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EDITORIAL

Michael Sholly

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WOMEN’S ROUND The VAFA is proud that former University Blues player and VAFA Big V Captain Gillon McLachlan has been appointed as the new AFL CEO. Gillon had a distinguished career with University Blues and was the Big V Captain of the VAFA 2001 representative side that played matches against the Victorian Country Football League and the South Australian Amateur Football League. Both matches were wins to the VAFA. Gillon’s understanding of community football will hold him in good stead in ensuring that the game at the top level continues its strong bond with the thousands that work and volunteer in local club football in Melbourne and across Australia. Gillon has always been proud of his association to the VAFA and in particular University Blues where he is a regular guest and is also often just another spectator in the crowd supporting his club. Gillon has also been a regular attendee at the annual Big V Club Lunch, using the occasion to catch up with past Big V team mates and to generally reminisce about days playing in the VAFA. In total Gillon played five times for the senior Big V and was a decorated player at University Blues from 1994- 2003 where he won a club Best and Fairest in 2000 and was club captain from 2000-2002. In 2003 he was awarded Life Membership of the Melbourne University Football Club. As Gillon was doing the media rounds on the weekend he spoke about the need to increase the role of women in football, and in particular leadership roles on the staff of the AFL. Coincidentally this week is celebrating women in football at all levels. At the VAFA we have hundreds of women who make a huge contribution to the game. These women are giving of their time and expertise at clubs and this weekend we take the time to acknowledge them. On the VAFA staff we have 3 full time female staff members and we are particularly delighted that Olivia Crowe has moved over from office administration into the umpiring department. Hopefully this transition will have the added benefit of providing more prominence for women

to umpire in the VAFA. Currently we have 5 female field umpires, 7 boundary and 1 goal umpire. Two of our current female field umpires, Jayde Daly and Alexandria Anthony, have umpired in our Premier Section, an outstanding achievement for these young women who may one day become the first female field umpires in the AFL. I have also noticed that the AFL has added another female goal umpire to the panel. This year St Kevin’s appointed Peta Searle as an Assistant Coach, the first in this position at a VAFA club. Peta has been involved in football for over 20 years and her achievements include coaching VWFL side Darebin to five successive premierships and being the second female to complete her Level 3 AFL Coaching Accreditation. The journey for Peta has not been easy and for a more detailed history you should read the article on her by Samantha Lane in the Saturday Age two weeks ago. It was interesting to see the appointment by Richmond of Peggy O’Neil as the first female AFL Club President. At the VAFA we have had a number of women as presidents over the years. Having diverse views around the table makes decision making better. Peggy stated on the AFL website: “Women come from a variety of backgrounds, there is no one women’s view just as there is not one man’s view, but the life experiences are usually a bit different. So I think the best decisions are those which have been tested under a variety of perspectives and women bring one part of that diversity.” Many VAFA clubs are holding lunches and donating funds to the Pink Ribbon Day supporting Breast Cancer. Old Melburnians are using a pink football, Kew is turning their jumpers pink and the Hampton Rovers website has turned pink for the week. Even the traditional blue of the VAFA logo has turned pink. All of these initiatives highlight the importance of women in football. There are so many other areas women can get involved in football in the VAFA. Statisticians, strategists, doctors, physiotherapists, trainers, masseurs, umpires, committee members, coaches, runners, water carriers and hopefully not in the too distant future as players.

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THE JOURNAL OF THE VICTORIAN AMATEUR FOOTBALL ASSOCIATION May 10, 2014 THE AMATEUR FOOTBALLER 2014

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PREMIER

Andrew Leonard

@ Lennytalk

POSITIVE TALK “IT’S GREAT FOR THE COMPETITION.” That sentence I heard more than a dozen times this week in reference to the current state of play in Premier Section. With Uni Blacks, Old Trinity and Beaumaris occupying the top three spots on the ladder, all undefeated, the new flavour to the current top four is one that has been well received right across the VAFA. St Bernard’s are the only team with two wins and are fourth and whilst the four is by no means set, history shows us that if your are in the four early, it is likely your will be there later in the season too. Beaumaris have equallled last year’s start to their first year in Premier, Old Trinity are a win away from equaling their best start to a Premier season and Uni Blacks have had their best start to a top flight season since 1978 Of the three clubs to win their opening three matches, Old Trinity is the talking point. Mostly because they have climbed from Premier B as the runners up, but also the caliber of the opponents they have defeated. They have wins against last year’s grand finalists and a fancied St Bernard’s side in round 1. Old Trinity is playing exciting and expansive football and the youngsters are delivering when the pressure is on. After being in control for the first half against St Bedes/Mentone Tigers, Old Trinity were challenged as the Tigers lifted in an effort to get a win in club legend Luke Wintle’s 300th game. The Tigers hit the front with 8 minutes to go but OT steadied Jack Hunt kicked truly to regain the lead with the green and gold able to hold on in the last four minutes of play for their second four point win of the year. It was also Old Trinity’s first win at Brindisi St in six attempts. Old Trinity showed great sportsmanship joining the Tigers players in forming a guard of honour for Luke Wintle as he was chaired off. Collegians dominated territory and possession for large swaths of the match against St Bernard’s however the final possession into their forward line was often lamentable. With Nick Corp injured and the Crofts underdone, they are missing a key target to take a grab. Taft still kicked two, but on a wet day his influence was mooted by a fantastic 2

blanket display of Michael Angel. St Bernard’s had both Andrew Merrington and Chad Jones who at various times took grabs or busted open packs that led to Bernies goals. Often Collegians controlled the ball, but were unable to convert, only to see it whisked to the other end of the ground late in the term for a goal against the tide. Tom Overman was everywhere throughout the contest and his ability overhead to mark a wet ball was sublime. Tom Sullivan was also in and under and whilst the final margin was unjust on Collegians for the closeness of the contest, it always had a feeling that St Bernard’s were the better side. Beaumaris equaled their 2013 start to Premier, winning their first three with one of those victories secured against the reigning premier. It was also Beauy’s first ever win against Old Xaverians who have dropped their opening games in the same fashion as last year. Old Xaverians wouldn’t be too concerned just yet though. Some of their more experienced contingent have just come back or are not far away and the reality is Xavs’ losses are to the three undefeated teams. Beaumaris on the other hand look a different proposition this year. Scott Gower kicked five goals again – two in the last quarter as the Sharks came from behind – and Jono Nash offers another marking target. Raph Clarke is another dimension off halfback, plus the whole club now has an understanding of what Premier football is all about. De La Salle opened strongly booting 3 of the first 4 goals of the match against Old Brighton. De La stretched the margin to a game high 38 point lead early in the 3rd quarter before Old Brighton rallied to kick the next four goals, two either side of ¾ time. It wasn’t pretty but Old Brighton had found something and when Michael Dewar managed to mark the slippery ball after Michael Karayannis PREMIER — TIPS IN BOLD (YEARS TOTAL 10 / 67%) Old Xaverians v Collegians St Bernards v Uni Blacks Old Trinity v Beaumaris Old Scotch v Old Brighton De La Sale v St Bedes/Mentone Tigers

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sent it forward, his goal reduced the margin to just 14 points with 12 minutes still to play. Play was almost entirely in the Tonners half of the ground but the De La Salle defence held up superbly as Tom Moloney, Tom Humphrey and 2013 Club XVIII (1) Section Best and Fairest Ben Oakley all performed manfully. The critical moment was when a long kick over the Brighton zone landed in space where Ed Clinch turned on the after burners to run into the unmanned goal to seal the win. Uni Blacks renewed venom up forward continued for another week in the opening salvos against Old Scotch. Fresh from an eight goal final term against Collegians, the Blacks piled on six in the first quarter against the Cardinals. After that, they returned to their normal sedate selves. Locking down the contest and reducing the opposition into and defensive arm-wrestle. Scotch came back slowly but both sides held the other to goalless quarters in the second half as the weather played a part in diminishing this contest. Neaves continued to improve his form, whilst Adam Pitt was great for

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This week sees joint ladder leaders Old Trinity and Beaumaris clash in one of the matches of the round. It will be the first meeting between the clubs since Old Trinity’s 1999 B Grade premiership year. It is sure to be a belter and the home side, having never lost to Beaumaris at senior level, will equal their best ever star to a top flight season. I fear for Collegians who meet and Old Xavs side without a win at Toorak Park for the second season in a row. Blacks travel to the Snakepit and will be tested but should be good enough to beat a St Bernard’s side still learning their craft under Anthony Rock. Old Scotch will level their season at home to Old Brighton and St Bedes/Mentone Tigers will continue to win on the road to counter their losses at home. Happy Mother’s Day to all the Mum’s for tomorrow.

