K. Shepard-Mueller 2 I. Stokes 1 T. Cusack 1 Monash Blues: A. McKenzie 2 J. Taylor 2 E. Ree-Goodings 2 J. Griffiths 1 G. Taylor 1 J. Cunnington 1 D. Fuzzard 1 J. McKenzie 1 BEST Banyule: A. Barclay L. French C. Taylor T. Cusack A. Brown J. Truefeldt Monash Blues: L. Inglis J. McKenzie D. Hatch Z. Ledin D. Fuzzard P. Featonby PEGS 5.1 7.6 13.9 17.13 (115) Marcellin 1.3 1.5 4.6 7.6 (48) GOALS PEGS: D. Forrest 6 M. Wilson 3 N. Bartram 2 R. Edwards 2 C. Tzambazis 2 H. Wilson 1 A. Frazer 1 Marcellin: A. Viney 2 M. Gasparini 1 P. Millsom 1 N. Crosbie 1 M. Bortolotto 1 T. Blanch 1 BEST PEGS: T. Skurrie D. Flaherty D. Forrest S. Towner R. Jones R. Baddeley Marcellin: P. Augustin J. Carlson A. Viney M. Holmes N. Crosbie A. Lincoln Old Camberwell 1.2 6.4 10.8 13.10 (88) Mazenod 2.3 3.5 5.9 8.10 (58) GOALS Old Camberwell: J. Duke 6 S. Killworth 2 A. Clarke 1 N. Tsindos 1 W. Carlyle 1 C. Bell 1 S. Needham 1 Mazenod: C. Jayaweera 3 L. Greco 1 B. Phibbs 1 R. Thomas 1 R. Mann 1 J. Egan 1 BEST Old Camberwell: P. Bennett S. Bennett T. Beranger J. Heffernan C. Bell W. Carlyle Mazenod: B. Bonner N. Thomas T. Bourbon L. Greco T. Vallance F. Reed

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will have another win. Marcellin plays against Fitzroy, in what will be a fierce contest between third and fourth. Very difficult to pick a winner here, but I think Fitzroy might turn their recent form around and hand the Eagles their second straight loss. Banyule plays Old Camberwell at the cave and, while the Bears need the four points to keep their slim finals chances alive, I think the Wellers will knock them off. Finally we’ve got PEGS travelling to Rupertswood and the visitors should be good enough to get the win and keep the pressure on the teams above them on the ladder

PREMIER C RESERVE Fitzroy 7.3 14.4 20.9 24.15 (159) Parkdale Vultures 1.0 7.2 9.3 11.4 (70) GOALS Fitzroy: W. Pickering 6 D. Kynigopoulos 5 O. Stoltz 3 R. Ewing 2 N. Jumeau 2 M. Cook 1 C. Wills 1 H. Topp 1 P. O’Connor 1 W. Johnson 1 M. Racovalis 1 Parkdale Vultures: M. Hayes 5 S. Jones 2 S. L’Huillier 1 C. Radford 1 R. Meade 1 R. Irvine 1 BEST Fitzroy: M. Beacham J. Dimond D. Olarenshaw T. Parkinson O. Stoltz P. O’Connor Parkdale Vultures: S. Chapman R. Meade M. Hayes G. Crilley D. Lonsdale A. White Hampton Rovers 0.3 3.4 6.5 9.7 (61) Rupertswood 2.3 5.7 5.9 8.11 (59) GOALS Hampton Rovers: M. Gray 2 B. Woodland 2 T. Cougan 2 R. Warren 1 C. Rigney 1 M. Flahive 1 Rupertswood: J. Braddy 3 L. Morrison 2 D. Johnson 1 R. Vandenhurk 1 B. Roberts 1 BEST Hampton Rovers: S. Anderson L. Woodland R. Warren N. Foster K. McNeil B. Woodland Rupertswood: D. Johnson M. Tabone L. Smith B. Smith A. Evans J. Braddy Banyule 0.2 4.4 6.9 8.13 (61) Monash Blues 3.5 5.5 6.7 8.8 (56) GOALS Banyule: Z. Wenke 3 M. Eifermann 2 A. Hopgood 1 T. Valvo 1 M. Crema 1 Monash Blues: M. Myers 2 M. Hunt 2 J. Samuels 1 S. Whatley 1 P. Farrar 1 M. Stewart 1 BEST Banyule: L. Delaney G. Bell M. Eifermann R. Young Z. Wenke J. O’Connor Monash Blues: A. Costley M. Hunt H. Devanny C. Godsil J. Samuels D. Meehan Marcellin 2.3 6.4 8.9 9.11 (65) PEGS 2.2 3.4 5.7 9.9 (63) GOALS Marcellin: D. Fraser 3 D. Nicholls 3 H. Lee 3 PEGS: J. Leask 5 D. Podger 1 D. Galea 1 B. Briggs 1 L. Flaherty 1 BEST Marcellin: P. Symes A. Loucas D. Nicholls B. Hogan A. Montalto A. Ceccomancini PEGS: J. Marr J. Leask M. Fahey D. Pound J. Stormont B. Briggs Mazenod 3.3 7.6 9.9 11.10 (76) Old Camberwell 4.0 8.0 10.2 10.6 (66) GOALS Mazenod: J. Beard 5 A. Ciavarella 2 R. Power 2 C. Smith 1 S. Jones 1 Old Camberwell: D. Schmidt 5 J. Edwards 2 M. Cottrell 1 J. Robinson 1 P. Storey 1 BEST Mazenod: C. Smith R. Power N. Graham J. Schiano J. Beard A. Bau Old Camberwell: D. Schmidt P. Storey A. Hudson A. Lattuada H. Levvey J. Way

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AMATEURS HAVE STRONG OLYMPIC PEDIGREE With London 2012 to start this weekend we thought we would be self indulgent and reflect on all the Olympians to have also played football for the love of the game. The list it’s quite extraordinary with not just Olympians but Olympic medallists that have pulled on the boots at one of our clubs. In recent times we have had Andrew Cooper (Old Brighton), James Tomkins (Old Carey and Old Brighton) and Michael McKay (Old Xaverians) who were original members of the Oarsome Foursome. Andrew is still a member at Old Brighton and many at Old Brighton still recall a game the pair played together in 1993

- which was incidentally the club’s first year in A Grade - in a draw at De La Salle. Tomkins playing full-forward and kicked a bag of goals, whilst Cooper floated across centre halfback hauling in mark after mark to cut off De La attacks. The game itself was a ripper and in the minds of those there, it still ranks as one of the best games of Amateur football they have witnessed. Both sets of supporters stood to applaud the sides as they left the ground after the final siren. Indeed the reminiscing at the De La Salle bar afterwards was said to go long into the night.

Rowing:  Andrew Cooper (OBGFC), Nicholas Green, Michael McKay(OXFC), James Tomkins (OCFC & OBGFC) Coxless Four

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HISTORIC STANCE TO THE BENEFIT OF HUMANITY AND WEST BRUNSWICK For a long time Peter Norman was held in higher esteem outside his own country than he was in it. The 1968 Mexico City Olympics was the scene of one of the most memorable political photos and statements at a modern Olympic games. Norman who won the silver medal in the men’s 200m, splitting American pair Tommie Smith (Gold) and John Carlos (Bronze) stood on the dais whilst his peers stood either side in a famous “human rights salute”. Norman who wore an Olympic Project for Human Rights badge, as did Smith and Carlos, was subsequently ostracised by the Australian Media, and not picked for the 1972 Munich Olympics despite qualifying. All of this was to benefit West Brunswick as Norman was friends with Neville Sillitoe, a famous athletics coach and coach of West Brunswick juniors in the early years. Neville, in conjunction with Cliff Bastow (VAFA Registration Secretary), encouraged Norman to run the boundary line to keep fit in the winter to prepare for the summer athletics season. After his nonselection for the ’72 Olympics, Norman crossed the white line to pull on the boots for West Brunswick from 1972-77 to play 67 games for the club. Peter Norman was an extremely fast footballer, but as you may realise, that was only one part of the game. Every now and then some of the opposition players found out he was an Olympian, and used to ‘try it on’ over various distances by bouncing the ball whilst running past him. When he had enough of this, Norman would ‘put the foot down’ and

chase down the offending player, and apply a solid tackle involving some nose rubbing in the dirt. Peter Norman continued to contribute to West Brunswick up until his passing in 2006, supporting them in finals campaigns, offering his services at club functions and club negotiations with the local council about the pavilion. The film Salute by Matt Norman (Peter’s nephew) was made in 2008 and documents the 1968 race and medal presentation. Both Tommie Smith and John Carlos were pallbearers at Peter Norman’s funeral.

WASH UP OF WOMEN’S ROUND Thank you to everyone for their efforts to acknowledge the ladies in our game that make it special. We have had reports that a number of clubs paid tribute in a variety of ways, including Beaumaris who had all female water carriers for the day with the boys told to have a rest. THE AMATEUR FOOTBALLER 2012

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Last weekend’s women’s round recognised the valuable contribution women play in football, and we thought a special mention should be made of “The Cath Wotton Scholarship Fund”. VAFA radio commentator on 96.5 Inner FM and the “voice” of many Saturday afternoon VAFA games Jo Wotton, and her sisters Amy and Lou, set up this fund in memory of their mother Cath. This fund acknowledges Cath’s significant 37 year contribution to nursing and her courageous battle with ovarian cancer and provides registered nurses the opportunity to be  specifically trained in the area of gynecological cancers. Jo (pictured right) and Lou (left) who is captain, play in the Victorian Women’s Football League for the Eastern Devils. The side wore teal in support of the cause last Sunday when they played ladder leaders the Darebin Falcons for the “Cath Wotton Cup”. Unfortunately the Devils went down by 27 points but it was a

special day with over $5,000 raised from the luncheon and raffle. The fund has raised over $40,000 since it was launched. Jo will next be commenting a Premier game on Saturday 11th August.

HAMPTON ROVERS LUNCH Hampton Rovers FC hosted their annual Breast Cancer Lunch on Saturday as part of VAFA Women’s Round and it was a huge success with 140 people in attendance. The room was meant to seat only 120 but somehow another 20 seats were found with over three quarters of the lunch all the fairer sex. The guest speakers were netballers Chelsey Tregear (Melbourne Vixens – who unfortunately lost the Grand Final of the ANZ Championship the next day) and Elissa MacLeod (Queensland Firebirds – won the title in 2011). Elissa (left) is a breast cancer survivor and she shared her story with everyone: being diagnosed, her brave battle, her rise in the netball ranks and winning the championship with the Firebirds, the strength of family & friends and where she is today. In another highlight of the day, the Ressies came from 10 points down to win by 2 points with two late goals to win their first game of the year, what followed were scenes similar to that of the Gold Coast Suns a couple of weeks back with the players celebrating. Elissa MacLeod was talking mid-speech when the final siren sounded and everyone in the room erupted! The club has

an alternate entry onto the ground which is straight through the middle of the social rooms. She began chatting again, but the Ressies made their way off the ground quickly to sing the song in front of the seniors to rev them up, as they came through the social rooms everyone inside erupted (and interrupted) again! Two minutes later the volume went up again as the seniors ran out onto the ground. Elissa didn’t mind one bit - it was a great atmosphere and really good vibe around the place. THE AMATEUR FOOTBALLER 2012


SOUTH MELBOURNE CELEBRATE South Melbourne has been a VAFA club for the past 12 years but have a history that stretched back to the year the Titanic sunk. Fortunately for the club they have had a host of football legends that meant the club was never destined to head the way of the fateful ship. This Saturday night, 28th July South Melbourne Districts AFC celebrates 100 years and will announce the first inductees into our Hall of Fame at their Centenary Dinner Dance. The night promises to be a magnificent occasion with close to 600 guests at the Powerhouse Function Centre and the list of possible Hall of Fame inductees is an impressive one. The potential candidates include Roy Cazaly who commenced his career with us when known as The Pembrokes and went onto captain coach the club in 1917. Later Roy became an icon of Australian Football. Keith Forbes was a goal scoring rover who played for the districts from 1925 to 1927 and having been rejected by VFL side South Melbourne, went on to play 10 years at Essendon where he was named one of their Champions and was later Captain Coach of North Melbourne. Rod “Doc” Leffanue played between 1929 and 1931 and then again in 1934 and had stints at South Melbourne and Carlton in the VFL. His involvement with the club is traced back to the mid 50’s at least where he helped coach juniors and in 1963

came out of retirement at the tender age of 50 to held the districts when they were short of players! GV “Bluey” Beard coached the districts to Premierships in 1939 & 1940 following his career at South Melbourne in the VFL where he was a member of their 1933 Premiership and widely regarded as one of the districts greatest ever leaders. Last week the club’s 16 sides (senior and junior) all wore a special 100 year celebratory jumper (pictured below) as a once off for the round – all the best for Saturday night and we look forward to seeing who the inductees are.

I SEE YOUR SAM MASON AND RAISE YOU It seems some of our clubs have kept some very detailed records indeed. One such statistical champion is Ian Job, club historian at Kew Football Club who saw the story on Ormond’s Sam Mason in last week’s FTLOTG. It seems that the record keep at Kew has very specific statistics on the age of their players as they debut. In fact Ian found at least two players that might have taken the clubhouse lead in terms of youngest player to play senior amateur footy. In order: Don Fletcher debuted in round 1 1973 at age 14 years 347 days; Wayne Blay debuted in round 11 of the same season at 15 years 104 days and a certain Robert DiPierdomenico debuted in round

2, 1974 at age 15 years 357 days. Don played 105 games for the club, won a Best and Fairest and represented the Big V, he also managed 7 games at Hawthorn in the VFL. Wayne played 181 games for Kew, won a Best and Fairest, was club captain and was the leading goal kicker and a multiple representative of the Big V. “Bertie” (didn’t know about that nickname) or “Dipper” as he is more commonly known, actually played for the reserves side in round 10, 1973 before playing 15 senior games in 1974 when he won Most Promising Player. The following year he was at Hawthorn where anyone who follows the brown and gold will tell you his achievements there.

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South Melbourne’s Paul Cheevers and his younger brother Robert were in the first Vic Kick as it was known back in the day that was held at South Melbourne Districts and Coordinated by a few of the parents including Sandra Cheevers who, over 20 years later is still deeply involved with the club as one of the main organisers of our Centenary and Hall of Fame Dinner Dance to he held at the Powerhouse Function centre on Sat 28th July in front of a capacity crowd of 600. Paul went on to play all of his football with the club from under 9’s through to under 19’s and then 200 senior games including the 2006 (D3) and 2007 (D2) Premiership sides. Paul was honoured with life membership of the club in 2011. I will arrange an action photo from this weeks game for you otherwise we will send another one to you from a prior year.

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Yarra Valley’s Chris Beal is the epitome of the term Fearless Leader. Club Captain for five years, Captain of Team of the Decade, Best and Fairest winner, and one who leads by example on the field. Chris is always fair but always hard at the ball. He is admired by all players and supporters alike, Chris also makes significant contributions to the club with his offfield work.

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Yarra Valley’s Michael Wines has played in a number of positions throughout his 200 games and he rarely misses a beat. Michael is most often found at the bottom of the pack working his magic and displaying his strength and tenacity – when heat is turned up, Michael will be found in the centre of the action and he doubles nicely as a back-up ruckman and earned his position in the Team of the Decade.

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Ormond’s Luke Russell has been playing for the Club for 25 years now, after starting as a six year old in 1987. Luke played all his Unders at the club before moving into the Senior ranks. His leadership qualities saw him Captain of the U19’s in 2000 and 2001. Luke was runner up for the Senior Best and Fairest in 2007 and in 2008, which saw him play a significant roll in the side’s exciting Premiership win over Ajax. Luke rates playing with brother Ashley another highlight of his career.

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MHSOB’s Chris Wright started in the MHSOBFC Under 19’s in 2000 after finishing at the school. The lean midfielder soon became a regular with the Reserves, whom he captained in 2007 and 2008, winning the Reserves B&F in 2007. Chris plays most of his footy on the wing or the ball, where he provides plenty of run and defensive pressure and has been a committee member for the past three years.

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All milestones to Olivia@vafa.com.au by Tuesday noon. Please supply a picture or FTLOTG reserves the right to find one on the web.

Since joining the club in 2003, MHSOB’s Luke Campbell, a nuggety onballer has played a majority of his footy in the Seniors. A rabid competitor, Luke gives it his all and is often found emerging from the bottom of a pack. Luke Vice-captained the club for three years, and his career highlights include the 2004 and 2009 C-Grade Premierships. He has brought some quality players down to the club over the years, including two of his brothers. THE AMATEUR FOOTBALLER 2012


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After playing for the school and under 19s, MHSOB’s Tim Harper made his senior debut in A Grade in round 1 of 2002. Since then he has played mainly as a key backman and ruckman, with career highlights including the 2004 C-Grade premiership, 2010 senior Best and Fairest and MHS team of the decade for the 2000s. Tim has also placed in the B&F on other occasions and he has been a committee member for five years. Luke was the Senior vice-captain for three seasons.

