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EDITORIAL

Michael Sholly reserves premiership in 2011.

AFL AVOIDS VAFA CLASH The weather gods smiled on us as the divisions and under age sections took to the fields in the first weekend of finals. Already we have had three teams promoted and a draw which resulted in overtime and a pulsating two point victory to Old Geelong. Sportscover Arena hosted the two closest games of Week 1 of the finals series. The second semi final in Division 1 saw North Old Boys/St Pats win by just 2 points over Peninsula and are now reentering Premier C. North Old Boys combined with St Patricks, Ballarat in 2006 and were relegated to Division 1 in 2007. Mergers can take a period of time for integration to occur and with this year’s president hailing from the St Pat’s half they are reaping the rewards and a whole new opportunity awaits for this club. Our new extra time rules were put into place for the in the first semi final in Division one between Old Geelong and Whitefriars. At the end of normal time the teams were locked at 11.10.76 each of two. Both clubs went into a huddle and the captains summoned into the centre for the coin toss to select ends. Previously it was a straight swap of ends but this rule was changed last year. Two five minute halves of time on were played out and Old Geelong celebrated with a 2 point victory. For the record if the scores were level after the second half the timekeepers are instructed not to blow the siren until the next score. Congratulations also to Bulleen Templestowe and South Mornington who have gained promotion to Divisions 1 and 3 respectively. Bulleen Templestowe, a former A Section club, responded in the best possible way after being relegated last year. South Mornington entered the VAFA in 2007 and this is their first promotion after building a base following their success in securing the

Two sides have the opportunity to go through the sections in consecutive years - Parkdale Vultures and Prahran Assumption. They are endeavouring to win through to Premier C and Division 1 respectively after winning premierships in 2011. What is interesting to note is that both of these clubs are merged clubs similar to NOBS/St Pats in Division 1. In 2004, Parkdale Vultures commenced as a merge between Mentone Amateurs and Parkdale from the Southern Football League. This is the second year of the successful Prahran and Assumption College amalgamation. This is on the back of the outstanding success St Bedes/ Mentone Tigers had winning three consecutive flags in Premier C, B then A from 2006 - 08. The success of these clubs must have other clubs pondering such a move. The Premier Sections enter the finals this week and we have six blockbuster semis played at Sportscover Arena, Box Hill City Oval and Trevor Barker Oval, Sandringham. With the AFL making the strategic move of placing their finals at night so as not to take on the VAFA’s finals head to head, all focus will be on VAFA matches during the day. Make sure you keep abreast of all the action on your Live Scores app. Go to vafa.com.au for details on how to connect. For the second year we had the vote count completed live on 96.5 INR FM last Tuesday and Wednesday. In 2009, after a successful senior career at Richmond, Cam Howat returned to his schoolboy team Old Carey. In his four years in the VAFA, he has been a part of Old Carey’s 2010 Premier B premiership, toured Ireland in 2011, this year captained the senior Big V and on Wednesday was announced the winner of the Woodrow Medal as the Best and Fairest in the Premier Section. Congratulations to all the winners with a full list in the For the Love of the Game section of the Amateur Footballer. Front Cover: De La Salle’s Tyson Hunt

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PREMIER

Andrew Leonard

NOW FOR FINAL EXAMS What have we learnt from 18 rounds of football? The home and away season concluded last week and with studying over it’s time for exams. Do we have a premiership favourite? Who will pass the final exam with the best mark in 2012? On pure statistics you would have to say that the ladder positions are an accurate reflection on any market if one was to be framed When crunching the numbers of win/loss record against the other finalists Collegians come out on top with a record of 4-2. Old Xaverians and De La Salle both have a 3-3 record whilst Old Scotch is 2-4 against their finals opponents. What does it tell us? The answer is nothing. Finals are a different beast and for that reason Collegians can be happy with a win against Old Xavs last week, but it would be dangerous to expect the same again. Old Carey finished their season on a high with a win over De La Salle at home. Carey always match up well against De La and the Panthers led all day and were intent on ending their season on a happy note. There is no doubt they have enormous talent but losing three games by under a kick has ultimately cost them a place in September. Damien Yze kicked three to go top of the Sharp Shooters table and despite a late De La Salle fight back, Old Carey hung on to win their final game of 2012 by 14 points. Uni Blues were on the cusp of breaking their Brindisi Street hoodoo when they lead St Bedes/ Mentone Tigers by 14 points at the final change. St Bedes/Mentone Tigers proceeded to rattle on five unanswered goals in the final term to just two behinds from Uni Blues. Darcy Holden finished with five goals into end the Tigers season on a high. Both clubs will be keen to reset for a stronger showing in 2013, particularly earlier in the season. Old Trinity and Caulfield Grammarians played out an entertaining contest in their last game in Premier Section for at least a season. The relegated sides were both looking to end the season with a 2

smile and most observers were probably hoping that the Fielders could salute for the first time this year. Alas it wasn’t to be as Old Trinity kicked away to win by 38 points with four goals to Brett Howell and three to Andrew Ramsden to take him level with Old Carey’s Yze to share the goal kicking honours. Caulfield become the seventh team to record a winless season in the top section but the lessons learnt this year should keep them in good stead for a massive tilt at the Premier B premiership in 2013. For Old Trinity the question remains will Rambo play on? Old Scotch have found some devastating form in recent weeks. The come from behind win against Old Carey has lifted their confidence levels, trust and belief in each other to all time highs. They are playing fast, exciting football and it was on display against St Bernards at Camberwell last Saturday. A nine goal second term was merely the centerpiece in a display that should have De La Salle checking the video this week. Lach Hill was on the end of five goals and Matt Burns four as the Cardinals sourced multiple avenues to goal. St Bernards would be happy with their season, for a time they were a chance of playing finals before injuries took their toll. Five goals to Andrew Merrington was a good return and winning the last quarter with six goals to one is a fond memory to take into pre-season. Collegians were pleased with the win over Old Xaverians but won’t be taking it for granted. Collegians had 10 more scoring shots, had three players kick 4.11 between them and prevailed by 10 points. The highlight of the day was the mark of the year that wasn’t. Collegians backman Will Tardif flew above the pack on the goal line to haul down a Shaun Smith like screamer only for the goal umpire to adjudicate that Ben Kennedy’s kick for goal had crossed the line for six points. (check the photo on the inside back cover of the record) Tardif was denied as were Old Xaverians, but this TODAY SELECTIONS IN BOLD

SEMI FINAL 2 Collegians v Old Xaverians

SEMI FINAL 1 De La Salle v Old Scotch

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was just a mock exam, the real stuff happens this weekend. Collegians v Old Xaverians Collegians should be confident that they have the game to defeat Old Xaverians. Old Xavs on the other are either foxing or have some question marks on their form. It’s always hard to tell how a side’s form is going when they have been locked in to a double chance for a few weeks. Perhaps Xavs have been coasting? Both sides have players to return to their best 22 and both have injury clouds over key players. Jon Mercuri rolled his ankle and doesn’t look a likely starter but Matt Handley should return from a week off. Whether they get balance out of that swap is a question for Andy Gowers and his match committee. Trent Zimbachs also seemed to roll an ankle last week but he should play. They also have Jack Bull to return and a certain Nick Sautner who is almost right. So to a prediction, if the game is anything like last week then we are in for a treat. Collegians are in form and have the momentum so should

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Old Carey 5.1, 9.3, 11.5, 12.8 (80) De La Salle 3.2, 4.6, 7.8, 9.12 (66) GOALS, Old Carey: D. Yze 3, B. Smithwick 2, M. Laidlaw 2, R. Josephs 1, J. Rowe 1, S. Freemantle 1, A. Stewart-Holmes 1, S. Harris 1 De La Salle: B. Eddy 3, N. Roberts 2, J. Phillips 1, S. Pickett 1, J. Vickers 1, D. Close 1 BEST, Old Carey: R. Josephs, J. Rowe, M. Parker, S. Freemantle, L. Mcqueen-Miscamble, M. Laidlaw De La Salle: S. Haslem, D. Lowe, J. Gotch, T. Moloney, J. Baxter, T. Hunt Old Trinity 5.2, 8.10, 12.15, 18.18 (126) Caulfield Grammarians 5.3, 7.3, 11.5, 13.10 (88) GOALS, Old Trinity: B. Howell 4, A. Ramsden 3, A. Heuston 2, B. Iezzi 2, P. Mescher 1, J. Hunt 1, N. Hunt 1, G. Hamilton 1, B. Barratt 1, F. Stewart 1, D. Chamberlain 1 Caulfield Grammarians: B. Sinclair 4, B. Price 2, T. O’Sullivan 2, L. Everett 2, D. Pelchen 1, L. Price 1, T. Quinn 1 BEST, Old Trinity: K. Butler, N. Hunt, J. Steinhart, B. Iezzi, J. Gale Caulfield Grammarians: B. Sinclair, M. Nelson, M. Liddell, D. Scheetz, T. O’Sullivan, T. Sundberg Old Scotch 6.2, 15.3, 21.6, 22.10 (142) St Bernards 4.5, 5.10, 8.13, 14.20 (104) GOALS, Old Scotch: L. Hill 5, M. Burns 4, C. Watts 3, M. Seed 2, M. Van den Broek 2, A. Lim 1, S. Barnett 1, J. Davis 1, G. Van den Broek 1, A. Pike 1, A. Houlihan 1 St Bernards: A. Merrington 5, B. George 2, L. O’Sullivan 1, C. Mitchell 1, T. Gleeson 1, T. Caven 1, J. Madden 1, A. Grosso 1, D. Byrne 1 BEST, Old Scotch: M. Burns, R. Eva, T. Mckinley, M. Van den Broek, L. Hill, A. Houlihan St Bernards: N. Cooke, A. Merrington, J. Madden, A. Singleton, L. O’Sullivan, C. Mitchell Collegians 0.6, 4.9, 7.13, 9.18 (72) Old Xaverians 3.4, 6.5, 8.5, 9.8 (62) GOALS, Collegians: C. Blumfield 3, T. Zimbachs 1, N. Corp 1, J. Dixon 1, S. Taft 1, C. Lee 1, N. Ries 1 Old Xaverians: J. Williams 3, B. Kennedy 2, D. Harangozo 2, B. Goss 1, D. LYNCH 1 BEST, Collegians: C. Holst, C. Blumfield, J. Harvey, C. Hylton, S. Inglis, C. Lee Old Xaverians: P. Ambrose, R. Colbert, M. Ball, B. Kennedy, O. Gidley, J. Williams St Bedes / Mentone Tigers 5.1, 7.2, 12.3, 17.8 (110) University Blues 4.2, 9.3, 14.5, 14.7 (91) GOALS, St Bedes / Mentone Tigers: D. Holden 5, G. Rowlands 3, S. Glennen 3, M. Curcio 2, C. Richards 1, L. Stutterd 1, L. Terrell 1, D. Waters 1 University Blues: J. Watts 4, H. Mcdonald 2, J. Nash 2, P. Gardiner 1, B. Mcconnell 1, M. Torney 1, C. Frinsdorf 1, J. Mugavin 1, M. Rippon 1 BEST, St Bedes / Mentone Tigers: D. Holden, C. Richards, D. Garside, S. Richards, M. Wintle, L. Stutterd University Blues: J. Mugavin, J. Watts, B. Mcconnell, A. Austin, W. Cuningham, M. Monteith

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win by 13 points. De La Salle v Old Scotch De La Salle’s form line is a harder read than the Art of War. One week they are up the next they get beaten. De La had a great quarter against Old Xavs sandwiched by losses to Old Carey and St Bedes/Mentone. More worrying was their last match against Sunday’s opponents Old Scotch. Yes, there were players out and yes, De La have virtually had the last few weeks knowing they were playing finals but the lack of consistency make them hard to tip. Old Scotch are the complete opposite and in recent weeks have been building their form to a finals like standard. On form alone I lean to Old Scotch by 24 points but who knows, finals are a different beast.

PREMIER RESERVE De La Salle 5.2, 10.5, 18.9, 24.14 (158) Old Carey 0.2, 2.4, 3.5, 3.8 (26) GOALS, De La Salle: T. Parker 5, N. Fyfield 4, M. Duggan 4, L. Bull 3, A. Palmer 2, E. Espinosa 1, R. Harris 1, D. Griffin 1, N. Roberts 1, J. Crowe 1, A. Roberts 1 Old Carey: S. Lenders 2, L. Marriott 1 BEST, De La Salle: L. Bull, A. Roberts, J. Crowe, J. Hansen, M. Nankervis, M. De Luca, M. Duggan Old Carey: R. Mitchelhill, L. Mckinnon, H. Mcqueen-Miscamble, C. Wallace, N. Colbert, B. Fordham Caulfield Grammarians 6.5, 13.11, 19.15, 25.19 (169) Old Trinity 1.2, 2.2, 2.4, 5.5 (35) GOALS, Caulfield Grammarians: D. Daly 3, A. Strain 3, M. Hacket 3, N. Karoly 2, J. Stewart 2, W. Berry 2, A. Clarke 2, J. Quayle 1, D. Allanson 1, D. Tobias 1, F. Mcardle 1, S. Howard 1, C. Fagan 1, Z. Parsons 1 Old Trinity: W. Bowman 3, M. Brown 1, D. Constantinou 1 BEST, Caulfield Grammarians: W. Berry, T. Nixon, J. Mclean, D. Daly, N. Karoly, A. Clarke Old Trinity: K. Spassopoulos, J. Petdro, N. Chamberlain, R. Gillies, D. Coulsen-Hoffacker, A. Prittie Old Scotch 2.5, 7.8, 12.12, 19.18 (132) St Bernards 3.1, 3.3, 5.6, 6.7 (43) GOALS, Old Scotch: L. Armstrong 3, N. Allen 3, W. Strange 3, A. Tummel 2, T. Mead 1, M. Davis 1, J. Clarke 1, H. Dick 1, J. Halbert 1, S. Barnett 1, M. Peric 1, C. Mcdonough 1 St Bernards: S. Clarke 3, J. Rose 1, B. Peart 1, C. Forder 1 BEST, Old Scotch: L. Armstrong, W. Strange, A. Gray, M. Davis, N. Allen, J. Clarke St Bernards: S. Cannatelli, K. Farrell, S. Clarke, M. Sweeney, J. Rose Collegians 3.2, 5.3, 7.6, 9.7 (61) Old Xaverians 2.2, 4.4, 4.6, 6.7 (43) GOALS, Collegians: B. Dixon 2, D. Russo 1, S. Cutts 1, T. Penberthy 1, J. Hampton 1, L. Whitby 1, D. Maddock 1, S. Hall 1 Old Xaverians: C. Larkins 3, D. Iacuone 1, F. Paterson 1, M. Hannan 1 BEST, Collegians: N. Bobeff, S. Evans, T. Penberthy, A. Howison, J. Band-Conrick, A. Stone Old Xaverians: E. Prowse, A. Ryan, S. Lees, J. Pintal, M. Walsh, J. Scanlan University Blues 5.5, 7.10, 12.13, 21.16 (142) St Bedes / Mentone Tigers 3.0, 4.0, 5.0, 5.0 (30) GOALS, University Blues: J. Vickers-Willis 8, D. Barton 3, H. Weddell 2, N. Hardie-Grant 2, B. Laidlaw 1, M. Leishman 1, J. Mugavin 1, A. Nice 1, D. Withers 1, J. Townley 1 St Bedes / Mentone Tigers: J. Heron 2, S. Napier 1, L. Porter 1, N. Kane 1 BEST, University Blues: J. Vickers-Willis, A. Nice, D. Withers, S. Driscoll, H. Weddell, A. Weddell St Bedes / Mentone Tigers: J. Heron, L. Porter, D. Foot-Connolly, N. Seeber, M. Mcgettigan, S. Napier

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PREMIER B

Di Langton

THE FINAL FOUR, THE SILLY SIX With no cinderella stories rising from the last home and away fixture, the final four remains unchanged. Blacks take minor premiership honours, Skevs hang onto the double chance, Beauy tuck into third and OMs make up the quaddie. There are probably a few fairy stories however coming from the Silly Sunday and Mad Monday exploits of those who have once again pulled on tu-tus, tiaras and fishnet stockings. Nothing wrong with footballers letting off steam and bonding in harmless post-season nuttiness, but why does it usually involve dressing as women? And petite women at that? Nuggety onballers swathed in feather boas, power forwards mincing about in Kylie Minogue hotpants while burly backmen pirouette and squat in drunken grande-pliés a la the Black Swan. Men are so weird, we’ll never understand you! OLD HAILEYBURY finished with eleven wins and a full sail, claiming a juicy SKOB scalp last weekend. Another year establishing some consistency in B grade should help their next tilt at Premier, Gooda was a terrific pickup this year and young Seccull electric when free to ply his trade. OLD BRIGHTON also finished on the right side of the ledger with ten wins following a very strong back nine. Austen and Bruin were solid throughout and Anthony made a welcome return to senior footy. Coach Simon Williams will be getting his lads’ preparation underway much earlier for season 2013, watch for them next year. AJAX coach and popular Amateur journeyman Bernie Sheehy announced his retirement last weekend after four years at the Jacka helm. The incomparable Bernie steered his lads to a muchcelebrated Premier C flag last year and a safe berth in B grade for 2013. The step-up in class didn’t faze Team of the Year full forward David Fayman, who also wins this year’s Sharpshooter Award (60 goals). Fayman takes out the double4

double if you like, considering he claimed those same two honours last year in Premier C. WERRIBEE Districts avoid the bounce-back to Premier C, a feat in itself given an horrendous list of early-season injuries. Still, it meant blooding talented youngsters such as Bol Kolang. With a solid junior club connection and a robust winning culture the Tigers should reassert themselves in 2013. OAKLEIGH will be disappointed with relegation after finishing fifth last year however coach Stillman also had to contend with an endless stream of injuries, running 48 players through the seniors. Losing Holden and Jetta didn’t help – but Harold, Cleary and Lamb showed class. OLD IVANHOE struggled with just the solitary win but pushed a few sides. Hayden Heta made a welcome return, Nick Butler and Michael Delmonte toiled hard but the ‘Hoes are all tip and no iceberg until they recover from the pre-season raid that decimated their young ranks. SECOND SEMI FINAL PREVIEW After the loss to Old Haileybury last week St Kevins will be disappointed with their form coming into finals: the tri-colours were challenged through the midfield and inefficient with the ball, however their backline was very impressive - Sam Bishop in particular played a beauty. Skobber fans will be relieved to see a number of playmakers return to the line-up this week. Uni Blacks stitched up the minor premiership with a 22-goal drubbing of Old Ivanhoe; not really the best prep for finals either aside from kicking practice and a chance to TODAY SELECTIONS IN BOLD

SEMI FINAL 2 University Blacks v St Kevins

SEMI FINAL 1 Beaumaris v Old Melburnians

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rest a few aches and niggles. Mahon and Lahy are coming into great form and Levi Kalms’ raking left foot adds x-factor grunt to the Black’s silky band of finesse players. St Kevin’s coach Dan Harford has some heavy expectations on his shoulders (and a few tricks up his sleeve) while Matt Kempton would like nothing better than to hip and shoulder Uni Blues grasping the holy grail of Premier promotion. Both sides will be spurred on, don’t miss a brilliant showcase of quality amateur talent: Saturday at Box Hill City Oval. Blacks for mine in a thriller. FIRST SEMI FINAL PREVIEW Beaumaris won ugly last week, but winning form is winning form. Old Melburnians had a better showing with TOTY team-mates Beck (8) and Marangon showing their ample wares in a far slicker unit than the less-than-fit side first

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LAST ROUND

Beaumaris 3.3, 9.8, 13.12, 20.14 (134) AJAX 5.2, 9.4, 13.5, 19.10 (124) GOALS, Beaumaris: T. Buckley 5, W. Murton 4, M. Petering 3, S. Gower 2, L. Mcnicholas 1, S. Mclaren 1, B. Haynes 1, S. Braithwaite 1, T. Cumming 1, O. Webber 1 AJAX: D. Fayman 8, J. Lew 4, B. Caplan 2, W. Steinberg 2, J. Ludski 1, J. White 1, M. Kaye 1 BEST, Beaumaris: T. Buckley, W. Murton, B. Haynes, L. Mcnicholas, M. Ensor, J. Ward AJAX: D. Fayman, M. Jankie, W. Steinberg, R. Winograd, A. Caplan, J. White Old Haileybury 2.1, 5.3, 8.5, 17.7 (109) St Kevins 2.2, 4.5, 6.8, 8.9 (57) GOALS, Old Haileybury: T. Ridgway 4, W. Mctaggart 4, B. Seccull 2, J. Nicolopoulos 2, H. Mclauchlan 1, C. Millard 1, M. Stowe 1, D. Comben 1, M. Lillie 1 St Kevins: Z. Ginies 3, P. Aughton 2, H. Parkes 1, R. Caldow 1, J. Staffieri 1 BEST, Old Haileybury: P. Gleadhill, B. Seccull, L. Nash, J. Nicolopoulos, A. Woltering, N. Gooda St Kevins: S. Bishop, K. Wissell, M. Shanahan, P. Aughton, L. Dunne, B. Dowd Old Melburnians 6.2, 10.4, 14.11, 20.15 (135) Oakleigh 2.1, 3.2, 6.5, 8.10 (58) GOALS, Old Melburnians: C. Beck 8, L. Bennett 4, J. Beaumont 2, W. Hatfield 2, E. De Fegely 1, P. Kruger 1, N. Nixon 1, T. Paule 1 Oakleigh: C. Meyers 2, P. Ioannidis 1, S. Buchanan 1, P. Tsoucalas 1, T. Scott 1, J. Hunt 1, J. Pappon 1 BEST, Old Melburnians: C. Beck, A. Marangon, H. Macciolli, E. De Fegely, L. Haralambous, W. Johnson Oakleigh: T. Doherty, S. Doherty, P. Holden, P. Ioannidis, J. Pappon, N. Seel University Blacks 4.8, 9.13, 14.15, 23.17 (155) Old Ivanhoe 1.1, 1.2, 2.3, 3.5 (23) GOALS, University Blacks: J. Foster 7, J. Slabbert 3, C. Richardson 3, J. Matthews 3, A. Torney 2, C. Turner 1, L. Kalms 1, H. Lahy 1, C. Roberts 1, J. Gardiner 1 Old Ivanhoe: N. Butler 2, I. Dawkins 1 BEST, University Blacks: B. Mahon, H. Lahy, J. Foster, L. Kalms, A. Drysdale, N. Batten Old Ivanhoe: M. Mitris, A. Baldwin, H. Heta, R. Gieschen, M. Delmonte, E. Spargo Old Brighton 5.2, 8.6, 14.9, 15.13 (103) Werribee Districts 1.2, 4.9, 5.13, 10.16 (76) GOALS, Old Brighton: T. Mentiplay 10, B. Rawlinson 1, J. North 1, T. Clarke 1, B. Gadsden 1, J. Perrett 1 Werribee Districts: C. Molivas 2, A. Taylor 2, A. Alifraco 1, N. Morrison 1, J. Huxtable 1, L. Johnston 1, S. Callea 1, S. Dean 1 BEST, Old Brighton: T. Mentiplay, A. Dewar, A. Edge, B. Rawlinson, T. Mariani, J. Dickerson Werribee Districts: M. Dean, J. Huxtable, J. Sargent, C. Molivas, C. Purton, L. Patterson

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inherited by Nathan Brown in the pre-season. The Sharks play well at Trevor Barker Oval and Jason Mifsud will field a mix of talented youth and finals warriors like Haynes and Dean. Young backman Lachie Boyd has impressed this year and his agility combined with Ensor’s streetsmarts will make things hard for the dark blue forwards. Mind you, Lachie Bennett’s tenacity and James Beaumont’s creativity all around the ground will be difficult to counter. It’s all or nothing on Sunday at Trevor Barker Oval, expect to see everything left out there on the field in this sudden death showdown. Another tight one, I’m tipping Beauy by less than three goals.