LAST ROUND

Beaumaris 2.2, 7.4, 9.7, 12.12 (84) Old Xaverians 5.2, 7.2, 12.2, 13.3 (81) GOALS, Beaumaris: S. Gower 5, R. Cathcart 3, W. Edmonds 2, S. McBain 1, W. Murton 1 Old Xaverians: M. Handley 5, C. Waller 2, L. Smith 2, M. Allan 2, M. Ambrose 1, M. Darvell 1 BEST, Beaumaris: J. Ward, S. Gower, L. Howes, M. Petering, R. Cathcart, S. McBain Old Xaverians: C. Waller, M. Handley, J. Skene, M. Darvell, E. Prowse, P. Tiernan St Bernards 3.0, 5.2, 6.6, 9.8 (62) Collegians 3.3, 4.4, 5.5, 5.9 (39) GOALS, St Bernards: C. Jones 2, A. Merrington 2, A. Bentick 2, T. Overman 1, J. Bevanda 1, T. Sullivan 1 Collegians: S. Taft 2, T. Zimbachs 1, L. Apted 1, D. Russo 1 BEST, St Bernards: T. Overman, M. Angel, T. Sullivan, A. Bentick, T. Russell, T. Caven Collegians: C. Hylton, A. Fahie, W. Tardif, C. Holst, C. Simmons, A. Howison De La Salle 3.6, 5.6, 7.7, 8.8 (56) Old Brighton 1.1, 1.4, 3.6, 5.6 (36) GOALS, De La Salle: S. Hogan 2, J. Gotch 2, L. Bull 1, H. Haley 1, C. Haley 1, E. Clinch 1 Old Brighton: M. Dewar 2, D. Anthony 1, T. Jakobi 1, O. Cavallaro 1 BEST, De La Salle: M. Fieldsend, J. Gotch, L. Wood, O. Persson, T. Moloney, T. Humphrey Old Brighton: L. Hendra, A. Edge, T. Jakobi, M. Dewar, R. Cummin, L. Nicholls Old Trinity 4.4, 9.5, 11.8, 13.12 (90) St Bedes/Mentone Tigers 2.2, 3.7, 7.12, 12.14 (86) GOALS, Old Trinity: E. Weatherson 2, G. Hamilton 2, A. Hasiotis 2, M. Kilpin 1, A. Kyriacopoulos 1, M. Yeoman 1, C. Pohl 1, H. Tinney 1, J. Hunt 1, B. Howell 1 St Bedes/Mentone Tigers: M. Curcio 2, L. Wintle 2, H. Jeans 2, S. Richards 2, M. Geschke 1, P. Wintle 1, L. Terrell 1, M. Coen 1 BEST, Old Trinity: A. Heuston, F. Stewart, J. Steinhart, B. Howell, J. Hunt, L. Pacconi St Bedes/Mentone Tigers: L. Wintle, M. Barnes, H. Jeans, S. D’Andrea, B. O’Toole, T. Garside University Blacks 6.2 9.6 9.8, 10.14 (74) Old Scotch 3.1 5.5 8.8 8.10 (58) GOALS, University Blacks: B. Mahon 2, C. Turner 2, J. Slabbert 1, J. Ernest 1, H. Curnow 1, T. Kruse 1, A. Pattison 1, S. Weekley 1, Old Scotch: E. Routman 2, M. Seed 2, E. Furey 1, J. Davis 1, N. Jamieson 1, A. Jelbart 1, BEST, University Blacks : A. Pitt, H. Curnow, B. Mahon, S. Weekley, A. Drysdale, A. Willingham Old Scotch: S. Neaves, J. Hurley, C. McDonough, J. Bull, N. Jamieson, C. O’Shannessy

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Old Xaverians 2.3, 5.5, 6.9, 9.12 (66) Beaumaris 2.2, 2.7, 5.9, 8.9 (57) GOALS, Old Xaverians: H. Healey 4, T. Williams 2, M. Sitch 1, N. Ielasi 1, J. Close 1 Beaumaris: M. Ensor 2, T. Marshall 1, T. Perkin 1, M. La Fontaine 1, T. Rayner 1, N. Dickinson 1, O. Webber 1 BEST, Old Xaverians: M. Douglas, J. Darrer, N. Ielasi, T. Williams, B. Plant, C. Beetham Beaumaris: L. Edmondson, T. Woolnough, N. Loucaides, T. Perkin, M. Ensor, T. Pritchard St Bernards 3.2, 5.6, 10.8, 14.13 (97) Collegians 2.2, 6.4, 8.4, 9.4 (58) GOALS, St Bernards: D. Wall 4, B. Peart 2, T. Duyndham 2, L. Sullivan 2, J. Gay 1, B. Garth 1, J. Calvert 1, A. Boyse 1 Collegians: M. Barton 2, J. Hampton 2, S. Doupe-Watt 2, A. Carydias 1, J. Dunn 1, M. Dyer 1 BEST, St Bernards: D. Wall, J. Manunzio, J. Gay, C. Peart, L. Scerri, P. MacDonough Collegians: T. McNamara, M. Dyer, M. Barton, S. Hall, W. Pocknee, M. Williams Old Brighton 5.4, 9.7, 13.11, 19.18 (132) De La Salle 3.3, 4.4, 5.5, 6.7 (43) GOALS, Old Brighton: S. Hooy 4, L. Otto 4, B. Skinner 3, M. Hooy 2, H. Cannon 2, D. Fallon 1, T. Boxtel 1, N. Collins 1, B. Felsenthal 1 De La Salle: M. Hogan 3, J. Bull 1, J. Fisher 1, N. Beaumont 1 BEST, Old Brighton: D. Fallon, J. Edge, L. Healy, S. Hooy, L. Otto, A. Gunning De La Salle: C. Athanassiou, J. Fisher, N. Beaumont, J. Bull, M. Hamilton, A. Forato Old Trinity 2.3, 4.6, 10.7, 12.7 (79) St Bedes/Mentone Tigers 2.1, 5.5, 6.10, 8.12 (60) GOALS, Old Trinity: P. Mescher 3, N. Chamberlain 2, C. Riggs 2, E. Satur 2, K. Spassopoulos 2, T. Mitchell 1 St Bedes/Mentone Tigers: S. Glennen 2, J. Symons 2, M. Pitt 1, C. McCready 1, J. Maddocks 1, D. Foley 1 BEST, Old Trinity: B. Barratt, M. Cooper, E. Satur, P. Mescher, D. Ahearne, K. Spassopoulos St Bedes/Mentone Tigers: L. Stutterd, J. Beckwith, A. Whalebone, J. Patounas, C. Kinsey, D. Foley University Blacks 2.3, 4.3, 7.4, 9.5 (59) Old Scotch 0.3, 4.5, 5.7, 8.8 (56) GOALS, University Blacks: J. Crameri 4, A. Robbins 2, J. Gardiner 1, N. Batten 1, A. Locke 1 Old Scotch: N. Walmsley 3, H. Perry 2, W. Strange 2, J. Nikolovski 1 BEST, University Blacks: P. Aitken, J. Bismire, I. Anderson, J. Champion De Crespign, J. Crameri Old Scotch: T. Mead, C. Long, J. Furey, N. Walmsley, M. Davis, R. Ferraro

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PREMIER B

Blair Morton

@blairwmorton

OLD IVANHOE SHOW PASSION A wet, windy and wintery day in Melbourne marked a round 4 in which tempestuous conditions mirrored turbulent results across the Premier B competition. Old Ivanhoe out-muscled the fancied Uni Blues to win in an upset; AJAX continued a strong start to the season to defeat Caulfield Grammarians in a south-side derby; St Kevins proved too strong for Old Haileybury at T.H. King Oval; while Old Carey and Old Melburnians both enjoyed comfortable away wins against Fitzroy and Mazenod respectively. Old Ivanhoe ground out their first win of 2014 in a four-quarter slog against the top of the table Uni Blues at Chelsworth Park. It was Uni Blues who struck first blood however, managing three goals to the Hoes two goals by quarter time, however the five behinds Blues had were a sign of things to come. Blues dominance in scoring shots had them perched to run away with the four points. Old Ivanhoe were defiant in the second term, converting three majors and enjoying a two-point lead at half time which none but the Hoes’ faithful could have foreseen. The third term decided the game, as the Hoes’ added three goals to scoreboard, while the Blues could only muster six behinds. Blues came at men in brown in the fourth quarter but the Hoes responded and secured a much needed four points. Macdonald starred for Old Ivanhoe, kicking three and dominating inside the forward half, while Mitris and Groth were strong. Old Ivanhoe have responded to in the best possible way to a sluggish start with a backs against the wall victory against the top side and will look forward to next week’s clash against Old Carey with confidence. Uni Blues now share the top spot with three other sides, and will hope to bounce back against Mazenod next week Gary Smorgon Oval hosted the clash between AJAX and Caulfield Grammarians, in which AJAX were far too strong. AJAX kicked one goal five in the opening quarter to Caulfield’s one behind, in what looked like being a low scoring dogfight. AJAX had a slender win in the second 4

quarter before they took complete control in the premiership quarter, attacking incessantly to build an unassailable three quarter time lead. Caulfield were able to convert two majors in the final term, but, domination around the ground by Steinberg for the Jackers and a remarkable goal by Blieden meant AJAX won a fourth quarter from four as the match finished under lights. Lew played his best game of the year up forward for AJAX with five goals while Steinberg was ubiquitous and Kalmus classy. Silvestro made a cameo with two majors alongside strong performances from Tonkin and O’Keefe for Caulfield, who now stand alone at fifth on the ladder and head to Brunswick Street next week, while AJAX play St Kevins away. Old Haileybury travelled to T.H. King to take on a rampaging St Kevins. A win here for both sides would be crucial in defining a top four in the early part of the year. SKOB proved far too strong, winning every quarter of the day finally saluting by a comfortable 42 points. Seven unanswered goals from the third into the last set up the win for SKOB. Old Haileybury kicked three late goals to bring a semblance of respectability to the score line. A team effort up forward from SKOB meant that the flood of goals was difficult to prevent for the Haileyburians defenders, with Coates and Parkes each nabbing three majors in addition to two from Karageorgiou. Lynch and Wissel were durable around contests for St Kevins, accounting for Haileybury’s best in McLauchlan and Alkemade. SKOB turn their sights to AJAX next week in a top of the table clash at home, while Old Haileybury head to Junction Oval to play the Old Melburnians. Mazenod jumped first at Central Reserve against Old Melburnians, leading by one goal at the first PREMIER B — TIPS IN BOLD (YEARS TOTAL 8 / 40%) Fitzroy v Caulfield Grammarians Old Carey v Old Ivanhoe Old Melburnians v Old Haileybury University Blues v Mazenod St Kevins v AJAX

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break. Melburnians accelerated to enjoy a fivepoint lead at half time and set up an exciting contest. Melburnians lengthened their stride and surged away after the main break, however, adding six goals five to the scoreboard in the second half while Mazenod only managed to trouble the scorers with two goals two. McLardy was strong for Melburnians up forward, booting three majors with the help of De Fegely and Borthwick through the middle. Bonner’s two goals for Mazenod weren’t enough, nor were stoic efforts from Phibbs and Kelly. Both teams find themselves alongside Old Haileybury at the bottom of the ladder on four points and in dire need of a win next week. Melburnians play Old Haileybury in a crucial match, while Mazenod face

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After a belting at the hands of Uni Blues last week, Fitzroy would have liked to beat Old Carey at home but the stars were not aligned. Carey absolutely dominated the first half, kicking eight goals, while holding Fitzroy to one major to enjoy a 43 point margin at the main break. Fitzroy narrowly outscored Carey in the third and last quarters, but the damage had been truly been done and Carey roll into next week’s game against Old Ivanhoe with a degree of confidence after enjoying a 30 point round four win. Fitzroy host Caulfield at Brunswick street in a game they need to win in order to keep their top four hopes alive.