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Aquinas’ Daniel Zuccon has been the general of the reserves backline for many years and dominates the air with superior reading of the play.  Many would argue Daniel’s greatest asset is the growth on his upper lip, however he is best known for his precision kicking out of the backline.  A great team man, Daniel is the clubs go to guy for all technology and has contributed equally well off and on field. 

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MHSOB’s Kris McDonald joined the club in 2005 and has provided years of value in the form of on and off-field contributions. Kris has put in countless hours on the club committee as Treasurer and organiser of social functions. It is, however, his on-field performance that has raised eyebrows in 2012. In his 100th game in round 11, Knackers amassed 38 possessions in a best-on-ground performance that brought the team victory and earned him a whopping 154 supercoach points.

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Richmond Central’s Adam Fiske followed his brother Simon to the club in 2007, and quickly established himself as a quality senior player. A key member of our grand final side last year, the notable features of his game are his appetite for hard work, and his hunger for the contest. Adam is also a much-respected and popular clubman off the ground.

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Yarra Valley’s Jack Hall characteristic dash with twists and turns through the forward line delights many spectators.

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MHSOB’s Jarrod Sherwin started with the club as an Under 19s player in 2007, and since then, has matured into a solid senior contributor. Gifted by foot and with plenty of pace, Jarrod adds a Dal-Santo-esque touch of class to the midfield.

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MHSOB’s Mark Ham started with the club in 2007 in the Under 19’s. Since commencing he has developed into a solid on-baller who never gives up. Tough as nails, Mark’s relentless approach and strong tackling make him an asset to the club. He also has the ability to kick goals when rested up forward.

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MHSOB’s Adam Jones came to the club in 2009 and he soon shook this tag and became an integral part of the MHSOBFC community. Sometimes also referred to as ‘Bucks’, Jonesy is a half back/wingman with a devastating right boot, and an allergy to handballing.

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NOT DEAD YET I have been known to enjoy a lunch or three. So it was with plenty of enthusiasm that last week I accepted an invitation to the picturesque Fearon Reserve, to enjoy the hospitality of my old club Williamstown CYMS. The attendees were entertained by the wit and wisdom of local boy made good Greg Swann, CEO of Carlton. It was a glorious afternoon for football, spirits were high amongst the CYs faithful in spite of the torrid season the club has been experiencing, and I could certainly detect a measure of confidence that the day could end as enjoyably as it had begun. That confidence was not misplaced! In front of a huge home crowd, Williamstown got over the line against MHSOB in a thrilling last quarter to prove that they are still alive and kicking in the battle to stay in this division. The home team led at the first change, but the visitors bounced back in the second term to lead by two points at the main break. The game tightened in the third, with goals at a premium. In the final quarter it was the Unicorns who took charge early, continually trapping the ball in their forward half. But a late goal against the run of play brought Willy back into the contest and with two further goals in time-on, a valuable 13 point win was theirs. Best for Williamstown were midfielder Dan Calman-Orr and forwards Ben Gray and Fin Adamson. For the High School, Steve Villani was in everything, whilst Matt Hamilton-Ho (7 goals) was a powerhouse up forward. In the other match with a bearing on relegation, Glen Eira kicked 10 goals in the first term, and so got an early jump on a gallant St. John’s team. The Jocs battled on all day, but could not undo the damage done in that first quarter. In fact, the visitors outscored the Saints after the first break. A half-time rejuvenation allowed St. John’s 14

to come out with all the run to close the gap to within 40 points, but that was as close as it would be. Defender Cam Christenson, along with mids Josh Green and Jarrod Gaget were best for Jocs. For Glen Eira, it was Evan Stuchbery and Matt Harris. Old Geelong got off to a good start against the Monders, and continued to dominate the game despite some silly decision-making at crucial times. But in a match in which the visitors dominated inside-50’s 71 to 37, poor kicking for goal was again a feature of the OGs’ play. Henry Johnstone was excellent across half-back, with Bayles and O’Brien dominating the middle. For Ormond, Orry Lack and Simon Kulikov were best. At Mt. Eliza, Peninsula kicked away from Whitefriars in the final term to blow out the result to 43 points, after the Friars were a point down at the half. Best for Friars were Dan Hogan, Dan Tibaldi and Ryan Storey. For the Pirates, Stefan Barbour, Ben Southam, Vaughn Clarke and Reed Powney were the best players in a solid team effort. Old Mentonians were competitive for much of the game, but were just not able to hang tough with NOB/St Pats in the pivotal moments. Particularly in the third term, when the Old Boys took a stranglehold on the game, kicking six goals to two. Preview: For two weeks, the final four has looked set. But do not bank on it. With a loss at Gillon today, Whitefriars could well be hanging onto TODAY SELECTIONS IN BOLD 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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fourth place by half a game. Whilst this thought will provide plenty of motivation for Friars, it would be a surprise to see North Old Boys drop one at home when they are playing so well. Second-placed Peninsula journey to Ormond. The Pirates have a habit of kicking big scores against lower-ranked opponents, and this week should be no exception at Gunn Reserve. Likewise, Old Geelong should have too many big guns for Williamstown: the visitors will be buoyed by their gutsy win last week, but will not be strong enough for the Oggers at Como. If St. John’s were to pinch a game on the run home, surely this would be one of the matches

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Glen Eira 10.3 16.4 18.7 21.12 (138) St Johns 3.2 7.6 11.9 14.12 (96) GOALS Glen Eira: T. Paterson 5 J. King 3 M. Kohout 3 S. Krull 2 S. Vamvakas 2 J. Waras Carstensen 1 N. Dennis 1 M. Harris 1 H. Talarico 1 A. Tsirogiannis 1 J. Mills 1 St Johns: L. Mara 4 C. Cachia 4 A. Abela 2 J. Diaz 1 G. Costas 1 R. Thomas 1 R. Scott 1 BEST Glen Eira: E. Stuchbery M. Harris J. Mills A. Spink A. Cvek J. King St Johns: L. Mara J. Gaget C. Christiansen J. Green R. Thomas J. Diaz North Old Boys/St Pats 4.5 6.6 12.12 16.18 (114) Old Mentonians 3.2 5.5 7.7 11.8 (74) GOALS North Old Boys/St Pats: T. Patterson 6 C. Ryan 5 J. Hume 1 M. Firman 1 C. Horsley 1 T. Brady 1 M. Keown 1 Old Mentonians: S. Alexander 5 L. Hull 1 T. Brodie 1 E. Macquire 1 D. Mills 1 J. Jansson 1 T. Wilton 1 BEST North Old Boys/St Pats: D. Delmenico M. O’Donoghue T. Patterson C. Ryan T. Brady J. Cassell Old Mentonians: J. Jansson D. Alexander R. Ball M. Zacharin T. Wigney S. Alexander Old Geelong 3.9 8.15 12.17 14.24 (108) Ormond 2.1 5.3 7.6 9.9 (63) GOALS Old Geelong: R. McEvoy 4 M. Abney-Hastings 3 R. Kemp 2 H. Timms 2 A. Macdonald 1 C. Wood 1 E. Bayles 1 Ormond: D. Elkman 4 S. Metz 1 W. Cove 1 M. Martinov 1 L. Russell 1 H. Simon 1 BEST Old Geelong: H. Johnstone E. Bayles M. Rkefeller T. Lyons N. O’Hare M. AbneyHastings Ormond: O. Lack S. Kulikov S. Gay L. Anrep D. Haysom B. Upstill Peninsula 1.3 6.5 11.10 17.10 (112) Whitefriars 4.1 6.6 7.7 10.9 (69) GOALS Peninsula: H. Whitty 3 S. Grigg 2 N. Fisher 2 G. Carr 2 S. Payze 2 J. Pomeroy 1 T. Coghlan 1 J. Heron 1 W. Coghlan 1 A. Wood 1 T. Stainforth 1 Whitefriars: J. Daou 3 D. Hogan 2 R. Petracca 1 J. Scannell 1 D. Tibaldi 1 A. Woods 1 D. Massarotti 1 BEST Peninsula: S. Barbour B. Southam V. Clarke B. Brisbane S. Payze R. Powney Whitefriars: D. Hogan R. Storey D. Tibaldi D. Massarotti M. Mirabella C. McDonald Williamstown CYMS 7.3 9.8 11.11 14.17 (101) MHSOB 5.3 10.4 11.6 13.10 (88) GOALS Williamstown CYMS: B. Gray 4 S. Barlow 2 J. Vanderloo 2 M. Carland 1 J. Bencich 1 D. Calman-Orr 1 T. Dusink 1 C. Cini 1 P. Johnson 1 MHSOB: M. Hamilton-Ho 7 N. Campbell 2 M. Santomartino 1 D. Hamilton-Ho 1 N. Campbell 1 M. White 1 BEST Williamstown CYMS: L. O’Sullivan M. Carland J. MacKenzie C. McCracken J. Bencich D. Calman-Orr MHSOB: S. Villani M. Hamilton-Ho J. Sherwin K. Smith L. Evans J. Tran

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it has targeted. But I reckon the Unicorns will be too experienced for their young opponents at the High School. Glen Eira will also be looking for another priceless four points, whilst Old Mentonians are still eyeing off a finals spot… and why shouldn’t they? After three losses in a row, their fortunes should change for the better against the Saints today. But the Panthers will need to be on their game, as Glen Eira will throw everything bar the kitchen sink at them. And speaking of kitchens, that reminds me of lunch. So if you are looking for someone to make up the lunch-time numbers, you know how to find me!

DIVISION ONE RESERVE Glen Eira 5.4 11.9 15.14 20.18 (138) St Johns 2.2 4.2 8.3 11.5 (71) GOALS Glen Eira: H. Pace Bonello 6 R. McGirr 4 J. Doran 2 B. Cooney 2 J. Serpanchy 2 T. Glasson 1 S. Hall 1 J. Canal 1 M. Hobson 1 St Johns: S. Cosas 3 N. Kuron 2 B. Ayache 2 M. Dodman 1 B. Janiw 1 N. Pouki 1 T. Cox 1 BEST Glen Eira: S. Neeson S. Hall D. Eade R. McGirr H. Pace Bonello J. Serpanchy St Johns: T. Cox D. Taylor N. Kuron B. Darbyshire N. Pouki A. Malec Old Mentonians 3.3 8.9 10.12 14.16 (100) North Old Boys/St Pats 3.1 5.1 8.6 9.8 (62) GOALS Old Mentonians: B. Lane 4 B. Zeitoune 2 B. Parker 2 L. Cormie 1 S. Campbell 1 J. O’Donnell 1 T. Rooke 1 R. Smith 1 B. Suboticki 1 North Old Boys/St Pats: not provided BEST Old Mentonians: R. Smith B. Coghlan B. Lane H. Darbyshire C. Mylonas M. Imlach North Old Boys/St Pats: not provided Old Geelong 3.4 6.8 10.10 14.13 (97) Ormond 2.3 2.4 2.5 2.5 (17) GOALS Old Geelong: N. Neville 2 S. Lansdell 2 T. Bear 2 A. Smibert 2 W. Harris 2 A. Suvoltos 2 A. Perry 1 M. Morris 1 Ormond: J. McDonald 1 S. Stephens 1 BEST Old Geelong: W. Symons T. Bear A. Suvoltos W. Oakley S. Lansdell A. Perry Ormond: T. Haysom B. Rayson C. Cleary D. MacHin J. Franklin J. McDonald Peninsula 5.7 9.7 11.10 16.13 (109) Whitefriars 1.0 2.2 4.5 6.5 (41) GOALS Peninsula: J. Coghlan 6 J. Archdeacon 4 R. White 1 D. Leversha 1 A. Granger 1 B. Roberts 1 L. Baker 1 A. Starkins 1 Whitefriars: D. Kovacevic 2 D. Chambers 1 M. Allemand 1 J. Chun 1 S. Allemand 1 BEST Peninsula: C. Le Clerc B. Mitchell D. Leversha J. Coghlan L. Baker Z. Kurts Whitefriars: E. Manson M. Stafford M. Allemand D. Kovacevic L. Twomey S. Allemand MHSOB 1.4 6.8 9.12 11.17 (83) Williamstown CYMS 1.0 2.2 3.3 8.4 (52) GOALS MHSOB: M. Ham 3 R. Petchell 2 L. Taylor 2 N. Orchard 2 C. Hewish 1 C. Wright 1 Williamstown CYMS: T. Bowers 2 P. Gallivan 1 J. Walsh 1 J. Venosta 1 C. Manser 1 W. McLaran 1 M. Walsh 1 BEST MHSOB: N. Huett L. Taylor R. Czwarno N. Orchard C. Hewish L. Mulrooney Williamstown CYMS: T. Bowers M. Walsh D. Ellis N. Wapshott P. Gallivan W. McLaran

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Rich Hummerston

SHOCKWAVES It’s taken 18 rounds and 15 soft tissue injuries but La Trobe have finally lost their maiden status for 2012. In a result that will send shockwaves through their relegation threatened counterparts, the students put together a sensational second half to reduce, then obliterate a 5 goal deficit. As it has so many times before, La Trobe meandered into the quarter time huddle, down 5 and without a hope, memories of the resilient efforts of the past few weeks from La Trobe fading quicker than the coverage of grass at Bennettswood Sports Ground. At the huddle, Coach Stuart Patten, in an (explicit-free) audible address implored his Calvary to rally, a request dutifully acknowledged by Carl Joyce, kicking 6 in the best game of his career, Elliot Kelly and Jack McMeel, the students almost unstoppable until the final bell. For St Leo’s, Paul Baranello reignited calls that he should have been included in the top 7 with another outstanding performance and Nic Robin impressed the faithful. Following a stint of near misses and 1st half capitulations, Bulleen Templestowe seem to have recaptured their early season form with a 117 point belting over an injury savaged St Mary’s Salesian. An early lead to St Mary’s had harrowing memories of the past month, and possibly last season creep into the minds of the Bulleen following, however a 5 goal burst in a 12 minute period would soon quash any doubt. After the first break, it was all Bulleen, the old firm in Khouri, Cherbakof and Florance at the forefront of the Saint pummelling. St Mary’s were kept in good stead by David West and Nick Baum but the unseasonably warm temperatures, large ground and superior opponent would prove too much for the young Saints. Old Paradians solidified a two game clearance on the fourth rung with a comfortable victory of aspiring finalist Therry Penola at John Pascoe Reserve. Holding a slender lead at the first break, Paradians pulled out the stops, running out 16

eventual winners by 56 points. My man David Boundy took heed of his own address, finishing with a Michelle, yet selflessly keeping himself out of the best. Matthew Derham and Sean Miller joined him in the best while for Therry, Ben Harding, Matty Costello, and Big Andy Doyle fought hard all day. Around the traps of Division 2 football, the term “Yo-Yo” has been coined to help illustrate Monash’s remarkable spectrum of form. Last season, the Gryphons were notorious for taking large scalps, but then the very next week, turning over to a side residing in the gloomy depths of the ladder. This season has been no different, while boasting victories against PrahranAssumption and now Eltham, you can also add a loss to St Leo’s and a narrow victory to La Trobe. Fortunately on Saturday, the Gryphs were in the “up-stroke” of a Yo-Yo pattern, accounting for a ferocious and highly drilled Eltham. Despite Ciavola’s 4 goals, Brendan Murphy was sensational in his first game in the seniors and captain courageous Matty Fletcher led from the front, the only way he knows how. An inaccuracy plagued last term saved South Melbourne from a humiliating defeat at the hands of Prahran-Assumption, the 44 points separating the two sides a flattering score line for the Bloods. Amid a season of carrying the forward line on his broad yet weathered shoulders, Adam Sleight’s plea’s for a partner in crime were answered, Jack Matherson drifting forward, taking a hoard of contested marks and finishing with 2 goals. Not to be outdone by his new younger brother, Sleight slotted a lazy TODAY SELECTIONS IN BOLD 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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7 while Tim Maya chipped in with 3. For South Melbourne it was Steven Aquilina in his 75th best afield and Finn Tiernan that diluted the pain.

