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Michael Sholly

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HALF WAY HOUSE At the half way mark of the season it is a great time for all amateur football watchers to peruse all the ladders and make their assessments of the year. No doubt this will be happening at all 74 clubs. The heavy tracks over the next month or so can affect the form, so it would be a mistake to think the second half will play out like the first. Well done to Old Carey in Premier who had their first win of the season. Their percentage of 76 shows just how competitive they have been in most games and no doubt they are going to cause some headaches in the second half of the year. Who would have thought St Bedes/Mentone Tigers would be sitting in fourth place after their round 1 drubbing at the hands of Beaumaris? They are the form team of the section at present after their narrow win against Old Xavs at their unfamiliar home ground Stradbroke Park. Fergus Watts announced to the players that round 9 would be his last as coach and the players responded with a six goal win. The ladder in Premier is very tight and whilst most clubs believe they can reach the four, they are only one slip up away from relegation. In Premier B, Werribee had a sensational first win of the year, coming from 21 points down at three quarter time to kick 8 final term goals and defeat Parkdale by 15 points. This leaves them only one game off seventh place, cause for renewed enthusiasm at Soldiers Reserve. Like SBMT, Old Melburnians have responded from a thrashing in Round 1 at the hands of Old Trinity, to win seven of their last eight and sit third on the ladder, only percentage separating them from top spot. There appears to be split on the ladder with the top 6 fighting for finals and the bottom four in a relegation battle. A thriller at the top of Premier C saw both Mazenod and Monash kick two games clear of the

chasing pack. After losing their first two games of the season, Old Ivanhoe has rallied winning their last five and is now in the four. This recent Premier section club, along with Marcellin and PEGS have the ability to challenge the top two. The coaching change at Oakleigh saw them have immediate success however this has been their only win. They sit with NOBs/St Pats two games behind Banyule and Old Camberwell and need at least one win before the bye. Hampton Rovers and Eley Park are the only two undefeated teams in senior football. Four games clear of third, the Rovers seem to have a lock on the top two and double chance. The chase for the final three spots changes weekly. Only three weeks ago Whitefriars, Bulleen Templestowe and Prahran Assumption were in the four but Williamstown, Old Mentonians and Ormond have now replaced them. Therry Penola has cleared out Division 2 with the Bannister brothers unstoppable up forward. Yarra Valley, Old Eltham and St Mary’s Salesian are two games clear of the rest who will be all looking over their shoulder, 6 wins may not save you. As stated previously in this column, Divisions 3 and 4 will be having a final 6 with only the top team guaranteed a double chance. With 12 and 11 team competitions respectively the patterns for them won’t be clear until the bye when all sides have played each other. Kew appears the front-runner in Div 3 whilst 10th placed Power House is only a couple of games off 6th. Division 4 has Hawthorn nipping at the heels of Eley Park and they play each other for the first and only time in a fortnight. This may decide the double chance if they continue on their winning ways for the rest of the season. The extra two finals places will keep these divisions alive for the rest of the season. Front Cover: Old Haileyburians veteran Mark Seccull

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Andrew Leonard

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THAT DIFFERENT WINNING FEELING What is the sweeter victory? All wins feel great but some just have that little bit extra about them. It might have been John Elliott who asked, “What is better than beating Collingwood by 10 goals?” Jack wasn’t looking for an answer, as he already knew it. “It’s beating them by a point.” One point victories are to be savoured – for whatever reason they feel more hard earned. But would St Bedes/Mentone Tigers feel anymore satisfied with their one point win over Old Xaverians than Uni Blacks would feel for their two point nail biter against Old Scotch? De La Salle would be savouring a win for the first time in four weeks and Uni Blues’ win was one last hurrah for departing coach Fergus Watts. But what about the simple feeling of winning for the first time this year? Old Carey felt it for the first time last week – surely nothing beats that? Ultimately there are wins you expect – call them regulation wins – wins you snatch, wins you grind out and the wins that can galvanise your season. The standard cliché these days is ‘we were just happy to get the four points’ however I doubt that is being thrown around by the Old Carey Football Club this week. Old Carey’s opening quarter against Beaumaris was their best 30 minutes of football for the year. Carey have played as well going forward this year, however this was the first quarter where they also restricted the opposition on the scoreboard. The advantage earned in the first term was maintained for the match, however more pleasing was the fact this was the Panther’s first four quarter performance of the season. It was a good sign that the extra work the playing group have committed to is paying off. Ben Smithwick was the stand out performer on the day, but the return of McQueen-Miscamble and Harris added much needed height and stability in key posts. Coach Steve Cochrane post match said “How good is winning, I could get addicted to this, it is great to finally be a winning Old Carey coach.” St Bedes/Mentone Tigers would have been blessing their cotton socks that their ‘away’ trip to play Old Xaverians was to be shifted away from Toorak Park. The Tigers have a poor record at the Prahran venue, but now courtesy of a one point win, have a 100% at Xavs other home ground Stradbroke Park. 2

Whether it was the change in venue or whether St Bedes/Mentone just brought their game faces is irrelevant, there were critical moments in this game. 1. Xavs kicked the first six goals of the third term to take control only to allow St Bedes/Mentone to kick the last four of the quarter in time on to take a three quarter time lead. 2. St Bedes/Mentone Tigers do not go away easily. Starved of the ball in their forward half, however when they did get the ball inside they scored and this is what cost Xavs the game. Robertson was everywhere across half back for the Tigers and Chris Mangoni clearly belongs at this level. Fergus Watts informed the playing group prior to their match against St Bernard’s that it would be his last in charge. Watts intends to pull on the boots to line up with his brother Jack (which will be ratified or rejected by a VAFA playing permit committee after the time of printing). Regardless of this news the Blues showed their mettle (and ability) with a commanding third quarter that broke the game open. Watts (Jack) was inspiring in trying to get his brother a final win, Ross Young has had enough superlatives already, but insert a few more in here now. Eight goals to two in the second half were enough to give the Blues a much needed victory. It squares them on the same points as the vanquished St Bernard’s making any fight for survival just that little more interesting. Shura Taft returned for his first match of 2013 and he might have left Harry Trott with a better idea of who the Mole is. He burrows and fights and feeds the ball out to the running players like Lowe and Williams and has assistance from Vickers and Hine plus countless others – the Mole is the De La Salle footballer. The Mole couldn’t quite stop the host of the reborn show from kicking five goals. De La Salle had two bursts of unanswered goals that won them PREMIER — TIPS IN BOLD (YEARS TOTAL 24 / 53%) Beaumaris v St Bernard’s Collegians v Old Carey Uni Blacks v Uni Blues De La Salle v Old Xaverians Old Scotch v St Bedes/Mentone Tigers

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the match, four goals in the first quarter to give them an ascendancy they never really relinquished and the first five goals of the last quarter to put the game beyond the grasp of Collegians. Michael Duggan celebrated his 250th in fine fashion with a trademark running goal before Taft kicked two to give Collegians the lead. Then it was the first burst of four in a row. The second was a tough battle with a stalemate being called but the precision play of De La Salle and defensive pressure of their forwards to continue to provide scoring options for the visitors. The final term start with a bang – all De La’s way as they cantered to a much needed win.

brought memories of University Oval. However Old Scotch at home were always going to come hard and they did so in the final term. Holding Blacks goalless, the Cardinals could only manage three themselves and it wasn’t enough. They fell a agonising two points short of a win that would have seen five teams all equal top.

Univerisity Blacks have cost me a tip in five of their opening nine games. I pick them to win and they lose and in three of their wins I have picked them to lose and they have won. When a promoted team sits on top of Premier at the half way point it’s time to change the tipping philosophy. In Blacks game at Old Scotch they had one of their best opening quarters of the year. The 22 point lead at the first break was a buffer they would maintain throughout. Cameron Turner and Adam Pitt were the class this time as the centre of Camberwell Sports Ground

Pretty sure most people have stopped reading this paragraph as there is nothing to be learned here. We have the second Uni derby of the season and Blacks are should finally win one for the first time in 31 years – even with the medicine that is a coaching change. De La and Xavs is a corker and I think the home side will get the double on their rivals. Collegians should beat Carey, but don’t bet on it, Old Scotch to halt the Tigers progress and Beaumaris to beat St Bernard’s at the beach.

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De La Salle 5.2, 7.3, 11.8, 16.10 (106) Collegians 3.2, 6.5, 9.5, 11.9 (75) GOALS, De La Salle: J. Vickers 3, M. Duggan 2, S. Haslem 2, M. Hine 2, N. Roberts 2, C. Haley 1, S. Pickett 1, H. Haley 1, D. Lowe 1, J. Hansen 1 Collegians: S. Taft 5, D. Chaplin-Burch 3, J. Kondarovskis 2, A. Croft 1 BEST, De La Salle: D. Lowe, M. Hine, B. Humphrey, J. Vickers, L. Semmel, G. McDonough Collegians: S. Taft, T. Penberthy, W. Tardif, J. Bull, T. Zimbachs, C. Simmons Old Carey 6.4, 8.10, 13.14, 16.14 (110) Beaumaris 1.0, 4.1, 8.1, 10.6 (66) GOALS, Old Carey: M. Laidlaw 4, B. Smithwick 3, M. Rainey 2, J. Ceppi 2, J. Reid 1, T. Smith 1, J. Gaff 1, C. Howat 1, B. McKenry 1 Beaumaris: J. Ward 3, S. Gower 2, M. Petering 2, L. Boyd 1, M. DeFontenay 1, L. McNicholas 1 BEST, Old Carey: B. Smithwick, J. Rimington, A. Sloan, M. Rainey, B. McKenry, M. Laidlaw Beaumaris: L. McNicholas, J. Ward, S. Gower, C. Buckley, M. Ensor, W. Murton University Blacks 6.4, 9.5, 11.11, 11.16 (82) Old Scotch 3.0, 7.8, 8.11, 11.14 (80) GOALS, University Blacks: J. Matthews 3, S. Flight 2, H. Lacey 2, J. Slabbert 1, A. Willingham 1, C. Roberts 1, A. Drysdale 1 Old Scotch: S. Barnett 4, R. Ferraro 2, W. Strange 2, J. Hurley 2, L. Hill 1 BEST, University Blacks: C. Turner, A. Pitt, B. Mahon, J. Matthews, D. Hunt, J. Slabbert Old Scotch: N. Cox, S. Sherwen, R. Eva, T. McKinley, S. Barnett, S. Thompson St Bedes / Mentone Tigers 2.4, 8.6, 12.10, 14.13 (97) Old Xaverians 2.4, 5.6, 11.8, 14.12 (96) GOALS, St Bedes / Mentone Tigers: A. Kane 3, S. Glennen 3, C. Mangoni 2, L. Wintle 2, P. McGettigan 1, P. Wintle 1, M. Curcio 1, H. Jeans 1 Old Xaverians: B. Goss 4, J. Williams 2, C. Waller 2, M. Ambrose 2, M. Darvell 1, P. Ambrose 1, M. Allan 1, M. Handley 1 BEST, St Bedes / Mentone Tigers: J. Robertson, S. Doherty, C. Mangoni, S. Richards, S. Glennen, P. Kean Old Xaverians: C. Waller, M. Ambrose, P. Ambrose, N. Wynne, J. Shaw, L. Tiernan University Blues 2.4, 5.6, 10.7, 13.9 (87) St Bernards 3.1, 5.4, 5.7, 7.8 (50) GOALS, University Blues: R. McMahon 3, W. Hartnell 2, S. Carr 2, J. Watts 1, R. Young 1, N. Smith 1, J. Nash 1, J. Mugavin 1, M. Rippon 1 St Bernards: A. Grosso 2, S. Caven 1, J. Solomon 1, N. Cooke 1, T. Harvey 1, A. Singleton 1 BEST, University Blues: J. Watts, R. Young, P. Summers, M. Rippon, J. Mugavin, J. Townley St Bernards: N. Cooke, T. Sullivan, M. Angel, S. Caven, T. Caven, A. Bentick

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Collegians 3.2, 6.3, 7.5, 13.7 (85) De La Salle 1.4, 4.7, 6.8, 8.10 (58) GOALS, Collegians: J. Dougherty5, M. Dyer 3, S. Cutts 1, A. Fahie 1, E. Cattell 1, H. Apted 1, A. Howison 1 De La Salle: S. Griffin 2, A. Roberts 2, J. Jarvis 1, R. McArdle 1, D. Close 1, J. Terrell 1 BEST, Collegians: H. Pool, H. Apted, S. Cutts, A. Howison, M. Dyer, S. Hall De La Salle: R. McArdle, D. Hutchinson, B. Nethersole, S. Griffin, H. Nicholson, O. Salvatore Beaumaris 1.5, 7.8, 9.12, 13.18 (96) Old Carey 3.1, 4.2, 6.5, 9.6 (60) GOALS, Beaumaris: T. Mcmanamny 4, J. Thompson 2, J. Lapa 1, T. Woolnough 1, T. Abbott 1, B. Turner 1, T. Pritchard 1, B. Suboticki 1, J. Kelly 1 Old Carey: S. Arthur 3, T. Harley 3, B. Fordham 1, M. Roach 1, W. Cushen 1 BEST, Beaumaris: B. Turner, T. Mcmanamny, B. McLean, J. Thompson, M. Millar, T. Abbott Old Carey: S. Freemantle, C. Jones, B. Fordham, T. Harley, S. Arthur University Blacks 4.1, 7.2, 10.4, 13.7 (85) Old Scotch 2.2, 7.5, 9.6, 12.7 (79) GOALS, University Blacks: J. Crameri 3, T. Bell 2, A. Kraefft 2, H. Clemons 2, J. Bismire 1, A. Jesse 1, H. Guthrie 1, I. Anderson 1 Old Scotch: A. Murray 2, S. Dick 2, M. Seed 2, G. Dick 2, N. Allen 1, S. Leith 1, A. Hummerston 1, M. van den Broek 1 BEST, University Blacks: S. McNamara, A. Torney, A. Williamson, I. Anderson, P. O’Rourke, J. Bismire Old Scotch: A. Jelbart, A. Lim, A. Harlock, M. Seed, C. O’Beirne, T. Mead Old Xaverians 3.6, 7.7, 10.10, 16.11 (107) St Bedes / Mentone Tigers 1.1, 2.4, 3.5, 4.6 (30) GOALS, Old Xaverians: D. Iacuone 4, M. Margin 4, M. Douglas 2, L. Denton 2, D. Curtain 1, J. Douglas 1, D. Sapuppo 1, L. Smith 1 St Bedes / Mentone Tigers: L. Stutterd 1, L. Terrell 1, M. Seeber 1, L. Porter 1 BEST, Old Xaverians: L. Denton, C. Beetham, M. Jenkinson, D. Lynch, J. Douglas, M. Douglas St Bedes / Mentone Tigers: M. Geschke, T. Bond, P. Tyquin, D. Waters, L. Stutterd, D. Foley University Blues 8.1, 8.5, 8.5, 9.6 (60) St Bernards 1.1, 1.2, 3.6, 3.7 (25) GOALS, University Blues: D. Barton 5, T. Foott 1, M. James 1, H. Vickers-Willis 1, E. Ratcliffe 1 St Bernards: S. Mitchell 1, O. McIntyre 1, S. Clarke 1 BEST, University Blues: D. Barton, T. Maddocks, E. McMullin, J. Coumans, J. Eastman, A. Christensen St Bernards: K. Farrell, J. Saundry, C. Forder, C. Hoban, W. Sullivan, J. Hawkins

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Di Langton

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THE RUN HOME Anyone who’s been around horses knows that the minute those reins turn for home, the ears pull back, nostrils flare and a sharp shake of the head narrows the vision as renewed vigour surges through the legs of even the slowest old Dobbin. Whether your Premier B side has shown sprightly thoroughbred form throughout the first half of the season, or slogged through it like a broad-chested Clydesdale, every team has taken stock this week, deep breaths expanding lungs as we round the turn, and with the exhalation we find a sharper focus and commitment to the glorious prize that awaits, homeward bound. If players were indeed horses, then Luke Ablett’s pedigree in racing parlance is akin to a Danehill, a Redoutes Choice, or Bel Esprit. Not only has he reached the ultimate goal personally, he has given back to the sport by fostering younger players, helping guide more youthful progeny along their own path. Luke retired last week from the Fitzroy footy club, but his presence will be felt for many seasons to come. The Roys love playing on their home track and held a slim advantage early over the visiting Old Melburnians. Al Green has been a fantastic addition to the Fitzroy stable while Michael Cussen (3) shows growing maturity. The coltish redlegs may have simply been pacing however, they ran rampant in the second half kicking nine goals to zip, a resounding 57 point win securing them third position. Al Armstrong had another day out (5) while Morrison and De Steiger were clearly best. Werribee Districts were chuffed to finally break maiden at Gerry Green in a fighting win over Parkdale. Chad Ryan (6) and Hampton were livewires for the Vultures who looked to have shut the gate by three quarter time with a 21-point lead. But Kirk Norton’s passionate address (peppered with more clichés than this column) rallied the Tigers on the back of ruckman Kolang’s stellar game. Turner kicked 4 last term goals, while Molivas booted 3 of his 5 to get the visitors home by 15 points. The longest trip in Prem B was the sweetest yet for the Werribee lads, singing ‘Red Hot Saveloys’ all the way home. 4

Caulfield Grammarians showed improved staying power against Old Haileybury in a willing contest at Princes Park. The home side displayed pace and ferocious tackling, but the baby Fields gave it right back. Meehan (4) booted a few quick ones for the Bloods while Ridgeway (7) was still warming up, Caulfield’s defence struggled without Luke Price, but Liddell (3) up forward showed he’s not so long in the tooth with fist-pumping first half. Tom Rothel played out of skin, while Reilly ran back into form. The Fields led by a point at half-time and the third was a neck-and-neck struggle. With Seccull red-carded early, the Bloods played a man down but Ridgeway was winding up in his best game for two years. Despite the Heavy 8 rating through the middle, a fast, end-to-end match ensued and only two points split them at the final turn. Nicolopoulos popped up in the triple threat position, his early term goals pivotal. The Fields kept surging, but Seccull used his experience at the last line of defence. Ridgeway sealed the win with a couple more of his trademark best and the Bloods celebrated a 21-point win in a highly charged encounter. Leigh Hendra’s 200th game was a memorable victory for Old Brighton over competition leaders, Old Trinity. In the cold, wet and windy conditions at South Road, it was little wonder the Tonners would get around Hendra with a stoic win full of passion and respect for the popular clubman’s milestone. They didn’t flash past the post though, they had to counter the T’s quick five goal burst in the first ten minutes. The Tonners didn’t panic however, Mentiplay (7) was on song and Marston roamed the backline to great effect. Weatherson managed three for OT and Iezzi was electric despite conditions, but Old Brighton answered, mixing up their attack with multiple options in a PREMIER B — TIPS IN BOLD (YEARS TOTAL 29 / 64%) Old Brighton v Fitzroy AJAX v Old Melburnians Caulfield Grammarians v Parkdale Vultures Old Haileybury v St Kevins Werribee Districts v Old Trinity

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hands-and-heels win by 27 points. A significant loss for Old Trinity, who settle back with the pack now at 7-2. St Kevins continue to astound with yet another fightback in the final furlong. They have suffered the most with injuries (41 players rotated so far) but on the upside Karageorgiou returned from a Nepalese trek, booting seven in his first senior game of the year. AJAX led by 15 at halftime and maintained a 16-point advantage as they headed for home. White was impressive in his 100th game and Chester linked up well. But the Skobbers shot out of the chute and switched on the magic; Charles contained Routman, Gleeson likewise on Poyas and the tri-colours showed that incredible lightening-fast dash out of the middle, kicking ten final term goals. Unbelievable.

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TODAY Werribee showed they’re not ready to erect the screen just yet, but will be well out of their class against Old Trinity. Fitzroy are unlikely to salute against Old Brighton, now would be a good time for Vansittart’s fetlock to come good in a hurry. Caulfield Grammarians should rebound with a slight drop in class against Parkdale, but it’s a crucial win for both. AJAX at home would be oddson over Old Melburnians, but the match-race between Old Haileybury and St Kevins at Princes Park will be the feature of this round’s card.

LAST ROUND

Old Melburnians 3.5, 7.7, 11.12, 16.15 (111) Fitzroy 4.2, 6.7, 7.10, 7.11 (53) GOALS, Old Melburnians: A. Armstrong 5, T. Seccull 3, T. Hywood 3, E. De Fegely 1, A. Marangon 1, L. Bennett 1, N. De Steiger 1 Fitzroy: M. Cussen 3, D. Bisetto 2, M. Allen 1, C. Polidoras 1 BEST, Old Melburnians: N. Morrison, N. De Steiger, A. Armstrong, H. Macciolli, T. Hywood, E. De Fegely Fitzroy: A. Green, W. Fenton, M. Lee, R. Angiolella, A. Harbor, S. Baker Old Brighton 6.4, 8.7, 14.11, 17.12 (114) Old Trinity 5.3, 9.6, 10.7, 13.9 (87) GOALS, Old Brighton: T. Mentiplay 7, M. Dewar 2, D. Anthony 2, M. Karayannis 1, J. Pascoe 1, T. Mariani 1, T. Jakobi 1, O. Cavallaro 1, D. Verney 1 Old Trinity: A. Ramsden 3, E. Weatherson 3, B. Howell 2, A. Hasiotis 1, K. Spassopoulos 1, N. Hunt 1, J. Osborn 1, E. Satur 1 BEST, Old Brighton: N. Marston, T. Mentiplay, T. Mariani, J. Dickerson, A. Dewar, D. Verney Old Trinity: B. Iezzi, K. Spassopoulos, E. Weatherson, L. Pacconi, A. Hasiotis, J. Steinhart Old Haileybury 4.1, 7.3, 10.5, 16.8 (104) Caulfield Grammarians 2.0, 7.4, 10.7, 12.11 (83) GOALS, Old Haileybury: T. Ridgway 7, M. Meehan 4, J. Nicolopoulos 3, H. McLauchlan 1, L. Nash 1 Caulfield Grammarians: M. Liddell 3, N. Tonkin 2, Z. Parsons 1, J. Stewart 1, K. Stewart 1, C. Mengler-Francis 1, W. Edwards 1, C. Axais 1, L. O’Keefe 1 BEST, Old Haileybury: T. Ridgway, M. Meehan, J. Nicolopoulos, T. Coles, L. Nash, J. Alkemade Caulfield Grammarians: T. Rothel, T. Nixon, T. Green, D. Reilly, A. Burstin, H. Gates Werribee Districts 4.1, 5.4, 6.9, 14.12 (96) Parkdale Vultures 4.3, 8.5, 10.6, 12.9 (81) GOALS, Werribee Districts: C. Molivas 5, M. Turner 4, B. Morton 1, A. Alifraco 1, T. Dean 1, M. Dean 1, A. Eade 1 Parkdale Vultures: C. Ryan 6, L. Platt 1, J. Lay 1, B. Hampton 1, S. Hendricks 1, J. Boland 1, T. Boland 1 BEST, Werribee Districts: B. Kolang, M. Turner, L. Patterson, T. Dean, D. Delaney, C. Molivas Parkdale Vultures: B. Hampton, M. Grant, C. Ryan, L. Platt, D. Miller, T. Boland St Kevins 4.6, 6.10, 12.11, 22.12 (144) AJAX 4.3, 9.6, 15.9, 17.12 (114) GOALS, St Kevins: P. Karageorgiou 7, S. Kennedy 4, J. Charles 3, P. Aughton 2, P. Edgar 1, A. White 1, M. Shanahan 1, M. Murphy 1, H. Parkes 1, B. Kanakis 1 AJAX: J. Lew 4, S. Chester 4, D. Fayman 3, R. Simon 2, A. Kalb 1, N. Rischin 1, J. White 1, M. Jankie 1 BEST, St Kevins: J. Charles, G. Gleeson, P. Karageorgiou, A. Lynch, P. Edgar, W. Russell AJAX: J. White, S. Chester, M. Shafar, J. Ludski, J. Lew, D. Fayman

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Old Melburnians 1.6, 2.8, 7.8, 11.10 (76) Fitzroy 3.3, 6.8, 8.11, 10.11 (71) GOALS, Old Melburnians: C. Righetti 2, A. Coleridge 1, Z. O’Neil 1, P. Kruger 1, A. Ferguson 1, E. Fanning 1, S. Quennell 1, W. Thompson 1, T. Oman 1, J. Cooper 1 Fitzroy: J. McGee 4, G. Saad 1, C. Moore 1, D. Kynigopoulos 1, P. Carydis 1, B. Farley 1, J. Harding 1 BEST, Old Melburnians: W. Thompson, E. Fanning, S. Quennell, C. Righetti, A. Coleridge, A. Crosby Fitzroy: C. Evans, T. Hudson-Bevege, R. Borland, J. McGee, T. Cheshire, R. Willingham Old Brighton 5.3, 8.7, 14.11, 17.17 (119) Old Trinity 2.1, 3.3, 4.3, 6.4 (40) GOALS, Old Brighton: J. Beaton 3, L. Nicholls 3, M. Pascoe 2, H. Graham 2, C. Nicholls 2, D. Jennings 2, B. Blatt 1, T. Clarke 1, L. Otto 1 Old Trinity: S. Murphy 1, F. Stewart 1, M. Sutton 1, W. Bowman 1, N. Chamberlain 1, D. Chamberlain 1 BEST, Old Brighton: B. Blatt, A. Taylor, C. Nicholls, L. Nicholls, T. Clarke, J. Davis Old Trinity: D. Chamberlain, B. Barratt, N. Chamberlain, S. Hanrahan, F. Stewart, B. Robertson Caulfield Grammarians 4.0, 6.2, 11.6, 16.7 (103) Old Haileybury 1.3, 3.6, 5.6, 6.12 (48) GOALS, Caulfield Grammarians: W. Osborn 7, W. Kingwill 3, A. Ford 1, C. Fagan 1, W. Conly 1, J. Cleeve 1, N. Karoly 1, J. Rogers 1 Old Haileybury: R. James 3, M. Mitchell 1, S. Ellis 1, A. Schofield 1 BEST, Caulfield Grammarians: W. Osborn, W. Kingwill, J. Rogers, W. Peart, A. Ford, B. McLoughlin Old Haileybury: R. James, A. Vitolins, M. Rafferty, D. Mackenzie, A. Schofield, J. Toy Parkdale Vultures 6.4, 8.6, 12.7, 17.10 (112) Werribee Districts 2.2, 5.6, 8.9, 8.11 (59) GOALS, Parkdale Vultures: P. Lee 6, R. Irvine 3, C. O’Meara 2, M. Hayes 2, D. Kelly 1, J. Fenwick 1, S. Sullivan 1, M. Todd 1 Werribee Districts: P. Lake 3, A. Taylor 2, D. Taylor 2, B. Paech 1 BEST, Parkdale Vultures: S. Sullivan, P. Lee, J. Balic, C. O’Meara, D. Graham, M. Hayes Werribee Districts: B. Paech, J. Callea, B. Turner, M. Purton, N. Renaut, D. Taylor St Kevins 4.2, 9.5, 14.12, 19.19 (133) AJAX 1.2, 1.4, 2.6, 2.8 (20) GOALS, St Kevins: J. Gambaro 5, M. Lattanzio 3, R. Caldow 2, H. Townsend 1, L. Davrain 1, J. Staffieri 1, J. Griffiths 1, L. Dunne 1, E. Ring 1, A. Fenech 1, T. Steains 1, C. Ring 1 AJAX: A. Wytwornik 1, A. Wollan 1 BEST, St Kevins: J. Gambaro, N. McArdle, J. Nash, M. Lattanzio, M. Eva, J. Staffieri AJAX: N. Harel, Y. Lang, B. Michowski, S. Bruce, D. Steinberg, J. Tendler

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Will Reed

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OLD IVANHOE STORM HOME, NODDERS GO TOP Having journeyed to Clayton to watch the topof-the-table clash between Monash Blues and Mazenod, I sat in the car for a significant portion of the game with the radio on (as you do). This was to prove my undoing as when the keys were put in the ignition, there was no response – the battery was dead! Fortunately for clubs in Premier C there were fewer flat batteries going into Round 9 thanks to the Queens Birthday break, but by the end of the day it was clear that some had run out of power. One of those teams was luckless Banyule, who led for most of the day but ran out of legs (with 1 on the bench in the last) as Old Ivanhoe came from the clouds to win at Pine Lodge. Led by Truefeldt and Walsh, the Bears were in front at quarter time before slamming on seven goals to three in the second through powerful forward Ryan Hay who kicked 5 goals for the match. The visitors continued to hold the home side at bay to retain a 34-point lead at ¾ time but they wouldn’t have expected what came next. In a withering burst of football Old Ivanhoe, reinvigorated by Chris Johnson and 7-goal spearhead Nick Butler, managed to break the Bears resistance kicking 9 goals to 2 to comeback from the dead and win by nine points. The win would please the Hoers coaching staff, whose intense pre-season fitness regime continues to reap rewards while the Bears would be feeling flat after another agonising defeat, but can take heart in playing some of their best football of the year without their key forwards. The scene was set for an epic battle between the Monash Blues (8-0) and Mazenod (7-1) at Clayton, and it played out fittingly with the margin never exceeding 10 points at any stage of the game. The Ashes led early with Young and Petering finding plenty of the ball but Mazenod worked their way into the game as skipper Tim Bourbon set the example in the midfield and forward Rees Thomas launched a massive 60m torpedo goal to put his side in front at half time. Both sides went goalfor-goal in the third and the deadlock couldn’t be broken despite the Nodders dominating possession. This made for a tense final quarter and when Tim McKenzie broke through a pack to slot his second, the Ashes looked like they might hold on but Mazenod backman Byron Bonner 6

had other ideas kicking a late goal to help his side post a gritty 2 point win and assume top spot (and premiership favoritism). The Ashes were far from disgraced and are still well positioned for promotion at the half way mark. Oakleigh made the long trip out to Keilor Park to do battle with PEGS. Optimistic after a week’s rest but still undermanned, the Krushers again started slowly, conceding a 28 point lead to the hosts at the first change. After an even second term PEGS went into the long break leading by 5 goals but turned on the after burners thanks to talismen Livori and Flaherty, and if not for inaccurate kicking, could have been further than 8 goals up at ¾ time. The Bombers then put the cue in the rack as Oakleigh, through great work of Tim Scott, kicked 7 goals to 3 in the last to keep the final margin at a respectable 24 points. The Nobbers had plenty to play for as they celebrated club champion Matt Keown’s 100th game against Old Camberwell at the Barnyard. With only one game separating the sides, this was an important game in the fight to avoid relegation and it started willingly with the Wellers kicking the first 3 goals before NOBS-St Pats fought back to trail by just one goal at quarter time. From that point on, Old Camberwell took the ascendancy and the Nobbers simply could not find consistent scoring options other than the milestone man, Keown. Old Camberwell’s defence set up the 61 point win, rebounding well and launching attack after attack – Allright and McGuigan were their best. Having recorded their third narrow loss of the season in Round 8, the wounded Eagles had their claws out for their trip down Eastlink to face the Pirates at Mt Eliza. The visitors were ruthless from the start as the weight of possession from Carlson, Blanch and Bortolotto provided ample PREMIER C — TIPS IN BOLD (YEARS TOTAL 31 / 69%) Old Ivanhoe v Mazenod Monash Blues v NOBS-St Pats PEGS v Peninsula Banyule v Old Camberwell Oakleigh v Marcellin

