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Michael Sholly

GETTING SERIOUS ON CONCUSSION An email crossed my desk advising me that Brain Injury Awareness Week - or in footy speak concussions week - was commencing this Monday. The whole issue regarding player safety is a major concern to the VAFA and I raised the topic of head high tackles in the May 12 editorial and concussions are another concern that can arise each week on the football field. This is an opportune time for all clubs to reflect on areas of our game that have far reaching consequences beyond the final siren. The issues of player concussions came home to me when a fatality occurred in the Western Australian Amateurs last year. A plan to assist trainers is now before the VAFA’s doctor for review, and if approved will be sent to clubs immediately. The facts surrounding concussion are that 3000 people are hospitalised in Australia after being concussed playing sport each year. You can triple this number for those who won’t seek medical attention and as many as ten times that number won’t report their concussion to teammates, coaches or family because they may fear being removed from play or are simply not aware they are concussed. Returning to sport before the brain has recovered puts the player at risk of long term brain damage. I was amazed to read Steve Johnson’s quotes after the Geelong win last Friday night. “I had a concussion test on Thursday, which I passed, and then I had another - just a light run - on Thursday. Then I didn’t feel really great after that, either, so I did a concussion test again [on Friday] at about 11am and I passed that. Although I probably wasn’t feeling 100 per cent, I thought, ‘Well, I have passed it, I might as well get out there. Once I did get a bit of NoDoz [caffeine tablets] in the system, and those type of things, and the game comes around, I was really lucky to be a part of it.’’ How club medical staff deal with concussed players and those with head injuries has become an issue of great importance. That Johnson twice passed the concussion test when he wasn’t feeling 100% rings alarm bells to me that the tests may not be stringent enough. Surely the first most important test is an internal

one and how you feel is first question that should be answered. Playing after concussion can lead to long term risks – lapses in short term memory and the losing of senses. Other issues relating to depression can occur, which were highlighted by former Bulldog and VAFA player Matt Robbins, however evidence relating to the two are yet to be medically proven. For Robbins the symptoms started out as headaches, which drifted into migraines a couple of weeks after he’d been hit. Two years before his retirement, he was diagnosed with depression. He kept it from his club. Maybe we don’t take concussion seriously enough and as a result ignorance is widespread. I believe that most people still believe that you have to be passed out to be concussed. Similarly neck injuries involving bumps and front on contact are becoming too prevalent in our games. Each week we are getting players reported for this and our umpires have been advised to ensure the safety of players by enforcing this. A player can bump an opponent’s body from side-on but any contact forward of side-on will be deemed to be front-on; A player with his head down in anticipation of winning possession of the ball or after contesting the ball will be deemed to have his head down over the ball for the purposes of this law.

As explained in our Handbook on pages 72 and 73: We do not want to have players missing finals as a result of being reported for this and even worse we don’t want to see a player in a wheelchair for the rest of his life as a result of careless action. For this year’s Brain Injury Awareness Week, let’s know the “Five Rs” of concussion - Recognise the injury, Remove yourself from play, Referral to a doctor, Rest and then Return to play. Front Cover: Ash Close (Ivanhoe AFC) just 4 goals short of a century.

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PREMIER

Andrew Leonard

OLD SCOTCH ARE BACK What a turn around! That’s what the Old Scotch faithful would have been thinking as they watched goal after goal sail through against third placed De La Salle on Saturday. Only a week earlier the Cardinals had looked tired and at times uninterested against St Bedes / Mentone Tigers., so where had this come from? Earlier in the day Dean Anderson said it wasn’t a confidence issue his side faced and if you were at Camberwell on Saturday you would have to agree. Elsewhere St Bedes / Mentone Tigers assured themselves of Premier football action next year with a dominating win over St Bernards . De La Salle had eight changes to their side from the previous week but personnel alone shouldn’t explain the 81-point deficit at the final siren. Old Scotch played their best footy in the earlier part of the season when it was warmer and last Saturday the sun returned, the ground was dry and the Cardinal’s runners were everywhere. Games are determined in midfield and Nick Jamieson, Rob Ferraro and Lach Hill tore strips off a De La Salle midfield that had lost its grunt and depth. Sam Haslem and Jacob Gotch kept trying all day but when you throw in the Scotch forward combination of Mark Passodor - four goals on his return - and Max Van Den Broek (2 goals), De La Salle were in for a troublesome day. Brett Eddy returned for his first game in over a year and will only be better for the run. For De La, best just to wipe this one from memory, for Old Scotch, look out Carey in two weeks time. Teams in relegation trouble seem to find something in the final rounds that would have been helpful only a few weeks ago. For Old Trinity perhaps we saw the first signs of this in the final quarter at Toorak Park where they kicked seven goals against top side Old Xaverians. Unfortunately for the OT’s their opponents were coasting at that point thanks to a 35-point three quarter time lead. Xavs kicked five goals of their own in the fourth quarter, as did Brendan Goss for 2

the day in an exhibition display of forward play. That’s 11 wins in a row for the red and blacks, the question remains will they have the customary “loss we had to have” before finals or are they just six wins away from a brilliant season. For Old Trinity, there is room to be optimistic, their form is better than their nearest rivals and they traditionally play well at their next destination of Camberwell Sports Ground. Old Carey were expected to win at home but had never beaten University Blues before this game. A seven-goal-to-one opening quarter put any fears of a slip up to bed early as the Panthers looked ‘on’ for this. As news of Scotch’s demolition of De La filtered through, Old Carey never relented extending the margin at every break to win by 75 points and maintain their percentage buffer on Old Scotch in the battle for fourth. The story though was Damien Yze who kicked 11 goals to break the club’s senior goal kicking record for a game – previously held by Vice President Michael Cooke. Carey also saw the return of Carl Peterson to the forward line who bobbed up with two goals, however the contributions of Alistair Stewart-Holmes, James Rimington and Simon Harris couldn’t go unnoticed. Pete Summers might be closer in the Woodrow Medal after his performance but that won’t help Uni Blues who now have the same percentage as Old Trinity. Collegians are the quiet achievers as they keep winning in an unassuming manor. Another 10 goal win against lower placed opposition is never going to grab the headlines, but the Lions will be happy with they way things are progressing. Jack Bull, Jono Dixon and Shura Taft shared the goals again in the win over Caulfield Grammarians. Collegians have also increased their depth playing a number of U19s players in these middle rounds with all of this boding well for a tilt at back-to-back premierships. For TODAY SELECTIONS IN BOLD Collegians v Old Carey De La Salle v St Bernards Caulfield Grammarians v St Bedes/Mentone Tigers Old Scotch v Old Trinity University Blues v Old Xaverians

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Caulfield Brett Sinclair was best on a day when yet again they lead at quarter time, were close at the long break, but fell away after that. In the final game at Sportscover Arena before finals St Bernards knew a win would leave them hovering to assume fourth spot should both Carey and Scotch slip up in the closing rounds. The Bernies didn’t fire a shot in the opening half as for the second time in two weeks a side was held goalless for a half at the home of the VAFA. Given the form that St Bedes / Mentone showed last week there was little surprise in the way they played. Paul ‘Rat” Wintle said on radio the previous day that 2012 hasn’t been his best year, but he defied that personal assessment with a display that saw him voted best on ground by the Inner FM commentary team. This was despite a virtuoso performance from Shaun ‘Rat Tail’ Glennen who kicked seven goals as the Tigers dominated then withheld a late St Bernards fight back to book themselves into the Premier fixture for 2013.

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Collegians 3.2 9.3 12.6 16.11 (107) Caulfield Grammarians 4.1 7.2 7.3 7.4 (46) GOALS Collegians: J. Bull 3 J. Dixon 3 S. Taft 2 C. Lee 2 A. Scott 2 J. Kondarovswkis 1 J. Harvey 1 A. Croft 1 L. Apted 1 Caulfield Grammarians: D. Pelchen 2 D. Reilly 2 L. O’Keefe 2 G. Colosimo 1 BEST Collegians: J. Bull J. Austerberry J. Harvey C. Holst J. Dixon J. Kondarovswkis Caulfield Grammarians: B. Sinclair D. Scheetz M. Slonim T. O’Sullivan C. Game J. Stewart Old Carey 7.3 10.4 16.6 20.6 (126) University Blues 1.2 2.8 3.13 6.15 (51) GOALS Old Carey: D. Yze 11 C. Peterson 2 B. Smithwick 2 P. Fiorenza 2 J. Rimington 1 R. Josephs 1 J. Rowe 1 University Blues: W. Cuningham 1 M. Torney 1 P. Hayes 1 J. Maxwell 1 A. Christensen 1 A. Lowck 1 BEST Old Carey: S. Harris J. Rimington D. Yze A. Stewart-Holmes J. Murrie G. Trumbull University Blues: P. Summers W. Cuningham M. Monteith M. Rippon P. Hayes A. Austin Old Scotch 7.5 11.8 19.9 21.13 (139) De La Salle 2.3 3.5 5.7 8.10 (58) GOALS Old Scotch: M. Passador 4 N. Jamieson 3 C. Watts 2 A. Pike 2 M. van den Broek 2 L. Hill 2 S. Barnett 2 R. Ferraro 1 G. van den Broek 1 M. Seed 1 L. Schumann 1 De La Salle: B. Eddy 3 S. Pickett 2 J. Williams 1 L. Harrison 1 S. Haslem 1 BEST Old Scotch: N. Jamieson T. McKinley J. Bowden R. Ferraro S. Barnett M. Passador De La Salle: S. Haslem S. Gotch T. Hunt S. Pickett J. Baxter T. Moloney Old Xaverians 4.3 9.6 13.7 18.10 (118) Old Trinity 3.2 5.5 7.8 14.10 (94) GOALS Old Xaverians: B. Goss 5 M. Handley 3 P. Ambrose 2 A. Biddlecombe 2 L. Tiernan 1 J. Mercuri 1 N. Wynne 1 J. Agius 1 J. Williams 1 O. Gidley 1 Old Trinity: J. Hunt 4 T. Walsh 4 A. Ramsden 3 G. Hamilton 1 M. Cooper 1 B. Iezzi 1 BEST Old Xaverians: B. Goss J. Shaw L. Howard T. Dynon N. Wynne T. Carey Old Trinity: B. Iezzi J. Hunt T. Walsh B. Barratt D. Chamberlain T. Howell St Bedes / Mentone Tigers 4.2 6.6 11.8 14.9 (93) St Bernards 0.0 0.3 2.5 8.10 (58) GOALS St Bedes / Mentone Tigers: S. Glennen 7 G. Rowlands 2 M. Curcio 2 J. Robertson 1 M. Wintle 1 L. Wintle 1 St Bernards: D. Wall 3 C. Peart 1 N. Cooke 1 J. Madden 1 D. Byrne 1 A. Singleton 1 BEST St Bedes / Mentone Tigers: S. Glennen P. Wintle L. Wintle P. Tyquin D. Holden D. Porter St Bernards: N. Cooke J. Forder L. Wilkinson T. Caven D. Byrne A. Van Meel

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This week’s broadcast match of the round on 96.5FM sees Collegians host Old Carey and last time they met it was a point the difference in favour of the Lions. At the Trott I can’t see Carey getting as close. Old Scotch should therefore assume fourth spot with a win over Old Trinity but as mentioned, there was something to like about the men in green last week, and don’t be surprised if they salute, however Scotch looked back to their best and will be too strong. Old Xaverians face Uni Blues at University Oval, whilst ‘the loss that had to have’ hasn’t materialized yet, it won’t be this weekend either. Caulfield Grammarians host St Bedes / Mentone Tigers and the Tigers are in blistering form and will be too good. De La Salle will bounce back against St Bernards.

PREMIER RESERVE Collegians 2.1 8.5 9.11 13.16 (94) Caulfield Grammarians 4.2 4.4 6.5 8.6 (54) GOALS Collegians: B. Riddle 5 S. Cutts 2 N. Corp 2 D. Strachan 1 A. Howison 1 D. Maddk 1 S. Hall 1 Caulfield Grammarians: W. Berry 2 T. Nixon 2 Z. Parsons 1 A. Strain 1 C. MenglerFrancis 1 T. Yelland 1 BEST Collegians: T. Penberthy J. Band-Conrick D. Strachan B. Riddle N. Bobeff N. Roach Caulfield Grammarians: T. Nixon M. Hacket A. Clarke Z. Parsons S. Wood J. McLean University Blues 3.2 9.6 9.8 11.11 (77) Old Carey 2.0 4.1 8.4 11.6 (72) GOALS University Blues: D. Barton 3 J. Vickers-Willis 2 J. Mugavin 2 S. Driscoll 1 M. Leishman 1 H. Hanlon 1 J. Hood 1 Old Carey: M. Bull 5 W. Cushen 3 L. Hall 2 S. Gordon 1 BEST University Blues: J. Vickers-Willis B. Laidlaw M. Leishman M. Paterson J. Mugavin D. Withers Old Carey: A. Reed H. McQueen-Miscamble W. Cushen S. Harris B. Fordham L. Marriott De La Salle 1.5 6.9 8.12 12.14 (86) Old Scotch 4.2 4.3 7.8 10.11 (71) GOALS De La Salle: D. Close 3 T. Parker 2 A. Palmer 2 N. Hyland 1 J. Phillips 1 K. Grant 1 E. Espinosa 1 D. Freeman 1 Old Scotch: N. Allen 2 W. Strange 2 H. Perry 2 S. Muggleton 1 C. Houghton 1 L. Armstrong 1 M. Chitham 1 BEST De La Salle: D. Close M. Nankervis J. Phillips K. Grant P. Harrison J. Ramsden Old Scotch: L. Armstrong A. Mitchell M. Peric H. Dick T. Mead W. Strange Old Xaverians 6.4 14.7 18.11 22.15 (147) Old Trinity 0.0 0.1 1.1 1.1 (7) GOALS Old Xaverians: C. Larkins 8 F. Paterson 4 E. Prowse 2 M. Hannan 2 S. Lees 2 D. Harangozo 1 J. Darrer 1 L. Smith 1 M. Ambrose 1 Old Trinity: P. Mescher 1 BEST Old Xaverians: C. Larkins A. Ryan M. Skidmore D. Harangozo N. Biddlecombe E. Prowse Old Trinity: R. Mason M. Burgess W. Oldfield D. Coulsen-Hoffacker S. Meighan K. Spassopoulos St Bernards 3.3 3.5 5.9 7.15 (57) St Bedes / Mentone Tigers 0.1 3.1 5.1 7.2 (44) GOALS St Bernards: S. Clarke 3 C. Mitchell 2 B. Peart 1 S. Cannatelli 1 St Bedes / Mentone Tigers: S. Kidd 2 M. Pitt 2 D. Teasdale 1 L. Porter 1 C. Neville 1 BEST St Bernards: K. Farrell S. Clarke C. Mitchell C. Hoban B. Peart C. Forder St Bedes / Mentone Tigers: J. Murnane C. Neville S. Kidd M. Barnhoorn T. Bastion M. Geschke

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PREMIER B

Di Langton

FALSE SENSE OF SECURITY With four weeks to go before the home and away season concludes the matches played in this bracket are a bit like the semi finals of the 100m at the Olympics. You have to run a good time to qualify but also you don’t want to show everything you have and spend all your tickets at once. Usain Bolt did this brilliantly on Monday and for those of us that set the alarm to get and watch the greatest of sprinter of all time – will Maurice Greene remove his GOAT tattoo now? – Usain Bolt did this in the semi-finals. The idea to lure the opposition into thinking he could be beaten only to come out and blitz them all in the final. Perhaps this is what Beaumaris were doing last Saturday in their surprise loss to Old Haileybury. Old Haileybury were certainly a good chance to beat Beauy last weekend but I doubt anyone thought the margin and manor in which they brushed aside the visitors would be as convincing. The eight-goalto-one second quarter set things up for the Bloods and they kicked another 10 goals after half time to dismantle the second placed Sharks and keep their own finals prospects simmering. Travis Ridgway collected the three votes (well he should at least) for his efforts and 10 goals. Just a game and 8% separates Old Haileybury from fourth spot now. For Beauy perhaps this was like running a 9.98s and just trying to qualify for the final, although with a game against Uni Blacks this week, there is only so much foxing you can do. AJAX faced the daunting task of a battle against ladder leaders Uni Blacks and they would have been happy with their efforts in the early stages of the game. AJAX were in the game in patches although a burst of three goals at the end of the first and six goals at the end of the second quarter meant the premiership favourites had a half time lead of 10 goals. Blacks continued the onslaught for a majority of the third with AJAX’s David Fayman the only shining light scoring two of his four goals in the quarter. Uni Blacks were relentless in the final quarter and their skill around the ground emphasised the huge gap between the two teams. U19 Big V representative Jandre Slabbert kicked 10 goals to match the efforts of Ridgeway and he too 4

should get the three votes as Black went on to win by 127. At Scammell Reserve, Oakleigh found themselves in trouble early as the Tonners took advantage of Krushers’ disposal problems and kicked away to a 32 point lead at the first change. The Krushers struggled to cover the hard running Brighton as they continuously found space and, for the most part, delivered with far more precision. In worse news Oakleigh’s casualty ward almost requires a new wing; Aisea Valentini was felled by a hamstring injury and Steve Scott did an ACL during the game. Old Brighton on the other hand continue their late push towards finals via the scoring efforts of full-forward, Dan Anthony (7) and half-forward Michael Dewar (4) who consistently worked clear from defenders to get on the end of the good work in the midfield of David Fallon and Jon Perrett with both also running hard to get forward and provide scoring options. St Kevins travelled to Chelsworth Park with a fair degree of trepidation as Old Ivanhoe are still a chance to escape the drop. The Hoers took it right up to one of the competition pacesetters for the first half. The margin was just four points at both quarter and half time and with Beauy in trouble it looked like St Kevin’s could face a tough day too. After half time the game looked to keep on its tight trajectory before it would be blown right open. For the opening five minutes of the third term it pressurised football as Old Ivanhoe pressed, but the defensive work of Liam Dunne, Dan Campbell & Julian Staffieri was resolute. Then the game turned, unable to break through Old Ivanhoe almost stopped as the Skobs piled on goal after goal. Seven goals in the third and fourth quarter with U19 player, Henry ‘Father of Federation’ Parkes dynamic as he led at the ball carrier to be on the end of passes that resulted in him kicking six goals. Zac Ginnies also kicked five in the convincing 88 point win that saw St Kevins to jump back to second and left Old Ivanhoe with four games to create a miracle.   TODAY SELECTIONS IN BOLD AJAX v Werribee Districts Beaumaris v University Blacks Old Brighton v Old Haileybury Old Ivanhoe v Old Melburnians St Kevins v Oakleigh

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Old Melburnians probably weren’t paying too much attention to what was happening at other grounds but regardless they did meet all requirements of the day. Running a qualifying time means beating what is in front of you and there is no better way to do that than win each quarter which the OM’s did against Werribee Districts at Soldiers Reserve. Cam Beck slotted five goals for OM’s and Tom Hywood delivered a great game to leave OM’s safe but still watchful of the chasing pack who want their fourth spot. For Werribee it’s also a case of making the qualifying mark and at this stage their time is good enough to make Premier B next season. However with four games to go, another win would make it certain. Old Brighton joined Old Haileybury waiting for a slip from Old Melburnians after the Tonner’s 59 point win over Oakleigh. Dan Anthony kicked seven goals and had good company as Michael Dewar kicked four in a 1-2 finish for best afield honours. Ten goalkickers and 21 goals for the day was a good response to their loss the previous week. Oakleigh was well served by the Doherty’s Stephen (2 goals) and Tim (3). For Old Brighton

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Old Brighton 7.3 11.6 15.11 21.18 (144) Oakleigh 2.1 5.3 7.5 13.7 (85) GOALS Old Brighton: D. Anthony 7 M. Dewar 4 D. Fallon 2 J. Perrett 2 B. Gadsden 1 J. North 1 T. Mentiplay 1 B. Rawlinson 1 J. Edge 1 J. Portelli 1 Oakleigh: T. Doherty 3 S. Doherty 2 S. Scott 2 P. Tsoucalas 2 P. Ioannidis 1 T. Costigan 1 J. Hind 1 J. Pappon 1 BEST Old Brighton: D. Anthony M. Dewar T. Mentiplay D. Fallon M. Bruin B. Austin Oakleigh: C. Lamb S. Scott T. Doherty J. Hind S. Doherty P. Di Siervi Old Haileybury 4.6 12.11 15.14 22.18 (150) Beaumaris 3.3 4.6 8.8 10.14 (74) GOALS Old Haileybury: T. Ridgway 10 W. McTaggart 6 M. Seccull 4 A. King 1 J. Nicolopoulos 1 Beaumaris: M. Petering 4 K. Barnes 2 L. Boyd 1 W. Edmonds 1 L. McNicholas 1 S. McBain 1 BEST Old Haileybury: T. Ridgway M. Stowe C. Millard J. Nicolopoulos N. Gooda B. Seccull Beaumaris: L. McNicholas M. Duggan M. Petering M. Atkins M. Wilson St Kevins 5.1 8.8 15.11 22.18 (150) Old Ivanhoe 4.3 8.4 9.6 9.8 (62) GOALS St Kevins: H. Parkes 6 Z. Ginies 5 W. Coates 2 K. Brick 2 P. Dowd 1 J. Gabelich 1 J. Marchesani 1 J. Charles 1 B. Dowd 1 A. Lynch 1 P. Hanley 1 Old Ivanhoe: N. Butler 3 A. Baldwin 1 J. Trajanovski 1 J. Binney 1 L. Lhran 1 H. Heta 1 S. Paton 1 BEST St Kevins: Z. Ginies P. Dowd H. Parkes J. Marchesani W. Coates M. Shanahan Old Ivanhoe: N. Butler J. Binney S. Paton E. Spargo A. Paine M. Delmonte University Blacks 5.4 13.9 22.11 27.16 (178) AJAX 2.1 5.2 8.2 8.3 (51) GOALS University Blacks: J. Slabbert 10 J. Foster 4 B. Mahon 2 S. Weekley 2 C. Richardson 2 H. Lahy 2 J. Bismire 1 A. Pitt 1 J. Gardiner 1 H. Lacey 1 A. Else 1 AJAX: D. Fayman 4 G. Measey 2 E. Routman 1 J. Lew 1 BEST University Blacks: J. Slabbert A. Pitt S. Thomas H. Lahy S. Weekley H. Lacey AJAX: D. Fayman R. Winograd J. Lew M. Kaye W. Steinberg J. Tendler Old Melburnians 3.5 5.10 9.14 15.18 (108) Werribee Districts 1.0 2.2 2.8 6.10 (46) GOALS Old Melburnians: C. Beck 5 P. Kruger 3 L. Bennett 3 N. Voyage 1 C. Hood 1 B. McKie 1 T. Hywood 1 Werribee Districts: A. Taylor 3 A. Tedeso 1 W. Pelar 1 R. Harrington 1 BEST Old Melburnians: T. Hywood J. Beaumont C. Beck L. Haralambous L. Batten L. Bennett Werribee Districts: M. Dean A. Taylor J. Huxtable C. Molivas A. Tedeso W. Pelar

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they have a game and 7% to make up to clinch fourth and qualify for the finals. Who gets to make the late charge home will be determined this weekend as Old Brighton host Old Haileybury with the winner staying alive and the loser looking at a repechage as the only way back. This week Old Brighton will keep marching on towards fourth, but will remain a game outside as Old Melburnians will defeat Old Ivanhoe as miracles don’t always happen. Beaumaris will bounce back and defeat University Blacks at home whilst AJAX will secure another win against Werribee Districts. St Kevins will defeat the Krushers back at TH King. Di Langton is away this week and will return next week – to read more from your scribe this week, turn back a page.