LAST ROUND

Old Carey 3.3, 8.4, 10.5, 12.7 (79) Fitzroy 1.1, 1.3, 4.9, 6.13 (49) GOALS, Old Carey: J. Reid 3, C. Jones 2, T. Roach 1, J. Gaff 1, J. Murphy 1, B. De Leijer 1, N. Richardson 1, C. Crowther 1, B. Smithwick 1 Fitzroy: J. Dalton 1, M. Cussen 1, D. Pound-Palmieri 1, T. Biscaro 1, M. Kyroussis 1, D. Kynigopoulos 1 BEST, Old Carey: L. McQueen-Miscamble, B. Smithwick, A. Sloan, R. Bongetti, J. Evans, B. De Leijer Fitzroy: D. Pound-Palmieri, R. Angiolella, T. Cheshire, M. Cussen, M. Ellis, C. Stevic AJAX 1.5, 5.8, 10.12, 13.16 (94) Caulfield Grammarians 0.1, 2.3, 3.6, 5.6 (36) GOALS, AJAX: J. Lew 5, D. Fayman 4, D. Rotenberg 1, G. Blieden 1, B. Caplan 1, A. Lewski 1 Caulfield Grammarians: T. Silvestro 2, J. Small 1, S. Meredith 1, L. O’Keefe 1 BEST, AJAX: W. Steinberg, B. Kalmus, J. Ludski, A. Lewski, C. Jankie, J. Lew Caulfield Grammarians: H. Mills, D. O’Keefe, N. Tonkin, T. Nixon, T. Silvestro, S. Meredith Old Ivanhoe 2.1, 5.5, 8.8, 9.10 (64) University Blues 3.5, 4.9, 4.15, 6.20 (56) GOALS, Old Ivanhoe: J. Macdonald 3, R. Dennis 2, C. Johnson 1, J. Doherty 1, M. Delmonte 1, N. Gieschen 1 University Blues: J. Mugavin 4, M. Torney 1, D. Nixon 1 BEST, Old Ivanhoe: J. Macdonald, M. Mitris, C. Groth, A. Vella, B. Harrison, J. Moio University Blues: J. Mugavin, W. Cuningham, A. Ford, A. Nice, P. Summers, C. Williams St Kevins 4.4, 7.4, 11.8, 15.9 (99) Old Haileybury 2.1, 4.3, 5.3, 8.9 (57) GOALS, St Kevins: W. Coates 3, H. Parkes 3, P. Karageorgiou 2, K. Wissell 1, B. Kanakis 1, J. Salopek 1, S. Kennedy 1, P. Edgar 1, C. Gleeson 1, L. Nankervis 1 Old Haileybury: L. Pinot 3, M. Taylor 1, A. Weekes 1, C. Povey1, A. Schofield 1, M. Meehan 1 BEST, St Kevins: A. Lynch, K. Wissell, J. Nash, A. Giarrusso, J. Salopek, G. Gleeson Old Haileybury: H. McLauchlan, J. Alkemade, O. Armstrong, M. Rafferty, J. Paul, C. Povey Old Melburnians 2.2, 4.7, 8.10, 10.12 (72) Mazenod 3.2, 4.2, 5.2, 6.4 (40) GOALS, Old Melburnians: T. McLardy 3, T. Marshall 2, A. Armstrong 2, E. Fanning 1, N. Voyage 1, L. Bennett 1 Mazenod: B. Bonner 2, R. Mann 1, B. Kovac 1, N. Thomas 1, B. Phibbs 1 BEST, Old Melburnians: E. De Fegely, L. Borthwick, T. Paule, T. McLardy, J. Beaumont, S. Peacock Mazenod: B. Phibbs, J. Kelly, S. Oldman, M. Johnson, J. Fitzpatrick, B. Bonner

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a tough fixture against Uni Blues away.

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Fitzroy 3.1, 10.5, 10.7, 12.13 (85) Old Carey 3.2, 3.3, 8.5, 8.8 (56) GOALS, Fitzroy: J. McGee 2, K. Menzies 2, J. Munro 2, D. Cooney-O’Donoghue 1, S. Buckley 1, D. Leech 1, G. Hanton 1, B. Farley 1, C. Moore 1 Old Carey: C. O’Brien 2, T. Chiuchiarelli 1, T. Newton 1, L. Hall 1, M. Pallozzi 1, B. McKenry 1, A. Richardson 1 BEST, Fitzroy: D. Olarenshaw, J. Munro, D. Leech, K. Menzies, R. Borland, T. Parkinson Old Carey: M. Cushen, C. Allen, C. O’Brien, C. Bell, M. Pallozzi, H. Maxwell Caulfield Grammarians 5.0, 8.4, 11.8, 12.11 (83) AJAX 1.1, 1.2, 2.4, 3.8 (26) GOALS, Caulfield Grammarians: N. Williams 5, D. Simic 2, M. Bowden 1, H. Gates 1, A. Clark 1, A. Clarke 1, D. Dickson 1 AJAX: J. Grigoriants 1, D. Markov 1, B. Joel 1 BEST, Caulfield Grammarians: M. Bowden, A. Clarke, N. Williams, D. Daly, A. Ford, S. Stewart AJAX: R. Abraham, A. Wytwornik, N. Harel, D. Glass, D. Janover-Rocha, J. Bade-Boon Old Ivanhoe 3.3, 3.4, 6.9, 8.11 (59) University Blues 1.3, 5.4, 6.7, 8.7 (55) GOALS, Old Ivanhoe: S. Wilcox 3, K. Trajanovski 2, I. Dawkins 1, L. Phillips 1, M. Brown 1 University Blues: H. Hanlon 3, G. Chisholm 1, J. Mugavin 1, A. Evans 1, J. Wood 1, A. Schipp 1 BEST, Old Ivanhoe: S. Wilcox, S. Curatolo, S. Armstrong, M. Brown, B. Nagel, R. Butler University Blues: G. Chisholm, E. Long, T. Girdwood, J. Wood, H. Hanlon, H. Evans St Kevins 6.3, 13.6, 19.12, 23.13 (151) Old Haileybury 0.0, 3.0, 5.1, 6.6 (42) GOALS, St Kevins: M. Dolan 6, J. Gambaro 5, P. Aughton 4, J. Betlehem 2, J. Griffiths 1, H. McPherson 1, L. Dunne 1, N. Pryor 1, A. White 1, R. Caldow 1 Old Haileybury: S. Verwey 3, T. Tyrell 1, J. Dawson 1, S. Jensen 1 BEST, St Kevins: T. Dixon, J. Gambaro, J. Griffiths, A. Fenech, M. Dolan, L. McDonell Old Haileybury: J. Dawson, S. Verwey, A. Woltering, S. Jensen, J. Toy, T. Dalton Old Melburnians 2.8, 7.12, 12.17, 17.17 (119) Mazenod 0.2, 1.2, 2.2, 5.4 (34) GOALS, Old Melburnians: C. Tunbridge 4, J. Brandwood 3, W. Hatfield 2, A. Coleridge 1, J. De Steiger 1, A. Ferguson 1, J. Rundell 1, T. Healey 1, C. Williamson 1, C. Barry 1, W. Thompson 1 Mazenod: S. Balloch 1, A. Bray 1, D. Maskill 1, M. Rich 1, P. Flanagan 1 BEST, Old Melburnians: W. Thompson, N. McLardy, J. Rundell, W. Hatfield, N. Madders, T. Watson Mazenod: D. MacLeod, M. Rice, T. Bailey, B. Woods, M. Rich, S. Veltman

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UPSETS A PLENTY Typical Melbourne weather greeted the VAFA fraternity for round 4 action. Saturday had it all; rain, hail and a bit of sunshine. But for the most part, the theme for the day was ‘wet weather football.’ Coaches around the grounds could be heard saying things like ‘surge the ball forward at all costs,’ or ‘just kick it long.’ Two key facets of wet weather football. The teams that could best embrace the wintery conditions, and adapt to the greasy ball would ultimately win the contest. In particular it was the underdogs of PEGS and Parkdale who thrived in the conditions, dampening the spirits of the Hampton Rovers and Peninsula. A sluggish opening half, gifting the Monders a 29 point halftime advantage ensured Monash Blues fell 10 points shy of Ormond at E.E Gunn. The Blues would’ve been wishing the game started at 3pm after they eventually clicked into gear following the halftime break. To the Blues credit they were able to claw their way back into the contest, but they had spent too many petrol tickets in the process. In the second half Monash exemplified why they are the number one defensive team in Premier C, restricting the Monders to just three majors. However it was a case of too little too late, despite the best efforts of Gillian and Baring. For the Monders Blandford (2 goals) and Upstill were the standouts. Coming off the back of two straight losses, this was a crunch game for Old Camberwell. A win would see them sit at 2-2, a loss at 1-3. Unfortunately for the Wellers it would be the latter. An inspired premiership quarter from Marcellin skipper Jarrod Carlson proved to be the difference, spurring his side into action. Carlson put his name forward with a goal of the year contender, as he danced and baulked around an opponent to kick truly. The Bennett brothers worked tirelessly to keep the Wellers in the game, but were overcome by Marcellin’s second half surge. At the forefront of the 6