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opportunities for their forwards to get on the board. An ominous first term turned into a procession as the match progressed, with Daniel Jones again prominent up forward for Marcellin with 6 majors despite the best efforts of Pirates Fisher, Macauley and Bambery. The 93 point win is a percentage booster for Marcellin while the Peninsula look to be battening down the hatches to hold on to their spot in Premier C, despite being 4 and 5. Today, an evenly matched contest will take place at the Bear Cave between 7th placed Banyule and 8th placed Old Camberwell, both on 3 wins for the year and with finals hopes on the line. The Bears have been left unrewarded despite challenging the top sides recently and should get their just deserts here in a tight one. Old Ivanhoe have won their last four and Mazenod their last eight coming into their clash at Pine Lodge. While the Hoers have been impressive, they’ll need a massive effort to penetrate the Mazenod defence, which is Premier C’s best – Mazenod to win in a thriller. NOBS-St Pats must lift from last week if they’re to be any hope of defeating a Monash Blues side on

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Mazenod 1.2, 5.5, 8.8, 11.9 (75) Monash Blues 2.1, 5.2, 8.4, 11.7 (73) GOALS, Mazenod: R. Thomas 3, T. Bourbon 1, B. Phibbs 1, B. Bonner 1, F. Reed 1, R. Mann 1, N. Jook 1, D. Chamberlain 1, J. Malietzis 1 Monash Blues: A. Carr 3, T. McKenzie 2, A. Young 1, G. Taylor 1, M. McCart 1, M. Mason 1, T. Powell 1, J. Cosgriff 1 BEST, Mazenod: D. Chamberlain, S. Oldman, T. Bourbon, S. Inglis, T. Wilson, S. Welsford Monash Blues: A. Young, A. Carr, M. Davidson, Z. Ledin, M. McCart, J. Cosgriff Old Camberwell 4.3, 7.5, 12.11, 17.11 (113) NOBS/St Pats 3.3, 4.5, 5.7, 7.10 (52) GOALS, Old Camberwell: A. Stewart 2, T. Allwright 2, R. Deev 2, T. Kanz 2, M. Davis 1, T. Miriklis 1, D. Proksa 1, S. Bennett 1, J. Eade 1, B. Hart 1, N. Adamson 1, R. Campbell 1, N. Searles 1 NOBS/St Pats: M. Keown 3, C. Ryan 2, T. Patterson 1, T. Brady 1 BEST, Old Camberwell: T. Allwright, D. McGuigan, T. Kanz, S. Bennett, R. Campbell, N. Adamson NOBS/St Pats: M. Keown, P. Shepherd, A. McPherson, C. Ryan, M. Dunlop, L. Ezard Old Ivanhoe 1.5, 4.6, 7.11, 16.15 (111) Banyule 3.2, 10.6, 13.9, 15.12 (102) GOALS, Old Ivanhoe: N. Butler 7, A. Del Monte 3, R. Skok 1, C. Johnson 1, A. Vella 1, R. Gieschen 1, C. Sutherland 1, R. Jessop 1 Banyule: R. Hay 5, A. Bottomley 2, K. Shepard-Mueller 2, S. Quinn 2, M. Italia 2, B. Walsh 1, D. Cumberland 1 BEST, Old Ivanhoe: C. Johnson, A. Vella, R. Jessop, N. Butler, H. Heta, D. Heta Banyule: R. Hay, J. Truefeldt, B. Walsh, T. Cusack, M. Italia, G. Bell PEGS 5.6, 8.9, 12.17, 15.19 (109) Oakleigh 1.2, 4.3, 6.5, 13.7 (85) GOALS, PEGS: D. Flaherty 5, C. Goullet 2, J. Williams 2, R. Edwards 2, N. Bartram 1, R. Jones 1, T. Black 1, C. Livori 1 Oakleigh: T. Scott 3, G. Bennett 2, J. Hunt 2, L. Barrand 1, Z. Thiessens 1, P. Ioannidis 1, A. Middlemiss 1, P. Holden 1, D. Cleary 1 BEST, PEGS: C. Livori, D. Flaherty, J. Pound, R. Jones, S. McCann, J. Williams Oakleigh: T. Scott, G. Bennett, S. Way, J. Hunt, A. Murray, P. Holden Marcellin 4.5, 10.8, 15.10, 19.14 (128) Peninsula 1.1, 2.6, 2.10, 4.11 (35) GOALS, Marcellin: D. Jones 6, M. Gasparini 3, P. Millsom 3, B. Kerton 2, J. Bortolotto 2, M. Holmes 1, A. Beaini 1, P. Augustin 1 Peninsula: T. Shayler 1, S. Payze 1, T. Coghlan 1, S. Buchanan 1 BEST, Marcellin: J. Carlson, D. Jones, J. Blanch, J. Bortolotto, A. Beaini, P. Millsom Peninsula: N. Fisher, C. Macaulay, R. Bambery, S. Payze, Z. Kurts, H. Whitty

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the rebound - The Ashes should be too hungry to allow an upset. The Pirates make their longest trip of the year to PEGS at Keilor Park. PEGS were beaten soundly in the Round 4 fixture, but the Pirates form has turned sour since then and they’ll need to produce a dogged game like they did against Banyule if they’re to win. At Scammell Reserve, the Eagles potent attack should be too good for the Krushers, who are showing fight as the business end of the season approaches.

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Mazenod 3.1, 6.2, 8.5, 10.6 (66) Monash Blues 1.2, 3.4, 5.7, 6.11 (47) GOALS, Mazenod: H. Black 6, S. Jones 2, B. Woods 1, D. McLean 1 Monash Blues: C. Godsil 2, N. Malcolm 1, S. Chapman 1, P. Tweedly 1, J. Cockburn 1 BEST, Mazenod: H. Black, S. Jones, S. Mann, N. Graham, N. Lewton, A. Weekes Monash Blues: A. Costley, A. Armstrong, M. Hunt, B. Tilley, H. Devanny, C. Godsil Old Camberwell 6.0, 9.2, 16.4, 19.6 (120) NOBS/St Pats 2.1, 4.2, 4.4, 5.9 (39) GOALS, Old Camberwell: S. Killworth 5, D. La Fontaine 4, S. Anjou 3, M. Cottrell 2, D. Toma 2, H. Levvey 1, T. Schipper 1, J. Himat 1 NOBS/St Pats: J. Wade 1, C. Horsley 1, E. Grinter 1, J. Sherriff 1, C. Dobson 1 BEST, Old Camberwell: (not supplied) NOBS/St Pats: J. Mirtschin, C. Dobson, C. Horsley, C. Le Maitre, N. Thomas, T. Weaver Old Ivanhoe 3.2, 5.4, 8.5, 12.11 (83) Banyule 1.1, 1.1, 2.3, 5.3 (33) GOALS, Old Ivanhoe: K. Trajanovski 4, C. Gianfagna 1, J. Moio 1, A. Baldwin 1, A. Velli 1, H. Evans 1, A. Solomidis 1, S. Ward 1, M. Baxter 1 Banyule: Z. Wenke 2, D. Witchell 1, C. Buckley 1, M. Crema 1 BEST, Old Ivanhoe: K. Trajanovski, J. Moio, M. Bacskos, S. Ward, T. Hill, A. Solomidis Banyule: Z. Wenke, B. Parthenides, P. Trovato, A. Hopgood, R. Masters, M. Crema PEGS 8.2, 13.5, 18.7, 21.8 (134) Oakleigh 0.1, 0.3, 1.5, 2.6 (18) GOALS, PEGS: D. Podger 7, B. Anderson 4, A. Palmer 3, S. Mezo 3, D. Galea 2, S. Tibbits 1, L. Flaherty 1 Oakleigh: M. Klonaridis 1, K. Hogan 1 BEST, PEGS: A. Khallouf, D. Anderson, S. Tibbits, D. Podger, L. Flaherty, A. Frazer Oakleigh: C. Lavery, K. Hogan, J. Van De Ven, J. Olson, J. Pappon, T. Golik Marcellin 8.2, 15.6, 18.16, 28.21 (189) Peninsula 0.0, 1.1, 3.2, 3.2 (20) GOALS, Marcellin: D. Jarred 8, D. Bolger 3, M. Abrahams 3, D. Fraser 2, L. Carey 2, T. Money 2, T. Natoli 1, M. Beayni 1, T. Blanch 1, D. Gartner 1, M. Bridges 1, A. Ceccomancini 1, D. Redmond 1, J. Mc Intyre 1 Peninsula: N. Thurley 1, B. Roberts 1, J. Archdeacon 1 BEST, Marcellin: D. Jarred, A. Ceccomancini, D. Bolger, N. France, M. Beayni, M. Abrahams Peninsula: L. Nickels, A. Granger, J. Rhodes, L. Keon, D. Bruce, J. Owens

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LATE SCORES, FINES AND TRIBUNAL Late Scores - June 1 Old Carey - Premier Thirds Werribee - Premier B Reserves Old Brighton - Premier B Thirds (Third offence) and U19 Premier (Second offence) NOB/St Pats - Premier C (Second offence) Hampton Rovers -Division 1 Reserves Old Geelong - Division 1 Parkdale - U19 (2) AJAX - U19 (3) (Second offence) Latrobe University - U19 North St Bedes/Mentone Tigers - U19 South (Second offence) Prahran Assumption - Club XVIII (1) (Third offence) Emmaus St Leos - Club XVIII (2)

Incorrect Scores June 1 Beaumaris - Premier Old Brighton - Premier B Thirds and U19 Premier Marcellin - Premier C Reserves Dragons- Division 4 Old Xaverians - U19 Premier University Blacks - U19 2 Bulleen Templestowe - Club XVIII 2

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Results of Tribunal – 18 June May 2013 Michael Jacobson, Therry Penola (Under-19). Striking, 3 matches. *Stefan Krull, Glen Eira. Striking, 2 matches. *Steven Mitchell, St. Bernards (Reserves). Elbowing, 2 matches. *Accepted Prescribed Penalty

Results of Investigations – 18 June 2013 St. Bernards and De La Salle, minor melee, senior match on 1 June. Both clubs accepted prescribed penalty. St Bernards $250, De La Salle $150.

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FOR THE LOVE OF THE GAME

LACE UP – STEP BACK THINK What a great site it was last Saturday as VAFA teams all around Melbourne laced up their boots with the orange laces provided by awareness group STEP BACK THINK. The campaign to Lace Up was to help raise awareness for everyone that we all need to make a stand against street violence. Speaking with a few clubs over the weekend it is simply devastating how many of our clubs have been affected by mindless acts of violence to one of their own. The campaign was endorsed and supported

by both Hawthorn and Carlton last Friday night and both clubs contributed to the powerful video released by STEP BACK THINK (you can view the video at both vafa.com.au or at stepbackthink. org.au). Many clubs sent us some photos of their players wearing orange laces so we are confident the day was a great success. The black and white shot doesn’t do the photo justice but you can view a complete gallery of all the orange laces of the Lace Up campaign through our Facebook page.

NO SLEEP-ING IN FOR TONKIN Following NOBs-St Pat’s round 8 game (against Oakleigh), Vice President Tim Halpin and Assistant Senior Coach Peter O’Farrell took pleasure in presenting club games records awards to Scott Sleep and Daniel Tonkin. Both Scott and Daniel are still playing so this ceremony is likely to occur every week until someone gets tired of it and calls it all off. But for now, all at the club say well done and congratulations to Sleepy and Tonks on 285 solid games and counting, making for an interesting situation should one of them happen to miss a week. 10

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CLUB NICKNAMES - LIONS & TIGERS & BEARS, OH MY! Whether it be supporters in the stand or players on the ground, most people refer to a club by a name other than the official name of the football club. Some of our clubs have very long names that are way too complicated to try and yell “C’mon North Old Boys-St Patrick’s College” which is the leader in having eight syllables in their name. So we have come to know them as NOBs or Nobbers. Other clubs have added a mascot or alternative nickname to their club. There are some great originals; Old Eltham Collegians are the ‘Turtles’, Peninsula Old Boys are the ‘Pirates’ whilst Richmond Central are the ‘Snakes’ and Manningham are the ‘Cobras’. Whilst Kew are the Kew Bears for the senior club and their under 18 side are the Kew Giants, does this one day mean

we will have the Kew Giant Bears? Birds of prey are strongly represented with the more common Eagles and Hawks, but we also have the Vultures, Cardinals and Falcons. We also have the mythical creatures like the Dragons, Demons, Gryphons and Unicorns. Yarra Valley Old Boys are the Bushrangers, whilst Emmaus St Leo’s cast a wide net calling themselves the ‘Animals’. We have a number of club’s who share a nicknames, there are: 4 ‘Tigers’, 3 ‘Blues’, 2 ‘Panthers’, 2 ‘Lions’, 2 ‘Bears’, 2 ‘Sharks’ 2 ‘Magpies’ and 2 ‘Bloods’. Then there are still about 20 clubs that don’t have a common nickname other than an abbreviation of their club name. If you don’t have a nickname at your club, perhaps it’s time your suggested one – there are plenty of animals left!

SCHWARZER TO LINE UP FOR THE BIG V? The Socceroos were in Melbourne last week to continue their quest to qualify for the 2014 World Cup finals in Brazil. VAFA Board member George Voyage caught up with his long term friend Australian goalkeeper Mark Schwarzer after he kept a clean sheet in Australia’s victorious 4-0 win over Jordan. George presented Mark with the Official VAFA tie and even enquired for his availability to act as our VAFA Goalkeeper or Goalkeeping coach on the coming Big V trip to Ireland. Schwarzer who is currently a free agent after deciding to leave Premier League club Fulham said he would see where is playing next season before committing but watch this space. THE AMATEUR FOOTBALLER 2013

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LOVE THE GAME FORFOR THETHE LOVE OFOF THE GAME

BIG V RECOLLECTIONS I have been fortunate to of pull on the Big V and represent the VAFA on a few occasions, each time was an honour and a memory I won’t forget. In 2008, I was selected to play in the U23 squad versus South Australia at the Junction Oval. I remember being nervous just turning up to my first training session let alone the actual game, not knowing what to expect, meeting blokes I usually wanted to beat on a Saturday afternoon. Mick Dwyer was the coach and immediately brought the group together, you could just tell they wanted to play for him. It showed on game day as we proceeded to smash the South Australians, running out 12 goal winners. Memories from the game would soon be matched by the celebrations shared by the squad and coaches that went on into the night. To this day, I’m still mates with players met through that game. The bonus of being selected in the U23 game was it provided the opportunity to be selected in the All-Australian Amateurs team to tour Ireland late that year. Thankfully Jack Watts dominated the ruck against SA and helped me get a couple of kicks in the midfield. When the call came from VAFA CEO Michael Sholly that I was off to Ireland I was absolutely rapt. I fully appreciated the support you get from the VAFA community, and in particular my club St Kevin’s Old Boys, who held fundraisers to get me to Ireland. I’ll be forever grateful to them for that. The trip itself was three of the greatest weeks I’ve ever had. To sum it up, it was like a footy tournament, combined with a footy trip with mates, on the other side of the world - a perfect combination. The 20 players from around Australia got along like we had been mates for years, and the travelling support staff were fantastic. Our first stop was Cork where we beat Bishoptown under lights by 5 points, a highlight of the game being the choreographed celebrations that the Aussie players performed whenever we slotted an ‘under’. Following some sightseeing it was off to Galway to play the University of Galway on a pitch beside a river with an old ruined castle opposite

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us, an incredible setting for a game. The major game of the tour was in Dublin against GAA club Donaghmore Ashbourne. It was Saturday evening under lights and the game was postponed half an hour. The reason? The local priest announced the game at church and all the attendees requested it didn’t start until after evening mass. My roommate from Perth and I both noticed our hands shaking with nerves as we lined up for the national anthems. By this stage the crowd was large, and seeing ‘Australia’ as the visiting team on the scoreboard really hit home as to the opportunity we had been given. The game was the most physical and challenging of the tour, playing against a handful of All-Ireland representatives. Whilst we narrowly lost, it was the most enjoyable game of the tour. A highlight post match was seeing Pete ‘Chuckles’ McGettigan signing autographs on the ground with a few kids and ladies. After three amazing weeks touring the country of Ireland, playing International Rules footy, it was time to head home with an experience of a lifetime. I’ve since been lucky enough to play again in the senior state team under Dean Anderson and Simon Lethlean. They have been fantastic coaches and genuinely great blokes that you love to play under and have a beer with after the game. Highlights include being a member of the teams to beat the EFL representative squad on two occasions, including the Bushfire Appeal Game in 2009, as well as having the honour of captaining the senior side in its 2010 win over AFL NSW. Rep footy provided opportunities to rove to players like Hayden Heta and Jack Watts; sharing the midfield with guns Brendan Iezzi, David Lowe and Ryan Colbert; and kicking to forwards such as Matt Robbins, Matt Handley and Nick ‘just get it to me’ Sautner. Pulling on the jumper on with clubmates Tommy Simpson, Plugger Lynch and Luke Williams has meant that I’ll always remember wearing the Big V and memories it has given me. By Ben Dowd THE AMATEUR FOOTBALLER 2013


HINTON QUIETLY ACHIEVES 600 GAMES This weekend at Ormond, one of the VAFA’s quiet achievers Wayne Hinton, will run out onto the field to umpire for the 600th time in a VAFA match. This adds to his more than 100 VFL reserve games and 7 VFL senior matches. The Ormond v Hampton Rovers Premier C game will be a beauty and it is no surprise that alongside Wayne for this special occasion will be his daughter Asha who has been following her Dad’s career from the beginning (see inset photo). Asha will run the boundary as she has done on many occasions whilst watching her dad in the thick of the action. Wayne has officiated in three A Grade Grand Finals (1992, 1994-95) plus a 22 other occasions he across the other sections. Asha has given us the inside word on her Wayne’s thoughts on the milestone game. “Dad said that his most memorable moments would be his first A Grade Grand Final (1992 Collegians v De La

Salle), first league game in the VFL and umpiring with none other than Benny Goodman. Umpiring on the both the MCG and SCG were also major highlights!” Wayne’s all time favourite umpires to run with have been Ritchie Simons, Benny Goodman, Steve McCarthy, and Anthony Damen who he also regards as very funny people.. All in the umpiring team know Wayne for his reluctance to take any limelight but we think 600 games is certainly worth a mention. Asha also told us, “I think he REALLY enjoys umpiring with the young kids, helping them, teaching them to become better umpires.” Well done Wayne and we will leave the last words to Asha, “I would also like to say a huge thanks to Dad for getting me into umpiring!! I have made some of my best friends from umpiring and I hope to follow in his footsteps!”

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MILESTONES

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Banyule’s ANDREW HOPGOOD becomes the eighth player in the clubs history to reach this milestone. Andrew began in the Under 19’s in 1997 and has been a key member of our club ever since. Throughout his career he has played as a running half back and is known for his fitness and running ability. Andrew has been a key member off the field taking on all sorts of roles including team managing and working behind the bar on Saturday nights.

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Emmaus St Leo’s MATTY OTTOBRE, after 19 hard years with both senior games followed by a decorated reserve career with best and fairests, captaincy, coaching duties and stints on the committee, Matty is a true Animal.Nominated as the best tackler at the club, once he gets hold of you in that vice like grip there is no escape. He is a fine example to the younger players in the club in regard to committment and hard training and we hope he keeps up the good work for years to come.

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Werribee’s JIM AYLING commenced at the club in 2001. He is a great club man and much admired by his peers. Jim has played in all grades of the VAFA competition, following our steady incline from D4 TO B Grade. Jim was appointment their thirds side in 2011.

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Monash Blue ANDREW COSTLEY played in an Under 19’s premiership in 2002 and went on to become an important senior player for the club. He personifies the qualities of dedication and consistency that it takes to achieve such a remarkable milestone. Andrew is a highly respected personality around the club and this was exemplified in his very popular, and well deserved, achievement in winning the Reserves Best and Fairest in 2012. This year, he has added to his key defensive duties by putting his hand up as an Assistant Coach for the Reserves.

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Banyule’s MICHAEL CHRISTIAN started with the club as an under 19 in 2004. He was a key member of the Under 19’s premiership side and from there progressed to the seniors. He is the current senior club captain, senior best and fairest winner and Premiership player. Michael is known for his tough, hard running football off half back and has been a wonderful member of our football club.

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Fitzroy’s DANIEL RYAN reached this milestone earlier this year.

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Yarra Valley’s GRANT SMITH first arrived at the club as a lightly framed 53kg 18 year old. He quickly gained a reputation for his fearless attack on the football, and his blatant disregard for his body as he’d continually back-back into packs, mangling up his dainty frame. To add to his on-field accolades, Grant has been a valuable member on the committee and assistant money man at the club for a number of years.

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Old Haileyburians’ reserves captain SCOTT ELLIS joined the club in 2005 and enjoyed a taste of senior footy with just over a dozen games in the firsts before settling in as a highly regarded leader in the reserves. Strongly built and fair in both complexion and play, he’s won the Best and Fairest as well as the Leading Goalkicker award in the twos. The consistency Scott’s shown on the field has extended to his regular involvement in the Bloods’ end-of-season footy trips.

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St Bernards’ MARTY BYRNE has had his fair share of injuries over the years but his commitment to his football club has never been questioned. A Premiership player at the Warriors in 2007, He is always on the training track when fit, a willing participant at social functions and great clubman.

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Fitzroy’s SAM BAKER joined Fitzroy in 2008 where he played 10 U19 games and 9 Senior games. This will be Sam’s sixth season with the Club and this season he was named co-captain.

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Fitzroy’s PHILIP CARYDIS joined the club this year after having played most of his games with Old Ivanhoe, but a family history with Fitzroy saw the change of clubs and now wears the club jumper with pride.

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Fitzroy’s ANTONY HARBOR and Michael Lee both reached the 100 game milestones with the club earlier this season. Both Antony and Michael came up through the club’s U19s making their way into the Seniors, with the occasional Reserves match.

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Old Mentonian DAVID FORSYTH a great clubman.

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Fitzroy’s ELI BARNES, Tom Jenkins, Mitch McWhinney and Marc Willson.

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Oakleigh’s TEX MINCHIN is a member of the 2010 and 2012 Under 18’s Senior Premiership sides.

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Banyule’s premiership players MARK MORGAN and Ian Stokes.

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Glen Eira Saint MATTHEW HOBSON

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MHSOB’s REX GAVAN

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North Brunswick’s CHRIS TEMPERLEY

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James Ried

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CALCULATING FINALS CHANCES As we surpass the halfway mark of the 2013 season the label of a viable finals contender remains mathematically ajar for all-comers in the section, as Division 1 continues to provide the tightest competition in the VAFA this year. While finals might only be a mathematical possibility for some, for others the realism of playing finals will be determined in the return bouts of the season. The uncertainty of what to expect from opponents has subsided as teams surge for consistent performances, with wins at home to become essential for a finals berth. Hampton Rovers remain oblivious to this fight for top 4 spots, sitting on their rightfully earned high horse as they look to gallop into September, trampling the rest of the competition in their path. The Rovers made it 9-0 this past weekend, making light work of an inconsistent Old Geelong side. Hampton took the reins early and never looked like easing up as they entered halftime 53 points ahead, extending the lead to 78 by games end. Mark Devereaux was best on ground in the comprehensive victory, along with Sam Clements, Stuart Burggraaff and Jesse Donald chiming in with 3 apiece. The OG’s inconsistent first half of the season puts them in 8th position, although are still well in the hunt for finals being only one game outside the top 4. If they can straighten out these daunting performances, expect improvement in the second half of the year. Second on the ladder shuffled once again in round 9 as Williamstown CYMS replaced Old Mentonians after the win on the road to MHSOB. From the outset, the CY’s outmuscled the Unicorns, keeping them scoreless in the first term. The second quarter started much like the first, with Williamstown dominating play and letting it be known on the scoreboard, taking a 39 point lead at the long break. The third quarter MHSOB fired back, taking the authority and the ascendancy away from their opponents, kicking 5 goals in the term. The CY’s however halted the home teams momentum and blew them away late in the last to win by 49. Big man, Steven Puhar was deemed best on, floating back and intercepting the Unicorns’ attacks, helping his defenders throughout the day. The win earns the CY’s a well-deserved gap 16

between themselves and the rest of the vying finals contenders, as they enter this week’s matchups 6-3 and a slender jump on the competition. Ormond continued their rapid rise up the ladder last weekend knocking off top 2 candidates, Old Mentonians. It was a tightly contested matchup as margin between the two would remain under a goal for the majority of the first half. Old Mentonians made use of home ground advantage setting up easy shots at goal slotting 6.1-37 by halftime. Ormond were the counter opposite, although having 4 more scoring shots found themselves 5.6-36, but even with inaccurate kicking were only down by 1. Ormond dictated the game after the break, although their wayward kicking only increased as they managed to convert just two of their ten shots at goal. Ormond’s command on the game gave them a minor 13 point lead at the final change. In the fourth, Ormond finally started kicking straight, maintaining their advantage and ended the game victorious. Robert Chisholm once again contributed with 3 goals, while Sam Mason was B.O.G in the 14 point win. Glen Eira’s hellish run in Division 1 only endured, as they hosted Whitefriars at Packer Reserve. Glen Eira’s first quarters this season have been forgettable. In a shake up to the norm they stunned finals hopeful Whitefriars, snatching 2 goals in the first and taking a 4 point lead. Unfortunately for the Saints old habits die hard as the Friars bagged 7 goals to 0 in the second quarter. The lead extended in the third and did so once again in the last. The Friars were unable to accumulate the 100 point win that those that came before them against Glen Eira did, but a 78 point victory is decisive nonetheless. Jean Daou tormented the opposition hoarding possessions and kicking 3 goals to go with it in a best on ground performance. The match of the round was undeniably between DIVISION 1 — TIPS IN BOLD (YEARS TOTAL 28 / 62%) Old Geelong v Old Geelong Ormond v Williamstown CYMS Williamstown CYMS v Ormond Prahran Assumption v Whitefriars Whitefriars v Prahran Assumption

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Bulleen Templestowe and Prahran Assumption providing a high scoring affair with a memorable finish. The two sides went goal for goal throughout the first half, with Bulleen Templestowe holding a marginal lead in the process. The third quarter was all the Bullants, kicking 6 goals and extending their control out to 21 points and only looked like this would increase. However, in the final quarter Prahran Assumption lifted, storming home with 7 goals in the last, to steal a 5 point victory away from home. Peter Cristoforo slotted home 5 goals along with Daniel Anglin’s midfield dominance was enough to drag their side over the line.

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This week, there are old fashioned eight point games across the board starting with Whitefriars facing Bulleen Templestowe. If the Friars want to make finals this is a must win game at home. Old Geelong play Glen Eira, the OG’s will start the second half of the season in style with a win over the Saints. Ormond host undefeated Hampton Rovers in possibly their toughest test to date, Hampton to pass this test with flying colours and get the win. Williamstown CYMS versus Old Mentonians, should be a tight contest but always expect the CY’s to win at Fearon Reserve. MHSOB travel to Prahran Assumption, the Two Blues to thrive off last week’s memorable victory and get the four points.

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Prahran Assumption 2.1, 6.1, 10.3, 17.6 (108) Bulleen Templestowe 3.1, 7.5, 13.6, 16.7 (103) GOALS, Prahran Assumption: P. Cristoforo 5, R. Pascoe 2, J. Robbins 2, P. Harris 2, P. Donahoo 1, M. Wall 1, A. Sleight 1, T. Maya 1, D. Anglin 1, D. Quirk 1 Bulleen Templestowe: J. Khouri 4, A. Lauria 3, P. Florance 3, M. Considine 2, R. Edsall 1, J. Paolucci 1, J. Cowell 1, D. Dakin 1 BEST, Prahran Assumption: D. Anglin, N. Davey, E. MacDonald, P. Cristoforo, L. Hunt, J. Matherson Bulleen Templestowe: J. Cowell, S. Pallozzi, A. Lucisano, P. Florance, A. Lauria, J. Khouri Whitefriars 1.4, 8.8, 14.13, 17.21 (123) Glen Eira 2.2, 2.3, 3.6, 5.6 (36) GOALS, Whitefriars: M. Mirabella 3, J. Daou 3, A. Marcello 2, D. Tibaldi 2, A. Pearson 1, R. Mattinson 1, B. Stafford 1, M. Simbolon 1, L. Kaldor 1, D. Loh 1, O. Scannell 1 Glen Eira: D. Eade 2, J. Doran 1, A. Tsirogiannis 1, C. Buchanan 1 BEST, Whitefriars: J. Daou, S. Brosolo, M. Simbolon, D. Hogan, A. Pearson, G. Power Glen Eira: C. Higgins, J. Holman, A. Cvek, J. Waras Carstensen, A. Spink, C. Massis Hampton Rovers 2.4, 9.9, 14.9, 17.15 (117) Old Geelong 0.3, 1.4, 2.8, 5.9 (39) GOALS, Hampton Rovers: S. Burggraaff 3, S. Clements 3, J. Donald 3, J. McCoy 2, A. Duddy 2, E. Turner 2, J. McPherson 1, J. Zampaglione 1 Old Geelong: J. Mountjoy 2, J. Ratcliffe 1, C. O’Brien 1, C. Wood 1 BEST, Hampton Rovers: M. Devereaux, L. Fletcher, J. McPherson, A. McNeil, J. Ward, A. Duddy Old Geelong: A. Herd, C. O’Brien, N. O’Hare, J. Forster, M. Collister, M. Rockefeller Williamstown CYMS 3.4, 8.7, 10.11, 14.19 (103) MHSOB 0.0, 2.4, 7.5, 8.6 (54) GOALS, Williamstown CYMS: S. Davis 4, B. Gray 3, C. Cini 3, M. Carland 1, A. Heaver 1, N. Walsh 1, J. Gray 1 MHSOB: D. Hamilton-Ho 2, B. Smith 2, N. Hawking 1, L. Campbell 1, N. Orchard 1, M. White 1 BEST, Williamstown CYMS: S. Puhar, N. Walsh, S. Davis, J. Gray, N. Holdsworth, D. Calman-Orr MHSOB: D. Hamilton-Ho, T. Harper, M. Hamilton-Ho, S. Whittington, N. Orchard, S. Villani Ormond 3.3, 5.6, 7.14, 10.15 (75) Old Mentonians 4.1, 6.1, 7.1, 9.7 (61) GOALS, Ormond: R. Chisholm 3, S. Stait 2, M. Martinov 1, C. Coghlan 1, R. Martin 1, S. Mason 1, D. Bailey 1 Old Mentonians: B. Robertson 4, K. Smith-Cameron 1, J. Waldron 1, D. Mills 1, B. Norton 1, J. Jansson 1 BEST, Ormond: S. Mason, S. Blandford, R. Martin, D. Bailey, A. McCooke, C. Coghlan Old Mentonians: B. Norton, K. Smith-Cameron, J. Costello, B. Robertson, L. Mirams, W. Stone

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Bulleen Templestowe 2.1, 3.5, 5.7, 7.9 (51) Prahran Assumption 2.1, 2.2, 2.5, 3.7 (25) GOALS, Bulleen Templestowe: A. Samie 3, D. Florance 2, P. Tsokas 1, D. Follacchio 1 Prahran Assumption: M. Sampson 1, K. Agushi 1, R. Ellis 1 BEST, Bulleen Templestowe: J. Moio, A. Greco, L. Millen, N. Giavasoglou, A. Samie, A. Verga Prahran Assumption: S. McIntyre, T. Matherson, M. Laverty, N. Haynes, T. Webb, M. Boylan Whitefriars 9.6, 17.11, 23.19, 30.22 (202) Glen Eira 0.0, 1.2, 2.2, 3.3 (21) GOALS, Whitefriars: A. Daou 11, L. Twomey 2, J. Waters 2, C. Zarafa 2, D. Arthurson 2, D. Kovacevic 2, B. Vey 1, T. Carrucan 1, C. Taouk 1, C. Spencer 1, P. Hennessy 1, C. Wood 1, N. Di Pietrantonio 1, D. Chambers 1, D. Cardamone 1 Glen Eira: D. Santalucia 2, B. Cooney 1 BEST, Whitefriars: T. Carrucan, P. Hennessy, M. Stafford, C. Zarafa, A. Daou, D. Kovacevic Glen Eira: D. Santalucia, B. Cooney, F. Cavanagh, A. Devries, B. McNally, J. Higgins Hampton Rovers 5.2, 9.5, 14.7, 15.11 (101) Old Geelong 6.3, 6.4, 9.5, 11.7 (73) GOALS, Hampton Rovers: M. Care 5, M. Short 3, M. Innes 2, N. Lyall 1, J. Baxter 1, R. Atkins 1, N. Taylor 1, C. Long 1 Old Geelong: M. Morris 4, R. Herd 3, W. Harris 3, J. Dunell 1 BEST, Hampton Rovers: N. Lyall, B. Pewtress, L. Woodland, M. Care, J. Baxter, R. Atkins Old Geelong: J. O’Shea, R. Herd, G. Macdonald, M. Morris, R. Kemp, W. Harris Williamstown CYMS 6.3, 7.4, 11.10, 16.12 (108) MHSOB 5.0, 10.2, 10.4, 12.6 (78) GOALS, Williamstown CYMS: B. McRae 5, J. Munro 3, R. Cassidy 2, J. Venosta 2, F. Henry 2, F. Henry 1, J. Streets 1 MHSOB: J. Aitken5, A. Hogan 4, L. Taylor 2, C. Wright 1 BEST, Williamstown CYMS: F. Henry, F. Henry, J. Munro, B. McRae, M. Ferrie, M. Tennant MHSOB: A. Hogan, J. Wood, J. Aitken , L. Taylor, B. Morrow, C. Wakefield Ormond 2.3, 6.5, 12.10, 20.14 (134) Old Mentonians 2.0, 5.1, 5.1, 7.2 (44) GOALS, Ormond: S. Metz 6, L. Duthie 4, B. Atkins 4, T. Naylor 2, M. Pappas 1, L. Anrep 1, D. MacHin 1, D. Casey 1 Old Mentonians: R. Imlach 2, J. Harrington 2, S. Campbell 1, D. Lamb 1, J. Brohier 1 BEST, Ormond: L. Anrep, B. Cromack, D. Frazier, N. Manning, T. Naylor, M. Pappas Old Mentonians: J. Harrington, B. Parker, S. Campbell, B. Bowker, J. Brohier, D. Hull

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Brenton Mann

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RAIDERS RAIN ON ST JOHNS’ PARADE EMMAUS ST LEOS VS MONASH GRYPHONS With both sides fresh after a week off, it was evident early that this was going to be a tight, physical and aggressive contest. With the Animals pushing numbers behind the ball from the outset, this was not going to be an attacking, free-flowing affair. The Gryphons minus Russell Robertson had the better of the first half and held a 33 point lead at half-time. The Two Blues had only themselves to blame, with inaccuracy in front of goal costing them dearly. It was a different story in the second half, with the Animals slamming through eight goals to four but couldn’t capture the lead. After Rich Hummerston slotted his goal in the last quarter, the Gryphons were up by five goals, and cruising, but then Emmaus St Leos found something. Ryan Harding went bang from 60 out, with a goal that lifted the Animals off the canvas and they sniffed their first victory for 2013. In a dramatic final 20 secs, and trailing by four points, Harding was awarded a free kick and a shot after the siren. Unfortunately he missed to the near side and the luckless Animals failed again and Monash coach Jock McDonald was left fuming after their second half fade out. ST MARY’S SALESIAN VS OLD ELTHAM This match presented St Mary’s with a chance to stake its claim as a genuine premiership contender, and for Old Eltham it was a chance to get back on the winners’ list. It was always going to be tough for the Turtles. St Mary’s hold a distinct home ground advantage at Ferndale Park and play the ground extremely well. The first half was a tussle , Old Eltham up by three points at quartertime and five points at the half. In what could be a watershed for their season, the Saints slammed on six goals to one in a stellar third quarter and held a 25 point lead at the final change. The last quarter was a dead rubber with both sides putting through three goals, but the damage was done and the Saints ran out winners by 31 points. St Mary’s quelled the influence of spearhead Sab Ciavolla and were led beautifully by Jack Flynn and James Rogers up forward who both bagged 18

four goals each. St Mary’s have another chance to cement their spot in the top four when they head to Thomas Carroll to face a stinging St Johns’ side next Saturday.