PREMIER B RESERVE Old Brighton 3.5 8.8 10.13 16.15 (111) Oakleigh 2.1 5.2 7.4 10.4 (64) GOALS Old Brighton: B. Blatt 5 J. Salem 4 N. Graham-Bowman 2 D. Jennings 2 Z. Alcott 1 A. Ogilvie 1 J. Beaton 1 Oakleigh: S. Hobijn-Allen 3 T. Golik 2 A. Matthieson 1 J. Wines 1 N. Seel 1 M. Bertucci 1 S. Way 1 BEST Old Brighton: T. Mariani B. Blatt T. Clarke B. Jarick J. Beaton M. McEvoy Oakleigh: A. Murray M. Bentham C. Meyers T. Golik Z. Mousoulis S. Way Beaumaris 8.3 13.4 18.6 21.9 (135) Old Haileybury 2.1 4.3 6.6 8.8 (56) GOALS Beaumaris: M. Ensor 5 D. Pritchard 4 T. Pritchard 3 T. Woolnough 2 L. Slater 1 T. Rayner 1 M. Millar 1 J. Evans 1 S. Brennan 1 L. Sketchley 1 T. Collins 1 Old Haileybury: R. James 2 J. Bayard 2 A. Mathers 1 D. McCormick 1 T. Wyeth 1 S. Ellis 1 BEST Beaumaris: M. Ensor J. Bull L. Slater J. Evans W. Mattingley C. Langdon Old Haileybury: D. Mackenzie A. Mathers A. Kight A. Schofield R. James L. Pitcher St Kevins 3.7 6.12 9.15 10.16 (76) Old Ivanhoe 1.1 1.1 2.3 4.4 (28) GOALS St Kevins: R. Caldow 3 T. Marchesani 2 D. Gibbs 2 T. Trewin 1 P. Aughton 1 K. Wissell 1 Old Ivanhoe: A. Steer 2 M. Golden 1 S. Pinney 1 BEST St Kevins: T. Marchesani J. Mullen T. O’Rourke H. McPherson P. Aughton E. Ring Old Ivanhoe: A. Diorietes S. Price C. Harder A. Karim D. Mancuso D. Geilings University Blacks 5.6 11.10 14.11 18.14 (122) AJAX 0.2 0.2 2.2 3.3 (21) GOALS University Blacks: J. Crameri 6 N. Holt 4 T. Brennan 3 S. Lane 2 M. MacGugan 1 J. Clarke 1 J. Nettlefold 1 AJAX: A. Wollan 1 R. White 1 J. Ludski 1 BEST University Blacks: J. Crameri D. Batten J. Nettlefold N. Holt S. Myers T. Brennan AJAX: J. Ludski j. Gottlieb A. Wytwornik N. Rischin R. White M. Shafar Werribee Districts 4.3 7.5 11.6 12.8 (80) Old Melburnians 0.3 4.7 8.11 8.13 (61) GOALS Werribee Districts: M. Hill 7 M. Purton 4 P. Keogh 1 Old Melburnians: E. Hughes 2 L. Koumouris 1 C. Jenkins 1 T. Dickinson 1 C. Baillieu 1 E. Lloyd 1 C. Cumbrae-Stewart 1 BEST Werribee Districts: A. Cunningham M. Hill M. Neilson N. Morrison J. Callea M. Smith Old Melburnians: C. Cumbrae-Stewart N. Russell H. Jupp E. Hughes N. Nixon N. De Steiger

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PREMIER C

Simon Fuller

ASHES HALT LOSING STREAK As I reflect on the happenings of the weekend, wondering what sort of column vibe I’m going to put out for you good people each week, I assess the results from Premier C and how they balance with what earlier predictions. Going through the process this week made me think of the James Magnussen commercial and the unfair treatment endured by the ‘T’, just for having a different (and, as it turned out, correct) opinion. I figured the Monash Blues were a far more appropriate subject for one of these commercials. Their 2012 season has been a year of ‘almosts’ and ‘not quites’. Now consigned to their fate and with the pressure off, everything clicked, as the Blues claimed the prized scalp of Marcellin. And it’s difficult not to feel good for them, after eleven weeks of disappointment. Well done, lads. Mazenod and Rupertswood did battle at Central Reserve, with both teams desperate to stay in touch with four. The tight battle that many would have expected never eventuated, with the Nodders convincingly winning every quarter, pushing the margin out past triple figures before the final bell. Thomas and Jayaweera combined for twelve Mazenod goals and Ben Phibbs was at his best. It was a more difficult task to find Rupo winners, but Ben Gay’s continued emergence at senior level was a bright spot. The game at Clayton was the upset of the season, with the Blues getting over the Eagles in convincing fashion. The first quarter set it up for Monash, piling on five goals to none. Marcellin started to work their way back into the game from there, as good sides do, and the Eagles were within striking distance at the last change. The Ashes would have none of it though, taking control again in the last quarter and registering 6

a famous victory. George Smyth was in the thick of the action for the Blues, while Zac Ledin was again a good contributor. Matthew Holmes never stopped trying for a disappointing Marcellin, who will want to regroup quickly to maintain their hold on a top two spot. Old Camberwell hosted the Rovers and returned to the winners list, with a confidence-boosting 98 point triumph. With the Wellers acutely aware of the possible implications of a loss, it was expected that they would burst out of the blocks, but it was Hampton that got on top early and took a handy two goal lead into quarter time. From there though, it was one way traffic, a ten goal second quarter starting the onslaught that didn’t let up until the game was over. Sam Killworth put through six majors on his way to BOG honours, while Jordan Heffernan was solid. Emerging stars, Jack Wilson and Jay Dillon were dynamic for Hampton, who must bounce back quickly to record that elusive first victory. A huge result at PEGS, with the Vultures storming home in the last quarter to snatch victory from the home side who had led all day. A heartbreaker for PEGS to lose in that fashion to the competition pacesetters and significantly damage their finals chances, but Parkdale showed why they have now become the clear flag favourites, by being the team to finally beat PEGS at PEGS. Mitch Grant was excellent for the visitors, whose confidence must now be skyhigh. Ryan Jones gave everything he had for TODAY SELECTIONS IN BOLD Banyule v Rupertswood Hampton Rovers v PEGS Marcellin v Parkdale Vultures Monash Blues v Mazenod Old Camberwell v Fitzroy

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the Grammar and Dave Forrest kicked five, but ultimately, it wasn’t enough. After losing their previous three, Fitzroy bounced back at Brunswick Street, with an emphatic nine goal win against Banyule. After Banyule opened the scoring, the Roys put the foot down, particularly in the second stanza, to go into the rooms with a seven goal lead and total control of the game. It was a more competitive third quarter, but the Roys will be ruing an opportunity missed to really put the Bears to the sword and boost their percentage, scoring 1.7 in the last quarter. Ablett was back, creating havoc in the forward line and Sam Baker had one of his best games for the year. Bart Walsh starred in the middle in a day to forget for Banyule. This week, PEGS travels to Hampton looking

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Fitzroy 4.3 10.9 14.11 15.18 (108) Banyule 2.3 4.4 7.9 7.12 (54) GOALS Fitzroy: L. Ablett 5 C. Polidoras 3 P. O’Connor 1 R. Angiolella 1 M. Allen 1 T. Cheshire 1 S. Baker 1 J. Vansittart 1 D. Pound-Palmieri 1 Banyule: A. Brown 2 S. Hills 1 B. Walsh 1 A. Barclay 1 C. Taylor 1 M. Christian 1 BEST Fitzroy: S. Baker C. Polidoras L. Ablett J. Dalton J. Vansittart P. O’Connor Banyule: B. Walsh A. Brown L. French . Hooper T. Valvo B. Parthenides Mazenod 7.2 13.5 16.9 22.13 (145) Rupertswood 3.4 5.4 6.5 6.7 (43) GOALS Mazenod: C. Jayaweera 6 R. Thomas 6 C. Smith 3 B. Phibbs 2 T. Bourbon 1 R. Mann 1 S. Jones 1 B. Castledine 1 M. Chamberlain 1 Rupertswood: L. Baddeley 1 L. Brennan 1 M. Gaunt 1 B. Slater 1 J. Gay 1 D. Morrice 1 BEST Mazenod: B. Phibbs C. Jayaweera R. Thomas B. Castledine J. Kelly C. Smith Rupertswood: B. Gay J. Bradley C. Kendall M. Gaunt D. Morrice J. Ata Monash Blues 5.1 6.2 9.6 12.11 (83) Marcellin 0.3 3.7 5.9 6.9 (45) GOALS Monash Blues: J. Griffiths 3 A. McKenzie 2 P. Featonby 2 J. Bell 2 A. Hickey 1 G. Smyth 1 T. Powell 1 Marcellin: P. Millsom 2 A. Lincoln 1 N. Crosbie 1 P. Augustin 1 M. Bortolotto 1 BEST Monash Blues: G. Smyth Z. Ledin J. Griffiths E. Ree-Goodings S. Baring H. Stephenson Marcellin: M. Holmes A. Viney P. Augustin J. Carlson L. Rice P. Millsom Old Camberwell 2.4 12.11 17.15 22.23 (155) Hampton Rovers 4.3 6.4 8.8 8.9 (57) GOALS Old Camberwell: S. Killworth 6 J. Duke 4 W. Carlyle 3 A. Clarke 2 D. Proksa 2 S. Needham 2 N. Tsindos 1 A. Lloyd 1 J. Hinkley 1 Hampton Rovers: J. Baxter 2 R. Atkins 2 E. Turner 2 J. Donald 1 A. Fisher 1 BEST Old Camberwell: S. Killworth J. Heffernan R. Kapoor N. Tsindos A. Clarke W. Carlyle Hampton Rovers: J. Wilson J. Dillon J. Donald M. Innes L. Fletcher M. Care Parkdale Vultures 1.1 6.2 8.9 12.18 (90) PEGS 5.4 10.4 10.8 11.8 (74) GOALS Parkdale Vultures: P. Groves 3 C. Ryan 2 L. Oakley 2 R. Swayn 2 D. Rhford 2 T. Boland 1 PEGS: D. Forrest 5 C. Goullet 2 C. Tzambazis 2 D. Ryan 1 J. Rogers 1 BEST Parkdale Vultures: M. Grant A. Thompson P. Groves T. Boland M. Meyer D. Rhford PEGS: R. Jones S. Towner D. Ryan D. Forrest C. Goullet R. Baddeley

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for a percentage booster, which they’ll get. The resurgent Monash is at home against Mazenod and while it’s tempting to get on the Ashes, I’ll stick with the team that has everything to play for. Old Camberwell hosts Fitzroy and I think the Roys will get up in a classic, to knock the Wellers out of the four. Parkdale can practically sew up the double chance with an away win against Marcellin and I’m not going to pick against them in their current form. And I think Banyule will knock off Rupo at the Cave to keep their remote finals chances alive.

PREMIER C RESERVE Fitzroy 4.4 8.8 12.11 18.17 (125) Banyule 0.4 1.8 3.13 6.13 (49) GOALS Fitzroy: D. Kynigopoulos 4 R. Borland 3 M. Racovalis 2 D. McLeod 2 C. Ball 2 N. Brown 1 H. Topp 1 A. Harbor 1 D. Olarenshaw 1 M. Beacham 1 Banyule: M. Crema 2 L. O’Callaghan 1 D. O’Callaghan 1 A. Edwards 1 C. Buckley 1 BEST Fitzroy: D. Olarenshaw D. Kynigopoulos T. Biscaro N. Marshall A. Harbor R. Borland Banyule: M. Crema D. O’Callaghan N. Smith J. O’Connor L. Delaney C. Buckley Mazenod 6.4 10.11 12.15 17.19 (121) Rupertswood 0.3 0.4 1.4 2.4 (16) GOALS Mazenod: S. Ballh 3 J. Egan 3 P. Johnson 2 C. Bray 2 T. Bailey 1 A. Bray 1 N. Gentile 1 J. Cetraro 1 C. Keane 1 S. Mann 1 R. Kaye 1 Rupertswood: J. Bell 1 J. Matthews 1 BEST Mazenod: S. Mann R. Power L. Hawkins B. Woods C. Keane S. Ballh Rupertswood: J. Albanis J. Matthews L. Smith S. Morganti M. Tabone N. Webb Marcellin 3.2 3.6 4.9 8.13 (61) Monash Blues 1.3 3.8 7.10 7.11 (53) GOALS Marcellin: D. Gartner 2 D. Fraser 1 A. Ceccomancini 1 D. McMahon 1 S. Kemp 1 H. Lee 1 D. Isaac 1 Monash Blues: J. Gallagher 3 J. Samuels 1 B. Cailes 1 M. Stewart 1 D. Fuzzard 1 BEST Marcellin: T. Jordan D. Gartner A. Ceccomancini S. Kemp A. Loucas H. Lee Monash Blues: N. Rhoden M. Hunt R. Phillips H. Devanny J. Samuels A. Costley Old Camberwell 8.5 17.9 22.14 31.16 (202) Hampton Rovers 0.0 0.0 0.0 1.0 (6) GOALS Old Camberwell: C. Hillier 12 P. Storey 4 A. Benson 3 D. Schmidt 3 R. Henderson 2 T. Byrnes 2 M. Cottrell 1 B. Dean 1 Z. Kelly 1 J. Robinson 1 A. Lattuada 1 Hampton Rovers: C. Ellison 1 BEST Old Camberwell: A. Lattuada C. Hillier S. Derry A. Rogers B. Hillier R. Henderson Hampton Rovers: M. Powell K. McNeil N. Jewell S. Wright C. Ellison J. Massie PEGS 1.3 2.5 6.7 10.9 (69) Parkdale Vultures 2.3 3.6 3.9 6.11 (47) GOALS PEGS: J. Tootell 2 D. Galea 2 D. Rowland 1 C. Armstead 1 A. Palmer 1 L. Flaherty 1 J. French 1 J. Stormont 1 Parkdale Vultures: R. Irvine 2 L. Thomas 1 S. Jones 1 C. Radford 1 D. Graham 1 BEST PEGS: B. Briggs J. Marr D. Rowland J. French J. Taylor J. Stormont Parkdale Vultures: G. Crilley D. Kelly J. Balic A. White R. Heaney M. Todd

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CLUB XVIII FINALS START THIS WEEKEND Club XVIII finals start this weekend and with the introduction of a final six in Club XVIII it’s set to be an exciting weekend with five finals all on Sunday. The move of all finals to Sunday allows players and supporters of their clubs to get to two games on the weekend. Premiership success at Club XVIII level

sometimes is enough to spur on the senior and U19 sides to their own finals glory. Below is the finals fixture for week one of the finals, tickets are purchased at the gate so get out of the house on Sunday and go and watch your Clubbies mates run around.

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Hawthorn

Therry Penola

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Old Xaverians

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LIVETEXT SCORES ALMOST ALL THERE Last week we saw a record number of clubs participating in use of live text scores. That meant 26 of a possible 36 matches were available for people who have downloaded the app to see what was going on in other games. As we edge towards the end of the season the live scores app has become an indispensable part of a Saturday afternoon to see how you club’s finals push or relegation battle is going with scores from other games. Again we encourage all clubs to have someone nominated to enter in the live scores to help the rest of us at other grounds know what is going on! If you don’t have the app then make sure you head to m.vafa.livscores.redtxt.com.au in your web browser and add the app to your mobile device. NOT QUITE POST HIGH It was interesting to watch the tactics of the returning Mark Passador for Old Scotch against De La Salle last weekend. Passador, ever the craftsman tried the often seen tactic from junior competitions of hiding behind the goal post. After returning to the field from a rest on the bench, Passador edged his way down to the goal square and hid behind the goal post leaving his opponent believing he was now a loose man in defence about 40 meters from goal. Passador was left 8

unattended for about a minute hoping his team mates could win the ball on the wing and send a long bomb to the square for him to run out and mark unopposed. Alas it was not to be, with a De La Salle defender eventually seeing the sneaky Passador hovering next to the goal umpire. The tactic didn’t escape the commentary team of 96.5FM on the day though and they were disappointed that the ploy didn’t come off, maybe next week…

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ANDY SMITH 1 Last week we highlighted the great service of Andy Smith to the University Blacks Football Club and we see no problem with double dipping. Last Saturday a large crowd spanning six decades of amateur football gathered at the Uni Oval to salute Andy Smith’s outstanding feat of fifty consecutive years of voluntary service to Uni Blacks. The pavvy was packed for a cracking lunch featuring tales tall and true from five speakers representing the five decades of Andy’s service with the event highlighted by a prolonged standing ovation for Andy from the crowd, several of whom were

sporting Andy Smith masks.Guests during the day included Michael Sholly, Fred Schepisi and Don Scott (pictured with Andy below) who enjoyed proceedings keenly. After the game the players joined the party with the Andy Smith Meat Tray auction and Andy Smith Bumper Blackspot being among numerous highlights. Uni Blacks extends our thanks to Ajax Football Club for joining warmly into the spirit of the occasion and thank the many wellwishers who have passed on congratulations to Andy on this extra-ordinary achievement.

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photo with the great man after their big win against AJAX.

FINALS PRICES ARE CONFIRMED We thought we would get in early in letting you know about finals prices for tickets this year. Each year the questions are asked about the prices and if they have changed. This year the good news is that they haven’t changed at all! If you can remember last year then your memory is brilliant, if not then we have listed them here for you again: Club XVIII Qualifying and Preliminary: Adult $10, Concession $5 Grand Final: Adult $12, Concession $6 Division Semi and Preliminary: Adult $10, Concession $5 Grand Final: Adult $12, Concession $6 Premier Semi and Preliminary: Adult $12, Concession $6 Grand Final: Adult $15, Concession $10

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LIST OF VAFA OLYMPIANS Over the past couple of weeks the VAFA website (vafa.com.au) has featured stories on Olympians who have played games in the VAFA. We had some great feedback from the clubs and also some tireless work by the likes of John Bell who went trawling through the archives. As the Olympics in London wrap up this weekend we thought we would list all of the athletes here to see just how many have gone on to represent Australia after notching games in the VAFA or indeed returning as Olympic athletes to play football for the love of the game. Peter Bennett Water Polo 1952, 1956 - Collegians and MHSOB Garth Manton Rowing 1956 - Old Geelong Adrian Monger Rowing 1956 - Old Geelong

Christian Ryan Rowing 2000 - North Old Boys / St Pats Nick Heffernan Fencing 2000 - Peninsula Dale Grant Swimming 2004 - Mazenod Cameron McKenzie McHarg Rowing 2008, 2012 - Old Scotch Jeff Risely Athletics 2008, 2012 - Mazenod By our calculations we have won 3 Gold, 3 Silver and 5 Bronze medals from this group. There are most likely more that this select group and we would still love to receive your contributions of any we have missed.