Elsewhere, Bulleen Templestowe should make

Ahead to this week, South Melbourne host St Mary’s in an incredible important fixture. Not only are the two scrambling to the surface to avoid relegation, South Melbourne are celebrating their 100th year as a club. Marked with a function of 600 people and the likes of Roy Cazaly and Keith Forbes likely to be inducted to the hall of fame, it makes for a cracker of an evening. I’m tipping the Bloods to rise to the occasion.

anything could happen. Therry will continue to

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Bulleen Templestowe 5.7 9.13 12.14 20.18 (138) St Mary’s Salesian 1.0 2.0 2.2 3.3 (21) GOALS Bulleen Templestowe: J. Khouri 5 K. Cherbakof 4 S. Avramidis 3 O. Groth 3 J. Cowell 2 A. Lucisano 1 D. Dakin 1 P. Florance 1 St Mary’s Salesian: B. Gatehouse 1 J. Rogers 1 S. Gatehouse 1 BEST Bulleen Templestowe: A. Lucisano K. Cherbakof J. Khouri J. Wilson P. Sartori R. Edsall St Mary’s Salesian: D. West H. Wong N. Baum S. Retino J. Op’t Hoog J. Rogers La Trobe University 3.1 9.1 13.4 21.4 (130) Emmaus St Leos 8.1 11.6 13.11 15.16 (106) GOALS La Trobe University: C. Joyce 6 J. McMeel 4 S. Patten 4 B. Dales-Sutton 2 M. Steele 1 C. Wheeler 1 D. Hacker 1 A. Zaicos 1 A. Kidd 1 Emmaus St Leos: P. Baranello 3 M. Davis 2 N. Hodder 2 A. Ballard 2 N. Baranello 2 M. Lalor 1 M. Mc Iver 1 E. Mitchell 1 A. McDougall 1 BEST La Trobe University: C. Joyce E. Kelly J. Allan A. Kidd A. Curwood J. McMeel Emmaus St Leos: P. Baranello N. Baranello N. Robin R. Harding A. Byers A. Ballard Monash Gryphons 3.2 4.2 9.2 13.5 (83) Eltham Collegians 4.2 4.3 7.7 10.9 (69) GOALS Monash Gryphons: D. McConville 3 S. Sheehan 2 J. Ogden 2 B. Griesheimer 2 R. Fletcher 1 J. Hobley 1 V. Coffey 1 M. Fletcher 1 Eltham Collegians: S. Ciavola 4 N. Harper 2 C. Brown 1 M. Feben 1 M. Crooks 1 S. Richardson 1 BEST Monash Gryphons: B. Murphy S. Heppell C. Mackie J. Hobley M. Savage M. Davies Eltham Collegians: M. Feben S. Whiteside C. Brown M. Crooks S. Ciavola R. Bux Prahran Assumption 4.3 7.8 12.11 15.21 (111) South Melbourne Districts 2.3 3.4 7.5 10.6 (66) GOALS Prahran Assumption: A. Sleight 7 T. Maya 3 J. Matherson 2 A. Parsons 1 J. Robbins 1 D. Anglin 1 South Melbourne Districts: M. Hoffman 3 F. Tiernan 2 A. Jolly 2 K. Tutty 1 S. Aquilina 1 T. Parish 1 BEST Prahran Assumption: E. MacDonald J. Matherson A. Sleight R. Pascoe L. Hunt J. Robbins South Melbourne Districts: S. Aquilina J. Lambert F. Tiernan J. Foley A. Ray D. Butler Old Paradians 2.3 7.6 12.9 19.9 (123) Therry Penola 2.1 3.3 6.5 10.7 (67) GOALS Old Paradians: D. Boundy 5 M. Derham 5 C. Sage 2 P. Pratt 2 D. Mahony 2 J. Kandilakis 1 D. Giddings 1 P. Turner 1 Therry Penola: M. Costello 4 J. George 2 A. Kowalski 1 J. Crotty 1 C. Bannister 1 J. Egglestone 1 BEST Old Paradians: M. Derham S. Miller C. Sage D. Giddings A. Tulipano B. McAllister Therry Penola: B. Harding A. Doyle J. George M. Costello M. Faroldi J. Egglestone

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like work of Emmaus St Leo’s, however their early season form as unquestionably been diluted and press for finals, knocking off La Trobe, leaving their winning streak at a modest one. In the two games of the round, I’m selecting Eltham to bounce back with victory over Paradians and Monash, continuing in the upward movement of a “Yo-Yo” spin will knock off Prahran, blowing the finals race wide open in the process.

DIVISION TWO RESERVE Bulleen Templestowe 6.2 9.4 12.7 17.11 (113) St Mary’s Salesian 1.0 2.1 3.1 4.5 (29) GOALS Bulleen Templestowe: P. Voglis 9 G. Chivers 4 B. Tourogianis 2 D. Tonelli 1 J. Meng 1 St Mary’s Salesian: G. Paul 3 L. O’Keefe 1 BEST Bulleen Templestowe: P. Voglis G. Chivers B. Tourogianis D. Tonelli N. Monaco J. Hopkinson St Mary’s Salesian: G. Paul B. Glover A. Baird M. Smith S. George S. Nicholson Emmaus St Leos 4.6 8.13 11.18 17.21 (123) La Trobe University 4.1 5.2 5.5 7.7 (49) GOALS Emmaus St Leos: A. Smith 8 M. Hawa 4 M. Gartland 1 G. Simondson 1 D. Mahony 1 R. Staley 1 T. Foreman 1 La Trobe University: C. Wilson 1 B. Thompson 1 B. Nelson 1 A. Burman 1 M. Harney 1 T. Mawdsley 1 C. Black 1 BEST Emmaus St Leos: T. Foreman M. Gartland D. Mahony A. Smith M. Hawa S. Downie La Trobe University: A. Burman M. Harney S. Condon N. Sutton M. Vella B. Nelson Eltham Collegians 2.3 5.8 9.9 12.14 (86) Monash Gryphons 3.3 3.3 6.5 7.5 (47) GOALS Eltham Collegians: A. Coath 6 Z. Cole 1 A. Mok 1 M. Ziccone 1 M. Harrison 1 R. Love 1 A. Laver 1 Monash Gryphons: R. Hummerston 3 I. McCallum 2 S. Abel 1 G. Munro 1 BEST Eltham Collegians: T. Brown A. Laver A. Coath L. Daly R. Mydlar J. Bevilacqua Monash Gryphons: P. Gomizel K. Hawker S. Abel G. Emmitt T. Vesey I. McCallum Prahran Assumption 6.4 15.6 18.10 23.16 (154) South Melbourne Districts 0.0 0.1 2.1 5.1 (31) GOALS Prahran Assumption: R. Ellis 10 L. Giansiracusa 4 T. Matherson 2 K. Agushi 2 J. Taylor 2 M. Sampson 1 B. Field 1 B. Pell 1 South Melbourne Districts: D. McBrearty 2 M. Harper 1 R. Benson 1 G. Simm 1 BEST Prahran Assumption: B. Field R. Ellis A. Stewart J. Taylor B. Pell D. Bourke South Melbourne Districts: G. Simm D. McBrearty J. Woodburn J. Corby R. Benson M. Harper Therry Penola 2.2 7.4 10.5 14.7 (91) Old Paradians 1.1 1.2 2.5 4.6 (30) GOALS Therry Penola: J. Quinn 2 M. Jones 2 J. McMahon 2 D. Ractliffe 1 J. Howells 1 P. McCrae 1 M. Trimble 1 B. Budiono 1 G. Henderson 1 R. Brennan 1 S. Koenig 1 Old Paradians: B. Holden 1 T. Gibbons 1 D. Spitty 1 I. Clifford 1 BEST Therry Penola: A. Ractliffe S. Bye M. Jones J. Mennuni R. Brennan B. Budiono Old Paradians: C. Shepherd L. Grech T. Gibbons M. Raponi D. Huntley

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LATE SCORES, FINES AND TRIBUNAL Late Scores - July 14 Whitefriars - Premier C Thirds

Tribunal Results – 24 July 2012 From July 14 Josh Graeski, Chadstone (Reserves). Striking, permit suspended.

MHSOB - U19 North

From July 21

Monash Blues - U19 S

Robert Petracca, Whitefriars. Striking, 3 matches.

Prahran Assumption - Club 18 (1)

*Hamish Dick, Old Scotch. Unreasonably rough conduct, 3 matches.

Old Melburnians - Club 18 (1)

*Edward De Gegely, Old Melburnians. Charging, 2 matches. *Thomas Paterson, Glen Eira. Striking, 2 matches. *Terrence Dingeldei, Eley Park Sharks. Charging, 2 matches.

Incorrect Scores - July 14

*Accepted Prescribed Penalty

Hawthorn - D3 Reserves Yarra Valley - D3 Reserves Beaumaris - U19 South St Bedes/Mentone Tigers - U19 South Oakleigh - U18

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Investigation Results – 24 July 2012 St. Bernards and Old Xaverians minor melee, Under-19 Section 3 match on 14 July. Both clubs accepted prescribed penalty. St. Bernards $150, Old Xaverians $250.

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DIVISION 3

Nick Wynne

LET IT BLOOM It’s been a long season to date and many a good game has passed us by. It’s like we’ve been driving down the super highway all alone. A chopping bag full of broken bones. Sick and tired of hearing telephones, now I’m stuck in futuristic drones. Meaning, I’ve had enough of looking back, time to move forward. Finals football is nigh and there are still a number of sides in contention. Power forward Nelson ‘Smooth’ Pollard ensured Yarra Valley a comfortable victory with his sixgoal performance. The Bushrangers were at their scintillating best, dismantling the Hawks and leaving them well and truly out of the finals race. The Hawks recent good form unfortunately could materialise this week despite David Quamil’s efforts booting five, while Dale Mitchell’s rare vain of form continued, despite the heavy defeat. Continuing the theme of lopsided margins, Richmond Central got a hiding out at Ivanhoe Park. Like a number of Ivanhoe’s games this season, they managed to finish off the Snakes by half time. I don’t ever recall seeing one of David Attenborough’s brilliant nature documentaries where the snake’s natural known predator is the Moose, but on Saturday it was - with the Hoer’s very own beast helping himself to a bag of nine. He was close to ten, but missed one from the goal square. While Richmond had a few of their better players on the sidelines, they will be disappointed that they only managed to kick five goals, three of them coming in the last quarter when the game was shot.

Dylan Muscat had an absolute blinder. It’s hard to see Power House’s season having too many more highlights. You should never underestimate a House however, especially when they are in a volatile market. Kew has had an up and down season, until now they have not beaten anyone of note, but on Saturday they made inroads into a potential finals birth. In one of the Bear’s best performances to date, they defeated third placed UHS-VU by 33 points. Timothy Allman was brilliant, as was Tom Leeds after recently coming back from a leg injury. Again on the Attenborough theme it is rumoured that in their assault on a finals berth in 2012, Kew called upon a nature consultant to realise and release their inner “bear” in the upcoming games. The hibernation may have concluded and I wouldn’t be surprised to see the players frolicking together in the muddy waters of Kew in the weeks ahead. Elsternwick celebrated Craig Mahony’s 300th senior VAFA game in style, with a hard fought 31 point win over Old Westbourne. The game was played in ideal conditions with Old Westbourne taking the early initiative and kicking the first three goals. The Warriors were winning the ball consistently through the middle and the Wicks were looking a little sluggish. Half way through the second quarter Old Westbourne had managed to kick away to a 20 point lead. At this point Irish Ruckman Andy Molloy and onballer Lachie Bedingfield lifted their efforts and the Wicks were able to kick five unanswered goals to lead at half time. After halftime it was all Elsternwick, they cruised home leaving them a game out of the top five.   TODAY SELECTIONS IN BOLD Aquinas v Elsternwick

Not for the first time this year, there was a severe power outage at Ross Gregory Oval. This time it was Albert Park inflicting the damage, by just fewer than ten goals. It was Muscat’s at dawn at the Falcon’s Sunday morning recovery, because 20

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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Finally, the game of the round - maybe even the game of the season. It was an eight point game in the true sense of the words when the Xmen (sixth) battled Aquinas (fifth). From the opening bounce the intensity matched the sense of occasion, both sides locking horns in an epic battle. Aquinas’ attacking run and carry out of defence saw them take a 39 point lead into halftime. I don’t know what St. Francis have in their oranges at the break, but what ever it is, it works, because they came out again after halftime breathing fire. They cut into the Aquinas deficit and a goal with 30 seconds left in the game saw the lead reduced to one point. Fortunately for Aquinas, they were saved by a centre square

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Aquinas 3.5 10.11 13.11 16.11 (107) St Francis Xavier 3.2 5.3 11.7 16.10 (106) GOALS Aquinas: S. Williams 4 C. Cormack 3 J. Price 3 M. Cull 2 J. Perrett 2 J. Fahey 1 M. Jess 1 St Francis Xavier: T. Farrell 6 J. Van Dam 4 J. Leworthy 2 P. Bonadio 2 D. Dimakopoulos 1 C. Van Dam 1 BEST Aquinas: L. Barnes J. Price M. Niezen M. Jess N. Gemes C. Cormack St Francis Xavier: T. Farrell J. Van Dam C. Van Dam S. Burns M. Scanlon J. Exton Kew 2.5 6.6 9.12 12.15 (87) UHS-VU 1.3 3.4 4.5 8.6 (54) GOALS Kew: T. Allman 3 J. Dammenhayn 2 G. Filsell 1 M. Matheson 1 J. Fidanza 1 K. Gannon 1 A. Brazzale 1 J. Bolding 1 E. Roberts 1 UHS-VU: D. Musil 2 C. Kelly 2 N. Rowland 1 T. O’Halloran 1 R. Dickson 1 D. Pinney 1 BEST Kew: E. Roberts J. Keeble T. Allman M. Henderson T. Leeds K. Gannon UHS-VU: M. Pearce R. Matthews D. Musil B. Anderson G. Smallman C. Kelly Elsternwick 2.4 9.8 13.11 18.14 (122) Old Westbourne 4.1 9.1 10.6 14.7 (91) GOALS Elsternwick: J. Hunter 5 L. Bedingfield 4 A. Thornton 3 S. Grace 3 N. Hodskiss 1 C. Mahony 1 G. Cameron 1 Old Westbourne: M. Dorricott 5 H. Iannacone 3 D. Benn 2 A. Rompel 2 F. Pavez 1 J. Stephens 1 BEST Elsternwick: L. Bedingfield J. Yemm K. Conrau G. Cameron S. Grace D. Richardson Old Westbourne: J. Lawn A. Rompel E. Karageorge D. Benn M. Dorricott H. Iannacone Ivanhoe 6.2 11.7 14.12 22.16 (148) Richmond Central 0.2 0.4 2.4 5.8 (38) GOALS Ivanhoe: A. Close 9 L. Roberts 4 M. Lovell 4 M. Pilla 1 C. Kingsford 1 B. Richardson 1 G. Francis 1 P. Harris 1 Richmond Central: T. Davey 2 R. Costanzo 1 J. Shaw 1 B. Zelencich 1 BEST Ivanhoe: G. Francis C. Kingsford A. Close R. Cotter T. Williamson M. Lovell Richmond Central: T. Woodberry L. Walsh W. Bucci D. Pike R. Costanzo B. Ryan Yarra Valley 8.2 14.6 20.8 25.11 (161) Hawthorn 4.3 6.6 11.10 13.12 (90) GOALS Yarra Valley: N. Pollard 6 S. Savage 6 S. Donald 5 R. Yeo 3 R. Pollard 2 C. Hodgens 1 J. O’Callaghan 1 C. Beal 1 Hawthorn: D. Quamil 5 T. Maher 3 D. Lauletta 3 D. Pritchard 1 M. Pinkerton 1 BEST Yarra Valley: S. Collie S. Donald M. Wines C. Beal S. Savage N. Pollard Hawthorn: D. Mitchell T. Maher D. Pritchard J. Papadopoulos P. Avery D. Quamil Albert Park 5.1 10.7 14.10 18.15 (123) Power House 5.3 5.5 8.6 10.6 (66) GOALS Albert Park: D. Muscat 7 S. Maunder 3 J. Brick 2 N. McLennan 2 M. Smith 1 R. Maher 1 J. Mahoney 1 B. Murnane 1 Power House: P. Edwards 4 L. Johnston 3 R. Webb 2 B. Leske 1 BEST Albert Park: D. Muscat J. Brick J. Mahoney S. Maunder P. Fullarton J. Strawczynski Power House: P. Nevett L. Johnston P. Edwards D. Baker R. Hobson B. Davis

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infringement, a costly mistake that handed them a much-needed victory. This week: Aquinas will defeat Elsternwick, not a problem, Bushrangers will have dirty hands after beating up UHS-VU, Ivanhoe will narrowly beat Albert Park, St Francis to have a day out against Power House, Kew should get the job done against Richmond and The Hawks will be feeling happy when they get a victory over the Warriors.