OLD PARADIANS VS ST JOHNS This was a crunch game for both sides after both had disappointing losses in round 8, both left to stew over them with the bye. The wide expanses of Garvey Oval should have suited St Johns’ run and carry style, while Old Paradians play a highly contested brand of footy and would try and lock down and beat the JOCs inside. The evenness of the first term was reflected by the score and it would be a sign of things to come. St Johns grabbed the ascendency in the second quarter and held an eight point lead at half-time. That form continued after the break and the JOCs were up as much as 25 points in the third, but red-time goals to Paradians got them within striking distance at ¾ time. In a tense last quarter, the Paradians won the important moments and slammed through five final term goals. It was BOG, Michael Bellizia’s 5th goal with 30 secs left, which gave the Paradians a barnstorming five point victory. THERRY PENOLA VS YARRA VALLEY This game was given top billing as the match of the round and Yarra Valley’s biggest test for the year. Therry Penola is almost unbeatable at home and if not for inaccuracy in front of goal, the Lions would have been further than nine points ahead at quarter-time. The Lions held the Bushrangers goalless in the second term but couldn’t rectify their goal-kicking woes and were grasping to a three goal lead at the main change. They straightened up in front of goal after halfDIVISION 2 — TIPS IN BOLD (YEARS TOTAL 28 / 62%) Monash Gryphons v South Melbourne Dist. Old Paradians v Yarra Valley Ivanhoe v Old Eltham Therry v Emmaus St Johns v St Mary’s Salesian

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time with a five goal third term and held Yarra Valley at bay by 29 points. In a clinical display, the ladder leaders put pay to another contender and cruised to a comfortable 43 point win. In what has become the norm, the Bannisters were dangerous up forward, kicking nine goals between them and Jarrod Egglestone solid as ever down back. Therry Penola is in super form and could head into the finals, undefeated after the bye.

SOUTH MELBOURNE VS IVANHOE It was a special day for South Melbourne, who held a luncheon to honour club great Clarke Fields and they were on fire early, kicking four goals to

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Old Paradians 3.2, 5.3, 7.6, 12.7 (79) St Johns 3.2, 6.5, 9.6, 11.8 (74) GOALS, Old Paradians: M. Bellizia 5, D. Boundy 2, A. Paglia 2, J. Kandilakis 1, M. Derham 1, D. Giddings 1 St Johns: R. Scott 4, D. Camm 3, G. Costas 3, P. Daou 1 BEST, Old Paradians: M. Bellizia, C. Kandilakis, A. Tulipano, S. Miller, K. O’Brien, M. Derham St Johns: D. Camm, C. Ely, B. Ayache, R. Dyker, K. Arnold, R. Scott St Mary’s Salesian 3.0, 6.1, 12.5, 15.12 (102) Old Eltham Collegians 3.3, 6.6, 7.10, 10.11 (71) GOALS, St Mary’s Salesian: J. Flynn 4, J. Rogers 4, S. Jones 2, L. Moreen 1, J. Strangward 1, J. Tanner 1, J. Perriam 1, M. Op’t Hoog 1 Old Eltham Collegians: A. Hargrave 4, S. Ciavola 2, J. Galvin 2, J. Laver 1, B. Galvin 1 BEST, St Mary’s Salesian: J. Kenyon, N. Latsas, H. Chipperfield, S. Jones, J. Op’t Hoog, M. Jane Old Eltham Collegians: J. Hyndman, B. Galvin, J. Galvin, M. Crooks, M. Hargrave, A. Lendaro Ivanhoe 1.3, 2.5, 5.10, 9.13 (67) South Melbourne Districts 4.2, 6.3, 8.5, 9.10 (64) GOALS, Ivanhoe: M. Fogarty 2, A. Close 2, B. Jackson 1, B. Fleming 1, M. Jacobs 1, C. Kingsford 1, S. Zervides 1 South Melbourne Districts: J. Hampton 2, M. Hoffman 1, S. Mahoney 1, A. Lane 1, B. Natoli 1, P. O’Callaghan 1, T. Parish 1, R. Cheevers 1 BEST, Ivanhoe: T. Williamson, J. McDonald, T. O’Donnell, C. Kingsford, P. Harris, J. Chazan South Melbourne Districts: A. Lane, J. Heis, A. Minichiello, E. Costello, A. Ray, M. Hoffman Therry Penola 3.6, 4.11, 9.12, 13.16 (94) Yarra Valley 2.3, 2.5, 5.7, 7.9 (51) GOALS, Therry Penola: J. Bannister 5, C. Bannister 4, H. Rowe 1, D. Angus 1, M. Costello 1, M. Valenti 1 Yarra Valley: N. Pollard 3, D. Pagan 1, J. Canham 1, C. Hodgens 1, R. Little 1 BEST, Therry Penola: B. Harding, J. Crotty, J. Bannister, J. Egglestone, M. Lyons, J. Costello Yarra Valley: M. Wines, R. Amos, R. Pollard, J. Trend, M. Sharrock, S. Collie

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one in the opening quarter. The game tightened up in the second and the Districts took a 22 point lead into the main break. Ivanhoe started to make up ground with a three goal third quarter, and reduced the deficit to 13 points heading into the last. They arrested the momentum and ran over the Districts with a blistering four goal quarter that sealed a thrilling three point win. It could be huge in the context of their season. It was a disappointing day for South Melbourne who had been in good form at home and dropped a game that would have kept them in touch with the top four, a spot that Ivanhoe now occupies.

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Monash Gryphons 3.2, 8.3, 11.3, 12.5 (77) Emmaus St Leos 0.4, 2.6, 6.8, 10.14 (74) GOALS, Monash Gryphons: S. Edwards 3, D. McConville 3, K. Cherian 2, R. Hummerston 1, B. Griesheimer 1, A. Erwin-Ross 1, M. Verkuylen 1 Emmaus St Leos: R. Harding 2, M. Mc Iver 2, T. Ahern 2, N. Robin 1, C. Sekula 1, P. McGloin 1, C. Hogan 1 BEST, Monash Gryphons: M. Tapscott, M. Verkuylen, G. Munro, T. Mackie, C. Mackie, M. Fletcher Emmaus St Leos: N. Baranello, R. Harding, N. Robin, J. O’Connor, T. Brady, T. Ahern

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Monash Gryphons 3.1, 7.6, 8.7, 14.11 (95) Emmaus St Leos 0.6, 1.9, 5.9, 9.9 (63) GOALS, Monash Gryphons: W. Pocock 3, B. Hawker 2, P. Warren 2, W. Harms 2, D. Baxter 2, S. Abel 1, J. Nuguid 1, V. Coffey 1 Emmaus St Leos: P. Jones 5, G. Mitchell 2, D. Dapiran 1, E. Mitchell 1 BEST, Monash Gryphons: K. Johnsen, A. Petsinis, A. Robilliard, J. Harrak, L. Wieselmann Emmaus St Leos: T. Canny, M. Gartland, E. Mitchell, N. Morrison, P. Jones, M. Ottobre St Johns 2.1, 3.5, 5.8, 6.12 (48) Old Paradians 1.4, 2.5, 4.5, 6.6 (42) GOALS, St Johns: C. Christiansen 2, M. Crowley 1, T. Diaz 1, M. Lokeron 1, B. Khoweiss 1 Old Paradians: D. Whyley 2, J. Dib 1, R. D’Souza 1, M. Patena 1, A. Posterino 1 BEST, St Johns: T. Diaz, J. Butt, D. Abou-Karroum, D. Taylor, C. Christiansen, B. Darbyshire Old Paradians: K. Mascitti, D. Whyley, S. Bowie,. Murray, M. Patena, D. Garoffolo Old Eltham Collegians 7.3, 8.5, 14.9, 17.14 (116) St Mary’s Salesian 1.2, 7.7, 7.9, 10.11 (71) GOALS, Old Eltham Collegians: A. Coath 3, Z. Tranter 3, S. McAlpine 2, P. Zumbo 2, C. Strongman 2, T. Woods 2, J. Love 1, Z. Cole 1, C. Jongebloed 1 St Mary’s Salesian: S. Gusts 4, S. Gatehouse 2, L. Antoniades 1, L. Hawkins 1, B. Semmler-Farr 1, N. Alexopoulos 1 BEST, Old Eltham Collegians: S. Stratford, P. Zumbo, A. Stavretis, C. Jongebloed, J. Hall, T. Woods St Mary’s Salesian: N. Alexopoulos, L. Hawkins, S. Gusts, T. O’Brien, F. Ravida, S. Gatehouse Ivanhoe 2.5, 4.10, 6.11, 9.14 (68) South Melbourne Districts 0.3, 2.3, 5.8, 8.9 (57) GOALS, Ivanhoe: M. Tickell 3, R. Toogood 2, M. McCrystal 2, J. Scoble 1, K. Jackson 1 South Melbourne Districts: J. Adgemis 3, S. McGuigan 1, N. Hubble 1, T. Mitchell 1, F. Tiernan 1, A. Bermingham 1 BEST, Ivanhoe: A. Horton, M. Tickell, S. Graeme, J. Trescowthick, S. Conley, M. McCrystal South Melbourne Districts: A. Hedge, C. Grant, J. Foley, D. Buchanan, A. Bermingham, J. Adgemis Therry Penola 2.6, 4.6, 4.8, 6.9 (45) Yarra Valley 1.0, 2.1, 2.1, 4.2 (26) GOALS, Therry Penola: J. Dixon 2, D. Leroy 1, M. Trimble 1, M. Rasile 1, D. Ractliffe 1 Yarra Valley: B. Seeger 2, T. Rolland 1, C. Johnson 1 BEST, Therry Penola: B. Ratcliffe, D. Leroy, J. Mennuni, M. Heard, J. Sacco, D. McKibbin Yarra Valley: G. Smith, D. Vanderzeil, D. Mills, J. Cordwell, L. Grimwade, L. Chapman

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DIVISION 3

William Balme

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THE CRAMMERS AND THE JAMMERS Playing in the VAFA requires one to be able to juggle many different balls at the same time in order to maintain a healthy balance of work, rest and play. Obviously it depends on how you approach your football. Are you going to be the bloke who cares the most about achieving sustained team success at the expense of Thursday night beers or even your own career development or are you the bloke who drifts in and out of the football club except when big social occasions rear their (extremely) ugly head? The beauty of VAFA footy, particularly in the lower divisions, is that you meet all types. The bloke who goes up north for work throughout winter and returns just in time for finals footy, putting his hand up for a tagging job despite his skin folds quadrupling since he last played. There’s the outstanding preseason trainer who always seems to pull his hamstring before Round 1 leading up to his much anticipated debut. And finally, there is the university student who doesn’t have a job, never shouts the bar but is it at every training session, every recovery session and every pub crawl simply to procrastinate. Why is this relevant? Well, examination time replicates finals footy. Everything you do in the build up allows you to better yourself when it comes to crunch time. The weights and the readings, the running and the late night essays and the pub crawls and the... well, pub crawls. Whoever respects their responsibility the most is inevitably the most prepared for success. The crammers may have the talent and freakish natural ability but let’s face it; you can fool the system once, twice, maybe even three times but eventually it will catch up with you. There’s only one Dimitri Dimakopolous, there’s only one Dimitri Dimakopolous! Doesn’t quite roll off the tongue as it did during the famous ditty about the great Tony Lockett but his dominance on Saturday afternoon compares to ‘Plugger’ in his heyday. Seven goals and another 30+ possession game has him leading my mock league B&F count. As you can tell, it was a really impressive weekend for me in terms of personal development. Dwayne 20

Scott also troubled South Mornington with 4 majors but Dimakopolous proved that he is the embodiment of St Francis Xavier’s spirit. Elsternwick cruised to an 83 point win over Power House in another one sided affair, dominated by the before-mentioned freakish natural ability of 7 goal hero Aaron Thornton. Thornton has left the competition in his wake in terms of goal kicking, with a 14 goal lead over Brazzale and Sam Williams in the race for the Fred Fanning medal. He had plenty of support from Craig Mahony and Grant Cameron who sizzled on the gluggy backyard of Sportscover Arena. Lee Johnston booted 4 for the losers. Speaking of university, La Trobe received a credit for their effort against top of the table Kew but did not come away with honours as Kew rallied to win by 19 points. Andrew Brazzale (Kew), another man with freakish natural ability, was instrumental for the victors but the individual battles that occurred across the ground were the most intriguing part of the match. Hacker and Rohrt pushed and shoved each other for 4 quarters as an accidental elbow forced the thermometer to rise to previously inaccessible levels. Speaking of rising, Rupert Sangster (La Trobe) is perhaps the best young player in the competition producing another fine display. Over the fence from the Elsternwick-Power House game saw Albert Park upset the dangerously inconsistent Aquinas outfit. Dylan Muscat was a crucial aspect of the contest and dominated across the ground, lifting the inaccurate Albert Park to a 17 point victory. Whilst Philip Jurkovsky was excellent for the Bloods, they simply could not match Albert Park’s intensity despite their extremely erratic kicking for goal. Perhaps Albert Park’s recruiting power could be tripled if they made their move from the ground more recently resembling a swamp to Sportscover Arena – although that might require a name change too and I believe the Wicks have first refusal on the suburb that Sportscover sits in. DIVISION 3 — TIPS IN BOLD (YEARS TOTAL 38 / 70%) Aquinas v Richmond Central UHS-VU v South Mornington La Trobe v Swinburne Power House v Albert Park St Francis Xavier v Old Westbourne Kew v Elsternwick

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For game notes and match information — email details by 5pm Sunday Not even the return of superstar big man Richard Gates could lift Swinburne to an upset over UHSVU as Thomas O’Halloran’s 5 couldn’t even gain him a nod in the best. Ryan Keeley continued his sheer brilliance and Jackson Manning kicked 4 for the losers however it was big Matthew Gaite’s influence that led UHS-VU to another fine victory. UHS-VU saw off a brave first half effort from Swinburne to pass the test with flying colours. They remain in 2nd position with excellent percentage after their 45 point win. An inspired Old Westbourne outfit surprised Richmond Central, bursting out of the blocks in the first quarter before the Snakes slammed the door on any hope of the Warriors causing the biggest boilover in Division 3 history. Jesse Humphries kicked 4 majors for the defeated Warriors and was one of the key reasons for their gritty performance however it was Sam Demeo and Nino Bucci who

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showed their class when necessary as the Snakes slithered their way to a hard fought 34 point win.

WILLIEBEE’S CLIVE WATERHOUSE MOTR Can Aquinas turn around the 120 point defeat they suffered at the hands of Richmond Central at home? Is Elsternwick capable of competing with Kew at their Victoria Park Fortress? But it is impossible to avoid the rivalry between the two universities. La Trobe have been very competitive in recent weeks whilst on the other hand Swinburne have lost momentum and face a tough run home. Swinburne to turn it around with an 11 point win.

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Albert Park 1.6, 2.10, 5.17, 8.19 (67) Aquinas 2.3, 4.5, 6.6, 7.8 (50) GOALS, Albert Park: L. Kerry 3, B. Murnane 2, M. Cumbers 1, J. Brick 1, C. Wright 1 Aquinas: N. Morrison-Storey 3, S. Williams 2, A. Guthrie 1, L. Toomey 1 BEST, Albert Park: D. Muscat, S. Bermingham, L. Kerry, T. Smoker, N. McLennan, J. Antenucci Aquinas: P. Jurkovsky, M. Vanrooy, M. Czaplowski, D. Lord, N. Morrison-Storey, A. Gommers Elsternwick 5.4, 10.5, 14.9, 19.12 (126) Power House 1.1, 2.2, 4.5, 6.7 (43) GOALS, Elsternwick: A. Thornton 7, C. Watts 4, J. McGrail 2, J. Hunter 2, C. Mahony 2, S. Grace 1, G. Cameron 1 Power House: L. Johnston 4, D. Baker 1, G. Tubridy 1 BEST, Elsternwick: C. Mahony, D. Healy, G. Cameron, B. Mahony, C. Watts, W. Hamilton Power House: J. Avery, L. Johnston, G. Tubridy, R. Webb, A. Collett, S. Circosta Kew 1.2, 3.7, 6.10, 9.10 (64) La Trobe University 1.1, 3.1, 5.2, 7.3 (45) GOALS, Kew: T. Allman 3, K. Gannon 2, A. Brazzale 2, W. Balme 1, J. Delbridge 1 La Trobe University: J. Hickey 2, J. McMeel 2, D. Hacker 1, S. Field 1, D. Ryan 1 BEST, Kew: A. Brazzale, T. Leeds, L. Woolrich, B. Shute, T. Allman, L. Kinsella La Trobe University: R. Sangster, D. Ryan, J. O’Brien, D. Hacker, J. Hickey, J. McMeel Richmond Central 0.5, 7.9, 11.15, 15.17 (107) Old Westbourne 3.6, 5.8, 5.11, 10.13 (73) GOALS, Richmond Central: S. O’Connor 3, W. Bucci 3, D. Cannon 2, D. Nicholson 2, S. Brown 1, N. Bucci 1, S. Demeo 1, B. McGoldrick 1, D. Firman 1 Old Westbourne: J. Humphreys 4, R. Binney 2, D. White 2, A. Crossman 1, T. Tessari 1 BEST, Richmond Central: J. Carter, S. Demeo, R. Costanzo, D. Cannon, N. Bucci, J. Nicholson Old Westbourne: T. Tessari, R. Zammit, J. Humphreys, E. Karageorge, A. Crossman, D. Carroll-Hughes St Francis Xavier 5.2, 11.3, 14.4, 22.6 (138) South Mornington 2.3, 3.3, 5.8, 6.9 (45) GOALS, St Francis Xavier: D. Dimakopoulos 7, D. Scott 4, T. Farrell 3, T. Burns 2, R. Compt 2, J. Roberts 1, J. Abel 1, P. Bourke 1, M. Ralph 1 South Mornington: K. Gascoigne 2, D. Keating 2, K. Debernardi 1, R. McConville-Brain 1 BEST, St Francis Xavier: D. Dimakopoulos, J. Abel, J. Lenders, D. Scott, T. Butera, S. Burns South Mornington: R. Tursi, K. Woodruff, J. Dade-Bell, M. Killen UHS-VU 3.2, 8.2, 15.5, 19.11 (125) Swinburne University 3.1, 7.4, 8.5, 12.8 (80) GOALS, UHS-VU: T. O’Halloran 5, M. Temming 4, M. Fitzclarence 4, S. Turner 3, O. Boru 1, R. Matthews 1, M. Gaite 1 Swinburne University: J. Manning 4, K. Fitzpatrick 3, B. Gittus 2, B. Higgins 1, M. Manning 1, P. Wild 1 BEST, UHS-VU: M. Gaite, R. Matthews, D. Benstead, S. Turner, M. Fitzclarence, B. Atherton Swinburne University: L. Dalton, R. Keeley, K. Fitzpatrick, J. Manning, R. Lugg, E. Jones

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Albert Park 2.0, 6.3, 10.6, 12.11 (83) Aquinas 3.1, 8.3, 9.3, 10.3 (63) GOALS, Albert Park: R. Sloan 3, S. Cook 3, J. Seven 1, T. Wilson 1, S. Jess 1, T. Wright 1, A. Waycott 1, R. Close 1 Aquinas: P. Pham 2, K. Rooney 2, T. Jellie 1, M. Young 1, A. Ball 1, T. Niezen 1, P. Jess 1, A. Kinghorn 1 BEST, Albert Park: T. Wilson, S. Jess, G. O’Hanlon, P. McGuire, T. Honan, M. Holliday Aquinas: P. Pham, B. Fenech, P. Jess, J. McCann, T. Jellie, B. Gray Power House 2.1, 4.5, 9.7, 13.9 (87) Elsternwick 3.9, 5.11, 7.11, 9.11 (65) GOALS, Power House: (not supplied) Elsternwick: J. Biviano 3, L. Callery 3, M. Cooper 1, D. Loughnan 1, W. Williams 1 BEST, Power House: (not supplied) Elsternwick: W. Williams, J. Biviano, D. Loughnan, J. Yemm, J. De Waas, M. Cooper Kew 6.1, 7.4, 8.5, 13.10 (88) La Trobe University 1.0, 3.0, 3.2, 4.3 (27) GOALS, Kew: J. O’Keefe 5, T. Bagnall 2, N. Zaher 2, A. Michael 1, P. McGowan 1, M. Kinsella 1, A. Carman 1 La Trobe University: C. Wheeler 1, M. Pearson 1, B. Nelson 1, B. Phillpot - Evans 1 BEST, Kew: C. Backman, A. Michael, J. O’Keefe, T. Bagnall, E. O’Donnell, R. Wyley La Trobe University: A. Curwood, M. Steele, B. Rowles, W. Ritchie, D. Ingram, B. Thompson Richmond Central 6.2, 7.6, 15.8, 22.13 (145) Old Westbourne 0.1, 2.3, 3.3, 4.4 (28) GOALS, Richmond Central: S. Copland 11, A. Pruscino 4, B. Wesley 2, D. Sutherland 2, R. Schwedes 1, D. Blythe 1, J. Sanderson 1 Old Westbourne: N. Gaylor 2, S. Casley 1, J. Sahayam 1 BEST, Richmond Central: S. Copland, T. Lebreton, B. Wesley, D. Sutherland, C. Macrow, T. Sutherland Old Westbourne: J. Bistisi, B. Knee, S. Casley, D. Buglisi, A. McAlindon, K. Subramanyam South Mornington 2.1, 4.6, 6.10, 10.13 (73) St Francis Xavier 2.5, 3.6, 8.8, 8.9 (57) GOALS, South Mornington: N. Coy 2, K. Clements 2, J. Dowsett 1, B. Wilson 1, T. Bateman 1, D. Williams 1, B. Dowling 1, K. Hunt 1 St Francis Xavier: D. Johnstone 2, B. Matlock 2, J. Williams 1, A. Hughes 1, S. Williams 1, D. Thomson 1 BEST, South Mornington: T. Sparkes, D. Williams, K. Rose, L. McConville-Brain, K. Hunt, I. Davies St Francis Xavier: D. Johnstone, J. Williams, J. Van Dam, D. Thomson, D. Butcher, S. Williams UHS-VU 6.2, 7.5, 12.7, 16.9 (105) Swinburne University 3.0, 5.2, 7.3, 12.3 (75) GOALS, UHS-VU: M. Sweeney 5, M. Ondarchie 3, D. Fazakerley 2, L. Habel 2, S. Murphy 1, T. Stephens 1, W. Smith 1, C. Marchio 1 Swinburne University: T. Bugler 2, R. Moloney 2, S. McGrath 1, L. McManus 1, J. Carroll 1, J. Lynn 1, G. Peter 1, P. O’Hare 1, M. Westland 1, C. Barton 1 BEST, UHS-VU: J. Moden, L. Habel, S. Murphy, T. Stephens, H. Lovell, C. Kelly Swinburne University: J. Carroll, S. Kilpatrick, S. McGrath, G. Peter, R. Moloney, J. Tennent

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WINTER WARMERS For those of you who are Game of Thrones enthusiasts, you will be well aware of the excessively used phrase by protagonist Ned Stark, “winter is coming,” which is a constant, but daunting prospect faced by characters throughout the series. Winter has definitely arrived in Melbourne, but with it arrives with a different vibe and some terrific footy being played in round nine. With all teams refreshed after the bye, Mt Lilydale produced a stunning upset win over Point Cook, the West-side of Brunswick gained bragging rights in the Brunswick derby and the Sharks continued on their merry way. Other results saw the Dragons return to the winners list with a hard-fought win over the Cobras, while the Hawks posted another win by over 100 points, this time against Chadstone. In the battle for Brunswick, it was the West who triumphed by a narrow five point margin in a game that was closely fought all day. West Brunswick were the quickest out the blocks early on, leading by two goals at quarter-time and maintaining that buffer right until the last break. However, five unanswered goals from an inspired North Brunswick outfit saw the Bulls gain the lead with little time remaining, with a terrific running goal from Sahand Ghasimzadeh lifting the Bulls fans out of their seats. Despite the heroic efforts of the Bulls, West Brunswick would come roaring back to kick the last goal of the game after a suspect deliberate out of bounds decision, resulting in a five point victory to the Pies. Bob MacKenzie was very good for the Pies in the ruck, while Wendall Vagg was a welcome return in a game that West Brunswick were lucky to get away with, but will nonetheless take the four points. For the Bulls, who will be pleased knowing they can compete with the best but disappointed with the loss, a pivotal second half of the season awaits. The upset of round nine was out at Mt Lilydale, who denied the highly fancied Bulldogs a win on the road. In one of the longest road trips in 22

VAFA footy, the road home for the Dogs would have felt even longer, who will be disappointed with the 29 point loss. After a seven goal to three first term, the Bulldogs would control the closely fought game until three-quarter time, leading by eight points at the last break. However, an inspired last term from the home side led to a comfortable victory, with the Old Boys kicking six goals to zip. Max Hampton, Dale Rohrmann and Lachlan Powell combined for 12 goals up forward, while Daniel Cerra was the best player on the ground. For the Dogs, who will be disappointed with their final quarter fade-out, Ricky Munn continued his impressive form with five goals up forward, while Andrew Auciello and Barry Langely were also both very good. Hawthorn continued their dominant form, this time with 121 point victory over a poor Chadstone outfit. White (6 goals), Tremewen (6) and Robertson (5) combined for 17 goals up forward thanks to some excellent delivery from a dominant midfield. After a competitive opening term in which Chaddy led by a point, the Hawks class rose to the top as they steamrolled a team who were unable to maintain their intensity of the first quarter. For Chaddy, Cisco George was again one of their best, while Dave Bennett and Sam Ralph tried hard all day. Chadstone will be looking forward to some returning senior players over the next few weeks, lifting the optimism of the club for that elusive first win. For the Hawks, who are yet to face the undefeated Sharks, a top two finish beckons. The Eley Park Sharks continued their unbeaten start to the season after a 77 point win away to Box Hill North. Along with the Hampton Rovers DIVISION 4 — TIPS IN BOLD (YEARS TOTAL 33 / 73%) North Brunswick v Dragons Chadstone v Box Hill North West Brunswick v Hawthorn Point Cook v Manningham Eley Park Sharks v Northern Blues

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in Division 1, the Sharks are the only other team to be undefeated after nine rounds, an outstanding achievement. Matthew Corstorphin was best afield with four goals, while Andrew Olson (4 goals), Dean Perkins (4) and David Viola (3) were all solid contributors. Again, Box Hill North were competitve in the first half, but were unable to maintain a four quarter performance, leaving the Sharks to run away with victory with ease. Daniel Penny continued his dominant goal-scoring record with four majors, while Tom Hower was a solid contributor.

the Dragons who would return to the winners list after a 10 point away victory. A four goal to one last quarter led the Dragons to victory, after the game had been fought neck and neck all day, with several lead changes. Mohammad Babar was best afield for the Dragons, also picking up two goals, while Brent Herridge and David Clarke were also excellent. For the Cobras who will be disappointed with a home loss, Sean Leonard, Cameron Terpsinis and Damian Sullivan all tried hard but were unable to get their team over the line.