John Chittick Athletics 1956, 1960 - Old Geelong

APPLICATION FOR COACHES

Bob Joyce Athletics 1956 - Old Geelong

SEASON 2013

John Landy Athletics 1956 - Old Geelong Grammarians Ian Johnston Rowing 1960 - University Blacks, Old Trinity Peter Norman Athletics 1968 - West Brunswick James Tomkins Rowing 1988, 1992, 1996, 2000, 2004, 2008 Old Carey, Old Brighton Mike McKay Rowing 1988, 1992, 1996, 2000 - Old Xaverians Andrew Cooper Rowing 1988, 1992 - Old Brighton THE AMATEUR FOOTBALLER 2012

Banyule Amateur Football Club seek applications for the position/s of Under 19, Senior, Reserves and Third Team Coaches. Playing and non-Playing applicants are encouraged to apply. Applicants need to be enthusiastic leaders with excellent communication skills. Level 1 Coaching accreditation required. Successful applicants will enjoy excellent facilities, a supportive environment and competitive remuneration. All Coaching positions will be vacated at the end of the 2012 season.

Applications close 30th September 2012. Applications in writing to: The Secretary PO Box 363 Ivanhoe VIC 3079 www.banyulebears.com

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Yarra Valley is blessed with loyal and talented players. Not many clubs could boast four 200 game players in a matter of weeks. Greg Coutts now joins Sam ‘Bonesaw’ Savage, Captain Chris Beal and touch on baller Michael Wines. Greg is a tough, determined and a super-consistent player for the Bushrangers since 1999. Shutting down forwards tall or short it hasn’t mattered. He is rarely beaten and ever reliable.

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Marcellin’s Simon Considine is an extremely valued and important cog in the MOCFC community forming one part of the Considine family that plays a large role at The Nest. Simon has been an integral part of the Eagles’ midfield structure, playing key roles in the 2008 B Grade Premiership as well many representative matches for the Big V. Simon is as tough as they come and is always the first in an under the pack, often being likened to Brisbane Lion champion Michael Voss both in looks and playing style. Although Simon has been plagued by injury in recent times, always takes a professional approach to get his body right to wear the maroon and blue.

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Banyule’s Ash Brown began with the club in 2004 and was a member of the Under 19 Premiership side, Ash played the following year in the Division 1 Senior Grand Final and has been a key member of our side ever since. Ash was captain of our senior side from 2008 – 2011, including being captain of the 2010 Premiership Side. He has been a leading goal kicker on four occasions and in the Premiership year kicked over 70 goals. Ash is a well respected leader on and off the ground.

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De La Salle’s Tim Kovess is a tough and courageous midfielder known for his fierce attack on the football. Tim is an U19 premiership player, an U19 Best and Fairest runner up and has been awarded the Most Consistent Player in both U19s and Reserves. After battling on the fringes or a few seasons Tim has now become an established senior player.

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Prahran Assumption’s star key forward Adam Sleight has been an outstanding contributor since arriving at the club in 2003. He is one of the most decorated players in the VAFA over the past decade. Four best and fairests, five time winner of the club’s Players Player award, four times leading goal kicker, VAFA representative in 2005 and club captain in 2011 and 2012, Adam has been the powerhouse forward at the club. His outstanding marking ability was at its zenith last season in the undefeated season that saw Prahran Assumption win the Division 3 premiership, the undoubted highlight of his career. A driving force in the club’s leadership group over the past three years an is now an assistant coach role as well. THE AMATEUR FOOTBALLER 2012


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One the ‘Hoes’ favourite sons, Matthew Franich, brings up the ton this week. Normally he’s the guy trying to stop others from doing it but it’s the Chief’s turn this week to raise the bat (we know it will never happen in a game of cricket). Several serious knee injuries, blood clots, an overseas sojourn and the lure of golf all slowingthe progress to this milestone. He has ruled the Ivanhoe backline with an iron fist for the past 9 yrs and finally gets to run through the banner this weekend. His parents are his #1 fans and watch every week from all of us we salute you Chief!

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Old Geelong’s Tim Hope-Johnstone joined the Club back in 2004 and has not only been a major contributor on the field, but also from the sidelines. Tim has coached the U19’s to a premiership back in 2009, when he was injured.

Fitzroy’s Rory Angiolella graduated from the U19s into the Seniors in 2010 and hasn’t missed a game. This year was appointed captain of the side. Yarra Valley’s Lachie McCleary is almost crazy in his endeavour for the ball, Lachie goes in where angels fear to tread and is not afraid to put his head over the ball. His fierce desire for the ball and his ability to weave his way through packs make him an impact player that is a delight to watch.

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St John’s Cam Christiansen was a member of the 2010 Division 3 Grand Final Team and the 2011 Division 2 Premiership Team. He has played the majority of his games in defence and is renowned for his cool head in a crisis. He is also currently an assistant coach and is the club vice captain. St John’s Nick Pouki came to the club in 2009 and made his senior debut later that year. He has played in both key defensive and attacking positions and is well known for his bullocking runs with the ball in hand. Nick was a key player during the finals series in 2011 and was Full Forward in the team’s 2011 Division 2 premiership.

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Darren Dawson

STICKING TO THE SCRIPT It was the late Alan Jeans who said that footballers are like sausages. “You can fry them, grill them, curry them, put apple sauce with them. They’re still sausages; all you’re doing is dressing them up”. The words of the master coach came to mind when I sat down to pen this week’s review of Division 1 matches. What could I write about this week? How could I dress up the column to make it more interesting? And then it came to me: just talk about the footy. No begging for lunches. No anti-Olympic rants. No obtuse Nick Wynne-type streams of consciousness. Just talk about the footy. All results went according to script last week, with the top five teams on the ladder all recording wins. It was only the margins which were of any surprise. The predictability of the round made the tipster’s lot an easy one. Indeed, looking back, there have been precious few upsets this year. The biggest boil-over remains OGs’ round 8 defeat of the Pirates, closely followed by the Saints’ one-point victory over the Panthers a fortnight ago. However, there would be no surprise in store for Peninsula this week. The Pirates thrashed Williamstown in all facets of the game, but most particularly on the scoreboard. Amazingly, there were only seven pirates who failed to notch up a major. At the vanguard of this awesome display of fire-power was a seven-goal Stefan Barbour, whose name will surely feature prominently when the umpires’ votes are tallied at season’s end. He was ably supported by Nick Fisher and Vaughan Clarke. Undoubtedly, the only highlight of the day for Williamstown was the long bus journey home from the peninsula. After consecutive testing road trips to play the top two teams, Whitefriars returned to home territory for the must-win game against Glen Eira. After an even first quarter, the Friars turned on 14

a dominant performance to win by 146 points. The goals were shared around by no less than twelve players. The home team’s running brigade reveled in the excellent conditions and open spaces of Friar Park with Dan Tibaldi, Brendan Stafford, Tom Pollett, Emille Abdallah and Chris McDonald the pick of an enthusiastic bunch. The Saints, after two wins on the trot, were given a stark reminder of the quality chasm between the top and bottom teams. Best for Glen Eira were Jarryd Bloink and Julius Waras Carstensen. It had been a long time between wins for Old Mentonians, but they just did enough to get the job done and stay in mathematical finals contention against St. John’s. In windy conditions, the visiting Panthers took a slim fivepoint lead into the first break, and had slightly increased that margin at the half. But like so often this season, the Jocs did not go down without a fight; they put in a gallant second-half performance, undone only by a brief period in the third term when Old Mentonians booted four unanswered goals. This would be the defining period of a scrappy but hard-fought match, with the Panthers running out 37-point winners. Best for the victors were ruckman Dustin Mills, who booted seven goals, and Tim Wigney. Half forward Ryan Thomas and midfielders Jeremy Diaz and Keith Ash were best for St Johns. At Como, Old Geelong kicked 5 unanswered goals in the first term to open up a break over their neighbours from MHSOB which they maintained for the rest of the afternoon. The TODAY SELECTIONS IN BOLD Glen Eira v Peninsula MHSOB v NOBs/St Pats Old Mentonians v Old Geelong Ormond v Whitefriars Williamstown CYMS v St Johns

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Unicorns fought back in the second half, but it was too little too late. Meanwhile at Gillon, North Old Boys – St Patrick’s made it thirteen on the trot with an 84-point win over a disappointing Ormond.

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Preview: As North Old Boys and Peninsula edge inexorably closer to a second-semi showdown, they must take care to concentrate on the tasks at hand; today that means visits to Melbourne High School and Glen Eira respectively, where both should have no trouble. The Friars need to keep winning to ensure finals action, and today should account for a Monders team who now appear to be looking to 2013.

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North Old Boys/St Pats 4.4 9.9 16.15 20.20 (140) Ormond 3.2 5.4 7.7 8.8 (56) GOALS North Old Boys/St Pats: C. Horsley 4 M. Keown 3 G. Maxton 2 J. Gibson 2 S. Sleep 2 D. Delmenico 2 C. Ford 2 S. Thomson 1 P. Shepherd 1 J. Cassell 1 Ormond: D. Bailey 2 W. Cove 1 M. Martinov 1 R. Chisholm 1 T. Bond 1 J. Leggett 1 H. Simon 1 BEST North Old Boys/St Pats: S. Thomson C. Horsley D. Delmenico C. Hosking S. O’Connor D. Tonkin Ormond: H. Simon B. Upstill D. Bailey L. Russell D. Haysom D. Casey Old Geelong 5.6 9.7 12.12 14.14 (98) MHSOB 0.1 1.3 6.5 9.8 (62) GOALS Old Geelong: R. McEvoy 5 E. Bayles 3 M. Abney-Hastings 2 T. Hope-Johnstone 1 H. Timms 1 C. O’Brien 1 C. Wood 1 MHSOB: M. Santomartino 3 S. Villani 2 T. Dunne 1 L. Campbell 1 N. Campbell 1 N. Campbell 1 BEST Old Geelong: J. O’Shea N. O’Hare H. Johnstone H. Timms N. Betts C. O’Brien MHSOB: S. Villani J. Tran K. Smith J. Sherwin L. Evans N. Campbell Peninsula 5.5 16.13 25.16 35.20 (230) Williamstown CYMS 3.2 3.5 5.8 10.10 (70) GOALS Peninsula: S. Barbour 7 N. Fisher 5 S. Grigg 3 A. Wood 3 R. Bambery 3 S. Payze 3 W. Sansom 2 J. Pomeroy 2 V. Clarke 1 G. O’Connor-Price 1 J. Hood 1 R. Stainforth 1 S. Murray 1 W. Coghlan 1 B. Brisbane 1 Williamstown CYMS: J. Vanderloo 4 B. Gray 2 S. Barlow 1 J. Gallivan 1 F. Adamson 1 B. Coram 1 BEST Peninsula: S. Barbour V. Clarke B. Southam R. Bambery N. Fisher S. Grigg Williamstown CYMS: J. Vanderloo C. Cini N. Knapman B. Hynes M. Cavarra Old Mentonians 2.1 4.4 8.7 15.8 (98) St Johns 1.2 3.2 6.6 9.7 (61) GOALS Old Mentonians: D. Mills 7 G. Snow 4 T. Wilton 2 M. Zacharin 1 R. Ball 1 St Johns: M. Nicholson 2 C. Cachia 2 J. Diaz 1 K. Ash 1 M. Phaedonos 1 C. Christiansen 1 B. Ayache 1 BEST Old Mentonians: L. Hull G. Snow M. Myers-Snyders T. Wilton T. Wigney D. Mills St Johns: J. Diaz R. Thomas M. Nicholson K. Ash M. Lokeron J. Butt Whitefriars 7.1 14.4 22.9 29.14 (188) Glen Eira 5.2 5.5 6.6 6.6 (42) GOALS Whitefriars: E. Abdallah 4 J. Daou 4 J. Scannell 3 M. Nitas 3 A. Woods 3 R. Mattinson 2 A. Brosolo 2 D. Tibaldi 2 M. Mirabella 2 T. Pollett 2 B. Stafford 1 T. Baker 1 Glen Eira: J. Waras Carstensen 2 S. Hollow 1 L. Pryde 1 A. Spink 1 M. Kohout 1 BEST Whitefriars: D. Tibaldi B. Stafford T. Pollett C. McDonald E. Abdallah A. Brosolo Glen Eira: J. Waras Carstensen N. Dennis J. Bloink J. Mills A. Spink P. Rohr

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the relegation precipice, Williamstown have the chance to record their fourth win of the season when they host St John’s today, and I suspect they will join the Saints on four wins. looms as a real danger game for the Oggers. I am tipping a rare upset: the Panthers to keep their finals aspirations alive for one more week at least. Do not forget: Send all match reports to dd.mj@bigpond .com and follow me on twitter (@smokiedawson) to keep up to date with all Division 1 news on Saturday arvos.

DIVISION ONE RESERVE Ormond 3.2 6.3 10.9 12.11 (83) North Old Boys/St Pats 3.2 7.5 8.6 10.6 (66) GOALS Ormond: A. Cribbes 4 J. Singleton 2 N. Umiljendic 2 L. Blatman 1 A. HastingsDodge 1 D. MacHin 1 S. McCooke 1 North Old Boys/St Pats: N. Tonkin 2 B. Holland 2 T. Murphy 2 B. Wills 1 G. Driscoll 1 D. Monello 1 J. Grinter 1 BEST Ormond: T. Haysom D. Frazier S. McCooke D. MacHin A. Cribbes B. Atkins North Old Boys/St Pats: P. Kelly I. Barr L. Cormick B. Holland Z. Curwen-Walker L. Ezard Old Geelong 3.3 5.4 7.6 9.11 (65) MHSOB 1.2 2.3 4.4 5.6 (36) GOALS Old Geelong: A. Smibert 3 M. Graver 1 A. Power 1 T. Bear 1 P. Ellis 1 W. Harris 1 W. Oakley 1 MHSOB: C. Wakefield 1 J. Varchione 1 D. Burke 1 M. Ham 1 P. Kelly 1 BEST Old Geelong: J. Powell D. Wood C. Bolsin S. Lansdell H. Beaumont J. HopeJohnstone MHSOB: L. Taylor B. Pretty N. Orchard S. Keough R. Czwarno C. Wakefield Peninsula 2.4 7.9 14.15 18.21 (129) Williamstown CYMS 1.1 4.2 4.5 6.6 (42) GOALS Peninsula: J. Coghlan 6 J. Archdeacon 4 B. Mitchell 2 A. Starkins 2 J. Atchison 1 C. Le Clerc 1 J. Smith 1 J. Heron 1 Williamstown CYMS: F. Henry 2 Z. Read 1 J. Doyle 1 M. Keating 1 T. Humberstone 1 BEST Peninsula: B. Mitchell Z. Kurts L. Baker B. Roberts J. Coghlan E. Coghlan Williamstown CYMS: Z. Read J. Venosta R. Danaher A. Thompson F. Henry D. Carter Old Mentonians 9.2 15.8 21.13 31.17 (203) St Johns 1.0 2.1 3.2 3.3 (21) GOALS Old Mentonians: L. Cormie 6 C. Mylonas 6 L. Oliver 5 B. Parker 4 B. Coghlan 3 T. Goodrich 2 S. Cormie 2 C. Duncan 2 C. Edgeworth 1 St Johns: R. Dyker 2 S. Ware 1 BEST Old Mentonians: L. Cormie S. Cormie C. Mylonas B. Coghlan C. Duncan H. Darbyshire St Johns: R. Dyker B. Darbyshire S. Callaghan T. Cox D. Cousins D. Duggan Whitefriars 4.6 7.13 8.15 8.17 (65) Glen Eira 0.2 1.2 5.4 7.6 (48) GOALS Whitefriars: D. Kovacevic 3 A. Petts 2 P. Tatterson 1 C. Spencer 1 O. Scannell 1 Glen Eira: B. Collett 3 J. Canal 1 D. Entwistle 1 D. Utano 1 B. Cooney 1 BEST Whitefriars: D. Kovacevic T. Carrucan E. Manson A. Petts C. Zarafa L. Twomey Glen Eira: D. Eade J. Canal C. Hickey K. Marshall J. Van Der Zwart J. Higgins

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DIVISION 2

Rich Hummerston

CHANGING OF THE GUARD The Mailey’s ladder predictor got off to a flyer in its inaugural run, predicting all but the shock conquering of Bulleen Templestowe, a result that could potentially have devastating affects to both ends of the ladder. After sitting at the head of the competition for the entire season, the all conquering Bullants could find themselves in 2nd as soon as this week. Meanwhile, at the less glorious end of the ladder, South Melbourne, who developed an incredibly strong relationship with La Trobe this season looking destined for relegation, have all but secured their presence in Division 2 next season with a barnstorming few weeks. A Ciavola guided Eltham dismantled St Leo’s midway through the first term, put the icing on the cake in the second, and took their foot of the pedal in the last half, saving the hamstrings, calf’s and wrists for the impending finals series. With the game over at quarter time, some unusual suspects found their way into the best, Ryan Foo, Ricky Mydlar and Johnny Laver all putting in strong performances. For the Animals, in the second half it was Dave Mahony and the unsung Baranello in Nathan that stood tall. South Melbourne districts claimed arguably their biggest scalp of the season, knocking off a wavering Bulleen Templestowe by 39 points, instilling hope in Eltham, Prahran and Old Paradians in the process. Leading by nine points at the last break, the Bloods faithful could be forgiven for reviving the harrowing memories the last time the two clubs met. However, in contrast to the round 9 result, South Melbourne pulled away, piling on 6 goals to 1 in a spectacular final term. Toby Parish with 4 goals 16

and Josh Lambert were sensational for the Bloods while for Bulleen it was Daniel Tonelli, David Dakin and a lot of soul searching. The Monash Gryphons kept their incredibly slender final hopes alive with a resounding win over Therry Penola, the result leapfrogging the Gryphs into 5th, albeit by the smallest of percentage differentials. With so much on the line for both teams, courage was at the fore, typified by a brutal but fair collision between two hard nuts, (thankfully the subsequent ambulance was a precaution and the young lad from Therry is doing well.) After the restart, it was all Monash, led by Daniel McConville and the once fancied, now maligned Sam Sheehan the Gryphs strolled home as comfortable 31-point victors. For the Lions, Jason Mcmahon, Phillip Ross and James Egglestone all lead from the front. For those of you that grew up playing AFL live on your favourite gaming console, you’ll no doubt be familiar with the games inability to announce margins over about 75 points. Once you’ve hit that threshold, after every goal all you’ll hear from Dennis Commetti is “Hawthorn by a great margin” or “Essendon leads by plenty”. Well, had Dennis donated his highly sought voice to the St Mary’s Salesian-Prahran/Assumption clash, the aforementioned catch phrase would have undoubtedly be invoked, Prahran running out by a lot. Adam Sleight, his aging body still preventing him from his scintillating best, was sensational, slotting 6 while Johnny Robbins chipped in with a cheeky Michelle. For the Saints, who tried all day despite the mounting margin, were lead by Nick Baum and Heath Chipperfield. TODAY SELECTIONS IN BOLD Bulleen Templestowe v Eltham Collegians La Trobe University v South Melb Districts Monash Gryphons v Emmaus St Leos Prahran Assumption v Therry Penola St Mary’s Salesian v Old Paradians

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In another belting on the other side of town, Old Paradians annihilated La Trobe by 68 points, my man David Boundy slotting 7. In a peculiar first quarter, owing to the tough conditions of Garvey Oval, only one goal was kicked and it was by the students. After the first break, order was restored, Old Paradians dominating ‘til the final bell. Skip Boundy was joined by Daniel Giddings and Sean Miller in the best while for La Trobe, Grant Dowler, David Hacker and Elliot Kelly stood tall. Looking towards to a ripper of a round 16, Therry Penola make the arduous journey at to Assumption college, unfortunately for the Lions, the drive home will be twice as bad, a hefty defeat and no chance of finals will accompany

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South Melbourne Districts 3.2 7.7 9.12 15.14 (104) Bulleen Templestowe 4.4 6.5 8.9 9.11 (65) GOALS South Melbourne Districts: T. Parish 5 S. Bradford 3 A. Hannan 3 D. O’Dea 2 S. Mahoney 1 A. Lane 1 Bulleen Templestowe: J. Cowell 2 J. Wise 2 A. Lucisano 1 A. Lauria 1 C. Azer 1 K. Cherbakof 1 L. Wallis 1 BEST South Melbourne Districts: J. Lambert G. Simm C. McKay T. Parish A. Ray E. Costello Bulleen Templestowe: D. Tonelli A. Lucisano S. Avramidis O. Schmidt M. Stella D. Dakin Eltham Collegians 6.4 9.8 12.10 13.15 (93) Emmaus St Leos 0.2 0.5 2.5 6.7 (43) GOALS Eltham Collegians: S. Ciavola 7 N. Harper 3 R. Foo 1 T. Woods 1 A. Lendaro 1 Emmaus St Leos: N. Robin 1 R. McGloin 1 M. Lalor 1 P. Baranello 1 M. Hawa 1 T. Foreman 1 BEST Eltham Collegians: R. Foo S. Ciavola J. Laver B. O’Malley R. Mydlar M. Feben Emmaus St Leos: J. Kappiniaris D. Mahony M. Lalor N. Baranello T. Foreman L. Virgo Old Paradians 0.3 6.10 13.11 16.17 (113) La Trobe University 1.4 1.7 4.8 6.9 (45) GOALS Old Paradians: D. Boundy 7 D. Giddings 4 L. Dore 1 A. Rendina 1 J. Kandilakis 1 M. Patena 1 M. Derham 1 La Trobe University: S. Patten 4 C. Joyce 1 J. McMeel 1 BEST Old Paradians: S. Miller A. Rendina J. Kandilakis M. Patena J. Lidyard B. McAllister La Trobe University: G. Dowler D. Hacker C. Joyce S. Bullen E. Kelly K. Anderson Prahran Assumption 6.3 12.6 19.12 27.16 (178) St Mary’s Salesian 3.3 4.7 6.8 7.10 (52) GOALS Prahran Assumption: A. Sleight 6 J. Robbins 5 M. Pell 3 L. Giansiracusa 2 T. Maya 2 E. MacDonald 2 P. Donahoo 2 R. Pascoe 1 J. Matherson 1 B. Pell 1 M. Bremner 1 J. Musster 1 St Mary’s Salesian: S. Jones 2 J. Finlay 1 L. Childs 1 J. Strangward 1 H. Chipperfield 1 J. McCoy 1 BEST Prahran Assumption: A. Sleight J. Musster J. Robbins B. Pell B. Dempsey P. Donahoo St Mary’s Salesian: N. Baum J. Op’t Hoog H. Chipperfield D. West H. Wong L. O’Shannessy Monash Gryphons 2.2 7.6 10.10 13.17 (95) Therry Penola 3.1 5.4 8.7 9.10 (64) GOALS Monash Gryphons: D. McConville 4 H. Hough 3 M. Fletcher 2 C. Heppell 1 S. Sheehan 1 P. Rutherford 1 J. Ogden 1 Therry Penola: J. Hanlon 1 J. Crotty 1 M. Pell 1 L. Reynolds 1 C. Bannister 1 E. Benson 1 J. Stefanou 1 B. Harding 1 J. Egglestone 1 BEST Monash Gryphons: D. Baxter S. Heppell J. Hobley T. Mackie D. McConville J. Ogden Therry Penola: J. McMahon J. Stefanou M. Heard P. Ross K. Biddlestone J. Egglestone

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them as they meander their way back down the Hume. Monash Gryphons went down to the Animals last time they met, but it won’t happen again this week, with their fortress like home ground and the slim chance of finals, they should account for them easily. St Mary’s will host Old Paradians and will be gallant in defeat as they always are while South Melbourne can officially save themselves from relegation with a hefty win over La Trobe. Closing out the round, Eltham will pinch top spot against the wavering Bulleen Temp.