DIVISION THREE RESERVE Aquinas 1.2 5.6 6.8 11.9 (75) St Francis Xavier 1.3 3.6 4.9 8.11 (59) GOALS Aquinas: D. Hill 4 M. Vanrooy 2 A. Wilczynski 1 J. Kogelman 1 H. Tyssen 1 N. Spencer 1 R. Chapman 1 St Francis Xavier: M. Hamill 3 D. Healey 2 B. Nielsen 1 A. Swift 1 P. Gould 1 BEST Aquinas: P. Jess H. Tyssen M. Vanrooy J. McCann L. Stafford J. Kogelman St Francis Xavier: S. Watts B. Sheehan B. McKenna G. Bramich A. Patterson P. Bourke Kew 3.2 10.5 13.7 18.13 (121) UHS-VU 3.5 3.6 4.9 4.11 (35) GOALS Kew: B. Woodhouse 8 T. Hunter 2 H. Sands 2 P. Rees 1 T. Ellis 1 L. Orr 1 B. Thomson 1 A. Smith 1 B. McGrane 1 UHS-VU: M. Sweeney 2 B. Collins 1 D. Heywood 1 BEST Kew: B. Woodhouse A. Smith W. Delbridge G. Evans T. Ellis A. Michael UHS-VU: W. Smith A. Certo A. Hellner B. Collins R. McNeill C. Marchio Elsternwick 2.2 6.4 8.5 12.7 (79) Old Westbourne 4.5 7.6 9.13 9.14 (68) GOALS Elsternwick: D. Byrne 3 J. Biviano 2 A. Foster 2 P. Convey 2 M. Thiele 2 A. Lewis 1 Old Westbourne: B. Knee 3 A. Maki 2 M. Chodowski 1 M. Bresnan 1 D. Stanley 1 A. Noble 1 BEST Elsternwick: S. Convery C. Milledge J. Marshall D. Byrne M. McKenna E. McCormack Old Westbourne: Y. Le M. Chodowski J. England R. Binney D. Stanley A. Maki Ivanhoe 6.3 11.8 17.11 22.17 (149) Richmond Central 0.1 2.2 3.5 3.5 (23) GOALS Ivanhoe: J. Holland 7 M. Brazzale 4 D. Diakoumakos 3 C. Traeger 3 A. Hanna 2 B. Curtis 1 P. Carydis 1 J. Scoble 1 Richmond Central: J. Miragaya 1 A. Pruscino 1 S. Jane 1 BEST Ivanhoe: D. Adams P. Carydis D. Diakoumakos P. Walter J. Holland C. Traeger Richmond Central: S. Lloyd A. Pruscino N. Ryan C. McCluskey S. Bell R. Hickey Yarra Valley 8.3 16.5 18.6 28.10 (178) Hawthorn 1.1 2.2 3.3 3.3 (21) GOALS Yarra Valley: B. Seeger 8 H. Cooper 4 N. Hopper 3 J. Hall 3 J. Harding 3 D. Mills 2 W. Harding 1 G. Smith 1 L. Gillies 1 T. Barro 1 L. McCleary 1 Hawthorn: C. Pinner 1 X. Loader 1 B. Hudson 1 BEST Yarra Valley: J. Cordwell L. Gillies N. Hopper J. Hall D. Hopper N. Paton Hawthorn: A. Lang S. Gunn W. Duffy S. Baker C. Powell C. Pinner Power House 3.1 7.5 14.7 15.15 (105) Albert Park 2.3 4.8 6.11 8.11 (59) GOALS Power House: N. Moresi 4 G. Tubridy 3 R. Marshall 2 J. White 1 M. Chylinski 1 S. Sayers 1 S. Davidson 1 P. Mackney 1 S. Devine 1 Albert Park: J. Gillot 4 M. Hammond 2 K. Wilkinson 1 C. Blizzard 1 BEST Power House: M. Piron S. Leonard S. Davidson G. Cleary G. Tubridy N. Moresi Albert Park: J. Gillot K. Wilkinson M. Hammond C. Barker R. Close M. Lawford

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DIVISION 4

Josh Gabelich

THE UNTHINKABLE The unthinkable has finally happened. South Mornington has somehow been defeated. Although this result breathes life back into this seemingly predictable competition, I’m sure that there are plenty of people who are somewhat disappointed with the end of the Tigers phenomenal run. Twelve wins in a row is an impressive accomplishment. But it did seem unlikely that they could go the entire season without escaping defeat. Unblemished seasons don’t occur too often and I have no doubt that South Mornington would rather a loss now than on Grand Final day. In what was one of the most action packed weekends of football this year, Chadstone almost put together four quarters of scintillating football against tough opposition in Point Cook. The Synners are no strangers to defeat with the club not having tasted victory in over five long, hard seasons. Fellow cellar dwellers in recent times, Manningham Cobras, also demonstrated their strong resurgence this season with a comprehensive victory against West Brunswick. However, in the game of the year so far, Eley Park pulled off one of the greatest upsets in recent memory. The Sharks led from start to finish at Whitehorse Reserve, racing to a six-goal lead at the main break. But the Tigers wouldn’t go down that easily, dominating the second half booting six goals to two. In fact, if South Mornington hadn’t been so wasteful in front of goal, the result may have gone the other way. Twelve-second half behinds didn’t help the ladder leaders in their pursuit to keep their unblemished record in tact. Credit must not be taken away from the very impressive Sharks who have established themselves now as the Tigers biggest threat in September. Matt Corstorphin and Tim Miller played vital roles in leading the home side to 22

victory, whilst Kyle Gascoigne’s four goals was the highlight for the Tigers who were sent home licking their wounds. North Brunswick continued their good recent form with a comfortable victory in front of home fans on Saturday. The Bulls took control of the contest against Mt Lilydale in the second term before running out eventual victors by 45 points. The Rams will have to review what went wrong for them after matching the Bulls in the opening term before slipping away from the contest drastically after the first break. Four goals in the final three stanzas will rarely be adequate to take away the four points. At Jordan Reserve the red and blue put in their best performance of the season. Alas it wasn’t quite enough to take home the chocolates against a lacklustre Point Cook outfit. Shocked on lookers couldn’t believe their eyes when Chadstone went in to the quarter time huddle with a sixteen point lead. If it weren’t for the Bulldogs seven goal last quarter, the margin would have been even closer. The Synners third quarter was their most impressive for 2012 with five goals against one of this seasons greatest threats to the premiership. Club stalwart Cisco George put on a show for ecstatic home fans, whereas Ben Cox was the standout for the less than impressive Dogs. With South Mornington’s loss demonstrating that they can be beaten this year, clubs like Swinburne Uni will be fuelled with extra confidence heading into the business end of the season. The Razorbacks dispatched of Box Hill North in a rather comprehensive manner at Elgar Park. The Demons remained in touching distance of the students throughout the contest but it took up until the last quarter for the victory to be confirmed. Six goals by Richie Lugg went a long TODAY SELECTIONS IN BOLD 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

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way to putting the Razorbacks’ demons to bed. Dan Penny led the way for the home side with four majors. The much-improved Manningham Cobras were once again out to prove to the competition that they could compete with anyone on any given Saturday. West Brunswick was the latest team to experience the new brand of football being successfully carried out at Koonung Reserve. The Cobras, led by spearhead Scott McPherson who nailed nine goals in a best on ground performance, led all the way in this contest to put the Pies away by five goals. Josh Melican was instrumental in West Brunswick’s engine room but his effort was in vein, as West Brunswick couldn’t stick with the Cobra’s. Today: South Mornington will be even more

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LAST ROUND

Eley Park Sharks 6.2 13.7 13.10 15.15 (105) South Mornington 4.5 7.8 11.12 13.20 (98) GOALS Eley Park Sharks: J. Edlich 4 D. Perkins 3 D. Bennett 2 D. Viola 1 C. Brown 1 Z. Khariwala 1 A. Pillay 1 G. Deacon 1 J. Peack 1 South Mornington: K. Gascoigne 4 J. Spencer 2 J. Albrecht 2 B. Williams 2 S. Cunningham 1 M. Heib 1 T. Mitchell 1 BEST Eley Park Sharks: M. Corstorphin T. Miller M. Viola A. Renshaw D. Bennett A. Peack South Mornington: T. Mitchell S. Smith M. Clark S. Cunningham B. Price J. Spencer Manningham Cobras 4.2 10.4 14.7 18.9 (117) West Brunswick 2.6 4.7 10.7 13.10 (88) GOALS Manningham Cobras: S. McPherson 9 C. Terpsinis 3 T. Moughanie 3 D. Sullivan 1 M. Visser 1 D. Gibson 1 West Brunswick: M. Holmes 4 B. Shepherd 2 A. Campbell 2 L. Martin 2 J. Jenkins 1 A. Forbes 1 M. Handscombe 1 BEST Manningham Cobras: S. McPherson T. Conn T. Moughanie C. Terpsinis D. Sullivan S. Leonard West Brunswick: J. Melican L. Martin A. Campbell J. Forbes M. Holmes A. Forbes Point Cook 0.1 5.4 9.6 16.9 (105) Chadstone 2.5 3.8 8.12 11.15 (81) GOALS Point Cook: B. Lucas 4 D. Sidwell 3 P. Hegarty 2 M. Pozzuto 2 R. Munn 1 T. Cassidy 1 D. Burton 1 J. Lampi 1 T. Wilson 1 Chadstone: S. Mann 2 J. Natoli 2 D. Bennett 2 B. Adams 1 F. George 1 D. Field 1 D. Cuming 1 K. Biggs 1 BEST Point Cook: B. Cox K. Kavanagh P. Hegarty J. Lampi D. Burton G. NOYE Chadstone: B. Adams F. George R. Tanner S. Sceney G. Sceney J. Natoli North Brunswick 3.3 8.7 10.12 14.16 (100) Mt Lilydale 3.1 5.6 6.11 7.13 (55) GOALS North Brunswick: P. Notaro 3 S. Mair 2 A. Makarucha 2 T. Leary 2 S. Ghasimzadeh 1 R. Santacre 1 S. Gallagher 1 R. Sweeney 1 N. Box 1 Mt Lilydale: B. Hughes 2 J. Roberts 2 M. Hampton 1 S. Molloy 1 M. Pulkka 1 BEST North Brunswick: A. Cooper J. Ford J. Cox P. Gagliano Mt Lilydale: B. Hughes M. Pulkka G. Finkemeyer A. Thorne J. Daley J. Roberts Swinburne University 7.3 12.10 17.17 23.20 (158) Box Hill North 5.3 10.4 14.8 16.11 (107) GOALS Swinburne University: R. Lugg 6 M. Westland 3 J. Brun 3 J. Manning 3 K. Fitzpatrick 2 B. Higgins 2 L. Dalton 1 Z. Scrase 1 M. Saunders 1 D. Hassaballa 1Box Hill North: C. Langley 4 D. Penny 4 B. Pearce 2 C. Liston 2 L. Vandenakker 2 E. Charles 1 T. Manno 1 BEST Swinburne University: R. Lugg P. Wild B. Higgins M. Saunders K. Fitzpatrick Z. Scrase Box Hill North: M. Causer D. Penny C. Langley T. Manno S. Harrison X. Ellis

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difficult to beat than usual when they host Manningham in a game most opposition would rather not like to have after the Tigers defeat last week. In the game of the round Point Cook host Eley Park. The Dogs are coming off a lacklustre performance and the Sharks are coming off the big win over the Tigers, should make for an enthralling contest. At Mt Lilydale, Box Hill North will be keen to put in another high scoring performance against the battling Rams. The big derby between the Brunswick clubs will be another tantalising game to watch. And things could get ugly when Swinburne Uni takes on the improving Synners.

DIVISION FOUR RESERVE South Mornington 4.2 11.2 15.6 22.12 (144) Eley Park Sharks 3.0 5.4 8.8 8.8 (56) GOALS South Mornington: M. Duff 4 J. Dowsett 3 L. Wade 3 P. Johns 3 K. Debernardi 2 Z. Godden 1 C. Benton 1 A. Hicks 1 C. Muczynski 1 R. Matthews 1 L. Riley 1 R. McConvilleBrain 1 Eley Park Sharks: N. Bahnsen 3 A. Farrugia 2 D. Crawford 2 R. Price 1 BEST South Mornington: M. Duff C. Benton C. Cowan M. McGreal P. Randle L. Wade Eley Park Sharks: H. Priest D. Bowen A. Wreford N. Bahnsen J. Kiklis I. Gridchin West Brunswick 6.3 9.7 12.12 21.16 (142) Manningham Cobras 1.1 3.2 5.3 5.4 (34) GOALS West Brunswick: S. O’Neill 6 C. Ashley 3 L. Campbell 3 J. Ong 2 J. Hopkins 2 J. Boyd 1 S. Devers 1 R. Benjamin 1 L. Stewart 1 H. Baird 1 Manningham Cobras: M. Bosso 2 J. Trinchi 1 M. Muller 1 J. Swan 1 BEST West Brunswick: A. McKenzie H. Baird S. Devers J. Boyd D. Hh S. O’Neill Manningham Cobras: T. Fradkin M. Muller A. McDill P. Whitehouse P. Toogood C. Jolly Point Cook 5.3 10.4 15.6 19.9 (123) Chadstone 2.0 2.2 7.5 7.6 (48) GOALS Point Cook: B. Hunter 4 N. Burton 4 C. Barry 3 C. Haynes 3 B. Ward 2 S. Pengelly 1 J. Pozzuto 1 A. Paris 1 Chadstone: M. Cole 2 M. Johns 1 B. Stewart 1 J. Britten 1 C. Kimitsis 1 L. Perry 1 BEST Point Cook: B. McKay J. Sutherland C. Barry B. Hunter R. Koli P. Donoghue Chadstone: B. Biggs B. Stewart K. Rimmer C. Kimitsis G. Caffieri M. Cole Mt Lilydale 2.1 4.3 8.4 11.5 (71) North Brunswick 3.4 7.4 7.9 7.11 (53) GOALS Mt Lilydale: L. Hill 3 J. Smith 2 S. Hickey 2 C. Ward 1 J. Oakes 1 M. Williams 1 L. Oakes 1 North Brunswick: D. Lo Presti 2 T. Geary 1 S. Wernham 1 D. Allan 1 H. Wilson 1 B. Pryor 1 BEST Mt Lilydale: L. Hill S. Hickey R. Black L. Powell B. Andrews M. Williams North Brunswick: D. Lo Presti D. Allan R. Power B. Pryor T. Geary T. Ackland Box Hill North 6.3 7.6 11.7 14.10 (94) Swinburne University 2.2 6.5 10.9 11.15 (81) GOALS Box Hill North: N. Berlowitz 3 L. Desmond 2 G. Weston 2 K. Axten 1 S. Campbell 1 J. Tambakis 1 B. Gorniak 1 M. Penny 1 A. Rodrigues 1 R. Adams 1 Swinburne University: B. Gittus 4 K. Finn 2 T. Kennedy 1 J. Coy 1 M. Hodgson 1 M. Dunn 1 C. O’Keeffe 1 BEST Box Hill North: K. Axten L. Desmond S. Campbell N. Crossan N. Cox J. Tambakis Swinburne University: C. O’Keeffe M. Hodgson J. Loring M. Dunn J. Carroll B. Gittus

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UNDER 19 Section 3 Old Xaverians v Mazenod Ormond v Northern Blues PEGS v Collegians St Bernards v Old Camberwell UNDER 19 South Beaumaris v Hampton Rovers De La Salle v St Mary’s Salesian Monash Blues v Parkdale Vultures St Bedes/Mentone Tigers v Peninsula UNDER 19 North Old Geelong v Ivanhoe Therry Penola v La Trobe University Williamstown CYMS v MHSOB UNDER 18 St Bernards v St Mary’s Salesian Werribee Districts v Rupertswood Williamstown CYMS v Oakleigh UHS-VU / Flemington Bye PREMIER THIRDS De La Salle v Old Scotch Old Xaverians v Old Trinity Caulfield Grammarians v Collegians Old Carey v University Blues St Bernards Bye PREMIER B THIRDS Old Brighton v Old Melburnians St Kevins v AJAX University Blacks v Northern Blues Old Xaverians Bye PREMIER C THIRDS Marcellin v Mazenod Old Camberwell v Old Mentonians Fitzroy v St Kevins Whitefriars v Banyule CLUB XVIII (1) Williamstown CYMS v NOBS/ St Pats Old Melburnians v Ivanhoe Old Xaverians v Monash Blues Prahran Assumption v Fitzroy St Bernards v Therry Penola De La Salle Bye CLUB XVIII (2) Bulleen Templestowe v Therry Penola Richmond Snakes v Hawthorn Kew v Richmond Cardinals Old Paradians v Eley Park Sharks UHS-VU v Old Geelong

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CAULFIELD GRAMM

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

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

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

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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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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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COLLEGIANS

Coach: Adam Andrews Assistant: Gerard Sholly/Leigh McQuillen

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

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

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

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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ST BERNARDS

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

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

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

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

Steven Freemantle Damien Yze Ben Smithwick Julian Rowe Luke Maslin James Rimington Thomas Evans (C) Paul Fiorenza Matt Parker Mathew Laidlaw Scott Virtue Marshall Bull Alistair Stewart-Holmes Jarrod Reid Brendan Huf Simon Harris Nicholas Colbert Carl Peterson James Murrie Lachlan McqueenMiscamble Pierre Seale Cameron Howat (C) Alexander Thompson (RC) James Evans James Wagner Allister Parton Sam Arthur Jack Joslin Cameron Jones Brett De Leijer Bas Simpson Luke Marriott Luke Crozier Robert Josephs Thomas Newton Steve Harris Luke Mckinnon (RC) Sam Hassett Gavin Plummer Harry Moore Scott Gordon

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OAKLEIGH

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

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

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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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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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BEAUMARIS