In the game out at Doncaster Reserve, it was

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Eley Park Sharks 3.2, 11.6, 18.8, 22.11 (143) Box Hill North 3.3, 7.4, 9.7, 9.12 (66) GOALS, Eley Park Sharks: A. Olson 4, M. Corstorphin 4, D. Perkins 3, D. Viola 3, N. Bahnsen 2, A. Pillay 2, K. Lindsay 2, S. Barry 1, C. Brown 1 Box Hill North: D. Penny 4, L. Desmond 1, A. Ramani 1, D. Liistro 1, M. Penny 1, M. Hood 1 BEST, Eley Park Sharks: M. Corstorphin, M. Jackson, A. Peacock, K. Lindsay, R. Dingeldei, C. Marsiglio Box Hill North: T. Hower, A. Ramani, C. Lee, D. Liistro, A. Walker, S. Howe

Eley Park Sharks 11.5, 19.9, 29.13, 41.19 (265) Box Hill North 0.1, 3.4, 3.4, 3.4 (22) GOALS, Eley Park Sharks: A. Farrugia 12, T. Houlden 6, G. Psaltopoulos 5, J. Wilson 4, D. Crawford 4, B. Wignell 2, T. Scholtes 2, L. Booth 2, A. Curphey 1, N. Bem 1, D. Hone 1, J. Beasley 1 Box Hill North: A. Pretotto 2, B. Berechree 1 BEST, Eley Park Sharks: A. Curphey, G. Baker, E. Handford, A. Farrugia, J. Wilson, B. Wignell Box Hill North: A. Pretotto, N. Crossan, B. Berechree, W. Drew, A. Sallantioglu, A. Rodrigues

Hawthorn 3.6, 14.11, 22.17, 27.22 (184) Chadstone 4.1, 7.1, 9.2, 10.3 (63) GOALS, Hawthorn: R. White 6, D. Tremewen 6, J. Rossoukas 5, S. Stormonth 3, M. Pinkerton 3, G. Edmond 1, K. Davies 1, J. Perks 1, P. Farrell 1 Chadstone: N. Boothman 3, S. Ralph 1, J. Natoli 1, G. Caffieri 1, F. George 1, D. Hoggett 1, D. Field 1, G. Sceney 1 BEST, Hawthorn: D. Tremewen, D. Pritchard, N. Raiti, K. Davies, J. Rossoukas, R. White Chadstone: F. George, N. Boothman, S. Sceney, D. Bennett, C. Austin, G. Sceney

Hawthorn 5.4, 10.7, 17.10, 23.13 (151) Chadstone 2.0, 4.0, 4.0, 5.0 (30) GOALS, Hawthorn: J. Jackomos 12, D. Grieves 2, L. Nunn 2, J. Websdale 2, S. Moussi 2, S. Sheppard 1, J. Campbell 1, B. Borg 1 Chadstone: (not supplied) BEST, Hawthorn: J. Jackomos, J. Campbell, R. Blennerhassett, S. Gunn, A. Lang, X. Loader Chadstone: (not supplied)

Dragons 3.5, 6.7, 8.10, 12.15 (87) Manningham Cobras 2.4, 7.6, 10.9, 11.11 (77) GOALS, Dragons: J. Ngo 2, P. Rueda 2, M. Babar 2, S. Suon 2, T. Ho 2, J. Ioane 1, J. Kerse 1, B. Herridge 1 Manningham Cobras: D. Miller 2, D. Sullivan 2, B. Morrison 2, S. McPherson 2, N. Howard 1, T. Conn 1, K. Monaghan 1 BEST, Dragons: M. Babar, D. Clarke, B. Herridge, v. Rexha, R. Zemlinsky, S. Suon Manningham Cobras: S. Leonard, C. Terpsinis, B. Morrison, D. Sullivan, J. Trinchi, D. Miller

Dragons 4.4, 6.7, 11.10, 13.14 (92) Manningham Cobras 1.1, 1.1, 1.2, 1.3 (9) GOALS, Dragons: A. Ngo 3, B. Chen 3, J. Gorgovski 2, D. Rete 1, P. San 1, H. Trang 1, J. Cheah 1, G. Cochrane 1 Manningham Cobras: J. Koo 1 BEST, Dragons: H. Trang, D. Rete, C. Marshall, K. Mert, C. Kuang, H. Gurbuz Manningham Cobras: R. Bradbury, A. McDill, M. O’Bree, P. Vaughan, B. Gisonda, N. Molnar

Mt Lilydale 3.1, 9.5, 11.6, 17.8 (110) Point Cook 7.2, 9.4, 12.8, 12.9 (81) GOALS, Mt Lilydale: M. Hampton 5, D. Rohrmann 4, L. Powell 3, J. Baughan 2, M. Fernando 1, S. Molloy 1, J. Zaharin 1 Point Cook: R. Munn 5, A. Newman 2, A. Auciello 1, D. Carter 1, M. Rocco 1, M. Pozzuto 1, S. Sinclair 1 BEST, Mt Lilydale: D. Cerra, M. Hampton, D. Rohrmann, J. Baughan, L. Powell, M. Taylor Point Cook: B. Langley, C. Phillips, B. Cox, A. Newman, M. Rocco, A. Auciello

Point Cook 6.3, 11.8, 14.10, 16.16 (112) Mt Lilydale 1.2, 3.5, 4.8, 5.11 (41) GOALS, Point Cook: M. Herbertson 12, H. Wilkinson 1, J. Moran 1, M. Kennedy 1, A. Paris 1 Mt Lilydale: S. Roberts 4, H. McKenzie 1 BEST, Point Cook: M. Herbertson, C. Cox, J. O’Brien, E. Henderson, S. Percival, M. Smith Mt Lilydale: D. Hughes, S. Roberts, B. Keane, J. Thompson, N. Hartrup, D. Anderson

West Brunswick 3.3, 6.5, 8.8, 9.9 (63) North Brunswick 1.2, 3.5, 3.7, 8.10 (58) GOALS, West Brunswick: C. Germon 4, M. Holmes 2, D. Fuzzard 1, S. Hulm 1, W. Vagg 1 North Brunswick: A. Jeffrey 4, S. Mair 1, P. Notaro 1, C. Hynam-Smith 1, B. Gallagher 1 BEST, West Brunswick: A. McKenzie, C. Wills, A. Gibson, J. Nulty, A. Forbes, C. Germon North Brunswick: J. Davis, J. Ford, K. Zuidema, S. Mair, R. Sweeney, C. Hynam-Smith

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Daniel Lamana Jake van Meel James Molony Caleb Forder James Bennie Luke Sullivan Josh Hawkins Daniel Riley Jesse Manunzio Ben Peart Jack Wheeler Adrian Corsetti Samuel Jones Matthew McCann Matthew Borzillo Jonathon Rose Paul Rahill Owen McIntyre Charlie Connelly William Sullivan Keiren Farrell Jarrod Gill Chris Godfrey Paul Scarpino Matt Chippendale Nicholas Hughes Lachy Allison William Kingston Thomas Isaacs Brendan Ryan Aaron Neal Liam Neal Lachy Neal Luke Baird Mathew Feehan Xavier Cox Michael Kavanagh Damien Ryan James Devery Peter Muggavin Jarrod Couch Jesse Creasey James Flannery Andrew Gurrisi Michael Gurrisi

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OLD CAREY

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

Coach: Steven Cochrane Assistants: Paul Breen, Craig Swift, Brad Taws, Stuart Kofeod, Scott Harvey, Paul Hogan Reserves: Paul Breen

Daniel Sands Nick Polce Charlie Holst Nick Ries (C) Andrew Scott Jack Bull (VC) Shura Taft Daniel Strachan Michael Dyer James Jorgensen Nicholas Sautner Luke Casey Simon Hall Huw Apted Barclay Dixon Jay Austerberry Matthew Barton Courtney Hylton Trent Zimbachs (VC) Stuart Inglis Sam Troon Dylan Chaplin Burch Ollie Howard Marty Williams Wil Tardif Toby Goodman James Kondarovskis Jesse Band Conrick Ash Lynch Tom Penberthy Alexander Croft Josh Kamener Lindsay Apted Nick Roach Sam Hibbins Lachlan Ferguson Harry Croft Anthony Carydias Nick Corp Andrew Howison Justin Clark Chris Jesaueluk

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Bradley Harbinson Dominic Russo Jack Parsons Ed Malone (RC) Alister Fahie Andrew Stone Tim Phillips Adam Myhal Sam Doupe-Watt Drew Maddock Clayton Scott James Slatyer James Patterson Billy Riddle Cameron Bonnar Nicholas Brown Calvin Lyon Charlie Simmons Nick Bobeff Sam Cutts Anthony James Ed Cordner Kim Findlay Bernie Morris Ned Withers Huw Forbes Hugh McKenzie

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Steven Freemantle Tim Smith Ben Smithwick Julian Rowe Luke Maslin James Rimington Ryan Carafa Michael Rainey Matt Parker Mathew Laidlaw Scott Virtue Glen Parker James Courtot Alistair Stewart-Holmes Jarrod Reid Joel Rice Simon Harris Nicholas Colbert James Murrie Lachlan McqueenMiscamble Pierre Seale Tom Harley Cameron Howat Alexander Thompson James Evans James Wagner Allister Parton Sam Arthur Jack Joslin Cameron Jones Brett De Leijer Bas Simpson Luke Marriott Luke Crozier Nicholas Thompson Robert Josephs Andrew Harley David Stewart Jacob Murphy Luke Mckinnon Chris Allen Morgan Evans Harry Moore Scott Gordon

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Alistar Reed Sam Rimington Tim Rule Brenton Mckenry Simon Bramwell Liam Cooney Nic Newhouse David Pocock Blake Fordham Simon Davidson Sam Pentney Lochlan Hall Henry McqueenMiscamble Jordan Ceppi Lewis Fotheringham James Shaw James Chesterfield Ben Field Will Cushen William Guiney James Coull Nick Morris Geoff Trumble Marcus Ramsay Matthew Roach Patrick Cremean Tim Wilkins Sam Landgren Zac Lisle Campbell Wallace Callum O’brien David Porter Simon Lenders Andrew Bird Rhett Mitchelhill

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OLD SCOTCH

ST BEDES/MENTONE TIGERS

Coach: Dean Anderson/Stuart Powell Assistants: Steve Crisp/Josh Kitchen/ Christian Neeson/Kemble Edelsten/Ian Leith Reserves: Christian Neeson Assistant: Anthony Furey Thirds: Terry Kendell/John Daggian

Coach: Mick Dwyer Assistants: Jamie Shanahan, Greg Siwes, Steve Lawrence Reserves: Sam Hecker

Sam Thompson (VC) Ash Lim Matthew Peric Nick Jamieson James Sansom Hamish Dick (DVC) George Dick Lachie Hill Scott Sherwen (VC) Mark Passador (VC) Nick Allen James Bowden (DVC) Richard Wilkinson Adam Houlihan Andrew Jelbart Shane Neaves Gene van den Broek Caillin O’Shannessy Tom Harkness Tim Green Ned Walmsley Hugo Perry Max van den Broek Jack Davis Max Davis Will Strange Robbie Ferraro Angus Tummel Chris Watts Mitch Bradley James Long Richard Eva (C) Henry Dick Sam Barnett Nick Clay Sean Leith (RC) Andrew Murray Angus Harlock Tom McKinley Byron Smith Jack Furey Jack Hurley Nich Lawrence Matthew Seed Fraser Macfarlane Ed Lower Alex O’Shannessy John Daggian (TC)

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Will Lewis Conor O’Beirne Ed Furey Nich Cox Tim Mead Rupert Wills Andrew Hummerston Andrew Mitchell Scott Wilcox Tom Holding Michael Chitham Alex Reilly Tristan Bowman Fergus McKenzie Simon Dick Sam Stott Ian Grant Alex van Ryn Chris Clay Leo Tang Andy White Richard Porter Rob Hays Lachie McDonough Pat Oughtred Matt Burns Alisdair Reeves Hamish Taylor Seb Woodard Tim Melville Will Ponsford Alex King Will Mackintosh Lindsay Gilbee Tom Hays James Halbert Callum McDonough Matthew Parisi Sam Muttdon Ben Summerfield Peter Hodges Blood Jumper (L) Maurice Clayton Blood Jumper (L) Blood Jumper (L) Xavier Gonzalez Max Morey Ed Barlow

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Paul Wintle Luke Wintle Michael Curcio Pat Kean Dan Garside Tom Garside Steve Doherty Tim Doherty Chris Richards Michael Wintle Simon Richards (C) Tom Tyquin Pat Tyquin Hayden Jeans Hiwab Shakaib Shaun Glennen Jon Kane Alex Kane James Murnane Lachlan Doyle Sam D’Andrea Addison Martin Dale Martin Jack Hellier Dean Porter Mitchell Coen Cameron Hansen Daniel Foot-Connolly Darcy Holden Chris Mangoni Dale Foley Trent Bond Blake McGrath David Teasdale Ned Fallon George Rowlands Jaryd Robertson Michael Seeber Brett Denton Nick Seeber Mark Geschke Callum Byrnes

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James McDevitt Alex Cross Tom Foster Josh Heron Cameron Antonuccio Luke Barnhoorn Nick Munday Steven Kidd Sam Nicholls Nick Seeber Nick Munday Ben Hodges Daniel Gilmour John Patounas Tim Jeans Liam Murphy Luke Porter (RC) James Morrison Peter McGettigan Damien Waters Luke Terrell Lawrence Webb Lewis Stutterd Mark Pitt Anton Vandenblink

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UNIVERSITY BLACKS

UNIVERSITY BLUES

Coach: Matthew Kempton Assistants: Matthew Ablethorpe, Paul Yeomans, Cameron Roberts Reserves Coach: Xavier Moloney

Coach: Fergus Watts Assistants: Wayne Oswald, Dan Winkel Reserves: Andrew Briggs

Adam Cook Harrie Lahy Scott Myers Andrew Willingham Huw Lacey Jake Matthews Jandre Slabbert Scott Hissey Scott Weekley (VC) Bede Mahon (C) Sam Lane Bart Mill Daniel Hunt Angus Drysdale Simon Thomas Shane MacNamara Cameron Roberts Jackson Roder Joshua Gaylor Ben Saliba Andrew Torney Broc McCauley Tom Howgate Robert Humann Isaac Anderson James Clarke Brent Sheahan Adam Pattison Nick Batten Justin Crameri Levi Kalms Andrew Jesse (VC) Clive O’Sullivan Steven Flight Jordan Foster Andrew Else Dean McKay Jake Gardiner Tyrone Bell Tom Napier Adam Pitt Nick Holt

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Simon Yule Charlie Richardson (VC) Ross Tomkins Hamish Guthrie Mitchell Aitken Mark MacGugan Tom Brennan Alex Williamson Ben Farrow Jack Heeley Simon Lewis James Bismire Tom Sharp Cameron Turner Peter Lulham Joshua Steadman Peter Lynch Jason Johnson James Champion de Crespigny Andrew Kraeft Hamish Clemons Jonathon Bunge William Van De Fliet Sam Bell Callum Lawford Matthew Witokowski Andrew Moore Scott Dadswell Quinn Rooney Mark Rees Peter O’Rourke Rodney Price Stephen Judson Roy Dunnet Casey Knight Mark Egan Chris Wood Ryan Newbold Simon Clinch Sam Burt

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Scott McGlone Jack Townley Jonno Nash Ross Wettenhall Marshall Rippon Andrew Wettenhall Tom Maddocks Jared Edwards Jeremy Mugavin Jake Toplis Ross Young Jack Wood Henry Weddell Hugo Steinfort Andrew Lowcock Peter Summers Hugh Vickers-Willis Adam Densten Matthew Torney (Capt) Tom Girdwood Tom Fairbairn James Stevenson Ben McConnell Paddy Mithen Nick Smith Tom Walsh Rich Langham Matthew Porra Dan Zambon Jason Cowland George Curnow Lachie Garrick Jack Watts Max Leishman Ben Millard Sean Carr Tom Calvert Will Cunningham Angus Nice Jack Maxwell Hayden McDonald Albert Weddall Patrick Gardiner Aaron Harris James Van de Pol Will Van de Pol Riley McMahon Dom Nixon Christian Borovac Will Hartnell Jamus Campbell David Withers Tom Foott

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Ryan Eade Daniel Carmody Dirk Heinz Henry Hanlon Tom Ruggles Marc James James McArthur Bennett Merriman John Wood Damien Barton Nathan Pope Chris Pyke Angus Smith Sam Dalton Patrick Ruggles Ed McMullin Josh Caldow Nathan Pope Rory Kennedy Danny Aukema Seamus Curran Llewyn Butler Tom Rankin Jack Heinz Ed Long Ben Watson Andy Christenson Daniel Van de Pol Brant Laidlaw Andrew Walsh Billy Girdwood James Coumans Dan Gumley Jack Kershaw Liam Scale Nick Macrae Peter Marshall David Marshall Sandon James Ben Jongebloed Louis Wardle Patrick Ferguson Jack Wood Ed Ratcliff Bernie Chomley Tom Kerr Jackson Hood Paddy Hayes Frank Mooney Jeremy McDonald Will Robinson Will McLachlan Jack Eastman

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AJAX

OLD MELBURNIANS

Coach: Leigh McQuillen Assistant: Dale Carey Reserves: Dave Lasala Assistant: Gary Blusztein Thirds: Barry Simon

Coach: Nathan Brown Assistants: Daniel Hughes, Peter Nunn Reserves: Chris Jenkins Thirds: Jack Guest

Nadav Harel Adam Caplan Jason Tendler Sam Bruce Jason Ritterman David Fayman Marcus Jankie (C) Geoff Measey Gary Blieden Warren Steinberg Ezra Poyas Jesse Kochen Jarrod White Rubin Winograd Nick Marks Josh Ludski Richie Simon Sam Chester Josh Kalmus Noah Rischin Luke Peters Ari Lewski Josh Sacks Jake Lew Ben Kalmus Josh Givoni Dean Steinberg (RC) Brad Caplan Josh Gottlieb Josh Dorevitch Jesse Osowicki Matt Kaye Jason Samuel Corey Jankie Jarryd Ludski Matt Nissen Luke Jankie Tim Freed Joel Gocs Michael Shafar Ryan White Nick Shulman

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Raph Schlesinger Stuart Fayman Alex Wollan Josh Ivanyi David Burns Yannai Lang Ash Berman Adam Spencer-Laitt Simon Roth Ash Shenker Ari Wytwornik Alon Abraham Roi Abraham Michael Breckler Ben Michowski Jordan Tonkin Michael Shmerling David Wloszczowski David Glass Danny Markov Tim Okraglik Sam Friede Eugene Routman

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Harry Macciolli James Beaumont Tom Paule (C) Tom Healey Cam Beck Chris Righetti Ed Hughes Al Armstrong Pete Kennon Andrew Prowse Tom Bachet Chris Hood John Cooper Harry Jupp Timmy Oman Nick Voyage Tom Seccull Sam Gibbons Cam May Ben McKie Charlie Cumbrae-Stewart Chris Wischer Nick De Steiger Tom Hywood Nick Amato Tim McLardy Charlie Wilmoth Jeremy Beaumont Lachie Bennett Alex Carter Ed Fanning Luke Batten Nick Daish Zach O’Neil Paul Kruger Adam Marangon Lachie Carter Matt Marangon Nick Madders Ned Morrison Al Ferguson Alex Crosby Zach Johnstone Charlie Kiel Ted De Fegely Marty McCoy Tim Bratton Ben Smith Lewis Haralambous

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Adam Armstrong James Bate Eamon McErvale Matt Demicoli Will Lewis Seb Kemmerer Will Fuller Stephen Land Morgan Cottee Cameron Tunbridge Damon Velakoulis Alex Coleridge Andrew Haralambous Tom De Fegely Sam Quennell Toby Dickson Tim Spargo Josh Rundell Tom Watson Jim De Fegely Rupert Doyle Richie Armit Andy Cameron Will Thompson Will Marshall Tom Lackman Nick Yencken Angus Clark Steve Petsinis Justin De Steiger Nat Nixon Lachie Borthwick Ted Lloyd Edward Robinson Oscar Dixon Mac Webster Guy Brayshaw Nick Molony Sammy Peacock Jon Benjamin Josh Freezer Cal Williamson Stefan Stacey Hugo Dean Charlie Clemenger Sam Dellios Matt Carlon George Johnstone

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PARKDALE VULTURES

Coach: Tim O’Shaughnessy Assistants: Ralph O’Shaughnessy, David Matthews Reserves: Andrew Strain

Coach: Sam Radford Assistants: Josh Radford, Brett Dunne, Ben Hampton Reserves: Kris Little Assistants: Tony White Thirds: Rhett Adams

1 Keegan Stewart 1R Brett Scott 2 Ben Price 3 Max Slonim 4 Aiden Clarke 5 Jordan Stewart 5R Anthony Alibrando 6 Chris Hammond 7 Tim Nixon 8 Stefan Garrubba 9 Will Edwards 10 Tim Yelland 11 Nick Edwards 12 Nick Fallu 13 Sam Wood 14 Alex Ford 15 Scott Dickson 16 Gavin Winter 17 Declan Reilly 18 Chris Axais 19 Luke Price 20 Lachlan Huntington 20R Aaron Gard 21 James Shanahan 22 Zac Parsons 23 Nick Tonkin 23R Chris Fagan 24 Chris Game 25 Jake O’Sullivan 26 Matthew McTernan 27 Louis O’Keefe 28 TJ Rothel 29 Dominic O’Keefe 30 Josh Rogers 31 Will Osborn 32 Daniel Pelchen 33 Ben Hyland 34 Lachlan Simpson 35 Andrew Spittal 36 Cody Kirby 37 Kyle Toohey 38 Luke Spinks

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Adrian Bednarek Will Kingwill Mark Liddell Anthony Garrubba Woody Eke Conor MenglerFrancis Fred Cooper Will Peart Nick Karoly Ryan Lewis Luke Matias Dylan Tobias Jack McLean Robert Handel Ben McLoughlin Sam O’Sullivan Matthew O’Connor James Cleeve James Gray Sreve Jennings Matthew Wood Jono Taylor Will Conly Peter Mayes Jake Tobias Matthew Linklater John O’Riordan William Berry Nathan Guyett Hugo Gates Damien Hay David Thom Adam Stinten James Aloni

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Matthew Boland Mitch Grant Robert Gallagher Liam Platt Anthony Lewis Matthew Hayes Michael Graham Daniel Price Brett Hampton Charlie Dillon Kris Little Michael Meyer Tim Kight Robert Swayn Josh O’Meara Claye Tobin Matthew Ryan (C) Sam L’huillier Shaun Hendricks Paul Sullivan Mark Kidner Stephen Sullivan Dean Miller Shaun Chapman Rick Hayward Lucas Thomas Daniel McCarthy Tim Boland (C) Zeke McCarthy Bryn Richards Darren Rochford Mitch Todd Jesse Balic Guy Crilley Tom Redmond Lachlan Oakley Paul Groves Sam Kelleher Chad Ryan David Robbins Reid Irvine Chris Lacey

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Robert Meade Sam Larkins Ben Hampton Andrew Thompson Mark Ferguson James Lay Dean Kelly Tom McLennan Ben Darcy Stephen Edkins Daniel Graham Rob Heaney Craig Radford Dean Lonsdale Shane Jones Jarrod Pearce

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OLD BRIGHTON

FITZROY

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

Coach: Michael Pickering Assistants: Mark Murray, Vince Silluzio, Brett Pollard, Steve Hurl Reserves: Paul Diacogiorgis

James North Jack Cannon Tom Jakobi Josh Homann Andrew Edge (CC) Jimmy Davis Michael Dewar Jordan Portelli Andrew Dewar Jon Edge Dylan Verney Jarrod Sargent Oliver Cavallaro Thomas Clarke Ben Gadsden Kieran Rawlinson Ben Jarick Charlie Kennett Tom Mentiplay Jack Beaton Tim Fogarty Niall Collins Michael Karayannis Jon Perrett (CC) Riley Cummin Ben Austen Lachie Nicholls Josh Dickerson Tom Skewes Jack Davis David Jennings Nick Marston Tom Mariani Jordan Pascoe Marshall Pascoe Harry Cannon Callum Nicholls Tom Gunning Zac Alcott Marcel Bruin Leigh Hendra David Fallon

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Daniel Anthony Lachie Anthony Tim Cooney Sam Roney Sebastian Zaia Will Priestley Andrew Ogilvie Robert Naughton Nick Paterson Chris Hardgrave Ed Wittich Will Bardoel Alex Dick Nick Materia Brendan Blatt Ben Trivett

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Rory Angiolella (C) Matt Kyroussis Ross Borland Toby Hudson Bevege Michael Cussen Chris Polidoras Jack Beech James Meakin Maxim Allen Tom Cheshire Daniel Bisetto Luke Ablett Jesse Dimond Ben Roberts Richard Willingham Tom Biscaro Alex Ricco Josh Vansittart Antony Harbor Dimitri Kynigopoulos Michael Lee Mitch McWhinney Sam Baker (C) Jack Parkinson Michael Racovalis Jack Dalton Max Oliver James McGee Marty Cook Jamie Mackay Jack Simcoe Dom Pound-Palmieri Tom Parkinson Will Johnson Cailean Moore Dylan Patcas Will Fenton James Cowan-Clark Drew Olarenshaw Lachlan Allen Matt Brown Greg Hesse

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Raphael Lloyd Jake Fraser Nick Marshall Cameron Ball Julian Turner Cheyne Evans Dan Morgan George Warton Max Ellis Phillip Carydis Joe Atkinson Alister Green Joshua Murray Gary McCarthy Austin Ley Brad Farley Sam Buckely James O’Reilly Will Pickering

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ST KEVINS

Coach: Darren Seccull Assistants: Stewart Loewe, Matt O’Sullivan Reserves: Craig Brockley Thirds: Adam Floyd

Coach: Daniel Harford Assistants: Luke Mahoney, Danny Staffieri Reserves: Kornel Dachs Assistant: Jim Jeffers Under 19 Coach: Daniel Bell Assistant: Luke Williams Premier B 3rds: Jarred O’Keefe, Peter Murray Premier C 3rds: Jarrod McMaster

Mitch Rafferty Travis Ridgway (VC) Hamish McLauchlan (C) Alex Woltering Sam Langford-Jones Luke Pinot Coombes Jack-Thomas John Nicolopoulos Sam Casey Toby Gill Tom Tyrell Nic Gooda Rory James Peter Gleadhill (C) Matthew Mitchell James Bell Andrew Mathers Mark Collins Daniel Newby Tim Lockwood Geoffrey White Jarrod Rafferty David Mackenzie Richard Mathers James Paul Jackson Heagney-Steart Nick Salvatore Laz Siapantas Michael Meehan Brendan Gillen Tim Witherow Joe Fisscher Chris Ferguson Quentin Boan Lachlan Nash Scott Ellis Jack Steen Brent Rafferty David McCormack Luke Skelton Nicholas Leonidas Patrick Hutchinson Benjamin White Hector Simpson Adam Weekes (VC)

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William McTaggert Ed Limon Johnathan Spanos Shane Walden Jaron Fisher Josh Alkemede Chris Smith Adam Schofield Brendon Mitchell Matthew Kelly Tim Hunter Mad Nord-White Michael Stowe Rilyn Mosbey Damian Gauci Craig Dowling Jarrod McLauchlan Luke Floyd Adam Floyd Jason Leonidas Jordan Toy Tristan Coles Hamish McWilliam Bryce Kellerman Brett Carson Julian Bayard Corey Millard Mark Seccull Ben Mason Adam Vitolins Ben Langford-Jones Johnathon Roberts Jason Kurta Lachlan Wyeth Luke Pitcher Travis Wyeth Shane Capron Anthony Wright Michael Lambert Brook Salmon Drew Gilby James Chiefado Kent Waring Dean Fossey Evan Francis

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Matthew Murphy Daniel Campbell Ben Dowd (C) Keith Brick Patrick Dowd Steven Salopek Charlie Ring Nick Wood Julian Staffieri Karl Wissell Joe Frazer Nick McArdle Patrick Keely Gerard Gleeson Julian Charles Jason Salopek Patrick Aughton Michael Shanahan Anthony Kirwan Thomas Steains Francis Keely Phil Edgar Tom Simpson Zac Ginies Jason Reynolds Troy McMaster Edward Ring Chris Gleeson Tom Cunningham Anthony Lynch (C) Tom Rowe Jack Weber Anthony White Pat McLennan Matthew Lattanzio Lachlan Nankervis Pana Karageorgiou Paedar Hanley Callum Matheson Tom McPherson

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Peter Murray Ricky Caldow Henry Parkes Luke Davrain James Mustey John Griffiths Nick Murphy Dylan Wissell Gerrard Holland Phil Longmore Reece Arnott Jack Murphy-Cruise Tom Crooks Pat Murphy Luke McDonnell Brendan Cooke Tim O’Rourke Liam Dunne Michael Kneebone Connor Fitzgerald Paul Di Natale James Marchesani Tim Fitzgerald Sam Schnider Michael Landers Samuel Carne Nick Marchesani Will Hartley Ben Marchesani Tim Woolfe Sean Reid Tim Fitzgerald James Syme Sam Browne Daniel Maccarone Mitch Hayward Jarrod Nash Daniel Barrett William Russell

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WERRIBEE DISTRICTS

OLD TRINITY

Coach: Kirk Norton Assistants: Dan Pelar, Mike Turner, Allan Chadwick Reserves: Stephen Fletcher Assistants: Steve Morrish

Coach: Adam Andrews Assistant: Gerard Sholly, Lucien Dean-Johns Reserves: Peter Lawrence

Ben Leonard Jameel Sargent Christopher Molivas Mitchell Chadwick Aaron Taylor Rhys Stooke Brent Turner Matthew Palmington Jim Ayling Travis Dean Brett Norton Matthew Keogh Timothy Eccles Matthew Turner Ben Morton Dan Delaney Nick Morrison Matthew Martin Bronson Paech Jesse Taylor Ryan Harrington Bol Kolang Adam Alifraco Conor Purton James Callea Mikael Purton Braddly Apps Wayne Pelar Sean Dean Mark Smith Lachlan Patterson Patrick Lake Michael Hill Matthew Dean Dillon Taylor Andrew Taylor Patrick Keogh Lucas Menegazzo Stephen Plumridge Rhyse Yassar Brett Armstrong Jack Chadwick

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Sam Manita Jonathon Burton William Swaby Timmothy Morrish Adam Duxson Robert Tierney Christopher McAlpine

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Dayne CoulsenHoffacker Kristian Butler Harry Tinney Ned Hunt Dan Chamberlain Heath Banfield Brendan Iezzi (C) Ben Howell Andrew Hore-Lacy Jack Osborn Kris Spassopoulos Luke Pacconi David Wildsmith Gabe Hamilton Cam McCasker Blake O’Neill Jack Hunt Ed Weatherson Nick Howell (VC) Chris Riggs Tim Howell Brett Barrett Andrew Ramsden Brett Robertson Will Oldfield Andrew Kyriacopoulos Matt Brown Christos Mannousakis Nick Chamberlain Callum Pohl (VC) Will Bowman Max Lane Jack Gale Tom Fogarty Sean Hanrahan Michael Cooper Jake Steinhart Simon Murphy (RVC) Peter Mescher Fergus Stewart Alex Hasiotis

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Alex Hasiotis Tom Healy Tom McQuillen Emerson Satur Ed Bowman Jed Burgess Troy Oakley Riley McDonald Jack Healy Tom Beasley Steve Lawrence Max Burgess Tim Cade Sam Stacker Stuart Cade Andrew Kinross Oscar Fairweather Henry Winter Reg Smith Callum Rae Matt Sutton Nick Meadows Richard Mason Julian Harris Alex O’Neill