DIVISION TWO RESERVE Bulleen Templestowe 8.4 14.8 21.11 27.14 (176) South Melbourne Districts 0.0 0.0 0.0 1.1 (7) GOALS Bulleen Templestowe: D. Follacchio 5 D. Florance 3 P. Tsokas 3 M. Voglis 2 A. Stavretis 2 L. Costa 2 P. Voglis 2 A. Samie 2 B. Jackson 1 N. Monaco 1 J. Meng 1 A. Greco 1 P. Gallo 1 M. Roussidis 1 South Melbourne Districts: M. Stefanidakis 1 BEST Bulleen Templestowe: L. Costa D. Florance D. Follacchio J. Meng South Melbourne Districts: R. Chirgwin r. mac dermott D. Barry D. McBrearty M. Stefanidakis B. Reade Eltham Collegians 1.6 2.10 3.12 8.12 (60) Emmaus St Leos 1.1 3.1 6.2 8.7 (55) GOALS Eltham Collegians: M. Harrison 2 Z. Cole 1 P. Zumbo 1 A. Mok 1 J. Denton 1 T. Brown 1 J. Hall 1 Emmaus St Leos: C. Beluszar 6 J. Petrulis 1 E. Mitchell 1 BEST Eltham Collegians: J. Hall L. Daly M. Harrison C. Jongebloed R. Love D. Ashworth Emmaus St Leos: T. Canny D. O’Hehir J. Petrulis C. Beluszar J. Sandells E. Mitchell Old Paradians 7.3 14.11 19.15 26.18 (174) La Trobe University 0.0 0.0 1.1 1.4 (10) GOALS Old Paradians: A. Asdagi 6 K. O’Brien 6 A. Mascia 6 J. Monro 2 B. Holden 2 A. Drossini 1 M. Christie 1 M. Raponi 1 L. Grech 1 La Trobe University: H. Robertson 1 BEST Old Paradians: S. Rehlicki A. Mascia K. O’Brien M. Raponi M. Christie A. Posterino La Trobe University: M. Harney A. Knight S. Condon R. Slater A. Zaicos M. Correnti Prahran Assumption 4.2 10.5 15.12 20.16 (136) St Mary’s Salesian 1.1 4.1 4.2 7.2 (44) GOALS Prahran Assumption: R. Ellis 6 P. Greenham 5 B. Tottenham 2 D. Bourke 1 A. Henderson 1 K. Agushi 1 J. Dewar 1 A. Sammartino 1 B. Field 1 J. Taylor 1 St Mary’s Salesian: L. O’Keefe 3 L. Antoniades 1 N. Jane 1 G. Paul 1 P. Pascalis 1 BEST Prahran Assumption: W. Walford R. Ellis N. Davey A. Hall L. Oliver K. Agushi St Mary’s Salesian: C. Rose S. Nicholson M. Purcell J. Weston T. Ham Z. Kitchen Therry Penola 6.4 6.7 10.10 15.11 (101) Monash Gryphons 1.1 4.2 4.5 5.6 (36) GOALS Therry Penola: P. McCrae 4 G. Henderson 3 M. Mihaljevic 2 L. Ryan 2 L. Lentini 2 D. McKibbin 1 P. Strangis 1 Monash Gryphons: I. McCallum 2 G. Kent 1 R. Fletcher 1 M. Verkuylen 1 BEST Therry Penola: L. Ryan G. Henderson M. Lacorcia S. Bye N. Ratcliffe B. Budiono Monash Gryphons: S. Abel R. Fletcher V. Coffey I. McCallum T. Vesey W. Dowd

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Streaming at northwestfm.org

LATE SCORES, FINES AND TRIBUNAL Late Scores - July 28

Tribunal Results – 7 August 2012

Old Ivanhoe - Premier B

From August 4

Mazenod - Premier C Thirds

Tom Bennett, Old Trinity (Under-19) Misconduct, 3 matches.

Old Mentonians - Division 1

Andrew Maniatis, Mazenod (Under-19). Obscene gesture towards an umpire, 2 matches.

UHS/VU - Division 3 Collegians - U19 3

*Damian Lynch, Old Xaverians. Elbowing, 2 matches.

PEGS - U19 3

*Matthew Duggan, Beaumaris. Abusive or insulting language, 2 matches.

Monash Blues - Club XVIII (1)

*Nathanael Campbell, MHSOB Striking, 2 matches *Andrew Hopgood, Banyule (Reserves). Striking, 2 matches.

Incorrect Scores - July 28

From July 28

Caulfield Grammarians - Premier Thirds

*Peter Currie, Box Hill North. Striking, 2 matches.

Latrobe University - Division 2 and

*Accepted Prescribed Penalty

Division 2 Reserves St Kevins - U19 2

Investigation Results – 7 August 2012

UHS/VU - U18

Caulfield Gr. and Old Haileybury minor melee, Under-19 Section 3 match on 28 July.

Richmond Central Snakes - Club XVIII (2)

Both clubs accepted prescribed penalty of $150.

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DIVISION 3

Nick Wynne

HURRY UP WE’RE DREAMING This week in Division Three, Nick knows Ray Warren. Since the Olympics started I’ve been waiting for a word, whilst looking at the milky skyline, I’ve been waiting for something to inspire me. Rabbits has, his calls have wrapped me in his blinding twilight. Ray’s latest calling was to the London Olympics, where he did a terrific job of commentating the swimming – and in the true “Hackett and Thorpe, Thorpe and Hackett” style, even if the great Aussie hope Jimmy Missile (or whatever his name is) doesn’t deserve to carry the great Thorpedo’s shopping bag. Either way, Rabs was so good that he had me in tears on more than one occasion. Like Ray, Elsternwick are lucky to be alive in season 2012. A hard fought 12-point victory against St Francis Xavier on Saturday made sure of that. For a second consecutive week inaccurate kicking cost the Wickers dearly, as what should have been a comfortable victory turned into a game that was in the balance to the very end. The Wicks opened up a five goal lead midway through the second quarter. But St Francis fought back strongly to narrow that lead to 12 points at half time. Elsternwick then dominated for most of the second half and got the result they so desired. A little known fact about the Warren family is that Ray has a brother, who also has a passion for calling. When Reg was told that he sounded exactly like Ray, he would say “Turn it up, I do not”. I said something similar when I heard of this result. Uni High turned around a disappointing showing last week with a three-goal victory over Richmond Centrals. The Snakes started 20

the game well, kicking away to a three-goal lead. However the advantage was short lived and Uni struck back with five, including one after the halftime siren. The second half was a tight tussle, the lead changing numerous times, before Uni consolidated the win. Ray “Rabbits” Warren was supposedly so amazed by the ability of race-caller Ken Howard to paint such a perfect picture of a racetrack, that he used to roll marbles down wooden slopes and call them as horses. Apparently large crowds would gather to watch him calling his marbles. Probably not as large a crowd that gathered to see Kew continue their strong form out at Rathmines Reserve. In a dominant display, they managed 44 scoring shots to 12, which resulted in a 107 point win. Apparently it was as easy as the Twitter excuse some athletes are offering up these days. It was another poor display for the Warriors. They really struggled to cope with Ivanhoe’s three tall forwards - Close, Roberts and Richardson. Brett “The Reason” Richardson was BOG, Eddie Paynter was excellent applying pressure up forward and Bill Jackson was superb on the wing. Moose is now just four goals short of the ton so look out this week. Fortunately for Old Westbourne relegation will be avoided but it won’t stop a post season review from the AOC and John Coates about the lack of medal winning performances this year. TODAY SELECTIONS IN BOLD UHS-VU v Aquinas Power House v Old Westbourne Kew v Ivanhoe Hawthorn v Richmond Central Albert Park v Elsternwick Yarra Valley v St Francis Xavier

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Aquinas consolidated a top four position against a hapless Power House. With only three games to play in the regular season, the House are still sitting on only two points. With big power forwards Williams and Prince kicking 15 between them, the Bloods were never going to lose this game. Albert Park versus Yarra Valley was similar to watching the great Micahel Phelps go stroke for stroke against Eric the Eel, a non-event really. Yarra Valley amassed an amazing 34 goals, with

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LAST ROUND

Aquinas 4.5 12.12 16.12 23.18 (156) Power House 3.1 4.1 10.3 11.5 (71) GOALS Aquinas: S. Williams 8 J. Price 7 L. Fringuelli 1 M. Jess 1 P. Jurkovsky 1 C. Cormack 1 N. Morrison-Storey 1 D. D’Angelo 1 R. Foster 1 M. Niezen 1 Power House: L. Johnston 3 E. Edwards 3 G. Tubridy 1 L. Stubbs 1 S. Davidson 1 S. Leonard 1 C. Plazzer 1 BEST Aquinas: S. Williams J. Price N. Gemes N. Morrison-Storey M. Jess J. Perrett Power House: L. Johnston E. Edwards L. Stubbs P. O’Grady A. Collett R. Hobson UHS-VU 0.3 5.6 7.10 11.14 (80) Richmond Central 3.1 4.3 7.6 9.8 (62) GOALS UHS-VU: R. Kirk 5 D. Musil 1 N. Rowland 1 E. Pearson 1 J. McDonald 1 T. O’Halloran 1 E. Clarke 1 Richmond Central: J. Blanckensee 3 B. Ryan 2 T. Woodberry 1 A. Fiske 1 D. Sutherland 1 D. Firman 1 BEST UHS-VU: R. Matthews N. Rowland R. Kirk E. Clarke T. O’Halloran S. Thomas Richmond Central: L. Walsh R. Schwedes D. Nicholson J. Blanckensee A. Fiske J. Sharp Ivanhoe 6.9 13.15 18.20 25.24 (174) Old Westbourne 1.0 1.0 3.1 4.3 (27) GOALS Ivanhoe: A. Close 7 L. Roberts 6 A. Koutsoukis 3 M. Pilla 3 B. Jackson 2 R. Cotter 1 C. Kingsford 1 B. Richardson 1 E. Paynter 1 Old Westbourne: M. Walson 1 M. Chodowski 1 M. Bresnan 1 A. Rompel 1 BEST Ivanhoe: B. Richardson P. Harris R. Cotter L. Roberts M. Pilla C. Kingsford Old Westbourne: M. Walson J. Mason J. Lawn S. Kidd S. Ryan S. Orr Kew 5.11 11.18 17.21 21.23 (149) Hawthorn 0.2 1.3 3.3 6.6 (42) GOALS Kew: J. Fidanza 4 M. Matheson 3 C. Leslie 2 D. Spencer 2 A. Brazzale 2 T. Hunter 2 M. Henderson 2 M. Chrane 2 W. Delbridge 1 G. Filsell 1 Hawthorn: D. Lauletta 3 D. Quamil 2 T. Maher 1 BEST Kew: T. Leeds M. Henderson P. Brough C. Watts J. Fidanza L. Woolrich Hawthorn: P. Avery P. Nunan D. Pritchard D. Tremewen K. Davies N. Raiti Elsternwick 3.4 8.7 11.14 12.19 (91) St Francis Xavier 3.5 6.7 10.7 12.7 (79) GOALS Elsternwick: A. Thornton 3 J. Hunter 3 L. Bedingfield 2 B. Mahony 1 D. Bedingfield 1 C. Mahony 1 J. Newton 1 St Francis Xavier: T. Farrell 4 L. Day 2 C. Van Dam 2 D. Dimakopoulos 1 A. Klaric 1 T. Shepherdson 1 P. Bonadio 1 BEST Elsternwick: L. Bedingfield G. Cameron W. Hamilton D. Richardson A. Patey J. Newton St Francis Xavier: S. Burns J. Lenders J. Day D. Dimakopoulos C. Van Dam L. Day Yarra Valley 10.3 16.5 25.7 34.16 (220) Albert Park 1.6 4.6 4.9 5.11 (41) GOALS Yarra Valley: R. Yeo 6 S. Donald 5 C. Hodgens 5 S. Savage 5 S. Yeo 3 R. Little 3 G. Coutts 2 J. O’Callaghan 2 N. Pollard 1 B. Trend 1 R. Pollard 1 Albert Park: L. Kerry 2 M. Smith 1 D. Muscat 1 M. Tojnar 1 BEST Yarra Valley: R. Pollard S. Donald B. Trend J. Trend J. Amos D. Vanderzeil Albert Park: not provided

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five players kicking five goals or more; it was a very well rounded team performance. The Bushies are looking more unstoppable than ever. This week: Uni High to thrive in their reunion with Aquinas, Yarra Valley will win in a bright flash, Elsternwick will steamroll Albert Park, Richmond will be to splendid for the Hawks, will the House get a win over Old Westbourne? Probably not, finally Ivanhoe will create another wave over Kew.

DIVISION THREE RESERVE Aquinas 7.1 11.7 17.11 22.15 (147) Power House 0.1 0.2 2.4 2.5 (17) GOALS Aquinas: D. Hill 7 S. O’Loughlin 3 J. Megens 3 J. Kogelman 2 T. Rosevear 2 N. Spencer 2 R. Greig 1 H. Tyssen 1 T. Manley 1 Power House: J. Plazzer 1 R. Marshall 1 BEST Aquinas: J. Valentine N. Gordon P. Jess S. O’Loughlin D. Hill T. Manley Power House: B. Rose P. Arnold R. Floyd S. Devine N. Todd D. Eastey UHS-VU 5.4 6.5 9.8 13.14 (92) Richmond Central 1.1 1.3 3.7 5.7 (37) GOALS UHS-VU: M. Sweeney 6 S. Turner 2 S. Payne 1 L. Habel 1 T. Woodlk 1 P. Russo 1 C. Marchio 1 Richmond Central: C. Cain 1 R. Dean 1 S. Gilchrist 1 B. Wright 1 A. Pruscino 1 BEST UHS-VU: L. Habel S. Turner M. Sweeney S. Payne A. Hellner S. McSweeney Richmond Central: N. Ramsey S. Copland R. Dean R. Hickey A. Pruscino J. Miragaya Ivanhoe 4.7 10.12 15.19 22.24 (156) Old Westbourne 0.0 2.0 2.0 2.0 (12) GOALS Ivanhoe: M. Brazzale 5 J. Holland 5 C. Traeger 4 J. Harty 3 L. Vaughan 1 J. Scoble 1 A. Horton 1 A. Oliver 1 M. Skelly 1 Old Westbourne: D. Stanley 1 D. Hudson 1 BEST Ivanhoe: C. Traeger J. Chazan J. Harty M. Bradtke D. Adams J. Benson Old Westbourne: K. Subramanyam S. Casley Y. Le D. Stanley T. Tyrell J. Dineen Kew 8.4 10.7 16.12 21.14 (140) Hawthorn 0.1 4.2 6.2 8.3 (51) GOALS Kew: N. Zaher 5 J. O’Keefe 3 H. Sands 3 M. Bailey 2 J. Cade 1 A. Smith 1 B. Spitzer 1 L. Orr 1 G. Evans 1 T. Bagnall 1 P. Rees 1 B. McGrane 1 Hawthorn: S. Gunn 2 C. Simpson 2 A. Leaford 1 K. Allen 1 C. Pike 1 L. Nunn 1 BEST Kew: N. Tinetti K. Allen P. Rees G. Evans A. Youssef M. Jeffery Hawthorn: V. Bist S. Gunn C. Simpson C. Pike J. Downie A. McPhie St Francis Xavier 2.3 6.7 14.7 20.11 (131) Elsternwick 2.5 7.5 8.8 8.8 (56) GOALS St Francis Xavier: D. Healey 6 M. Wynne 5 M. Hamill 3 C. Seuren 2 S. Greely 1 D. Butcher 1 D. Kinder 1 L. Hall 1 Elsternwick: A. Foster 6 J. Biviano 1 E. O’carrol 1 BEST St Francis Xavier: G. Bramich C. Power D. Johnstone W. Delaland B. Sheers M. Wynne Elsternwick: M. Spence J. Biviano W. Christian S. Convery A. Foster J. Gates Yarra Valley 3.7 8.15 11.23 15.28 (118) Albert Park 1.1 1.1 1.3 6.7 (43) GOALS Yarra Valley: B. Seeger 5 D. Blewonski 2 M. Laing 2 N. Paton 2 K. Moody 1 J. Hall 1 N. Hughes 1 L. Grimwade 1 Albert Park: J. Seven 2 J. Sutton 2 R. Sloan 1 B. Little 1 BEST Yarra Valley: D. Blewonski T. Rolland J. Cordwell W. Harding N. Pask J. Hall Albert Park: A. Mercuri W. Ransom M. Cumbers R. Sloan P. McGuire B. Little

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DIVISION 4

Josh Gabelich

SWINBURNE ARE COMING Just weeks after claiming that South Mornington has all but sown up the premiership, there appear to be some chinks in their armour. Only two rounds ago the Eley Park Sharks defeated the seemingly unbeatable Tigers. On the weekend, whilst they weren’t on the end of another loss, the yellow and black snuck home by the smallest of margins. What’s going on down the Peninsula? Whilst South Mornington are napping, their greatest threat, Swinburne Uni, have lifted a gear. Almost as if they can sense that an opportunity to gain a mental ascendency on their rivals is present. Other finals bound sides Eley Park and Point Cook both enjoyed routine victories on the weekend; a positive sign of things to come in the remaining home and away games of the season. One thing is for sure down at Chadstone, the pain of loss is becoming more and more bearable as the Synners draw closer to the end of the season. I’m sure the red and blue will be looking forward to hanging up the boots for the warmer months and setting their sights on a big pre season and a more fruitful 2013. It has to be said though that their last month has been an improvement since the beginning of the year. If North Brunswick hadn’t been so wasteful in front of the sticks they could have walked away with one of the biggest upsets of the season. The Bulls hosted South Mornington on the weekend and kicked themselves out of the game before going down by a solitary point. The Tigers were once again without the injured Jesse Albrecht and they missed the deadeye dick greatly. In astonishing scenes at Allard Park, the Bulls booted 6.6 to no score in the final stanza to pull up agonisingly short against the competition’s trailblazers. The looks on the faces of the North Brunswick players post game summed up the day, pure devastation. Pat Notaro was best afield 22

with six goals, whilst Tom Mitchell battled hard for the victors. Are the wheels falling off the Tigers juggernaut? At Jordan Reserve, Eley Park had the game won by the first break. The Sharks nailed eight goals to three in the opening quarter to blow the Synners out of the water early. After quartertime the Sharks were purely business like in their disposal of the competitions cellar dwellers. The Viola brothers put on a clinic at Chadstone’s expense with David booting six goals and Michael finding plenty of the ball across the ground. For the longsuffering Chadstone fans there wasn’t much to enjoy, although the knowledge that a long winter is coming to an end shortly should bring them some relief. In the local derby between Manningham and Box Hill North the Demons produced their most complete performance of the campaign to dispose of the Cobras by 10 goals. In a game where most pundits predicted the Cobras to hand out comfortable belting, onlookers were seeing the most consistent four quarter performance all year by the Demons. On a dirty day for the home side, Sean Leonard was one of only a few who put his hand up. For the victors it was Tim Ryan and Cam Liston who led the way. An inefficient Point Cook line up made hard work of an impressive West Brunswick. Twenty one behinds was inaccurate but at least the Bulldogs didn’t let the victory slip form their grasp. On a near perfect day down the highway, the Dogs went into the main break with a comfortable buffer, but inaccuracy made their task a little more difficult in the second half of the game. Jordan and Jessi Lampi were once again prolific TODAY SELECTIONS IN BOLD Eley Park Sharks v North Brunswick West Brunswick v South Mornington Mt Lilydale v Chadstone Box Hill North v Point Cook Manningham Cobras v Swinburne University