PREMIER B RESERVE Beaumaris 3.0, 8.3, 10.9, 17.14 (116) AJAX 2.1, 3.2, 5.3, 7.5 (47) GOALS, Beaumaris: T. Pritchard 4, T. Rayner 3, W. Mattingley 2, M. Millar 2, C. Langdon 2, G. Roberts 2, M. Defontenay 1, D. Pritchard 1 AJAX: J. Gocs 3, B. Michowski 1, A. Berman 1, R. White 1, J. Givoni 1 BEST, Beaumaris: T. Pritchard, G. Roberts, D. Pritchard, T. Rayner, T. Woolnough, M. Millar AJAX: N. Lewis, J. Gocs, A. Berman, A. LERNER, A. Kalb, R. Abraham Old Haileybury 1.4, 4.8, 8.10, 13.11 (89) St Kevins 5.1, 7.3, 10.5, 11.5 (71) GOALS, Old Haileybury: A. Mathers 3, P. Hutchinson 2, R. Mosbey 2, S. Fitzgerald 1, M. Seccull 1, D. Gilby 1, R. Mcmurray 1, J. Spanos 1, T. Coles 1 St Kevins: N. Hobson 4, D. Gibbs 2, L. Mcdonell 1, T. Marchesani 1, S. O’Connor 1, T. Bowden 1, T. O’Rourke 1 BEST, Old Haileybury: A. Mathers, M. Seccull, R. Mosbey, C. Hill, D. Mackenzie, R. Mathers St Kevins: T. O’Rourke, J. Liston, D. Mahoney, S. Landers, A. White, N. Hobson Old Melburnians 5.6, 11.10, 15.11, 18.21 (129) Oakleigh 0.2, 1.2, 1.2, 2.3 (15) GOALS, Old Melburnians: B. Mckie 4, B. Townsing 3, D. Hughes 2, E. Fanning 2, J. De Steiger 2, A. Coleridge 2, E. Hughes 2, C. Righetti 1 Oakleigh: M. Margetis 1, B. Hogan 1 BEST, Old Melburnians: E. Fanning, B. Mckie, D. Hughes, M. Mccoy, C. Righetti, J. De Steiger Oakleigh: S. Way, A. Murray, M. Bentham, B. Hogan, M. Bertucci, D. Ruddy University Blacks 5.4, 11.11, 15.19, 22.22 (154) Old Ivanhoe 1.1, 2.1, 2.2, 2.3 (15) GOALS, University Blacks: A. Cook 4, J. Crameri 4, A. Jesse 3, T. Brennan 3, J. Bismire 2, S. Myers 2, J. Gaylor 2, M. Aitken 1, J. Steadman 1 Old Ivanhoe: L. Bolzan 1, A. Steer 1 BEST, University Blacks: J. Gaylor, J. Crameri, A. Cook, A. Else, H. Guthrie, S. Myers Old Ivanhoe: A. Diorietes, J. O’Neill, M. Golden, L. Bolzan, D. Veli, A. Sheehan Old Brighton 6.2, 8.7, 11.13, 12.17 (89) Werribee Districts 3.2, 5.3, 7.4, 11.9 (75) GOALS, Old Brighton: B. Blatt 4, W. Bardoel 2, J. Salem 2, C. Mizzi 1, A. Taylor 1, N. Collins 1, D. Jennings 1 Werribee Districts: P. Keogh 3, T. Sapountzis 2, B. Armstrong 2, M. Smith 1, A. Taylor 1, M. Palmer 1, B. Paech 1 BEST, Old Brighton: W. Bardoel, N. Collins, J. Beaton, D. Jennings, J. Edge, A. Taylor Werribee Districts: J. Callea, B. Paech, A. Taylor, P. Keogh, M. Palmer, M. Smith

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PREMIER C

Simon Fuller

FITZROY GOALFEST SECURES SECOND SPOT With all five Round 18 games in Premier C having direct implications on the composition of the top four, spies from Fitzroy, Marcellin, Mazenod, PEGS and Old Camberwell would have been scattered at the different grounds, reporting back to HQ with exactly what their clubs needed to get to the promised land. In the end, the big winners were the Roys and the Nodders, who claimed second and fourth spot respectively, with great wins. One positive for Mazenod was that the number crunchers weren’t required. The equation was simple: win and they stayed in; lose and it would take a miracle. In front of a partisan crowd at their beloved Central Reserve, they booked their spot in the first semi final. The Nodders started well, but were inaccurate, with 19 scoring shots to eight only translating to a 26 point margin at the half. The inaccuracy continued through the third quarter, but the Nodders were in complete control, with the game over at three quarter time. From there, the sting went out of the contest and the game meandered towards the final siren. David Regan was Mazenod’s best player, while Ben Phibbs was back near his best and Chamath Jayaweera bagged five. For the Vultures, the loss was disappointing, but they finished clear on top for a reason and they will regroup in time for the highly anticipated clash with Fitzroy. Mark Kidner was their best. PEGS certainly did everything they could to make it to the top four, chalking up a big win at Monash. It was a polished display from the Grammar, who won all four quarters to finish the season on a high note. Chris Goullet capped off an outstanding season with another dominant performance, while Brett Hannah’s form, since promotion from the under 19s, has been another 6

highlight. For the Ashes, George Smyth, Andrew Hickey and Sam Baring again stood up. Old Camberwell needed Mazenod and PEGS to lose, along with winning its own game, to get back into fourth and they managed to hold up their end of the bargain, getting home in a cliffhanger against Rupertswood. Warren Carlyle and Rohan Kapoor starred for the home side in the win which ended a frustrating year on a high note. From Rupo’s perspective, the usual suspects all stood up: Leigh Brennan with six, Lachlan Baddeley, Mitch Gaunt and Matthew Quigley. As the Eagles made the short trip to Brockwell to take on Banyule, they were well aware that they needed to win big to give themselves a chance of hanging on to second spot. Unfortunately for Marcellin, the Bears had other ideas and, with scores from Brunswick Street no doubt being relayed through, the cue needed to be put in the rack. Tom Jones has blossomed for the Eagles and Jarrod Carlson had another great game. For Banyule, Ryan Hay was their best, kicking four. With half a percent separating Marcellin and Fitzroy after Round 17, it was basically a case of the Roys needing to beat the Rovers by more than Marcellin beat Banyule to take second spot. And after a pretty pedestrian first stanza, Fitzroy produced three of the finest quarters any team has displayed this season, ramming home 28 of their 32 goals and pushing the margin in the vicinity of 200. Fifteen Roys got their names TODAY SELECTIONS IN BOLD

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on the goal kickers list, with Cations notching six. Jack Parkinson and Josh Vansittart were other standouts in a win that will fill the Roys with confidence ahead of their finals campaign. The Rovers skipper, Leigh Fletcher, finished the season as he started, at the bottom of every pack and giving his side everything he had. Parkdale Vultures v Fitzroy The finals commence on Saturday, with the second semi between Parkdale and Fitzroy at Trevor Barker Oval, in Sandringham. It’s hard to know how much to take out of the performances in Round 18, as the importance of their games to the teams’ final standings were at opposite ends of the spectrum. Sandringham is a tough ground to play on and it’s often blowing a gale down there, so the team that adapts quickest to the conditions will have a distinct advantage. Parkdale won both games during the season,

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Marcellin 2.5, 8.10, 15.11, 18.13 (121) Banyule 2.2, 6.2, 9.6, 13.8 (86) GOALS, Marcellin: S. Abrahams 4, J. Carlson 3, T. Stafford 3, B. Kerton 2, J. Bortolotto 2, T. Carlson 1, D. Jarred 1, T. Butler 1, M. Bortolotto 1 Banyule: R. Hay 4, A. Barclay 3, J. Rice 2, J. Langford 1, . Hooper 1, B. Walsh 1, S. Mckenzie 1 BEST, Marcellin: T. Jones, J. Crimmins, J. Carlson, M. Bortolotto, M. Holmes, P. Millsom Banyule: R. Hay, B. Walsh, D. Gayfer, . Hooper, A. Brown, S. Hills Fitzroy 4.9, 11.16, 20.19, 32.22 (214) Hampton Rovers 2.0, 4.1, 4.2, 4.2 (26) GOALS, Fitzroy: S. Cations 6, R. Angiolella 4, C. Polidoras 4, M. Allen 3, M. Kyroussis 3, T. Cheshire 2, S. Baker 2, J. Dimond 1, J. Vansittart 1, T. Hudson-Bevege 1, M. Cussen 1, J. O’Reilly 1, J. Parkinson 1, W. Fenton 1, J. Dalton 1 Hampton Rovers: E. Turner 2, M. Fletcher 1, J. Sperring 1 BEST, Fitzroy: J. Parkinson, J. Vansittart, C. Polidoras, M. Kyroussis, S. Cations, J. Dalton Hampton Rovers: L. Fletcher, T. WITHEROW, J. Dillon, S. Clements, M. Care, E. Turner Mazenod 3.6, 9.10, 13.16, 15.20 (110) Parkdale Vultures 3.1, 6.2, 7.3, 11.6 (72) GOALS, Mazenod: C. Jayaweera 5, B. Castledine 2, N. Gentile 1, R. Mann 1, R. Thomas 1, B. Chamberlain 1, B. Phibbs 1, L. Greco 1, T. Bourbon 1, S. Jones 1 Parkdale Vultures: B. Hampton 3, D. Rochford 3, R. Hayward 2, L. Platt 1, C. Ryan 1, M. Boland 1 BEST, Mazenod: D. Regan, C. Smith, T. Bourbon, D. Chamberlain, B. Phibbs, S. Jones Parkdale Vultures: M. Kidner, T. Redmond, B. Hampton, D. Miller, L. Platt, D. Rochford PEGS 6.5, 10.8, 14.11, 18.14 (122) Monash Blues 0.4, 3.7, 4.11, 5.13 (43) GOALS, PEGS: D. Forrest 4, J. Rogers 3, M. Wilson 2, D. Flaherty 2, C. Tzambazis 2, N. Bartram 1, L. Fitzgerald 1, B. Hannah 1, T. Skurrie 1, R. Jones 1 Monash Blues: J. Gallagher 2, A. Hickey 1, A. Armstrong 1, Z. Ledin 1 BEST, PEGS: C. Goullet, B. Hannah, T. Skurrie, D. Ryan, D. Perera, D. Forrest Monash Blues: G. Smyth, A. Hickey, J. Griffiths, J. Cosgriff, S. Baring, Z. Ledin Old Camberwell 5.5, 6.10, 11.12, 15.15 (105) Rupertswood 2.1, 7.4, 11.10, 15.11 (101) GOALS, Old Camberwell: W. Carlyle 4, S. Needham 3, J. Heffernan 2, N. Latsas 2, A. Stewart 1, N. Tsindos 1, J. Duke 1, S. Bennett 1 Rupertswood: L. Brennan 6, L. Baddeley 2, M. Gaunt 2, B. Brennan 2, A. Smith 1, J. Bradley 1, B. Gay 1 BEST, Old Camberwell: R. Kapoor, W. Carlyle, S. Needham, H. Levvey, A. Lattuada, B. Hart Rupertswood: L. Baddeley, M. Smith, M. Quigley, M. Gaunt, B. Swallow, B. Gay

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but I think the Roys might turn the tables and be the first team to earn promotion to Premier B Section for 2013. Marcellin v Mazenod Mazenod and Marcellin will do battle in the first semi on Sunday at Box Hill. The Nodders have had a fantastic run after a 1-4 start and have a real belief that they can beat anyone. Meanwhile, Marcellin has been one of the standout teams all season and they were also able to knock off the Vultures in the past month. It will be a starstudded contest between two proud clubs and it should go right down to the wire. I’m tipping Marcellin to just get up in a thriller.

PREMIER C RESERVE Marcellin 5.3, 6.4, 7.7, 10.9 (69) Banyule 4.0, 4.0, 6.1, 9.1 (55) GOALS, Marcellin: D. Gartner 2, T. Blanch 2, D. Fraser 1, T. Money 1, S. Crapper 1, A. Coburn 1, H. Lee 1, J. Mcintyre 1 Banyule: A. Edwards 2, S. O’Callaghan 2, B. Kelly 2, N. Taylor 1, Z. Wenke 1, M. Crema 1 BEST, Marcellin: D. Gartner, J. Mcintyre, D. Marson, D. Isaac, S. Kemp, A. Mcglin Banyule: N. Taylor, A. Hopgood, B. Kelly, A. Edwards, J. Knape, D. Shepherd Fitzroy 6.4, 12.12, 18.17, 26.20 (176) Hampton Rovers 1.0, 3.0, 3.3, 4.4 (28) GOALS, Fitzroy: M. Racovalis 6, J. Beech 4, A. Harbor 3, N. Jumeau 3, C. Moore 2, M. Coad 2, J. Mcgee 2, D. Kynigopoulos 1, T. Biscaro 1, G. Hesse 1, D. Pound-Palmieri 1 Hampton Rovers: M. Dynon 1, L. Mccarthy 1, T. Cougan 1, W. Lingard 1 BEST, Fitzroy: P. O’Connor, M. Lee, J. Clark, D. Pound-Palmieri, A. Harbor, M. Racovalis Hampton Rovers: L. Woodland, H. Scholes, W. Lingard, S. Howe, K. Mcneil, M. Dynon Mazenod 3.2, 6.7, 12.9, 15.13 (103) Parkdale Vultures 1.2, 3.3, 4.5, 7.5 (47) GOALS, Mazenod: T. Bailey 3, J. Beard 2, C. Bray 2, R. Power 2, C. Raine 1, A. Bray 1, C. Keane 1, B. Woods 1, P. Iacovangelo 1, T. Vallance 1 Parkdale Vultures: R. Irvine 3, M. Ferguson 1, S. Jones 1, D. Lonsdale 1, C. Lacey 1 BEST, Mazenod: D. Hansen, T. Bailey, L. Castledine, C. Keane, S. Mann, A. Bray Parkdale Vultures: R. Irvine, M. Todd, D. Mccarthy, M. Ferguson, M. Hayes, D. Graham Monash Blues 3.4, 5.6, 10.9, 11.12 (78) PEGS 2.4, 5.5, 6.6, 11.12 (78) GOALS, Monash Blues: H. Devanny 3, J. Samuels 2, M. Simpson 2, A. Young 1, D. Meehan 1, P. Featonby 1, W. Blackley 1 PEGS: D. Podger 3, J. Tootell 2, L. Flaherty 2, D. Roscoe 1, A. Palmer 1, J. Watson 1, D. Cantwell 1 BEST, Monash Blues: not provided PEGS: D. Bianchi, A. Bell, D. Pound, K. Twentyman, J. Webster, D. Cantwell Old Camberwell 5.3, 11.5, 17.9, 22.15 (147) Rupertswood 0.2, 1.4, 2.4, 2.4 (16) GOALS, Old Camberwell: C. Hillier 5, C. Bell 4, M. Cottrell 3, D. Schmidt 3, A. Lloyd 3, R. Henderson 1, J. Edwards 1, J. Hinkley 1, M. Decarne 1 Rupertswood: J. Chapman 1, M. Piazza 1 BEST, Old Camberwell: A. Lloyd, C. Bell, P. Storey, M. Cottrell, J. Hinkley, S. Warr Rupertswood: J. Swallow, D. Johnson, L. Smith, P. Barry, J. Ata, M. Morrice

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MEDAL COUNTS ON INNER FM For the second year in a row the seven senior sections of the VAFA had their vote counts broadcast live on 96.5 Inner FM over Tuesday and Wednesday night of this week. Members of Inner FM’s commentary team hosted the evenings as the votes were read out and interviewed the medallists as soon as the winners were known. Congratulations to all medal winners from all sections

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PREMIER – THE WOODROW MEDAL

PREMIER B – THE MOORE MEDAL

CAM HOWAT – OLD CAREY

CHARLIE RICHARDSON – UNI BLACKS

Cam has been playing off the back flank for Old Carey this year setting up and creating their attacks with his precise left foot kicking. He was also made Co-Captain of the club in 2012 and was a runaway winner of the Woodrow this year with 21 votes, seven votes clear of his nearest rival.

With 20 votes Charlie beat out his teammate Andrew Willingham to the Moore Medal by two votes thanks to a best on ground display in the final game of the year. The ruckman Willingham had been putting the ball down his throat for most of the season but Richardson was all class every time he got the ball.

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PREMIER C – THE ZACHARIAH MEDAL JARROD CARLSON – MARCELLIN The vice captain has been instrumental in his team’s success in 2012. Jarrod has led from the front for Marcellin’s push into the finals as they look to make their way back to the upper echelons of amateur football. DIVISION 1- THE PEPPER MEDAL MATT KEOWN – NOBS / ST PATRICKS The skipper has been phenomenal this year in leading his side to a 17-1 season and a monumental come from behind two point win in their second semi final last weekend. Keown is now a back to back winner after being a joint winner of last year’s Division 1 Pepper Medal. Matt won this year more comfortably with 23 votes giving him three votes of breathing space this time around.

DIVISION 3 – THE HUTCHINSON MEDAL PAUL HARRIS - IVANHOE AFC Paul has been a midfield general for Ivanhoe in

DIVISION 2 – THE FULLERTON MEDAL DAVID WEST – ST MARY’S SALESIAN A personally successful year won’t compensate for St Mary’s Salesian’s failure to make the finals but we congratulate David on winning the Fullerton Medal. In fact David was the only player from the seven senior sections to win the competition best and fairest in a team that didn’t make the finals. David won the closest medal count in the seven sections

2012 helping them on their fun to second spot on the ladder. A regular in and under packs, the 33 year old would love nothing more than to taste Premiership glory in the coming weeks.