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BANYULE

OLD CAMBERWELL

Coach: Craig Hayes Assistant: Jason Plant Reserve: Craig Thornton-Grimes Assistant: Stephen Quinn

Coach: Ben Robertson Assistants: Tim Cantwell, Brad Tymmons Reserves: Fraser Cameron

Hayden Dillon Zan Wenke Tim Cusack Zach Cleaver Tom Shepherd Craig Skicko Jeremy Brazzale Matt Eifernann (RVC) Matthew Holmes Michael Christian (C) Andy Edwards Kyle Shepard-Mueller Sean Driscoll Ryan Hay Jake Truefeldt Chris Taylor Shaun McKenzie Jake Rice Ryan Cleaver Ian Stokes Sebastian Green Matthew Adamczyk (RDVC) 22 Stephen Tindale 23 Luke Giles 24 Michael Italia 24R Brandon Kelly 25 David Gayfer 25R Jarrad Appleby 26 Ethan Griffiths 28 Alex Bottomley 29 Shaun O’Callaghan 31 Nicholas Biscontin 32 Mark Smith 33 Adam Barclay (DVC) 34 Rhett Masters 35 Bartholomew Walsh (DVC) 36 Beau Parthenides 37 Jack Langford 37R Jake Hooper 38 Brett Cantwell

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Andrew Hopgood Luke French (VC) Gregory Bell Josh O’Connor (RC) Tore Valvo Paul Trovato Nick Lynch Lewis Melton Dylan Haeusler Angelo Russo Heath McDonald Matthew Crema David Stokes Mark Morgan Darcy Cumberland Simon Tuckman James Bonello James Pentland Dean Nichols Dean O’Callaghan Jonathon Knape Scott Moran Nick Smith Stephen Quinn David Vangeli Luke Delaney Hills Scott Michael Stephenson Christian Buckley Michael Sacchetta Brendan Feeney Marcus Borg Marcel Pamio

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Simon Bennett Damien McGuigan Dominic La Fontaine Stephen Romanin Blake Hillier Christopher Young Samuel Riley Christopher Woodbridge Jordon Heffernan Robert Deev Matthew Powell Thomas Hudson James Robinson Alister Lloyd Scott Needham Greg Tolson Rohan Kapoor Peter Storey Tom Byrnes Jackson Eade Thomas Kanz Corey McLaughlin Alex Mackenzie Andrew Clarke Stephen Derry Trent Langdon Damian Proska Thomas Schipper Alexander Stewart Brett Cottell Lachlan McMillan Nicholas Adamson Thomas Staynor Alexander Vickery Jack Duke Ben Hart (C) Robert Campbell Declan Mitchell Stephen Warr James Way Joshua Kennedy

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Nicholas Pryde Matt Davis Nicholas Searles Brad Dean

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MONASH BLUES

NOBS / ST PATS

Coach: Hayden Stanton Assistants: Shane Paynter Reserves: Shane Chapman, Andrew Costley, Dale Murchie

Senior Coach: Richard Peoples Assistants: Peter O’Farrell, Garry Foulds Reserves Coach: Chris Dobson

Ewan Flanagan Harry Stephenson James Rosengarten Michael Davidson Andrew Young Andrew Hickey (VC) Sam Baring (C) Pat Bryce James Taylor George Smyth Tim Powell Joe Cosgriff James McKenzie Zac Ledin (VC) Tim McKenzie (VC) Gareth Taylor Tom Waters Sam Whatley Ben Amberg Jack Gallagher Andrew Costley Patrick Featonby Callum Dick Rowan Shields Chris Godsil (RC) Aaron Williams Nick Petering Matt Hunt Matt McCart Daniel Brogden Adam Jaques James Duffy David Young Luke Leviston Alex Armstrong Matt Mason Darcy Meehan Henry Drysdale Simon Chandler Alex Carr Ben Cailes Jason Henry

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Andrew Beecroft Pat Long Andre Henry Paul Tweedly Scott Wood Ryan McIvor Matt Myers Steve Zarifopolous Scott Robson Jared Samuels Hayden Devanny James Cossins Matthew Stewart Rhys Waller Bill Geary Earl Ree-Goodings

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Josh Cassell Matthew Firman Chris Ford Scott Sleep Brad Holland Todd Patterson Jarryd Browne Matthew Keown Peter Shepherd Chris Le Maitre Alec Fotheringham Jeremy Nettlefold Sam Toose Sam Withers Peter Ryan Tim Brady James Murfett James Lamb Nicholas Thomas Chris Horsley Lachlan Ezard Michael O’Donoghue Ryan Benoit Sam Playfair Dean Beaumont Thomas Gellert James Mirtschin Tom Murfett Chris Hosking Matthew Gillett Chris Dobson Christian Ryan Jack Hume Danny King Hugh Bismire Daniel Tonkin Todd Cleary Jason Sherriff Tim McCullagh Dwayne Delmenico James Hall Mark Dunlop Daniel Vering

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Jye Childs James Hall Johnny Caldow Patrick Kelly James Grinter Edward Grinter Gabriel Williams Alastar Dugdale Daniel O’Donoghue Alex Martin Lachlan McCann Mitch Piazza Luke Dudley Chris Ead Matthew Walkerden Derek MacDonald Alex Dyson Matthew Rawlings Josh Hunter Tim Stevens Jock Laidlaw Sam Caruso Ben Kutcher Adam Oakley Jackson Tennant Tom Saker Michael Rapa David Sagnelli

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OAKLEIGH

MARCELLIN

Coach: Mick Holden, Jon Rutter Assistants: Trevor Bromley Reserves: Leigh Webster

Coach: Greg Fremantle Assistants: Cameron Crowley, Graham Anderson Reserves: Tim Money Thirds: Tom Money

Steve Scott Tim Scott Dermot Cleary (C) Chris Hogan Kieran Hogan Anthony Ashworth Tom Lowden Will Manning Gary Bennett David Counihan Damien Britt Ben Hogan Josh Revere Pat Disiervi (VC) Pat Ioannidis Steve Buchanan Aisea Valentini James Chapple Jim Hunt (DVC) Stephen Tolongs Jake Pappon Chris Lavery Jack Hind Tom Golik Kevin Holden Michael Bentham Lee Barrand Baden Wass Rob Holden Peter Holden Trevor Bromley Tom Costigan Nick Seel Zac Thiessens Gerard Roney Nathan Monaghan Aaron Cloke Matt Wass Aaron Binns Aaron Shaw Simon Way Jason Olson

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Coach: Travis Ronaldson Assistants: Daniel Weller Reserves: Darren Toll

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

Rhy Gieschen Luke Lochran Nick Gieschen Sam Gielings (VC) Adrian DelMonte Stuart Low Jake McKeon Paul Spurling Chris Sutherland (VC) Brett Nagel Nick Butler Alex Vella Ricky Jessop Chris Johnson Kobe Trajanovski Brad Flintoff Zac Keane Michael Mitris Daniel Steele Jake Trajanovski Bernie McDowell James Moio Iza Dawkins Ritchie Butler (RVC) Evan Byrne Brandt Harrison Hayden Heta (C) Dean Heta Andrew Paine (RC) Brandon Lee Christian Gianfagna Aaron Smith Stephen Ward Richard Skok Robert Hondromatidis Sam Wilcox Adam Baldwin Simon Paton Arthur Solomidis Michael Basckos Chanz Crowley Jordon O’Neill (RVC) Robert Glavas Scott Day Shaun Stewart Tyson Hill Craig Nichol Gareth Fowler Philip Dinakis Mitchell Bodycoat

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Nicholas Lewton Mick Chamberlain Dave Hansen Tim Bourbon (C) Dave Chamberlain Rob Mann Francis Reed Ree Thomas Josh Cowan Ben Chamberlain Cameron Smith Paul Iacovangelo Heath Black Ben Phibbs Michael Johnson Nick Thomas Tom Chambers Byron Bonner Sam Jones Nick Gentile Stuart Inglis Gavin Joachim Steve Oldman Ryan Kaye Jace Kelly Gus Patti Louis Grecco Tom Bailey Stephen Welsford Arron Homes John Paul Mailetzis Ben Woods Jamie Cetraro Steve Balloch Dave Regan Dan Mc Lean Nathan Mc Lean Tav Vallance Luke Grecco Dale Grant Michael Adam Luke Hawkins

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Coach: Trent Cummings Assistant: Brendan Payne

Coach: Brett McIlwraith Assistant Coach: Neil Kent, Stu Nelmes, Steve Parsons, Eiv Bowen Reserves: Adam Crean

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

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CLUB WAREHOUSE RISING STAR 2013 MATT TURNER - WERRIBEE Matt has played all his football with Werribee FC, commencing in the U/9s progressing to the Seniors. Matt captained the U18s side, going on to win two consecutive B&Fs in the U18s before playing in the U19s. He set about training for the next step in his footy by completing a pre-season with the senior team whilst hitting the gym 5 days a week. The senior coach Kirk Norton was impressed with his attitude and commitment. A few seasons ago, Matt was selected to represent the VAFA in the U18 side in New Zealand playing in the winning team against the New Zealand U20s. Matt’s first year of senior football has seen him become an integral member of the Tigers midfield and forward lines. He has put himself through many hard days in the gym to impress for his first year of senior football where all at Werribee hopes he continues to improve. * to be eligible for the club Warehouse Rising Star, a player must be born no earlier than 1992 and playing his first full season of senior football.

VAFA ELASTOPLAST TRAINER OF THE WEEK JULIA CAPLAN - AJAX Julia Caplan first started at Ajax as a 15 year old running the boundary for the reserves. From there she showed an interest in being around the players change room to assist the physios for the seniors on game day. In seeing Julia’s interest in liniment and limbs she was approached in 2009 and asked if she would like to help out as a junior assistant to the trainers for the coming season. Julia showed a genuine interest to be involved and the rest is now history. Now 5 years later, in season 2013 Julia finds herself as one of the most experienced, reliable and much adored at the club. She is a 2nd year student studying occupational therapy at Latrobe University and has also done 3 months voluntary work assisting as a paramedic overseas. AJAX is very fortunate to have a wonderful young lady like Julia assisting our medical team.

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5 YEARS AGO – 2008 The top three in D2 Section looked settled but fourth position was wide open and Old Westbourne ‘stated their case’with a resounding win over St Mary’s/Salesians 27.15 to 7.10. It was an impressive performance by Westbourne who opened with a 9.5 to zero first quarter. Williamstown CYMS (undefeated) had to work really hard in the match of the day in D3 Section against Eltham Old Collegians (third), especially when Eltham had scored 5.7 to 0.2 at quarter time. The wind clearly had a big effect as Williamstown scored 6.2 to nothing in the second quarter. Williamstown’s ability kept them in front at siren time 12.12 to 9.12. Leigh Murphy who joined Elsternwick as a 16 year old, played his 300th game for the Wicks.

10 YEARS AGO – 2003 In B Section Mazenod Old Collegians dealt a blow to Old Paradians’ by winning 19.12 to 16.15 and OP’s 3.8 in the first quarter was very costly. The loss cost Paradians a place in the top four and Mazenod were now challenging for a spot themselves. In C Section, Beaumaris and Caulfield Grammarians met and competed for the Ken Criswick Cup, a former VAFA Board member. Caulfield kicked away early but Beauy were in front by half time in a contested match. In the final quarter, The Sharks drew away to win 12.10 to 10.12 and retained the top position on the ladder. The following Victorian players were selected in the AAFC Team of the Year: Murray Pitts, Danny Byrne, Carl Steinfort, Paul Corrigan, John Stevens, Luke Hawkins, Tim Harvey, Laz Siapantis, Andrew Ramsden, Ben Jordan, Lincoln Reynolds, Tim Occleshaw and Matthew Dennis. 20 YEARS AGO – 1993 In F1 Section, one of the two leading teams, St Johns, really had their work cut out against West Brunswick. The Westies led in the first half with determined footy and were in it right up until the final bell before the determination of the St Johns boys managed to get them over the line by 6 points, 13.14 to 13.8. In F2 Section, ladders leaders Yarra Valley Old Boys were too strong for VUT/FIT 19.20 to 11.12. VAFA Umpires’ Association Advisor, Brian (Benny) Goodman explained the value of the ‘Rotation 42

System’ that had been introduced mainly to ensure that experienced umpires could not only be spread throughout the sections but could be aligned to an inexperienced umpire, a worthwhile system. Uni Blacks announced their pride acknowledging Gary Wines’ 250th game.

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30 YEARS AGO – 1983 In A Section Uni Blues dispensed with one of their challengers for top spot, De La Salle, in the match of the day. In a terrific first quarter both teams played attacking football and it was 5.2 to 5.1 in De La’s favour. The Blues snuck ahead in the second quarter to lead by 2 goals at half time. The Blues continued to hold the upper hand in the second half to win 15.12 to 13.9. In B Section, Alphington held on to their top four position with a win over St Bernards, 15.19 to 10.12. The VAFA combined team was too strong for the South Australians in Adelaide and Nick Byrnes’ high marking was a feature of the match. Byrne was well supported by Peter Brown, Gus Carroll and Mick Deveson who formed an attacking half back line while Peter Curtain, Chris Stone, Mick Jennings and John Twomey were other good Victorian players. Laurie Aghan and his coaching support staff, Shane Maguire and Michael Bates, were to be congratulated for getting the best out of their team 15.14 to 9.12. 40 YEARS AGO – 1973 In A Section, St Bernards did not have a very good percentage (113) but knew how to win and did it again with a narrow victory over Coburg, 10.8 to 9.8. St Bernards were now a game clear in second place while Coburg dropped to fifth. Coburg had led for most of the day but St Bernards’ fighting spirit came through in the final quarter. Uni Blacks took Old Carey’s place in the B Section top four by winning convincingly 22.16 to 14.9 after a fairly even first half. 50 YEARS AGO – 1963 Uni Blues (6th) established an early lead over Ormond (4th) and held on to win by 18 points. Old Geelong scored their first 4 points for the season by kicking a goal in the dying seconds of the game against Old Brighton but it was only a draw – 2 premiership points being better than nothing! THE AMATEUR FOOTBALLER 2013


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U19 Premier with Olivia Crowe

What could have been? If Beaumaris’ goal kicking could have been more accurate against Old Melburnians on their home turf? The inaccurate Sharks kicking display cost them their second victory for the season. Matthew Panton was a star for Old Melburnians kicking six and Lucas Kelly best for the Sharks. St Bedes/ Mentone Tigers led by Braydon O’Toole with four, took full advantage of their match against bottom side Old Brighton with a 167 point victory. Joesph Longbottom was best for Old Brighton who will hopefully get a few victories before season’s

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end. It was a close encounter at Crawford Oval between University Blues and Old Scotch, only a kick separating the sides at the final siren, the home side on the winners list. George Curnow continued his dominance up forward with six for the victors. A similar outcome occurred between St Bernard’s and St Kevin’s. It was neck and neck all day until the home side was able to secure a one goal victory. Old Xavs continued on their winning ways with a 20 point victory against De La Salle who have slowly showed some improvement over the last few weeks. We are half way and the race for a finals berth is now on.

U19 Section 2 with Lewis Emmerson

Fitzroy produced yet another solid performance in their 54-point victory over Mazenod. Fitzroy’s Joseph Hill returned to snag 8 after his one game stint in the senior’s last round. Robert McCarthy fought valiantly, kicking 3 for Mazenod. Old Carey and Collegians played out the closest game this round with the latter getting up by 14 points. Collegians Sam Hibbins bagged 4 to get his side over the line while Brodie Easton was important for Old Carey. The lead swung all day in the clash between Parkdale Vultures and

Caulfield Grammarians. In the end, Parkdale ran away 27-points winners. Luke Morgan, in his comeback game after an injury suffered in the senior side, oozed class for the Vultures. Caulfield’s Thomas Jordan was best afield, kicking 2 goals of his own. Old Trinity kicked away in the last against University Blacks to maintain second place. Trinity’s Max Tomkinson proved an integral cog while Sam Sher continued his fantastic form for the Blacks. Werribee notched up a 47-point victory over Marcellin. Werribee’s Dane Thomas bobbed up for his best game this season with 5 goals. James Baxter produced a best on performance for Marcellin.

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Under the glare of Friday night lights at Ruthven Reserve, Northern Blues comfortably warded off another challenger to their title. This time it was the Williamstown boys who went home with their tails between their legs. Competitive for the first three quarters, the CYs were outclassed in the last, as the Blues piled six unanswered goals. It was a powerful performance, and one which left no doubt as to who is the team to beat. The challengers’ battle is on in earnest. Old Xaverians flexed their muscles, ruthlessly disposing of Old Geelong at Como Park. In fairness, 44

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the Oggers’ numbers were hampered by injuries and the indisposed; but Xavs took no pity on their hosts, eventually running out 109-point victors. The amazing resurgence of Whitefriars continues, with AJAX becoming the fifth team in succession to fall victim to the men from Donvale. 1-3 after four rounds, the Friars are now in the four and having a serious crack at the double-chance. After two losses, Old Camberwell returned to the winners’ circle at the expense of PEGS. With the scores all tied up at the main break, the Wellers put on a classy 11-goal second-half to move back into second place on the ladder. THE AMATEUR FOOTBALLER 2013


U19 North with Nick Duxson @nicholasjduxson

St Mary’s proved themselves flag favourites with a final term comeback and two-point win over St Bernards. Scores were locked at quarter and half time, before the Snowdogs kicked out to a 10-point lead at the final change. Sutherland and Curtin starred for the Saints, with Tormey and Hedley St Bernards’ best. On a muddy La Trobe University Oval, Therry Penola dominated the opening half before staving off a strong comeback from the home side to remain in 2nd. Tatlock and Butson starred and O’Sullivan-Plaza kicked five

goals in the Lions’ 14-point win, while Anderson and Rae impressed for the Uni boys. With big wins, Ivanhoe and Old Ivanhoe furthered their ambitions for finals action, while Westbourne kept their slim chances alive. Stephens kicked six as the Warriors thumped Old Paradians by 80 points, with Stiles and Iannacone also among best players. Bounas (6), Matheson (5) and Valkanis (4) kept the scorers working overtime as Old Ivanhoe had 64 scoring shots to six and thrashed the Unicorns by 163 points. The Magpies thrashed Old Haileybury by 15 goals, with Blackmore-Moore booting six.

U19 South with Nick Duxson @nicholasjduxson

This week looms as a major point in the Under 19 South season, with eight clubs still vying for a finals spot. De La Salle will be looking to respond from a loss to fellow top four side St Bedes/Mentone when they face Oakleigh on the road. The Krushers are coming off a 52-point win over Monash, where Pearce-Thomas kicked six. The Blues have the opportunity to close the gap on Beaumaris, with four points separating 7th and 5th. The Sharks had a field day on Saturday, smashing Hampton by 17 goals – Cox and Crimmins both with four majors. Peninsula will meet the Rovers, after an 11th hour ground UNDER 19 Premier (YEARS TOTAL 34 / 76%) Old Brighton v Old Scotch Old Melburnians v Old Xaverians St Bedes/Mentone Tigers v Beaumaris St Bernard’s v De La Salle St Kevin’s v University Blues

change thanks to Parkdale alloweing their game to go ahead – the Pirates recording a 61-point win. Fletcher kicked four, with Stock best on ground. The Vultures are still after a win, but will have their work cut out against the 2nd placed OMs. The Mentonians are fresh off a six-goal win over Ormond, with Rossi and Harrison both finding four goals. Finally, the ‘Monders and the Tigers will clash at Brindisi St Oval, with Schubert fresh off five goals for St Bedes Mentone and Ormond desperately needing a win to remain in contention.

UNDER 19 North (YEARS TOTAL 31 / 78%) Old Paradians V La Trobe Therry Penola V Ivanhoe St Mary's Salesian V Old Ivanhoe St Bernard’s V Old Haileybury Old Westbourne V MHSOB

UNDER 19 Section 2 (YEARS TOTAL 30 / 67%) Fitzroy v Old Carey Werribee v Old Trinity Mazenod v Caulfield Grammarians University Blacks v Marcellin Parkdale Vultures v Collegians UNDER 19 Section 3 (YEARS TOTAL 26 / 65%) Old Geelong v Northern Blues Williamstown CYMS v PEGS Whitefriars v Old Xaverians AJAX v Old Camberwell

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UNDER 19 South (YEARS TOTAL 28 / 62%) Monash Blues V Beaumaris Oakleigh V De La Salle St Bedes Mentone V Ormond Parkdale V Old Mentonians Hampton V Peninsula

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RESULTS UNDER 19 PREMIER Old Melburnians 3.0, 7.3, 13.5, 13.8 (86) Beaumaris 0.4, 2.8, 7.8, 9.14 (68) GOALS, Old Melburnians: M. Panton 6, S. Watson 3, R. Wood-Freeman 1, P. Feaver 1, R. Varma 1, N. Bennison 1 Beaumaris: M. Zagni 2, A. Smout 2, S. Chamberlain 2, D. Johns 1, B. Hudson 1, J. Pemberton 1 BEST, Old Melburnians: M. Panton, S. Watson, O. Hosking, J. Kelly, W. Leveni, R. Hayward Beaumaris: L. Kelly, L. Edmondson, A. Watson, R. Pierce, A. Smout, D. Johns Old Xaverians 3.4, 4.6, 6.12, 11.14 (80) De La Salle 0.0, 2.6, 2.9, 8.12 (60) GOALS, Old Xaverians: H. Healey 2, T. Beaton2, T. Williams 2, H. Lachal 2, C. Stratford 1, J. Forrest 1, J. Skene 1 De La Salle: J. O’Sullivan 2, A. Wheatley 2, H. Ramsay 1, L. Wood 1, W. Kanz 1, S. Gotch 1 BEST, Old Xaverians: J. Skene, L. Barry, H. Batten, C. Margin, D. Nash, D. Prowse De La Salle: J. Gava, W. Kanz, M. Harvey, S. McGraw, L. Wood, J. O’Sullivan St Bedes / Mentone Tigers 2.9, 9.13,17.19, 26.22 (178) Old Brighton 1.2, 1.2, 1.3, 1.5 (11) GOALS, St Bedes / Mentone Tigers: J. Bower 4, B. O’Toole 4, M. Hoy 4, J. Beckwith 3, A. Cross 2, J. Dalzotto 2, L. Hard 2, K. Cafun 1, T. Jeans 1, F. Neaves 1, C. Antonuccio 1, J. Symons 1 Old Brighton: M. Powell 1 BEST, St Bedes / Mentone Tigers: J. Beckwith, M. Caia, B. O’Toole, C. McCready, J. Vawdrey, B. Nicoll Old Brighton: J. Longbottom, D. Robinson, J. Oxlade, M. Bade, C. Currie, J. Knight St Bernards 2.4, 3.6, 4.7, 5.10 (40) St Kevins 0.1, 3.4, 4.6, 4.10 (34) GOALS, St Bernards: T. Russell 1, C. Peart 1, A. Boyse 1, M. Hannan 1, J. Shine 1 St Kevins: M. Dolan 3, N. Armato 1 BEST, St Bernards: J. Fraser, A. Boyse, J. Ayres, K. O’Connor, N. Burgin, M. Peart St Kevins: C. Ross, J. Dimattina, J. Paull, T. Soultanakis, L. Sabato, M. Dolan University Blues 3.2, 7.6, 9.11, 13.14 (92) Old Scotch 3.11, 7.11, 10.14, 12.14 (86) GOALS, University Blues: G. Curnow 6, F. Angove 2, T. Burn-Francis 1, G. McFarlane 1, A. Schipp 1, T. Welleman 1, T. Blakey 1 Old Scotch: J. Nikolovski 4, J. Clarke 4, N. Walmsley 1, J. McIntosh 1, J. Daggian 1, L. Parisi 1 BEST, University Blues: G. Curnow, T. Lanyon, T. Blakey, M. Peart, S. Nixon, F. Angove Old Scotch: J. McIntosh, D. Mackenzie, J. Daggian, M. Wills, E. Spence, L. Parisi

UNDER 19 SECTION 2 Parkdale Vultures 2.0, 9.1, 10.4, 16.6 (102) Caulfield Grammarians 3.4, 5.8, 10.12, 10.15 (75) GOALS, Parkdale Vultures: C. Peele 3, T. Larter 3, M. Dickie 2, C. Welch 2, N. Ng 2, A. Taylor-Hirst 2, W. McGOWAN 1, J. Edwards 1 Caulfield Grammarians: L. Kellock 2, J. Small 2, T. Jordan 2, J. Stone 1, C. Vince 1, L. Bourke 1, J. Steiger 1 BEST, Parkdale Vultures: J. Edwards, K. Bode, C. Welch, L. Morgan, T. Larter, C. Stielow Caulfield Grammarians: T. Jordan, C. Vince, T. Stewart, L. Palmer, L. Bourke, L. Holmes Werribee 4.1, 8.2, 12.5, 15.7 (97) Marcellin 1.2, 2.4, 4.6, 7.8 (50) GOALS, Werribee: D. Thomas 5, M. Secoulidis 4, Z. Wilson 1, J. Lawson 1, L. Gibbs 1, M. Despott 1, A. Knezevic 1, B. Monk 1 Marcellin: P. Chard 2, J. Antypas 2, J. Bettello 1, T. Manthos 1, J. Edwards 1 BEST, Werribee: M. Brown, D. Thomas, M. Despott, M. Smith, J. Lawson, Z. Wilson Marcellin: J. Baxter, B. Pearce, J. Sammut, J. Edwards, T. Butler, J. Bettello Fitzroy 3.5, 6.6, 9.7, 14.9 (93) Mazenod 1.1, 3.3, 6.3, 6.3 (39) GOALS, Fitzroy: J. Hill 8, R. Paul 2, H. Simcoe 2, A. Tregillis 1, D. Leech 1 Mazenod: R. McCarthy 3, P. Cincotta 2, M. Harris 1 BEST, Fitzroy: J. Hill, D. Leech, L. Baker, E. Bryan, M. Matters, A. Tregillis Mazenod: R. McCarthy, J. Dietzel, M. Penacchia, T. McDonald, M. Aprite, J. Walton

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Collegians 6.1, 8.4, 11.6, 13.12 (90) Old Carey 2.3, 4.5, 8.7, 11.10 (76) GOALS, Collegians: S. Hibbins 4, F. Huntington 1, J. Diplaris 1, S. Hynes 1, J. Dunn 1, T. Phillips 1, W. Pocknee 1, A. Toohey 1, M. Dockery 1, J. Hocking 1 Old Carey: M. Patroni 2, S. Cambridge 2, F. Cator 2, M. Cushen 2, L. Andrianakis 1, D. O’Connell 1, B. Easton 1 BEST, Collegians: J. Hocking, M. Yates, M. Schure, J. Kyroussis, C. Regan, S. Hynes Old Carey: L. Andrianakis, B. Easton, C. Virgona, F. Cator, M. Patroni, H. Maxwell Old Trinity 1.2, 5.3, 7.3, 11.5 (71) University Blacks 1.1, 1.5, 5.8, 5.9 (39) GOALS, Old Trinity: M. Tomkinson 3, W. Cooper 2, H. Boyle 2, A. Heuston 1, H. Aikman 1, M. France 1, T. Mitchell 1 University Blacks: T. Martin 1, C. Dickson 1, M. Gibney 1, N. Cregan 1, C. Rose 1 BEST, Old Trinity: H. Aikman, S. Emerson, C. Hargreaves, M. Brown, M. Tomkinson, C. Manoussakis University Blacks: S. Sher, M. Gibney, J. McKenzie, H. Ukich, J. Foley, W. Davey

UNDER 19 SECTION 3 Northern Blues 3.5, 7.8, 9.10, 15.16 (106) Williamstown CYMS 2.1, 4.6, 5.9, 5.11 (41) GOALS, Northern Blues: D. Delle-Vergini 3, M. Hammoud 2, P. Sansonetti 2, J. King 2, R. Jepson 2, D. Marcon 1, L. Holmes 1, M. Cigagna 1, T. Hughes 1 Williamstown CYMS: M. Knight 1, M. Christakakis 1, B. Deller 1, M. Morris 1, R. Joy 1 BEST, Northern Blues: (not supplied) Williamstown CYMS: A. Oates, B. Callan, N. Bratby, S. Reichenvater-Beasley, R. Jansen, J. Costello Old Camberwell 2.7, 2.11, 9.18, 13.24 (102) PEGS 1.0, 3.5, 3.8, 7.10 (52) GOALS, Old Camberwell: L. Campbell 4, M. Todd 3, M. Van de Garde 2, M. Troy 2, M. Jenkin 1, H. Crothers 1 PEGS: L. Sutawan 4, J. Williams 1, J. Williams 1, T. Naidoo 1 BEST, Old Camberwell: L. Campbell, A. Taverner, S. Boyce, M. Vogel, W. McDonald, M. Troy PEGS: J. Williams, H. Federico, M. Miller, L. Sutawan, J. Williams, J. Consiglio Old Xaverians 6.7, 9.12,11.18, 17.22 (124) Old Geelong 0.1, 0.3, 1.3, 2.3 (15) GOALS, Old Xaverians: O. Keogh 4, S. Grigg 3, W. McClusky 2, J. Donohoe 1, J. Silk 1, M. Smith 1, H. Cookesley 1, L. Donoghue 1, A. Cannon 1, L. Dipierdomenico 1, L. Bosnar 1 Old Geelong: W. Holmes 2 BEST, Old Xaverians: M. Owen, S. Grigg, T. Fenton , M. Smith, J. Kaldawi, W. McClusky Old Geelong: W. Holmes, B. Keys, C. McCahey, T. Wigan, J. Mann, W. Evans Whitefriars 5.2, 9.5, 12.9, 16.11 (107) AJAX 3.1, 5.5, 7.7, 8.11 (59) GOALS, Whitefriars: C. Hickey 4, J. Spencer 3, T. Baker 3, S. Currie 2, M. Malt 1, T. Petts 1, N. Hee 1, D. Nilsson 1 AJAX: O. Hoffman 4, B. Schwartz 1, A. Lerner 1, B. Joel 1, D. Cohen 1 BEST, Whitefriars: M. Malt, T. Baker, S. Currie, G. Ibbott, A. Giuliano, N. Hee AJAX: O. Hoffman, S. Lustig, D. Rothschild, D. Cohen, J. Kalmus, B. Joel

UNDER 19 NORTH Therry Penola 2.2, 6.4, 10.6, 10.8 (68) La Trobe University 0.3, 2.3, 6.5, 8.6 (54) GOALS, Therry Penola: S. O’Sullivan-Plaza 5, G. Di Ciero 2, J. Gough 1, S. Rees 1, C. Skapetis 1 La Trobe University: S. Neville 2, S. Conheady 2, T. Toohey 2, E. Buffon 1, J. Roberts 1 BEST, Therry Penola: S. Tatlock, J. Butson, M. Jacobson, G. Mott, S. O’Sullivan-Plaza, C. Skapetis La Trobe University: B. Anderson, A. Rae, J. Lasslett, J. Roberts, T. Toohey, J. Croxford St Mary’s Salesian 2.2, 4.4, 4.5, 7.7 (49) St Bernards 2.2, 4.4, 5.9, 6.11 (47) GOALS, St Mary’s Salesian: J. Sutherland 2, L. Holmes 2, M. Curtin 1, D. Gook 1, M. Howard 1 St Bernards: D. Tannenberg 2, Y. Abdul-Wahed 2, J. Notaro 1, C. Tormey 1 BEST, St Mary’s Salesian: J. Sutherland, M. Curtin, D. Schipper, K. Buchanan, M. Howard, N. Ludwig St Bernards: C. Tormey, J. Hedley, J. Riley, L. McIntyre, D. Moloney, S. O’Keeffe Ivanhoe 7.6,10.13,14.20, 19.26 (140)