OLD IVANHOE

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

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

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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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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UNIVERSITY BLACKS

Coach: Nathan Brown Assistants: Daniel Hughes/Peter Nunn Reserves: Chris Jenkins Thirds: John Guest 1 2 2 3 4 5 6 7 7 8 9 10 10 11 11 12 13 13 14 14 15 16 16 17 18 19 20 21 21 22 22 23 25 25 25 26 27 28 29 31 31

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

University Blacks

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

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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OLD BRIGHTON

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

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

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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James North Jack Cannon Tom Jakobi 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 Michael Karayannis Jon Perrett Riley Cummin Ben Austen 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 Leigh Hendra

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David Fallon Spencer Timms Tim Cooney Aran Hayes Stuart Mckell Will Priestley Andrew Ogilvie Jarrod Sargent Nick Paterson Zac Allcott James Salem Will Bardoel Callum Nicholls Pat Kelly Stuart Hooy Brendan Blatt Kieran Rawlinson Marshall Pascoe Sam Roney Alistair Taylor Scott Eastgate Ryan Eastgate

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WERRIBEE DISTRICTS

OLD HAILEYBURY

Coach: Kirk Norton Reserves: Shane Doyle

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

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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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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BANYULE

OLD CAMBERWELL

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

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

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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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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HAMPTON ROVERS

MAZENOD

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

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

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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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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MARCELLIN

FITZROY

Coach: Steve Macpherson

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

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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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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PARKDALE VULTURES

MONASH BLUES

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

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

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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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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PEGS FC

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

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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

PEGS FOOTBALL CLUB

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Coach: Trent Cummings Assistant: Damian Zanic

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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CLUB WAREHOUSE RISING STAR 2012 LACHLAN BOYD - BEAUMARIS Lachlan Boyd or “Boydy” has settled comfortably into the Senior side of Beaumaris this year. He has fitted into his new role of Fullback with maturity and poise. Having played all his life in the forward line, Jason Mifsud obviously saw his athletic 195cm and 93kg frame, and his booming kick as a valuable asset in defence. Lachie’s junior years were spent at Beaumaris Football Club and he was a member of the Victorian under 16 Metro team. After two successful years at Sandringham Dragons, which included a Premiership, he has returned to his roots and is relishing being back “home”. He loves the community and family atmosphere of Beaumaris and his excellent form this season has been welcomed by everyone. * 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 LINDA LUONG - WEST BRUNSWICK Linda Luong  has  provided tireless work as the head trainer at WBAFC since 2011. She always brings a positive and happy attitude to the track and provides excellent guidance and assistance to new trainers at the club. She has also managed to do amazing job of getting injured players fixed and backup on the track. Congratulations on being nominated for trainer of the year.

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Geoff Reilley Davies, Bourbon, Wells (MG). The field umpires were the very experienced pair of Anthony Damen and Alan Stubbs.

12 MONTHS AGO – 2011 AJAX and Werribee were the logical Grand Finalists based on their clear leadership in C Section. Werribee met Monash Blues with the Blues needing a win to hold a position in the top four. Alas Werribee had no intention of allowing the opposition a ‘look-in’ as they demonstrated in the first quarter with 7.1 to 0.1. It didn’t get any better for the Uni students as Werribee destroyed their confidence with a withering display to finish 31.18 to 7.5. Best – Cunningham (10), Dean, Lee, Black (4), Taylor (6), Morrow (Werribee) and Davidson, Bartram, Reid, Hickey, Young, McKenzie (Monash). In Division 1 Bulleen Templestowe recorded their first win for the season against Old Mentonians and now gave themselves a chance to avoid relegation. Final score 20.9 to 8.13 and best – Edsall, Chivers, Florance (4), Gaul (3), Sargent, Considine (BT) and Snow, Stone, Myers-Snyders, Johnson, Duncan, Speers (OM). The leading goal kicker in the competition to date was clearly Ben Spencer (St Francis-Xavier) in Division 4 with 85. Next best was also in Division 4, Aaron Marsh (Point Cook) with 74. 5 YEARS AGO – 2007 Good contest between Banyule and St Johns in D2 Section with the ‘Jocs’ starting better but the Bears drawing level at half time. Banyule were fantastic in the third quarter and continued in the last quarter, winning 21.10 to 16.19. Best – Brown (9), Demetriou, Lardo, Doyle O’Neill (6), Richardson (Banyule) and O’Connor, Davitt, Kelly, Wilsnach, Arnold, Mara (StJ). Old Westbourne got over the line against Monash Gryphons in D3 in a low scoring affair 11.9 to 9.9. Although the Gryphons were fighting relegation and Westbourne were clear leaders in their section it was a great contest as the Gryphons came back strongly in the last term. Best – Balloch, Harmer, Chalmers, Pavez, Collins, Gerace (OW) and Baxter, Rutherford, Harrak, 44

In the D4 Section thriller between local rivals Box Hill North and Eley Park, it looked as though Eley Park would take the points at half time with a handy lead. Box Hill North pegged it back a couple of goals at the final change and both teams were terrific in the great finish. It was the BHN boys who triumphed by 1 point (13.17 to 13.16) and were delighted to be in fourth place. Best – Riscalla, Beaumont, D Penny, Keillor, Irish (4), Steele (BHN) and D Payne, M Payne, Jolly (3), Creswell, Alexandridis, Bennett (Eley Park). 10 YEARS AGO – 2002 Old Xaverians firmed into favoritism for an unprecedented 7th flag in 8 seasons when they easily accounted for one of their main challengers, Old Scotch, 15.16 to 10.12 in the match of the day. Establishing an early lead, the Xavs were very systematic in their style of play as had come to be expected. Best – Landrigan, Ford, B Coughlan, Blood, Richardson (7), Drake (OX) and Nettleton, Robinson, Ross (3), Holt, Beranger, Mullins (OS). Mazenod and Old Melburnians could not be separated at the end of their encounter, 10.15 apiece and had given a display fitting of two top four teams. Mazenod tended to blow their chances with some wayward kicking early and OM’s similarly in the second half. Best – Murray, L Fuller, Hanley, Dunne, Apollonio (3), Nelson (Maz) and Smith, Guest, Berry, Hicks, Hazell (4), Theodore (OM’s). In Brad Beitzel’s weekly column, (FTLOTG) he highlighted a new series, “Know your Executive”. First pen picture was of VAFA President, Richard Evans. Richard was a member of Old Ivanhoe since 1969 and became their long-standing delegate to the VAFA before joining the VAFA Executive and as Chairman of the Permits Committee. Apart from the enormous amount of time Richard spent serving the VAFA in a committed and honorary capacity, his other main sporting interest was golf. 20 YEARS AGO – 1992 Doveton, on top in E Section, did not have it THE AMATEUR FOOTBALLER 2012


all their own way our at Bulleen United’s home ground. The United boys had had a tough season with only 4 wins on the board but were always hard to beat at home. By half time Doveton held an 11-point lead but Bulleen kept fighting back each time the Doveton boys surged. Doveton finally broke clear in the third term with 4 goals to 2 and held on to win 12.15 to 9.11. Best – Muirhead, Reiger, Wilson, Goodwin, Battle, Andore (Doveton) and Humphrey, Parker, McLaren, Cotteril, Thompson, Dolinko (Bulleen United). In F Section, St Leos Wattle Park continued on their merry way as the only undefeated senior team in the VAFA with a huge victory over Uni High School Old Boys, 29.26 to 6.11. UHSOB worked as hard as they could to hold the ladder leaders but were completely overwhelmed by the talent of the opposition. Best – Murphy, Robinson, Corrigan, Gill, Miller, Sargeant (St Leos) and G Smith, S Williamson, McLean, Gunthorpe, Wallace, D Smith (UHSOB). 30 YEARS AGO – 1982 Old Camberwell made short work of Fawkner in C Section to retain their top position and it was only 7 goals in the final quarter to Fawkner that made their score respectable, 16.16 to 12.9. Best – D Steven, Rogers, Brown (6), King, Buchanan, Horton (Old Ivanhoe) and G Scott, Browne, Raleigh, Johnson, McMahon (4), Teasdale (Fawkner). In D Section, Power House kept themselves just above the relegation area with a good performance at the expense of Uni Reds 18.17 to 6.17. Best – Cross, Bredyk, Coloe, Trist (3), Rosewarne (7), Sutherland (Power House) and Coulson, Ralph, McArthur, Westmore, Pattinson, Dare (Uni Reds). Marcellin Old Collegians congratulated Michael Butler on reaching the 200 game mark. Mick was recruited from the College and he ran the boundary as a schoolboy before commencing as a player. Mick was also a former Club Captain. 40 YEARS AGO – 1972 Reservoir Old Boys remained undefeated in C Section defeating St Kilda CBOC 10.11 to 7.7 Best – F Tuininga, Farrar, Travascus, Archer, Bates, THE AMATEUR FOOTBALLER 2012

Aston (Reservoir) and Bilston, Clinch, Dynon, Esmonde, field, K White (StK CBC). La Trobe’s 13.15 to Alphington’s 6.8 meant the Trobers were relatively safe in the top four in D Section. Best – Roche (8), Dean G O’Brien, Hall, Sceney, Witte (LaT) and W Gale, Delmenico, Adams, Cecil, Johnston, Smith (Alphington). Dennis Wills reached his 100th games for Alphington having started with the Club’s juniors and developing into a fine full back. 45 YEARS AGO – 1967 Collegians’ inaccuracy (5.18) cost them victory and a place in the top four against Caulfield Grammarians (12.7). Noel Stokes, former captain of Kew, played his 200th game. Noel was an outstanding amateur player, three times Club best and fairest and an All Australian player. Commonwealth Bank captain, Tony Borrack, played his 150th game. Tony was a VAFA representative player and also went on to become President of Whitefriars Old Collegians in the 1990’s during their successful move up through the ranks of the VAFA. 60 YEARS AGO - 1952 After 14 rounds Ivanhoe, with only one defeat (to Geelong at Corio), were on top of the B Section ladder with a percentage of 229.9 and were almost un-backable as favourites to return to A Section. North Alphington and Myer (both teams long gone from the VAFA) staged a terrific battle in B Section before North Alphington won 8.8 to 8.7. Ivanhoe Juniors toppled the previously undefeated Ormond Junior 8.14 to 7.12. Geoff Frost played his 100th game for Power House. 45


SHARPSHOOTERS PLAYER

PLAYER

LR

TOTAL

Banyule Rupertswood Old Camberwell Parkdale Vultures Mazenod Mazenod

7 4 6 3 1 3

54 46 42 37 29 29

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

Marcellin Old Camberwell Marcellin Mazenod Mazenod

3 0 0 0 0

41 34 22 20 19

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

Fitzroy Marcellin Old Camberwell Mazenod St Kevins

10 7 9 5 4

42 37 32 29 29

2012 Division 1 Shaun Payze Callum Wood Todd Patterson Josh Vanderloo Paul Ellis

Peninsula Old Geelong NOBs/St Pats Williamstown CYMS Old Geelong

2 1 6 2 0

46 43 32 32 30

2012 Division 1 Reserve Jake Archdeacon William Harris Bilal Zeitoune James Coghlan Lucas Taylor

Peninsula Old Geelong Old Mentonians Peninsula MHSOB

4 2 2 6 2

39 34 33 26 21

LR

TOTAL

St Bedes/Mentone Tigers

0 3 2 4 1

49 37 35 32 30

2012 Premier Reserve Julian Hampton Nicolas Fyfield Christopher Larkins Michael Hannan Sam Cutts Angus Tummel

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

Collegians De La Salle Old Xaverians Old Xaverians Collegians Old Scotch

0 4 4 5 1 2

26 22 20 19 17 17

2012 Premier Thirds Brett Scott Sam Morwood Andrew Walsh Michael Hennessy

Caulfield Gramm De La Salle University Blues Old Xaverians

1 3 1 0

22 19 18 18

2012 Premier B Henry Parkes Scott Gower Christopher Molivas David Fayman Jake Lew Nicholas Butler

St Kevins Beaumaris Werribee Districts AJAX AJAX Old Ivanhoe

4 0 0 3 4 5

38 33 31 30 29 29

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

Old Melburnians University Blacks Old Brighton Old Haileybury Beaumaris Old Brighton

7 0 2 0 2 1

29 25 25 21 21 21

2012 Premier B Thirds Lachlan McRedmond Thomas Crookes Daniel Anthony

Northern Blues St Kevins Old Brighton

0 1 0

27 25 22

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

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CLUB

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PLAYER

CLUB

LR

TOTAL

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

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

7 4 4 4 0

54 51 38 33 33

2012 Division 2 Reserve Timothy Mawdsley Rick Ellis Luke Giansiracusa Richard Hummerston

La Trobe University Prahran Assump Prahran Assump Monash Gryphons

1 10 4 3

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

Ivanhoe Elsternwick Kew Richmond Central UHS-VU

2012 Division 3 Reserve Benjamin Seeger Mitchell Sweeney Marc Brazzale James Sutton Christian Traeger

PLAYER

CLUB

LR

TOTAL

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

Old Haileybury Old Brighton St Kevins Old Trinity Marcellin

3 0 1 3 2

50 41 35 27 25

24 23 23 22

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

Collegians Northern Blues Mazenod Old Xaverians Northern Blues

0 4 0 0 4

52 38 36 33 27

9 3 1 0 0

86 57 53 46 44

2012 U19 North Jai Swainger Karey Taylor Darrell Blake Thomas Williams

Ivanhoe Old Geelong Therry Penola La Trobe University

0 6 1 3

53 45 33 28

Yarra Valley UHS-VU Ivanhoe Albert Park Ivanhoe

8 2 4 0 3

69 58 39 28 26

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

St Bedes/Mentone Tigers

Monash Blues Parkdale Vultures De La Salle Peninsula

6 7 1 0 2

49 40 32 31 30

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

South Mornington Manningham Cobras Box Hill North North Brunswick Point Cook

2 9 4 3 0

77 57 48 42 37

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

Werribee Districts Oakleigh St Bernards Oakleigh St Mary’s Salesian

5 1 0 2 3

55 40 24 21 19

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

Swinburne Uni South Mornington Eley Park Sharks Eley Park Sharks Point Cook Eley Park Sharks

1 1 2 2 4 0

55 44 43 35 28 28

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

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

8 3 0 3 1

74 45 40 36 36

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

Therry Penola Old Geelong Hawthorn Hawthorn Richmond Cardinals

2 0 7 5 0

85 57 42 38 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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0 0 3 4

48 42 40 34

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U19 REPORT U19 Premier In a game where Fitzroy were expected to struggle, the Roys did well against Old Melburnians and it could have been better had they kicked straight. In the end Melburnians had too many avenues to goal (11 goal kickers) with Nick Mclardy the best kicking four in a 70 point win. So often we have seen sides be all square at half time only to fall away in the second period of the game. Not so this clash between St Bedes / Mentone Tigers and Old Xaverians at Brindisi St. The Tigers led by three points at the final change and ended up losing by just four points in a cracking contest. U19 Big V representative Charlie Woodley (Xavs) returned to the side in style with three goals, also with three were Steven Berengo (Xavs), James Daizotto (SBMT) and Hayden Jeans (SBMT), but Robert Ralph (Xavs) beat all-comers with four. The second quarter efforts of Beaumaris who kicked 5.5 to Uni Blacks’ solitary goal was the difference in this clash. Blacks outscored Beauy in the final term and the efforts of Jonathon Bunge to kick six were great but it wasn’t enough as the students went down by 5 goals. St Bernards had a happy day at home to Old Scotch winning by an impressive 136 points. It was a day to be called Jack, as Fenner (6) and Gay (4) kicked 10 between them for the Bernies. De La Salle accounted for University Blues quite easily to remain top. Oscar Persson and Adrian Indovino both three goals each, were the major contributors to the scoreboard whilst Harry Haley stole his brother’s limelight for the week with a best on ground performance. U19 Section 2 In a quick summation; Old Brighton defeated Caulfield Grammarians by 32 points, Old Trinity beat Old Haileybury by 47 points, St Kevins rolled Old Carey by 21 points and Werribee Districts (Cooke 6 goals) triumphed handsomely over Marcellin by 115 points. Late season team review by the PHANTOM Thank you to the Phantom for his contribution on Section 2. The Phantom will be back in the finals to run his thoughts over the sides in contention. If you 48

would like to contribute to this column then please submit to andrew@vafa.com.au. ST.KEVIN’S lost round 1 by 60 points to Old Brighton but have come back with strength across the side. Have covered the Under 19 players going to the seniors and look the goods at this point. Went down to Brighton by a goal at their last outing and lost to Werribee away, will give the finals a shake. Coach Ray Leetham - six years in the VAFA Under 19 program - has picked up some important aspects about the system and knows how games are won. OLD BRIGHTON were early flag favourites but had a mid season slump and lost three games in a month. Suffered as players went on holidays and others were pushed to the seniors. Coach Adam Pirrie has seen the side finish on top and the bottom so he knows both extremes. The defeat over Caulfield gives them points ahead of third spot. WERRIBEE started slowly but building some depth as the season progresses. The fallout from the St Kevin’s Foundation game still hurts. Will attempt a third finals run in three years but are aware of the obstacles ahead. The coaching staff at Werribee crave success, the questions is, how much do the players? CAULFIELD GRAMMARIANS are up one week and down the next - hard to pick form probably due to the fact they are so close to the Caulfield racetrack. At this point don’t back them, as your money is more valuable in your pocket. Trying to hold on to fourth but could miss the finals with a couple of losses. Coach Josh McCahon uses his school teacher background to coach the Fields and is getting the message through. OLD TRINITY have been there abouts and recently had good wins against Old Hailebury and Old Carey. Probably should be higher on the ladder. Competitive but often lose best talent to the seniors. Coach Jed Burgess takes the laid back approach to coaching but gets results. OLD HAILEBURY are usually very handy at home but have been outsmarted on their own turf on a number of occasions. Early four favourites but may miss the August finals action due to dropping some games they pencilled in as wins. The game against St Kevin’s was a cracker – a high standard affair, but the Bloods fell short. Coach Dale Anderson has been around footy a long time and is teaching his group a thing or two they did not know. THE AMATEUR FOOTBALLER 2012