Marcellin resurgence were Abrahams (2 goals), Carlson and Beaini, who all played pivotal roles. The Eagles eventually flew home to record a 31 point win. A week is a long time in football, and PEGS over the last two weeks have been no exception to the rule. After suffering a hefty defeat last week at the hands of Peninsula, PEGS looked reinvigorated this week as they set about dismantling an undermanned Hampton Rovers outfit. Forrest had a field day for the Bombers up forward, booting 10 goals, as his opponents wandered off into the wilderness. Whilst Pound and McCann provided the bulk of the supply for the big forward. With some ten players unavailable for various reasons, the Rovers were no match for a rampaging PEGS. Once again Ting had the ball on a string for the Rovers, but he lacked the cavalry, while Turner (3) was again their main source of goals. A third quarter onslaught which saw the Bombers kick nine unanswered goals was the catalyst in the win. Both sides are now on an even keel, with a 3-1 record this season. You don’t hear it very often. But ninth place Parkdale has managed to knock off ladder leaders Peninsula, handing the Pirates their first (shock) loss for the year. The Pirates started slowly, succumbing to the Vultures’ ravenous pressure, never really getting a stranglehold over their opponents for the four quarters. Gleeson (6) was a shining light for the Pirates, kicking more than half their score. However it was Parkdale’s ability to find multiple avenues to goal in the wet conditions that proved influential (Dillon 5, Boland 2, Platt 2, Tobin 2). Parkdale were able to gain the ascendency in the second half, kicking four goals against the breeze in the third term, to deflate the home side. With momentum on their side, Platt and Hampton clicked into overdrive in the last PREMIER C — TIPS IN BOLD (YEARS TOTAL 13 / 65%) Hampton Rovers v Peninsula Monash Blues v Marcellin PEGS v Banyule Oakleigh v Parkdale Vultures Old Camberwell v Ormond

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quarter willing their side to a memorable 33 point victory, their first for the year. The Pirates were left to rue a ‘lack of effort’ according to Coach Claringbold, despite the best efforts of Skipper Stu Grigg and Stef Barbour who worked tirelessly in the centre all day. Banyule are still chasing that elusive first win, after another second half fadeout cost them. The Bears were overrun by an inaccurate Oakleigh side, going down by 51 points. Giles and Hay were instrumental for the Bears, while Smith, Skicko and O’Donnell all kicked two goals apiece, doing their best to keep their side in the contest. With the Krushers up by two points at three quarter the game was poised for a grandstand finish. But Oakleigh had other ideas, they booted 7.8 for the term, nullifying the impact of the Banyule forwards, keeping them to one solitary behind. Tolongs and Paola played starring roles up forward for the Krushers, each contributing with four majors, while captain Cleary was a standout in the second half. The Bears will no doubt be calling for a consistent four quarter effort this weekend, having shown

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In what shapes as the match of the round, the winner of this game will sit at the top of the table. Both sides Peninsula and the Hampton Rovers will be determined to get back on the winners list, but I think Peninsula possess more class and polish. Meanwhile across at Frearson Oval I think Monash will employ their defensive strategies to negate the scoreboard impact of the Eagles. PEGS are on a roll at the moment and I don’t expect a Banyule roadblock to affect their momentum. Oakleigh can string three consecutive wins together, when they account for a young and ever threatening Parkdale side. While Ormond should take the honours in a tight tussle at Gordon Barnard, over Old Camberwell.

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Oakleigh 2.2, 4.7, 9.13, 16.21 (117) Banyule 4.4, 6.8, 9.11, 9.12 (66) GOALS, Oakleigh: S. Tolongs 4, J. Paola 4, D. Cleary 2, L. Hard 2, G. Bennett 2, T. Scott 1, A. Valentini 1 Banyule: B. Smith 2, C. Skicko 2, L. O’Donnell 2, A. Barclay 1, D. McDonald 1, R. Williams 1 BEST, Oakleigh: D. Cleary, S. Tolongs, A. Valentini, B. Wass, G. Bennett, L. Hard Banyule: L. Giles, R. Hay, R. Williams, M. Christian, T. Valvo, D. Cumberland Marcellin 3.2, 6.3, 11.7, 15.8 (98) Old Camberwell 4.4, 6.4, 8.4, 10.7 (67) GOALS, Marcellin: J. Antypas 3, S. McPherson 3, S. Abrahams 2, M. Abrahams 1, D. Bolger 1, J. Bortolotto 1, M. Gasparini 1, S. Gill 1, A. Beaini 1, J. Carlson 1 Old Camberwell: N. Tsindos 2, T. Allwright 2, S. Killworth 1, S. Needham 1, J. Duke 1, J. Howells 1, N. Adamson 1, R. Campbell 1 BEST, Marcellin: S. Abrahams, A. Beaini, J. Carlson, N. Crosbie, M. Gasparini, S. Considine Old Camberwell: P. Bennett, S. Bennett, R. Kapoor, R. Campbell, J. Duke, M. Powell Ormond 4.1, 7.5, 9.8, 10.9 (69) Monash Blues 0.2, 2.6, 6.10, 8.11 (59) GOALS, Ormond: J. Simon 2, S. Blandford 2, J. Tabakman 2, D. Bailey 1, I. Tahana 1, L. Upstill 1, S. Ashton 1 Monash Blues: G. Taylor 3, J. Meade 1, M. Davidson 1, J. Ledin 1, J. Cosgriff 1, E. Flanagan 1 BEST, Ormond: S. Blandford, L. Upstill, J. Simon, H. Simon, T. Blackburn, H. Jacobs Monash Blues: G. Gillian, S. Baring, G. Taylor, J. Taylor, B. Amberg, L. Inglis PEGS 4.3, 8.7, 17.10, 19.12 (126) Hampton Rovers 1.0, 4.1, 5.2, 9.10 (64) GOALS, P E G S: D. Forrest 10, B. Hannah 3, T. Black 2, T. Skurrie 1, B. Jones 1, C. Tzambazis 1, D. Flaherty 1 Hampton Rovers: E. Turner 3, M. Devereaux 2, J. Ting 2, K. Pinto 1, M. Care 1 BEST, P E G S: S. McCann, D. Forrest, J. Pound, B. Jones, D. Flaherty, B. Hannah Hampton Rovers: J. Ting, M. Devereaux, A. McNeil, M. Care, B. Traeger-Haig, J. Wilson Parkdale Vultures 3.4, 7.5, 11.6, 15.10 (100) Peninsula 2.3, 6.6, 9.9, 9.13 (67) GOALS, Parkdale: C. Dillon 5, C. Tobin 2, T. Boland 2, L. Platt 2, P. Sullivan 1, B. Hampton 1, M. Graham 1, N. Ng 1 Peninsula: J. Gleeson 6, S. Barbour 1, G. Fletcher 1, L. Keon 1 BEST, Parkdale Vultures: L. Platt, B. Hampton, C. Dillon, P. Sullivan, D. Price Peninsula: B. Southam, S. Grigg, N. Fisher, J. Gleeson, S. Barbour, T. Feldgen

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glimpses of what they are capable of, without sustaining it.

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Oakleigh 2.5, 3.6, 6.10, 10.11 (71) Banyule 1.1, 3.1, 6.3, 9.8 (62) GOALS, Oakleigh: T. Golik 3, J. Paola 3, J. Hind 2, N. Miller 1, R. Gonzalez 1 Banyule: S. McKenzie 3, A. Hopgood 2, S. Tuckman 2, Z. Wenke 1, S. Hills 1 BEST, Oakleigh: J. Hind, W. Manning, M. Wass, J. Paola, A. Matthieson, M. Aranha Banyule: Z. Wenke, J. Grose, S. Hills, B. Kelly, P. Trovato, S. McKenzie Old Camberwell 5.2, 8.3, 12.4, 16.6 (102) Marcellin 2.2, 5.3, 6.7, 6.10 (46) GOALS, Old Camberwell: D. De Sanctis 9, C. McLaughlin 2, T. Schipper 1, T. Sheehan 1, H. Crothers 1, B. Dean 1, M. Cottrell 1 Marcellin: M. Beayni 2, A. Coburn 1, M. Mc Coll 1, S. Kemp 1, S. Crapper 1 BEST, Old Camberwell: C. Young, H. Crothers, C. McLaughlin, D. De Sanctis, L. McMillan, B. Cottrell Marcellin: T. Black, T. Cullen, M. Mc Coll, D. Coloe, H. Lee, A. Coburn Ormond 6.1, 9.3, 13.7, 18.10 (118) Monash Blues 1.3, 3.4, 4.4, 4.6 (30) GOALS, Ormond: B. Atkins 4, N. Manning 3, D. MacHin 3, J. Holdsworth 2, T. Naylor 2, S. McCooke 1, D. Frazier 1, W. Cove 1, M. Bannan 1 Monash Blues: N. Burri 2, H. Stephenson 1, J. McKenzie 1 BEST, Ormond: N. Manning, J. Cukierman, S. McCooke, S. Holten, C. Pymm, J. Holdsworth Monash Blues: D. Meehan, B. Tilley, J. Samuels, J. Cockburn, C. Godsil, D. Harris PEGS 4.3, 5.4, 6.8, 8.10 (58) Hampton Rovers 2.2, 3.5, 4.8, 5.9 (39) GOALS, P E G S: H. Braden 1, S. Dale 1, N. Karikas 1, M. Fahey 1, D. Podger 1, H. Federico 1, J. Marr 1, S. Tibbits 1 Hampton Rovers: C. Long 2, N. Jewell 1, S. Kidd 1, M. Short 1 BEST, P E G S: M. Fahey, L. Fitzgerald, N. Karikas, B. Briggs, J. Watson, A. Frazer Hampton Rovers: K. McNeil, S. Anderson, N. Jewell, M. Dynon, T. Cougan, M. Short Peninsula 5.5, 7.6, 7.8, 9.11 (65) Parkdale Vultures 1.1, 3.3, 6.3, 7.7 (49) GOALS, Peninsula: S. Cain 3, S. Murray 1, J. Wilkins 1, L. Baker 1, J. Owens 1, T. Grigg 1, T. Stainforth 1 Parkdale Vultures: M. Hayes 2, R. Irvine 1, M. O’Connor 1, D. Kelly 1, J. Waters 1, S. L’Huillier 1 BEST, Peninsula: T. Stainforth, A. Brockley, A. Anson, S. Cain, S. Murray, L. Baker Parkdale Vultures: M. Hayes, D. Graham, D. Kelly, J. Waters, T. Kight, B. Wapling

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9:00 am VAFA Footy Show Hosted by Andrew Leonard and John Kanis. Plus a rotating panel of VAFA experts discussing all the big issues of the week.

