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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

THE AMATEUR FOOTBALLER 2012

UNDER 19 South Hampton Rovers v Monash Blues Parkdale Vultures v St Bedes / Mentone Tigers Peninsula v De La Salle St Mary’s Salesian v Beaumaris

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Amateur Footballer Round 13-14 2012  

Amateur Footballer Round 13-14 2012