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ball winners for the home side, whereas Jeremy Barnard’s four goals weren’t enough to hurt the Dogs. At quarter time of the game between Swinburne Uni and Mt Lilydale no one at the ground could believe what they were witnessing. The Rams had booted seven first term goals to lead the Razorbacks at the end of the first stanza. Finally the Rams had proven that they could match it with the big four sides. Unfortunately this form didn’t last much longer as the students took control of the affair before destroying the underwhelming Rams by 65 points. The reality is the margin could have been far uglier if the Razorbacks had not of been so wasteful in front of goal. 22 goals 21 behinds is hardly an ideal ratio but it does highlight Swinburne Uni’s

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Eley Park Sharks 8.3 11.6 14.10 18.13 (121) Chadstone 3.2 5.4 6.6 7.10 (52) GOALS Eley Park Sharks: D. Viola 6 T. Houlden 3 S. Barry 2 M. Viola 2 J. Edlich 1 A. Renshaw 1 D. McCabe 1 M. Saunders 1 A. Peack 1 Chadstone: N. Boothman 3 D. BarryMacaulay 1 D. Hoggett 1 D. Field 1 K. Biggs 1 BEST Eley Park Sharks: M. Viola D. Bennett D. Viola M. Corstorphin M. Saunders T. Miller Chadstone: K. Biggs F. George N. Boothman D. Barry-Macaulay G. Sceney l. Mayer Point Cook 4.6 7.14 9.17 14.21 (105) West Brunswick 3.2 5.5 9.7 13.11 (89) GOALS Point Cook: B. Lucas 3 M. Pozzuto 3 P. Auciello 2 P. Donoghue 2 A. Maclean 1 J. Wallert 1 J. Lampi 1 G. Noye 1 West Brunswick: J. Barnard 4 M. Holmes 3 D. Garner 1 J. Forbes 1 B. Irving 1 P. Hamilton 1 B. Shepherd 1 L. Martin 1 BEST Point Cook: R. Munn J. Lampi J. Lampi M. Zammit P. Auciello P. Hegarty West Brunswick: J. Beer T. Henderson L. Martin M. Holmes J. Barnard B. Irving Swinburne University 5.3 11.11 14.16 22.21 (153) Mt Lilydale 7.2 8.4 12.8 13.10 (88) GOALS Swinburne University: C. Kilmartin 6 J. Manning 4 B. Higgins 4 M. Westland 3 R. Lugg 2 J. Bradley 1 M. Saunders 1 L. Dalton 1 Mt Lilydale: A. Thorne 4 L. Evans 3 T. Wall 2 M. Hampton 2 N. Hartrup 1 B. Byrne 1 BEST Swinburne University: B. Higgins J. Manning D. McKail C. Kilmartin L. Dalton M. Leahy Mt Lilydale: A. Thorne M. Taylor D. Hughes T. Wall S. Molloy N. Hartrup Box Hill North 4.5 9.6 12.10 18.14 (122) Manningham Cobras 3.1 3.3 4.5 9.9 (63) GOALS Box Hill North: L. Desmond 4 D. Penny 3 M. Causer 2 A. Beaumont 2 C. Langley 2 C. Riscalla 1 J. Irish 1 E. Doney 1 B. Pearce 1 A. Odza 1 Manningham Cobras: S. Leonard 2 S. Fisher 2 F. Dimattina 1 S. Marshall 1 C. Arman 1 T. Moughanie 1 D. Trinchi 1 BEST Box Hill North: T. Ryan C. Liston E. Charles A. Beaumont M. Causer L. Desmond Manningham Cobras: S. Leonard D. Trinchi F. Dimattina D. Mortlk D. Gibson South Mornington 4.4 8.5 15.8 15.8 (98) North Brunswick 1.2 4.7 8.7 14.13 (97) GOALS South Mornington: K. Gascoigne 3 K. Woodruff 3 M. Clark 2 B. Williams 2 M. Heib 2 B. Price 1 L. Fitzsimmons 1 S. Cunningham 1 North Brunswick: P. Notaro 6 T. Leary 2 H. Wilson 1 B. Pryor 1 J. Dimarco 1 J. McDonell 1 S. Gallagher 1 N. Box 1 BEST South Mornington: T. Mitchell L. Hkey B. Price S. Smith J. Dade-Bell K. Woodruff North Brunswick: P. Notaro U. Pech R. Santacre S. Gallagher K. Ismail

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dominance on the day. It appears at this stage with South Mornington’s shaky form that the Razorbacks may be taking the strongest form into September. This week Eley Park will beat North Brunswick, although nothing is certain for the Tigers at present, South Mornington should be able to handle West Brunswick. Mt Lilydale will defeat Chadstone and Box Hill North will scare Point Cook but not be able to hold on. Swinburne Uni will continue to march towards September with a win over Manningham.

DIVISION FOUR RESERVE West Brunswick 0.3 4.4 7.8 12.8 (80) Point Cook 1.3 2.5 2.9 4.9 (33) GOALS West Brunswick: J. Ong 3 D. Sisic 3 J. Boyd 2 T. Costa 1 S. O’Neill 1 C. Germon 1 J. Hopkins 1 Point Cook: B. Hunter 3 J. Pozzuto 1 BEST West Brunswick: C. Germon A. McKenzie A. Governi J. Ong P. Walpole J. Boyd Point Cook: G. Russell C. Barry B. Ward B. Hunter S. Sinclair A. Auciello Swinburne University 7.3 12.6 18.11 23.13 (151) Mt Lilydale 1.2 3.3 3.3 4.3 (27) GOALS Swinburne University: D. Green 6 T. Kennedy 5 J. Carroll 3 D. Elliman 3 M. Dunn 2 J. Loring 2 T. Bugler 1 D. Dore 1 Mt Lilydale: T. McIntyre 1 A. Violi 1 K. Bast 1 S. Roberts 1 BEST Swinburne University: D. Dore S. McGrath J. Coy T. Kennedy S. Pasca D. Green Mt Lilydale: A. Zinghini R. Rantall C. Ward N. Bast M. Hollingsworth A. Violi Box Hill North 3.3 5.8 7.10 9.16 (70) Manningham Cobras 3.1 3.1 7.1 9.1 (55) GOALS Box Hill North: L. Penhalluriack 4 N. Cox 2 A. Vincitorio 1 M. Koopmans 1 G. Cavallo 1 Manningham Cobras: T. Fradkin 2 D. Taylor 2 A. McDill 2 A. Eustace 1 K. Ng 1 M. Muller 1 BEST Box Hill North: G. Robinson A. Rodrigues N. Crossan N. Cox S. Howe U. Khan Manningham Cobras: J. Trinchi T. Fradkin A. McDill A. Oscini M. Rose C. Jolly South Mornington 2.4 4.7 7.12 13.17 (95) North Brunswick 2.3 2.4 3.5 3.5 (23) GOALS South Mornington: S. Walker 5 K. Debernardi 2 C. Muczynski 2 D. Woodruff 1 J. Dowsett 1 B. Rolls 1 S. Duffield 1 North Brunswick: D. Lo Presti 2 J. Boudoloh 1 BEST South Mornington: R. Tursi T. Noonan J. Dickson S. Walker C. Cowan K. Debernardi North Brunswick: G. Hampshire G. Selaidinakos B. Dancer L. Spano T. Geary M. Rosser Eley Park Sharks 3.6 9.9 15.14 23.18 (156) Chadstone 0.1 2.1 2.1 2.3 (15) GOALS Eley Park Sharks: A. Farrugia 10 S. Kertes 5 B. Sahlstrom 3 E. Handford 2 k. O’Brien 1 T. Scholtes 1 J. Brown 1 Chadstone: S. Robley 1 G. Southern 1 BEST Eley Park Sharks: B. Sahlstrom k. O’Brien A. Farrugia A. Wreford A. Curphey S. Kertes Chadstone: C. Kimitsis J. Britten G. Caffieri K. Rimmer M. Cole B. Farley

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NEXT WEEK’S GAMES PREMIER Old Carey v Old Scotch Old Trinity v University Blues Old Xaverians v Caulfield Gramm St Bedes / Mentone Tigers v De La Salle St Bernards v Collegians

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

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

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DIVISION ONE MHSOB v Ormond North Old Boys/St Pats v St Johns Peninsula v Old Mentonians Whitefriars v Old Geelong Williamstown CYMS v Glen Eira DIVISION TWO Emmaus St Leos v St Mary’s Salesian La Trobe University v Prahran Assumption Old Paradians v Bulleen Templestowe South Melb Districts v Monash Gryphons Therry Penola v Eltham Collegians

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

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

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UNDER 19 Premier Beaumaris v Fitzroy 14:00 Old Scotch v Old Melburnians 14:00 Old Xaverians v University Blues 14:00 St Bernards v De La Salle 14:00 University Blacks v St Bedes / Mentone Tigers 14:00 UNDER 19 Section 2 Caulfield Grammarians v Old Trinity Old Brighton v Werribee Districts Old Haileybury v Old Carey St Kevins v Marcellin

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

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UNDER 19 South Beaumaris v St Bedes / Mentone Tigers 11:40 Monash Blues v De La Salle 14:00 Parkdale Vultures v Hampton Rovers 9:20 St Mary’s Salesian v Peninsula 14:00 UNDER 19 North Ivanhoe v Williamstown CYMS La Trobe University v Old Geelong MHSOB v Therry Penola

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UNDER 18 Oakleigh v Rupertswood 9:20 St Bernards v UHS-VU / Flemington 9:20 St Mary’s Salesian v Williamstown CYMS 11:40 Werribee Districts Bye PREMIER THIRDS Old Trinity v University Blues Old Scotch v Old Carey Caulfield Grammarians v Old Xaverians Collegians v St Bernards De La Salle Bye PREMIER B THIRDS University Blacks v Old Brighton Northern Blues v Old Melburnians Old Xaverians v Bye St Kevins Bye PREMIER C THIRDS Mazenod v Banyule Marcellin v Fitzroy St Kevins v Old Camberwell CLUB XVIII (2) Loser of Semi 2 v Winner of Semi 1

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This week: Old Trinity’s Andrew Kyriacopoulos (pictured right) will be a key player for Old Trinity as they take on Old Scotch at Camberwell Sports Ground today. Last time the sides met it Kyriacopoulos was named in the best but it was Old Scotch who triumphed by five goals.

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

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

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

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Jack Parsons Ed Malone (RC) Andrew Howison Andrew Stone Julian Hampton Norbert Williams Sam Doupe-Watt Drew Maddock Jayden Head James Slatyer James Patterson Billy Riddle Cameron Bonnar Nicholas Brown Calvin Lyon Charlie Simmons Nick Bobeff Sam Cutts Anthony James Ed Cordner Kim Findlay Bernie Morris Ned Withers Huw Forbes Justin Clark Hugh McKenzie

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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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Alistar Reed Nick Richardson Tim Rule Simon Bramwell Liam Cooney Nic Newhouse Corey Rice Blake Fordham Simon Davidson Sam Pentney Lochlan Hall Henry McqueenMiscamble Tim Angus Lewis Fotheringham Tim Smith James Mcwhinney Robert O’hern Will Cushen William Guiney Tom Gulliver Nic Bayly Geoff Trumble David Bowley Marcus Ramsay Charlie Fitzpatrick Tim Wilkins Sam Landgren Zac Lisle Campbell Wallace Callum O’brien Nick Pryor Kyle Parker Simon Lenders Andrew Bird Rhett Mitchelhill

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ST BERNARDS

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

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

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 Aaron Shields Daniel Close Aaron Kneebone Sebastian Gotch John Griffiths Lachlan Bull James Crowe Sam Haslem Leigh Harrison Joel Phillips Daniel Griffin Jack Vickers Ben Pratt Luke Semmel Justin Baxter James Hansen Sam Brooks Lachlan O’connell Ben Oakley Edward Clinch Brendan Close Harry Haley Luke Williams Tim Kovess

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Hamish Watts Sean Bergin James Stapleton Dean Bergin Steve Cannatalli James Molony Caleb Forder Xavier Cox Jake King Andrew Grosso Daniel Riley Jesse Manunzio Ben Peart Jack Wheeler Liam Cookson Paul Rahill Andrew Sicari Matthew Borzillo Matthew Sweeney Daniel Lamana Matthew Trim Grant Breheney Rob Pascolo Chris Godfrey Nick Hughes James Devery Gerry Christie James Flannery Tom Isaacs Matthew Marion Aaron Neal Liam Neal Joe Pignataro Luke Baird Aaron Helenius Owen McIntyre Clarke Mitchell Daniel Janides Peter Villani Mark Salvadori Ben Hogan Matt Gurrissi Michael Smith

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

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

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

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

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

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OLD TRINITY

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

Coach: Adam Andrews Assistant: Gerard Sholly/Leigh McQuillen

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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WERRIBEE DISTRICTS

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

Coach: Kirk Norton Reserves: Shane Doyle

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

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

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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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UNIVERSITY BLACKS

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

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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

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

OLD HAILEYBURY

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

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

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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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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OLD IVANHOE

OLD MELBURNIANS

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

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

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

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

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ST KEVINS

OAKLEIGH

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

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

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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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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RUPERTSWOOD

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

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

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

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PREMIER C HAMPTON ROVERS

PEGS FC

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

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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

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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PARKDALE VULTURES

Coach: Steve Macpherson

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

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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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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MONASH BLUES

MAZENOD

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

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

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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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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OLD CAMBERWELL

FITZROY

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

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

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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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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CLUB WAREHOUSE RISING STAR 2012 SHAUN GLENNON - ST BEDES/MENTONE TIGERS On the back of 7 goals against St Bernards on the weekend and 9 goals against Uni blues earlier in the season, Shaun Glennen of St Bedes/Mentone Tigers is this week’s Club Warehouse Rising Star. A product of the Tigers’ junior program, Shaun joined the Club at U13s while a student at St Bedes College. Shaun broke into the school 1st XVIII as a Year 10 and was a consistent member of junior league representative teams. In 2010 while captaining the Tigers U17 team, Shaun also played VAFA U19s, commenced with Sandringham Dragons and made his VAFA Senior debut before suffering a significant leg injury. Shaun worked hard in recovery and, balancing Year 12 commitments, resumed with both St Bedes/Mentone Tigers and Sandringham Dragons in 2011. His 4 goals in last year’s Preliminary Final just one of many football highlights. Shaun’s speed and skill around the goals are well known to Tigers’ supporters and were recognised by VAFA selectors with his inclusion in this year’s U19 representative team. At just 18 years of age, Shaun has a wonderful football future ahead of him. A great bloke to have around the Club, all at St Bedes/Mentone Tigers and the VAFA congratulate Shaun on his nomination.

* 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 ELASTOPLAST TRAINER OF THE WEEK TREVOR MILBURN - OLD IVANHOE Trevor Milburn is currently in his second season as senior trainer at Old Ivanhoe Grammarians Football club. Trevor bought significant experience to the club, with over 30 years in football from associations with Parkside and Pascoe Vale clubs. In his early days Trevor was a player, coach, and football manager. ‘Trev’ as he is affectionately known, is an operating room orderly at John Fawkner hospital and has numerous certificates and health care qualifications. On a Saturday wherever the game, Trevor arrives early, is dressed to perfection, and is a fantastic support to the players before, during and after the game. Trev’s advice from significant life experience is another attribute he brings to players, making friendly banter a useful distraction from nervous tension before a game or to help move on after a tough day. THE AMATEUR FOOTBALLER 2012

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Geoff Reilley

12 MONTHS AGO – 2011 Old Xaverians put a dent in Collegians’ hold on the top position in Premier A Section with a 14.13 to 8.12 victory. Collegians never looked like getting into the game and the Xavs were beginning to exercise their September muscle a little early. Best – Colbert, Darvall, Wynne, Rogerson, Handley (5), Biddlecombe (OX) and Hylton, Hall, Strachan, Tardif, Inglis, Harvey (Collegians). It was a typically hard fought, close contest between Caulfield Grammarians and Beaumaris at Beaumaris and in the first quarter, Beauy swarmed all over the Fields with 7 goals to 2. Caulfield showed why they were a top of the ladder team by fighting back strongly by half time and in a close second half tussle, the Fields held on to win by 4 points. Best – Slonim, Wood, Docker, Lewis, Hammond, Scheetz (Caulfield) and Buckley, Duggan, Murton, Petering, Carroll (Beaumaris). Andrew Panayi of Werribee Districts was the Club Warehouse Rising Star and had played a big part in Werribee’s senior side over the past two seasons including the 2010 premiership. Andrew was selected in the VAFA’s U19 representative squad that played the VCFL in Shepparton. 5 YEARS AGO – 2007 Two key games commenced in C Section with Mazenod versus Whitefriars and Ormond against Old Carey determining who took fourth place in the section in the lead up to the finals. Mazenod did their bit by comfortably defeating Whitefriars 9.15 to 7.8 and held their spot in the four. Best – Oldman, Iacovangelo, Bonner, Meehan, Kelly, Parry (Mazenod) and Pawlik, Kennedy, Swain, Northey, Janson J Power (Whitefriars). By defeating Old Carey, Ormond would remain a game behind Mazenod. Prahran put paid to Old Geelong’s chances of finals when they were too good for the OGS 18.7 44

to 15.10. Prahran had led all day and every time OGS made up some ground, the two blues would draw away again. Best – Bevan, James, Falcone, H Pitts, Greenham (6), Nobbs (Prahran) and Lockett, Paton, T Bayles (4), O’Brien, Malpas, McInnes (OGS). Matthew Austin played his 250th game, the seventh player to achieve this feat at Old Mentonians. Matthew was an outstanding contributor to his club overall and was a long standing member of the committee and had received the honour of Life Membership in 2004. 10 YEARS AGO – 2002 La Trobe University delighted their coach Brian Grills when they notched their 5th consecutive win and continued their late march toward finals. It was a heart stopper at Fitzroy Reds’ expense in D2 Section. Final score 12.8 to 11.12 and best were – Perry, White, Edwards, Sheldrick, Gleeson. McMeekin (LaTrobe) and Clarke, Timm, Camilleri, J Parsons, Quinn, Drury (Fitzroy). South Melbourne Districts defeated West Brunswick 10.8 to 9.11 in D3 Section in a match that seesawed constantly. Best – McQualter, McKerrow, Moojen, W Brown, Washington, Doyle (SMDS) and S Benjamin, Bagnall, Gartlan, Cannane, Heppell, Pietsch (West Brunswick). Albert Park defeated Werribee in D4 Section after an entertaining contest where Albert Park started slowly but finished strongly. Best – Fleming, Borley, Storey, McLellan, Allen, Hyams (Albert Park) and Lovell (5), Keogh, Mahoney, Tedesco, Johns (Werribee). 20 YEARS AGO – 1992 In C Section, MHSOB gave themselves a real chance to enter the top four when they faced up to top team Kew. Kew jumped out of the blocks brilliantly with 5 goals to 1 in the first quarter. MHSOB responded in the second quarter but Kew held a couple of goals advantage at the main break. In the third term Kew were wasteful with 3.5 but went into the last with a 3 goal buffer. It was an exhilarating last quarter as the two teams traded goals but MHSOB went to the front with a determined effort. Just when THE AMATEUR FOOTBALLER 2012


the High School boys looked home, Kew, as top teams do, surged to take out the contest by 2 points, 13.14 to 12.18. Best – Knight, R Newton, Comer (4), J Newton, Andueza, Guinea (MHSOB) and S Bruno, McMahon, Casauria, Neuwirth, White, Cullen (Kew). In an important game in D Section between Old Ivanhoe and Old Camberwell as far as the relegation stakes was concerned it was Old Ivanhoe who won 9.12 to 6.9 to elevate themselves into a position where they would be safe to stay in the grade. Old Camberwell would have to be on their guard in the coming weeks to avoid going to E Section. Best – Alexander, Veal , Naim, Jenson, Karrayannis, Stewart (Old Ivanhoe) and Wilson, Gibbs, Jackson, A Mackenzie, Lodge, Polkinghorne (Old Camberwell). Tim Arnold played his 300th game for St Kevins and along the way had served on the committee and been awarded Best Clubman. Tim also held the record for attending the most ‘end of season’ trips! 30 YEARS AGO – 1982 In C Section, West Brunswick defeated Old Haileyburians 14.15 to 12.10 and in doing so left the Haileybury boys equal third last and with some work to do to avoid relegation in the coming weeks. Haileyburians fought back after half time but could not bridge the gap. Best – Brockwell, Cecchi, Fyffe, Ivey, Smith, Walsh (WB) and Robertson (8), Gerney, Schmidt, Corrigan, Ridoutt, Youngs (OH). State Bank kept their D Section finals’ aspirations alive with a big win over bottom placed Heatherton, 29.25 to 10.11. Best – Baudinnette, Guy, Jenkinson (6), Jenkins (7), Halsall, Eacott (State Bank) and Dartnell, Jones, Coffee, Loveland, Wainright, Smith (Heatherton). Commonwealth Bank saluted Basil Cleary on receiving the VAFA’s Merit Award following his years of service in an honorary capacity for his club. Basil first joined the club in 1959 and had performed various duties around the Club including terms as Vice President, Secretary, Assistant Secretary and Social Secretary. Basil was exceptionally well liked and admired by all club THE AMATEUR FOOTBALLER 2012

members for his unobtrusive style. (Remarkably Basil is still serving his Club – Prahran Assumption following numerous amalgamations and mergers between clubs – a true amateur gentleman – GR). 40 YEARS AGO – 1972 Ormond virtually locked in a second semi final appearance when they drew with Old Paradians 12.10 each in A Section. Paradians would struggle to get the double chance from this point on. Ormond had to come from behind at three quarter time. Best – R Curtis, Wood (3), Russ, Foulsham, Kozlowski (5), Pearce (Ormond) and Johnson, J Tudor, Danavi, Tomkins, Kendall, Grindlay (Paradians). Old Scotch (2nd) defeated Geelong (4th) 12.8 to 10.16 in B Section. Geelong were great in the final term but could not make up the 6 goal variance from the final break. Best – Steele (3), Kefford, Campbell, Purnell, R Beaurepaire, Morgan (Old Scotch) and A Trevaskis, R Foster, Fluker, B Smith, A Foster, Wookey (Geelong). 45 YEARS AGO – 1967 The B Section four was already settled – Ormond, UHS Old Boys, Uni Blues, NM CBCOB but all were in the fight for the top two spots. B Section captains were Tony Borrack (Com Bank), Bernie Blight (Ormond), Jack Egan (StK CBC), Graeme Jobling (Uni Blues), Ken Middleton (Geelong), Rod Payne (Old Melburnians), Col Kinnear (UHS Old Boys), Ray Hewet (Footscray Tech Old Boy), T Heffernan (De La Salle) and Bob Spurling (North Old Boys). 60 YEARS AGO - 1952 Battling it out for top place in D Section and the right of challenge were Caulfield Grammarians and St Kevins Old Boys, both on 15 wins and only 1 defeat. Geoff Frost played his 100th game for Power House. 45