1.45 pm VAFA Match of the Day Live broadcast of Old Xaverians v Collegians from Toorak Park. Plus all the around the ground scores as the season commences!

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Results of Tribunal – 6 May 2014 John Marks, Old Brighton (Thirds). Misconduct, 1 match. *Richard Gee, Mazenod (Under-19). Audible obscenity towards an umpire, 2 matches. *Christopher Fiorile, Therry Penola (Under-19). Kicking, 3 matches. *James Wilson, Canterbury (Reserves). Striking, 2 matches. *John Marks, Old Brighton (Thirds). Kicking, 3 matches. *Benjamin Trivett, Old Brighton (Thirds). Unreasonably rough conduct, 3 matches. *Accepted Prescribed penalty.

Results of Investigations Old Haileybury and St Kevins minor, Premier C thirds match on 3 May. Both clubs accepted prescribed penalty. Old Haileybury $150, St. Kevins OB $250.

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FOR THE LOVE OF THE GAME

WOMEN’S ROUND SPECIALS Most VAFA home clubs host a lunch on any given weekend but the wider VAFA community should feel proud of the fact that the effort and attention given to lunches this weekend steps up a level. For many clubs their Ladies Lunch or Mother’s Day Lunch is their biggest of the year and the caliber of guest speakers and embracing of the women both directly and indirectly involved with their club. This weekend’s Women’s Round is no exception with more than 1000 ladies to attend lunches across the VAFA. With not all clubs having a home game this weekend some like Elsternwick had their ladies lunch last weekend. It was a first for the Wicks but nonetheless 35 ladies turned up to the themed Ladies Health and Wellbeing Lunch which had a strong focus on Multiple Sclerosis (MS) and Arthritis as a member of the club has the debilitating disease MS. Below are some details about all the lunches that will be held today and next week. OLD TRINITY have held a Mother’s Day Lunch for many years and this year, Sigrid Thornton is their guest speaker with the room booked for 100 of Old Trinity’s finest ladies.

stars Danica Erard plus David Jones Highpoint manager Kendal Tanti and a DJ’s team, who will “style” club mother Danielle Spence and her daughter Lauren into true fashionistas. There will be gift bags for all the ladies too. UNI BLUES are having their Blue Birds Ladies Lunch on their home game on May 24th with Laura McLachlan (wife of the new AFL CEO Gillon) and Kay Watts (son of the current captain Jack) as their guest speakers. The reason for the bump is this week is their 2004 A Grade Premiership Reunion Lunch and the Blues have secured ‘Football’s First Lady” Caroline Wilson as their guest speaker. HAMPTON ROVERS have always been proactive around Women’s round and this year is no exception with their website www. hamptonrovers.com.au being turned pink for the week. Australian 800m champion, Kelly Hetherington, will be guest speaker at the Rovers lunch sold out lunch of 150 and the lunch will be supporting Zaidees Rainbow Foundation. The players will run out in rainbow shoelaces to support the cause too. Everyone will receive a gift pack thanks to a couple of club sponsors. SOUTH MELBOURNE DISTRICTS also have a great day lined up for their annual Ladies Lunch with plenty of door prizes and show bags for all the ladies in attendance. Their guest speaker is Jacquie Sharples, Owner of Carpe Diem Wellbeing and Author of “If Your Body Could Talk”. OLD SCOTCH are hosting a Mother’s Day Brunch with Journalist and Columnist, Corrie Perkin and mother of past player Will Carter will be the guest speaker. The Cardinals have a strong female presence on their committee and continue to promote the ladies at the club.

Lisa Burquest and sons, mother of 5 who has 3 boys playing at the club

ST BERNARD’S ’Beauty on Rose Mothers and Ladies Lunch’ is another 220 strong sell out. St Bernard’s have hosted a ladies lunch each of the past three years and the success keeps building. Their special guests are: Milliner to the 10

OLD CAREY is hosting the girlfriends, sister’s, wives, friends and above all MOTHERS of the club for a relaxing lunch with champagne for all. The guest speakers will be Robbie Flower, former Melbourne captain, Best and Fairest and member of the Team of the Century, as well as Jess Wood, a member of the club who is raising awareness for Endometriosis and Adenomyosis. THE AMATEUR FOOTBALLER 2014


PETA SEARLE MAKING HEADLINES

We wrote a few weeks ago about St Kevin’s Old Boys taking on the services of decorated player and coach Peta Searle as their defensive coach working with Daniel Harford. Since then, there have been a number of articles in the paper about Peta’s efforts to make it to the next level of coaching after financial reasons forced her to give up her high profile VFL job as an assistant coach at Port Melbourne. New AFL CEO Gillon McLachlan addressed the issue of great female

involvement in the game in a number of the media interviews he conducted and he was effusive in his praise for women in the game and motivation of the AFL to continue to grow in providing opportunities for women at all levels. Whilst Peta explores her next options in coaching, St Kevin’s OB and indeed the VAFA are thrilled to have her knowledge and expertise in our competition.

VAFA TIPPING UPDATE

20/24 – great tipping!; In Division 4 Squirter has tops the charts with 18/20 to date.

You may or may not be aware of the VAFA Tipping Competition online at vafa.com.au/ tipping. At present more than 200 tipsters have signed up to the competition to take part in at least on of the seven senior sections where a competition exists. Most of the tipsters are actually in all seven sections and it is not too late to enter. If you have missed round then you receive the away teams for each week so if you enter the Premier Section competition you could be 4th in the overall competition so far. At present VAFA CEO Michael Sholly is currently leading the way in Premier Section with 11 out of the 15 matches to date. In Premier B, three tipsters are on 14/20; Premier C has a sole leader Robbo is a flog on 15/20; Division 1 has five tipsters sharing the lead with 14/20; Speeds57 is leading Division 2 on 17/20 and Division 3 with THE AMATEUR FOOTBALLER 2014

All competitions have a prize pack including a Kangaroo Brand Sherrin, ticket to a Grand Final of their choice and voucher to spend at the finals at Sportscover Arena.

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LOVE THE GAME FORFOR THETHE LOVE OFOF THE GAME

VAFA GOES RACING IT was great to see the VAFA influence on four races at Caulfield last weekend. Tying together two loves in Melbourne, VAFA footy and racing is something many in the VAFA community are familiar with. Whilst not quite the quaddie, there were strong VAFA connections in the first four races of the day. Former Old Camberwell President Phil Cramer’s company sponsored Race 1 the Charter Keck Cramer Handicap.

VAFA treasurers William Buck, sponsored Race 2, the William Buck Plate. VAFA major sponsor Sportscover celebrated their longstanding partnership with the VAFA by sponsoring Race 3 with the Sportscover Insures VAFA Plate. Finally Old Xaverians supporter John ‘Bluey’ Conlan’s Sky High Mount Dandenong restaurant sponsored a Race 4 in the Sky High Mount Dandenong Stakes.

LUNCHES MAKE HEADLINES With all of the ladies lunches taking place today, don’t be surprised if you see coverage of one of them in the mainstream media like Fitzroy’s lunch last weekend. Fitzroy not only hosted their usual number of sponsors and supporters plus visiting club Old Carey but their special guests included one Federal and two state politicians plus former state politician and Carlton premiership ruckman Justin Madden. Read the full article from The Age last week to the right.

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TURNING PINK FOR WOMEN’S ROUND Turning everything pink may be a stereotype but it is one that has certainly been embraced, particularly by the various breast cancer charities. The VAFA is no exception, as all out social media profile logos have gone pink to promote VAFA Women’s round. Some clubs are in on the act too. As mentioned above, Hampton

Rovers have turned their whole website pink whilst Kew will wear pink jumpers this round. Old Melburnians match hosting Old Haileybury will be played using one of the Breast Cancer Network Australia’s special edition Pink Sherrin footballs

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MILESTONES

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Congratulations to Old Camberwell’s ALEX MACKENZIE – “Macca” played his 250th game during Round 2. Alex joined the Wellers in 1999 with an U19 premiership. He started playing Seniors in 2000 and played in the 2001 Reserves Premiership, and was made a life member in 2009 after playing 200 games. He was captain of the Reserves in 2002 and from 2007-2009, and runner up in the B&F in 2010. He is a stalwart of the club, and we hope that he continues to play on for the club record! Well done Macca!

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Congratulations to Glen Eira’s DANIEL EADE – Daniel has played in both Seniors and Reserves, and has won multiple Best and Fairest and goal kicking awards in the Reserves. Well done on your 200th game for the Saints.

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Congratulations to Collegians’ NICK RIES – Nick went “home” to Collegians after a very successful career with Hawthorn and a brief stint in the EFL. He is admired within the Collegians community, and his professionalism and commitment have been outstanding. A two time Premiership player, as captain he held the cup aloft in 2012. Nick, thank you for the contribution you have made to your club and we wish you all the best going forward.

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Congratulations to Uni Blacks’ ADAM PITT – Adam’s evolution from a stayat-home forward to a towering premiership centre half back has been a joy to witness. Having come from the Under 19s, ‘The Monster’ is a popular clubman who combines his social committee and Black Spot hosting roles with tremendous onfield leadership. He is also a YouTube sensation, having won VAFA Mark of The Year in 2012. Congratulations Pitto.