DIVISION 4 – THE MEEHAN MEDAL JORDAN LAMPI – POINT COOK Jordan has been a dynamic player for Point Cook as they pushed towards a first finals campaign. A regular midfielder who has drifted forward, his skill and poise under pressure have been a highlight in 2012. The 19 year old has a promising future at the club with younger brother Jessi also picking up votes this year we could be in for a Lampi dynasty. THE AMATEUR FOOTBALLER 2012

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FREUDIAN SLIP Staying with Inner FM we turn our attention to a piece of commentary we heard at the start of the third quarter on Saturday. Broadcasting the Old Xaverians versus Collegians, commentator Andrew Leonard had a slip of the tongue he would rather forget. With Collegians looking to clear the ball of their halfback line we will hand over to Andrew: “Handpass goes

to Harvey who has time to s**t, ah to sit and deliver beautifully to Kondarovskis”. Obviously there is one extra letter there that turned the word ‘sit’ into something else. It drew an interesting response from the rest of the commentary team amongst the giggles for the next passage of play.

MARK OF THE YEAR THAT WASN’T Some of you might have caught the awesome Shaun Smith like grab of Collegians Will Tardif against Old Xaverians on the back inside cover of this week’s record. Whilst the mark was exceptional (you can catch a slo-mo replay on VAFA TV this week) unfortunately the ball had already crossed the line for a Ben Kennedy goal. Much to the disappointment of all at the ground!

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FINALS SERIES PASSES The VAFA Finals Series passes have been a big success and you can still buy yours online at vafa.com.au if you plan on attending more than 4 finals or even four different venues then you will get your monies worth. A reminder to all spectators attending finals that you are not permitted to bring your dog or any animals to VAFA finals venues. You will be turned away at the gate so avoid disappointment and leave your pet at home.

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De La Salle’s James Crowe is a tough, courageous midfielder and a two time U19 premiership player. He was a key member of the 2011 Reserves premiership team, and was a member of the senior grand final team in 2009. James was awarded as the U19 most consistent in 2006, Reserves most consistent in 2010 and runner up in the Reserves Best and Fairest in 2011.

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De La Salle’s Steve Hogan is a tall and mobile utility with terrific pace and stamina for a big man. A key member of the clubs strong reserves team Steve was an U19 premiership player in 2008.

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De La Salle’s Sam Pickett is one of the best forwards in the competition and certainly one of the most exciting. A brilliant high mark, Sam is almost unstoppable on his day. In addition to his marking and goal kicking feats Sam is known for his courage and attack on the football. A crowd favourite at De La Salle, he is an U19s premiership player, VAFA representative, senior leading goal kicker in 2009, 2010 and 2011 and has several best and fairest placings.

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Collegians Ben Holst has had a remarkable return to football after a seven year hiatus due to work commitments. He is playing sensational footy and it’s great to have him back at the club.

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Marcellin’s Tom Jones has been a mainstay of the Eagles senior outfit since his first game at the club in 2007. Playing various roles due to his size and strength, Tom has been extremely adaptable and has now found himself leading a very strong Eagles backline as they head into the finals. Besides being a leader on the ground, Tom has been a leader off field as well helping run the day to day operations and social events the club offers. Tom is integral to ensuring the continued off field successes of the MOCFC.

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Fitzroy’s Tom Cheshire joined the club in 2007 after playing for the Fitzroy Juniors, and played in the U19 Premiership that year. Tom played four seasons of U19s and in 2010 ‘graduated’ into the Seniors where he won the club’s Rising Star Award and has played nearly all of his football. He has also played a handful of Reserves games.

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Oakleigh’s Tim Doherty first played with the Seniors against Mazenod in round 14, 2008 and has now established himself has a consistent senior player.

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Oakleigh’s Pat Ioannidis first played with the Krushers against Beaumaris in round 2, 2010 and was also a 2010 Under 19 premiership player.

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Fitzroy’s Max Oliver has celebrated his 50th game for the club. He joined the club in 2009 and has played U19s, Clubbies and this year Thirds. Max has also on a number of occasions this year donned the white and was a field umpire for the club’s Clubbies games.

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DIVISION 1

Darren Dawson

A WEEK-END FOR THE AGES Last week-end was truly a showcase of amateur football. Perfect footy weather, excellent conditions at Sportscover Arena, and above all, four clubs determined to give their all in their respective semi-finals. With all these factors in play, is it any wonder that both semis were decided by two points? Furthermore, both of the victorious teams overcame three-quartertime deficits, with one game going into extra time. It was a week-end for the ages; one which has set the stage for a thrilling preliminary final today. Second Semi review: On Saturday, North Old Boys – St Patrick’s hit the ground running, controlling possession for most of the first quarter but failing to hurt their opponents on the scoreboard. In fact, that inability to score goals was a pattern which would continue – for both teams - throughout the day. NOBs’ midfield was on top, but the seven-point lead at the first break was not reflective of their dominance to that point. Given their quality, it is not surprising that Peninsula Old Boys worked their way back into the match, with their midfielders taking control and providing good supply to the forwards. A four goal to one term saw the pendulum swing in favour of the Pirates. The third term was a tough grind, with the defences of both teams well on top; one goal for the quarter was all either team could manage, with poor conversion still continuing to be a factor. However, it was during this period that I felt NOBs on-ballers were beginning to claw their way back into it. At the final break, the Pirates held a handy (in a low-scoring affair) 14

ten-point buffer. And when Peninsula scored the first goal, it was suddenly difficult to see NOBs winning – another goal would probably have sealed it, but some gettable chances were missed. But all of a sudden the game started to open up: Hosking at half-back took a telling grab from a kickout, the hard-working Brady was finding space as were Cassell, Ezard and Porter. The ball was now spending plenty of time in NOBs forward half. Keown also took three telling grabs to keep the game alive. NOBs began peppering the goals but it took the nerveless Horsley and Ryan, with back-toback majors, to edge their team into the lead shortly before the final siren. It was a mostdeserving victory, which will long be talked about at Gillon Oval. Best for Peninsula were the tireless Stefan Barbour, who kept getting up after being crunched, Cade Bannister and Stuart Grigg with three goals. First Semi review: Who would have anticipated that Saturday’s quality and excitement would be bettered in Sunday’s encounter? Although a little blustery, conditions were again excellent. Whitefriars took advantage of their early use of the breeze, and booted 5-5 to take a handy 22-point lead into the quarter-time break. Although Old Geelong had plenty of the ball in the second term, they recorded up to a dozen turnovers, which meant they could make scant inroads into the deficit. Friars retained a threegoal lead at the main break. But the tempo of TODAY SELECTIONS IN BOLD

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the match began to change in the third and, although they took a 20-point lead into the orange-break, the Friars looked to be tiring.

proud of his charges’ fighting attitude.

Goals were exchanged early in the last, but OGs were beginning to get on top through Tymms, Rockefeller and Bayles. With ten minutes remaining, Old Geelong hit the front for the first time, but conceded a goal instantaneously. A goal-mouth scramble saw O’Brien dribble a long shot through for a point to tie up the scores. When the siren sounded, it meant extra time. Old Geelong proved too strong in both halves of the extra period, although Friars did not go down without a fight: Mirabella’s long goal narrowing the margin to make for some tense final moments. Tom Pollett, Jarrod Scannell and Rob Petracca (4 goals) were the best for Whitefriars. Coach Theo Vlahos was left to ponder what might have been, but remained

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Semi Final 2 North Old Boys/St Pats v. Peninsula North Old Boys/St Pats 3.6, 4.9, 5.12, 8.17 (65) Peninsula 2.5, 6.8, 7.10, 8.15 (63) GOALS, North Old Boys/St Pats: M. Firman 3, L. Ezard 1, T. Patterson 1, C. Horsley 1, S. Sleep 1, P. Ryan 1 Peninsula: S. Grigg 3, J. Pomeroy 1, S. Payze 1, V. Clarke 1, S. Barbour 1, N. Fisher 1 BEST, North Old Boys/St Pats: C. Hosking, M. Firman, T. Brady, J. Cassell, D. Delmenico, P. Shepherd Peninsula: S. Barbour, . Bannister, A. Wood, S. Grigg, T. Stainforth, R. Bambery Semi Final 1 OLD GEELONG v. WHITEFRIARS Old Geelong 2.1, 4.5, 6.5, 12.14 (86) Whitefriars 5.5, 7.5, 9.7, 12.12 (84) GOALS, Old Geelong: R. Mcevoy 5, J. O’Shea 2, C. O’Brien 2, H. Timms 1 Whitefriars: R. Petracca 4, J. Daou 3, D. Tibaldi 2, A. Woods 2, M. Mirabella 1 BEST, Old Geelong: H. Timms, W. Symons, M. Collister, P. Ellis, C. O’Brien, E. Bayles Whitefriars: T. Pollett, J. Scannell, R. Petracca, J. Daou, R. Storey, D. Loh

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have taken huge strides this season under seventh-placed also-rans to being on the cusp of Premier C. It would be a huge effort to come from those depths to win their way through to the grand final. HHaving “done the double” over Peninsula this season, they will head into today’s match full of confidence. But the Pirates are a hardened finals outfit, and have a steady hand at the tiller in coach Brett McIlwraith. Last week’s despair may be the extra motivation they require to reverse those two home-andaway losses. Doubtless it will be another thriller. But for me, the experience of the Pirates will be telling, and they should prevail by around ten points.

DIVISION ONE RESERVE Semi Final 2 OLD GEELONG v. PENINSULA Old Geelong 1.3, 4.8, 7.12, 10.18 (78) Peninsula 1.2, 4.4, 6.7, 8.10 (58) GOALS, Old Geelong: E. Stevens 4, W. Harris 2, R. Herd 1, T. Hope-Johnstone 1, S. Lansdell 1, N. Waters 1 Peninsula: S. Murray 2, S. Buchanan 2, D. O’Malley 1, B. Roberts 1, J. Archdeacon 1, T. Scarpella 1 BEST, Old Geelong: N. Waters, E. Stevens, A. Power, D. Wood, C. Bolsin, T. Bear Peninsula: T. Grigg, C. O’Loughlin, R. White, A. Granger, L. Baker, T. Scarpella Semi Final 1 MHSOB v. Whitefriars MHSOB 0.0, 0.0, 0.0, 13.8 (86) Whitefriars 0.0, 0.0, 0.0, 8.6 (54) GOALS, MHSOB: N. Orchard 4, M. Hamilton-Ho 3, T. Fraczek 2, C. Hewish 2, A. Drew 1, M. Bowen 1 Whitefriars: S. Anderson 4, T. Baker 3, M. Larosa 1 BEST, MHSOB: T. Fraczek, C. Wright, C. Hewish, N. Orchard, M. Santomartino, J. Bunting Whitefriars: A. Gibbs, C. Taouk, S. Anderson, D. Tucker, L. Twomey, S. Allemand

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Rich Hummerston

OH WHAT A LOVELY DAY Much like the sun soaked day that greeted us on opening day way back in April, the remnants of the long, miserable winter made way for beautiful opening day of Spring. Fortunately for Eltham, Bulleen and Prahran, a similar weather pattern is forecast for our 2 remaining Saturday’s of the season. For Old Paradians, the blooming flowers and the unfamiliar tingle of sunlight on ones neck would be a double edged sword, their season coming to an expected, yet abrupt halt.

Strantzen that stood tall and performed admirably.

Despite the notable size difference in grounds, the windy conditions at Central Reserve would play into Old Paradians type football, a season spent on the smaller, grassless Garvey Oval putting them in good stead for a low-scoring, defensive game.

Keeping Eltham goalless in the second quarter, and with a handy 30 point buffer, Bulleen went on to further extend their lead, sending a frightening message to either Prahran or Eltham in the process.

Kicking against the breeze in the first, Old Paradians drew first blood, setting the scene for at least the first half, strangling the two-blues and forcing them wide. A return of 1 goal, 8 behinds their just reward. Trailing by 16 points at the half, the crowd were treated to the competition conquering twoblues we’ve all become accustomed to over the past 2 years, erasing the deficit, and then creating their own 8 point lead at the final change. With momentum, and as expected, the two blues were unstoppable, despite kicking into a stiff breeze, they pulled away. Efforts from Dempsey, Simpson, Musster and Sleight simply sensational, steering Prahran-Assumption to their yet another preliminary final.

Across the pond, the contest was not as rigorously fought, Bulleen Templestowe annihilating Eltham by 59 points. Squashing calls that the minor premiers had been in a form slump leading up to the finals, the Bullants lead from the first bounce, the usual suspects in Florance, Khouri and Chaerbakof dominating.

Joining the aforementioned in the best for Bulleen Templestowe was Rob Edsall and Daniel Dynon while for Eltham Johnny Laver, Matthew Crooks and Ryan Foo who deserve a mention. Old Eltham Assumption

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final, albeit to a weaker opponent while Eltham were belted by a far superior one. Still no difference.

I’m selecting Eltham, based purely on the fact that Sab kicked one extra goal than his full-

Adam Sleight kicked 68 goals for the season,

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Sab Ciavola 69. Aha, we have one!

LAST ROUND

forward counterpart in Adam Sleight!

DIVISION TWO RESERVE

Semi Final 2 BULLEEN TEMPLESTOWE v. OLD ELTHAM COLLEGIANS Bulleen Templestowe 3.4, 7.13, 10.16, 15.18 (108) Old Eltham Collegians 2.2, 2.3, 4.6, 7.7 (49) GOALS, Bulleen Templestowe: J. Khouri 3, P. Voglis 3, J. Cowell 2, J. Wise 2, P. Florance 2, O. Schmidt 1, C. Azer 1, K. Cherbakof 1 Old Eltham Collegians: J. Shea 1, C. Brown 1, J. Laver 1, S. Whiteside 1, S. Richardson 1, B. Galvin 1, A. Hargrave 1 BEST, Bulleen Templestowe: R. Edsall, D. Dynon, J. Cowell, P. Florance, P. Sartori, B. Tourogianis Old Eltham Collegians: J. Laver, M. Crooks, R. Foo, B. Galvin, A. Lendaro, A. Hargrave

Semi Final 2 OLD PARADIANS v. BULLEEN TEMPLESTOWE Old Paradians 2.0, 4.5, 7.8, 8.8 (56) Bulleen Templestowe 1.2, 1.4, 3.5, 7.10 (52) GOALS, Old Paradians: A. Asdagi 3, T. Gibbons 2, B. Holden 1, M. Raponi 1, A. Mascia 1 Bulleen Templestowe: A. Lauria 2, D. Dakin 2, D. Follacchio 1, D. Florance 1, A. Stavretis 1 BEST, Old Paradians: M. Lomax, A. Cunningham, R. Licciardi, S. Rehlicki, C. Shepherd, N. Bryce Bulleen Templestowe: A. Tehan, G. Chivers, N. Palumbo, d. Raneri, D. Voglis, A. Shankara

Semi Final 1 PRAHRAN ASSUMPTION v. OLD PARADIANS Prahran Assumption 1.8, 1.9, 4.13, 6.16 (52) Old Paradians 1.1, 4.4, 4.5, 5.6 (36) GOALS, Prahran Assumption: A. Simpson 3, J. Robbins 2, M. Pell 1 Old Paradians: M. Derham 2, A. Rendina 1, D. Mahony 1, D. Giddings 1 BEST, Prahran Assumption: P. Donahoo, B. Dempsey, D. Anglin, E. Macdonald, A. Simpson, A. Parsons Old Paradians: A. Rendina, M. Bellizia, S. Miller, D. Strantzen, A. Tulipano, J. Kandilakis

Semi Final 1 THERRY PENOLA v. PRAHRAN ASSUMPTION Therry Penola 6.6, 7.7, 10.9, 10.11 (71) Prahran Assumption 0.0, 4.3, 5.3, 5.8 (38) GOALS, Therry Penola: G. Henderson 3, J. Quinn 2, R. Brennan 1, M. Jones 1, D. Mckibbin 1, D. Angus 1, A. Ractliffe 1 Prahran Assumption: L. Giansiracusa 2, A. Wiggins 1, T. Matherson 1, R. Ellis 1 BEST, Therry Penola: D. Angus, A. Ractliffe, L. Reynolds, B. Budiono, G. Henderson, R. Brennan Prahran Assumption: L. Oliver, A. O’Hare, T. Matherson, A. Wiggins, L. Giansiracusa, M. Laverty

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VAFA Footy Show 9.00am Broadcast live from Sportscover Arena as Ken Petrucco, Andrew Holmes and Andrew Leonard get ready for VAFA Premier Finals. Speaking with Mark Hibbins coach of Collegians, American convert to Aussie Rule Zac Taylor who played in Old Geelong’s Club 18 Premiership side. And of course Alisatair Ewart from Winning Edge Presentations VAFA Match of the Day Saturday 1.45pm Premier Second Semi Final between Collegians and Old Xaverians VAFA Match of the Day Sunday 1.45pm Premier First Semi Final between De La Salle and Old Scotch

Streaming at northwestfm.org

LATE SCORES, FINES AND TRIBUNAL Late Scores - August 25 Beaumaris - Premier B Reserves St Kevins - Premier B Thirds PEGS - Premier C Reserves Marcellin - Premier C Thirds Old Geelong - Division 1 and Division 1 Reserves Incorrect Scores - August 25 Beaumaris- Premier B Reserves Marcellin- Premier C Reserves

Tribunal Results – 4 September, 2012 From 25 August *Stephen Ott, Oakleigh. Misconduct, 2 matches. From 2/3 September Matthew Petering, Beaumaris. Striking, 3 matches. Daniel Fraser, Marcellin (Reserves). Violently throwing an opponent, 5 matches. William Blackley, Monash Blues (Reserves). Spitting, 3 matches. *Daniel Barry, Rupertswood (Reserves). Audible obscenity to umpire, 2 matches. *Daniel Cantwell, PEGS (Reserves). Striking, 2 matches. *Daniel Kinder, St. Francis Xavier (Reserves). Striking, 2 matches. *Brad Rainbow, St. Francix Xavier (Reserves). Striking, 2 matches. *Accepted Prescribed Penalty Investigation Results – 4 September, 2012 Northern Blues and Collegians minor melee, Under-19 Section 3 match on 25 August. Both clubs accepted prescribed penalty of $150.

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DIVISION 3

Nick Wynne

THE SUBURBS In the suburbs I, I learned to drive. And you told me we’d never survive. You always seemed so sure, that one day we’d fight in a suburban world. In a suburban world, your part of town gets minor. Sometimes I can’t believe, that these suburban worlds are already colliding, the four sides that battled it out this weekend showed how valuable suburban wars can be. In what was possibly the nicest Melbourne afternoon in about four months, a sizeable crowd gathered at Northcote’s Bill Lawry Oval to see two suburban giants battle it out. Yarra Valley, waiting for the victor. Ivanhoe came ready to start, while it took their opponents UHS-VU a while to get going. The Hoers set about their task with open minds and it seemed as though it would be a blowout from the outset. Moose Close and Lachie Roberts headed the early assault, at quarter time Ivanhoe lead by a handy 19-points. After a lack lustre opening term Uni High’s big guns, Mark Temming and Declan Barlow, stood up and gave the Uni a bit of much needed dash through the middle of the ground. Uni High managed to draw the margin to within a couple of good kicks. Unfortunately that was as close as they got as Ivanhoe’s midfield took charge. Justin Harty and Paul Harris began to dominate the centre clearances, the former doing some of his finest work up forward. The late second quarter surge set the wheels in motion for what was to be a real confidence-boosting win for the Hoes. The second half started in a similar style to the first as the Hoes continued to push. Uni High 20

could only watch as the game as the lead drifted away from them. The margin blew out to 40 plus and that’s where it remained for the rest of the match. The always-impressive Moose jagged seven and as usual looked dangerous all day. Ryan Fort was excellent in the ruck, putting in a real old school performance, taking just about every contest without a rest. A closer game was held at another suburban arena, only a few postcodes over. Aquinas and Kew had arguably more on the line, the battle that ensued was indicative of that. Aquinas started the match better; their structures through the middle of the ground standing up under the immense pressure of finals football, not allowing Kew any time or space to play their running brand. The Bloods’ forward line was moving well and creating space, goals came easy as they skipped away to four-goal lead at the first change of ends. Kew having wasted vital opportunities in front their own big sticks found it difficult, but didn’t look out of it. In every game every team gets its chance. The difference between winning and losing, so often, is taking those opportunities especially when they come early in the match. Unfortunately for Kew the second quarter brought more of the same inaccuracy, but at least they managed to break even with the TODAY SELECTIONS IN BOLD

SEMI FINAL 2 Yarra Valley v Ivanhoe

SEMI FINAL 1 UHS-VU v Aquinas

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rampaging Bloods.

entertaining conclusion to the first elimination

The second half was one of the best of the year as both sides threw themselves at the football, showing no fear. Kew finally managed to put their constant forward forays into something meaningful, when they kicked four goals to Aquinas’ one in the third term, setting up a classic final quarter of division three football.

final. Kew got close and at one point looked like

It was hardly a shootout, but the pressure on the ball carrier was huge, which made for an

just get the feeling, that Uni High will do a Port

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LAST ROUND

Semi Final 1 AQUINAS v. KEW Aquinas 4.4, 5.5, 6.8, 8.9 (57) Kew 0.4, 1.6, 5.7, 7.10 (52) GOALS, Aquinas: S. Williams 3, J. Price 2, L. Mcdonald 1, M. Niezen 1, L. Toomey 1 Kew: M. Matheson 2, M. Henderson 2, N. Zaher 1, J. Fidanza 1, A. Brazzale 1 BEST, Aquinas: C. Willis, M. Niezen, A. Gommers, J. Perrett, L. Toomey, N. Morrison-Storey Kew: E. Roberts, J. Keeble, L. Woolrich, J. Bolding, M. Henderson, P. Brough Semi Final 2 IVANHOE v. UHS-VU Ivanhoe 4.3, 9.6, 12.10, 15.14 (104) UHS-VU 1.2, 5.3, 6.6, 8.10 (58) GOALS, Ivanhoe: A. Close 7, L. Roberts 2, J. Harty 2, M. Lovell 2, M. Skelly 1, G. Francis 1 UHS-VU: E. Pearson 2, B. Collins 2, C. Kelly 1, G. Guest 1, R. Matthews 1, L. Habel 1 BEST, Ivanhoe: J. Harty, G. Francis, P. Harris, C. Mitchell, D. Wood, A. Close UHS-VU: M. Temming, G. Guest, D. Barlow, R. Matthews, R. Keeley, B. Collins

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stealing the match, but all credit must go to Aquinas who managed to outlast a very classy outfit by five points. This Week: Despite Ivanhoe’s great performance this week, you can’t go past Yarra Valley, and I Adelaide circa 2001 and go out in straight sets.