OLD CAREY over the season have built themselves a side capable of winning some games. A couple of close loses would have hurt especially the Old Trinity defeat in the last seconds. Difficult to beat at home, if they retain a number of players next year they will be competitive. President Paul Newton coached the Under19’s in the past and expects them to play competitive footy which they continue to do under coach Michael Ericson. MARCELLIN started with a slim list and found the first few rounds tough but stuck with the game plan and won a great game mid season. In the rebuilding phase after last year’s finals run. What is missing this year is the massive home ground advantage that used to scare some sides. At this point looking towards next season and coach Paul Bevan should seek another year to develop the second year players. U19 Section 3 Old Camberwell went to Ormond and came away with a 71 point win, with Chris Webster kicking six goals. Northern Blues did a similar raid mission on St Bernards to the tune of 103 points, with Damon Marcon snagging five goals, and there were four each to James King and Jake Powell. It was another big margin when Old Xaverians hosted Collegians and again the home side suffered at the hands of their visitors. Elliot Cattel kicked four in a fine display for the Lions as they went on to win by 58 points. 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

U19 North Ivanhoe were paid a visit by La Trobe University and after trailing at quarter time, the home side went on to win by 43 points in a professional display with 10 players getting on the score sheet kicking a major. Old Geelong made the shortest trip in the section along Alexandra Avenue to MHSOBs and the OG’s could go home happy with an 83 point win, led by Karey Taylor who kicked six. Williamstown CYMS had a good win at Therry Penola by 23 points after trailing their hosts by 10 points at the final change. Christian Wiltshire was best for the CY’s. U19 South Hampton Rovers suffered at the hands of Peninsula with many of their better players playing senior football. Peninsula enjoyed a 98 point win with 10 players kicking goals in a great team performance. De La Salle produced another splendid performance to outplay an undermanned Beaumaris and win by 129 points at home. Matt Hogan with six and Jamie Smith with four goals were the standouts up forward whilst Todd Richardson was great for four quarters. St Bedes / Mentone Tigers ran over the top of Monash Blues despite a seven goal haul from Chris Wheeler for the Blues. The Tigers had dual targets in Jordan Young and Micahel O’Connor who both bagged six goals each in the 86 point win. Parkdale Vultures had a solid hit-out against St Mary’s Salesian in their 17 point away win. Jackson Boland slotted five for the visitors whilst Bronson Mungatopi was named best for the home team. UNDER 19 North MHSOB v La Trobe University Old Geelong v Therry Penola Williamstown CYMS v Ivanhoe

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

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RESULTS Under 19 Premier De La Salle 2.6 6.10 10.15 14.19 (103) University Blues 1.1 4.3 4.6 7.6 (48) GOALS De La Salle: A. Indovino 3 O. Persson 3 J. Gava 2 S. Gotch 2 R. McCarthy 1 M. Stizza 1 P. Johnson 1 C. Panna 1 University Blues: L. Wardle 3 E. McMullin 2 N. Green 1 R. Wettenhall 1 BEST De La Salle: H. Haley S. Gotch s. McGraw M. Stizza L. Wood A. Indovino University Blues: B. Watson L. Wardle T. Ostrowsky S. MacAulay J. Pemmelaar E. McMullin Old Melburnians 0.0 0.0 0.0 17.11 (113) Fitzroy 0.0 0.0 0.0 5.13 (43) GOALS Old Melburnians: N. McLardy 4 S. Watson 3 L. Prendergast 2 A. Coleridge 1 C. Borthwick 1 T. Watson 1 J. De Fegley 1 H. Michelmore 1 T. Spargo 1 S. Peack 1 H. Wei 1 Fitzroy: J. Ford 2 E. Scott 1 J. Sawyer 1 D. Cooney-O’Donoghue 1 J. Iacono 1 BEST Old Melburnians: N. McLardy J. De Fegley S. Peack N. Churkovich T. Watson H. Michelmore Fitzroy: D. Cooney-O’Donoghue J. Ford D. Tieman E. Bryan J. Sawyer R. Lloyd Old Xaverians 4.3 8.6 13.9 16.9 (105) St Bedes / Mentone Tigers 3.3 8.6 14.6 15.11 (101) GOALS Old Xaverians: R. Ralph 4 S. Berengo 3 C. Woodley 3 S. Grigg 1 L. Denton 1 M. Margin 1 H. Batten 1 T. Williams 1 H. Lachal 1 St Bedes / Mentone Tigers: J. Dalzotto 3 H. Jeans 3 T. Jeans 2 B. Wighton 2 T. McMahon 1 J. Vawdrey 1 B. Denton 1 P. Hurst 1 C. Byrnes 1 BEST Old Xaverians: L. Denton S. Franklyn J. Skene P. Monti A. Sorrenti R. Ralph St Bedes / Mentone Tigers: J. Dalzotto J. McKee S. D’Andrea C. Kinsey J. Dawes J. Beckwith St Bernards 3.4 11.6 20.9 27.14 (176) Old Scotch 1.2 1.3 4.3 6.4 (40) GOALS St Bernards: J. Fenner 6 J. Gay 4 N. McAllister 2 M. Hughes 2 A. Johnson 2 S. Wood 1 J. Bennie 1 L. Sullivan 1 P. Romano 1 J. Weir 1 P. MacDonough 1 H. Overman 1 A. Graham 1 S. Piantella 1 J. Solomon 1 J. Van Meel 1 Old Scotch: A. Greenaway 3 C. McDonough 1 N. Reddish 1 J. Clarke 1 BEST St Bernards: J. Weir J. Gay S. Wood J. Fenner P. MacDonough H. Overman Old Scotch: W. Hamer A. Greenaway C. O’Beirne A. Reeves A. Hummerston C. Long Beaumaris 4.4 9.9 11.13 14.17 (101) University Blacks 2.2 3.2 7.5 11.5 (71) GOALS Beaumaris: A. Goss 3 . Smout 2 S. Chamberlain 2 T. Gandy 1 T. Douglas 1 M. Williams 1 K. McDonagh 1 S. Bennett 1 H. Bennett 1 B. McLean 1 University Blacks: J. Bunge 6 S. Sher 2 D. McGahey 1 J. Sandford 1 J. Lenehan 1 BEST Beaumaris: L. Bourne T. Gandy A. Smout S. Sheldrick A. Shulman M. Williams University Blacks: J. Bunge S. Pattinson S. Bell A. Commins T. Whiting S. Sher U19 Section 2 Old Brighton 0.3 2.8 6.15 7.17 (59) Caulfield Grammarians 0.2 1.4 1.9 2.15 (27) GOALS Old Brighton: N. Paine 2 K. Kempster 1 L. Healy 1 H. Graham 1 L. Otto 1 D. Verney 1 Caulfield Grammarians: F. Cooper 1 W. Kingwill 1 BEST Old Brighton: M. Bade H. Cannon T. Hamilton C. Hardgrave K. Kempster J. Longbottom Caulfield Grammarians: H. Scully T. Quinn W. Peart C. Logan A. Burtsin F. Cooper Old Trinity 3.5 8.9 11.14 15.16 (106) Old Haileybury 4.1 5.3 7.6 8.11 (59) GOALS Old Trinity: O. Fairweather 6 T. Mitchell 3 A. Heuston 2 B. Syme 2 E. Weatherson 1 J. Steinhart 1 Old Haileybury: M. Mitchell 3 M. Shill 2 S. Kenworthy 1 L. Pinot 1 P. Hutchinson 1 BEST Old Trinity: O. Fairweather E. Satur J. Steinhart A. Hasiotis B. Syme T. Mitchell Old Haileybury: S. Hall P. Hutchinson J. Toy M. Shill N. Leonidas A. Budge St Kevins 3.4 5.8 9.12 13.17 (95) Old Carey 2.1 7.2 9.2 12.2 (74) GOALS St Kevins: W. Coates 5 J. Gambaro 2 L. Nankervis 1 J. Barrie 1 T. Soultanakis 1 J. Cellini 1 J. Ritchie 1 M. Manning 1 Old Carey: M. Evans 3 S. Cambridge 3 S. Wilson 2 P. Cremean 2 K. Fraser 1 F. Cator 1 BEST St Kevins: T. Ryan C. Holland M. Eva J. Cellini W. Coates M. Lew Old Carey: M. Walczak S. Wilson F. Cator C. Wood M. Evans J. Ceppi Werribee Districts 3.10 5.14 13.15 22.20 (152) Marcellin 1.1 1.4 2.7 5.7 (37) GOALS Werribee Districts: J. Cooke 6 M. Turner 3 M. Secoulidis 3 N. Arias 3 D. Briscoe 2 B. Stoios 1 J. Taylor 1 A. Imber 1 B. McMillan 1 K. Andrews Marcellin: T. Natoli 2 J. Hollaway 2 J. Iezzi 1 BEST Werribee Districts: D. Briscoe J. Cooke M. Turner M. Brown B. Leonard C. Moloney Marcellin: P. Lacarruba J. Iezzi T. Natoli J. Bettello O. Macpherson C. Stewart U19 Section 3 Old Camberwell 4.6 7.9 11.12 15.18 (108) Ormond 1.0 1.1 3.1 6.1 (37) GOALS Old Camberwell: C. Webster 6 N. Russell 2 N. Adamson 2 M. Young 2 M. Troy 1 J. Howells 1 C. Urwin 1 Ormond: N. Curwood 2 J. Pedersen 2 C. Olson 1 T. Hungerford 1 BEST Old Camberwell: J. Howells C. Webster T. Stayner M. Troy C. McLaughlin M. Young Ormond: M. Hirschman D. Riazah-Kesheh C. Olson A. Olson W. Sayce S. McCooke

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Northern Blues 5.7 7.12 14.13 21.18 (144) St Bernards 1.1 1.3 2.4 6.5 (41) GOALS Northern Blues: D. Marcon 5 J. King 4 J. Powell 4 L. Baker 3 S. Dalton 2 J. Prelorenzo 1 P. Dempsey 1 N. Prelorenzo 1 St Bernards: J. Riley 2 J. Notaro 2 P. Comerford 1 L. Jowett 1 BEST Northern Blues: M. Matters J. Sims D. Marcon J. Powell L. Baker M. Langley St Bernards: J. Notaro J. Riley L. Jowett A. Nicou B. Nathan Mazenod 5.3 6.6 8.11 10.12 (72) PEGS 1.2 3.5 5.5 8.8 (56) GOALS Mazenod: not provided PEGS: J. Federico 4 L. Sutawan 1 B. Hannah 1 M. Semini 1 T. Livori 1 BEST Mazenod: not provided PEGS: M. Ferraro D. Perera S. McCann J. Federico N. Karikas J. Williams Collegians 1.0 7.6 11.11 18.14 (122) Old Xaverians 5.5 5.6 6.7 9.10 (64) GOALS Collegians: E. Cattell 4 T. Cantwell 3 S. KING 2 T. Goodman 2 W. Pknee 2 C. Regan 2 H. Pool 1 J. Martin 1 S. Sabbatucci 1 Old Xaverians: C. Fahy 2 E. Wordsworth 1 J. Delmo 1 H. O’Sullivan 1 J. Pantas 1 R. Gallagher 1 P. Mardling 1 Z. Cosgrave 1 BEST Collegians: S. Hibbins H. Pool N. Blackney E. Cattell M. Dkery C. Regan Old Xaverians: H. O’Sullivan J. Pititto M. Vlahos M. Dvorscek C. Fahy T. Hannon U19 North Ivanhoe 3.1 6.4 8.10 13.15 (93) La Trobe University 3.2 4.2 6.2 8.2 (50) GOALS Ivanhoe: J. Harbottle 2 S. Bettiol 2 K. Blackmore-Moore 2 J. Normand 1 M. Rees 1 B. Grigg 1 Z. Mowat 1 S. Mowat 1 W. Emerson 1 D. Jones 1 La Trobe University: T. Williams 3 D. Ingram 2 J. Hickey 1 T. Quirk 1 M. O’Brien 1 BEST Ivanhoe: J. Moxon B. Grigg A. Purtell D. Ioannou S. Zervides W. Cuthbert La Trobe University: I. Fan T. Toohey L. Fraser E. McKenzie T. Quirk Williamstown CYMS 3.1 5.3 6.10 11.15 (81) Therry Penola 4.0 8.1 9.2 9.4 (58) GOALS Williamstown CYMS: S. Davis 3 M. Dumbleton 2 R. Chan 2 M. Knight 2 A. Heaver 1 T. Gill 1 Therry Penola: M. Jacobson 3 H. Rowe 2 D. Blake 1 B. Egglestone 1 S. Rees 1 S. Calafiore 1 BEST Williamstown CYMS: C. Wiltshire G. Daaboul R. Chan N. Holdsworth B. Callan A. Heaver Therry Penola: H. Donohoe D. Ryan S. Calafiore D. Blake R. McKibbin M. Jacobson Old Geelong 5.4 9.8 15.12 21.15 (141) MHSOB 2.3 6.6 6.8 8.10 (58) GOALS Old Geelong: K. Taylor 6 C. Youngman 3 S. Youngman 2 G. McFarlane 2 G. Macdonald 2 R. de Crespigny 2 S. Hughes 2 C. Jordan 1 A. De Fegely 1 MHSOB: A. Dimitropoulos 4 S. Shearer 1 J. Duell 1 M. Manteit 1 A. Manteit 1 BEST Old Geelong: S. Hughes G. Macdonald C. Jordan C. Youngman S. Youngman G. McFarlane MHSOB: J. Duell M. Manteit M. Dogliotti L. Ferris S. Hayes P. Niklas U19 South Peninsula 6.2 12.4 15.6 17.11 (113) Hampton Rovers 0.1 0.2 0.3 1.9 (15) GOALS Peninsula: N. Coy 3 T. Malan 2 H. Brodie 2 B. Churcher 2 M. Beggs 2 T. Shayler 2 J. Owens 1 N. Baron 1 C. Macaulay 1 A. Brkley 1 Hampton Rovers: S. Care 1 BEST Peninsula: S. Glenn H. Brodie C. Macaulay M. Beggs M. Wilson J. Ramirez Hampton Rovers: J. Mayne J. Massey J. Short L. DeLisle N. Taylor D. Lindstrom De La Salle 5.2 10.7 17.12 24.16 (160) Beaumaris 1.0 2.0 2.0 5.1 (31) GOALS De La Salle: M. Hogan 6 J. Smith 4 D. Spicer 3 T. Richardson 2 X. Leonard 2 P. Hatch 2 N. Lowrie 2 D. Craig 1 S. Murphy 1 S. Woodck 1 Beaumaris: not provided BEST De La Salle: T. Richardson S. Murphy D. Spicer m. Hogan D. CRAIG J. Smith Beaumaris: not provided St Bedes / Mentone Tigers 7.3 12.6 17.6 24.12 (156) Monash Blues 2.1 4.3 9.7 10.8 (68) GOALS St Bedes / Mentone Tigers: J. Young 6 M. O’Connor 6 D. Hampton 3 S. Lay 3 C. McCready 2 M. Hampton 1 W. Lawrence 1 M. Worrell 1 J. Pollard 1 Monash Blues: C. Wheeler 7 O. Graudins 2 H. Melville 1 BEST St Bedes / Mentone Tigers: D. Tanner M. O’Connor P. Goodman D. Hampton J. Young J. Townley Monash Blues: C. Wheeler J. Duffy B. Tilley A. Jeynes O. Fitzpatrick M. McKinna Parkdale Vultures 3.3 8.5 12.8 16.12 (108) St Mary’s Salesian 3.2 7.5 9.6 14.7 (91) GOALS Parkdale Vultures: J. Boland 5 C. Welch 3 D. Glascott 2 J. Kovarik 2 c. stielow 1 M. Dickie 1 L. Emmerson 1 J. Everest 1 St Mary’s Salesian: B. Andrews 3 K. Duerden 2 D. Cropley 2 N. Alexopoulos 2 L. Holmes 2 L. Power 2 M. Op’t Hoog 1 BEST Parkdale Vultures: C. Welch J. Kovarik M. Hotron J. Everest D. Glascott M. Podesta St Mary’s Salesian: B. Mungatopi N. Ludwig D. Cropley B. Andrews A. Bussell J. Kenyon