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Congratulations to Beaumaris’ JACK RICHTER – Jack began at Beaumaris juniors in 2000 and has worn the blue and gold ever since. A loyal and ruthless member of the club, his passion has seen him assisting the tribunal with their enquiries on a number of occasions. A man who openly wears his heart on his sleeve, he has been a great servant of the club. Well done Jack on 100 games. He joins his father on the honour board at the club.

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Congratulations to Oakleigh’s BLAKE GRIZZELL – Blake played his 50th game against Old Camberwell. He was recruited from Oakleigh YFC and played his first game against Williamstown Under 18’s in Round 3, 2011.

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Congratulations to Oakleigh’s JAKE BENOITON – Jake played his 50th game against Ormond Under 19’s. He was recruited from Oakleigh YFC and played his first game against Therry Penola Under 18’s in Round 2, 2011.

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Congratulations to Oakleigh’s BADEN WASS – Baden played his 50th Senior game against Banyule. He was recruited from Kingborough Tigers and played his first Senior game against Beaumaris in Round 3, 2009.

GET VAFA LIVE SCORES ON YOUR MOBILE ON YOUR PHONE: http://livescores.vafa.com.au/ Every Saturday, anyone with a smartphone will have the capability to access live scores from all thirty-six senior VAFA games. The home timekeeper at each senior game will clock the game on an iPhone or iPad and update the scores as they happen. And whether you are at the game, at the races, in the garden, holidaying in Paris or working in London, you will always know the score. Do you get annoyed when people call you to find out progress scores? That is a thing of the past. Tell them to do exactly as you are about to do . . . 1. Grab your iPhone, iPad, Blackberry, Samsung or other smartphone. 2. Tap the icon to enter your web browser. 3. Go this URL - http://livescores.vafa.com.au/ 4. Follow the prompts to save and to add to homescreen or as a favourite site in your browser. 5. Tap the logo and scroll down to to see the Live Scores every Saturday and Sunday of the season, updated as they happen.

You can also follow these scores from all 36 senior games live on vafa.com.au

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James Reid

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BLOCKBUSTER FIZZLES The scheduled top of the table clash between last year’s preliminary finalists, Williamstown CYMS and the Division 2 Premiers, Therry Penola had all the hallmarks of a Channel 7 Friday Night blockbuster clash, albeit minus the Daisy Thomas and Mick Malthouse factor. And the hype wasn’t unwarranted as the potency of each side’s attack in the first three rounds had us all salivating. However, just as Collingwood had done against Carlton, the Lions made a mockery of this blockbuster status. Therry Penola decimated the CY’s and with that earned a one game advantage and more than a 100% lead on their closest rival. Only four rounds into the season and the Lions have captured a potentially insurmountable position. Can anyone catch Therry Penola? From the outset Therry Penola made a farce of the main bout, kicking five goals to none in the first quarter and would bully Williamstown CYMS for the remainder of the match. The CY’s could only manage four goals for the game, while the Lions’ Jarrod Bannister would beat them off his own boot, ending the day with eight goals. After halftime, Therry extended their lead beyond the half-century mark as they hammered home another six. The cue was put in the rack scoringwise from here, but Therry’s defensive efforts to keep Williamstown goalless for yet another quarter is a frightening prospect for the rest of the section. Defensively and offensively Therry Penola has an overwhelming edge as Jarrod Egglestone was awarded best on ground for the victors. NOBS/St Pats moved to a 3-1 record and claimed second on the ladder after they knocked off fellow Division 1 newcomers Yarra Valley. The first quarter proved the deciding one as the NOBs made use of the then dry conditions with a fast start of five goals, to lead by 20-points at term’s end. The second quarter saw wet and drizzly conditions settle in which Yarra Valley adapted to quicker, but couldn’t capitalise on their dominance. The Bushrangers kicked 1.7 for the term and the halftime deficit of 14-points could very well have been their advantage. The rest of the matchup was a scramble as Yarra Valley again 16

had their opportunities, all for NOBSPC to steady and increase the margin. The combine kept in front throughout proceedings thanks to Nick Holt who was impassable in defence, while big man Peter Shepherd continued his stellar form leading NOBS/St Pats to an 18-point win. Prahran Assumption returned to a re-opened Toorak Park, where they ran over familiar rivals Old Geelong. The Two Blues didn’t waste any time renewing their love with Toorak Park, as they drilled four goals straight past their rivals, who managed only one in return. Following a lull in the second quarter, Prahran Assumption turned it on once again in the third, controlling almost all of the possession but were somewhat wasteful in front of goal, to lead by 27-points going into the last. They didn’t make the same mistakes in the fourth term as Prahran Assumption nailed home seven goals to win by 59-points. Adam Sleight and Trent Rogers were on the receiving end of the Two Blues’ midfield supremacy with four and three goals respectively. Whitefriars proved too strong for a disappointing Old Mentonians, whose youth had shown positive signs but yet again couldn’t produce for the full four quarters. Whitefriars didn’t give the young OMFC a sniff early as they kept them goalless for the first quarter and slotted four goals themselves. The second and third terms would have been worrying times for the Friars and their supporters as they continually missed opportunities to bury the Panthers. Whitefriars managed only 1.6 in the second and their advantage was slipping in the third, Old Mentonians were in with a chance. To the Friars credit though, they stepped it up in the last, kicking four goals and sealing a 40-point victory. Hayden Cotsford earned best on honours as Prahran Assumption surge into fourth spot. DIVISION 1 — TIPS IN BOLD (YEARS TOTAL 14 / 70%) NOBS/St Pats v Whitefriars Old Geelong v Williamstown CYMS Yarra Valley v Prahran Assumption Therry Penola v Bulleen Templestowe Old Mentonians v MHSOB

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MHSOB secured their first win of the season as they held off Bulleen Templestowe at home. The wet weather greatly affected both teams as clean possessions and easy shots at goal were hard to come by. The Bullants were the more accurate of the two in the opening proceedings, kicking four goals to two. The Unicorns would take this claim in the second as they managed four of their own to lead by 8-points at halftime. The lead grew to 16-points by the final change, but in difficult conditions MHSOB were in the box seat. Bulleen Templestowe didn’t make it easy for the home side, as they charged home with four goals, but it wasn’t enough, the Unicorns held on to win by 8-points. Nicolaus Campell’s three vital goals proved the difference and he was bestowed the B.O.G.

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NOBS/St Pats 5.3, 6.4, 10.5, 11.7 (73) Yarra Valley 2.1, 3.8, 6.8, 7.13 (55) GOALS, NOBS/St Pats: B. Holland 3, M. Keown 2, C. Horsley 2, T. Weaver 2, P. Shepherd 1, J. Nettlefold 1 Yarra Valley: S. Donald 2, R. Pollard 1, S. Yeo 1, B. Trend 1, C. Hodgens 1, S. Collie 1 BEST, NOBS/St Pats: N. Holt, P. Shepherd, P. Kelly, B. Holland, C. Horsley, J. Nettlefold Yarra Valley: R. Pollard, B. Trend, A. Houghton, R. Amos, S. Yeo, D. Letson MHSOB 2.5, 6.10, 10.13, 12.18 (90) Bulleen Templestowe 4.6, 5.8, 8.9, 12.10 (82) GOALS, MHSOB: N. Campbell 3, B. Smith 2, D. Hamilton-Ho 2, L. Hood 2, A. Svirskis 1, J. Tran 1, S. Villani 1 Bulleen Templestowe: M. Considine 6, G. Chivers 2, A. Stavretis 2, J. Cowell 1, G. Cherbakof 1 BEST, MHSOB: N. Campbell, W. Taft, L. Hood, A. Svirskis, L. Campbell, D. Hamilton-Ho Bulleen Templestowe: R. Edsall, M. Pace, M. Considine, R. Greco, G. Cherbakof, D. Dakin Whitefriars 4.5, 5.11, 6.12, 10.14 (74) Old Mentonians 0.2, 2.5, 4.8, 4.10 (34) GOALS, Whitefriars: J. Daou 2, C. McDonald 2, M. Nitas 2, T. Hutton 1, D. Di Bartolomeo 1, S. Currie 1, T. Woodman 1 Old Mentonians: R. Tunbridge 2, B. Robertson 2 BEST, Whitefriars: H. Cotsford, M. Nitas, C. McFadyen, G. Moyle, R. Mattinson, L. Kaldor Old Mentonians: E. Macquire, S. Cormie, K. Smith-Cameron, B. Norton, B. Rossi, C. Johnstone Prahran Assumption 4.0, 6.4, 9.10, 16.13 (109) Old Geelong 1.2, 2.2, 5.7, 7.8 (50) GOALS, Prahran Assumption: A. Sleight 4, J. Robbins 3, P. Harris 2, J. Musster 1, A. Dean 1, T. Maya 1, G. Hogarth 1, T. Rogers 1, M. Wall 1, J. Grigg 1 Old Geelong: A. Bird 2, S. Hughes 1, P. Lynch 1, J. Bell 1, B. Dean 1, C. O’Brien 1 BEST, Prahran Assumption: J. Simonetta, N. Costin, T. Rogers, A. Sleight, J. Panagiotaros, T. Keaney Old Geelong: C. O’Brien, S. Hughes, A. Stewart, X. Shiels, N. Hardie-Grant, N. O’Hare Therry Penola 5.1, 7.4, 13.7, 15.10 (100) Williamstown CYMS 0.1, 2.3, 4.4, 4.6 (30) GOALS, Therry Penola: J. Bannister 8, C. Bannister 3, J. Egglestone 2, M. Lyons 1, M. Costello 1 Williamstown CYMS: K. Scown 1, B. Gray 1, R. Joy 1, J. Hogarth 1 BEST, Therry Penola: J. Egglestone, J. Bannister, D. Ryan, M. Heard, D. Grant, M. Lyons Williamstown CYMS: L. Molan, S. McVernon, N. Holdsworth, T. Johnstone, N. Blackney, K. Scown

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This week, NOBS/St Pats host Whitefriars at Alec Gillon Oval, the NOBs will retain their second place on the ladder and get the win at home. Williamstown CYMS travel to Old Geelong’s Como Park, both out to redeem themselves but expect the CY’s to come out firing and earn the four points. Yarra Valley plays Prahran Assumption, the Two Blues class will be too much for the 1-3 YVOBFC. Therry Penola faces Bulleen Templestowe, the Lions to roll the Bullants comfortably. Old Mentonians meet MHSOB at the Mentone Grammar Playing Fields, the two desperately need the victory to keep in touch with the competition. Picking the young OMFC to pip MHSOB for the win.