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PLAYER

LR

TOTAL

Banyule Rupertswood Camberwell Parkdale Vultures Mazenod

1 1 4 2 6

59 49 46 42 41

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

Old Camberwell Marcellin Mazenod Mazenod Marcellin

12 1 0 1 0

46 42 36 22 22

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

Marcellin Fitzroy Mazenod Old Camberwell St Kevins

4 0 6 0 0

43 42 36 32 29

2012 Division 1 Shaun Payze Callum Wood Josh Vanderloo Todd Patterson

Peninsula Old Geelong Williamstown CYMS NOBs/St Pats

3 1 4 0

52 45 39 34

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

Peninsula Old Geelong Old Mentonians Peninsula Ormond MHSOB

4 1 0 6 2 0

43 37 36 33 21 21

LR

TOTAL

St Bedes/Mentone Tigers

3 11 2 3 2

53 48 41 36 34

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

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

Old Xaverians Collegians De La Salle Old Xaverians Collegians

8 0 0 2 2

30 26 23 22 20

2012 Premier Thirds Sam Morwood Brett Scott Andrew Walsh Patrick Timms Michael Hennessy

De La Salle Caulfield Gramm University Blues Collegians Old Xaverians

4 0 3 9 2

29 25 24 22 20

2012 Premier B Henry Parkes David Fayman Lachlan Bennett Scott Gower Jandre Slabbert

St Kevins AJAX Old Melburnians Beaumaris University Blacks

6 4 3 0 10

48 40 37 37 35

2012 Premier B Reserve Brendan Blatt Timothy Pritchard Sebastian Kemmerer James Bismire

Old Brighton Beaumaris Old Melburnians University Blacks

5 3 0 0

31 30 29 25

2012 Premier B Thirds Lachlan McRedmond Thomas Crookes Cameron Tunbridge Daniel Anthony James Sest

Northern Blues St Kevins Old Melburnians Old Brighton Old Brighton

4 0 8 0 1

31 26 23 22 19

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

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Old Trinity Old Carey De La Salle Old Xaverians

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CLUB

LR

TOTAL

PLAYER

CLUB

LR

TOTAL

2012 Division 2 Sabastian Ciavola Adam Sleight Matthew Costello Stuart Patten Jack McMeel

Eltham Collegians Prahran Assump Therry Penola La Trobe University La Trobe University

7 6 0 4 1

62 61 41 39 37

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

Old Haileybury Old Brighton St Kevins Werribee Districts Marcellin

6 6 1 7 3

56 50 37 32 30

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

Prahran Assump La Trobe University Monash Gryphons Prahran Assump Bulleen Temp

6 0 0 0 3

31 24 23 23 22

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

Collegians Northern Blues Mazenod Old Xaverians Old Camberwell

0 0 0 0 4

52 38 36 33 31

2012 Division 3 Ashleigh Close Aaron Thornton Andrew Brazzale Rhys Kirk Troy Farrell

Ivanhoe Elsternwick Kew UHS-VU St Francis Xavier

7 3 2 5 4

96 61 57 49 48

2012 U19 North Jai Swainger Karey Taylor Darrell Blake Thomas Williams

Ivanhoe Old Geelong Therry Penola La Trobe University

0 2 4 0

55 50 38 30

St Bedes/Mentone Tigers

2012 Division 3 Reserve Benjamin Seeger Mitchell Sweeney Marc Brazzale Christian Traeger James Sutton 2012 Division 4 Jesse Albrecht Scott McPherson Daniel Penny Patrick Notaro David Viola 2012 Division 4 Reserve Thomas Kennedy Adam Farrugia Drew Crawford Rhys McConville-Brain Neil Burton 2012 Under 19 Premier Charlie Haley Steven Berengo David Wall Robert Ralph Jack Fenner

Yarra Valley UHS-VU Ivanhoe Ivanhoe Albert Park South Mornington M’ham Cobras Box Hill North North Brunswick Eley Park Sharks Swinburne Uni Eley Park Sharks Eley Park Sharks South Mornington Point Cook De La Salle Old Xaverians St Bernards Old Xaverians St Bernards

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5 6 5 4 2 0 0 3 6 6 5 10 0 0 0 10 10 0 0 3

76 66 46 34 30

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

Monash Blues Parkdale Vultures Peninsula De La Salle

3 1 2 1 2

55 41 35 33 33

77 57 52 48 40

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

Werribee Districts Oakleigh St Bernards Rupertswood Oakleigh

2 6 3 3 2

58 46 30 24 23

63 47 45 44 30

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

0 6 0 4 0

74 56 40 40 36

58 50 42 35 34

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

Therry Penola Old Geelong Hawthorn Hawthorn Richmond Cardinals

5 12 6 0 1

90 72 44 42 25 47


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Andrew Leonard

FINALS ALMOST SET Premier The final four is virtually set but that didn’t stop St Bernards from recording a strong 45-point win over Old Melburnians. Whilst OMs are a mathematical chance of making the finals as soon as you bring ifs and buts into the equation the likelihood is that you have only four more games this year. University Blues are also a mathematical chance after recording a 10-point win over Beaumaris. Blues are two games outside the four and need results to go their way. Whilst Beauy lost they will be happy with the efforts of Alex Smout who kicked seven. Hayden Jeans better Smout’s seven with eight goals of his own to help St Bedes / Mentone Tigers to a 136 point win over Fitzroy. The Tigers had 12 goal kickers and would need to fall away dramatically to concede fourth spot. Old Xaverians piled on the goals with Steven Berengo nailing 10 in a 131 point win over Uni Blacks. De La Salle also had a player bag 10 goals as Charlie Haley returned to the side. De La’s seniors might have struggled against Old Scotch but the result was reversed in the U19s after a 134 point win. U19 Section 2 Werribee Districts had a good win at Old Haileybury by 39 points as Jaxon Cooke kicked seven for the visitors in a best on ground display. The Tonners won easily and controlled all aspects of the game. Old Carey tried hard but could not match Brighton’s strength nor Michael Tregear who kicked six goals. Another Bulleen Road derby, this time between next door neighbours Marcellin and Old Trinity. The OT’s would have pencilled in this game as a win in their late push for fourth spot but Marcellin with some vital inclusions sung the song for just the second time in 2012. The Skobbers were six goals up at halftime but nearly got run over as Caulfield hit 48

the front with two minutes to play but St.Kevins dug deep and kicked a match winning goal with only seconds to spare. The vital four points will nearly seal second spot for St Kevins with many players from both sides putting in herculean efforts. The Phantom will be back from the Olympics next week to give further insight to Under 19’s footy. U19 Section 3 The four is not set in U19 Section 3 as PEGS fell short of Collegians by just nine points. Tim Varigos kicked six goals in for the winners whilst Liam Sutawan was best for PEGS. Northern Blues hold on to top spot from Mazenod courtesy of their 44 point win over Ormond. Mazenod blitzed Old Xaverians by 68 points despite a solid six goal effort from Zac Cosgrove. Old Camberwell had Nick Adamson boot five goals to help them secure a finals birth, defeating St Bernards by 55 points at the College. U19 North Ivanhoe went to Old Geelong and came away winners by 11 goals. The Hoers were led Daniel Jones and Jake Brown whilst Jack Normand was the highest of many goalkickers with three. Williamstown CYMS might be in trouble in the seniors but at least the club could celebrate the success last Saturday of the U19s who posted a massive 91 point win over MHSOBs at Fearon Reserve. In a strange situation Williamstown are short on match practice compared to their finals opponents as they have had three of their matches forfeited this year. Let’s hope the weeks off do not disturb the CYs finals preparation. Therry Penola had a good win against La Trobe Uni by 35 points with Darrell Blake kicking four. THE AMATEUR FOOTBALLER 2012


U19 South Parkdale Vultures are one of the teams to beat in the south and Monash Blues found that out last weekend as they trailed at every break to the Vultures who won by 57 points. Hampton Rovers won their third game of the year against bottom side Beaumaris and in doing so will likely avoid the wooden spoon. The Rovers got up by 32 points with Nick Taylor kicking four. There must be a sign on the wall at Peninsula that says if you are going to win then win well. Peninsula must have transported that sign to St Bedes / Mentone Tigers as the visitors recorded a 56 point win. We would like to produce a team of the year for each sections so would encourage all coaching panels to send in your nominations from both you team and other teams you have played that you think would fit into a U19 team of the year for your section. Please send nominations to andrew@vafa.com.au UNDER 19 Premier Fitzroy v Old Scotch Old Melburnians v University Blacks Old Xaverians v Beaumaris St Bedes/Mentone Tigers v De La Salle

University Blues v St Bernards UNDER 19 Section 2 Marcellin v Caulfield Gramm Old Brighton v Old Haileybury St Kevins v Old Trinity

UNDER 19 North Old Geelong v Williamstown CYMS La Trobe University v MHSOB Therry Penola v Ivanhoe

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

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RESULTS Under 19 Premier University Blues 3.2 8.3 12.8 14.9 (93) Beaumaris 2.4 5.8 8.10 12.11 (83) GOALS University Blues: T. Ryan 3 E. McMullin 2 J. Turner 2 S. Nixon 1 T. Ostrowsky 1 T. Burn-Francis 1 S. Carr 1 P. Ferguson 1 L. Wardle 1 Beaumaris: A. Smout 7 K. McDonagh 2 L. Edmondson 1 G. Pearson 1 T. Mellick 1 BEST University Blues: J. Cowland D. O’Shea B. Watson S. Carr J. Kershaw T. Ryan Beaumaris: A. Smout L. Bourne S. Braithwaite M. Ramanathan A. Shulman N. Heaton De La Salle 4.5 12.10 18.15 25.22 (172) Old Scotch 2.0 2.1 3.2 6.2 (38) GOALS De La Salle: C. Haley 10 J. Howard 4 A. Soriano 3 L. Wood 2 O. Persson 2 M. Hamilton 1 A. Indovino 1 J. Mattiske 1 P. Johnson 1 Old Scotch: W. Carroll 1 E. Furey 1 J. Clarke 1 T. Havers 1 C. O’Beirne 1 A. Greenaway 1 BEST De La Salle: C. Haley C. Athanassiou J. Bull O. Persson J. Duhau J. Howard Old Scotch: W. Hamer C. O’Beirne C. McDonough J. Hurley C. Long T. Holding St Bernards 1.3 7.8 10.12 14.17 (101) Old Melburnians 3.2 5.4 7.6 8.8 (56) GOALS St Bernards: J. Fenner 3 J. Solomon 2 A. Johnson 2 J. Shine 2 J. Saundry 1 C. Connelly 1 L. Allison 1 J. Bennie 1 J. Gay 1 Old Melburnians: N. Churkovich 3 J. McMullin 2 H. Michelmore 1 N. McLardy 1 O. Dixon 1 BEST St Bernards: J. Fraser J. Van Meel A. Graham S. Firth K. O’Connor H. Overman Old Melburnians: S. Peack N. McLardy E. Fanning N. Churkovich T. Watson T. De Fegley St Bedes / Mentone Tigers 7.5 12.10 22.11 28.15 (183) Fitzroy 3.1 4.2 6.2 7.5 (47) GOALS St Bedes / Mentone Tigers: H. Jeans 8 M. Coen 4 B. Schubert 3 A. Whalebone 3 C. Hansen 2 M. O’Connor 2 J. O’Kearney 1 C. Kinsey 1 C. Byrnes 1 J. Dalzotto 1 A. Cross 1 J. Townley 1 Fitzroy: E. Scott 2 M. White 1 C. Doherty 1 D. Leech 1 N. Ligris 1 E. Gardiner 1 BEST St Bedes / Mentone Tigers: J. Vawdrey M. Coen T. Pastura B. Schubert C. Hansen H. Jeans Fitzroy: D. Leech R. Lloyd D. Patcas E. Bryan J. Steinfort N. Gibbons Old Xaverians 7.5 12.10 20.11 24.21 (165) University Blacks 0.0 2.1 3.3 5.4 (34) GOALS Old Xaverians: S. Berengo 10 T. Williams 4 T. Plant 2 P. Monti 2 H. Lachal 2 S. Grigg 1 T. Reed 1 H. Batten 1 C. Woodley 1 University Blacks: J. Bunge 2 T. Sharp 1 M. Fogarty 1 J. Hurley 1 BEST Old Xaverians: S. Berengo T. Williams E. Doolan L. Denton C. Woodley J. Close University Blacks: T. Sharp J. Hurley S. Bell S. Sher S. Dadswell J. Bunge U19 Section 2 Werribee Districts 2.2 8.5 14.7 16.9 (105) Old Haileybury 3.2 4.7 6.9 9.12 (66) GOALS Werribee Districts: J. Cooke 7 N. Arias 2 M. Turner 1 B. Leonard 1 M. Despott 1 M. Fitzpatrick 1 E. Turner 1 M. El Hawli 1 K. Andrews 1 Old Haileybury: M. Mitchell 6 M. Sullivan 1 L. Pinot 1 M. Shill 1 BEST Werribee Districts: J. Cooke D. Briscoe J. Humphreys B. Stoios M. Brown M. El Hawli Old Haileybury: J. Toy S. Hall T. Hunter L. Pinot M. Sullivan M. Mitchell St Kevins 5.1 9.5 10.5 12.6 (78) Caulfield Grammarians 1.3 3.3 7.6 11.8 (74) GOALS St Kevins: M. Manning 3 J. Gambaro 2 A. Hannan 2 M. Lew 2 L. Nankervis 1 M. Eva 1 A. Giarrusso 1 Caulfield Grammarians: N. Tonkin 3 K. Stewart 3 T. Wren 3 F. Cooper 1 J. Steiger 1 BEST St Kevins: A. Hannan J. Cellini J. Gambaro S. Kneebone M. Lew Caulfield Grammarians: T. Butler K. Stewart M. McTernan T. Wren H. Malone J. Easton Old Brighton 10.5 17.6 24.9 27.14 (176) Old Carey 0.2 0.3 2.3 3.5 (23) GOALS Old Brighton: M. Tregear 6 T. Jones 3 H. Graham 3 L. Otto 2 S. Zaia 2 N. Hellyer 2 H. Cannon 2 C. King 2 M. Delany 2 D. Verney 1 N. Paine 1 J. Knight 1 Old Carey: M. Evans 2 P. Cremean 1 BEST Old Brighton: M. Tregear D. Verney N. Paine H. Cannon H. Graham T. Jones Old Carey: F. Cator J. Murphy P. Cremean C. Wood M. Driver N. Andrews Marcellin 2.1 7.1 13.3 16.5 (101) Old Trinity 1.3 2.6 6.8 7.10 (52) GOALS Marcellin: J. Hollaway 3 J. De Neefe 3 A. Beaini 3 T. Natoli 2 C. Zygmunt 2 J. Sundberg 1 J. Iezzi 1 J. Bourke 1 Old Trinity: O. Fairweather 4 L. Scott 2 C. Jackson 1 BEST Marcellin: J. Stone J. Bettello J. Iezzi J. De Neefe T. Bastiaan T. Natoli Old Trinity: S. Horsburgh M. Azarnikow O. Fairweather B. Syme E. Beasley J. Gilfillan U19 Section 3 Collegians 7.5 9.7 10.10 11.14 (80) PEGS 2.1 6.6 8.7 10.11 (71) GOALS Collegians: T. Varigos 6 S. Madeira 1 T. Phillips 1 O. Whitehead 1 J. Martin 1 T. Cantwell 1 PEGS: J. Federico 4 K. Ng 3 M. Semini 2 L. Sutawan 1 BEST Collegians: T. Phillips S. Evans H. Pool T. Varigos S. Madeira C. Regan PEGS: J. Williams S. McCann S. Tibbits D. Perera L. Sutawan J. Williams