DIVISION THREE RESERVE Semi Final 1 ST FRANCIS XAVIER v. UHS-VU St Francis Xavier 4.4, 5.4, 9.10, 11.11 (77) UHS-VU 0.0, 4.1, 4.2, 6.5 (41) GOALS, St Francis Xavier: C. Van Dam 3, A. Bolitho 1, B. Rainbow 1, M. Wynne 1, D. Kinder 1, D. Thomson 1, B. Sheehan 1, D. Healey 1, G. Bramich 1 UHS-VU: M. Sweeney 2, M. Young 1, D. Fazakerley 1, A. Certo 1, P. Mccosh 1 BEST, St Francis Xavier: C. Van Dam, B. Sheers, A. Pryor, C. Power, T. Shepherdson, C. Hughes UHS-VU: W. Smith, J. Bishop, T. Stephens, C. Certo, A. Certo, M. Assoua Semi Final 2 IVANHOE v. KEW Ivanhoe 1.1, 5.4, 6.4, 8.7 (55) Kew 2.4, 2.5, 2.10, 7.12 (54) GOALS, Ivanhoe: M. Brazzale 2, B. Fleming 1, M. Franich 1, A. Hanna 1, S. Graeme 1, A. Horton 1, A. Oliver 1 Kew: C. Leslie 2, J. O’Keefe 1, L. Orr 1, N. Tinetti 1, B. Thomson 1, B. Woodhouse 1 BEST, Ivanhoe: S. Conley, D. Diakoumakos, B. Fleming, A. Hanna, J. Trescowthick, L. Vaughan Kew: R. Israel, N. Rohrt, J. Considine, N. Tinetti, C. Leslie, S. Mcgregor

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DIVISION 4

Josh Gabelich

WE’RE SET FOR A CLASSIC After six long months finals football arrived on the weekend. In sublime conditions that would have had any footballer licking their lips, the two semi finals were played out under sunshine and blue skies. From early in the season, it always seemed that these four sides were destined for September football. In reality, Swinburne Uni, South Mornington, Eley Park and Point Cook were heads and shoulders above the rest of the competition in 2012.  From as early as May the fate of the remaining six sides were already set. Although Manningham did improve significantly as the season wore on, and North Brunswick were always thereabouts, none of the non competiting sides were realistic finals contenders this year. Pristine conditions greeted the Tigers and Razorbacks clash on Saturday as the two top sides met for the second time inside seven days and for the third time this season. After two spiteful clashes both teams had claimed honours with the ledger one a piece. Saturday was where it would really count. After going down the previous week by the smallest of margins, South Mornington came out all guns blazing kicking the only two goals in a tight opening term. Swinburne let the top seeds off the hook kicking five behinds in the first stanza to waste several opportunities to get into the game.  By half time the margin was only a couple of goals in the Tigers favour and it didn’t extend to greatly before the final siren. After a lean second half of the season mainly due to injury and close 22

attention, Tigers spearhead, Jesse Albrecht, found his niche inside the arc to post three majors in a telling contribution for the yellow and black outfit. The sound of the final siren told the story that we have thought of all year. Not much will split these two sides and it will come down to the final minutes of the final game of the year to determine the premier. A single goal was the difference in the end with Nathan Brodie and Scott Smith instrumental in the victory. On Sunday in the first semi final held at Scammell Reserve, third vs fourth met for a spot in the preliminary final. A date with Swinburne Uni was on the menu for the victor of the match, whilst for the vanquished it would be season over. Eley Park and Point Cook were the combatants in similar conditions to the previous day albeit slightly more windy, however compared to recent weeks both sides were given an opportunity to advance to the next stage in ideal conditions for football. The first quarter of this elimination final was as exciting as we could have hoped for. Six goals to five tells the story and by half time there was only a goal in the contest and it looked destined for a classic. How wrong this prediction was. Eley Park came out after half time and belted the Bulldogs. Their six goal to one third term setup the victory beautifully with Edlich, Barry and Viola all finishing with four majors. At the final siren TODAY SELECTIONS IN BOLD

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the difference was 11 goals and should have been far greater with the Shark’s 29 behinds hurting them greatly. 51 scoring shots to 25 told the story after the game. The Sharks are a big chance to challenge the Razorbacks in next week’s preliminary final. Michael Viola was simply sensational for the home side with four goals and a haul of disposals. For the Bulldogs, their successful season didn’t quite last as long as they would have liked but they have plenty to work on in 2013. Today at Scammell Reserve: Eley Park have advanced into the preliminary final where they will face stiff opposition in the form of Swinburne University. As impressive as their performance was on the weekend, the Sharks will have to take their game to another level if they are going to seriously challenge the Razorbacks. I’m predicting a tight affair with the Sharks taking a lead into the final term before being overrun by Swinburne Uni in a classic.

DIVISION FOUR

LAST ROUND

Semi Final 2 SOUTH MORNINGTON V. SWINBURNE UNIVERSITY South Mornington 2.3, 4.8, 6.13, 9.17 (71) Swinburne University 0.5, 3.6, 6.8, 9.11 (65) GOALS, South Mornington: J. Albrecht 3, W. Spencer 3, L. Hockey 1, K. Woodruff 1, T. Mitchell 1 Swinburne University: C. Kilmartin 4, J. Manning 2, M. Westland 1, M. Manning 1, A. Hyman 1 BEST, South Mornington: N. Brodie, S. Smith, T. Mitchell, M. Duff, M. Heib, J. Dade-Bell Swinburne University: M. Lingham, N. Mauran, P. Wild, S. Fragiacomo, J. Manning, C. Kilmartin Semi Final 1 ELEY PARK SHARKS V. POINT COOK Eley Park Sharks 6.6, 3.7, 6.7, 22.29 (161) Point Cook 5.4, 4.3, 1.2, 14.11 (95) GOALS, Eley Park Sharks: J. Edlich 4, S. Barry 4, D. Viola 4, D. Perkins 3, D. Bennett 2, G. Deacon 2, A. Peacock 1, Z. Khariwala 1, C. Marsiglio 1 Point Cook: R. Munn 3, A. Marsh 3, J. Lampi 2, T. Wilson 2, M. Pozzuto 2, A. Auciello 1, J. Wallert 1 BEST, Eley Park Sharks: M. Viola, D. Bennett, Z. Khariwala, D. Perkins, M. Corstorphin, C. Marsiglio Point Cook: M. Pozzuto, J. Lampi, A. Auciello, P. Auciello, B. Cox, T. Wilson

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DIVISION FOUR RESERVE Semi Final 2 SOUTH MORNINGTON V. ELEY PARK SHARKS South Mornington 2.2, 5.3, 9.3, 13.8 (86) Eley Park Sharks 2.2, 9.3, 10.6, 11.7 (73) GOALS, South Mornington: J. Dowsett 3, S. Duffield 3, M. Mitchell 2, D. Woodruff 1, K. Debernardi 1, J. Ivice 1, R. Mcconville-Brain 1, A. Hunter 1 Eley Park Sharks: A. Farrugia 4, N. Bahnsen 2, B. Sahlstrom 1, T. Houlden 1, B. Norbert 1, J. Nelson 1, J. Brown 1 BEST, South Mornington: R. Mcconville-Brain, J. Ivice, D. Woodruff, S. Duffield, C. Benton, A. Hunter Eley Park Sharks: H. Priest, S. Avery, J. Brown, S. Andrew, D. Pumpa, J. Keritz Semi Final 1 SWINBURNE UNIVERSITY V. WEST BRUNSWICK Swinburne University 0.0, 0.0, 0.0, 13.18 (96) West Brunswick 0.0, 0.0, 0.0, 8.3 (51) GOALS, Swinburne University: not provided West Brunswick: J. Ong 2, L. Campbell 2, J. Hopkins 2, C. Germon 1, A. Thompson 1 BEST, Swinburne University: not provided West Brunswick: T. Costa, P. Walpole, J. Hopkins, R. Benjamin, J. Mercer, J. Ong

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NEXT WEEK’S GAMES PREMIER

Preliminary Final

Loser of Semi

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PREMIER RESERVE

Preliminary Final

Loser of Semi

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PREMIER THIRDS

Preliminary Final

Loser of Semi

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PREMIER B

Preliminary Final

Loser of Semi

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Preliminary Final

Loser of Semi

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PREMIER B THIRDS

Preliminary Final

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PREMIER C

Preliminary Final

Loser of Semi

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Preliminary Final

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PREMIER C THIRDS

Preliminary Final

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DIVISION 1

Grand Final

North Old Boys/St Pats

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Grand Final

Old Geelong

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DIVISION 2

Grand Final

Bulleen Templestowe

DIVISION 2 RESERVE

Grand Final

Old Paradians

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DIVISION 3 RESERVE

Grand Final

Loser of Semi

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DIVISION 4

Grand Final

South Mornington

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Grand Final

South Mornington

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UNDER 19 PREMIER

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Old Xaverians

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U19 SECTION 2

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Old Brighton

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U19 SECTION 3

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Mazenod

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U19 NORTH

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Williamstown CYMS

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U19 SOUTH

Grand Final

Parkdale Vultures

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UNDER 18

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Oakleigh

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PREMIER - SECOND SEMI FINAL 2:10pm Saturday 8 September - Sportscover Arena

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COLLEGIANS

OLD XAVERIANS

Coach: Mark Hibbins / Simon Arnott

Coach: Andrew Gowers Assistants: Nick Holland/David Landrigan/ Travis Ruyg

Jono Dixon Tom Bull Charlie Holst Nick Ries Capt Andrew Scott Jack Bull (VC) Shura Taft Daniel Strachan Michael Dyer James Jorgensen Nicholas Sautner Simon Hall Barclay Dixon Jay Austerberry Cameron Lee Courtney Hylton Trent Zimbachs (VC) Stuart Inglis Sam Troon James Harvey Wil Tardif James Kondarovskis Jesse Band Conrick Tom Penberthy Alexander Croft Josh Kamener Lindsay Apted Chris Blumfield Lachlan Ferguson Scott Carey Dominic Russo Charlie Simmons Nick Bobeff

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Jake Williams 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 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 Jonathan Pintal Michael Hannan Sam Lees Esmond Prowse Louis Tiernan Nick Pepperell Matt Walsh

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Jack Bergin Dan Iacuone Jeremy Preece Mitch Garvey Fraser Paterson Dan Harangozo Tristan Parker Jon Mercuri (VC) Dan Barry Nick Biddlecombe Matt Douglas Matt Jenkinson Jack Curtis Dom Walker Julian Darrer Matthew Romanin

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PREMIER - FIRST SEMI FINAL 2:10pm Sunday 9 September - Sportscover Arena

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DE LA SALLE

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Coach: Greg McLoughlin Assistants: John McDonough/ Damon Paull

Coach: Dean Anderson/Stuart Powell Assistants: Steve Crisp/Josh Kitchen/ Christian Neeson/Kemble Edelsten/Ian Leith

Nick Roberts Jacob Williams Matthew Moore Nathan Roberts Michael Duggan Tyson Hunt Tom Humphrey Tom Mcmahon Jarrod Moloney David Lowe (C) 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 Sam Haslem Leigh Harrison Joel Phillips Jack Vickers Ben Pratt Luke Semmel Justin Baxter James Hansen Sam Brooks Ben Oakley Edward Clinch Harry Haley Luke Williams Tim Kovess Luke Jarvis Ryan Harris Tom Moloney

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

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

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OLD XAVERIANS

Coach: Dom McInerney Assistants: Lachlan Walker/ Rishton McArdle

Coach: Matt O’Hanlon Assistants: Peter Skidmore / Andy “Shanks” Ryan

Nick Hyland Dan Griffin Nathan Roberts Michael Duggan Peter Harrison (C) Tom Mcmahon Al Roberts Michael Deluca Nic Fyfield Josh Harris Jackson Mckay Ryan Harris Daniel Close Aaron Kneebone John Griffiths Lachlan Bull Anthony Palmer James Crowe Joe Ramsden Joel Phillips Ben Pratt Luke Semmel James Hansen Kieran Grant Ben Oakley Ed Clinch Luke Williams Tim Kovess Ed Espinosa Michael Nankervis Steven Hogan Simon Lowe Chris Kelliher Tyson Parker

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Jake Williams 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 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 Jonathan Pintal Michael Hannan Sam Lees Esmond Prowse Louis Tiernan Nick Pepperell Matt Walsh

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Jack Bergin Dan Iacuone Jeremy Preece Mitch Garvey Fraser Paterson Dan Harangozo Tristan Parker Jon Mercuri (VC) Dan Barry Nick Biddlecombe Matt Douglas Matt Jenkinson Jack Curtis Dom Walker Julian Darrer Matthew Romanin

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COLLEGIANS

UNIVERSITY BLUES

Coach: Troy Harbinson

Reserves: Chris Baumgartner

Michael Dyer Simon Hall Lloyd Whitby Ollie Howard Marty Williams Wil Tardif Ben Mason Jesse Band Conrick Tom Penberthy Alexander Croft Nick Roach Anthony Carydias Ben Holst Scott Carey Chris Jesaueluk Luke Casey Dominic Russo 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 Will Schwab

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Bernie Morris Ned Withers Huw Forbes Justin Clark Hugh McKenzie

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Troy Auld Henry Weddell Tom Girdwood Tom Fairbairn Max Leishman Ben Millard Tom Calvert Angus Nice Hayden McDonald Albert Weddell Craig Frinsdorf Christian Borovac David Withers Jack Townley Jonathan Vickers-Willis Henry Hanlon Tom Ruggles Bennett Merriman John Wood Damien Barton Jack Maxwell Daniel Zambon Samuel Driscoll Edward Long Jamie Mugavin Brant Laidlaw Nick Hardie-Grant Nick MacRae Liam Quin Nick Keating Ben Jongebloed Sam Dalton Lachlan Michell Jackson Hood Jon Hibbert Daniel Condon Rory Kennedy Aaron Harris Will Robinson

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University Blacks

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UNIVERSITY BLACKS

ST KEVINS

Coach: Matthew Kempton Assistants: Luke van Kempen/ Xavier Maloney/Andrew Thompson

Coach: Daniel Harford Assistants: Luke Mahoney/ Grant Hudson/Matt Scully

Adam Cook Harry Lahy Scott Myers Andrew Willingham Huw Lacey Jake Matthews Jandre Slabbert Scott Hissey Scott Weekley (VC) 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 (VC) Daniel Costello (C) Hugh Symon James Clarke David Batten Nick Batten Justin Crameri Levi Kalms Andrew Jesse (VC) Clive O’Sullivan Steven Flight Jordan Foster Andrew Else John Delahunty Jake Gardiner Lachlan Crameri Tom Napier Adam Pitt

40 41 42 43 44 45 46 47 48 49 50 51 52 53 54 55 56 57 60 70 71 72 73 74 75 76 77 78 79 81 82 83 84 85

Nick Holt Simon Yule Charlie Richardson 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

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 24 25 26 27 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 37 38 39 40 41 42 43 44 45 46

Matthew Murphy Daniel Campbell Ben Dowd (C) Keith Brick Patrick Dowd Daniel Mahoney Charles Ring Josh Gabelich Julian Staffieri Karl Wissell Elliot Waldron Nick McArdle William Coates James Grinter Julian Charles Rick Ladson Patrick Aughton Michael Shanahan Glen Chivers Thomas Steains Joshua Taylor Phil Edgar Tom Simpson Zachary Ginies Tom Marchesani (L/S) Joe Frazer Sam Bishop (VC) Steve Landers Paul Di Natale (R) Edward Ring Dom Gibbs Tom Cunningham Anthony Lynch (C) Nathan Hobson Jack Weber Anthony White Paedar Hanley Matthew Lattanzio Matthew Shannon Jack Mullen John Liston Matthew Daniel Tom McPherson Peter Murray Ricky Caldow Henry Parkes Sam Conlan James Mustey

47 48 49 50 51 52 53 54 55 56 56 57 60 61 62 63 64 65 66 67 68 70 71 72 73 74 75 76 77 78 79 80 82 83 84 85 86 87 89 90 91 92 94 95 96 97 98 99

John Griffiths Hamish McPherson Mark Duffy Gerrard Holland Phil Longmore Francis Keely Jack Murphy-Cruise Tom Crookes Pat Murphy Dan Kerr (R) Luke McDonnell Pat Keely Liam Dunne Tom Harvey Michael Kneebone Simon O’Connor Tim O’Rourke David Makohon James Marchesani Tim Fitzgerald Domenic Loschiavo James O’Rourke Samuel Carne Pat Rhodes HartleyWill Luke Davrain Jesse Brown Thomas Woolfe Sean Reid Tom Johnston Hagen Cosgriff James Syme Ashley Collins Mitch Hayward Jarrod Nash Daniel Barrett Jarrod O’Keefe Jack Jolly Peter Harvey Darragh Kelly Tim Sharpe James Douglas Rory Ellis James Leggett Mitch Austin David Geltch Tim Trewin Tim Bowden

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1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 37

BEAUMARIS

OLD MELBURNIANS

Coach: Jason Mifsud Assistants: Craig Tonkin / Josh Bourke

Coach: Nathan Brown Assistants: Daniel Hughes/Peter Nunn

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 Ben McLean Alex Bennett Sam McBain Anthony Carroll Will Edmonds Mick Atkins Callan Buckley Jackson Leigh Lachlan Boyd Adam Catlin Kelvin Barnes Travis Woolnough Tom Gandy Michael DeFontenay Brayden Haynes Mick Millar Jordan Thompson Will Mattingley Tom Buckley Joel DiNatale Matthew Stevens Michael Globan Sean McNicholas Scott Kendall Jack Richter

37 38 39 40 41 42 42 43 44 45 46 47 48 49 50 51 52 53 54 55 56 58 59 60 65 66 68 72

Tim Cumming Michael Wilson Luke McNicholas James Bull Marcus Lee James Bliesner Mitchell Howes Nick Dickinson Pete Richter Greg Roberts Luke Sketchley Travis Kelly Jarrad Evans Luke Slater Matthew Kurta Tyson Rayner Oliver Webber Sean Brennan Chris Badman Joel Billing Tim Pritchard Michael Salisbury Germaine Ivanka Mitchell Bourne Matthew Prosser Sean McLaren Jack Coleman Mark Ensor

1 2 2 3 4 5 6 7 7 8 9 10 10 11 11 12 13 13 14 14 15 16 16 17 18 19 20 21 21 22 22 23 25 25 25 26 27 28 29

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

31 31 32 32 33 35 36 38 39 41 42 43 43 44 45 45 46 47 47 49 50 54 55 56 62 64 68 71 73 76 77 78 80

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

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PREMIER B RESERVE - SECOND SEMI FINAL 11:40am Saturday 8 September - Box Hill City Oval

University Blacks

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 37 38 39

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UNIVERSITY BLACKS

ST KEVINS

Coach: Luke O’Connell

Coach: Kornel Dachs Assistant: Jim Jeffers

Adam Cook Harry Lahy Scott Myers Andrew Willingham Huw Lacey Jake Matthews Jandre Slabbert Scott Hissey Scott Weekley (VC) 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 (VC) Daniel Costello (C) Hugh Symon James Clarke David Batten Nick Batten Justin Crameri Levi Kalms Andrew Jesse (VC) Clive O’Sullivan Steven Flight Jordan Foster Andrew Else John Delahunty Jake Gardiner Lachlan Crameri Tom Napier Adam Pitt

40 41 42 43 44 45 46 47 48 49 50 51 52 53 54 55 56 57 60 70 71 72 73 74 75 76 77 78 79 81 82 83 84 85