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Yarra Valley 4.2, 7.7, 12.11, 17.12 (114) NOBS/St Pats 1.1, 4.2, 5.2, 6.3 (39) GOALS, Yarra Valley: B. Seeger 4, N. Pask 3, C. Trend 3, M. Letson 2, C. Johnson 1, A. Whetham 1, J. Hall 1, J. Rast 1, H. Cooper 1 NOBS/St Pats: M. Rapa 3, D. King 1, J. Murfett 1, A. Rafei 1 BEST, Yarra Valley: G. Coutts, M. Letson, N. Pask, A. Russell, N. Berry, D. Mills NOBS/St Pats: J. Hunter, T. Emmett, M. Rapa, J. Williams, J. Wright, J. Murfett Bulleen Templestowe 4.3, 6.7, 8.10, 13.17 (95) MHSOB 1.2, 1.5, 6.7, 8.9 (57) GOALS, Bulleen Templestowe: D. Florance 4, D. Tonelli 2, A. Verga 2, C. Galapi 1, A. Lauria 1, C. Minkou 1, N. Nassios 1, P. Tsokas 1 MHSOB: N. Hawking 6, Y. Planche 1, T. Crossland 1 BEST, Bulleen Templestowe: A. Verga, D. Florance, L. Shiel, P. Tsokas, N. Nassios, C. Minkou MHSOB: N. Hawking, B. Morrow, W. Colman , M. Bowen, K. McDonald, L. Toman Whitefriars 5.5, 6.9, 12.13, 15.16 (106) Old Mentonians 0.4, 1.6, 2.6, 2.6 (18) GOALS, Whitefriars: T. Chivers 5, D. Di Staso 3, G. Zerbi 1, J. Urbano 1, B. Stafford 1, A. Mazzone 1, C. Crimmins 1, M. Pelosi 1, A. Daou 1 Old Mentonians: N. Imlach 2 BEST, Whitefriars: T. Chivers, B. Stafford, C. Crimmins, A. Mazzone, D. Holland, D. Di Staso Old Mentonians: N. Imlach, J. Harrison, J. Paul, D. Hull, J. Lee, T. Cashion Old Geelong 4.3, 7.5, 10.8, 17.10 (112) Prahran Assumption 1.2, 2.4, 3.5, 5.7 (37) GOALS, Old Geelong: T. Osmond 3, T. Claeys 3, R. de Crespigny 2, R. Herd 2, S. Lansdell 1, T. Wigan 1, J. Whitelaw 1, R. Kemp 1, J. Dunell 1, N. Betts 1, D. Sahlstrom 1 Prahran Assumption: R. Ellis 4, M. Radywonik 1 BEST, Old Geelong: J. Bailey, N. Betts, T. Fyshe, A. De Fegely, R. de Crespigny, R. Kemp Prahran Assumption: A. Talbot, T. Webb, M. Radywonik, B. Field, S. Durnan, H. Pitts Williamstown CYMS 1.4, 4.4, 5.7, 7.8 (50) Therry Penola 2.1, 5.2, 7.4, 7.6 (48) GOALS, Williamstown CYMS: M. Sultana 3, S. Barlow 2, M. Venosta 1, N. Bratby 1 Therry Penola: R. Steer 2, A. Nicolaou 1, J. Quinn 1, P. McCrae 1, M. Valenti 1, A. Kowalski 1 BEST, Williamstown CYMS: J. Gialamatzis, L. Forrester, N. Bratby, N. Knapman, D. Toscas, J. Hatfield Therry Penola: S. Robertson, D. Blake, G. Widdicombe, R. Steer, A. Nicolaou, M. Pell

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DIVISION 2

Brenton Mann

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WICKS SHELLSHOCK TURTLES Last Saturday presented; players, coaches, umpires and fans alike their first taste of traditional wet weather football for the year. It was a stark contrast to the mid to low 20s we had all been enjoying as the winter chill swept across Melbourne adjustments to game style and attire had to be made. The long sleeve jumpers were dusted off. For the fair skinned and ginger topped, the sunscreen and zinc were not required and the requests for rubdowns took a dramatic spike. Some say that the most skilful teams and players show their wares with a bit of water underfoot, while others believe it bridges the gap between the skilled and those less talented outfits. On early season form it could be argued this was the case in the game between Elsternwick and Old Eltham. The Wicks staged the upset of the year as they ran over the top of the more fancied Turtles and sent a shock through Div 2. It highlighted that attitude and intent are key factors when it comes to football...especially when the heavens open up. Whether it was the resting of players or players thinking it was just going to happen, the intent and desire of the Wicks far surpassed that of their top four opponent. With their first home game of the year, Elsternwick started the day on a great note with more than 40 ladies turning out for their “Ladies Lunch” which translated to a heightened mood in the Wicks’ change-room. With a win extremely overdue for the club, Elsternwick’s intent and desire for the contest was evident from the get go. The first quarter was an arm wrestle. Both sides finished the with four goals apiece, with the Wicks holding a narrow two point advantage. The second term however was a different story. The Wicks led superbly by Aaron Thornton with five goals for the quarter slammed on seven goals to zero and took a commanding 42 point lead into the main break. The Turtles were rattled, with undisciplined acts resulting in goals and they found themselves in unfamiliar territory. Old Eltham came out in the second half with a different mindset and kicked eight goals to four for the half but it was simply too little too late. The Wicks held on for memorable 13 18

point win and gained much needed momentum to take into this week. At East Caulfield Reserve, Monash Gyphons hosted a St Johns side that was looking to put last week’s performance against Kew behind them and get their season back on an even keel. To the JOCs credit, apart from a momentary lapse late in the first quarter they did just that. With a greater emphasis put on the defensive side of their game, St Johns held Monash to four goals for the game and goalless for the second half. The game was set-up with a scintillating seven goal second quarter and in patchy conditions it put beyond doubt. St Johns simply out ran, out pressured and out worked the Gryphons who were simply no match for a side keen to have an impact in 2014. For Monash it was another trying day and Elsternwick away this week could be another tough assignment. St Mary’s percentage took a nice boost after recording a resounding 164 point win over a hapless Glen Eira. With Ferndale Park bathed in sunshine the Saints of St Mary’s Salesian started slowly, mainly due to a resolute Saints of Glen Eira defence. A three goal lead to SMS (perhaps a new nickname of the text messages?) at the first change, was a good reflection on Glen Eira’s will to work for eachother. Unfortunately for Glen Eira... that is where the rearguard stopped. An inaccurate St Mary’s took control of the game for the next three quarters and put the cellar dwellers of Div 2 to the sword. Glen Eira had to wait until early in the last for their first major as Daniel Entwistle converted his set-shot only to spend most of the quarter watching on as St Mary’s slammed on 8.2 to salute in style. Old Paradians jumped into the top four after a nailDIVISION 2 — TIPS IN BOLD (YEARS TOTAL 16 / 80%) Elsternwick v Monash Gryphons Old Paradians v Old Eltham Ivanhoe v St Johns South Melbourne Dist. v Glen Eira

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biting three point win over a developing South Melbourne Districts. After a disappointing round 1 performance, the Raiders have now won three on the trot and early indications suggest that they may not be a flash in the pan. In a low scoring affair, South Melbourne were on top for three quarters but failed at the last hurdle and missed a great opportunity to secure their second win of the year. For Old Paradians they go into this week’s game against top four counterpart Old Eltham in red hot form and a win could serve as a catalyst for the rest of their year. The renewing of an old rivalry was the plot theme as the undefeated Kew hosted Ivanhoe at