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Mazenod 5.2 12.5 15.8 20.13 (133) Old Xaverians 0.6 2.6 5.6 9.11 (65) GOALS Mazenod: not provided Old Xaverians: Z. Cosgrave 6 J. Pantas 1 O. Keogh 1 N. Sharkey 1 BEST Mazenod: not provided Old Xaverians: D. Cotchett J. Pititto M. Vlahos Z. Cosgrave T. Hannon H. O’Sullivan ORMOND v. NORTHERN BLUES Northern Blues won by forfeit. Old Camberwell 7.4 9.10 12.13 15.18 (108) St Bernards 2.0 3.4 4.9 7.11 (53) GOALS Old Camberwell: N. Adamson 5 J. Howells 4 H. Crothers 3 M. Troy 1 M. Le 1 C. Webster 1 St Bernards: J. Gill 2 H. Firth 2 P. Comerford 1 J. Sullivan 1 P. Moloney 1 BEST Old Camberwell: N. Adamson J. Hrbek M. Peddlesden X. Troy H. Sana M. Le St Bernards: J. Gill J. Notaro M. McCann A. Zammit H. Firth C. Hughes U19 North Ivanhoe 2.0 4.4 8.9 13.11 (89) Old Geelong 2.1 3.4 3.5 3.5 (23) GOALS Ivanhoe: J. Normand 3 A. Dimopoulos 2 J. Nott 2 S. Mowat 1 J. Brown 1 J. Delbridge 1 Z. Mowat 1 B. Grigg 1 D. Jones 1 Old Geelong: K. Taylor 2 A. De Fegely 1 BEST Ivanhoe: D. Jones C. Robinson J. Brown A. Dimopoulos W. Cuthbert B. Grigg Old Geelong: A. De Fegely S. Hughes R. de Crespigny W. Lugg B. Yeo A. Townley Therry Penola 7.0 11.0 12.0 16.1 (97) La Trobe University 1.1 2.2 3.6 9.8 (62) GOALS Therry Penola: D. Blake 4 H. Rowe 3 B. Egglestone 2 D. Ryan 2 M. Jacobson 1 G. Mott 1 J. Tonna 1 S. Tatlk 1 w. McIntosh 1 La Trobe University: T. Toohey 3 D. Ryan 2 G. Lingham 1 M. O’Brien 1 D. Moore 1 R. Tran 1 BEST Therry Penola: D. McCracken S. Tatlk H. Donohoe S. Calafiore D. Ryan J. Tonna La Trobe University: M. Stringer I. Fan D. Grady E. McKenzie D. Moore Williamstown CYMS 7.5 11.10 16.13 21.17 (143) MHSOB 2.0 4.2 5.4 7.10 (52) GOALS Williamstown CYMS: R. Joy 3 B. McRae 3 J. Dawson 3 A. Slaney 2 A. Heaver 2 S. Davis 2 M. Morris 1 N. Holdsworth 1 N. Green 1 R. Slaney 1 M. Knight 1 P. CutajarMiloser 1 MHSOB: M. Dogliotti 3 M. Manteit 2 L. Bradford 2 BEST Williamstown CYMS: S. McHugh G. Daaboul A. Isac S. McVernon N. Holdsworth R. Joy MHSOB: M. Manteit A. Kuang P. Melilli A. Ashton T. Fernie L. Bradford U19 South Parkdale Vultures 4.1 6.6 12.12 15.14 (104) Monash Blues 2.1 5.3 5.4 7.5 (47) GOALS Parkdale Vultures: J. Boland 4 C. Welch 3 L. Emmerson 2 D. Ballard 2 D. Glasscott 1 J. Everest 1 L. Morgan 1 J. Kovarik 1 Monash Blues: O. Graudins 3 C. Wheeler 1 T. Ruddell 1 C. Erickson 1 A. Jeynes 1 BEST Parkdale Vultures: L. Morgan C. Stielow M. Nixon D. Ballard J. Crowley J. Dunstan Monash Blues: B. Tilley A. Parisi O. Fitzpatrick B. Parker A. Jeynes C. Wheeler Hampton Rovers 4.1 6.1 9.4 14.5 (89) Beaumaris 2.3 5.6 6.7 8.9 (57) GOALS Hampton Rovers: N. Taylor 4 S. Care 2 O. Jewell 2 J. Zaina 2 L. Edgar 2 J. Mayne 1 J. Campion 1 Beaumaris: J. Pemberton 2 L. Edmondson 1 E. Georgopoulous 1 T. Cookson 1 S. Zagami 1 S. Montfront 1 N. Vorich 1 BEST Hampton Rovers: J. Massey N. Taylor L. DeLisle N. Mullenger L. Edgar J. Campion Beaumaris: S. Zagami G. Pearson F. Zalega J. Pemberton B. Spencer L. Brennan De La Salle 6.2 10.6 13.8 17.13 (115) St Mary’s Salesian 0.0 1.3 4.4 7.8 (50) GOALS De La Salle: N. LOWRIE 4 D. Grant 3 S. Murphy 2 R. McCarthy 2 J. Smith 2 A. Wheatley 1 X. Leonard 1 P. O’Connell 1 m. Hogan 1 St Mary’s Salesian: F. Ravida 2 N. Alexopoulos 2 J. Sutherland 1 B. Cain 1 B. Andrews 1 BEST De La Salle: D. Spicer S. Woodck B. Cranage P. O’Connell m. Hogan N. Lowrie St Mary’s Salesian: J. Sutherland B. Andrews F. Tremaine H. Angley N. Alexopoulos M. Curtin Peninsula 6.2 11.6 13.13 17.17 (119) St Bedes / Mentone Tigers 1.2 4.6 6.6 9.9 (63) GOALS Peninsula: C. Macaulay 4 J. Gleeson 3 N. Baron 3 T. Feldgen 2 S. Barbour 1 B. Churcher 1 J. Shepherd 1 S. Glenn 1 N. Coy 1 St Bedes / Mentone Tigers: J. Young 3 D. Hampton 2 S. Lay 1 J. Popaz 1 M. Kopp 1 J. Pollard 1 BEST Peninsula: J. Gleeson S. Glenn M. Beggs A. Stk S. Barbour C. Macaulay St Bedes / Mentone Tigers: D. Tanner J. Pollard M. Kopp P. Goodman M. Worrell T. Woods

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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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Charles Burbury James Habla Charles Barham George Macdonald William Sloss Victor Mims Campbell Fisher Rory Vocale Andy De Fegely (C) Henry Byrne William Boyd Bryce Yeo Jake Blood Chris Jordan Blair Keys Sebastian Hughes Lachie Morrison Angus Townley Myles Ryan George Morrison Harry Baylis Rupert Kemp (VC) Will Lugg Edward Manton Karey Taylor Oscar Robinson Ben Thomson Charlie Heal Rupert De Crespigny (VC) Alex Mitchell Chris Ashen Jock Grimshaw Hamish MacMillan George McFarlane Will Evans Will Holmes Harry Graham Charles Youngman Sam Youngman Joshua Sumura

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

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

AJAX

La Trobe Uni

Emmaus St Leos

Ivanhoe

Coach: Adam Slade-Jacobson

Coach: Zoron Colovic

Coach: Kevin Barnshaw

Coach: Adam Wright Assists: Bill Emerson

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Yuma Hemphill Jackosn Pennington Matthew Farrugia Sam Mchugh Lachlan Gibbs George Daaboul Robert Chan Robert Jansen Mitchell Knight Sean Mcvervnon Tim Murphy Ash Heaver Paul Cutajar-Milosev Billy Mcrae Trent Dimitriou Rueben Slaney Nick Holdsworth Baxter Callan Michael Mclaughlin Abraham Isac Stanley Kwas Daniel Popa Corey Mence Ryan Joy Nathan Bratby Mitchell Lane Nicholas Fry Callum Steele Russell Ackerly Tom Gill Jack Peace Lee Theodoidis Darcy Wall

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

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

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

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

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U19 – SOUTH St.Mary’s Salesian

Peninsula OB

Parkdale Vultures

De La Salle Gold

Coach: Damian Sutherland

Coach: Theo Messinis

Coach: Luke Borella

Coach: Michael Hogan Assists: Peter Harrington

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

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

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

Hampton Rovers

Monash Blues

Beaumaris

Coach: Jay Watts Assists: Peter Rogerson

Coach: Michael Pettingill

Coach: Luke Buller/Rob Wilson/Chris Cockburn

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

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

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

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

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

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UMPIRES

Steve McCarthy & Cam Davidson

LOST PROPERTY As we edge closer to finals we have to be on our toes both on and off the field. Match preparation, match management and aftermatch management are all important. A certain field umpire was unable to make it to training last Thursday night after a daytime function left him in a state that was unsatisfactory for training. Ventured to his Premier game on the Saturday and all went well until later that night he realised all his gear was still at the football ground. Was his mind on bigger things? Thinking of September? Was he on a promise? Just remember that your so-called mates out there are always willing to tell the right people about your indiscretions. No names at this stage, maybe he has a presidential pardon… Night of nights Don’t forget, getting closer to our big night. See you all at the Pre-finals Dinner at the G on Monday 27th August. Early tips for the big prizes? Bob Dunstan Award? Andy Carrick Award? Most Improved? Best first year? And of course the coveted Golden Whistle? All will be revealed and then certainly celebrated at the big after-party. Poker Night Fundraiser

been trudging through the jungle and wading through rivers and creeks on the Kokoda Track. Teasa has just finished this amazing accomplishment and we’ll catch up with him soon for a chat to share with you readers. He’ll be primed and ready to tackle those muddy finals. VAFA Sunday Time to plug one of our own. Many of you listen to Macca and Tommy Brain each Sunday morning on Southern FM as they fumble their way through the round of football. If you want to see what happens behind the scenes, now you have a chance. On Sunday 26th August they’ll be broadcasting the show from the clubrooms of the Beaumaris Football Club and are inviting as many listeners as possible to be in the audience. Should be a fun morning. 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.

Was held last Saturday and once again was a huge success. A job well done to Tournament Organiser and Premier goal umpire Anthony Damen. (Never thought we’d use the words Anthony Damen and Premier goal umpire in the same sentence!) Congratulations to former umpire Peter Angelis who took out the title.

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RESULTS PREMIER THIRDS

LAST ROUND

Old Scotch 6.0 7.3 9.5 12.9 (81) De La Salle 2.1 5.4 8.5 10.5 (65) GOALS Old Scotch: S. Barnett 2 M. Bate 2 C. Houghton 2 F. Macfarlane 1 A. Harlk 1 M. Parisi 1 W. Ponsford 1 T. Melville 1 M. Bradley 1 De La Salle: S. Morwood 4 S. Griffin 2 M. Briglia 1 N. Hogan 1 A. Kanellopoulos 1 G. Wadley 1 BEST Old Scotch: J. Daggian F. Macfarlane B. Smith W. Darling T. Melville S. Bradley De La Salle: S. Bennetts B. Griffin M. Rodgers A. Kanellopoulos N. Hogan S. Brown Old Xaverians 7.5 11.8 14.12 23.17 (155) Old Trinity 0.1 2.3 5.3 6.5 (41) GOALS Old Xaverians: J. Glen 4 A. Lachal 4 S. Adams 3 C. Dipierdomenico 3 M. Hennessy 2 J. Hanger 2 J. McDonnell 1 P. Doyle 1 M. Trovato 1 P. Purcell 1 J. Preece 1 Old Trinity: F. Heron-Paterson 2 N. Evans 2 A. Cicutto 1 C. Sparsi 1 BEST Old Xaverians: S. Adams C. Chisholm A. Lachal J. Hanger J. Glen D. Ryan Old Trinity: A. Collins M. Kepitis N. Evans S. Thompson C. Sparsi C. Perry Collegians 5.9 10.13 16.20 25.23 (173) Caulfield Grammarians 0.1 2.3 6.4 6.7 (43) GOALS Collegians: J. Ashman 9 P. Timms 9 C. Dunwill 2 T. Wells 1 J. Patterson 1 A. Huggins 1 N. Withers 1 T. Baxter 1 Caulfield Grammarians: not provided BEST Collegians: J. Ashman P. Timms L. Casey T. Wells W. Candy N. Withers Caulfield Grammarians: not provided Old Carey 0.0 0.0 0.0 12.11 (83) University Blues 0.0 0.0 0.0 8.12 (60) GOALS Old Carey: M. Andrews 4 T. MacReady - Bryan 3 J. Carpenter 2 P. Graham 2 S. Hassett 1 University Blues: J. Edwards 3 A. Walsh 3 T. Auld 1 L. Garrick 1 BEST Old Carey: T. MacReady - Bryan J. Carpenter N. England M. Andrews T. Rule N. Pryor University Blues: D. Carmody T. Auld J. Hibbert J. Edwards D. Marshall P. Curran

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LAST ROUND

St Kevins 2.5 6.10 7.12 9.13 (67) Fitzroy 0.0 3.0 6.1 7.2 (44) GOALS St Kevins: not provided Fitzroy: D. Temple 2 J. Farrell 1 A. Grant 1 A. Johnson 1 A. Wilson 1 M. Willson 1 BEST St Kevins: not provided Fitzroy: D. Ryan A. Johnson T. Coleman M. Cusack J. MacKay A. Ley Banyule 8.4 13.11 17.14 23.19 (157) Whitefriars 1.3 3.3 7.5 9.5 (59) GOALS Banyule: J. Appleby 6 M. Borg 6 J. Turnbull 3 D. Nichols 3 D. Witchell 2 Z. Cleaver 1 M. Smith 1 E. Griffiths 1 Whitefriars: A. Daou 3 M. Shanks 2 L. Hamblin 2 H. Fulton 1 D. Montecillo 1 BEST Banyule: J. Schaffert L. Burns D. Nichols E. Griffiths D. Witchell M. Sacchetta Whitefriars: M. Shanks B. Vey A. Daou J. Freeman B. Dinh H. Fulton Marcellin 1.0 2.5 7.7 12.10 (82) Mazenod 4.6 6.9 9.9 12.10 (82) GOALS Marcellin: S. Ayoub 4 N. Brown 4 M. McColl 2 K. Mattiuzzo 1 N. James 1 Mazenod: S. Davis 6 D. McMullin 2 B. Cunningham 1 S. Moran 1 S. Micallef 1 R. Hawkins 1 BEST Marcellin: D. Carson S. Ayoub K. Mattiuzzo L. Brkhus N. Brown M. McColl Mazenod: S. Davis J. Dipietro S. Moran B. Costin D. Micallef S. Micallef Old Camberwell 2.3 4.4 7.10 9.14 (68) Old Mentonians 2.1 4.3 5.6 7.8 (50) GOALS Old Camberwell: M. Taylor 3 M. Woodbridge 2 T. Miriklis 2 T. Stewart 1 J. Lodington 1 Old Mentonians: D. Forsyth 2 A. Rayment 2 T. Marshall 1 N. Lambden-Grant 1 B. Lane 1 BEST Old Camberwell: S. Anjou A. Vickery M. Dyson M. Price M. Taylor T. Miriklis Old Mentonians: B. Lane J. Lee D. Forsyth R. Tunbridge M. Siemers C. Kennedy

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LAST ROUND

Old Melburnians 2.3 10.6 14.11 20.13 (133) Old Brighton 3.1 3.3 5.8 7.11 (53) GOALS Old Melburnians: C. Tunbridge 8 B. Baines 3 A. Cameron 2 S. Taylor 1 C. De Campo 1 T. Lackmann 1 D. Wright 1 T. Oman 1 S. Dellios 1 J. McIlroy 1 Old Brighton: K. Moore 2 A. Betts 1 A. Paterson 1 J. Sest 1 T. O’Halloran 1 J. Koob 1 BEST Old Melburnians: C. Tunbridge C. De Campo A. Cameron R. Doyle T. Lackmann M. Spies Old Brighton: N. Paterson T. O’Halloran Z. Wilson K. Moore A. Betts N. Conlan Northern Blues 3.1 6.4 10.7 14.7 (91) University Blacks 3.2 5.3 8.4 11.5 (71) GOALS Northern Blues: L. McRedmond 4 M. Hammoud 2 C. Altis 2 S. Maatouk 2 J. Twaits 1 J. Phelan 1 N. Parkes 1 N. De Andrade 1 University Blacks: C. Knight 5 N. Manning 2 A. Mackay 1 C. Watts 1 A. Brooks 1 B. Farrow 1 BEST Northern Blues: L. McRedmond J. Phelan N. Parkes N. De Andrade J. Twaits C. Altis University Blacks: J. Cordner C. Knight L. Dadswell T. Polkinghorne B. Farrow M. Coffey

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LAST ROUND

St Bernards

5.1

5.4

7.7

10.9 (69)

St Mary’s Salesian

1.1

6.5

6.6

9.8 (62)

GOALS St Bernards: T. Russell 3 J. Riley 3 J. Sullivan 2 T. Riley 1 S. Piantella 1

St Mary’s Salesian: D. Cohen 3 D. Gook 2 T. Keys 1 B. Andrews 1 N. Phillips 1 L. Power 1 BEST St Bernards: L. Jowett J. Holland B. Nathan J. Sullivan T. Russell J. Howard

St Mary’s Salesian: D. Cohen A. Bussell A. Pathirana J. DEVLIN D. Zacharopoulos A. De Vries Rupertswood

4.2

8.5

12.8

12.13 (85)

Werribee Districts

1.0

2.0

3.4

9.4 (58)

GOALS Rupertswood: h. travers 3 A. Millane 3 J. Muscat 2 J. Egan 1 J. Wallace 1 N.

Vadnjal 1 N. Agnello 1 Werribee Districts: H. King 5 D. Thomas 2 M. Smith 1 P. O’Brien 1 BEST Rupertswood: C. Kaye B. Creed J. Corso N. Agnello B. Webber L. Muir

Werribee Districts: D. Delaney H. King S. Stewart A. Shanks P. O’Brien N. Christou Oakleigh

5.4

10.7

13.14

Williamstown CYMS

0.0

0.1

1.2

20.18 (138)

1.2 (8)

GOALS Oakleigh: A. Cloke 6 L. Gogis 4 A. Deneys 3 L. Daidone 3 Z. Pearce-Thomas 2 J.

Davidson 1 B. Still 1 Williamstown CYMS: D. Caiger 1 BEST Oakleigh: L. Gogis A. Cloke L. Daidone A. Deneys A. Mase Z. Pearce-Thomas

Williamstown CYMS: N. Harkins D. Caiger J. Pennington L. Micallef P. Cutajar-Miloser E. Bordas

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UNDER 18 Williamstown CYMS

St. Mary’s Salesian AFC

Oakleigh Amateurs

Rupertswood

Coach: Ross Cassidy Assist: Brendan Cocks

Coach: Chris Docker

Coach: Ash Lever

Coach: Phil Barrett Assists: Paul Ross

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

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1 4 5 6 7 8 9 13 14 15 16 17 19 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 30 32 34 36 38 39 40 41 42 44 45 46 48 49 50 51 52 53 55 56

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

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

Sponsors WATT’S FENCING BETTER TORQUE AUTOMOTIVE

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UHSVU

St Bernards

Werribee

Coach: Tim Habel Assist: Michael Canizzaro

Coach: Serge Ramano Assist: Michael Hedley

Coach: Chris Burton

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

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

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

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

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CLUB XVIII

Norm Nugent

A TASTE OF HISTORY The home and away season is now consigned to history and over the next three Sunday, Club XV111 followers anticipate an exciting final series. Round 15 results especially in Section 1 served to show the marked discrepancies which exist in the talent of several sides. Old Melburnians had 39 points to spare when they defeated Ivanhoe for whom injuries prevented the continuation of early season promise. Down by the seaside, Williamstown CYMS ended their season of injury with a spirited display against third placed, North Old Boys/ St Pats who had to fight hard to shake off the Seagulls in the last quarter after holding a three point lead at the last change. Match fitness prevailed and the combine went on to victory by 23 points. The remaining matches were really one sided and the three finalists who prevailed were under minimum pressure as revealed by the scores. Nick “Toyed” with his Therry Penola opponents and kicked nine goals as St Bernard’s recorded a 170 point win over Therry Penola. Prahran/ Assumption had their day in the sun as they held Fitzroy scoreless for three quarters and allowed the Roy Boys only two minor scores in the second quarter. The Four Blues went on to win by 170 points. In the afternoon game at Victoria Park Kew, Old Xaverians continued on their winning way with victory by 119 points over Monash Blues, who haven’t enjoyed a successful season. De La Salle had the Bye. In an early morning encounter, Bulleen Templestowe revealed what might have been when they proved competitive against Therry Penola, who prevailed by 27 points. Veteran forward Ray Steer was again prominent with five goals. Hawthorn returned to Section leadership when they held Richmond Snakes to a solitary goal which came in the last quarter, while scoring twenty one majors themselves. For the 131 point victors, George Dellaportas received dual accolades by kicking six goals and was named best on ground. In the second half, Kew proved no match for Richmond Cardinals who led throughout en route to the final winning margin of 115 points. At half time, it seemed Old Paradians were on their way to 60

a big win over Eley Park, who trailed by 46 points. This feeling was confirmed at three quarter time as the Paradians still led by 38 points. This scenario altered in the last quarter as Eley Park finished very strongly and ran all over the tired Paradians, who in the words of their Club President, “Just fell in”. Their margin was cut to a mere 14 points. The superior players for Old Paradians included: Taylor Mills, Nick Brice and James Rossiter. Eley Park was well served by Lee White, Nicholas Greenhalf and Shakya Wolokh. Old Geelong scored a 177 point win over UHS/VU who only scored three times during the match. Section 1 sees a new final’s format with three games scheduled for Sports Cover Arena. In the early morning game, North Old Boy’s/ St Pat’s play Prahran/ Assumption. Their only meeting this season was in Round 5 when the combine defeated the four blues by five points. North Old Boys/ St Pat’s are an enigmatic team, whose form fluctuates markedly. They have suffered heavy defeats but have recorded significant victories. Alternatively, Prahran/ Assumption in typical fashion started slowly and have built momentum as the season progressed. I favour Prahran/ Assumption to win as I can’t see the combine holding Storer, Farrell, Berger and Ploenges throughout the match. Old Melburnians play St Bernard’s. Old Melburnians won at their only meeting in round six this season by 47 points. Judging on recent performances, St Bernard’s have built their strength while Old Melburnians have continued on their winning way. In making my selection, I am aware that Old Melburnians do not have a consistent record of performances at Sports Cover Arena. qually how will St Bernard’s stars shine on the wide and wind swept wings of thr VAFA headquarters? I select Old Melburnians purely because of their consistent record. The afternoon game sees last season’s Grand Finalists Old Xaverians and De La Salle matched TODAY SELECTIONS IN BOLD CLUB XVIII (1) - Qualifying Finals NOBS/St Pats v Prahran Assumption Old Melburnians v St Bernards Old Xaverians v De La Salle CLUB XVIII (2) - Semi Finals Old Geelong v Richmond Cardinals Hawthorn v Therry Penola

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against each other. Since that memorable August victory, De La Salle has twice and have succumbed to the might of the Old Xaverians. In Round 2, the Xaverians won by 24 points and in Round 13 they triumphed by 86 points after an remarkable display of skill. I retain vivid memories of that display and I cannot see, De La Salle being able to reverse that result from three weeks ago. I expect another Old Xaverian triumph. The Section 2 semi Finals are at Central Reserve and should provide entertaining football. In the first Semi Final, Old Geelong after many season’s will play in their first Club XV111 final series as will their opponents the Richmond Central Cardinals. The teams have met once during the season in round six when Old Geelong won comfortably by 26 points. Last Saturday, the Cardinals started slowly and took until the second half to gain ascendancy. They cannot afford to do this today as Old Geelong have shown themselves to be formidable opponents. The large ground should definitely favour Old Geelong, who are my selection because they have the better 2012 record between the two

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To select the winner of the Second Semi Final is a difficult task because the big Central Reserve will test the stamina of both sides. Hawthorn and Therry Penola have met twice this season, with honours even. Hawthorn won at home in Round 6 by 70 points, whilst two weeks ago in very heavy conditions Therry Penola won by 27 points against a very inaccurate Hawthorn, who really are the “bench mark” of the Section. The two sides have reliable avenues to goal, with Ray Steer kicking 90 goals for Therry Penola, whilst Timothy Demetriou and George Dellaportas have kicked 86 for Hawthorn. My judgement has been that the big ground will suit Therry Penola more, but Hawthorn’s youthful exuberance could counteract Therry Penola’s experience on bigger arenas. Virtually on the toss of a coin, I select Hawthorn.