Nick Holt Simon Yule Charlie Richardson 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

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 24 25 26 27 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 37 38 39 40 41 42 43 44 45 46

Matthew Murphy Daniel Campbell Ben Dowd (C) Keith Brick Patrick Dowd Daniel Mahoney Charles Ring Josh Gabelich Julian Staffieri Karl Wissell Elliot Waldron Nick McArdle William Coates James Grinter Julian Charles Rick Ladson Patrick Aughton Michael Shanahan Glen Chivers Thomas Steains Joshua Taylor Phil Edgar Tom Simpson Zachary Ginies Tom Marchesani (L/S) Joe Frazer Sam Bishop (VC) Steve Landers Paul Di Natale (R) Edward Ring Dom Gibbs Tom Cunningham Anthony Lynch (C) Nathan Hobson Jack Weber Anthony White Paedar Hanley Matthew Lattanzio Matthew Shannon Jack Mullen John Liston Matthew Daniel Tom McPherson Peter Murray Ricky Caldow Henry Parkes Sam Conlan James Mustey

47 48 49 50 51 52 53 54 55 56 56 57 60 61 62 63 64 65 66 67 68 70 71 72 73 74 75 76 77 78 79 80 82 83 84 85 86 87 89 90 91 92 94 95 96 97 98 99

John Griffiths Hamish McPherson Mark Duffy Gerrard Holland Phil Longmore Francis Keely Jack Murphy-Cruise Tom Crookes Pat Murphy Dan Kerr (R) Luke McDonnell Pat Keely Liam Dunne Tom Harvey Michael Kneebone Simon O’Connor Tim O’Rourke David Makohon James Marchesani Tim Fitzgerald Domenic Loschiavo James O’Rourke Samuel Carne Pat Rhodes HartleyWill Luke Davrain Jesse Brown Thomas Woolfe Sean Reid Tom Johnston Hagen Cosgriff James Syme Ashley Collins Mitch Hayward Jarrod Nash Daniel Barrett Jarrod O’Keefe Jack Jolly Peter Harvey Darragh Kelly Tim Sharpe James Douglas Rory Ellis James Leggett Mitch Austin David Geltch Tim Trewin Tim Bowden

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1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 37 38 39 40

OLD BRIGHTON

BEAUMARIS

Reserves: Ross Stewart Assistant: Daniel Mann

Coach: Marcus Goonan / Tim Hunt / Rob Strahan

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 Ben Jarick Jon Perrett Riley Cummin Ben Austen 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

41 42 43 44 45 46 48 49 50 51 52 54 55 56 57 58 59 60 62 63 69 73 84 85 86

Marcel Bruin Leigh Hendra David Fallon Daniel Anthony Lachie Anthony Tim Cooney 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 John Nockles Alistair Taylor Scott Eastgate Ryan Eastgate

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 37

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 Ben McLean Alex Bennett Sam McBain Anthony Carroll Will Edmonds Mick Atkins Callan Buckley Jackson Leigh Lachlan Boyd Adam Catlin Kelvin Barnes Travis Woolnough Tom Gandy Michael DeFontenay Brayden Haynes Mick Millar Jordan Thompson Will Mattingley Tom Buckley Joel DiNatale Matthew Stevens Michael Globan Sean McNicholas Scott Kendall Jack Richter

37 38 39 40 41 42 42 43 44 45 46 47 48 49 50 51 52 53 54 55 56 58 59 60 65 66 68 72

Tim Cumming Michael Wilson Luke McNicholas James Bull Marcus Lee James Bliesner Mitchell Howes Nick Dickinson Pete Richter Greg Roberts Luke Sketchley Travis Kelly Jarrad Evans Luke Slater Matthew Kurta Tyson Rayner Oliver Webber Sean Brennan Chris Badman Joel Billing Tim Pritchard Michael Salisbury Germaine Ivanka Mitchell Bourne Matthew Prosser Sean McLaren Jack Coleman Mark Ensor

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PREMIER C - SECOND SEMI FINAL 2:10pm Saturday 8 September - Trevor Barker Oval

1 2 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 11 12 12 13 14 16 17 18 19 20 21 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36

PARKDALE VULTURES

FITZROY

Coach: Sam Radford Assistants: Mitch Grant/Josh Radford

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

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

37 38 39 40 41 42 43 45 47 48 49 50 52 54 55 57 58 59 60 61 72

Chris Lacey Michael Ellis Robert Layton 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

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 37 38 39 40

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

41 43 44 45 46 47 48 49 50 51 52 53 55 60 62 65 85

Matt Brown Mathew Coad Jake Fraser 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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1 2 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34

MARCELLIN

MAZENOD

Coach: Steve Macpherson

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

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

34 35 36 37 38 39 40 41 42 43 44 45 46 47 48 49 50 52 54 55 56 57 58 59 60 61 62 64 65 66 67 68 69 70 71 72 73 74 75 76

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Liam Brockhus Ashley Viney 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

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 37 38 39

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 Luke Greco Luke Broad

40 41 42 43 44 45 46 47 48 49 50 51 52 53 54 55 56 57 58 59 60 61 62 63 64 65 66 67 68 69 70

Luke Hawkins Lochan Allen Cameron Raine 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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1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 37 38 39 40

FITZROY

MARCELLIN

Coach: Bruce Edwards

Coach: Steve Macpherson

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

41 43 44 45 46 47 48 49 50 51 52 53 55 60 62 65 85

Matt Brown Mathew Coad Jake Fraser 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

1 2 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34

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

34 35 36 37 38 39 40 41 42 43 44 45 46 47 48 49 50 52 54 55 56 57 58 59 60 61 62 64 65 66 67 68 69 70 71 72 73 74 75 76

Liam Brockhus Ashley Viney 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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OLD CAMBERWELL

MAZENOD

Coach: Mick Bennett Assistant: Alex McKenzie

Coach: Scott Azzapardi

Simon Bennett (DVC) Damian McGuigan Steve Romanin Stef Anjou Blake Hillier Daniel Desanctis James Kennedy Jordan Eade Josh Kennedy Tristan Beranger (VC) Alex Vickery Andrew Rogers Warren Carlyle (C) Michael Price Jordan Heffernan Matt Decarne Rob Deev Alister Lloyd Nick Tsindos (DVC) Trent Langdon Edward Cramer Ken Darby Dominic La Fontaine Phil Kanz Greg Tolson Jack Ymer Josh Kennedy Rohan Kapoor Matt Berry James Way Sam Killworth Phil Bennett (DVC) Joe Atkinson Jackson Eade Jack Le Cerf Tom Byrnes Paul Figueroa Matt Partington Luke Smith Alex MacKenzie Brett Fields Matt Woodbridge Simon Bonyhady Peter Storey

24 25 25 25 26 26 27 28 28 28 29 30 30 31 33 33 34 34 35 35 35 36 37 38 38 39 39 40 41 41 42 43 43 44 47 47 48 51 52 53 54 58 67

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Daniel Toma Andrew Hudson Scott Needham Samm Flanagan Andrew Clarke Matt Cottrell Caine Hillier (DVC) Alex Lattuada Chris Bell Ryan Henderson Jason Hinkley Sam Riley Simon Jones Nick Latsas Alex Stewart Dominic Mitchell Chris Bell Daniel Schmidt Matt Dyson Harry Levvey Jake Hart Steve Derry Brett Cottrell Alex Lattuada Michael Taylor James Robinson Jason Hinkley James Buckingham Teri Miriklis Matt Berry Jack Duke Ben Hart (VC) Andrew Benson Chris Woodbridge Stephen Warr Andrew Romanin Trent Sigalas Jason Edwards Peter North James Lodington Matt Ramsay Jackson Crothers Brad Dean

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 37 38 39

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 Luke Greco Luke Broad

40 41 42 43 44 45 46 47 48 49 50 51 52 53 54 55 56 57 58 59 60 61 62 63 64 65 66 67 68 69 70

Luke Hawkins Lochan Allen Cameron Raine 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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SHARPSHOOTERS PLAYER

CLUB

LR

TOTAL

2012 Premier Damien Yze Andrew Ramsden Sam Pickett Shaun Glennen Matthew Handley

Old Carey Old Trinity De La Salle Old Xaverians

3 3 1 3 0

56 56 49 41 41

Old Xaverians Collegians De La Salle Collegians Old Xaverians

3 1 4 1 1

34 34 33 28 25

De La Salle Caulfield Gramm Old Scotch Collegians Old Xaverians

3 6 1 1 2

35 33 25 25 25

AJAX St Kevins AJAX Old Melburnians Old Melburnians

8 1 4 8 4

60 51 48 47 45

Old Brighton Beaumaris Old Melburnians St Kevins University Blacks Old Melburnians

4 4 0 0 2 2

37 35 30 30 27 27

St Bedes/Mentone Tigers

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

2012 Premier Thirds Sam Morwood Brett Scott Charlie Houghton Patrick Timms Michael Hennessy

2012 Premier B David Fayman Henry Parkes Jake Lew Cameron Beck Lachlan Bennett

2012 Premier B Reserve Brendan Blatt Timothy Pritchard Sebastian Kemmerer Matthew Shannon James Bismire Edward Hughes

2012 Premier B Thirds Lachlan McRedmond Cameron Tunbridge Thomas Crookes Nicholas Marchesani Daniel Anthony

Northern Blues Old Melburnians St Kevins St Kevins Old Brighton

2 1 0 1 0

33 30 29 23 22

2012 Premier C Adam Barclay Leigh Brennan Darren Rochford Chamath Jayaweera Jack Duke 40

Banyule Rupertswood Parkdale Vultures Mazenod Old Camberwell

3 6 3 5 1

71 60 58 54 51

PLAYER

LR

TOTAL

Old Camberwell Marcellin Mazenod PEGS Fitzroy

5 1 2 3 1

59 51 46 27 27

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

Fitzroy Marcellin St Kevins Old Camberwell

11 1 6 2

60 54 49 38

2012 Division 1 Shaun Payze

Peninsula

57

2012 Division 1 Reserve Jake Archdeacon

Peninsula

52

2012 Division 2 Sabastian Ciavola

Old Eltham Collegians

69

2012 Division 2 Reserve Rick Ellis

Prahran Assump

35

2012 Division 3 Ashleigh Close

Ivanhoe

104

2012 Division 3 Reserve Benjamin Seeger

Yarra Valley

80

2012 Division 4 Jesse Albrecht

South Mornington

78

2012 Division 4 Reserve Thomas Kennedy

Swinburne Uni

75

2012 Under 19 Premier Charlie Haley

De La Salle

65

2012 U19 Section 2 Matthew Mitchell

Old Haileybury

69

2012 U19 Section 3 Sam Hibbins

Collegians

54

2012 U19 North Jai Swainger

Ivanhoe

56

2012 U19 South Jordan Young

St Bedes/Mentone Tigers

64

2012 - Under 18 Dane Thomas

Werribee Districts

59

2012 Club XVIII (1) James McDonnell

Old Xaverians

82

2012 Club XVIII (2) Raymond Steer

Therry Penola

90

2012 Premier C Reserve Caine Hillier Daniel Fraser Jacob Beard Dean Podger Dimitrios Kynigopoulos

CLUB

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CLUB WAREHOUSE RISING STAR 2012 RISING STAR NOMINATIONS: 1.

Jacob Williams (De la Salle)

10.

Jandre Slabbert (Uni Blacks)

2.

Nick Jamieson (Old Scotch)

11.

Henry Simon (Ormond)

3.

Courtney Hylton – (Collegians)

12.

Brede Seccull (Old Haileybury)

4.

Patrick Ambrose (Old Xaverians)

13.

Lachlan Boyd – (Beaumaris)

5.

Gabriel Hamilton (Old Trinity)

14.

Henry Parkes – (St Kevin’s)

6.

Bol Kolang (Werribee Districts)

15.

Shaun Glennen – (St Bedes)

7.

Samuel Autio (St Marys / Salesian)

16.

Jack Langford - (Banyule)

8.

Gene Van Den Broek (Old Scotch)

17.

Lachie Ferguson (Collegians)

9.

Joshua Cowan (Mazenod)

18.

David Wall (St Bernards)

* 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 TRAINER OF THE YEAR NOMINATIONS Peter Bulluck – Whitefriars

Craig Thornton Grimes – Banyule

John Bromley – Oakleigh

Lauren Ross – AJAX

Sarah Jenkins – St Bedes/Mentone Tigers

Sophie Angus – Peninsula Old Boys

Jodie Porter – Collegians

Trevor Milburn – Old Ivanhoe

Laura Ham – North Old Boys/St Pats

Jess Sheehan – Manningham Cobras

Kara Mitchell – UHS-VU

Kali Powell – St Johns

Jen Houston – UHS-VU

Jacqui Perry – Yarra Valley Old Boys

Shakhti Sri – South Melbourne Districts

Hannah Ross – St Kevins

Alex Mackenzie – Old Geelong

Linda Luong – West Brunswick

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RETRO

Geoff Reilley Mahoney, Giansiracusa (3), Bishop, Dollman, Dowd, Ryan (SKOBS).

12 MONTHS AGO – 2011 Collegians made up for missing the “minor premiership” by moving straight into the grand final in Premier A by defeating St Bedes/Mentone Tigers 16.8 to 7.16 in the second semi final. Collegians took a firm hold early in the game and maintained control despite the Tigers kicking 2.10 to 1.2 in the third quarter. Best – Holst, Ries (3), Taft (4), Inglis, Croft, Dixon (Coll) and Anstey, Phibbs, Hellier, Shakaib, Collins, Tyquin (StB). The Old Xaverians kept in the race for the flag with and convincing victory in the first semi final over Uni Blues 17.7 to 12.12. Best – Lynch, Handley (7), Goss, Wynne, Rogerson, Purss (Xavs) and Monteith, Hayes, Torney, Maddocks, Watts, Paterson (UB). Caulfield Grammarians firmed into favoritism in Premier B when they stormed home in the final quarter with 7 goals to 1 and a final score of 13.13 to 10.9 against St Kevins in the second semi. Best – Slonim, Shanahan, L O’Keefe (4), Parsons, Wood, Perkins (Caulfield) and Edgar, Keogh, Wissell, Waldron, Marchesani, Murphy (StK). St Bernards were too good for Old Brighton in the first semi 16.15 to 11.13. 5 YEARS AGO – 2007 The Old Xaverians were into another A Section Grand final following their second semi win over Old Brighton. The Xavs had a chance to hold a considerable lead by quarter time but kicked inaccurately (4.6 to 2.1). The final score of 14.18 to 11.12 was clear enough to suggest the Xavs would be very hard to beat again in two weeks time. Best – Johnston, Sapuppo, Handley, Arnold (4), Colbert, Beardsley (OX) and Talbot, Heath, Olliver, Dickerson, Jakobi, Phelan (OB). Uni Blues easily defeated Old Ivanhoe in the first semi 13.14 to 8.7. Uni Blacks were into the B Section Preliminary Final with a strong win over St Kevins 14.7 to 9.13. The 5 goal lead at quarter time was significant for the Blacks. Best – Purcell, M Kempton, Evans (3), Mortenson, P Kempton (3), Lacey (UB) and 42

St Bedes Mentone Tigers were far too strong for their main rivals, Old Essendon, 29.18 to 17.7 in the second semi. Best – Waters, Neville, Groves (7), P Wintle (6), Phibbs, Anstey (StB) and Goullet, Velardo (4), Baddeley, T Biggs, Towner (OE). 10 YEARS AGO – 2002 In a fantastic A Section second semi final, St Bernards led for the majority of the game before a spirited fightback by Old Xaverians made the game a thriller. Trailing by over 7 goals at three quarter time, the Xavs big guns lifted with 7 goals to 1 in the final term before St Bernards held on 15.16 to 15.10. Best – Fielding, D Jordan (7), Smith, Byrne, Thomas Ashton (StB) and Clarke (5), Ford, Blood, Ockleshaw, Landrigan, Wood (OX). It was a much larger margin in the B Section second semi as Old Melburnians defeated Old Haileybury 20.10 to 9.8. Best – Mulquiney, Hawkins (4), Hazell (4), Roberts, Hicks, Mulligan (OM’s) and Carson, McMahon, White, O’Donnell, D Lay, Brooks (OH). St Bedes Mentone Tigers defeated Caulfield Grammarians in the C Section preliminary final 9.10 to 7.13. Best – P Wintle, Beasley, Hecker, Hayes, McColl, M Wintle (StB) and Pearce, Widjaja, Pennycuick, Baxter, Liddell, Fallu (CG). 20 YEARS AGO – 1992 Collegians led De La Salle all day in the A Section second semi final to win 13.15 to 11.13 and seemed primed for a strong tilt at the flag in two weeks time. De La were valiant in the final term but could not penetrate the strong Collegians’ defence often enough to win. Best – Mount (7), Irvine, Hibbins, Galbraith, Schober, Wallace (Coll) and Ronchi, Tully, Campbell, McClounan, Hunter, Mackintosh (DLS). Collegians also won the reserves second semi over St Bernards. Old Brighton were very impressive in the B Section second semi overcoming Old Melburnians 14.11 to 7.6. The Tonners’ second half was power plus. Best – Rickerby, Hoar, Hendrie, Lade, Hayden (4), James (OB) and Macauley, Teal (3), Witts, Baldwin, Rose, Anastakis (OM). Mazenod were too good for Caulfield Grammarians THE AMATEUR FOOTBALLER 2012


in the D Section Grand Final 13.13 to 11.18 and had to come from behind at three quarter time. Best – Barker, Noble (4), Mannix, Rogers, Marshall, Chilcott (Mazenod) and Simpson, Cronan, T Royals, R Royals, B Matthews, R Harris (CG). It was a special celebration evening for Mazenod who gained the double as the reserves defeated Old Ivanhoe 12.12 to 6.5. Brunswick defeated North Brunswick in the E Section Grand final 7.17 to 6.6. Best – Cross, McCulloch, K Waterson, Hall, B Waterson, Stevens (Brunswick) and Keay, Tirchett, Grimaldi, Thorpe, De Marco, Lirosi (Nth Brunswick). Old Essendon won a thriller in the F Section Grand final over Old Carey by 1 point, 9.7 to 8.12. Best – B Panagiotopoulos, J Panagiotopoulos, Bishop, McEndroe, Souter, McKenzie (OE) and Hughes, Harris, Hickey (4), Daniels, Birti, Hughes (OC). 30 YEARS AGO – 1982 Thomastown were too strong for Balaclava in the E Section first semi 27.14 to 16.15. With 12 goals in the final term Thomastown proved themselves worthy challengers in the weeks ahead. Best – Pace (12), Bell, Tistevski, Steele, Harisiou, A Fellows (Thomastown) and Gregory, Darvall (3), S withers, Crottie, Lotherington, Rafferty (Balaclava). Commonwealth Bank won the F Section first semi against Brunswick 21.17 to 19.17. Best – Collins (5), Baker (6), Rowland, Jewell (4), G Matfin, Van Der Kraan (Com Bank) and Owens (4), Drapac, Bugden, Carroll, Quigley, R Robertson (Brunswick). Best and Fairest winners were – A Section- T Mason (Old Scotch), B Section – A Balcombe (Ivanhoe), C Section – I Rogers (Old Camberwell), D Section – G Griffiths (Parkside), E Section – G Rosewarne (Elsternwick), F Section – L Swann (Clayton). 40 YEARS AGO – 1972 In A Section Old Paradians, after a slow start, defeated Coburg in an entertaining first semi final 22.22 to 16.8. Paradians missed some easy shots on goal but their display in the second half gave every indication of their ability to be a real threat in the remaining games. Best – Duke (3), Burt, Denavi (4), Lyons, Johnson, Grace (OP) and Emselle, N Beattie (4), Zylan, Hughes (4), Warfe, THE AMATEUR FOOTBALLER 2012

Sullivan (Coburg). Interestingly in the B Section first semi final, Ivanhoe had exactly the same winning score as Old Paradians when they defeated Old Scotch 22.22 to 12.15 and they too trailed at quarter time. Ivanhoe kicked 17 goals to Old Scotch’s 5 after quarter time. Best – McWhinnie (4), Wilson (7), Rojo, Flanagan, Berry (4), Crompton (Ivanhoe) and Melville, Fleming, Purnell, Morgan (5), Bell, Sloss (Scotch) 50 YEARS AGO – 1962 Best and Fairest winners for the season were – A Section 1st Ian Turnbull (MHSOB), 2nd Tony Anderson (Uni Blacks), 3rd Ian Graham (Uni Blacks). B Section – 1st Duncan Wright (Alphington), 2nd Ian Redpath (Geelong), 3rd Peter Harkness (Old Scotch). C Section 1st – Peter Stokes (Brunswick), 2nd Max Brook (Caulfield Grammarians). Old Paradians defeated Collegians in the A Section second semi final 12.13 to 5.10. Best – Parker, O’Dwyer, Proctor (OP) and R Daff, Powell, Rowe (Coll). West Brunswick defeated St Kilda CBC 12.18 to 6.12 in the C Section preliminary final. Best – Park, Thompson, Nash (WB) and White, Sweeney, Hoy (StK). 60 YEARS AGO - 1952 Ormond and Ivanhoe, hot favourites in A and B Sections respectively, were both defeated. Uni Blues beat Ivanhoe 13.12 to 7.9 and their stars were Peter Bevilacqua, Bill Maling and Mick Egglestone. Elsternwick defeated Coburg in the C Section second semi final 9.8 to 7.13 and St Kevins took out the premiership in D Section with 10.12 to Caulfield Grammarians 8.14. Old Scotch 10.14 defeated Ormond 7.15 in the Junior Section preliminary final. 43


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Andrew Leonard

U19 Premier

Section 2

Wow, what a game! De La Salle lead by 33 points

As seen by the Phantom:

at half time in the second semi final against Old

Old Brighton, were in the end too strong for St Kevins, but they were given a good run for their money the first and last term. Old Brighton did not waste the ball whereas St Kevins had plenty of it but you could have built a house if the wastage was in timber! Both sides had nine goal kickers each but Old Brighton had Charlie King who kicked five. Not sure if he is being called “the difference” by his teammates just yet, perhaps it will be common if he repeats the performance in two weeks time.