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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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Ivanhoe

Coach: Adam Slade-Jacobson

Coach: Zoron Colovic

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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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Monash Blues

Beaumaris

Coach: Jay Watts Assists: Peter Rogerson

Coach: Michael Pettingill

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Steve McCarthy & Cam Davidson

ON THIN ICE After the rousing reception received (that’s some great alliteration right there), Cam’s season review will continue in coming weeks. It was disappointing however, to read last week’s column which was penned solely by Macca. Never before has there been so little interest in an Umpire’s Corner, and Macca’s pathetic efforts clearly indicate that his co-scribe deserves a significant pay increase. From University Oval to Manila Last Saturday was a perfect day for football. The sun was shining, the birds were singing, and some of our lighter-skinned umpires were even seen to be applying liberal amounts of sunscreen to escape the UV Rays. There were no excuses for Tom Moloney, who arrived at his game wearing what can only be described as a ‘manscarf’, perfectly knotted and arranged. Not sure whether that fits within the VAFAUA’s ‘match-day attire’ policy? Poker Night Fundraiser Will be held on August 4th. Still plenty of spots available for what should be a great night of poker. Speak to AD or Cam if you’re interested. Optimistic We’ve all heard stories of umpires officiating in significant milestone matches being afforded the opportunity to select their preferred panels. In recognition of their outstanding service over a number of years the coaching panel are always happy to assist in making these days as memorable as possible. However, we’ve never heard of an umpire asking to select a panel because a match happens to fall on their birthday. Sorry Ben Nicholson, when the number of years you’re turning is actually more than the amount of games you’ve umpired you’re probably going to be out of luck. Happy 18th anyway! 56

Fundraising Raffle Once again, we are holding a raffle as part of our fundraising activities. Only 100 tickets will be sold, at a bargain price of $50 each. First (and only) prize is a ‘bar voucher’ to the tune of $2500, with the rest going to the Association. See Grant, Cam or Schwabbie for tickets. We can organise for the cost of your ticket(s) to come straight out of your monthly pay. Coalition Umpire Seems to gaining a bit of popularity this one. It was mentioned last week that field umpire Shane McNamara was called Tony Abbott by a few PEGS supporters a few weeks ago and last weekend copped the same from the Williamstown supporters. Hopefully he get some parliamentary privileges when they hand out the grand finals at the end of the year Long walk We’d all like to wish Peter Teasdale well as he heads off to tackle the Kokoda Track. He’ll miss only two games and will be fit and primed ready to go for the finals. If we have a wet and slushy finals series he’ll be well and truly acclimatised. Harris Family Butchers Don’t forget our sponsors who always do a sensational job in supplying our barby meat at our functions and meetings. Go down and visit them at 73 Mackie Road East Bentleigh and they’ll look after you. Personal Mortgage Managers For all your buying and selling needs in the real estate world, enlist the help of long-time sponsor Anthony Damen who will certainly do the right thing for you. Website Don’t forget to check the website regularly just to keep up to date with what’s going on. Go to http://vafaua.asn.au THE AMATEUR FOOTBALLER 2012


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RESULTS PREMIER THIRDS

LAST ROUND

Old Trinity 2.5 3.9 5.12 9.12 (66) De La Salle 1.1 2.2 5.4 7.6 (48) GOALS Old Trinity: I. Huynh 2 T. Mead 1 T. Fogarty 1 D. Constantinou 1 R. Gillies 1 M. Kepitis 1 D. Bell 1 C. Sparsi 1 De La Salle: S. Morwood 3 N. Hogan 2 C. Watts 1 D. Freeman 1 BEST Old Trinity: M. Kepitis M. Foley A. Collins C. Sparsi I. Huynh T. Fogarty De La Salle: S. Griffin B. Hill S. Morwood P. Monaghan M. Rodgers G. Wadley Collegians 3.1 4.3 9.6 11.8 (74) University Blues 1.2 2.4 2.5 2.10 (22) GOALS Collegians: M. Austin 3 W. Candy 2 J. Ashman 2 A. Huggins 2 M. Parrent 1 N. Williams 1 University Blues: A. Weddell 1 A. Walsh 1 BEST Collegians: K. Findlay A. Huggins J. Slatyer M. Austin R. Blackley W. Schwab University Blues: P. Marshall A. Weddell B. Drake A. Prendergast R. Russo T. Auld Old Scotch 2.6 6.11 11.16 16.22 (118) Caulfield Grammarians 1.2 1.2 1.6 3.6 (24) GOALS Old Scotch: not provided Caulfield Grammarians: N. Edwards 1 B. Scott 1 G. Poulter 1 BEST Old Scotch: not provided Caulfield Grammarians: S. Pincus G. Poulter B. Scott N. Edwards Old Carey 2.3 3.4 6.12 14.13 (97) St Bernards 1.1 5.3 5.3 8.5 (53) GOALS Old Carey: M. Andrews 3 M. Baker 3 N. England 2 J. Carpenter 1 J. Glynne 1 P. Tiras 1 T. MacReady - Bryan 1 N. Pryor 1 T. Rule 1 St Bernards: C. Godfrey 3 W. Kingston 2 J. Rose 1 N. Hughes 1 J. Monaghan 1 BEST Old Carey: P. Gledden J. Carpenter M. Baker T. Rule J. Glynne N. England St Bernards: G. Breheney W. Kingston J. Rose C. Godfrey J. Flannery M. Byrne

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Fitzroy 5.2 11.6 20.8 30.12 (192) Old Mentonians 2.0 2.1 3.1 3.1 (19) GOALS Fitzroy: S. Fulton 10 D. Temple 6 T. Wilson 5 A. Johnson 3 J. Cowan-Clark 1 M. Cusack 1 C. Krousoratis 1 A. Grant 1 N. Brown 1 J. MacKay 1 Old Mentonians: C. Kennedy 1 A. Vardanega 1 A. Rayment 1 BEST Fitzroy: S. Fulton M. Cusack J. Cowan-Clark T. Wilson J. MacKay D. Temple Old Mentonians: J. Karpavicius N. Garson J. Wearne J. Lee L. Kivi A. RAYMENT Marcellin 6.4 10.6 14.9 21.11 (137) Whitefriars 5.0 10.1 12.5 15.7 (97) GOALS Marcellin: S. Ayoub 7 N. Brown 6 L. Money 3 T. Money 2 M. Delaney 1 G. Mc Mahon 1 M. Mc Cartin 1 Whitefriars: M. Pelosi 2 L. Hamblin 2 J. Freeman 2 B. Bucello 2 A. Petts 2 B. Dinh 2 M. Baird 1 D. Todorovski 1 A. Perna 1 BEST Marcellin: S. Ayoub N. Brown D. Carson R. Kemp J. Toohey B. Whelan Whitefriars: B. Vey B. Dinh J. Freeman D. Todorovski A. Petts C. Pelosi St Kevins 3.4 8.7 14.10 17.12 (114) Mazenod 3.0 6.4 8.4 10.7 (67) GOALS St Kevins: D. Kerr 4 L. Davrain 3 T. McMaster 2 B. Omizzolo 2 D. Maccarrone 2 D. Bourke 1 L. Clancey 1 T. Garrow 1 M. Austin 1 Mazenod: S. Davis 5 M. Wilkins 2 S. Paolucci 1 S. Castledine 1 S. Micallef 1 BEST St Kevins: D. Kerr J. Murphy Cruise S. Browne L. Davrain T. McMaster M. Austin Mazenod: S. Paolucci J. Lo Rosso S. Castledine M. Warwick S. Davis S. Micallef Old Camberwell 3.2 4.4 12.8 18.13 (121) Banyule 2.0 4.1 4.2 7.6 (48) GOALS Old Camberwell: B. Cottrell 9 M. Taylor 2 S. Warr 2 M. Dyson 1 B. Wild 1 T. Miriklis 1 S. Fogarty 1 D. Toma 1 Banyule: D. Nichols 2 S. Tuckman 1 M. Borg 1 Z. Cleaver 1 M. Smith 1 J. Samad 1 BEST Old Camberwell: S. Warr D. Toma B. Cottrell Z. Kelly T. Miriklis A. Rogers Banyule: D. Nichols J. Appleby M. Sacchetta K. Caldera D. Sproules J. Quayle

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Old Brighton 2.3 5.5 8.7 11.9 (75) St Kevins 1.3 4.3 7.6 10.8 (68) GOALS Old Brighton: N. Materia 4 S. Eastgate 3 A. Betts 1 A. Littlehales 1 B. James 1 N. Conlan 1 St Kevins: H. Bergin 2 S. Thomas 2 D. McFarlane 1 T. Harvey 1 T. Crookes 1 R. Short 1 S. Carne 1 A. Balestra 1 BEST Old Brighton: N. Materia S. Conlan Z. Wilson N. Paterson T. O’Halloran N. Conlan St Kevins: T. Harvey W. Hartley R. Short T. Lattanzio H. Bergin S. Carne Old Melburnians 6.5 10.7 13.9 17.11 (113) University Blacks 3.6 5.7 7.17 9.19 (73) GOALS Old Melburnians: B. Baines 4 L. Koumouris 3 A. Cameron 3 M. Spies 2 T. Beaumont 2 R. Doyle 2 S. Stacey 1 University Blacks: A. Felemonow 2 R. Butler 2 H. Bismire 1 T. Crow 1 N. Manning 1 O. Scrivener 1 J. Box 1 BEST Old Melburnians: B. Baines S. Stacey M. Cottee A. Cameron W. Thompson D. Velakoulis University Blacks: A. Mackay S. McKnight D. Johns A. Brooks T. Polkinghorne J. Box

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Rupertswood 3.1 3.3 6.4 6.5 (41) Oakleigh 0.2 2.3 2.3 4.5 (29) GOALS Rupertswood: C. Schofield-Lane 2 J. Muscat 2 H. Travers 1 A. Millane 1 Oakleigh: Z. Pearce-Thomas 2 B. Still 1 A. Cloke 1 BEST Rupertswood: C. Schofield-Lane J. Beredimas C. Kaye S. Hogan B. Webber A. Gipp Oakleigh: A. Cloke L. Gogis B. Still Z. Pearce-Thomas A. Deneys L. Daidone St Mary’s Salesian 4.6 9.9 12.12 20.15 (135) UHS-VU / Flemington 0.0 2.0 3.2 4.3 (27) GOALS St Mary’s Salesian: D. Gook 3 L. Holmes 3 N. Phillips 2 L. Power 2 D. Cohen 2 J. Dragonetti 2 A. Morris 1 D. Ryan 1 L. Pattison 1 B. Mungatopi 1 K. Buchanan 1 K. Duerden 1 UHS-VU / Flemington: L. Grant 1 S. Wittman 1 D. Vella-Horne 1 S. SeegerSnowden 1 BEST St Mary’s Salesian: A. Pathirana L. Power L. Pattison L. Holmes K. Buchanan A. De Vries UHS-VU / Flemington: D. Vella-Horne N. Filieri C. Walsh N. Wallace E. Ramsay J. Healey Werribee Districts 6.4 9.9 17.12 20.17 (137) Williamstown CYMS 0.0 0.0 0.0 1.1 (7) GOALS Werribee Districts: D. Thomas 5 M. Smith 4 H. King 4 K. Delaney 2 L. Vella 1 M. Culliver 1 J. Lawson 1 D. McLellan 1 H. Acciarito 1 Williamstown CYMS: D. Wall 1 BEST Werribee Districts: D. McLellan D. Thomas H. King J. Lawson D. Delaney M. Smith Williamstown CYMS: B. McRae A. Slaney N. Harkins D. Wall L. Micallef T.

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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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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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Coach: Tim Habel Assist: Michael Canizzaro

Coach: Serge Ramano Assist: Michael Hedley

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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

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CLUB XVIII

Norm Nugent

FINALS BOUND Two Rounds remain and in each Section although the finalists are known, the final places remain in doubt, which does add interest in the run home. Despite inaccurate kicking, Ivanhoe managed to defeat Williamstown CYMS by 11 points in a very close contest. After an even first quarter between neighbours and fierce rivals, North Old Boys/ St Patrick’s and Therry Penola, the third placed North Old Boys/ St Patrick’s surged ahead and continued to increase their lead as the game progressed with a final margin of 52 points. Second placed Old Melburnians had a comfortable win by 68 points over Monash Blues. The game between leaders Old Xaverians and fourth placed De La Salle was over as a contest by the first change when the Xaverians held a five goal lead. Ten more goals were piled on by Xavs as the undefeated team exerted continued pressure on last season’s premiers. De la Salle, to their credit, came back after half time and matched Xaverians in the second half scoring although the massive first half Xaverian onslaught enabled them to win by 86 points. Sixth placed St Bernards took until the second quarter to shake off Fitzroy, once on top, St Bernard’s extended the final winning margin to 103 points, which built their percentage by 12%. Prahran/ Assumption who had the bye rose up a place to fourth. Leaders, Hawthorn had a day out against Eley Park, whose only goal was kicked in the opening quarter. Eley Park were convincingly outplayed throughout the game as Hawthorn kicked a huge score of 31 goals before they won by the unreal margin of 192 points. The surprise result was the 55 point victory by second placed Therry Penola over fourth placed Richmond 60

Cardinals. Inaccuracy was the order of the day for the Cardinals, whose only goals were kicked in the first quarter. The blatant inaccuracy must be a concern to Coach, Tim Pritchard, with the semi final just two weeks away. UHS / VU outlasted Kew to record their second win of the season. Kew, who had held a 10 point lead at half time, suffered from player shortage and could not cope with the last quarter surge of the “Combine”, who went on to record a 25 point victory. Old Geelong received a forfeit from Old Paradians as did Richmond Snakes from Bulleen Templestowe. The positions in the Section 1 top six should change as a result of today’s games. I expect old Melburnians to defeat De La Salle even though the match is on Darling Park. North Old Boys/ St Patrick’s should consolidate third place by defeating Fitzroy at Brunswick Street. St Bernard’s should be talented enough to defeat Ivanhoe and so put themselves in position to rise to fifth place and so avoid the Old Xaverians in the Semi Final. Prahran/ Assumption, despite not playing in Round 13, should possess the TODAY SELECTIONS IN BOLD 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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talent required to defeat Monash Blues on the University’s Frearson Oval. The afternoon match should provide a close contest as injury riddled Williamstown CYMS visit 12th placed Therry Penola, who are often difficult to defeat at home. Without any great confidence I am selecting Therry Penola. Leaders, Old Xaverians have the bye. The enigmatic Eley Park host UHS / VU, whose enthusiasm continues weekly, despite their lack of success. Eley Park will wish to erase memories of last week with a win today. I select UHS / VU, who despite lack of success really are more consistent than Eley Park. In the early game, Old Paradians visit Kew. Neither team takes much form into this contest and the small Victoria Park should help those players’ whose match fitness is suspect. Kew have wilted in their last two outings and will find the Paradians competitive.