Old Haileybury 0.2, 2.5, 2.5, 4.5 (29) GOALS, Ivanhoe: K. Blackmore-Moore 6, M. Post 2, E. Robinson 2, B. Zagontinos 2, D. Craig-Darroch 1, D. Jones 1, B. Grigg 1, J. Harbottle 1, S. Bettiol 1, N. Ring 1, D. Ioannou 1 Old Haileybury: S. Nicholls 2, S. Tiv 1, D. Siapkas 1 BEST, Ivanhoe: S. Nix, D. Jones, E. Robinson, B. Grigg, D. Ioannou, C. Bath Old Haileybury: B. Traeger-Haig, J. White, N. Jackson, J. Conte, S. Somers, S. Nicholls Old Ivanhoe 6.8,13.22,22.36, 25.39 (189) MHSOB 1.0, 1.0, 2.0, 4.2 (26) GOALS, Old Ivanhoe: J. Bounas 6, C. Matheson 5, N. Valkanis 4, S. Wilcox 2, L. Oliver 2, B. Carpinteri 2, M. White 1, M. La Selva 1, M. Kirwan 1, J. Apostolopoulos 1 MHSOB: J. Ah-kan 2, S. Shearer 1, S. Ball 1 BEST, Old Ivanhoe: N. Valkanis, C. Matheson, S. Wilcox, R. Eckersley, M. Pierce, L. Oliver MHSOB: S. Shearer, P. Niklas, A. Sgardelis, M. Dogliotti, J. Ah-kan , B. Steiner Old Westbourne 5.4, 7.8,11.12, 13.17 (95) Old Paradians 0.1, 1.1, 1.2, 2.3 (15) GOALS, Old Westbourne: J. Stephens 6, H. Iannacone 3, H. Tunnicliffe 1, R. Draghiciu 1, D. Bean 1, T. Stiles 1 Old Paradians: S. Di Placido 1, J. Allcock 1 BEST, Old Westbourne: T. Stiles, J. Stephens, H. Iannacone, H. Tunnicliffe, A. King, M. Accetta Old Paradians: M. Nolan, W. Gilmore, S. Money, C. Gibbons, N. Fraser, L. Hirriart

UNDER 19 SOUTH Oakleigh 2.3, 3.7, 6.14, 12.21 (93) Monash Blues 2.1, 3.2, 4.4, 6.5 (41) GOALS, Oakleigh: Z. Pearce-Thomas 6, J. Davidson 1, A. Mase 1, A. Seremelis 1, C. Pinney 1, J. Lever 1, J. Benoiton 1 Monash Blues: D. Esdaile 4, C. Oppy 1, T. Berenyi 1 BEST, Oakleigh: M. Tate, Z. Pearce-Thomas, T. Minchin, A. Deneys, J. Davidson, A. Seremelis Monash Blues: D. Esdaile, A. McCashney, J. Carr, L. Hammond, H. Davies, C. Prendergast Beaumaris 8.0, 13.4, 17.7, 22.11 (143) Hampto n Rovers 2.2, 3.5, 4.5, 5.8 (38) GOALS, Beaumaris: L. Cox 4, B. Crimmins 4, K. McDonagh 3, J. Carcassi 2, D. Ballard 2, J. Bloomer 2, N. Moffett 2, A. Pearson 1, A. Tanzimat 1, A. Hardeman 1 Hampton Rovers: J. Sainty 2, S. Care 1, T. Hickox 1, J. Campion 1 BEST, Beaumaris: L. Cox, A. Hardeman, M. Ramanathan, B. Crimmins, J. Smith, K. McDonagh Hampton Rovers: J. Pavlou, T. Hickox, T. Jones, J. Zaina, J. Campion, J. Emmins St Bedes / Mentone Tigers 5.2,9.5, 14.7, 16.9 (105) De La Salle 1.2, 5.3, 7.5, 10.7 (67) GOALS, St Bedes / Mentone Tigers: B. Schubert 5, J. Young 3, M. O’Connor 3, S. Lay 2, T. Chesters 1, L. Heywood 1, C. Michaud 1 De La Salle: J. Hanley 3, D. Anastasio 2, T. Fisher 1, H. Curtis 1, M. Hogan 1, D. Craig 1, J. Dennehy 1 BEST, St Bedes / Mentone Tigers: J. Pollard, B. Schubert, M. O’Connor, J. Young, C. Kinsey, M. Powell De La Salle: D. Craig, D. Cowan, J. Hanley, A. Munday, H. Curtis, D. Anastasio Peninsula 4.3, 7.8, 9.15, 13.18 (96) Parkdale Vultures 0.0, 1.2, 4.2, 5.5 (35) GOALS, Peninsula: G. Fletcher 4, J. Langdon 2, L. Newton 2, A. Stock 1, J. Watts 1, T. Humphries 1, A. Treherne 1 Parkdale Vultures: J. Andrews 2, J. Hollingsworth 1, B. Austin 1, J. Whelan 1 BEST, Peninsula: A. Stock, G. Fletcher, J. Lowther, N. Baron, J. Watts Parkdale Vultures: J. Hollingsworth, L. Jenkins, J. Whelan, M. Donald, G. Billings Old Mentonians 6.3, 10.4, 15.7, 19.14 (128) Ormond 5.1, 8.5, 11.9, 13.9 (87) GOALS, Old Mentonians: B. Rossi 4, J. Harrison 4, N. Huttley 3, L. Owen 2, C. Fryer 1, J. McNeill 1, D. Oliver 1, T. Wilton 1, A. Mok 1, J. Ahdore 1 Ormond: D. Gregg-Mantle 2, E. Smith 2, S. Holten 1, N. Curwood 1, K. Allen 1, W. Sayce 1, N. Topakas 1, C. Hecker 1, J. Meeking 1, L. Adlington 1, M. Csote 1 BEST, Old Mentonians: B. Chapman, J. Harrison, J. Paul, C. Minton, W. Carvill, C. Johnstone Ormond: D. Gregg-Mantle, N. Houghton, E. Scanlan, W. Sayce, S. Holten

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De La Salle

Old Xaverians

St Bernard’s

St Bedes/Mentone Tigers

Coach: Simon Brown Assistants: Anthony Hale

Coach: Joe Rush Assistants: Tom McClusky, Martin Rush

Coach: Rocky Iannello Assistants: Serge Ramano

Coach: Steve D’Andrea

James Howard Charlie Haley Harry Zaia Ollie Purton-Smith William Kanz Sefton McGraw Liam Feather Tim Shallue Luke Gogis Matthew Hogan Adrian Indovino Pat Hatch Liam Wood Matthew Harvey Xavier Leonard Jack Gava Darcy Craig Pat Arceri Jordan Bull Matthew Dumbleton Nicholas Halliday Joey Cox Sam Harrington Kobi Wallis Hamish Ramsey Joel Mattiske Jack Hanley Joel Stewart Dominic Spicer Ashley Munday Daniel Anastasio Hamish Curtis Aaron Hay Damon Grant

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Johnathon Close Henry Cookesley Harry Lachal Sam Forrest Denis Symeopoulos Harrison Sleeman Samuel Grigg Ben Lyon Daniel Prowse Harry Batten David Nash Fraser Lane Jarryd Skene Luke Barry Charles Stratford Michael Henderson Nick Ferrari Marcus Smith Harry Healey Xavier Jeans James Forrest Michael Cain Anthony Ongarello John Donohoe James Breust Hugh Davies Daniel Hachem Chris Margin James Midgley Nicholas Prowse Oscar Silk Matthew Sitch Grant Valles

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Keiran O’Connor Taylor Bisognano Michael Sulzberger Patrick Romano Ned McAllister James Riley Michael Caven Marcus DeLeur Alec Goodson Tom Russell Jacob Shine Nick Bergun Jack Holland Adam Bevanda Jack Fraser Jake Notaro Alex Boyse Mitchell Hughes Sam Woods Daniel Carey Lachlan Jowett Michael Hughes Matt Scarpino Darren Colaco Matt Dickson Zachary O’Halloran Wil Considine Jack Fenner Thomas Madden Mitchell Cobby Liam McIntyre Michael Dillon Tom Saundry Chris Peart Stefan Piantella Dayne Tannenberg Liam Whelan Seamus Whelan Jake Wright Curtis Riley Matt Peart Claude Issa

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Michael O’Connor Brenton Schubert Corey Michaud Alex Cross Alex Whelebone Matthew Caia Jack Pollard Ben Nicoll James Symons Charles Kinsey James Dalzotto Taylor Gogerley Juy Capp Fin Neaves Morgan Hampton Brayden O’Toole Tom Dwyer Daniel Maloney Mitchell Kent Jordan Pastura Ben Wighton Jack Beckwith Tim Jeans Cameron Antunicco Jamie Popaz Tom McMahon Liam Hard Steven Lay Trent Pastura Declan Hampton Pat Hurst Jordan Bichsel Aaron Hodges Jack Bower Matt Hoy Jack O’Kearney Chris McCready David Goodchild William Lawrence Kiean Harbis Matthew Powell Kerwin Cafun Tom Chesters

Old Melburnians Coach: James Ray Assistants: Guss Murray

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Max Gibson Jack Lidgett Ritesh Varma (VC) Louis Raymond Nick Churkovich (C) Charlie Nettlefold Chris Barry Will Leveni Nick McLardy Will Heggen Hamish Baillieu Harry Smith Robbie Hayward Jack Kelly Will Bate David Parkinson Chris Lam James Fink Alex Hamer Lachlan Prendergast (VC) Stuart Watson Oscar Hosking Ollie Madders Guy Shearman Nicholas Bennison Jordan Cutter Charles May Matt Panton Sam Brand Alex Quirk Adam Borensztajn Nick Benson Andy Spargo Charlie Paine Ruari Wood-Freeman Darcy Coombs Peter Feaver

Uni Blues

Old Scotch

Beaumaris

Old Brighton

St Kevin’s

Coach: Jeff Scotland Assistants: Chris Pyke

Co Coaches: Tristan Foenander & Steve Reddish

Coach: Josh Bourke Assistants: Tim Hunt

Coach: Adam Pirrie Assistants: Ryan Joseph

Coach: Daniel Bell Assistants: Luke Williams

Tom Morrison Nathan Green David Kidd Ian Congdon Charles Craig Thushira Gammune Timothy Burn-Francis Alexander Schipp © George McFarlane Sebastian Nixon Timothy Blakey Tom Lanyon James Keough Edward Sinnott Cameron Bayliss Patrick Murtagh Benjamin House Jacob Mitchell Cameron Fletcher Michael Peart David Cumming Fletcher Angove Oliver Stedman Linford Dean Tom Irwin Matthew Welsh Sean Scotland Jesse Pardo Zack Thomson Matthew Hart Tom Welleman George Thomas Nicholas Walsh Dominic Nixon

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Jordan Clarke Nick Lindsay Lachlie Smyth Dom McDermott Max Wills (VC) James Parsell Will Carroll Angus Greenaway Nicholas Reddish Lewis Parisi Wilson Li Gus McDonough Jock McKinnon Will Michael (VC) Kris Paltoglou Charlie Long (Capt) Justin Nikolovski Ed Dalton Harry Philip Ed Spence Ned Walmsley Jono Daggian Seb Armstrong Charlie Fay Daley Mackenzie Tom Peers-Barlow Tom Druitt Phil Allen Aaron Gersch James Voltscos Tom Streat Nicholas Santini Tom Beddison Blood Jumper (S) Jake Clemm William Hewson Blood Jumper (M) Blood Jumper (M) Blood Jumper (L) Sam Neil Jack Carey Jack McIntosh Lachie O’Shannessy Alex Leggo Jack Hurley Lachlan Hocking Blood jumper (L)

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Matthew Williams Elliott Harris (C) Tom Zanca Sam Burke Matt Zagni Matt Lovejoy Rhys Pierce Alex Smout Todd Douglass Ryan Keating Lachie Topp Adam Tanzimat Jack Gabron Uhe Daniel Crowe Tom Perkin (VC) Taylor Grace Jack Grange Jarryd Pemberton Kyle McDonagh Neil McKenzie David Brearley Luke Edmondson (VC) Harrison Stewart Alex Shulman Chris Baum Richard Ryan Lucas Kelly Jordan Thompson Sam Bennett Michael Snowden Nathan Smith Athan Aridas Matt Banhum Andrew Watson James Colyvan Alex Wearne Nate Moffett Jake Bloomer Greg Pearson Brandon Crimmins Lachlan Beatie-Powell David Brearley Damien Johns Mitchell Petzke James Carcassi Liam Brennan Cal Griffiths Sam Gibbons Jason Murray Joe Considine

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Sebastian Zaia Callum Nicholls Dylan Verney Joe Longbottom Nick Hellyer Jordan Pascoe Marshall Pascoe Dane Robinson Luke Healey Jack Knight Patrick Sands Michael Tragear Sam Baker Hayden Johnson Chris Walker Jackson Moffitt Robert Naughton Nick Paine- Ellis Matt Delaney Chris Hardgrave Kieran Rawlinson Tyler Ellery Ben Jarick Tom Hamilton Marcus Bade Hamish Graham Josh Drummond Will Johnston Kalin Kempster Levi Otto Ryan Kiley Chris Parker Jordan Pascoe Luke Andrew Henry Carlson Thomas Jones Charlie King

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Thomas Corboy Michael Baini Noah Armato Tom Soltinakos James Dimattina Daniel Dicintio Joshua Taylor Nick Bond James Paull Julian Gambaro Harrison Snell Luke Sabato Shaun Kennedy Conor Ross Samuel Doyle Michael Dolan Nelson Pryor Billy Kanakis Nicholas Cropley Shaun Kennedy William Coates Anthony Barone Thomas Sullivan Michael Turnbull Henry Parkes Francis Keely Patrick Moore Rob Mcmillan Chris Gleeson Emmett O’Donnell Lachlan Nankervis Jack Howell Brendan Smart Michael Alexopoulos

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U19 – SECTION 2 Werribee Districts

Fitzroy

Caulfield Grammarians

Uni Blacks

Parkdale

Coach: Andrew Accarito /Chris Burton Assist: Aaron Hovey / Jonathon Burton

Coach: Bruce Edwards

Coach: Josh McCahon Assistants: Jake McCahon, Alex Sloan

Coach: Steve Cerni

Coach: Luke Borella

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Alex Shanks Arron Knezevic Dane Thomas Daniel Delaney Haydn Accarito Jack Elliott Luke Gibbs Mason Smith Matthew Burton Michael Culliver Nishan Coyne Pat O’Brien Jordan Patty Matthew Fitzpatrick Ben Stoios Ethan Turner Matthew Brown Dave Briscoe Matthew Despott Ben McMillan Adam Imber Mikhal Secoulidis Nikko Arrias Craig Moloney Zac Wilson Brayden Monk Nick Xhristou Jayme Lawson Tyler Crennan

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Diarmuid CooneyO’Donoghue Sam Dalton Luke Edwards Mike Matters Calum Ryan Angelo Garcia Luke Baker Oscar Zimmerman Evan Evagora Edward Bryan Sawyer Josh James Steinfort Jordan McDonald Jacob Fraser Joe Hill Orien Pledger Otto Ishak Harrison Simcoe Jules Meltzer Nic Gibbons Nathan Lingris David Herbert Dylan Leech Sam Lynch Fragos Omar Sam Gill Bryce McAdam Finn Kinsella Aiden Tregillis Jocob McCormack Kai Menzies

Sponsors Clifton Hill/North Fitzroy Community Bank - Bendigo Bank

Charlie Logan Sam Flavell Keegan Stewart Tom Stewart Lachlan Kellock George Tselios George Berry Asher Burstin Liam Bourke Daniel Meddings Hugh Goodfellow Lewis Palmer Lachy Holmes Daniel Goldberg Steve Hood Josh Steiger Drew Dickson Lachlan Gallop Tom Jordan Josh Pavlou Jackson Small Jordan Ceglar James Easton Andrew Clark Aaron Bearman Jacob Stone Daniel Gray Damien Simic Hayden Stewart Travis Mudra Jeremy Anderson Jonathan Mackay Tom Green Tristan Hocking David Postma Campbell Vince Darby Edgeworth Jake Griffin Liam Gleeson Hayden Cloke

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Alex Mitchell Alex Horton Angus Locke Brad Potts Braden Poole Brent Sheahan Brett Mangan Callum Rose Cameron McNeil Conor Dickson Deniz Kuyucak Grantley Ward Harry Arthur Harry Breidahl Harry Mitchell Harry Ukich Hector Kemp Henry Macgibbon-Parker Hugh Sullivan Jack Anstey Jack Muller Jack Robinson Jake McKenzie Jake Musson James Gunn Jarrod Allen Jeremy Smith Joe Foley Joe Nihill Jonothan Grant Kieran O’Connor Lachlan Wright Lewis Nettlefold Martin Louey Matt Cubis Matthew Hutson Michael Gibney Nick Clarke Oliver Dalton Paddy Kenna Patrick Howe Patrick McDonald Sam Sher Simon Eicher Tom Luff Tyler Walshe Will Brookes Will Davey Will Stewart Xavier Flanagan

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Matthew Dickie Darcy Ballard Sam Chitty (C) Joshua Gray Adam Knight (C) Jordan Atwell Corey Peele Charlie Dillon Chris Welch Jake Stent-Powell Max Nixon Jackson Boland Nathan Ng Kobi Delaney Sean Hendricks Jacob Crowley Luke Morgan Christopher Stielow Antony McNeil Lewis Emmerson Mac O’Donnell Dylan Glascott George Billings Jack Dunstan Alex Taylor-Hirst Matthew Horton Leigh Jenkins Luke Symons Thomas Larter Sean DeAmicis William McGowan Joshua Whelan James Everest Andrew Stewart Jesse Waters Kane Bode Jordan Russell Jack Edwards

Collegians

Marcellin

Old Carey

Old Trinity

Mazenod

Coach: Rob Ferguson, Mark Louis Assistants: Alan Solomon

Coach: Jordan Wise Assistants: Brandon Watson

Coach: Michael Tarrant Assistants: Rob O’Hern, Bruno Consalvo

Coach: Speros Beasley Assistants: Peter Yeoman

Coach: Gerry Noone Assistants: Peter Riley, John Cincotta, Tony Masters

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Sam Hynes (VC) Tim Phillips (C) Mark Schure Julian Hocking Mitch Newton Ben McKenzie - Sirrett Sid Marshall Michael Dockery Matt Yates (VC) Chris Williams Dane Wilson Callum Regan Matt Barton Jack Martin Rob Jesaveluk Chris Kipouridis Sam King Will Pocknee (VC) Darcy Regan Anton Ritterman Sam Hibbins (C) Jacob Diplanis Alex Toohey Alex Barr Curtis Collins Andrew Lipson Isaak Newcombe

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Oliver Grant (Co C) Joshua Edwards (Co C) James Baxter Jonathon Sammut Patrick Hamblin Rowan Mc Kenzie Patrick Chard (VC) Brendan Pearce Nicholas Giovas Marcus Hopkins Heath Jenkins Jeremiah Antypas Andrew D Souza Adam O’Sullivan Nick Watty Adrian Bonato Sean Loannidis Hugh Sheridan Paul Lacarruba Aidan Francischelli Thomas Manthos Giancarlo Moca

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Andrew Sloan Brodie Easton Alex Richardson Lachlan Macleod Charlie Cousins Lucas Stanboultgis Cameron Wallace James Gaff Harry Maxwell Corey Jackson Charlie Wood Christian Virgona Robert Cumming Lee Andrianakis Matt Patroni Toby Wooldridge Dan O’Connell Hugh Moran Marcus Cushen Alexander Moshovelis Alister Dickson Nick Anderson Ander Martin Matthew Prentice Matt Driver Freddie Cator Spencer Cambridge Nick Andrews Guy Dickson Tim Laidlaw

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Nick Pearce (VC) Mark Yeoman Tom Bennett Chris Hargreaves (DVC) Sebastian Nicolosi Will Cooper Edward Beasley (C) Darcy White James Taylor Michael Azarnikow (DVC) Bill Syme (VC) Chris Yapanis Tim Constantinou Eddie Plant Mackenzie Brown Ed Weatherson Alex Syme Ted Mitchell Christos Manoussakis Harry Aikman Duncan Moore Ben Hansen Alex Contos Angus Milham Louis O’Connor Hugh Boyle Taylor Gale James Spassopouols Max Lane Chris Jackson Max Tomkinson Will Salmon Alex Hasiotis (C) Michael France Mitchell Bourke Alex Heuston Sam Horsborough Lachlan Evans Scott Sarah Nick Brown Zac Aarons

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Matthew ACCIARITO Mario APRILE Sean BICKERS Chris BRUNTON Jack CAMPBELL Tom CINCOTTA Patrick CINCOTTA Jarryd DIETZEL Julian DI NEZZA Andrew DI PETTA Stephen FORSTER Declan FOWLER James GROSSO Matthew HARRIS Daniel HAYES Dylan MASTERS Rob MC CARTHY Tim MC DONALD Nick MELENHORST Steven MYDARAS Patrick NOONE Francis PALLESCHI Jacob PAOLA Xavier PATTI Nick PECK Matthew PENNACCHIA Matthew RICHARDSON Sam RILEY Micheal SELVADURAI Luke STRUDWICK Joshua TROUNCE Chris URBAN Jake WALTON Adam WARD Joshua WHITE

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PEGS

Whitefriars

Old Xaverians (2)

Williamstown

Coach: James Saunders

Coach: Jeremy Freeman Assistants: Richard Baker & David Kelsey

Coach: Jacob Healy Assistants: Darcy Dempsey

Coach: Ross Cassidy Assistants: Steve Bratby

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

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Mitchell MALT Sean CURRIE Tom LEWIS Luka DI FABIO Ben DI PIETRANTONIO Ciaran HICKEY Michael CERAVOLO Tim NILSSON Luke GALTIERI Nicholas ADAM Nicholas HEE Daniel NILSSON Declan POWER Tim BAKER Matthew GASOWSKI Jason SPENCER Eamon GILBERT Jack HARDY Bryan DINH Lachlan TUKE Anthony GIULIANO Timothy PETTS Daniel DE ANGELIS Matthew PERRIN Ben KELSEY Alex HAYES Taylor BATTISTA Tomas CONDON Glenn IBBOTT Benjamin TATTERSON Evan KALCOVSKI James ALLEMAND Nick SAYERS Daniel JEAN Matthew CIARDULLI Jonathan DELLER Matthew SCANNELL Kane SARDI Nicholas WRIGHT

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Oliver Keogh Sam Lefebvre Sam Forrest Ryan Gallagher Nathan Calabro Hugo Denton Andy Cannon Jimmy Forrest Tim Fenton John Donohoe Ben Steedman Fontios Keramitsis Lachie DiPierdomenico Liam Gostencnik Harry Sleeman Tom Harrison Lewis Donoghue Max Elliott Pete Murray Fletcher Nugent Will McClusky Anthony Ongarello Simon Love Matt Owen Daniel Hermans Liam Toohey Luke Bosnar Matt Unger Ben Dalbosco Aidan Cotchett Tom Negri Julian Kaldawi Jack Silk Bart Vaughan Will Vogue Tom Beaton James Samartzis Nicholas Ferrari Michael Cain Josh Smith Liam Tobin Matt Sitch Henry Cookesley Sam McFadyen Daniel Pasquirello Mitch Grusauskas Tom Bergin Zack Panj

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Jack Peace Yuma Hemphill Jackson Pennington Sam McHugh Tom Gill Robert Chan Robert Jansen Trent Dimitriou Sean Mcvernon Paul Cuttajar-Milosev Bill Mcrae Reuben Slaney Vincent Di Lorenzo Baxter Callan Matthew McLaughlin Hayden Barnett Ryan Joy Nathan Bratby Luke Micallef Nicholas Green John Dawson Russell Ackerly Matthew Morris Tim Ball Shahn Beasley Tyron Boorman Edward Bordas Mati Christikakis Jack Connolly Jayden Costello George Daaboul Ben Deller Nicholas Ebinger Bill Fithall Joel Hogarth Tom Johnstone Mitchell Knight Matthew McCartney Jake Muddle Mitchell Parkinson Sam Raunic Johnny Ross Austin Slaney Tom Szanyi Darcy Wall

Northern Blues

Old Camberwell

AJAX

Old Geelong

Coach: Dean Delle-Vergini

Coach: Andrew Tsindos

Coach: Adam Sacks Assistants: Danny VanAken

Coach: Dan O’Brien & Steve Lansdell

Lachlan Holmes (C) Jake Powell Josh Sims Damon Marcon Mark Cigagna (C) Jimmy Drakopoulos Matthew Edwards Liam Burns Jordan Hull Adrian Fontana Jacob Moller Matthew Ryan Olsen Clark Samuel Santomartino Gerard Sutton Joel Simmons Moustafa Hammoud Reed Jepson James King Will Barbour Damien Delle-Vergini Paul Sansonetti Harry Manaras Christian Useinov Abdul Allouche Adrian Chiodo Jordan Zayat Hass Al Ameddine Moussa Sleiman Paul Steinicke Tom Hughes Carl Tickner Josh Rentos Adrian Gonnella

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Bryce Frattin Oliver Lloyd Matthew Todd Louis Campbell Alexander Yaverner Harley Donnellen Shane Gray Charlie Urwin Sam Boyce Michael Troy Mathew Vogel Michael Lam Andrew Parker Robert Vienet Harry Crothers Zachary Weightman Aidan Clarke Michael Hook Christian Gorman Stephen Joyce Xavier Troy Tom Sheehan Jordon Doddridge Jarome Whitchurch Patrick Mitchell James Wilson Andrew Kennedy Michael Jenkin William Keeran Max Van de Garde Matthew Knight William McDonald Scott Schipper

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Jeremy Forbes Brandon Joel (C) Daniel Janover-Rocha Hunter Weeden Dylan Rothschild (DVC) Oliver Hoffman Jordan Lipton Noah Keddie Adam Lerner Justin Berkowitz Jayden Yarrow Jordan Bade-Boon (VC) Daniel Cohen Alex Eidelman Jess Broons Josh Rechtman Orren Chabbat Josh Kalmus Tom Rogers Daniel Goodman Jono Goldberg Ben Sher Jordan Rubinstein Nick Lewis Ben Schwarz Dean Rotenberg Justin Yarrow Andrew Thurin Stephen Lustig

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Charles Burbury James Habla Harry Bales George Macdonald Will Evans David Coward Josh Sumura Rory Vocale Will Holmes Henry Byrne Edward Manton Charles Youngman Josh McLennan Tom Wigan Blair Keys Ben Thomson Charlie Coburn Sam Youngman Harry Graham Zac Carroll Alex Carroll Hamish MacMillan Will Lugg Richard Baylis Matthew Allen Oscar Robinson Jock Grimshaw Luke Clancy Hugh McKay Harry Baylis

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U19 – NORTH Old Haileyburians

Ivanhoe

Old Ivanhoe

MHSOB

Therry / Penola

Coach: Dale Andersen Assistants: Matthew Kelly 1 James Berry 2 Harry Shill 3 Steven Kenworthy 4 Sam Nicholls 5 Dimitri Siapkas 6 Jordan White 7 Ben Traeger-Haig 8 Samuel Somers 9 James Reid 10 Nick Jackson 11 Brendan Gillen 12 Daniel Secatore 13 Hamish Melville 14 Tiv Singland 15 Tim Witherow 16 Matisha Vidyaratne 17 Joe Fisscher 18 Keelan Hartnett 19 Sean Corrigan 20 Michael McKinna 21 Alex Woltering 22 Sam Nicholls 23 Ashleigh Smallman 24 Tyson George 25 Luke Pannunzio 26 Andrew Broadstock 27 Jeremy Faris 28 Dasun Opanayaka 29 Dilshan Mendis 30 Jarrod Nugara 31 Lachlan Knowles 32 Lachy Grant 33 Nick Brown 34 Pravin Chelvan 35 Lachlan King 36 Matt Hutson 37 Will Russell 38 Nicholas Xanthopolous 39 Jayden Kerr 40 Marcus Duff 41 Michael Knott 42 Joe Cahill 43 Jai Corbett 44 Alex McTaggart 45 Matt Henley 46 James Young 47 Will Uren 48 Alex Spencer 49 Lachie Howes 50 Jackson Heggarty 51 Jarrod Nugara 52 Harry Shill 53 Sudish Perera 54 Zac Connelly 55 Joel DiMartino 56 Josh Spazevski 57 Andy Nguyen

Coach: Adam Wright Assistants: Bill Emerson

Coach: Chris Branigan Assistants: Brad Shadbolt

Coach: Mark Elder

Coach: L.Hollow Assistants: Rod Egglestone

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Alex Purtell Stefan Zervides James Lagreca William Emerson Andrew Dimopoulos Zac Mowat Sam Nix Charlie Robinson Lewis Minney Stefan Bettiol Daniel Jones Benjamin Grigg Jack Normand Dylan Craig-Darroch Patrick Benson Keke Blackmore-Moore David Ioannou William Cuthbert Joshua Harbottle Mitchell Rees Ed Robinson Max Post Nathan Zervides Alex Gibson Ben McGregor James Schaffert James Robertson Cameron Bath

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Josh Begeman Liam Oliver Murray White Blake Carpenteri Anthony Stenta Domenic Inglese John Apostolopoulos Chris Sarthou Nick Kenyon-Smith Max Kirwan Patrick Walsh Ross Eckersley Nick Clohesy Branden Lee Richard Skok Matthew Broughan Daniel Langford Matthew LaSelva Michael Pierce Gianni Mancuso Callum Matheson Alec Steinicke Sam Wilcox Nick Kalfas Jordan Stanton Nathan Valkanis Chris Jowett Nick Harding Henry Gibbs Simon MacKenzie Nick Marshall

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Jerome Ah-Kan (DVC) Adam Ashton Riley Batchelor Nick Clampett Robert Clements Will Colman Marco Dogliotti Jake Duell Osman El Souki Tom Fernie Sam Hayes (C) Michael Hughes Albert Kuang (DVC) Alex Manteit Mike Manteit James Mcdonagh Mohamad Merhi Paul Niklas Jason Pollock Athan Sgardelis Sam Shearer (VC) Zac Smooker (VC) Ben Steiner Anthony Tran Andrew Wheelahan Jackson Wood

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Keelan Biddlestone Hamish Donohue Anthony Tana Aiden McIntyre Sean Rees Sean O’Sullivan Nathan Clark Joel Costello Ethan Daley Jackson Brown Mitchell Keogh Shae Tatlock Jonathon Tonna Will McIntosh Louis Taylor Gavin Mott Brock Egglestone Darcy Ryan Phouc Nguyen Sam Califore James Burt Connor Kilbane Jacob Gough Chris Skapetis Jackson Mansbridge Michael Jacobson

East Ivanhoe

La Trobe

Old Westbourne

St Mary’s /Salesian

Old Paradians

St Bernard’s (2)

Coach: Zoron Colovic

Coach: Trevor Davies

Coach: Rohan Tainton

Coach: Ian Fairley

Coach: Trevor Doody Assistants: Rohan Vahland

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

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Tate Stiles Richard Draghiciu Scott Ryan Adam Scarpino Jaiden Dineen Hayden Innacone Nathan Borg Cody Harkin Josh Stephens Jared Salloum Abdullah Mohamed Daniel Bean Blake Germon Justin Damons Harley Tunnicliffe Alex Di Gregorio Matthew Duong Michael Bresnan Ashley Collins Ashley Gallina Jake Millsom Mattew Accetta Paul Smith Nathan DiBlasi