Xaverians and then the red and black stormed home to win by 10 points. If you haven’t seen it yet – check out the Old Xavs boys rendition of the song on VAFA TV. De La stormed clear in the second quarter with 7.6 to 0.2 and the game looked done. By three quarter time there had been a seven goal turn around, Old Xavs kicked 9.8 to 3.2 to take a nine point lead into the final change. Seb Gotch back from the seniors snagged six goals for De La with Charlie Haley slotting three but Xavs had more multiple goal kickers in an enthralling battle. Perhaps De La can exact revenge in the Grand Final but they have a Preliminary Final to negotiate first. St Bernards will be De La’s opponent this week as they thrashed St Bedes/Mentone Tigers last week to end their season in the other semi final. The Tigers were within striking distance at half time but the Bernies piled on 8.4 for in the premiership quarter to put the game beyond reach. The margin was an even 10 goals at the final break before it was extended to 81 points at the final siren. Jack Solomon was a handful and also kicked a handful of goals whilst Matt Hutchesson also kicked four and Sam Wood had plenty of footy. St Bernards will go into the Preliminary Final confident and together. They have had a tough year as a club and noting brings you closer than adversity. Good luck to the Bernies today. 44

Werribee v Caulfield Caulfield are in form at the right time and accounted for Werribee’s gun midfield in their 45 point win. Drew Dickson was impressive and Jackson Small kicked five in the win that ends the Tiger’s season. Can the Fields go one further and make the grand final? They face a St Kevins outfit who are up against the wall, but they usually rebound strongly. This week: St Kevins v Caulfield The matches between these side this year have been great value for money. St Kevins have won the three so the good money goes on them but the Fields are hungry and the future of the club is on display so expect a close one. Caulfield will look to Butler, Easton, Stewart, Wren and Malone for drive around the ground while the Skoberrs will want solid games from Holland, Eva, Cellini, Gambaro and Keely. These games bring out the best in Under 19 players and expect a bigger than usual crowd at Central Reserve. Following this game is the Premier Under 19 Prelim and it does not get any better than De La Salle v St Bernards- a classic catholic school hit out with no prize for second! THE AMATEUR FOOTBALLER 2012


Section 3

U19 South

Mazenod stormed into the Grand Final with a

James Howards four goal best on ground display wasn’t enough for De La Salle to hold off Parkdale Vultures in their second semi at Brindisi St. Chris Welch kick three for the Vultures and Josh Kovarik was a star as they booked their place in the Grand Final. De La Salle will now play Peninsula who beat St Bedes/Mentone Tigers in an absolute thriller at Trevor Barker Oval. The Tigers kicked 3.4 to 3.2 in the final term as they came home hard in a bid to extend their season. It wasn’t to be and Peninsula will give themselves a good chance against De La today.

comprehensive 15.13.103 to 8.6.54 win over the early season pacesetters Northern Blues. What has happened at Northern Blues I am not quite sure but their season is in trouble unless they can turn it around in the Preliminary final this week. Blues will meet Collegians who are on the march after they dismissed Old Camberwell in emphatic fashion. Old Camberwell could manage only one goal, whilst three Collegians players each booted three. (King, Hibbins and Apted). On this form I fancy that Collegians will beat Northern Blues today. U19 North Williamstown CYMS got up in a thrilling second semi final win over Ivanhoe with a late goal seeing them hold on to win by eight points

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at Bill Lawry Oval. It was a low scoring game

PRELIMINARY FINAL

with both sides struggling to score regularly.

De La Salle v St Bernards

The third quarter was critical as Williamstown

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booted four goals to none to take a seven point

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lead into the final term. Old Geelong will be

St Kevins v Caulfield Grammarians

Ivanhoe’s opponent as they held out Therry

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Penola by 11 points to end their season. It was

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another low scoring game, but the OG’s set the

Northern Blues v Collegians

tone for their seniors later that day turning a

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19 point half time deficit into a 26 point three

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quarter time lead. The way Old Geelong are

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going at present you also tip them on the

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RESULTS Under 19 Premier SEMI FINAL 1 St Bernards 3.5, 7.5, 15.9, 19.13 (127) St Bedes / Mentone Tigers 2.5, 4.8, 5.9, 6.10 (46) GOALS, St Bernards: J. Solomon 5, M. Hutchesson 4, J. Fenner 3, C. Connelly 2, C. Peart 1, J. Van Meel 1, P. Le Noury 1, D. Wall 1, M. Hughes 1 St Bedes / Mentone Tigers: P. Hurst 2, B. Schubert 1, M. Coen 1, S. D’Andrea 1, J. Beckwith 1 BEST, St Bernards: S. Wood, J. Solomon, M. Hutchesson, J. Saundry, C. Peart, P. Macdonough St Bedes / Mentone Tigers: J. Capp, A. Hodges, J. Dalzotto, J. Beckwith, S. D’Andrea, B. Nicoll SEMI FINAL 2 Old Xaverians 2.5, 2.7, 11.15, 15.15 (105) De La Salle 1.2, 8.4, 11.6, 14.11 (95) GOALS, Old Xaverians: not provided De La Salle: S. Gotch 6, C. Haley 3, M. Hamilton 1, H. Nicholson 1, L. Barda 1, A. Indovino 1, J. Bull 1 BEST, Old Xaverians: not provided De La Salle: S. Mcgraw, S. Gotch, J. Fisher, B. Wilson, L. Barda, J. Bull U19 Section 2 SEMI FINAL 2 Old Brighton 3.3, 8.4, 12.7, 17.9 (111) St Kevins 3.1, 5.3, 7.5, 12.7 (79) GOALS, Old Brighton: C. King 5, M. Tregear 3, L. Otto 3, A. Luke 1, M. Pascoe 1, M. Delany 1, J. Pascoe 1, H. Graham 1, J. Knight 1 St Kevins: L. Nankervis 2, J. Gambaro 2, T. Soultanakis 2, L. Ritchie 1, N. Pryor 1, M. Roberts 1, J. Cellini 1, M. Lew 1, N. Bond 1 BEST, Old Brighton: H. Carlson, H. Graham, N. Hellyer, T. Jones, W. Johnston, R. Kiley St Kevins: SEMI FINAL 1 Caulfield Grammarians 4.5, 10.11, 14.16, 19.19 (133) Werribee Districts 2.5, 4.7, 8.7, 13.10 (88) GOALS, Caulfield Grammarians: J. Small 5, C. Logan 4, N. Tonkin 2, A. Burtsin 2, D. Simic 2, L. Gallop 1, W. Kingwill 1, J. Steiger 1, W. Peart 1 Werribee Districts: M. Turner 4, B. Leonard 2, J. Cooke 2, M. El Hawli 2, C. Moloney 1, D. Taylor 1 BEST, Caulfield Grammarians: D. Dickson, T. Butler, J. Small, G. Berry, A. Burtsin, C. Logan Werribee Districts: D. Briscoe, E. Turner, B. Leonard, M. Turner, D. Taylor, M. El Hawli, A. Imber U19 Section 3 SEMI FINAL 2 Mazenod 0.0, 0.0, 0.0, 15.13 (103) Northern Blues 0.0, 0.0, 0.0, 8.6 (54) GOALS, Mazenod: not provided Northern Blues: not provided BEST, Mazenod: not provided Northern Blues: not provided SEMI FINAL 1 Collegians 0.0, 0.0, 0.0, 16.10 (106) Old Camberwell 0.0, 0.0, 0.0, 1.13 (19) GOALS, Collegians: S. KING 3, S. Hibbins 3, L. Apted 3, E. Cattell 2, T. Varigos 2, O. Whitehead 2, C. Regan 1 Old Camberwell: C. Mclaughlin 1

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BEST, Collegians: E. Cattell, T. Phillips, S. Madeira, W. Hayes, W. Pocknee, L. Apted Old Camberwell: C. Mclaughlin, J. Hrbek, T. Stayner, N. Adamson, J. Giovannucci, O. Lloyd U19 North SEMI FINAL 1 Old Geelong 1.5, 1.5, 8.8, 8.9 (57) Therry Penola 1.1, 4.6, 4.6, 6.10 (46) GOALS, Old Geelong: R. Kemp 2, C. Jordan 1, S. Youngman 1, J. Grimshaw 1, W. Sloss 1, H. Byrne 1, A. De Fegely 1 Therry Penola: D. Blake 1, B. Egglestone 1, J. Tonna 1, H. Rowe 1, S. Tatlock 1, D. Ryan 1 BEST, Old Geelong: R. Kemp, C. Burbury, A. De Fegely, G. Macdonald, W. Sloss, H. Byrne Therry Penola: J. Costello, M. Jacobson, S. Calafiore, D. Ryan, J. Calafiore, D. Blake SEMI FINAL 2 Williamstown CYMS 2.2, 3.4, 7.5, 9.7 (61) Ivanhoe 2.3, 5.7, 5.10, 7.11 (53) GOALS, Williamstown CYMS: C. Matheson 2, N. Holdsworth 2, R. Joy 2, M. Mclaughlin 1, M. Singleton 1, A. Heaver 1 Ivanhoe: J. Swainger 2, W. Emerson 1, L. Minney 1, B. Grigg 1, S. Zervides 1, D. Ioannou 1 BEST, Williamstown CYMS: T. Gill, N. Holdsworth, C. Matheson, R. Slaney, S. Mcvernon, B. Callan Ivanhoe: J. Lagreca, L. Minney, W. Cuthbert, S. Nix, B. Grigg, C. Robinson U19 South SEMI FINAL 1 Peninsula 3.4, 4.7, 9.11, 12.12 (84) St Bedes / Mentone Tigers 2.1, 6.6, 9.6, 12.10 (82) GOALS, Peninsula: B. Churcher 5, T. Feldgen 3, J. Gleeson 2, T. Shayler 1, J. Owens 1 St Bedes / Mentone Tigers: S. Lay 5, J. Young 3, C. Mccready 2, M. O’Connor 1, J. Bova 1 BEST, Peninsula: B. Churcher, A. Brockley, T. Feldgen, H. Featherby, J. Gleeson, H. Brodie St Bedes / Mentone Tigers: J. Townley, S. Lay, W. Lawrence , J. Bichsel, J. Pollard, M. O’Connor SEMI FINAL 2 Parkdale Vultures 3.4, 3.5, 8.14, 11.16 (82) De La Salle 2.2, 4.8, 6.8, 9.10 (64) GOALS, Parkdale Vultures: C. Welch 3, S. Hendricks 2, L. Emmerson 1, D. Glascott 1, M. O’Donnell 1, L. Morgan 1, J. Boland 1, D. Ballard 1 De La Salle: J. Howard 4, O. Purton-Smith 2, M. Hogan 2, N. Lowrie 1 BEST, Parkdale Vultures: J. Kovarik, S. Hendricks, J. Crowley, C. Dillon, M. O’Donnell, D. Glascott De La Salle: J. Howard, M. Harvey, M. Pennachia, S. Harrington, J. Wood, C. Panna

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UNDER 19 - PRELIMINARY FINALS U19 PREMIER 2:10pm Sunday 9 September - Central Reserve

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DE LA SALLE BLUE

ST BERNARDS

Coach: Michael Brown Assistants: Simon Brown/Peter Harte

Coach: Peter Wood Assistant: Adrian Peart

Jayden Duhau Charlie Haley Samuel Brooks Charlie Athanassiou Patrick O’Connell Michael Stizza Harry Haley Joshua Fischer Lucas Forato Luke Barda Oliver Purton-Smith Adrian Indovino Sefton McGraw Hugh Nicholson Bradford Wilson David Convery Liam Wood Jack Gava Paul Johnson Matthew Hamilton Sebastian Gotch James Howard

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Dominic Spicer Sam Harrington Jordan Bull Con Panna Patrick Hatch Joel Mattiske Daniel Millwood Matthew Pennacchia Jason Terrell Todd Richardson Hamish Ramsey Oscar Persson Robert McCarthy Matthew Harvey

TEAM

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Charlie Connelly Keiran O’Connor Pat MacDonough Michael Sulzberger Alex Johnson Peter Le Noury Matthew Peart Sam Jones Michael Hughes Matthew Feehan David Wall James Bennie Mitchell Hannan Matthew Hutchesson Jacob Shine Nathan Kazuro Jack Gay (C) Jack Fenner Luke Sullivan (VC) Jack Fraser

1st

2nd

3rd

Sam Wood Andrew Graham Sam Firth Thomas Black James Weir Brad Cooper (C) Jarrod Gill Chris Peart Jake Van Meel Jake Notaro Harry Overman Matthew McCann William Sullivan Jack Saundry Edward McAllister Jonathan Goldsworthy Andrew Zammit Tim O’Sullivan Lachlan Allison Jack Solomon

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ST KEVIN’S

CAULFIELD GRAMMARIANS

Coach: Ray Leetham Assistants: Luke Williams/Nick Perrett

Coach: Josh McCahon Assistants: Jake McCahon/James Weghorn

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

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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

1st

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 Kingwill Jackson Small Jordan Ceglar

2nd

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3rd

James Easton Will Peart Tom Butler Matt Mcternan Daniel Gray Damien Simic Thomas Crozier Asher Burstin Hayden Stewart Lauchlin Gallop Fred Cooper Charlie Logan Norrie Strintzos Lewis O’neill Lachy Holmes

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UNDER 19 - PRELIMINARY FINALS U19 SECTION 3 9:15am Sunday 9 September - Bill Lawry Oval

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NORTHERN BLUES

COLLEGIANS

Coach: George Wakim Assistants: Neil Langley, Jon Carter, David King

Coach: Rob Ferguson/ Peter Battell

Mark Cigagna Sam Dalton Joshua Sims Damon Marcon Mario Diab Kabalan Mark Langley Joshua Rentos Matthew Cottier Luke Duray Liam Carter Mike Matters Will Barbour Jake Powell Mousty Hammoud Paul Dempsey Leigh Judd Eamonn Maloney Lachlan Holmes Paul Sansonetti Luke Baker Oscar Zimmermann Jordan Hull

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Nicholas Spagnolo Sam Maatouk Jack Prelorenzo Nick Prelorenzo James King

TEAM

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Sam Hynes Tim Phillips Mark Schure Ollie Whitehead Wil Hayes Mitchell Newton Drew Mcrae Alister Fahie Tom Cantwell Julian Elmutis Michael Dockery Matthew Yates Harry White Callum Reagan Geoff Farrar Seamus Hobbs Tim Varigos Max Griffin Sam King

1st

2nd

Will Pocknee Sam Sabbatucci Elliot Cattell Lindsay Apted Sam Hibbins Lachlan Ferguson Hunter Poole Toby Goodman Ben McKenzie - Sirrett Nick Blackney Alex Barr Jack Martin Tim McNamara Harry Hawkins Steve Madeira

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U19 NORTH 9:15am Saturday 8 September - Bill Lawry Oval

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IVANHOE

OLD GEELONG

Coach: Adam Wright Assistant: Bill Emerson

Coaches: Simon O’Brien/Dan O’Brien

Alex Purtell Jake Brown Stefan Zervides James Lagreca William Emerson Andrew Dimopoulos Zac Mowat Jack Hogan Jack Delbridge Sam Nix James Moxon Charlie Robinson Lewis Minney Sam Mowat Dan Plowman Stefan Bettiol James Jones Daniel Jones Benjamin Grigg Jack Normand Dylan Craig-Darroch Michael George

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Patrick Benson Keke Blackmore-Moore David Ioannou William Cuthbert Mitchell Lovell Joshua Harbottle Joel Langford Jai Swainger Simon Gleeson Mitchell Rees

1st

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)

2nd

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3rd

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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DE LA SALLE GOLD

PENINSULA

Coach: Michael Hogan Assistant: Peter Harrington

Coach: Theo Messinis Assistant: Mark Glenn

Nathan Beaumont Josh Wood James Amerena Pat O’connell Con Panna Tim Shallue Jon Tsoutsouras Matt Hogan Damian Grant Kobi Wallis Danny Bollis Robert Mccarthy Hamish Curtis Lucas Forato Matt Harvey Matt Mullaly Xavier Leonard Jack Hanley Sean Murphy Brent Cranage Domonic Spicer Jamie Smith

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TEAM

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Sam Harrington Simon Woodcock Arron Wheatly Patrick Hatch Nicholas Lowrie Joe Cox Matthew Pennacchia Jack Hanley Darcy Craig James Howard

1st

Sam Glenn (VC) Nathan Cassano Aaron Brockley Harry Featherby Braden Churcher Scott Cain Jordan Owens Cameron Macauley (C) Nick Messinis Tom Malan Jarrod Shepherd Luke Keon Michael Wilson Andrew Coghlan Seb Barbour Pat Healy Matt Beggs

2nd

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Tom Humphris Tom Hussey Jesse Ramirez Laurens Van der Sluijs Hayden Brodie Jeremy Gleeson Andrew Hockenhegger Tom Feldgen Jordan Pomeroy (DVC) Jack Rothery Tom Shayler Tom LaBrooy Alex Stock Nick Baron

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YARRA VALLEY OLD BOYS FOOTBALL CLUB Victorian Amateur Football Association Division 3

Under 19 Coach for 2013 Under 19 Team Manager for 2013 We are experiencing on-field success in 2012 with pending finals campaigns, and have strong offfield supports. We seek an Under 19 Coach with at least Level 1 accreditation, enthusiasm and an eye to the future, and an Under 19 Team Manager. Enquiries to Ian Letson – secretary@yvobfc.com.au THE AMATEUR FOOTBALLER 2012

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UMPIRES

Steve McCarthy & Cam Davidson

SPRING TIME Ahh! We love it. Spring is in the air which of course means finals. The time for us to put all that hard work of pre-season and cold winter nights into practice and strut our stuff on the big September stage. Just a few tips for some of those more inexperienced umpires stepping into finals action for the first time. First of all, READ BENNY’S BULLETINS. Important information will be there every week with procedures into drawn games etc. Check your appointment carefully. During the finals we play some games at unusual times and venues and they are on BOTH days. On match day arrive early. Be aware that during finals there will be more spectators than you have seen during the year so parking and traffic may be an issue. Seek out your Duty Officer. The Duty Officer needs to be aware that all umpires have arrived at the ground – ON TIME!! Prepare yourself well and ensure you know your team on the day as its likely you’ll meet umpires you haven’t run with during the year. Switch on and focus on the game at hand. If you’ve experienced disappointment, focus on today’s game and NOT the game you think you should have been appointed to. Enjoy, enjoy, enjoy. Soak it up. And remember for many of you it’s not over yet. Plenty of grand finals on offer next week. Whiten those runners, iron those flags, and away we go!!! The Old Boys We all know that the VAFA is an Old Boys Football Association. Well, it applies to the umpires as well. The geriatrics took the field on Sunday in a D3 final at Box Hill City Oval; Peter (Tugger) Pullen & Paul Jones in the field with Dom Napoli & Anthony Damen in the goals. As we know, appointed goal umpires are supposed to let the field umpires know when they are due back on 50

field after a break, so when Tugger asked AD, (the new boy waving the flags), “how long??” and he noticed that he didn’t have a watch, Tugger asked how are you going to let me know when to come back on when you don’t have a watch? AD responded, “the way Tugger and Jonesey are umpiring I don’t need a watch, I could time it with a Sundial.” Love it!!!!!!!!!!! The New Boys A couple of young boundary umpires were chatting to a couple of learned field umpires on the weekend. “Do we get paid more for doing finals?” “Yes you do.” “Great, do we get paid more for doing grand finals?” “Yes you do.” “Hmm. I suppose we’ll have to start coming to training then”. New gear We had it confirmed last week that we will be sporting new uniforms in 2013. All sorts of options were discussed so stay tuned to the VAFAUA website at http://vafaua.asn.au over summer to find out more. Well done to Luke Holmes for all his work in this area. In relation to Holmesey, after a couple years in the Presidents Chair he’s handed the gavel over to Daniel Silfo for 2013. Well done Luke, have a well-earned break. Grand Final Lunch Details next week. Harris Family Butchers Don’t forget our sponsors who always do a sensational job in supplying our barby meat at our functions and meetings. Fantastic barby last week. Go down and visit them at 73 Mackie Road East Bentleigh and they’ll look after you. Personal Mortgage Managers For all your buying and selling needs in the real estate world, enlist the help of long-time sponsor Anthony Damen who will certainly do the right thing for you. THE AMATEUR FOOTBALLER 2012