LAST ROUND

NOBS/ St Pats 4.4 7.7 10.8 14.12 (96) Williamstown CYMS 4.2 8.3 10.5 11.7 (73) GOALS NOBS/ St Pats: H. Christie 6 L. Cross 2 A. Vincent 2 P. Doolan 2 M. Ryan 1 S. Denatris 1 Williamstown CYMS: R. Cassidy 2 D. Elias 2 M. Sultana 2 C. Pach 1 J. Buttigieg 1 T. Monti 1 H. Moore 1 L. McKenzie 1 BEST NOBS/ St Pats: T. Bayles H. Christie T. Downing P. Doolan A. Vincent L. Cross Williamstown CYMS: L. McKenzie C. Bergin H. Moore M. Sultana J. Street R. Cassidy Old Melburnians 0.0 0.0 0.0 11.10 (76) Ivanhoe 0.0 0.0 0.0 5.7 (37) GOALS Old Melburnians: G. Code 4 A. Clark 3 A. Tandy 2 J. Mitchell 1 L. Carter 1 Ivanhoe: not provided BEST Old Melburnians: A. Pannifex A. Tandy N. Drake W. Cooper L. Carter A. Clark Ivanhoe: not provided Prahran Assumption 4.8 9.10 16.15 27.17 (179) Fitzroy 0.0 0.2 0.2 0.2 (2) GOALS Prahran Assumption: L. Farrell 6 J. Storer 4 P. Khalil 3 A. Slawinski 3 N. Gouin 2 M. Slaven 2 D. McGrath 2 B. Lewis 1 G. Scott 1 N. Keohler 1 N. Mitchell 1 L. Godeassi 1 Fitzroy: not provided BEST Prahran Assumption: M. Slaven L. Farrell B. Lewis D. McGrath A. Slawinski B. Neasey Fitzroy: G. Poulton J. Atkinson D. Bulmer C. Fergin B. White N. White St Bernards 9.6 17.11 24.14 32.15 (207) Therry Penola 0.0 0.2 3.3 5.7 (37) GOALS St Bernards: N. Toy 9 D. Janides 5 M. Trim 5 B. McManus 3 B. Hogan 2 J. Devery 2 C. Mitchell 2 S. Lawler 1 L. Baird 1 A. Helenius 1 C. Walsh 1 Therry Penola: G. Lynn 2 C. Byers 1 M. McCrae 1 P. Xuereb 1 BEST St Bernards: N. Toy B. Hogan D. Janides D. Blunt J. Devery D. Hurley Therry Penola: G. Lynn L. Vassallo D. Casey R. Forbes M. Barton S. Cummins Old Xaverians 5.4 11.8 14.10 22.12 (144) Monash Blues 0.1 3.3 3.6 3.7 (25) GOALS Old Xaverians: not provided Monash Blues: S. Chandler 1 M. Chapman 1 S. Chapman 1 BEST Old Xaverians: not provided Monash Blues: M. Johnstone P. Coughlin R. Shenouda S. Chandler M. Chapman L. Woods

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sides and a proven goal kicker in Timothy Bayles.

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Therry Penola 3.1 6.3 9.7 11.11 (77) Bulleen Templestowe 1.1 2.3 4.5 7.8 (50) GOALS Therry Penola: R. Steer 5 C. Smith 4 B. Wilson 1 P. Smith 1 Bulleen Templestowe: R. Williams 2 R. Rametta 1 M. Silvaggio 1 P. Paolucci 1 M. Cowell 1 C. Smith 1 BEST Therry Penola: B. Toohey C. Smith L. Bromley S. Sacco R. Steer J. Bibby Bulleen Templestowe: A. Greco S. Pallozzi M. Cowell S. Coghill R. Rametta L. Shiel Hawthorn 4.7 9.12 15.16 21.21 (147) Richmond Central Snakes 0.1 0.3 0.5 1.7 (13) GOALS Hawthorn: G. Dellaportas 6 P. Doubakis 5 G. Georgiou 3 N. Criticos 2 A. Mitropoulos 2 A. Demetriou 1 J. Farah 1 C. Seely 1 Richmond Central Snakes: C. Quay 1 BEST Hawthorn: G. Dellaportas C. Bubunaras N. Criticos A. Demetriou M. Murray P. Doubakis Richmond Central Snakes: S. Lloyd A. MacKay A. Gooley D. Simpson K. Hammond C. Harrod Old Paradians 4.3 9.6 11.7 11.9 (75) Eley Park Sharks 1.3 1.8 4.11 8.13 (61) GOALS Old Paradians: B. Dines 4 D. Hannam 3 J. Seneca 2 A. Drossini 1 M. Elliott 1 Eley Park Sharks: A. Quantrell 2 S. Andrew 2 T. Donelly 1 N. Greenhalf 1 D. Ratcliffe 1 S. Wolokh 1 BEST Old Paradians: N. Bryce B. Dines D. Hannam T. Mills S. Lotenzo J. Belcher Eley Park Sharks: N. Greenhalf J. Lawson C. Wickham A. Quantrell D. Ratcliffe D. Beach Richmond Central Cardinals 6.1 8.7 13.12 21.15 (141) Kew 1.0 2.1 3.2 4.2 (26) GOALS Richmond Central Cardinals: A. Fraser 4 C. Glowrey 2 A. Grant 2 A. Pratt 2 N. Rice 2 J. Cornish 2 S. D’Arcy 1 D. Kim 1 L. McKenzie 1 C. Collins 1 T. Pritchard 1 J. Wilmot 1 M. Rainey 1 Kew: M. Calvi 1 S. Tyson 1 D. Boehm 1 E. Willcks 1 BEST Richmond Central Cardinals: D. Kim L. McKenzie R. Wood A. Fraser P. Iser C. Glowrey Kew: J. McFadries D. Boehm A. Quinn N. Sweetland E. Willcks D. Cahill Old Geelong 5.7 11.12 19.17 29.21 (195) UHS-VU 1.0 1.0 2.0 3.0 (18) GOALS Old Geelong: T. Bayles 12 T. Fyshe 4 A. Carah 2 A. Scotford 2 J. Graham 2 R. Buckley 2 D. Kimpton 1 Z. Taylor 1 H. Brettingham-Moore 1 S. Laidlaw 1 M. Moffatt 1 UHS-VU: L. St Clair 1 D. Horne 1 R. Williamson 1 BEST Old Geelong: T. Bayles H. Brettingham-Moore R. Buckley T. Fyshe Z. Taylor A. Bell UHS-VU: O. Conlan W. Cheesman R. McNeill L. Mills J. Sheldon D. Cain

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

DIVISION TWO P W L 14 11 2 14 10 4 14 9 5 14 8 5 14 8 6 14 7 7 14 7 7 14 7 7 14 2 12 14 0 14

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 1294 1186 1244 1261 1241 1212 1237 1167 925 666

A 941 855 1018 901 886 1094 1149 1257 1239 2093

% 137.51 138.71 122.2 139.96 140.07 110.79 107.66 92.84 74.66 31.82

Pts 46 40 36 34 32 28 28 28 8 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 1271 1180 1373 908 1174 861 971 766 636 310

A 552 636 622 909 782 885 863 1107 1176 1918

% 230.25 185.53 220.74 99.89 150.13 97.29 112.51 69.2 54.08 16.16

Pts 56 44 40 30 28 28 24 22 4 4

W L 12 1 12 2 11 3 6 7 5 8 5 8 3 12 1 14

D 0 0 0 0 1 1 0 0

B 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

FF 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

F 1644 1292 1328 1068 1253 952 723 694

A 632 737 722 1137 1132 1034 1754 1843

% 260.13 175.31 183.93 93.93 110.69 92.07 41.22 37.66

Pts 52 48 44 24 22 22 12 4

W L 14 1 13 2 11 4 9 6 7 7 7 8 5 9 4 11 3 12 1 14

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 1576 1925 1626 1587 1255 1117 1214 1090 982 968

A 995 862 1105 1088 1097 1375 1275 1765 1830 1948

% 158.39 223.32 147.15 145.86 114.4 81.24 95.22 61.76 53.66 49.69

Pts 56 52 44 36 30 28 22 16 12 4

FF 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

F 1777 1421 1197 1344 1106 1232 979 845 761 308

A 536 752 892 1014 843 832 1063 1111 1416 2511

% 331.53 188.96 134.19 132.54 131.2 148.08 92.1 76.06 53.74 12.27

Pts 60 40 40 36 36 32 28 16 12 0

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

P 14 14 14 14 14 14 14 14 14 14

W L 14 0 11 3 10 4 7 6 7 7 7 7 6 8 5 8 1 13 1 13

Fitzroy St Kevins Old Camberwell Banyule Marcellin Mazenod Old Mentonians Whitefriars

P 15 15 15 15 15 15 15 15 15 15

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

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P 15 15 15 15 15 15 15 15 15 15

W L 15 0 10 5 10 5 9 6 9 6 8 7 7 8 4 11 3 12 0 15

W 13 12 11 10 8 8 4 4 3 1

L 2 3 4 5 7 7 10 10 12 14

D 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 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 1552 1532 1398 1092 1242 1222 1157 815 976 844

A 907 883 994 891 1177 1161 1321 1524 1472 1554

% 171.11 173.5 140.64 122.56 105.52 105.25 87.59 53.48 66.3 54.31

Pts 52 48 44 40 32 32 18 18 12 4

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

P 15 15 15 15 15 15 15 15 15 15

W 14 11 11 10 8 7 4 3 3 3

L 1 4 4 4 7 7 11 12 12 12

D 0 0 0 1 0 1 0 0 0 0

B 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

FF 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

F 1538 1201 1260 1247 831 1053 820 794 696 655

A 540 627 707 741 1056 1051 1229 1158 1468 1518

% 284.81 191.55 178.22 168.29 78.69 100.19 66.72 68.57 47.41 43.15

Pts 56 44 44 42 32 30 16 12 12 12

W L 14 1 13 2 10 5 10 5 9 5 7 7 7 8 6 9 5 9 5 10 2 13 0 14

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 2002 1588 1333 1421 1261 1487 1277 1124 1186 1024 800 832

A 911 928 1180 1325 970 1337 1219 1293 1287 1594 1680 1611

% 219.76 171.12 112.97 107.25 130 111.22 104.76 86.93 92.15 64.24 47.62 51.64

Pts 56 52 40 40 38 30 28 24 22 20 8 2

F 1609 1627 1374 1368 1320 1203 1030 892 725 801 691 579

A 566 592 870 689 738 883 1264 1167 1720 1588 1542 1600

% 284.28 274.83 157.93 198.55 178.86 136.24 81.49 76.44 42.15 50.44 44.81 36.19

Pts 56 52 48 44 40 32 28 24 12 8 8 8

DIVISION THREE

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

P 15 15 15 15 15 15 15 15 15 15

DIVISION TWO RESERVES

PREMIER C THIRDS P 13 14 14 13 14 14 15 15

Bulleen Templestowe Eltham Collegians Prahran Assumption Old Paradians Monash Gryphons Therry Penola South Melb Districts St Mary’s Salesian Emmaus St Leos 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 15 15 15 15 15 15 15 15 15 15 15 15

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

P 15 15 15 15 15 15 15 15 15 15 15 15

W 14 13 12 11 10 8 7 6 3 2 2 2

L 1 2 3 4 5 7 8 9 12 13 13 13

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 15 Swinburne University 15 Eley Park Sharks 15 Point Cook 15 North Brunswick 15 West Brunswick 15 Manningham Cobras 15 Mt Lilydale 15 Box Hill North 15 Chadstone 15

UNDER 19 PREMIER

W L 14 1 13 2 12 3 10 5 6 9 6 9 6 9 4 11 4 11 0 15

D 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

B 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

FF 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

F 1970 1686 1613 1685 1416 1243 1234 1089 1232 773

A 784 994 1189 1450 1237 1299 1401 1538 1892 2157

% 251.28 169.62 135.66 116.21 114.47 95.69 88.08 70.81 65.12 35.84

Pts 56 52 48 40 24 24 24 16 16 0

F 1843 1688 1725 1526 1426 959 865 687 611 275

A 474 507 769 715 1189 1001 1366 1340 1708 2557

% 388.82 332.94 224.32 213.43 119.93 95.8 63.32 51.27 35.77 10.75

Pts 56 48 44 44 36 28 16 14 14 0

W 14 12 10 11 9 7 4 3 3 0

L 1 3 4 4 6 8 11 10 11 15

D 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 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 St Bernards De La Salle Ivanhoe Williamstown CYMS Monash Blues Fitzroy Old Ivanhoe Therry Penola

P 15 13 15 15 14 14 15 12 15 14 7 15

W L 14 0 11 2 12 3 10 4 9 5 7 6 6 9 4 8 4 10 1 13 1 6 1 14

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

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

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

F 1952 1537 1089 1255 1346 1193 951 830 828 683 460 578

A 489 592 921 639 935 773 1267 1209 1221 1578 1193 1930

% 399.18 259.63 118.24 196.4 143.96 154.33 75.06 68.65 67.81 43.28 38.56 29.95

Pts 60 52 48 44 40 36 24 20 20 8 4 4

W 13 13 11 11 6 5 4 3 3 3

L 2 2 2 4 8 10 10 11 12 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 1886 1619 1650 1385 874 902 1027 745 603 632

A 645 578 639 717 1042 1323 1388 1582 1593 1828

% 292.4 280.1 258.22 193.17 83.88 68.18 73.99 47.09 37.85 34.57

Pts 52 52 52 44 24 20 16 16 12 12

P W L 15 12 2 15 9 3 15 9 4 15 7 6 15 7 6 15 1 12 15 0 12

D 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

B 1 3 2 2 2 2 3

FF 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

F 1309 1046 969 982 961 407 339

A 584 516 609 662 757 1468 1417

% 224.14 202.71 159.11 148.34 126.95 27.72 23.92

Pts 52 48 44 36 36 12 12

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

P 15 15 13 15 14 15 14 14 15 14

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

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W 14 14 12 10 8 6 5 5 1 0

L 1 1 3 5 7 9 10 10 14 15

D 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

B 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

FF 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

F 1920 1785 1490 1669 1203 1098 1165 957 775 631

A 652 829 893 974 1344 1379 1353 1467 1829 2006

% 294.48 215.32 166.85 171.36 89.51 79.62 86.1 65.24 42.37 31.46

Pts 56 56 48 40 32 24 20 20 4 0

B 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

FF 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

F 1274 1230 1186 1071 957 1139 1054 840

A 662 825 1031 975 1037 1153 1561 1507

% 192.45 149.09 115.03 109.85 92.29 98.79 67.52 55.74

Pts 48 44 40 32 28 24 16 8

D 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 0

B 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

FF 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 1

F 1637 1240 1229 1327 925 873 708 696

A 790 816 770 878 1024 1408 1520 1579

% 207.22 151.96 159.61 151.14 90.33 62 46.58 44.08

Pts 48 46 42 40 20 20 16 8

D 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

B 1 1 1 1 1 1 0 1

FF 0 3 0 0 0 2 0 0

F 1497 1317 1218 1233 1113 1008 214 274

A 562 859 851 883 1064 1470 519 1688

% 266.37 153.32 143.13 139.64 104.61 68.57 41.23 16.23

Pts 56 44 40 36 24 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 1660 1489 1516 1454 1420 1110 565 510

A 749 781 842 1120 1283 1137 1636 2197

% 221.63 190.65 180.05 129.82 110.68 97.63 34.54 23.21

Pts 48 48 44 34 28 22 12 4

UNDER 19 SECTION 2

DIVISION FOUR RESERVES P South Mornington 15 West Brunswick 15 Eley Park Sharks 14 Swinburne University 15 Point Cook 15 North Brunswick 15 Box Hill North 15 Mt Lilydale 14 Manningham Cobras 15 Chadstone 15

P 15 15 15 St Bedes/Mentone Tigers 15 University Blues 15 Old Melburnians 15 Old Scotch 15 Beaumaris 15 Fitzroy 15 University Blacks 15

De La Salle Old Xaverians St Bernards

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

P 15 15 15 15 15 15 15 15

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

D 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

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

P 14 15 15 15 15 15 13 14

W 11 11 11 10 5 5 3 1

L 3 3 3 5 10 10 10 13

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

P W L 15 13 1 12 7 4 15 9 5 15 8 6 14 5 8 13 1 11 3 1 2 8 0 7

UNDER 19 SOUTH P 15 15 15 St Bedes/Mentone Tigers 15 St Mary’s Salesian 15 Monash Blues 15 Hampton Rovers 15 Beaumaris 15

De La Salle Parkdale Vultures Peninsula

W L 12 3 12 3 11 4 8 6 7 8 5 9 3 12 1 14

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WINNING EDGE CLUB CHAMPIONSHIP Club

Senior

Reserve U19/U18

Club XVIII/Thirds

Total

Old Xaverians

52

22

42

14

130

Ivanhoe AFC

52

22

42

6

122

Old Geelong

44

30

30

12

116

De La Salle OC

40

26

42

7

115

St Kevins OB

44

26

30

8.5

108.5

Collegians

48

18

31.5

11

108.5

Peninsula OB

52

20

30

0

102

Therry Penola OB

32

22

30

14

98

Old Brighton Grammarians

32

22

33

9.5

96.5

VAFA PREMIERSHIP LADDERS 2012 PREMIER

PREMIER B

P Old Xaverians 14 Collegians 14 De La Salle 14 Old Carey 14 Old Scotch 14 St Bedes/Mentone Tigers 14 St Bernards 14 University Blues 14 Old Trinity 14 Caulfield Grammarians 14

W L 13 1 12 2 10 4 8 6 8 6 6 8 6 8 4 10 3 11 0 14

D 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

B 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

FF 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

F 1295 1381 1341 1186 1242 1171 1098 919 1038 806

A 885 978 994 974 1083 1313 1268 1197 1352 1433

% 146.33 141.21 134.91 121.77 114.68 89.19 86.59 76.78 76.78 56.25

Pts 52 48 40 32 32 24 24 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 1022 1165 1003 929 775 1111 1001 723 644 564

A 661 544 743 761 769 865 935 1069 1166 1424

% 154.61 214.15 134.99 122.08 100.78 128.44 107.06 67.63 55.23 39.61

Pts 52 44 36 36 36 32 24 8 8 4

D 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

B 2 1 2 1 1 2 2 1 2

FF 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

F 1205 1105 826 981 953 671 558 726 323

A 417 661 651 703 790 1014 922 1271 1042

% 288.97 167.17 126.88 139.54 120.63 66.17 60.52 57.12 31

Pts 56 44 40 36 28 24 20 20 12

PREMIER RESERVES P W L De La Salle 14 13 1 Old Xaverians 14 11 3 Collegians 14 9 5 University Blues 14 9 5 St Bernards 14 9 5 Old Scotch 14 8 6 Caulfield Grammarians 14 6 8 Old Carey 14 2 12 Old Trinity 14 2 12 St Bedes/Mentone Tigers 14 1 13

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

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P 14 14 14 14 14 14 14 14 14 14

W L 12 2 11 3 10 4 9 5 8 6 8 6 5 9 4 10 2 12 1 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 1458 1486 1397 1241 1237 1151 1101 992 1029 836

A 794 1006 993 1067 1137 1070 1516 1231 1511 1603

% 183.63 147.71 140.68 116.31 108.8 107.57 72.63 80.58 68.1 52.15

Pts 48 44 40 36 32 32 20 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 1345 1456 1267 1226 1282 997 757 672 496 799

A 558 439 707 777 770 1224 1312 1418 1673 1419

% 241.04 331.66 179.21 157.79 166.49 81.45 57.7 47.39 29.65 56.31

Pts 52 48 44 40 32 20 12 12 12 8

D 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

B 1 1 0 1 1 1 1 0

FF 2 1 1 1 2 0 0 0

F 1113 1115 1102 1345 793 890 577 383

A 687 934 943 708 850 987 1219 1173

% 162.01 119.38 116.86 189.97 93.29 90.17 47.33 32.65

Pts 40 40 40 36 32 24 12 0

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

P 14 14 14 14 14 14 14 14 14 14

W 13 12 11 10 8 5 3 3 3 2

L 1 2 3 4 6 9 11 11 11 12

PREMIER B THIRDS

PREMIER THIRDS P W L 14 12 0 14 10 3 14 8 4 14 8 5 14 6 7 14 4 8 14 3 9 14 4 9 14 1 11

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

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

P W 12 7 13 8 13 9 13 7 12 5 14 5 9 2 6 0

L 4 4 4 5 6 8 6 6

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