CLUB XVIII (1)

LAST ROUND

Ivanhoe 2.6 2.6 7.10 8.14 (62) Williamstown CYMS 1.3 2.6 6.7 7.9 (51) GOALS Ivanhoe: not provided Williamstown CYMS: A. Kosmatos 2 C. Pach 1 J. Buttigieg 1 J. Doyle 1 A. Johns 1 K. McInerney 1 BEST Ivanhoe: not provided Williamstown CYMS: L. Ryan J. Street D. Williams J. Williams A. Johns A. Kosmatos St Bernards 4.3 7.13 16.15 20.17 (137) Fitzroy 2.2 3.2 3.4 5.4 (34) GOALS St Bernards: N. Mitchell 3 J. Creasey 3 M. Trim 3 B. Hogan 2 J. Devery 2 D. Janides 2 A. Helenius 1 C. O’Keefe 1 J. Mailer 1 N. Toy 1 C. Walsh 1 Fitzroy: J. Farrell 2 B. White 1 T. Kokkinos 1 D. Rhe 1 BEST St Bernards: D. Blunt N. Mitchell D. Janides B. Hogan J. Devery A. Buckley Fitzroy: S. Zurek J. Farrell D. Bulmer N. White D. Stevenson C. Hart NOBS/ St Pats 4.2 10.4 13.10 16.15 (111) Therry Penola 3.1 5.2 8.3 9.5 (59) GOALS NOBS/ St Pats: A. Vincent 3 H. Christie 3 F. Chamberlain 2 A. Brennan 2 T. Downing 2 S. Denatris 1 A. Clinch 1 B. Lawty 1 D. Sagnelli 1 Therry Penola: M. Mihaljevic 2 L. Vassallo 2 R. Forbes 1 M. McCrae 1 C. Rogers 1 P. Xuereb 1 P. Tomkinson 1 BEST NOBS/ St Pats: A. Vincent T. Downing A. Brennan T. Pick S. Clinch B. Lawty Therry Penola: L. Lentini M. Mihaljevic S. Cummins P. Tomkinson B. Ryan B. Campisi Old Melburnians 0.0 0.0 0.0 16.13 (109) Monash Blues 0.0 0.0 0.0 6.5 (41) GOALS Old Melburnians: A. Clark 3 G. Hanger 3 T. Code 3 O. Webb 2 A. Ray 2 J. Mitchell 2 D. Richards 1 Monash Blues: J. Hawkins 2 M. Chapman 2 P. Coughlin 2 BEST Old Melburnians: G. Hanger M. Conomy A. Haralambous J. Mitchell A. Clark O. Webb Monash Blues: M. Chapman P. Coughlin J. Brodie R. McIvor L. Richardson M. Johnstone Old Xaverians 5.3 15.5 18.10 19.15 (129) De La Salle 0.1 1.3 5.4 6.7 (43) GOALS Old Xaverians: J. McDonnell 8 J. Grigg 3 M. Green 3 S. Chester 2 N. Corcoran 1 B. Perry 1 M. O’Kane 1 De La Salle: M. Barron 2 T. Kovarik 1 A. Kovarik 1 D. Colman 1 J. Comerford 1 BEST Old Xaverians: D. Higgins J. McDonnell C. McIntyre N. Aird S. O’Brien N. Reid De La Salle: S. Byers D. Hyde J. Mannix M. Barron M. Naughtin H. Feehan

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With no great confidence, I select Old Paradians. In the afternoon match, the Richmond Cardinals have the opportunity to regain momentum against Bulleen Templestowe whose form has evaporated since their early season wins, I select the Cardinals. Old Geelong should win well against the Richmond Snakes. In a likely semi final preview, leaders Hawthorn visit second placed Therry Penola on a ground that many well credentialed teams have been defeated over the years. The Therry Penola defence has the best record in the section and their forwards led by Ray Steer have been very active. I expect a high standard contest and favour Therry Penola to win narrowly.

CLUB XVIII (2)

UHS-VU

1.2

2.4

5.8

9.11 (65)

Kew

1.0

4.2

5.2

6.4 (40)

GOALS UHS-VU: M. Nguyen 3 H. Waterman 1 E. Clarence 1 R. Thorp 1 A. O’Callaghan 1 S. Smits 1 O. Conlan 1 Kew: M. Bailey 2 S. Coles 1 E. Higgs 1 J. Newmarch 1 S. Wills 1 BEST UHS-VU: A. O’Callaghan A. Thomasse M. Nguyen M. DeLuise S. Cracknell C. Terry Kew: M. Bailey J. Newmarch E. Higgs J. Cade C. Newmarch A. Quinn Hawthorn

8.3

14.10

21.12

31.15 (201)

Eley Park Sharks

1.1

1.1

1.2

1.3 (9)

GOALS Hawthorn: T. Demetriou 7 G. Dellaportas 5 M. Wawrzynczak 5 G. Georgiou 4 N. Criticos 2 M. Salipas 2 T. Vlachogiannis 1 J. Bousejaan 1 M. Murray 1 N. Damilatis 1 C. Terzoglou 1 N.Bourgazas 1 Eley Park Sharks: J. Farrugia 1 BEST Hawthorn: T. Demetriou C. Armatas A. Stavridis D. Ekonomides G. Dellaportas N. Criticos Eley Park Sharks: C. Wickham R. Baseggio S. Andrew B. McKenzie S. Judd D. Ratcliffe OLD GEELONG v. OLD PARADIANS Old Geelong won by forfeit. RICHMOND CENTRAL SNAKES v. BULLEEN TEMPLESTOWE Richmond Central Snakes won by forfeit. Therry Penola

4.3

8.5

9.5

13.10 (88)

Richmond Central Cardinals

3.5

3.5

3.12

3.15 (33)

GOALS Therry Penola: S. Bannister 5 C. Smith 3 R. Steer 2 J. Vernali 1 R. McKerrow 1 S. Goodwin 1 Richmond Central Cardinals: A. Grant 2 C. Logan 1 BEST Therry Penola: M. Helm S. Bannister C. Smith S. Sacco W. Lawler P. Dunn Richmond Central Cardinals: C. Logan M. Rainey M. McCabe C. Pilkington J. Rolfe W. Symington

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

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

D 1 0 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 1097 1086 1096 1070 1081 991 1112 1045 794 552

A 819 732 909 773 925 786 1005 1055 1087 1833

% 133.94 148.36 120.57 138.42 116.86 126.08 110.65 99.05 73.05 30.11

Pts 38 36 32 30 28 24 24 24 4 0

D 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 1 0 0

B 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

FF 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

F 1102 1099 1130 802 879 891 739 648 595 284

A 483 539 559 743 731 746 813 999 1002 1554

% 228.16 203.9 202.15 107.94 120.25 119.44 90.9 64.86 59.38 18.28

Pts 48 40 36 26 24 20 20 18 4 4

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 1506 1115 1210 826 864 1016 618 600

A 518 658 628 902 984 995 1531 1576

% 290.73 169.45 192.68 91.57 87.8 102.11 40.37 38.07

Pts 48 40 36 20 20 16 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 1329 1586 1448 1334 1076 961 1119 966 868 831

A 874 753 999 939 954 1201 1026 1496 1520 1756

% 152.06 210.62 144.94 142.07 112.79 80.02 109.06 64.57 57.11 47.32

Pts 48 44 36 32 26 24 22 12 12 4

FF 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

F 1628 1240 1080 941 1113 916 1008 740 659 278

A 479 674 805 769 714 850 939 976 1218 2179

% 339.87 183.98 134.16 122.37 155.88 107.76 107.35 75.82 54.11 12.76

Pts 52 32 32 32 28 28 28 16 12 0

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

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

Fitzroy St Kevins Old Camberwell Mazenod Banyule Marcellin Old Mentonians Whitefriars

P W L 13 12 1 13 11 2 13 9 4 13 8 5 13 6 6 13 6 7 13 5 7 13 3 10 13 3 10 13 1 12

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

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P W L 13 13 0 13 8 5 13 8 5 13 8 5 13 7 6 13 7 6 13 7 6 13 4 9 13 3 10 13 0 13

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 1395 1386 1158 947 1117 1064 724 901 948 752

A 771 808 912 793 1051 1019 1241 1287 1217 1347

% 180.93 171.53 126.97 119.42 106.28 104.42 58.34 70.01 77.9 55.83

Pts 48 40 36 36 28 28 18 12 10 4

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

P W L 13 12 1 13 10 3 13 9 4 13 8 4 13 7 5 13 6 7 13 4 9 13 3 10 13 3 10 13 2 11

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 1319 995 1070 1052 966 735 729 722 637 601

A 516 581 663 646 891 969 1005 1055 1255 1245

% 255.62 171.26 161.39 162.85 108.42 75.85 72.54 68.44 50.76 48.27

Pts 48 40 36 34 30 24 16 12 12 8

D 0 0 0 0 1 1 0 0 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 1662 1332 1229 1201 1077 1350 1086 1037 1083 883 712 713

A 846 839 998 1208 903 1193 1080 1178 985 1385 1407 1343

% 196.45 158.76 123.15 99.42 119.27 113.16 100.56 88.03 109.95 63.75 50.6 53.09

Pts 48 44 36 32 30 26 24 24 22 16 8 2

F 1366 1478 1249 1109 1103 943 931 806 645 691 609 472

A 466 516 802 633 617 1043 842 972 1464 1353 1309 1385

% 293.13 286.43 155.74 175.2 178.77 90.41 110.57 82.92 44.06 51.07 46.52 34.08

Pts 48 48 40 36 32 28 24 24 12 8 8 4

DIVISION THREE

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

P W L 13 12 1 13 10 3 13 9 4 13 9 4 13 7 6 13 7 6 13 4 8 13 3 10 13 2 10 13 1 12

DIVISION TWO RESERVES

PREMIER C THIRDS P W L 11 11 0 12 10 2 12 9 3 12 5 7 11 5 6 12 4 8 13 3 10 13 1 12

Bulleen Templestowe Eltham Collegians Prahran Assumption Old Paradians Monash Gryphons Therry Penola 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 Elsternwick St Francis Xavier Richmond Central Albert Park Hawthorn Old Westbourne Power House

P W L 13 12 1 13 11 2 13 9 4 13 8 5 13 7 5 13 6 6 13 6 7 13 6 7 13 5 7 13 4 9 13 2 11 13 0 12

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

P 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13

W 12 12 10 9 8 7 6 6 3 2 2 1

L 1 1 3 4 5 6 7 7 10 11 11 12

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 South Mornington 13 Swinburne University 13 Eley Park Sharks 13 Point Cook 13 North Brunswick 13 Manningham Cobras 13 West Brunswick 13 Mt Lilydale 13 Box Hill North 13 Chadstone 13

W L 12 1 11 2 10 3 9 4 6 7 6 7 5 8 4 9 2 11 0 13

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 1788 1439 1376 1490 1285 1138 1096 954 1041 703

A 654 888 1047 1245 1081 1195 1160 1316 1782 1942

% 273.39 162.05 131.42 119.68 118.87 95.23 94.48 72.49 58.42 36.2

Pts 48 44 40 36 24 24 20 16 8 0

F 1598 1549 1511 1295 1300 918 540 777 632 250

A 435 456 661 678 1051 847 1488 1283 1171 2321

% 367.36 339.69 228.59 191 123.69 108.38 36.29 60.56 53.97 10.77

Pts 48 40 40 36 32 28 14 12 10 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 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

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

P W L 13 13 0 11 9 2 13 10 3 13 8 4 12 7 5 12 7 5 13 6 7 13 4 8 10 3 7 12 1 11 7 1 6 13 1 12

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

B 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0

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

F 1808 1432 919 974 1185 1007 897 765 671 635 460 510

A 464 546 802 600 744 881 1058 975 1082 1325 1193 1638

% 389.66 262.27 114.59 162.33 159.27 114.3 84.78 78.46 62.01 47.92 38.56 31.14

Pts 52 44 40 36 32 32 24 20 16 8 4 4

P W L 13 12 1 13 11 2 11 9 2 13 9 4 12 5 7 12 4 8 13 4 9 12 3 9 12 3 9 13 2 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 2 0 0 0 0 1 0 0

F 1721 1497 1395 1195 767 939 798 718 514 518

A 587 510 607 653 903 1262 1150 1375 1686 1341

% 293.19 293.53 229.82 183 84.94 74.41 69.39 52.22 30.49 38.63

Pts 48 44 44 36 20 16 16 16 12 8

P W L 13 11 1 13 8 3 13 7 4 13 7 4 13 5 6 13 1 10 13 0 11

D 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

B 1 2 2 2 2 2 2

FF 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

F 1160 908 814 833 818 363 328

A 488 508 485 618 564 1235 1326

% 237.7 178.74 167.84 134.79 145.04 29.39 24.74

Pts 48 40 36 36 28 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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W L 12 1 12 1 10 3 8 5 7 6 6 7 5 8 4 9 1 12 0 13

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 1586 1541 1296 1396 1038 975 813 1064 682 546

A 577 728 786 855 1171 1190 1311 1120 1484 1748

% 274.87 211.68 164.89 163.27 88.64 81.93 62.01 95 45.96 31.24

Pts 48 48 40 32 28 24 20 16 4 0

B 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

FF 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

F 1135 1024 998 928 871 1035 965 704

A 677 622 931 859 854 979 1350 1388

% 167.65 164.63 107.2 108.03 101.99 105.72 71.48 50.72

Pts 40 40 32 28 28 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 1490 1100 1047 1156 788 745 609 566

A 664 639 702 785 1166 924 1336 1435

% 224.4 172.14 149.15 147.26 67.58 80.63 45.58 39.44

Pts 44 38 38 32 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 1348 1162 1128 1069 970 925 214 274

A 493 695 747 788 936 1246 519 1688

% 273.43 167.19 151 135.66 103.63 74.24 41.23 16.23

Pts 48 40 40 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 1502 1339 1321 1342 1202 1022 453 405

A 623 685 736 955 1120 1010 1538 1940

% 241.09 195.47 179.48 140.52 107.32 101.19 29.45 20.88

Pts 44 44 36 30 24 18 8 4

UNDER 19 SECTION 2

DIVISION FOUR RESERVES P W L South Mornington 13 12 1 West Brunswick 13 10 3 Eley Park Sharks 12 9 3 Swinburne University 13 9 4 Point Cook 13 8 5 North Brunswick 13 7 6 Manningham Cobras 13 3 9 Box Hill North 13 3 10 Mt Lilydale 12 2 9 Chadstone 13 0 13

P 13 13 13 St Bedes/Mentone Tigers 13 University Blues 13 Old Melburnians 13 Beaumaris 13 Old Scotch 13 Fitzroy 13 University Blacks 13

De La Salle Old Xaverians St Bernards

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

P W L 13 10 3 13 10 3 13 8 5 13 7 6 13 7 6 13 6 7 13 3 10 13 1 12

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 13 11 2 13 10 2 13 9 3 13 8 5 13 5 8 13 4 9 13 3 10 13 1 12

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

P W 13 11 13 9 10 6 13 6 12 4 11 1 3 1 8 0

L 1 3 3 6 7 9 2 7

UNDER 19 SOUTH P W L 13 11 2 13 11 2 13 9 4 St Bedes/Mentone Tigers 13 7 5 St Mary’s Salesian 13 6 7 Monash Blues 13 4 8 Hampton Rovers 13 2 11 Beaumaris 13 1 12

De La Salle Parkdale Vultures Peninsula

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WINNING EDGE CLUB CHAMPIONSHIP Club

Senior

Reserve U19/U18

Club XVIII/Thirds

Total

12

101

Old Xaverians

40

16

33

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

Old Camberwell Grammarians

26

18

21

9

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 12 11 1 Collegians 12 10 2 De La Salle 12 9 3 Old Carey 12 7 5 Old Scotch 12 7 5 St Bernards 12 5 7 University Blues 12 4 8 St Bedes/Mentone Tigers 12 4 8 Old Trinity 12 3 9 Caulfield Grammarians 12 0 12

D 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

B 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

FF 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

F 1148 1202 1206 1041 1032 998 845 965 894 740

A 772 882 835 894 912 1152 1029 1184 1162 1249

% 148.7 136.28 144.43 116.44 113.16 86.63 82.12 81.5 76.94 59.25

Pts 44 40 36 28 28 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 891 953 837 937 826 673 917 642 621 462

A 560 528 644 721 673 710 796 927 936 1264

% 159.11 180.49 129.97 129.96 122.73 94.79 115.2 69.26 66.35 36.55

Pts 44 36 32 28 28 28 24 8 8 4

D 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

B 2 1 1 1 1 1 2 1 2

FF 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

F 961 856 828 745 753 625 552 510 254

A 340 590 572 586 651 963 865 829 811

% 282.65 145.08 144.76 127.13 115.67 64.9 63.82 61.52 31.32

Pts 48 36 32 32 24 20 20 16 12

PREMIER RESERVES P W L De La Salle 12 11 1 Old Xaverians 12 9 3 University Blues 12 8 4 Old Scotch 12 7 5 Collegians 12 7 5 St Bernards 12 7 5 Caulfield Grammarians 12 6 6 Old Carey 12 2 10 Old Trinity 12 2 10 St Bedes/Mentone Tigers 12 1 11

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

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

F 1199 1188 1221 1100 1030 914 871 966 868 746

A 710 815 881 940 937 921 1036 1262 1283 1318

% 168.87 145.77 138.59 117.02 109.93 99.24 84.07 76.55 67.65 56.6

Pts 40 36 36 32 28 24 16 16 8 4

D 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

B 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

FF 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

F 1207 1293 1112 1196 943 852 695 466 530 624

A 486 393 581 649 719 1027 1079 1449 1268 1267

% 248.35 329.01 191.39 184.28 131.15 82.96 64.41 32.16 41.8 49.25

Pts 44 40 40 32 32 16 12 12 8 4

D 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

B 0 0 0 0 1 1 1 0

FF 1 1 2 1 1 0 0 0

F 1000 1324 1071 982 730 754 544 383

A 765 666 666 881 828 867 1174 1173

% 130.72 198.8 160.81 111.46 88.16 86.97 46.34 32.65

Pts 36 32 32 32 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 12 12 12 12 12 12 12 12 12 12

W L 11 1 10 2 10 2 8 4 8 4 4 8 3 9 3 9 2 10 1 11

PREMIER B THIRDS

PREMIER THIRDS P W 12 10 12 8 12 7 12 7 12 5 12 4 12 3 12 3 12 1

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

L 0 3 4 4 6 7 7 8 9

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

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

L 3 4 4 4 5 7 6 6

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