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PREMIER THIRDS 2ND SEMI FINAL 9:15am Saturday 8 September - Sportscover Arena

2 4 5 6 8 9 10 12 14 15 16 17 18 20 21 25 26 28 30 31 33 35

OLD XAVERIANS

COLLEGIANS

Coach: Pat Halpin Assistant: Nick Butler

Coach: Rob Muir

Thomas Fahey Josh Hanger Trent Preece Josh Evans Matthew Dimattina Matthew Altis (VC) Anthony Torre (CC) Philip Henderson Callum Dipierdomenico William Smith Peter Doyle (CC) Dan Meehan Patrick Purcell Sam Adams Jeremy Preece James Glen Charles Chisholm Jeremy Mcdonnell Dominic Prowse Mark Trovato Michael Dipietro Julian Moylan

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1 3 4 5 9 10 11 13 14 16 17 18 19 20 21 R 21 23 24 25 26 29

Benjamin Pirrie Andrew Lachal Tim Trahair William Bull James Smith James Storey Dan Molan (DVC) Damien Ryan Michael Hennessy

TEAM

Bradley Duff Simon Jeffery Andrew Shinkfield Christopher Dunwill Lachlan Collins Jackson Ross Gareth Jones William Candy Josh Ashman Andrew Baxter (VC) Kim Findlay Luke Schoknecht (C) Ross Blackley Mark Parrent Ollie Howard David Mutton Thomas Wells Tim Baxter Rob Muir Edward Bird Haydon Parsons

1st

2nd

30 35 40 41 44 45 47 48 49 51 52 53 54 R 54 55 56 57 61 67 86

William Schwab Mark Austin Luke Casey Nick Baxter (VC) Ned Withers Andrew Stone Norbert Williams Sam Doupe-Watt Patrick Timms Davinda Jayatilake (VC) James Patterson Ashley Huggins Cameron Bonnar Tom Sztefek Nicholas Brown Calvin Lyon James Slatyer Ed Cordner Justin Clark Hugh McKenzie

3rd

4th

Siren

1ST SEMI FINAL 9:15am Sunday 9 September - Sportscover Arena

4 30 36 38 39 40 43 50 51 62 63 64 67 69 71 72 74 79 80 81 82 83

OLD SCOTCH

UNI BLUES

Coach: Scott Witham Assistant: Lachie Cooper

Coach: Bob Girdwood

Lachie Cohen Scott Bradley Nick Clay Jason Sherriff Simon Barnett Angus Harlock Byron Smith Alex O’shannessy John Daggian Michael Chitham Matthew Elliott Tristan Bowman Sam Stott Alex Van Ryn Leo Tang Tom Auty Alex Williamson Hamish Taylor Mitch Bradley Tim Melville Will Ponsford Will Darling

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Will Mackintosh Dion Kaliviotis Ed Barbour Mitchell Scott Maurice Clayton David Knight Mat Bate Tim Briggs Charlie Houghton

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Troy Auld Jared Edwards Anthony Prendergast Mitchell Pickering Matt Porra Patrick Mithen Cameron Fletcher James Osmond Lachlan Garrick Tom Calvert Christian Borovac Jack Townley Daniel Carmody Henry Hanlon Brendan Drake Jared Crawford Seamus Curran Robbie Russo Edward Long Patrick Curran Nick Hardie-Grant Nick MacRae

2nd

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Liam Quin Peter Marshall David Marshall Ben Jongebloed Sam Dalton Oliver Lade Adam Sir David Krones Jackson Hood James McArthur Frank Mooney Jon Hibbert Daniel Condon Rory Kennedy Will McLachlan

4th

Siren

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PREMIER B THIRDS 2ND SEMI FINAL 9:15am Saturday 8 September - Box Hill City Oval

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ST KEVINS

OLD XAVERIANS

Coach: Nick Marchesani

Coach: Shane Healy Assistants: Tony Franklyn / Liam Grigg

Adam Balestra Hugh Bergin Samuel Carne Brendan Cooke James Douglas John Griffiths William Hartley Peter Harvey Tom Harvey Gerard Holland Jack Jolly Steve Landers James Leggett Matthieu Lucas Nicholas Marchesani Jamie McConville Kieran McInerney James Mustey Alexander Peloza Timothy Sharpe James Syme Patrick Turnbull

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59 Tom Woolfe 79 Hagen Cosgriffe

TEAM

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Marek Pietzak Zebe Haupt Alex Haeusler Jack Curtis James Morrison Vijay Crisafi Daniel Curtain Luke Bisset Jono Banting Mitch Skene Connor O’flaherty Dan Barry Josh Bosnar Killian Donohoe Pat Storey Nick Nunan Matt Galbraith Tim Dillon Pat Cleve Luke Santilli Jack Bergin Pat Dillon Pat Wraith Charlie Denton

1st

2nd

Tom Pane Will Ralph James Meehan Karl Kaldawi Elliot Pititto John Hodgman Ben Corcoran Damian Holland Julian Darrer Charlie Hess James Downie Dan Selir

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4th

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1ST SEMI FINAL 9:15am Sunday 9 September - Trevor Barker Oval

3 7 12 16 20 22 23 27 31 32 35 40 42 53 57 63 66 67 68 86 157

OLD BRIGHTON

OLD MELBURNIANS

Coach: Tom Buntz

Coaches: John Guest

2 4 4 5 6 7 7 8 10 12 13 25 26 27 30 31 34 35 56 64 71 72 73 76

Sam Henley Luke Dinsdale Stuart Conlan Sam Marks Alaistair Pascoe Ramy Bassily John Marks Simon Weybury Robert Anniss Kieran Moore Elliot Yeatman Mitchell Crawford Thomas O’Halloran Brendan James Edmund Wittich Zach WILSON Justin Koob Anthony Paterson Nicholas Materia Scott Eastgate Nicholas Powell

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Damon Velakoulis Alexander Crosby Thomas Lackmann Sebastian Kemmerer Morne Spies Christopher Baillieu James Bate Stefan STACEY Rupert Doyle James Siebert Benjamin Baines Cameron Tunbridge john Cooper Timothy Oman Alex Carter Morgan Cottee Christopher De Campo Oscar Jenkins Christopher Stubbe Leon Koumouris Richard Armit Andrew Cameron William Thompson Nicholas Yencken

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4th

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PREMIER C THIRDS 2ND SEMI FINAL 9:15am Saturday 8 September - Trevor Barker Oval

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FITZROY

ST KEVINS

Coach: Tim Madden

Coach: Troy McMaster

Dan Morgan Tim Wilson Alex Grant Stephen Graham Justin Nagorka Amos Wilson Gabrielle Poulton Austin Ley Martin Cook Max Oliver James Pitts Robert Breda James Cowan Clark Adam Biggs Martyn Cusack David Hastie Diarmuid Griffin Trion Paleologou Jake Farrell Gary McCarthy Chris Krousoratis Dan Ryan

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Shelley Fulton Trent Coleman (C) Dylan Temple Nick Brown Martyn Beacham Martin Scott Dan McLeod Michael Younger Josh Murray Marc Willson Jamie Mackay Alex Johnson

TEAM

Michael Baini Benjamin Omizzolo Nicholas Monarca Daniel Maccarrone Harry Cruise Theodore Garrow Liam Clancey Brendan Smart Michael Alexopoulos Ben McIntosh Harry Sargent James Barrie Robbie Dicintio Nicholas Wald Jack Murphy Cruise Daniel Kerr Sam Browne Dominic Loschiavo Patrick Rhodes Luke Davrain Alan Dassie David Geltch

1st

Henry Fields

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4th

Siren

1ST SEMI FINAL 9:15am Sunday 9 September - Box Hill City Oval

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OLD CAMBERWELL

MAZENOD

Coach: David Middleton

Coaches: Paul McGowan

Dominic La Fontaine Bradley Wild Joshua Kennedy Michael Price Josef Atkinson Philip Kanz Matthew Berry Paul Figueroa Matthew Woodbridge Daniel De Sanctis Simon Jones Dominic Mitchell Brett Cottrell Michael Taylor Teri Miriklis Andrew Benson Trent Sigalas Jackson Crothers Samuel Tarbet Andrew Rogers

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Sean Bamblett-Furner Jeffrey Bates Adam Bau Scott Castledine Jamie Cetraro James Chanter Stephen Christopher Christopher Collins Bernard Costin Stephen Cummins Joshua Dipietro James Hende Gareth Joachim Jason Kavanagh Ryan Kaye Nick Klavins Darren McMullin Dale Micallef Scott Micallef Shaun Moran Steven Paolucci Michael Pecora

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AFL Grand Final Eve Luncheon Featuring Guest Speakers:

David Schwarz

Liam Pickering Gary Ablett Jnr

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DATE:

Friday 28th September

TIME:

12:30pm – 4:30pm

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RESULTS PREMIER THIRDS

LAST ROUND

Old Trinity 5.2, 7.5, 10.9, 14.15 (99) Caulfield Grammarians 2.2, 6.3, 9.5, 10.7 (67) GOALS, Old Trinity: L. Piccolo 5, L. Juric 3, C. Sparsi 2, A. Kepitis 1, I. Huynh 1, N. Bourke 1, D. Bell 1 Caulfield Grammarians: B. Scott 6, P. Mayes 2, W. Rudd 1, A. Bednarek 1 BEST, Old Trinity: C. Sparsi, L. Piccolo, E. Blanthorn, L. Juric, N. Bourke, T. Criagie Caulfield Grammarians: M. Wood, P. Mayes, W. Eke, A. Alibrando, C. Mengler-Francis, B. Scott De La Salle 0.0, 0.0, 0.0, 16.13 (109) Old Carey 0.0, 0.0, 0.0, 12.8 (80) GOALS, De La Salle: S. Griffin 4, A. Kurzel 3, S. Morwood 3, M. Briglia 2, N. Hogan 2, M. Rodgers 1, T. Krezel 1 Old Carey: M. Andrews 4, T. Macready - Bryan 2, M. Baker 2, H. Fischer 2, P. Tiras 1, T. Rule 1 BEST, De La Salle: S. Griffin, S. Hogan, B. Hughes, N. Hogan, M. Briglia, T. Krezel Old Carey: P. Tiras, B. Andrews, J. Carpenter, S. Davidson, T. Rule, H. Fischer Old Scotch 4.6, 6.1, 2.7, 18.21 (129) St Bernards 1.1, 2.0, 2.0, 8.1 (49) GOALS, Old Scotch: S. Bradley 3, N. Clay 3, A. Harlock 3, M. Bradley 2, T. Hays 1, T. Melville 1, J. Sherriff 1, C. Houghton 1, M. Bate 1, H. Taylor 1, M. Chitham 1 St Bernards: P. Comerford 3, M. Byrne 2, D. O’Connor 1, J. Notaro 1, M. Kavanagh 1 BEST, Old Scotch: S. Bradley, A. Harlock, L. Cohen, T. Melville, C. Houghton, T. Hays St Bernards: T. O’Sullivan, J. Notaro, M. Byrne, A. Sicari, J. Couch, T. Kendjer, X. Cox, C. Mitchell Collegians 3.2, 7.12, 7.16, 11.19 (85) Old Xaverians 4.2, 5.5, 5.7, 8.10 (58) GOALS, Collegians: E. Cordner 2, J. Ashman 2, G. Jones 1, L. Casey 1, W. Candy 1, J. Ross 1, P. Timms 1, C. Bonnar 1, B. Duff 1 Old Xaverians: M. Hennessy 2, S. Adams 2, W. Bull 1, J. Hanger 1, M. Altis 1, B. PIRRIE 1 BEST, Collegians: G. Jones, L. Schoknecht, O. Howard, L. Casey, E. Cordner, N. Brown Old Xaverians: J. Moylan, P. Purcell, C. Dipierdomenico, T. Fahey, D. Prowse, W. Bull

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LAST ROUND

Old Mentonians 3.4, 9.8, 14.12, 18.14 (122) Banyule 2.4, 4.5, 8.8, 11.17 (83) GOALS, Old Mentonians: G. Snow 5, R. Imlach 3, L. Cormie 2, S. Brown 1, L. Oliver 1, N. Garson 1, C. Beck 1, P. Forsyth 1, T. Marshall 1, A. RAYMENT 1 Banyule: J. Schaffert 5, D. Haeusler 2, Z. Cleaver 2, J. Appleby 1, M. Borg 1 BEST, Old Mentonians: J. Jansson, P. Forsyth, M. Siemers, K. Regan, G. Snow, R. Imlach Banyule: J. Schaffert, L. O’Callaghan, R. Keys, P. Trovato, B. Souvatzis, D. Haeusler Fitzroy 4.2, 9.7, 14.11, 22.16 (148) Mazenod 2.4, 2.5, 4.7, 4.9 (33) GOALS, Fitzroy: S. Fulton 11, J. Farrell 5, N. Brown 2, A. Ley 2, J. Pitts 1, S. Graham 1 Mazenod: S. Christopher 2, J. Kavanagh 1, N. Klavins 1 BEST, Fitzroy: S. Fulton, J. Farrell, D. Mcleod, J. Murray, G. Mccarthy, D. Ryan Mazenod: S. Cummins, J. Dipietro, N. Klavins, D. Micallef, S. Christopher, R. Kaye Old Camberwell 6.5, 10.10, 13.13, 20.15 (135) Whitefriars 2.0, 4.2, 8.5, 13.8 (86) GOALS, Old Camberwell: M. Taylor 5, T. Miriklis 3, A. Benson 3, B. Cottrell 2, D. De Sanctis 2, B. Wild 1, P. Figueroa 1, J. Crothers 1, D. La Fontaine 1, D. Mitchell 1 Whitefriars: B. Bucello 4, C. Spencer 2, P. Siorovingas 2, B. Vey 2, J. Zachariah 1, M. Shanks 1, H. Fulton 1 BEST, Old Camberwell: D. De Sanctis, M. Price, T. Miriklis, M. Taylor, A. Rogers, B. Cottrell Whitefriars: H. Fulton, M. Shanks, N. Di Pietrantonio, C. Spencer, B. Bucello, A. Daou St Kevins 5.0, 10.4, 11.9, 14.12 (96) Marcellin 2.0, 4.5, 7.54, 9.7 (61) GOALS, St Kevins: D. Kerr 6, L. Clancey 2, B. Omizzolo 2, D. Geltch 1, D. Maccarrone 1, L. Davrain 1 Marcellin: N. Brown 7, S. Ayoub 1, N. James 1 BEST, St Kevins: S. Browne, P. Rhodes, J. Murphy Cruise, D. Kerr, N. Monarca, L. Clancey Marcellin: N. Brown, M. Grigoruk, J. Donnellan, N. James, L. Mccormack, B. Hogan

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LAST ROUND

Old Melburnians 0.0, 0.0, 0.0, 14.10 (94) Old Xaverians 0.0, 0.0, 0.0, 13.4 (82) GOALS, Old Melburnians: S. Kemmerer 7, A. Carter 2, B. Baines 1, C. Tunbridge 1, M. Spies 1, M. Cottee 1, C. De Campo 1 Old Xaverians: not provided BEST, Old Melburnians: A. Cameron, O. Jenkins, W. Thompson, S. Kemmerer, T. Oman, D. Velakoulis Old Xaverians: not provided St Kevins 3.1, 5.7, 10.15, 15.19 (109) Northern Blues 2.1, 6.2, 6.6, 8.9 (57) GOALS, St Kevins: J. Griffiths 3, H. Bergin 3, T. Woolfe 2, J. Mcconville 1, J. Douglas 1, A. Peloza 1, N. Marchesani 1, J. Syme 1, K. Mcinerney 1, A. Balestra 1 Northern Blues: E. Barclay 3, L. Mcredmond 2, N. De Andrade 2, C. Altis 1 BEST, St Kevins: P. Turnbull, J. Jolly, J. Griffiths, J. Mustey, H. Bergin, K. Mcinerney Northern Blues: J. Phelan, J. Caruana, T. Beames, L. Mcredmond, N. De Andrade, T. Huglin

UNDER 18

LAST ROUND

SEMI FINAL 1 St Bernards

2.3,

3.5,

5.6,

9.9 (63)

Rupertswood

2.3,

3.4,

8.12,

8.13 (61)

GOALS, St Bernards: T. Russell 3, J. Sullivan 2, L. Jowett 2, S. Woods 1, P. Romano 1 Rupertswood: A. Millane 3, C. Ross 2, D. Cerini 1, N. Vadnjal 1, J. Barrett 1 BEST, St Bernards: J. Holland, T. Russell, T. Bisognano, L. Jowett, T. Delzoppo, J. Sullivan Rupertswood: not provided

SEMI FINAL 2 Oakleigh

4.1,

8.5,

10.10,

14.17 (101)

Werribee Districts

4.2,

9.2,

11.7,

11.11 (77)

GOALS, Oakleigh: B. Still 4, A. Cloke 4, A. Mase 2, L. Daidone 2, T. Michael 1, J. Lever 1 Werribee Districts: D. Thomas 3, P. O’Brien 2, H. King 2, A. Knezevic 2, M. Smith 1, D. Mclellan 1 BEST, Oakleigh: A. Deneys, A. Cloke, R. Khan, L. Daidone, B. Still Werribee Districts: A. Shanks, P. O’Brien, M. Smith, A. Court, N. Coyne, A. Knezevic

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UNDER 18 PRELIMINARY FINAL 11:40am Sunday 9 September – Bill Lawry Oval WERRIBEE DISTRICTS

ST BERNARDS

Coach: Chris Burton

Coach: Serge Ramano Assistant: Michael Hedley

1

Kieren Delaney

1

Jeremy Sullivan

2

Mason Smith

2

Taylor Bisognano (C)

3

Nishan Coyne

3

Killian Cashin

4

Dylan McLellan

4

Stefan Piantella

5

Matthew Burton

5

Patrick Romano

7

Jack Harris

6

Joshua Hedley

8

Mitchell Thar

7

Thomas Madden

9

Patrick O’Brien

8

Patrick O’Sullivan

10

Luke Vella

9

James Riley

11

Daniel Delaney

10

Jack Howard

12

Jayme Lawson

11

Thomas Saundry

16

Luke Gibbs

12

Mark Spence

17

Aaron Knezevic

13

Edward Connelly

18

Callum Lawerson

14

Sam Woods

19

Alex Shanks

15

Daniel Parkes

20

Daniel Stoios

16

Jack Holland

21

Jake Hibbert

17

Mitchell Cooper

22

Alex Court

18

Thomas Riley

23

Jack Elliott

19

Shaun Tamraz

24

Liam D’Arcy

21

Claude Issa

25

Haydn Acciarito

23

Thomas Delzoppo

26

Dane Thomas

24

Thomas Russell

27

Nicholas Christou

25

Sean O’Keefe

28

Scott Stewart

26

James Oruba

29

Ben Nathan

30

Lachlan Jowett

48

Seamus Webb

56

Adam Bevanda

60

Jonathan Ayres

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SURREY PARK FOOTBALL CLUB INC. EXPRESSIONS OF INTEREST FOR 2013 COACHING POSITIONS

FIRST XVIII – HEAD COACH (ALSO PLAYING / NON PLAYING ASSISTANT COACHES)

RESERVE XVIII COACH & UNDER 19 COACH L1 Accredited Trainers & Sports Masseurs Remuneration Negotiable Detailed EOI’s must be in writing and addressed to: Football Operations Manager PO Box 125 Ringwood East VIC 3135 Applications close Wednesday 19/09/12 If you require further information please call Rod Buncle on M: 0418 151 446 or email on rbuncle@testedgroup.com

The St Mary’s Salesian Amateur Football Club

Division 2 Is seeking applications for the following coaching positions for season 2013

Reserves, Under 19’s & Under 18’s The successful applicants will have a passion for coaching and mentoring a young list with the aim to teach and develop our players into senior footballers. We have strong playing lists and off field assistance in place. ¾ The positions are open to experienced or new coaches. ¾ The under 19 & 18 coaches will work closely with the Senior Coaching Staff. ¾ The club will assist with coaching accreditation. SMS is located in Glen Iris and is a well administered and resourced club with excellent facilities. Applicants are invited to send their written applications to: David Malcolm, President St Mary’s Salesian AFC Email: smsafc@bigpond.com Or Ph: 0409311553 Applications close 30th September 2012

ORMOND AMATEUR FOOTBALL CLUB

COACHING APPLICATIONS Ormond Amateur Football Club are seeking coaching applications for the

Seniors, Reserves, U/19s and Club 18 teams for 2013. Renumeration negotiable. New and ex-players are also welcome. Please send a covering letter and resume to Damien Cleary at oafc@bigpond.com by September 8.