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Wilson Chen Ben Andrews Kyle Buchanan Matt Curtain Reubin Williams Danny Zacharopoulos Jeremy Newton Ben Johnston Nick Curwood Alexander Bussell Ananath Pathirana Alexander DeVries Darcy Betts Andrew Morris Byrnes Jack Lachie Pattison Matthew Howard Dayne Schipper Jack Brennan Matt Mace Dylan Gook Clem McInness Cambell Gibbs Cambell Walsh Lachlin Power Louie Holmes Kyle Duerdin Harry Meiselbach Nick Ludwig Hugh Brooks Alistar Mcpherson Hugh McMahon Tom Fly

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Jason Allcock Rhys Heenan Wade Dawson Robert McHugh Corey Gibbons Sean Money Andrew Gafa Alessio Paoli Adam Raffa Marcus Nolan William Gilmore Sam Di Placido Matthew Kolotylo © Nicholas Kolotylo Trent Dimasi Nathan Fraser Nathan Cecchin Mitchell Meka Dean Brown William Beck Josh Xerri Robert Lee Sean Smith Jonah Taylor Ricky Ross Liam Vincent Basil Psarakos Matthew Biviano Bevan Herbertson

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Patrick Comerford Thomas Hanmer Lachlan Clarke Patrick Maloney Matt Bergen Jack Holland Mitchell Hughes Ben Hedley James Oruba Taylor Devers Chris Hughes Mitchell Cobby Liam McIntyre Michael Dillon Timothy O’Sullivan Michael Farrant Aidan O’Connor Callum O’Sullivan Patrick O’Sullivan Will Paszynk Jack Howard James Ford Harrison Firth Joshua Hedley Frazer Gatens Claude Issa Daniel Mighell Stefan Piantella Sean O’Keeffe Jeremy Sullivan Thomas Riley Sami Sir Seamus Webb Daniel Maloney Daniel Moloney Josh Turville Seamus Whelan Tristan Doody Jake Bromley Matt Peart

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Monash Blues

Hampton Rovers

Peninsula

De La Salle (2)

Coach: Michael Pettingill

Coach: John Cesario Assistants: Peter Rogerson

Coach: Theo Messinis

Coach: Michael Hogan Assistants: Warren Wheatley

Ben Amberg Tim Berenyi (Co C) Jesse Bouma Arran Brady Jesse Buncle Josh Byrne Christopher Cameron, James Chiefalo Cameron Davey Hayden Davies Tom Duffy (Co C) Lance Hammond Andrew Hawes Peter Hosri Jonathan Liberis Angus McCashney Martin Newman Calvin Oppy Sudish Perera Nick Petering Chris Prendergast Justin Reimers-Smith Nicholas Schade Drew Silk Ryan Smith Nasser Sultani Massaud Wahab Jacke Wilson Hirush Yapa

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Sam Care Jack Campion Lachlan Edgar Joel Emmins Tim Hickox James Massey Luke Morcom Nathan Mullenger Mario Papotto Henry Pryde Christopher Rees-Jones Alex Roney Jackson Sainty Matthew Taylor Gregory Thompson Jay Dillon Jack Zaina Nick Schouten James Short Karl Amon Luke Verma Tim Jones Campbell Jones Bryce Pewtress

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Sam Glenn Mitch Glenn James Moignard Jack Miers Tom La Brooy George Fletcher Harry Featherby Nick Owens Jack Stannus Tom Malan Leon Newton Pat Healy Michael Wilson Milaan Lottering Seb Barbour Alex Marshall Rory Farrell James Sinclair Jordan Boak Jason Anthony Nick Messinis Jeremy Gleeson Andrew Hochegger Tom Feldgen Alex Stock Jordan Pomeroy Lachlan Costello Samuel Harrison

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Dylan Kelly Hamish Curtis Patrick O’Brien William Agar Jonathon Dujcinovic Liam Feather Tim Shallue Aaron Hay Matthew Mullaly Lachlan Carracher Thomas Still Xavier Leonard Damon Grant Darcy Craig Elliot Holden Jackson Wheeler Nicholas Halliday Brett Cranage Daniel Anastasio James Dennehy Jack Hanley Conrad Lucas Ashley Munday Ben Jobling Michael Harris-Joffe Matthew Howard Thomas Fisher Todd Richardson Jake Pirovano

St Bedes / Mentone Tigers (2) Coach: Michael McGettigan 1 4 4 5 6 6 7 9 14 15 17 18 19 19 20 21 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 28 30 31 31 33 33 37 37 39 43 44 45 48 54 61 62 63 67 74

Michael O’Connor Brenton Schubert Corey Michaud Alex Cross Alex Whelebone Matthew Caia Jack Pollard Ben Nicoll James Symons Charles Kinsey James Dalzotto Taylor Gogerley Juy Capp Fin Neaves Morgan Hampton Brayden O’Toole Tom Dwyer Daniel Maloney Mitchell Kent Jordan Pastura Ben Wighton Jack Beckwith Tim Jeans Cameron Antunicco Jamie Popaz Tom McMahon Liam Hard Steven Lay Trent Pastura Declan Hampton Pat Hurst Jordan Bichsel Aaron Hodges Jack Bower Matt Hoy Jack O’Kearney Chris McCready David Goodchild William Lawrence Kiean Harbis Matthew Powell Kerwin Cafun Tom Chesters

Beaumaris (2)

Parkdale (2)

Ormond

Oakleigh

Old Mentonians

Coach: Mick Carty

Coach: Ned Harding

Coach: David Robbins

Coach: Dave White Assistants: Mark Cooke Adam Abel

Coach: Cameron Jones Assistants: Sven Samild

Matthew Williams Elliott Harris Tom Zanca Sam Burke Matt Zagni Matt Lovejoy Rhys Pierce Alex Smout Todd Douglass Ryan Keating Lachie Topp Adam Tanzimat Jack Gabron Uhe Daniel Crowe Tom Perkin Taylor Grace Jack Grange Jarryd Pemberton Kyle McDonagh Neil McKenzie David Brearley Luke Edmondson Harrison Stewart Alex Shulman Chris Baum Richard Ryan Lucas Kelly Jordan Thompson Sam Bennett Michael Snowden Nathan Smith Athan Aridas Matt Banhum Andrew Watson James Colyvan Alex Wearne Nate Moffett Jake Bloomer Greg Pearson Brandon Crimmins Lachlan Beatie-Powell David Brearley Damien Johns Mitchell Petzke James Carcassi Liam Brennan (C) Cal Griffiths Sam Gibbons Jason Murray Joe Considine

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Dean Hollingsworth Antony McNeil Luke Symons Matthew Podesta George Billings Sam Taylor Mitchell Donald Joshua Whelan Rick Sanders Samuel Boyd Sam Lowis Angelo Madafferi Dylan Langford Joel Hollingsworth Mark Russell Alexander Taylor-Hirst Jesse Andrews Sean De Amicis Braithwaite Michael Heath Grant-Clarke Leigh Jenkins Bradley Austin Corey Peele Thomas Rayner Dyllan Andrews Matt McDonald Josh Vitiritti Billy Cross Luke Ellis Zac Nanos Kobi Delaney Jarrod Dobler Kurt Dyson Joshua Gray Russell Jordan

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Chris Grant Joed Cook Jake Benoiton(VC) Michael Tate(C) Blake Grizzell Aaron Cloke(VC) Matthew Aranha Alex Seremalis Andrew Mase Tim Michael Jake Lever Jack Davidson Tex Minchin(VC) Nick Guerin Zach Pearce-Thomas Liam Gillard(VC) Luke Pappon Samuel Ciavarella Tom Nolan Scott Murray Zac Barrett Asseeb Osmani Ben Still Patrick Curtain Christopher Pearson Andrew Weymouth Kaelem Bradley Clinton Pinney Mason Ansell Wilson Jones Kyle Schmauder Austin Deneys Luke Daidone Tom Perrett Liam Signoretti Matt Jackson James Grigoriou Chris Vasil Oran Greenway

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James McNeil Mitchell Adams Lewis Oliver James Aridas Calum Fryer Tristan Broadway Chris Minton Will Carvill Nick Huttley Jackson Kornberg Sam Fletcher Clinton Johnstone Jack Ahdore Jacob Paul Lachlan Owen Comery Edgeworth Steve Dellora Rob Tunbridge Connor Downie Taylor Jenkins Ben Rossi Billy Chapman Alex Mok Lachlan Mirams Dallas Sather Braden Engelbogen Ishane Panagoda Tim Wilton Haydn Murrell Chris Kennedy Daniel Maitland Jack Harrison Andrew Rayment

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BIG MILESTONE FOR CHUCK As co-scribe Leah Gallagher continues her travels around the US on a well-earned break, this week I can officially welcome her temporary replacement in Kit Harvey who picks up the poison pen for a few weeks. Although Kit was run out without facing a ball last week (long story), he redeems himself this week with a piece about Wayne (Chuck) Hinton’s 600th VAFA game this weekend. – Macca. Simply utter the name Wayne “Chuck” Hinton in a VAFA setting and the response is unanimous – great bloke, phenomenal umpire. Most of that last part is true, but some of his best work is done off the field, at training on Tuesday and Thursday nights. He’s the main man when it comes to umpire fitness and conditioning. Chuck also rates himself as a comedian and loves to remind me of the time I trawled mud through the VAFA boardroom at Elsternwick Park. Occasionally, you hear a person described as being “part of the furniture” at an organisation. Applied here, Chuck would be the whole living room! And he’d probably provide you with a quote for an extension as well. This weekend, the living legend is lining up for his 600th appointment as a field umpire in the VAFA as he strides out in the Ormond/Hampton Rovers fixture at the EE Gunn Reserve, with his daughter Asha running the boundary. On behalf of all umpires, and we’re sure plenty of the clubs, Umpires Corner would like to congratulate Chuck on this fine achievement and wish him all the best for the big game. We, and we’re sure all at the VAFA, would like to thank him for his continued service to our great game. Looking forward to plenty of umpires calling into Ormond for a couple of beverages on Saturday night which we’re sure will please ex-VAFA umpire and now bar manager of Ormond Richard Simon.

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WHERE ARE WE? Getting the appointments right every week is a tough job for the coaches usually, but last week was even tougher for Benny and his crew when on Friday and also early Saturday we had many umpires withdraw due to illness and/or injury. This of course caused a huge domino effect as umpires received last minute calls to head to different games to which they were originally appointed. However, one thing was highlighted – plenty of you don’t check where you are going. One field umpire in particular was so lost he arrived at his game half way through the second quarter. As you can imagine this makes us look pretty unprofessional, so if you are unsure about where you are going, check the VAFA website, or Schedula, or with your coach, before you leave home!! We understand that Saturday morning traffic can be pretty heavy, but there are no excuses. COMMUNITY CUP If you’re looking for a very different football experience, head to Sportscover Arena on Sunday to see the annual Reclink Community Cup where the Rockdogs take on the Megahertz. With plenty of local bands playing as well, it’s a great day and well organized by our own Jason Evans. Kit Harvey himself will be pulling on the boots for the Megahertz and we’ll have two former VAFA umpires in Charlie Lear and Patrick Gallus waving the flags. Festivities kick off at noon. REMINDER FOR THE ANNUAL DINNER Reminder for all to lock in this date, Monday 26th August. For our night of nights, VAFAUA Annual Dinner has been booked in again and it will be held at MCC Members Dining Room. Cost will be $65 per head. More details to follow from Russell Davidson.

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Olivia Crowe

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HALF WAY MARK At the half way point of the season, there is still a lot on offer in the remaining nine matches. Friday night lights produced a stellar performance from an improved Collegians outfit against Richmond Central. Central struggled to find the big sticks and to the Lions credit they were able to keep them goalless until the last quarter which gave them a 16 point victory. Fred Sullivan produced his fourth best on ground performance of the season for the victors, with Dylan Curnow was best for the Snakes. Williamstown CYMS humiliated UHS –VU by 104 points on their home turf. The boys from Brunswick struggled to score, only kicking two behinds after quarter time. Samuel Raunik was on fire up forward with 8 goals and best afield honours for the CYs. It doesn’t get much easier for the Uni boys over the next couple of weeks with a few tough matches against quality opposition. Point Cook’s young Bulldogs were again dominant over St Mary’s whose form over the past few weeks has been consistent. The Bulldogs displayed some great football on their home ground, but to the Saints credit they were able to outscore their opponents in the third term.Unfortunately it wasn’t enough as the Bulldogs claimed victory by 45 points. Down at Soilders Reserve it was a tight knit contest between Werribee and St Bernards until the main break. The home side kicked away strongly in the third term which set up their victory by 23 points. A great victory for the Tigers who are sitting nicely in the top four, and will go into the bye with great confidence for the second half of the season.

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U18 — TIPS IN BOLD (YEARS TOTAL 25 / 69%) UHS-VU v St Mary’s Salesian St Bernard’s v Point Cook Richmond Central v Williamstown CYMS Collegians v Kew Werribee v BYE

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LAST ROUND

Collegians 2.1, 3.7, 3.11, 5.12 (42) Richmond Central AFC 0.3, 0.5, 0.7, 3.8 (26) GOALS, Collegians: N. Gordon 2, J. Clarke 1, B. Pratama 1, Z. Grabovic 1 Richmond Central AFC: L. Chitkrapong 1, H. Binios 1, N. Willis 1 BEST, Collegians: F. Sullivan, Z. Grabovic, J. Kenyon-Smith, M. Gregory, J. Dickinson, J. Clarke Richmond Central AFC: D. Curnow, T. Harvey, A. Kelly, C. McMahon, B. Katon, K. Lambrecht Williamstown CYMS 4.3, 8.7, 14.8, 18.12 (120) UHS-VU AFC 2.0, 2.2, 2.2, 2.4 (16) GOALS, Williamstown CYMS: S. Raunik 8, P. Cutajar-Miloser 4, J. Ross 2, J. Dawson 2, T. Ball 1, D. Schwarze 1 UHS-VU AFC: N. Munari 1, E. Ramsay 1 BEST, Williamstown CYMS: S. Raunik, K. Harty, L. Micallef, L. Mullen, E. Bordas, J. Hazeldine UHS-VU AFC: J. Healey, J. Redden, M. Legudi, M. Healey, T. Rocke, L. Mitchell Point Cook AFC 2.4, 6.7, 6.10, 10.13 (73) St Mary’s Salesian 1.0, 2.0, 4.3, 4.4 (28) GOALS, Point Cook AFC: K. Mayne 3, C. Day 1, M. Volk 1, B. Foley 1, A. Marasea 1, L. Gilbee 1, J. Crofton 1, M. Barnes 1 St Mary’s Salesian: W. Douglas 1, T. Pepperell 1, J. Dragonetti 1, C. Angley 1 BEST, Point Cook AFC: A. Grigg, C. Morrison, R. Matthews, A. Robinson, M. Kip, A. Cook St Mary’s Salesian: N. Edwards, C. Angley, N. Evans, T. Pepperell, D. Grant, N. Bussell Werribee Districts 2.2, 3.2, 8.2, 10.6 (66) St Bernards 2.3, 3.5, 4.11, 5.13 (43) GOALS, Werribee Districts: J. Kaklikos 5, J. Stewart 1, E. Henley 1, J. Borg 1, Z. Goetz 1, A. Limina 1 St Bernards: J. Firth 1, J. Sullivan 1, M. Hughes 1, J. Bromley 1, L. Clark 1 BEST, Werribee Districts: A. Limina, D. Stoios, H. Keogh, T. Mallia, A. Daw, B. Doyle St Bernards: C. Hughes, D. Parkes, N. Larkin, W. Isaacs, R. Woods, M. Caven

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Collegians

Kew

Point Cook

St Bernards

Coach: Ben Mason

Coach: Ian Aitken Assistants: Myles Ashton

Coach: Glenn McAlpine Assistants: Wayne Gough, Paul Reardon, David Kip

Coach: Craig Connelly Assistants: Shane Denahy

Michael Irvine Linus Walsh Fergus Huntington Seamus Hobbs Alex Cullen Sam Porz Ross Katsambanis Michael Gregory Harry Hawkins James Dunn Eddie Rice Lachie Cooke Jamie Clarke Chris Mark Mitch Palmer Ash Walls Harry Butterss Seb Mundy Jake Kyroussis Jack Harris Tom Danks Alex Porz James Kenyon Smith Toby Benjamin Jaden Douglass Harry Wilson Harrison Sinclair Nimai Gordon Jimmy Benjamin Jordan Rettke Zach Grabovic Josh Dickinson Freddie Sullivan Lachie Peck Tom Madden Oscar Pearson

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Josh Weightman Kyle Margaritas Zac Jones Zan Simons Darcy Sketcher Corey Quinlivan Jake Chesson James Thompson Grant Filsell Jono Benson Sam Nicholson Ethan Murray Tim Laughlin Tyler Hayward Josh Fidanza Billy Shute Mitch Walch John O’Keefe Cal Spencer Mick Kinsella Tieren Barbera Blake Van Leeuwen Jai Lane Marshall Sadikin Matt Jeffrey Jett Guerin Jordy Henman Max Waters Jono Thornley Brandon Droessler Jayden Barker Rob Maibaum Liam Kinsella Chris Simons Blair Hudson Joel Dale

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Josh Crofton Brandyn Foley Matthew Volk Cody Day Daniel Hird Nicholas Ezard Mason Kip Liam MacGibbon Andrew Gough Kurt Mayne Callum Morrison Alex Grigg Aaron Sagona Luke Rappazzo Zac Harrington James Aquilina Daniel Duskovic Matthew Barnes Robbie Milne Patrick Kerr Josh Evans Ashley Gauci Ashton Cook Dillon Van Der Putten Riley Matthews Mitchell Pruscino Liam Gilbee

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St Mary’s Salesian Coach: Michael Learmonth Assistants: Mitch Op’t Hoog

Jonathan Ayres Jed Carey Lachlan Clark Edward Connelly Anthony Dillon Thomas Donohoe Jack Firth James Ford Frazer Gatens Chris Gavaghan Thomas Howard Jack Howard Will Isaacs Bomani Jackson Max Jaggard Jake Jones Nick Larkin Dan Mighell Adam Mulkearns Ben Nathan Zach O’Halloran Pat O’Sullivan James Oruba Daniel Parkes James Riley Tom Saundry Michael Sauro Lachlan Sullivan Chris Tormey Josh Wallis Liam Whelan Seamus Whelan Rhyen Woods Sam Woods

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Lindsay Moreen Daniel Ryan Danny Zacharopoulos James Curwood Darcy Grant Jeremy Newton Ben Johnston Darcy Grant Nick Curwood Luke Devereuz Matthew Howard Cory Hutchinson Angus Ife Charlie Angley Matt Mace Nat Edwards Ollie Baxter Nathan Evans Shane Baykai Nathan Phillips Tom Keys Cambell Walsh Tim Pepperell Kurt Brauns Louie Holmes Will Douglas Jesse Dragonetti Lorenzo Bukulatjpi Hugh Brooks Alistar Mcpherson Hugh McMahon Shane Baykai

UHS-VU

Werribee Districts

Williamstown CYMS

Richmond Central

Coach: David Speedie Assistants: Greg Sutton

Coach: Stephen Frenkel

Coach: Bredan Cocks Assistants: Gregor Burgess

Coach: Louie Binios Assistants: Reg Hickey

Connor Walsh Cal Aristotle Tom McMahon Nick Wallace Jack Sutton Myles Legudi Daniel Aiton Marcus Walsh Anthony Ausage Tom McAll Nick Perica James Healey(C) Omar Boru Nick McMahon Toby Kruisheer Michael Healey Thomas Cheyne Lachie Mitchell Finn Devlin Ezza Ramsey Fred Cawte Ray Hassan James Gosling Lloyd Grant Matthew Malia

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Mason Frenkel Sarian Scarlett-Long Mitch Thar Dan Stois Tim Malia John Kaklikos James Borg Zac McMillan Aaron Gatty Kieran Delaney Nick Holdsworth Zane Goetz Hamish Keogh Brayden Monk Jordan Patty Anthony Limina Callum Lawson Jacob Russell Matthew Defina Brandon Doyle Max Gundy Alex Court Brendan Parker Ethan Henley Connor Yeoull Patrick Esposito Aaron Pogerzelski Anthony Daw Jarrod Stewart

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Paul Cuttajar-Milosev Vincent Di Lorenzo Hayden Barnett Luke Micallef Nicholas Green John Dawson Matthew Morris Tim Ball Edward Bordas Tyron Boorman Liam Cavarra Jack Connelly Brendan Dawson Ben Deller Daniel Di Lorenzo Nicholas Ebinger Damon Falzon Tim Farrugia Bryson Ford Kai Harty James Hazeldine Jesse Johnstone Tom Johnstone Wade Mcewan Jake Muddle Luke Mullen Mitchell Parkinson Tim Purvis Sam Raunic Johnny Ross Darcy Schwarze Matthew Singleton Austin Slaney Jake Slee Caleb Taylor

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Zach Munnery Rifki Ergul Kaylem Lambrecht Benson Adams Thomas Harvey Jack Hendrich Rory Benson Hayden Binios Danny Baglava Chris Waiting Jayden Tran Emannuel Majok Gavin Kennedy Andrew Kelly Caleb Hounihan Chris Theodoridis Liam Laffey Jack Harvey Brad Katon Simon Hall Lorent Chitkrapong Ben Johnson Brendan Gallagher Ryan Armstead Tyson Wicks Ned Brown Michael Walsh Paul Johnson Jackson Lee Joshua Green Lewis Grieves Chris Christofi Nic Willis Dylan Curnow Nathan Coote

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RESULTS PREMIER THIRDS

LAST ROUND

Collegians 4.6, 7.8, 14.11, 16.13 (109) St Bernards 0.1, 3.4, 3.7, 4.9 (33) GOALS, Collegians: G. Jones 3, E. Cordner 2, E. Malone 2, J. Martyn 2, M. Parrent 2, N. Baxter 2, S. Pinto 1, A. Baxter 1, A. Stone 1 St Bernards: D. Ryan 2, P. Scarpino 1, L. Neal 1 BEST, Collegians: E. Malone, J. Martyn, G. Jones, J. Slatyer, E. Cordner, N. Withers St Bernards: J. Rose, D. Ryan, N. Schultz, T. Isaacs, J. Evans University Blacks 5.0, 5.1, 7.6, 10.9 (69) Old Scotch 3.0, 3.4, 3.5, 5.6 (36) GOALS, University Blacks: J. Bunge 3, N. Lord 2, S. Judson 1, S. Lane 1, W. Van Der Vliet 1, B. Farrow 1, T. Brennan 1 Old Scotch: M. Parisi 2, S. Stott 1, K. McKenzie 1, M. Chitham 1 BEST, University Blacks: J. Champion De Crespign, P. Lulham, S. Lewis, W. Van Der Vliet, J. Bunge, J. Cordner Old Scotch: M. Parisi, M. Davis, T. Bowman, A. King, M. Bradley, M. Peric Old Xaverians 0.0, 0.0, 0.0, 16.14 (110) Old Carey 0.0, 0.0, 0.0, 3.1 (19) GOALS, Old Xaverians: C. Smith 6, J. McDonnell 3, B. Corcoran 2, J. Morton 1, J. Evans 1, J. Hanger 1, D. Ross 1, S. Adams 1 Old Carey: D. Pocock 1, M. Baker 1, J. Parker 1 BEST, Old Xaverians: J. Morton, C. Smith, J. Smith, D. Molan, J. Preece Old Carey: Z. Lisle, T. Wilkins, T. Rule, M. Baker, N. Mifsud, C. Wallace University Blues 2.4, 6.4, 11.11, 12.11 (83) De La Salle 3.3, 4.3, 6.8, 12.8 (80) GOALS, University Blues: A. Walsh 3, J. Clifford 2, J. Wood 2, S. Dalton 1, E. Long 1, B. Jongebloed 1, L. Garrick 1, L. Wardle 1 De La Salle: A. Kneebone 4, N. Hogan 2, D. Griffin 1, A. Kovarik 1, B. Close 1, v. Buckley 1, N. Fyfield 1, L. Williams 1 BEST, University Blues: F. Mooney, A. Harris, L. Wardle, J. Wood, D. Gumley, J. Clifford De La Salle: W. Maas, A. Kneebone, T. Naughtin, B. Close, E. Murphy, L. Godhino

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Mazenod 0.4, 2.7, 7.12, 12.15 (87) NOBS / St Pats 0.3, 0.7, 0.9, 0.10 (10) GOALS, Mazenod: (not supplied) NOBS / St Pats: (not supplied) BEST, Mazenod: (not supplied) NOBS / St Pats: A. Wood, S. Clinch, M. Rapa, P. Daniels, T. Pick, C. Ives Pegs 5.8, 9.11, 11.15, 12.16 (88) Old Mentonians 0.2, 0.5, 1.5, 2.9 (21) GOALS, Pegs: D. Trevaskis 5, C. Ridley 2, K. Ng 2, D. Miokovic 1, C. Armstead 1, L. Shultz 1 Old Mentonians: T. Marshall 1, P. Merkus 1 BEST, Pegs: A. McKenzie, G. Williams, L. Shultz, D. Trevaskis, T. Di Blasi, C. Ridley Old Mentonians: G. Cacavas, T. Marshall, C. Downie, R. Bennett, R. Goulding, C. Beck St Kevins 2.5, 6.6, 9.9, 16.9 (105) Old Camberwell 1.2, 4.6, 5.7, 8.8 (56) GOALS, St Kevins: S. Reid 2, J. Dunne 2, J. Ritchie 2, J. Murphy Cruise 1, D. Maccarrone 1, F. Coloe 1, M. Lew 1, S. Kneebone 1, W. Doble 1, P. Der Jeu 1, M. McBride 1, H. Sestak 1, J. Frazer 1 Old Camberwell: N. Russell 3, N. Payne 2, J. Giovannucci 1, T. Hudson 1, M. Decarne 1 BEST, St Kevins: P. Rhodes, M. Lew, M. McBride, P. Di Natale, R. Dicintio, S. Reid Old Camberwell: C. Webster, N. Pryde, Z. Kelly, N. Russell, M. Le, D. Gough Peninsula 4.3, 5.3, 7.6, 10.7 (67) Old Ivanhoe 3.1, 6.1, 8.4, 9.7 (61) GOALS, Peninsula: R. White 3, K. Krake 3, J. Heron 2, R. Laudani 1, D. Jackson 1 Old Ivanhoe: S. Stewart 6, P. Dinakis 2, M. Gorden 1 BEST, Peninsula: C. Miller, A. Bouten, R. White, T. Reynolds, K. Krake Old Ivanhoe: S. Green, S. Stewart, M. Gorden, G. Williams, S. Leggett, B. Mantesso

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Old Haileybury 2.3, 4.5, 9.8, 11.10 (76) University Blues 4.3, 7.8, 8.11, 10.15 (75) GOALS, Old Haileybury: B. O’Farrell 6, A. Floyd 2, D. Gauci 1, L. Floyd 1, D. Warnes 1 University Blues: T. Ruggles 3, W. Robinson 2, S. Curran 1, P. Mithen 1, C. Pyke 1, B. Watson 1, O. Lade 1 BEST, Old Haileybury: J. Werrett, H. McWilliam, T. Tyrell, H. Simpson, Q. Boan, D. Gauci University Blues: W. Van De Pol, B. Watson, B. Townsing, S. Curran, T. Nagle, J. Stevenson Old Xaverians 3.4, 11.9, 18.15, 25.19 (169) Parkdale Vultures 0.0, 0.0, 0.0, 2.0 (12) GOALS, Old Xaverians: S. McClure 5, M. Pietzak 5, T. Ferne 3, S. Morton 1, K. Donohoe 1, M. Dvorscek 1, R. Ralph 1 Parkdale Vultures: W. Kurth 2 BEST, Old Xaverians: T. Reed, S. McClure, N. Drummond, B. Plant, D. Holland Parkdale Vultures: S. Rickards, B. Austin, W. Kurth, M. Chitty, A. Connolly Old Trinity 3.3, 6.6, 10.8, 13.11 (89) Old Brighton 0.4, 3.6, 9.6, 10.8 (68) GOALS, Old Trinity: J. Cade 4, C. Amiconi 3, G. Chadwick 2, E. Blanthorn 2, A. O’Neill 1, S. Cade 1 Old Brighton: R. Baines 2, H. McLennan 2, J. Marks 2, L. Dinsdale 1, A. Georgiou 1, N. Paterson 1, P. Kelly 1 BEST, Old Trinity: T. Cohen, G. Chadwick, C. Amiconi, L. Juric, T. McQuillen, J. Cade Old Brighton: N. Paterson, T. Priestley, Z. Wilson, J. Marks, D. Struck, A. Pascoe Old Melburnians 4.3, 9.7, 15.10, 18.11 (119) Fitzroy 1.1, 2.2, 5.2, 6.4 (40) GOALS, Old Melburnians: (not supplied) Fitzroy: D. Cook 2, J. Atkinson 1, O. Dunn 1, J. Dimond 1, S. Pang 1 BEST, Old Melburnians: (not supplied) Fitzroy: J. Dimond, J. MacKay, J. Atkinson, N. Marshall, D. Cook, M. Willson St Kevins 3.1, 7.3, 12.6, 16.7 (103) Ajax 2.3, 4.4, 8.7, 12.12 (84) GOALS, St Kevins: J. Mullen 5, J. Betlehem 2, S. Carne 1, J. Leggett 1, M. O’Neill 1, J. Anthony 1, T. Crookes 1, B. Omizzolo 1, M. Cape 1, D. McFarlane 1, P. Hanley 1 Ajax: Z. Aron 4, E. Adelist 2, Y. Rosenbaum 2, D. Yacobi 1, J. Herz 1, S. Cylich 1, M. Shmerling 1 BEST, St Kevins: J. Anthony, M. Cape, J. Mullen, L. Kenyon, B. Omizzolo, J. Leggett Ajax: Z. Aron, J. Herz, Y. Gottlieb, B. Jones, M. Mochkin, L. Aron

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CLUB XVIII

Norm Nugent

LOW SCORING, SMALL VICTORIES Round 9 results vindicated the well known football axiom that wind and rain are the great levellers. Low scores generally were common with a notable exception and several games were won by less than a goal.

REVIEW OF ROUND 9 SECTION 1 After an evenly contested opening quarter, Prahran/Assumption drew away from Fitzroy and despite some very indirect football the Two Blues led by 48 points at the main break. Fitzroy rallied in the second half but could not make inroads into the Prahran/Assumption lead and the Roys lost by 47 points. De La Salle kept their final four aspirations alive with an eight point win over an inaccurate Old Geelong whose hold on fourth place has loosened. Old Xaverians had the bye. The match between Monash blues and St Bernards was postponed due to the fact St Bernard’s number 2 oval was again under water. The match is likely to be made up on the 6th July by weekend.