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OLD PARADIANS’ ASSOCIATION AMATEUR FOOTBALL CLUB (VAFA Div 2) Based at Parade College, Plenty Road Bundoora, Old Paradians provides excellent facilities with an affiliation with Parade College and a strong affiliated junior club. We are a well resourced and managed club seeking applications for the following positions for season 2013:

VAFA Premier B Section www.skobfc.com.au

UNDER 19 COACH

Applications are invited for the following positions in 2013:

We are seeking a coach who will be able to assist the club in sustained growth and success. We are looking for a coach who can demonstrate experience in being able to coach and develop Under 19 players such that they are ready to make the transition to senior football.

SENIOR COACH DEVELOPMENT COACH RESERVES COACH UNDER 19 COACH THIRDS COACHES & ASSISTANT COACHES

Applicants need to be enthusiastic leaders, well organised, possess excellent communication & interpersonal skills, have a proven understanding of all facets of today’s football trends and the ability to teach and implement these. A minimum level one coaching accreditation is required and an understanding of the VAFA competition is preferred.

Competitive Remuneration. Please provide a cover letter outlining your experience, what you would bring to the club and specific plans for our club.

Applications close 4th September. Forward applications or enquiries to:

Level 1 Coaching accreditation required

Brendan Flynn - Football Manager Old Paradians’ Association Amateur Football Club. BRFlynn@agilitylogistics.com ph: 0488 316 880

Initial enquiries to Steve Browne (0418 317 248) by Monday 8th October 2012

Manningham Cobras Football Club seeks expressions of interest for the following positions for the 2013 Season and beyond:

• Senior Coach • Senior Assistant Coach

OLD ELTHAM COLLEGIANS F.C. EST. 1986 SENIOR FINALIST 2006, 07, 08, 11, 12

(Playing or Non-Playing)

WE ARE SEEKING APPLICATIONS FOR

• Reserves Coach

SENIOR ASSISTANT COACHES (PLAYING OR NON PLAYING)

After a strong 2012 the club is looking to improve and grow. We have a young enthusiastic list and excellent facilities being based at Koonung Reserve one of the best grounds in suburban Melbourne.

ASSISTANT RESERVE COACHES

Applications should be forwarded to: Manningham Cobras Football Club

APPLICATIONS CLOSE 30/9/12

Email: noelb@preformed.com.au Enquiries can be directed to Noel Bullen (President) Mob: 0418 222 488

FORWARD APPLICATIONS TO ALAN SUTHERLAND sudsy@email.flow.com.au

Closing Date: Friday 12th September, 2012.

If you would like further information please telephone Alan Sutherland on 0417533856

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AJAX Amateur Football Club Inc.

Following on a successful season in 2011 culminating in Premierships in Premier C and Premier C Reserve and a year of consolidation in Premier B in 2012, AJAX are inviting applications for season 2013 for

SENIOR COACH

Due to the retirement of our current coach, who enjoyed successful four year tenure with the Club, we are seeking a coach who has a proven track record of success and who has the level of drive, motivation and plan to take our high profile community Club into the future. Applicants need to have the required qualifications, have a strong understanding of all the aspects of today’s football trends and demonstrate the ability to teach and implement these to a playing list with a high proportion of younger profile players. A highly competitive salary and a supportive and hard working committee to support your efforts and initiatives are on offer.

Monash Blues Amateur Football Club (VAFA – Division 1) is seeking a

SENIOR COACH for 2013 Monash Blues AFC is based at Monash University, Clayton Campus. We have outstanding facilities, including pool and gym access for all players. We have a strong playing list, stable committee and supportive past player’s network. We expect all four teams – Seniors, Reserves, Under 19 & Club 18 to be finals contenders in 2013. We are seeking to appoint a new senior coach following the resignation of Tim Powell (ex AFL player for Richmond and Carlton) after three years of exceptional service. The successful applicant will be able to demonstrate: · A proven ability to work with young men in a football club environment. · Outstanding communication skills. · Detailed knowledge of the modern game, and the ability to develop a suitable club-based game plan. · The ability to identify and improve player skill level. · The ability to lead a team of coaches across four sides.

Forward applications or enquiries to: Peter Kagan, Secretary AJAX Amateur Football Club Inc. pkagan@bigpond.net.au Mob: 0419 379 071 Applications close: 24th September, 2012

· Full commitment to the demands of the role. A competitive remuneration will be negotiated. Please direct initial enquiries to Andrew McGregor, President Monash Blues AFC, via email andrew.mcgregor@haileybury.vic.edu.au who can provide further information as required. The club intends to make an appointment in early October, 2012.

Hampton Rovers Amateur Football Club

Coaching Applications The Hampton Rovers Amateur Football Club, playing in the VAFA, is currently seeking applications for the position of Senior Coach (playing or non-playing) for the 2013 season and beyond. With planned works for the club rooms over the off season, and arguably one of Melbourne’s best playing surfaces, you have the opportunity to become part of a proud club and lead a passionate team into a new era. The successful applicant/s will must have the ability to bring senior players to the club to complement and build on a strong foundation of talented young footballers. The applicant/s must also have the ability to connect with and develop the club’s young playing list. Applications to be forwarded to Matthew Gray via email at info@globalsportssolutions.com.au Applications close Friday September 14th 2012.

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East Burwood Football Club Expressions of interest are sought for coaching positions in 2013.

SENIORS: Playing or Non-Playing RESERVES: Playing or Non-Playing UNDER 19s: Non-Playing For further information contact John Sword on 0408 366 952 All applications (in writing) to: The President East Burwood Football Club. C/- 36 Wridgway Avenue, Burwood. Vic 3125 or johnsword@bigpond.com Applications close Friday 21st September 2012

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Caulfield Grammarians Football Club are seeking applications for the position of

Senior Coach for 2013. The Club will participate in B Section in 2013. The Senior Coach for the past four seasons, Steven Lawrence, has announced that he will not be seeking re-appointment. Level 1 Coaching accreditation required Initial inquiries to Matthew Scholten (0411 875 161) Applications close 30 September, 2012

Old Ivanhoe Grammarians Football Club Established 1964

Senior coach VAFA C Section 2013 Season We are seeking a senior coach to develop a talented base of young footballers and skilled senior players. Playing conditions are excellent with a strong support structure in place. Applicants should hold a minimum Level One Coaching Accreditation.

Remuneration negotiable. Expressions of interest including CV can be emailed to Brendan Butler, Director of Football: oldivanhoe.fc@gmail.com. Enquires to Brendan: 0418 554 970 Applications close no later than Monday 24th September and will be treated in the strictest confidence.

THERRY PENOLA AMATEUR FOOTBALL CLUB (VAFA Div 2)

APPLICATION FOR COACHES

Based in Oak Park we are inviting applications for the following position for season 2013:

SENIOR COACH We are seeking a coach who will be able to assist the club in sustained growth and success. Applicants need to be enthusiastic leaders, well organised, possess excellent communication & interpersonal skills, have a proven understanding of all facets of today’s football trends and the ability to teach and implement these.

SEASON 2013 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.

A minimum level one coaching accreditation is required and an understanding of the VAFA competition is preferred.

All Coaching positions will be vacated at the end of the 2012 season.

Competitive Remuneration.

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

Please provide a cover letter outlining your experience, what you would bring to the club and specific plans for our club. Applications close 7th September. Forward applications or enquiries to: Rodney Moran Secretary Therry Penola Amateur Football Club rodm_66@yahoo.com.au ph: 0412 582 985 www.therrypenolafc.org.au

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

DIVISION TWO P 18 18 18 18 18 18 18 18 18 18

W 13 13 13 11 11 10 8 7 3 0

L 4 5 5 7 7 7 10 11 15 18

D 1 0 0 0 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 1751 1686 1514 1612 1643 1531 1511 1425 1110 885

A 1249 1139 1135 1118 1342 1205 1632 1623 1538 2687

% 140.19 148.02 133.39 144.19 122.43 127.05 92.59 87.8 72.17 32.94

Pts 54 52 52 44 44 42 32 28 12 0

D 0 0 0 0 1 1 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 1784 1544 1678 1512 1181 1202 1070 1193 695 393

A 615 808 890 928 1114 1213 1291 1129 1831 2433

% 290.08 191.09 188.54 162.93 106.01 99.09 82.88 105.67 37.96 16.15

Pts 72 56 48 40 38 34 34 30 4 4

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

P 18 18 18 18 18 18 18 18 18 18

W L 18 0 14 4 12 6 10 8 9 8 8 9 8 9 7 10 1 17 1 17

Fitzroy St Kevins Old Camberwell Mazenod Marcellin Banyule Old Mentonians Whitefriars

P 18 18 18 18 18 18 18 18 18 18

L 2 2 5 9 10 11 14 16

D 0 0 0 1 1 0 0 0

B 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

FF 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

F 2046 1654 1618 1296 1632 1283 896 880

A 808 940 1065 1275 1388 1610 2090 2166

% 253.22 175.96 151.92 101.65 117.58 79.69 42.87 40.63

Pts 64 64 52 34 30 24 16 4

W 17 15 13 12 9 7 6 5 4 1

L 1 3 5 6 9 10 11 13 14 17

D 0 0 0 0 0 1 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 1929 2251 1811 1900 1432 1393 1496 1232 1283 1148

A 1185 1063 1329 1269 1663 1303 1548 2075 2173 2267

% 162.78 211.76 136.27 149.72 86.11 106.91 96.64 59.37 59.04 50.64

Pts 68 60 52 48 36 30 26 20 16 4

FF 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

F 2009 1678 1289 1363 1405 1445 1271 1048 892 379

A 728 900 900 1101 1022 1132 1205 1282 1677 2832

% 275.96 186.44 143.22 123.8 137.48 127.65 105.48 81.75 53.19 13.38

Pts 64 52 44 44 40 40 36 24 12 0

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

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P 18 18 17 18 18 17 18 18 18 18

W L 16 2 13 5 11 6 11 7 10 8 10 7 9 9 6 12 3 15 0 18

W 15 14 14 12 10 8 6 5 3 2

L 3 4 4 6 8 10 11 12 15 16

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 1811 1752 1614 1294 1477 1413 1024 1395 1118 998

A 1072 1054 1109 1048 1395 1422 1768 1565 1693 1824

% 168.94 166.22 145.54 123.47 105.88 99.37 57.92 89.14 66.04 54.71

Pts 60 56 56 48 40 32 26 22 12 8

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

P 18 18 18 18 18 18 18 18 18 18

W 17 13 12 12 10 8 5 4 4 3

L 1 5 4 6 8 9 12 14 14 15

D 0 0 2 0 0 1 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 1816 1417 1369 1432 1003 1198 943 944 725 808

A 604 745 777 807 1259 1264 1241 1510 1768 1680

% 300.66 190.2 176.19 177.45 79.67 94.78 75.99 62.52 41.01 48.1

Pts 68 52 52 48 40 34 22 16 16 12

L 1 3 6 6 6 8 11 11 11 13 15 15

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 2336 1784 1591 1630 1493 1777 1424 1328 1424 1206 1002 1014

A 1060 1114 1327 1518 1146 1572 1560 1525 1615 1851 1982 1739

% 220.38 160.14 119.89 107.38 130.28 113.04 91.28 87.08 88.17 65.15 50.55 58.31

Pts 68 60 48 48 46 38 28 28 26 20 12 10

F 1916 1829 1614 1562 1454 1348 1238 1000 1064 824 835 683

A 690 694 797 1009 938 1095 1449 1426 1678 1703 2047 1841

% 277.68 263.54 202.51 154.81 155.01 123.11 85.44 70.13 63.41 48.39 40.79 37.1

Pts 64 64 56 52 44 36 32 28 20 12 12 12

DIVISION THREE

W 14 16 13 8 7 6 4 1

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

P 18 18 18 18 18 18 18 18 18 18

DIVISION TWO RESERVES

PREMIER C THIRDS P 16 18 18 18 18 17 18 17

Bulleen Templestowe Old Eltham Collegians Prahran Assumption Old Paradians Monash Gryphons Therry Penola St Mary’s Salesian South Melb Districts 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 18 18 18 18 18 18 18 18 18 18 18 18

W 17 15 12 12 11 9 7 7 6 5 3 2

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

P 18 18 18 18 18 18 18 18 18 18 18 18

W 16 16 14 13 11 9 8 7 5 3 3 3

L 2 2 4 5 7 9 10 11 13 15 15 15

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 18 Swinburne University 18 Eley Park Sharks 18 Point Cook 18 North Brunswick 18 Manningham Cobras 18 West Brunswick 18 Box Hill North 18 Mt Lilydale 18 Chadstone 18

W 16 16 15 12 7 7 6 5 4 1

UNDER 19 PREMIER L 2 2 3 5 11 11 12 12 14 17

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 2230 1899 1892 2076 1611 1408 1351 1534 1170 975

A 926 1162 1384 1569 1528 1584 1523 2158 1843 2469

% 240.82 163.43 136.71 132.31 105.43 88.89 88.71 71.08 63.48 39.49

Pts 64 64 60 50 28 28 24 22 16 4

F 2158 2020 1797 1800 1652 1097 1045 842 744 327

A 581 864 800 655 1390 1172 1596 1555 1996 2894

% 371.43 233.8 224.62 274.81 118.85 93.6 65.48 54.15 37.27 11.3

Pts 64 56 56 48 40 36 24 18 18 0

W 16 13 14 12 10 9 6 4 4 0

L 2 4 4 6 8 9 12 12 13 18

D 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 1 0

B 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

FF 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

CLUB XVIII (1) Old Xaverians Old Melburnians NOBS/ St Pats 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

P 15 15 13 15 14 15 14 14 15 14

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 18 18 18 18 18 18 18

W L 11 4 12 4 9 6 10 6 10 6 2 13 0 15

D 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

B 3 2 3 2 2 3 3

FF 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

F 1291 1398 1032 1174 1169 479 410

A 594 747 698 799 847 1577 1691

% 217.34 187.15 147.85 146.93 138.02 30.37 24.25

Pts 56 56 48 48 48 20 12

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

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

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W 17 15 14 11 9 9 7 5 2 1

L 1 3 4 7 9 9 11 13 16 17

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 2095 2132 1669 1908 1394 1359 1424 1059 911 787

A 947 893 1051 1173 1541 1576 1501 1805 2057 2227

% 221.22 238.75 158.8 162.66 90.46 86.23 94.87 58.67 44.29 35.34

Pts 68 60 56 44 36 36 28 20 8 4

B 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

FF 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0

F 1458 1567 1414 1367 1367 1020 1147 918

A 760 962 1138 1057 1311 1302 1853 1875

% 191.84 162.89 124.25 129.33 104.27 78.34 61.9 48.96

Pts 60 52 48 44 32 28 16 8

D 1 0 1 0 0 0 0 0

B 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

FF 0 1 1 0 0 1 0 1

F 1546 1854 1449 1482 1073 1051 897 807

A 918 919 880 1052 1232 1660 1814 1834

% 168.41 201.74 164.66 140.87 87.09 63.31 49.45 44

Pts 58 56 54 44 24 24 20 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 1636 1568 1443 1533 1218 1115 214 274

A 722 1024 1001 1018 1283 1768 519 1688

% 226.59 153.12 144.16 150.59 94.93 63.07 41.23 16.23

Pts 60 52 52 44 28 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 2088 1894 1909 1747 1606 1210 655 528

A 807 896 996 1260 1528 1533 2012 2626

% 258.74 211.38 191.67 138.65 105.1 78.93 32.55 20.11

Pts 60 56 56 46 32 22 12 4

UNDER 19 SECTION 2

DIVISION FOUR RESERVES P South Mornington 18 Eley Park Sharks 17 Swinburne University 18 West Brunswick 18 Point Cook 18 North Brunswick 18 Box Hill North 18 Mt Lilydale 17 Manningham Cobras 18 Chadstone 18

P 18 18 18 St Bedes/Mentone Tigers 18 Old Melburnians 18 University Blues 18 Old Scotch 18 Beaumaris 18 Fitzroy 18 University Blacks 18

Old Xaverians De La Salle St Bernards

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

P 18 18 17 18 18 18 17 18

W 15 13 11 11 8 7 4 2

L 3 5 6 7 10 11 13 16

D 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

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

P 18 17 17 18 18 17 15 16

W 14 13 13 11 6 5 4 1

L 3 4 3 7 12 12 11 15

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

P 18 15 18 18 17 16 3 8

W L 14 3 9 5 12 5 10 7 6 10 1 14 1 2 0 7

UNDER 19 SOUTH P 18 18 18 St Bedes/Mentone Tigers 18 St Mary’s Salesian 18 Monash Blues 18 Hampton Rovers 18 Beaumaris 18

De La Salle Parkdale Vultures Peninsula

W 15 14 14 11 8 5 3 1

L 3 4 4 6 10 12 15 17

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Senior

Reserve U19/U18

Club XVIII/Thirds

Total

Old Xaverians

56

26

51

17

150

Collegians

64

26

42

15

147

Ivanhoe AFC

60

28

48

6

142

Old Geelong

52

32

42

13

139

De La Salle OC

48

32

45

9.5

134.5

St Kevins OB

52

30

39

12.5

133.5

Peninsula OB

60

26

42

0

128

Old Brighton Grammarians

40

30

45

12.5

127.5

Mazenod

44

20

46.5

10.5

121

Parkdale Vultures

54

17

42

0

113

VAFA PREMIERSHIP LADDERS 2012 PREMIER

PREMIER B

P Collegians 18 Old Xaverians 18 De La Salle 18 Old Scotch 18 Old Carey 18 St Bedes/Mentone Tigers 18 St Bernards 18 University Blues 18 Old Trinity 18 Caulfield Grammarians 18

W 16 14 12 12 10 9 7 6 4 0

L 2 4 6 6 8 9 11 12 14 18

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 1745 1473 1675 1641 1431 1485 1432 1168 1374 1056

A 1196 1140 1245 1359 1231 1638 1690 1495 1687 1799

% 145.9 129.21 134.54 120.75 116.25 90.66 84.73 78.13 81.45 58.7

Pts 64 56 48 48 40 36 28 24 16 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 1403 1314 1327 1283 1504 1416 947 891 793 659

A 793 714 835 907 1072 1110 1112 1440 1645 1909

% 176.92 184.03 158.92 141.46 140.3 127.57 85.16 61.88 48.21 34.52

Pts 64 52 52 48 48 36 36 12 8 4

D 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

B 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2

FF 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0

F 1658 1393 1118 1150 1157 847 753 875 526

A 552 750 798 841 1106 1300 1339 1584 1330

% 300.36 185.73 140.1 136.74 104.61 65.15 56.24 55.24 39.55

Pts 68 60 52 48 40 24 24 24 20

PREMIER RESERVES P De La Salle 18 Old Xaverians 18 Collegians 18 University Blues 18 Old Scotch 18 Caulfield Grammarians 18 St Bernards 18 Old Carey 18 Old Trinity 18 St Bedes/Mentone Tigers 18

W L 16 2 13 5 13 5 12 6 12 6 9 9 9 9 3 15 2 16 1 17

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

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W 15 13 11 10 7 4 4 4 3

P 18 18 18 18 18 18 18 18 18 18

W 16 13 13 12 11 10 7 4 3 1

L 2 5 5 6 7 8 11 14 15 17

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 1801 1832 1757 1612 1529 1523 1538 1253 1250 1070

A 941 1261 1310 1333 1303 1404 1880 1612 1966 2155

% 191.39 145.28 134.12 120.93 117.34 108.48 81.81 77.73 63.58 49.65

Pts 64 52 52 48 44 40 28 16 12 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 1792 1678 1569 1599 1642 1255 949 618 924 872

A 574 744 884 980 937 1467 1672 2103 1756 1781

% 312.2 225.54 177.49 163.16 175.24 85.55 56.76 29.39 52.62 48.96

Pts 60 60 60 52 40 32 16 16 12 12

D 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

B 2 2 2 2 2 3 1 0

FF 1 2 1 1 2 0 0 0

F 1664 1322 1218 1332 907 1004 577 383

A 871 863 1061 1165 1064 1174 1219 1173

% 191.04 153.19 114.8 114.33 85.24 85.52 47.33 32.65

Pts 52 52 52 52 36 32 12 0

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

P 18 18 18 18 18 18 18 18 18 18

W 15 15 15 13 10 8 4 4 3 3

L 3 3 3 5 8 10 14 14 15 15

PREMIER B THIRDS

PREMIER THIRDS P 18 18 18 18 17 18 17 18 18

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

L 1 3 5 6 8 12 11 12 13

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

P 17 16 17 17 16 18 9 6

W L 10 5 9 5 10 5 10 5 5 9 5 10 2 6 0 6

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