SECTION 2 Boom side Emmaus/ St Leo’s received a shock against the young Hampton Rovers outfit who faltered in the last quarter, which saw the Animals accelerate home to win by nine points after trailing by 17 points at three quarter time. Williamstown C.Y.M.S. joined the long list of visiting clubs who have lost at Ormond. Ormond led throughout and just survived a last quarter comeback by Williamstown to hold on and win by four points. Undefeated leaders Hawthorn had a day out against the hapless Whitefriars who went down by the unusually large margin of 176 points. Bulleen Templestowe were undermanned in their match at Therry Penola but still managed to push the home side in boggy conditions at Fawkner Reserve. Therry Penola won by 66 points, were well served by Nathan Hennessy, Joe Vermali and Rhys Forbes. For the undermanned Bullants, Michael Tsakamakis, Robert Rametta and Michael Daskalou were best. 58

SECTION 3 Kew set up their huge win over the Dragons with a ten goal first quarter. Kew’s goal spree continued throughout and gave them a 131 point victory. Conversely sixty per cent of the Dragons score came in the first quarter! Masala gave second placed Eley Park a scare especially in the opening term, before the Sharks steadied, and despite their inaccuracy, won by 21 points. Fourth placed University High School/ V.U. endured a match to forget against leaders, Richmond Central. The Combine did not kick a goal until the last quarter. Despite their inaccuracy, Richmond Central won by 63 points.

PREVIEW OF ROUND 10 SECTION 1 A feast of football, Club XVIII style, awaits all at Darling Park today when three of the final four teams will be in action. In the first match, second placed St Bernard’s play De La Salle, whose 2013 form has revealed it is not the standard of the leading teams. St Bernard’s are my selection. Undefeated leaders Old Xaverians play long time rivals, third placed Prahran/ Assumption who were unable to withstand the Crocodiles in the second half of their Round 4 clash which the Xaverians won by 39 points. Today I believe they will again prove too fast and fit for the Two Blues. Old Geelong should consolidate their hold on fourth place by defeating Fitzroy. Monash Blues have the Bye. SECTION 1 TIPS IN BOLD (YEARS TOTAL 24 / 50%) St Bernard’s v De La Salle Old Xaverians v Prahran Assumption Old Geelong v Fitzroy Monash Blues v BYE

SECTION 2 Ormond should possess the talent to take the four points from Bulleen Templestowe who are not having a successful season. The young Hampton Rovers team should win at home against Whitefriars, who are having a disappointing season. Williamstown CYMS visit Hawthorn, who must be favoured to win especially on their small home ground. Emmaus/St Leo’s face the difficult assignment of defeating Therry Penola at Fawkner Reserve where many visiting teams have suffered THE AMATEUR FOOTBALLER 2013


defeat. Therry Penola’s forwards have scored more but today they face the toughest defenders in the section. The outcome of these duels will decide the match result. With no great confidence I select Therry Penola. SECTION 2 TIPS IN BOLD (YEARS TOTAL 29 / 81%) Ormond v Bulleen Templestowe Hampton Rovers v Whitefriars Williamstown CYMS v Hawthorn Therry Penola v Emmaus St Leos

SECTION 3 Eley Park should win again at the expense of the Dragons. University High School/ V.U. will ensure their first final appearance by defeating Masala. Richmond Central and Kew have played some high standard football in their clashes this season. Today should prove no exception, and I select Richmond Central to win as their best form has proven superior to that shown by all opponents. SECTION 3 TIPS IN BOLD (YEARS TOTAL 19 / 70%) Eley Park v Dragons UHS-VU v Masala Richmond Central v Kew

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LAST ROUND

Prahran Assumption 4.3, 11.4, 14.4, 16.6 (102) Fitzroy 2.2, 3.4, 6.5, 7.13 (55) GOALS, Prahran Assumption: C. Berger 5, S. Cooper 4, D. McGrath 4, P. Cotter 1, L. Farrell 1, C. Morton 1 Fitzroy: (not supplied) BEST, Prahran Assumption: C. Berger, D. McGrath, C. Morton, L. Farrell, M. Ploenges, N. Keohler Fitzroy: (not supplied) De La Salle 2.2, 5.4, 7.4, 7.6 (48) Old Geelong 1.4, 3.6, 5.7, 5.10 (40) GOALS, De La Salle: T. Kovarik 1, S. Byers 1, J. Haley 1, K. Ellis 1, J. Adams 1, R. Hancock 1, W. Dwyer 1 Old Geelong: J. Legoe 2, T. Botterill 1, J. Graham 1, H. McCarthy 1 BEST, De La Salle: H. Browning, W. Dwyer, B. Oakley, D. Hyde, J. Haley, S. Byers Old Geelong: H. McCarthy, J. Malpas, J. Cole, H. Brettingham-Moore, A. Suvoltos, A. Catchlove

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LAST ROUND

Emmaus St Leos 2.0, 3.1, 4.2, 8.5 (53) Hampton Rovers 0.4, 5.6, 6.7, 6.8 (44) GOALS, Emmaus St Leos: M. Pietryk 3, M. Barry 2, S. Jones 2, D. Miller 1 Hampton Rovers: A. Fisher 4, L. DeLisle 1, L. Dynon 1 BEST, Emmaus St Leos: O. Scott, M. Seen, M. Pietryk, B. Walters, M. Garbellini, A. Gordon Hampton Rovers: L. DeLisle, A. Fisher, K. McNeil, L. Dynon, L. Wheeler, C. Miles Therry Penola 4.3, 8.5, 11.5, 15.7 (97) Bulleen Templestowe 0.2, 1.3, 2.6, 4.7 (31) GOALS, Therry Penola: N. Robinson 4, J. Curran 2, A. Rosso 2, M. Barton 2, B. Campisi 1, P. Proy 1, B. Ryan 1, D. Scerri 1, R. Keenan 1 Bulleen Templestowe: R. Rametta 1, T. Harisiou 1, F. Fernandes 1, P. Paolucci 1 BEST, Therry Penola: N. Kenessy, D. Alford, N. Robinson, C. Smith, M. Barton, A. Marijanovic Bulleen Templestowe: M. Tsakmakis, M. Vergamalis, R. Rametta, R. Verocchi, K. Smith, C. Smith Ormond 2.1, 7.3, 9.4, 10.5 (65) Williamstown CYMS 1.3, 3.5, 5.6, 9.7 (61) GOALS, Ormond: D. Brosnan 5, L. Calvert 2, J. Cukierman 1, A. Hastings-Dodge 1, B. Rayson 1 Williamstown CYMS: J. Micallef 2, M. Keating 2, L. McKenzie 2, J. Doyle 1, D. Ollenbuttel 1, B. McColl 1 BEST, Ormond: L. Calvert, J. Cukierman, B. Lydster, J. Gates, D. Brosnan Williamstown CYMS: M. Keating, J. Street, B. Gatt, B. McColl, H. Moore, D. Di Lorenzo Hawthorn 10.3, 17.14, 22.17, 30.21 (201) Whitefriars 0.2, 1.3, 3.6, 3.6 (24) GOALS, Hawthorn: R. Palazzolo 7, A. Mitropoulos 6, C. Katsanevakis 5, C. Terzoglou 3, A. Demetriou 2, P. McArthur 1, M. Church 1, N. Papaconstantinou 1, A. Salipas 1, C. Higgins 1, P. Jenkin 1, G. Dellaportas 1 Whitefriars: B. Oldfield 1, L. Hamblin 1, M. Pennycook 1 BEST, Hawthorn: R. Palazzolo, C. Katsanevakis, A. Salipas, C. Terzoglou, A. Stavridis, P. McArthur Whitefriars: M. Pennycook, M. Pelosi, J. Allemand, T. Condon, A. Hayes, B. Bucello

CLUB XVIII (3)

LAST ROUND

Kew 6.10, 9.16, 16.21, 21.25 (151) Dragons 2.0, 2.1, 3.1, 3.2 (20) GOALS, Kew: J. Geldard 6, S. Coles 4, J. Mould 2, B. Van Leeuwen 2, J. Barker 1, J. Weightman 1, B. Scott 1, N. Bennett 1, P. Thornely 1, C. Simons 1, E. Murray 1 Dragons: D. So 2, A. Kizilis 1 BEST, Kew: J. Geldard, B. Van Leeuwen, C. Quinlivan, T. Ahern, C. Simons, K. Margaritis Dragons: S. Chan, L. Furniss, S. Le, A. Kizilis, D. So, D. Holland Richmond Central 3.7, 7.10, 10.15, 12.19 (91) UHS-VU 0.1, 0.2, 0.4, 4.4 (28) GOALS, Richmond Central: D. Rowe 7, N. Rice 2, S. D’Arcy 1, M. McCabe 1, C. Logan 1 UHS-VU: A. Hellner 1, A. Thomasse 1, D. Keating 1, D. Camilleri 1 BEST, Richmond Central: M. McCabe, C. Logan, A. Pratt, D. Rowe, G. Cartwright, J. Alexander UHS-VU: D. Camilleri, S. Parker, P. Russo, M. DeLuise, A. Brooks, C. Little Eley Park Sharks 1.2, 4.4, 4.7, 6.12 (48) Masala 1.0, 1.1, 3.2, 4.3 (27) GOALS, Eley Park Sharks: N. Greenhalf 2, J. Brown 2, B. Donelly 1, W. Schwab 1 Masala: Y. Hussain 1, B. Nugent 1, J. Kaldaru 1, P. Kailasanathan 1 BEST, Eley Park Sharks: D. Sullivan, S. Judd, M. Flynn, W. Schwab, B. Donelly, A. Gutsa Masala: S. Harrop, M. Howells, J. Kaldaru, W. McMahon, B. Nugent, D. Berecic

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SHARPSHOOTERS

SHARPSHOOTERS 2013 Premier Brendan Goss Sam Pickett Dylan Chaplin-Burch Nicholas Smith

Old Xaverians De La Salle OC Collegians University Blues

TR 4 1 3 1

Goals 33 26 22 21

2013 Premier C Reserve Dallas Jarred Dean Podger James Egan Stephen Tindale

Marcellin OC PEGS Football Club Mazenod OC Banyule AFC

TR 8 7 0 0

Goals 25 21 19 19

2013 Premier Reserve Damien Barton Andrew Hummerston Lachlan Smith Matthew Margin Justin Crameri Rishton McArdle

University Blues Old Scotch Old Xaverians Old Xaverians University Blacks De La Salle OC

TR 5 1 1 4 3 1

Goals 23 19 16 16 16 16

2013 Premier C Thirds Cameron Raine Daniel Trevaskis Todd Macleod Daniel Rigg

Mazenod OC PEGS Football Club North Old Boys/St Patricks College Mazenod OC

TR 6 8 0 6

Goals 50 30 18 16

2013 Premier Thirds Christopher Smith Adam Kovarik Henry Hanlon Jack Wood

Old Xaverians De La Salle OC University Blues University Blues

TR 0 0 0 0

Goals 27 17 17 16

2013 Division 1 Ben Gray Robert Chisholm Kivanc Cevik Ben Robertson Callum Wood

Williamstown CYMS Ormond AFC Glen Eira AFC Old Mentonians Old Geelong

TR 3 3 0 4 1

Goals 30 30 24 24 24

2013 Premier B David Fayman Daniel Anthony Alexander Armstrong Travis Ridgway

TR AJAX AFC 3 Old Brighton Grammarians 2 Old Melburnians 5 Old Haileyburians 7

Goals 44 33 30 30

2013 Division 1 Reserve Rick Ellis Prahran Assumption AFC Blair Atkins Ormond AFC Shane Metz Ormond AFC

TR 1 4 6

Goals 31 28 27

2013 Division 2 Corey Bannister Jarrod Bannister Sabastian Ciavola Rohan Scott

Therry Penola OB Therry Penola OB Eltham Collegians AFC St Johns OC

TR 4 5 2 4

Goals 45 42 35 35

2013 Division 2 Reserve Stefan Gusts Scott Gatehouse Benjamin Seeger Walter Pocock

St Mary’s Salesian St Mary’s Salesian Yarra Valley OB Monash Gryphons

TR 4 2 2 3

Goals 36 24 21 19

2013 Division 3 Aaron Thornton Andrew Brazzale Sam Williams Justin Hunter

Elsternwick AFC Kew AFC Aquinas OC Elsternwick AFC

TR 0 4 9 0

Goals 43 29 29 26

TR 8 0 4

Goals 46 23 23

2013 Premier B Reserve James McGee Fitzroy FC Alistair Ferguson Old Melburnians Julian Gambaro St Kevins OB Peter Kennon Old Melburnians Matthew Lattanzio St Kevins OB

TR 1 0 0 0 0

Goals 31 27 17 16 16

2013 Premier B Thirds Robert Ralph Sebastian Kemmerer William Robinson Jack Mullen Samuel Carne

Old Xaverians Old Melburnians University Blues St Kevins OB St Kevins OB

TR 0 0 2 5 1

Goals 37 30 21 19 19

2013 Premier C Daniel Jones Adrian Del Monte Shaun Payze Rees Thomas

Marcellin OC Old Ivanhoe Grammarians Peninsula OB Mazenod OC

TR 6 3 1 3

Goals 31 29 23 22

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2013 Division 3 Reserve Mitchell Sweeney UHS-VU AFC Timothy Mawdsley La Trobe University AFC Adam Pavlovic St Francis Xavier OC

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2013 Division 4 Justin Rossoukas Daniel Penny Lachlan McRedmond

Hawthorn AFC Box Hill North AFC Northern Blues

TR 5 4 0

2013 Division 4 Reserve Jason Jackomos Adam Farrugia Brett Hunter Frank Carlucci

Hawthorn AFC Eley Park Sharks Point Cook AFC Northern Blues

TR Goals 12 41 12 39 0 27 0 25

2013 Under 19 Premier Shaun Kennedy Harry Lachal Harry Healey Michael Dolan

Goals 40 32 28

TR 0 2 2 3

Goals 31 28 26 23

2013 Under 19 Section 2 Joseph Hill Fitzroy FC Mikhal Secoulidis Werribee Districts FC Jackson Small Caulfield Grammarians Sam Hibbins Collegians

TR 8 4 2 4

Goals 33 31 29 24

2013 Under 19 Section 3 Damon Marcon Northern Blues Jonathan Goldberg AJAX AFC Damien Delle-Vergini Northern Blues Oliver Keogh Old Xaverians

TR 1 0 3 4

Goals 22 22 22 21

2013 Under 19 North Keke Blackmore-Moore Ivanhoe AFC Louis Holmes St Mary’s Salesian Dylan Gook St Mary’s Salesian

TR 8 7 3

Goals 47 33 28

2013 Under 19 South Aaron Cloke Brandon Crimmins Jeremy Gleeson

Oakleigh AFC Beaumaris FC Peninsula OB

TR 0 4 0

Goals 36 24 23

2013 Under 18 Lindsay Moreen Jonathan Kaklikos Brendan Gallagher

St Mary’s Salesian Werribee Districts FC Richmond Central AFC

TR 0 5 0

Goals 19 17 17

St Kevins OB Old Xaverians Old Xaverians St Kevins OB

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TR Goals

James McDonnell

Old Xaverians

Samuel Cooper

Prahran Assumption AFC

4 22

Craig Berger

Prahran Assumption AFC

5 20

2013 Club XVIII (2) Ari Mitropoulos

0 50

TR Goals Hawthorn AFC

6 32

Timothy Demetriou

Hawthorn AFC

0 23

Mark Pietryk

Emmaus St Leos OC AFC

3 19

Richard Keenan

Therry Penola OB

1 18

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TR Goals

David Rowe

Richmond Central AFC

7 32

Joshua Brown

Eley Park Sharks

2 28

Scott D’Arcy

Richmond Central AFC

1 19

Nicholas Greenhalf

Eley Park Sharks

2 18

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1116 SEN VAFA PREMIERSHIP LADDERS 2013 PREMIER C Mazenod Monash Blues Marcellin Old Ivanhoe PEGS Peninsula Old Camberwell Banyule Oakleigh NOBS/St Pats

DIVISION 2 P 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9

W 8 8 6 6 5 4 3 3 1 1

L 1 1 3 3 4 5 6 6 8 8

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 791 816 1018 890 723 719 689 764 576 550

A 499 575 569 596 687 1001 704 843 957 1105

% 158.52 141.91 178.91 149.33 105.24 71.83 97.87 90.63 60.19 49.77

Pts 32 32 24 24 20 16 12 12 4 4

D 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

B 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

FF 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

F 1036 669 730 657 663 606 543 372 306 369

A 333 503 423 514 588 573 524 771 805 978

% 311.11 133 172.58 127.82 112.76 105.76 103.63 48.25 38.01 37.73

Pts 36 28 24 20 20 16 16 8 8 4

Marcellin Mazenod Old Ivanhoe Old Camberwell Banyule PEGS Monash Blues Oakleigh NOBS/St Pats Peninsula

W 9 7 6 5 5 4 4 2 2 1

L 0 2 3 4 4 5 5 7 7 8

PREMIER C THIRDS Mazenod Pegs St Kevins Marcellin Peninsula Old Camberwell Old Mentonians NOBS / St Pats Old Ivanhoe

P 9 8 9 9 8 7 9 8 8

W 8 5 5 4 3 3 2 2 1

L 0 2 3 4 4 3 6 5 6

D 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

B 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1

FF 0 1 0 0 1 0 0 0 0

F 934 632 670 548 429 447 547 328 332

A 267 475 415 527 629 642 710 550 768

% 349.81 133.05 161.45 103.98 68.2 69.63 77.04 59.64 43.23

Pts 36 28 24 20 20 16 12 12 8

P 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9

W 9 6 5 5 5 5 4 4 2 0

L 0 3 4 4 4 4 5 5 7 9

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 1077 965 883 881 766 892 722 811 559 474

A 483 842 695 699 620 781 769 890 878 1373

% 222.98 114.61 127.05 126.04 123.55 114.21 93.89 91.12 63.67 34.52

Pts 36 24 20 20 20 20 16 16 8 0

B 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

FF 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

F 808 919 909 628 675 624 582 644 531 161

A 364 475 462 627 601 647 518 610 744 1433

% 221.98 193.47 196.75 100.16 112.31 96.45 112.36 105.57 71.37 11.24

Pts 32 32 28 20 16 16 12 12 12 0

DIVISION 1 Hampton Rovers Williamstown CYMS Old Mentonians Ormond Whitefriars Prahran Assumption Bulleen Templestowe Old Geelong MHSOB Glen Eira

DIVISION 1 RESERVE Hampton Rovers Ormond Old Geelong Old Mentonians Williamstown CYMS Whitefriars Prahran Assumption Bulleen Templestowe MHSOB Glen Eira

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P 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9

W 8 8 7 5 4 4 3 3 3 0

L 1 1 2 4 5 5 6 6 6 9

P 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9

W 8 6 6 6 4 4 4 3 3 0

L 1 3 3 3 5 5 5 5 6 8

D 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 1

B 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

FF 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

F 968 840 819 780 922 776 713 605 665 546

A 597 716 752 726 807 856 834 738 796 812

% 162.14 117.32 108.91 107.44 114.25 90.65 85.49 81.98 83.54 67.24

Pts 32 24 24 24 16 16 16 14 12 2

DIVISION 2 RESERVE

PREMIER C RESERVE P 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9

Therry Penola Yarra Valley Old Eltham Collegians St Mary's Salesian St Johns Ivanhoe Monash Gryphons Old Paradians South Melbourne Districts Emmaus St Leos

D 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

Therry Penola Emmaus St Leos Ivanhoe St Mary's Salesian Old Eltham Collegians Monash Gryphons St Johns Yarra Valley Old Paradians South Melbourne Districts

P 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9

W 6 6 6 5 5 4 4 3 3 2

L 3 3 3 4 4 4 4 6 6 7

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 757 611 555 742 606 601 615 460 241 497

A 398 490 454 593 550 676 710 606 588 685

% 190.2 124.69 122.25 125.13 110.18 88.91 86.62 75.91 40.99 72.55

Pts 24 24 24 20 20 18 18 12 12 8

P 9 9 9 9 8 9 9 8 8 8 9 9

W 8 7 7 6 5 5 4 3 3 3 1 0

L 1 2 2 3 3 4 5 5 5 5 8 9

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

F 950 939 1051 835 818 742 914 497 549 519 532 432

A 598 515 675 664 574 835 792 635 735 704 990 1061

% 158.86 182.33 155.7 125.75 142.51 88.86 115.4 78.27 74.69 73.72 53.74 40.72

Pts 32 28 28 24 20 20 16 12 12 12 4 0

DIVISION 3 Kew UHS-VU Richmond Central St Francis Xavier Elsternwick Aquinas Swinburne University La Trobe University Albert Park Power House South Mornington Old Westbourne

DIVISION 3 RESERVE Kew UHS-VU Richmond Central La Trobe University Albert Park Aquinas Power House Swinburne University Elsternwick St Francis Xavier South Mornington Old Westbourne

P 9 9 9 8 8 9 8 9 8 9 9 9

W 8 8 7 6 5 4 4 3 2 2 1 1

L 1 1 1 1 3 5 4 6 6 7 8 8

D 0 0 1 1 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

F 1200 916 945 759 572 601 462 459 504 458 457 326

A 221 466 462 484 630 689 581 688 743 886 997 870

% 542.99 196.57 204.55 156.82 90.79 87.23 79.52 66.72 67.83 51.69 45.84 37.47

Pts 32 32 30 26 20 16 16 12 8 8 4 4

P 9 9 8 8 8 8 9 9 9

W 8 5 5 5 3 3 2 2 1

L 0 3 2 2 4 4 6 6 7

D 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

B 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1

FF 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

F 932 463 407 454 414 300 435 388 270

A 218 319 386 477 419 415 608 666 555

% 427.52 145.14 105.44 95.18 98.81 72.29 71.55 58.26 48.65

Pts 36 24 24 24 16 16 12 12 8

U18 Kew AFC Point Cook AFC Werribee Districts Williamstown CYMS St Bernards Collegians St Mary's Salesian Richmond Central AFC UHS-VU AFC

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1116 SEN VAFA PREMIERSHIP LADDERS 2013 DIVISION 4 Eley Park Sharks Hawthorn West Brunswick Dragons Point Cook Northern Blues North Brunswick Mt Lilydale Box Hill North Manningham Cobras Chadstone

U19 PREMIER P 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9

W 8 7 6 5 4 4 3 4 2 2 0

L 0 1 2 3 4 4 5 5 6 6 9

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

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

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

F 968 1191 754 780 761 743 731 674 795 554 545

A 501 532 516 669 608 848 677 998 1046 934 1167

% 193.21 223.87 146.12 116.59 125.16 87.62 107.98 67.54 76 59.31 46.7

Pts 36 32 28 24 20 20 16 16 12 12 0

Old Xaverians St Bedes / Mentone Tigers St Kevins St Bernards Old Melburnians De La Salle Old Scotch University Blues Beaumaris Old Brighton

P 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9

W 9 8 6 6 5 4 3 3 1 0

L 0 1 3 3 4 5 6 6 8 9

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 1104 875 864 775 751 751 729 643 626 269

A 442 524 499 608 711 594 831 907 840 1431

% 249.77 166.98 173.15 127.47 105.63 126.43 87.73 70.89 74.52 18.8

Pts 36 32 24 24 20 16 12 12 4 0

L 2 2 2 3 5 5 5 6 7 7

D 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

B 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

FF 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

F 891 638 745 894 676 656 565 541 651 404

A 615 564 500 643 769 751 609 772 803 635

% 144.88 113.12 149 139.04 87.91 87.35 92.78 70.08 81.07 63.62

Pts 28 28 24 24 16 16 12 12 8 8

U19 SECTION 2 DIVISION 4 RESERVE Eley Park Sharks Hawthorn West Brunswick Point Cook Dragons North Brunswick Manningham Cobras Northern Blues Box Hill North Mt Lilydale Chadstone

P 9 9 9 9 9 8 8 9 9 9 9

W 7 7 7 6 5 4 3 2 1 2 0

L 1 1 1 2 3 3 4 6 7 7 9

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

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

FF 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0

F 1004 842 824 831 756 618 371 681 420 410 205

A 242 349 376 416 444 490 759 629 955 986 1352

% 414.88 241.26 219.15 199.76 170.27 126.12 48.88 108.27 43.98 41.58 15.16

Pts 32 32 32 28 24 24 16 12 8 8 0

CLUB XVIII (1) Old Xaverians St Bernards Prahran Assumption Old Geelong De La Salle Monash Blues Fitzroy

P 8 7 7 8 9 8 9

W 7 5 5 4 4 3 1

L 0 2 2 4 5 5 7

D 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

B 1 0 0 0 0 0 1

FF 1 1 1 1 0 0 0

F 974 754 779 504 822 499 361

A 290 437 560 601 552 697 886

% 335.86 172.54 139.11 83.86 148.91 71.59 40.74

Pts 36 24 24 20 16 12 8

CLUB XVIII (2) Hawthorn Emmaus St Leos Williamstown CYMS Therry Penola Ormond Hampton Rovers Whitefriars Bulleen Templestowe

P 9 8 9 8 9 8 9 8

W 9 6 6 5 5 2 1 0

L 0 2 3 3 4 6 8 8

D 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

B 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

FF 0 1 0 1 0 0 0 0

F 1180 619 807 744 608 461 307 276

A 413 430 483 560 498 824 1098 799

% 285.71 143.95 167.08 132.86 122.09 55.95 27.96 34.54

Pts 36 28 24 24 20 8 4 0

CLUB XVIII (3) Richmond Central Eley Park Sharks Kew UHS-VU Masala Dragons

P 9 9 9 9 9 9

W 9 6 5 4 2 1

L 0 3 4 5 7 8

D 0 0 0 0 0 0

B 0 0 0 0 0 0

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FF 0 0 0 0 0 0

F 951 595 754 594 299 367

A 356 596 545 601 842 736

% 267.13 99.83 138.35 98.84 35.51 49.86

Pts 36 24 20 16 8 4

Werribee Old Trinity Fitzroy Parkdale Vultures Caulfield Grammarians University Blacks Collegians Marcellin Old Carey Mazenod

P 9 9 8 9 9 9 8 9 9 9

W 7 7 6 6 4 4 3 3 2 2

U19 SECTION 3 Northern Blues Old Camberwell Williamstown CYMS Whitefriars AJAX Old Xaverians PEGS Old Geelong

P 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9

W 8 6 6 6 5 5 3 1

L 1 3 3 3 4 4 6 8

D 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

B 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

FF 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

F 802 599 757 640 737 634 399 288

A 433 470 664 593 532 514 723 927

% 185.22 127.45 114.01 107.93 138.53 123.35 55.19 31.07

Pts 32 24 24 24 20 20 12 4

P 9 9 8 8 8 8 5 5 9 9

W 8 8 6 6 5 3 1 1 1 0

L 1 1 2 2 3 5 4 4 8 9

D 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

B 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

FF 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

F 1042 815 1132 830 848 464 305 239 473 180

A 420 414 387 415 456 871 389 504 1097 1396

% 248.1 196.86 292.51 200 185.96 53.27 78.41 47.42 43.12 12.89

Pts 32 32 28 24 20 12 4 4 4 0

P 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9

W 8 7 6 6 5 4 4 3 2 0

L 1 2 3 3 4 5 5 6 7 9

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 1000 1051 970 729 854 730 559 789 509 336

A 432 601 676 768 708 721 669 842 886 1294

% 231.48 174.88 143.49 94.92 120.62 101.25 83.56 93.71 57.45 25.97

Pts 32 28 24 24 20 16 16 12 8 0

U19 NORTH St Mary's Salesian Therry Penola Ivanhoe Old Ivanhoe St Bernards Old Westbourne La Trobe University Old Haileybury MHSOB Old Paradians

U19 SOUTH Oakleigh Old Mentonians St Bedes / Mentone Tigers De La Salle Beaumaris Peninsula Monash Blues Ormond Hampton Rovers Parkdale Vultures

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WINNING EDGE CLUB CHAMPIONSHIP Club

Senior

Kew AFC Therry Penola OB Old Xaverians Old Melburnians St Kevins OB Richmond Central AFC Mazenod OC University Blacks Hampton Rovers AFC St Mary's Salesian

Reserve U19/U18

32 32 24 28 24 28 32 28 36 24

16 12 14 16 12 15 14 14 16 10

Club XVIII/Thirds

Total

5 5.5 8 8 7 9 9 6 2 0

80 73.5 73 67 61 61 61 60 60 58

27 24 27 15 18 9 6 12 6 24

1116 SEN VAFA PREMIERSHIP LADDERS 2013 PREMIER

PREMIER B

P University Blacks 9 Old Xaverians 9 De La Salle 9 St Bedes / Mentone Tigers 9 Old Scotch 9 Collegians 9 Beaumaris 9 St Bernards 9 University Blues 9 Old Carey 9

W 7 6 6 6 5 4 4 3 3 1

L 2 3 3 3 4 5 5 6 6 8

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 674 892 716 795 881 762 758 769 703 642

A 555 632 670 784 842 690 801 861 913 844

% 121.44 141.14 106.87 101.4 104.63 110.43 94.63 89.31 77 76.07

Pts 28 24 24 24 20 16 16 12 12 4

L 1 2 3 3 3 4 5 7 8 8

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 730 717 821 725 663 593 549 378 449 295

A 384 479 431 566 518 527 574 810 791 840

% 190.1 149.69 190.49 128.09 127.99 112.52 95.64 46.67 56.76 35.12

Pts 28 28 24 24 24 20 16 8 4 0

L 0 1 3 4 6 5 7 9

D 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

B 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

FF 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

F 902 840 719 628 658 431 394 261

A 422 368 453 402 624 581 814 1169

% 213.74 228.26 158.72 156.22 105.45 74.18 48.4 22.33

Pts 36 32 24 20 12 12 4 0

PREMIER RESERVE P Old Xaverians 8 University Blacks 9 De La Salle 9 Old Scotch 9 University Blues 9 Collegians 9 St Bernards 9 St Bedes / Mentone Tigers 9 Beaumaris 9 Old Carey 8

W 7 7 6 6 6 5 4 2 1 0

University Blues Old Xaverians University Blacks Collegians De La Salle Old Scotch St Bernards Old Carey

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W 9 8 6 5 3 3 1 0

P 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9

W 7 7 7 6 6 5 2 2 2 1

L 2 2 2 3 3 4 7 7 7 8

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 999 998 868 965 935 759 745 656 496 568

A 619 694 740 716 806 732 939 860 797 1086

% 161.39 143.8 117.3 134.78 116 103.69 79.34 76.28 62.23 52.3

Pts 28 28 28 24 24 20 8 8 8 4

D 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

B 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

FF 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

F 973 901 989 810 665 562 531 481 486 328

A 327 488 325 524 609 727 741 843 867 1275

% 297.55 184.63 304.31 154.58 109.2 77.3 71.66 57.06 56.06 25.73

Pts 32 28 24 24 20 12 12 8 8 4

D 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

B 1 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 1

FF 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0

F 1149 916 749 695 498 467 517 476 487 242

A 260 340 398 533 469 848 100 695 766 116

% 441.92 269.41 188.19 130.39 106.18 55.07 51.55 68.49 63.58 20.77

Pts 32 28 28 20 16 12 12 8 8 4

PREMIER B RESERVE

PREMIER THIRDS P 9 9 9 9 9 8 8 9

Old Trinity Old Brighton Old Melburnians AJAX St Kevins Old Haileybury Caulfield Grammarians Parkdale Vultures Fitzroy Werribee Districts

Old Melburnians Fitzroy St Kevins Old Brighton AJAX Caulfield Grammarians Old Trinity Parkdale Vultures Old Haileybury Werribee Districts

P 8 9 8 9 9 9 8 9 8 9

W 8 7 6 6 5 3 3 2 2 1

L 0 2 2 3 4 6 5 7 6 8

PREMIER B THIRDS Old Melburnians Old Xaverians St Kevins Fitzroy University Blues Old Haileybury Ajax Old Brighton Old Trinity Parkdale Vultures

P 8 9 8 9 6 7 8 9 8 9

W 7 7 6 5 4 2 3 2 2 0

L 0 2 1 4 2 5 5 7 6 8

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