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Elsternwick 4.4, 11.7, 14.11, 15.11 (101) Old Eltham Collegians 4.2, 4.7, 7.14, 12.16 (88) GOALS, Elsternwick: A. Thornton 5, L. Yeatman 3, A. Patey 2, N. Withers 2, D. Convery 2, D. Grace 1 Old Eltham Collegians: M. Hargrave 5, C. Brown 2, T. Madden 1, L. Course 1, T. Woods 1, B. Switkowski 1, C. Mizzi 1 BEST, Elsternwick: D. Grace, K. Conrau, S. Buckley, C. Mahony, S. Convery, A. Oldfield Old Eltham Collegians: M. Hargrave, S. Pepyat, C. Brown, S. Whiteside, T. Madden, B. Strongman Kew 2.1, 5.6, 10.12, 13.15 (93) Ivanhoe 4.3, 5.3, 7.3, 10.7 (67) GOALS, Kew: T. Ahern 2, A. Brazzale 2, M. Waters 2, B. Droessler 2, C. Watts 1, J. Fultheim 1, R. Maibaum 1, M. Vlahos 1, P. Brough 1 Ivanhoe: M. Lovell 2, C. Traeger 2, Z. Mowat 2, T. Williamson 1, E. Robinson 1, P. Harris 1, R. Cotter 1 BEST, Kew: M. Waters, T. Leeds, S. Bishop, P. Brough, B. Droessler, K. Margaritis Ivanhoe: M. Skelly, M. Jacobs, T. O’Donnell, Z. Mowat, G. Francis, A. Koutsoukis St Johns 5.6, 12.10, 15.13, 19.16 (130) Monash Gryphons 3.3, 4.7, 4.11, 4.13 (37) GOALS, St Johns: L. O’Connor 3, R. Scott 3, C. Ladson 2, M. Phaedonos 2, M. Nicholson 2, S. Walker 2, G. Costas 1, K. Arnold 1, N. Chalk 1, D. O’Connor 1, A. Abela 1 Monash Gryphons: A. Erwin-Ross 2, T. Bye 1, A. Barrett 1 BEST, St Johns: C. Christiansen, B. Mann, L. O’Connor, D. O’Connor, N. Chalk, D. Camm Monash Gryphons: L. Pound, K. Cherian, L. Wells, D. Baxter, A. Barrett, B. Fullerton Old Paradians 1.2, 2.8, 7.11, 9.14 (68) South Melbourne Districts 3.5, 6.6, 8.9, 9.11 (65) GOALS, Old Paradians: J. Kappos 2, J. Kandilakis 2, D. Giddings 1, A. Asdagi 1, K. O’Brien 1, C. Kandilakis 1, M. Bellizia 1 South Melbourne Districts: S. Mahoney 3, S. Bradford 2, F. Tiernan 2, R. Kennedy 1, J. Clifford 1 BEST, Old Paradians: C. Kandilakis, M. Boundy, J. Kappos, S. Miller, D. Giddings, A. Gafa South Melbourne Districts: R. Chirgwin, D. Butler, R. Benson, A. Jolly, D. O’Dea, F. Tiernan St Mary’s Salesian 3.1, 10.12, 17.23, 25.25 (175) Glen Eira 0.1, 0.2, 0.4, 1.5 (11) GOALS, St Mary’s Salesian: L. Holmes 6, B. Andrews 4, N. Latsas 3, S. Jones 2, A. Dwyer 2, L. Kelly 1, D. Weetra 1, T. Dudgeon 1, J. Strangward 1, J. Rogers 1, B. Gatehouse 1, J. Dickinson 1, L. Childs 1 Glen Eira: D. Entwistle 1 BEST, St Mary’s Salesian: D. Weetra, T. Dudgeon, B. Gatehouse, N. Curwood, B. Andrews, J. Tanner Glen Eira: K. Harwood, L. Oliver, T. Richardson, M. Fletcher, H. Scholes, L. Pryde

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Victoria Park and a competitive battle ensued. A vocal and very committed crowd withstood and autumn chill and it was the visitors that handled the conditions better and took an early lead into quarter-time. Kew’s defence led by Leeds and Bishop held firm in the second and back to back goals to Tom Ahearn insured the Bears closed the gap by the main break. A five goal to two third term gave the hosts some much needed breathing space and ended up sealing a hard fought 26 point win which sees them still on top of the Division 2 ladder. The Bears face a severe test of how far they’ve come as they take on St Mary’s Salesian in a top of the table clash.

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Old Eltham Collegians 8.3, 16.10, 25.13, 37.16 (238) Elsternwick 0.0, 0.0, 0.0, 0.1 (1) GOALS, Old Eltham Collegians: Z. Tranter 10, J. Bevilacqua 5, B. Dummett 5, A. Coath 5, E. Mc Dowell 3, L. Pearson 3, S. Pannunzi 1, M. Makin 1, S. Stratford 1, P. Zumbo 1, Z. Cole 1, T. Wenborn 1 Elsternwick: BEST, Old Eltham Collegians: M. Makin, Z. Cole, J. Bevilacqua, T. Wenborn, R. Runco, P. Zumbo Elsternwick: C. Bennie-Faull, M. McKenna, C. O’Loughlin, I. Clark, J. De Waas, D. Cattigan Ivanhoe 4.3, 7.4, 10.8, 14.8 (92) Kew 1.0, 4.2, 5.6, 7.11 (53) GOALS, Ivanhoe: B. Bozanic 4, M. Gleeson 3, B. Zagontinos 2, D. Craig-Darroch 1, P. Ford 1, B. Fleming 1, B. Grigg 1, D. Diakoumakos 1 Kew: B. Woodhouse 3, D. Boehm 1, P. Norman 1, G. Evans 1, A. Smith 1 BEST, Ivanhoe: J. Chazan, C. Robinson, P. Ford, M. Gleeson, A. Biaggini, B. Bozanic Kew: P. Norman, P. Donaldson, M. Smith, A. Hawking, N. Tinetti, T. Chapman St Johns 0.4, 5.6, 10.8, 15.11 (101) Monash Gryphons 1.5, 5.6, 9.8, 9.10 (64) GOALS, St Johns: M. De Poilly 5, A. Stevanovic 3, D. Duggan 2, B. Khoweiss 1, M. Foti 1, P. Daou 1, S. Weir 1, C. West 1 Monash Gryphons: S. Lester 3, S. Abel 2, B. Prigg 1, D. O’Connor 1, V. Coffey 1, M. Keo 1 BEST, St Johns: D. Duggan, M. Foti, G. Ennis, B. Moldrich, R. Ladson, C. West Monash Gryphons: K. Johnsen, S. Kerr, S. Lester, A. Petsinis, A. Tirosh Old Paradians 3.3, 5.8, 5.8, 8.9 (57) South Melbourne Districts 0.1, 1.3, 5.6, 7.7 (49) GOALS, Old Paradians: J. Monro 3, A. Jolley 1, B. Holden 1, M. Raponi 1, A. White 1, A. Drossini 1 South Melbourne Districts: N. Hubble 2, A. Hibbert 2, K. Phongthai 1, A. Al Sharea 1, B. Cameron 1 BEST, Old Paradians: A. Iacona, S. Rehlicki, K. Barry, A. Serafin, B. Holden, A. Ziella South Melbourne Districts: N. Hubble, J. Corby, A. Hedge, A. Hibbert, M. East St Mary’s Salesian 4.7, 9.12, 14.16, 21.19 (145) Glen Eira 1.1, 1.1, 1.4, 1.6 (12) GOALS, St Mary’s Salesian: S. Gusts 7, A. Murphy 3, J. Evans 2, C. McMahon 2, A. Baird 2, L. Hawkins 1, M. Kruze 1, S. Crilly 1, S. Gatehouse 1, L. Addison 1 Glen Eira: J. Curtis 1 BEST, St Mary’s Salesian: A. Baird, L. Addison, J. Finlay, A. Murphy, J. Evans, S. Gusts Glen Eira: J. Higgins, C. Maddox, J. Haddan, O. Boukarroum, R. Beaini, J. Donnelly

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DIVISION 3

Kris Neil

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FINAL QUARTER PHENOMS For the second time in as many weeks, a Division 3 forward has taken the game into their own hands to spur their side to victory. Last week it was Aquinas’ Jack Price who piled on the goals in the last quarter while this week, Eley Park’s Noel Bahnsen kicked a staggering six final quarter majors to put the Vultures to the sword. In a season where teams are so evenly matched, a game-winning performance could be the difference between the last spot in the finals or an early footy trip. The only question for some clubs now is which weekend of September do they book their footy trip on? I digress, on to last week’s games…

REVIEW Aquinas d by Northern Blues by 11 The Northern Blues travelled to Ringwood where they defeated the Bloods by 11 points at Aquinas College. It was destined to be a close contest between the two sides with only percentage separating them prior to the match, however it was Northern who used their young legs in the latter stages to run away with the four points. The Blues received stellar performances from senior debutants Jacob O’Brien and Christian Useinov while Aquinas’ Callum Cormack and Jack Price’s combined seven goals couldn’t get their side over the line. Emmaus St Leos d South Mornington by 133 Emmaus got their first win of the season in a wellrounded four quarter effort, thumping South Mornington by 133 points at Bennettswood Sports Ground. The Animal’s 11 individual goal kickers were headed by 5 goals apiece to Christopher Beluszar and Daniel Hill. It’s amazing what a win like that can do as it moves Emmaus up to eighth on the ladder with a healthy percentage of 126%. Despite being unable to win in their first three games, Emmaus St Leo’s were always competitive and a win like this is a real confidence booster for their season. Richmond Central d Albert Park by 38 Richmond Central continued their winning ways, defeating Albert Park by 38 points at Kevin Bartlett Reserve. The Snakes led from start to finish in tough conditions on Yarra Boulevard, outmuscling 20

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the Falcons in the contests to give their forwards greater opportunities in front of goal. Thurwood and Demeo enjoyed an accurate day in front of the sticks, contributing eight goals to their teams’ 16 goals and 6 behinds. Richmond is now one of only two teams to remain undefeated through their first four games in the section. Power House d La Trobe University by 10 Power House extended their run of improved form, overcoming La Trobe University by ten points at Ross Gregory Oval. The Trobers will be disappointed in the loss after staging a fight-back in the third quarter that gave them a three-point lead into the final break. Collett kicked three for the home side and Leske was just one of a few good players for Power House. The win could kick-start a winning run for Ant Voyage’s side that face an inconsistent Albert Park and South Mornington in their next fortnight. Swinburne University d St Francis Xavier by 39 Swinburne University proved themselves as genuine contenders by defeating St Francis Xavier by 39 points at St. James Park. The win solidifies the Razorback’s place at the top of the Division 3 ladder with four consecutive wins in their first four matches. Swinburne had a nice spread of eight individual goal-kickers in the win with Jamie Lynn and Danny Manning combining for six of their 13. Joel Lenders continued his impressive run of form for the X-Men, being named as best on ground for the second consecutive week. Eley Park Sharks d UHS-VU by 33 In the upset of the round, Eley Park ended UHS-VU’s winning streak with a 33-point win at Whitehorse Reserve. Noel Bahnsen was on fire for the Sharks in the victory, kicking eight goals – six of which came in the final quarter - to bring his tally to 23 goals in four games. Grant Deacon and David Viola were also instrumental in defence for the Sharks, while Russell Matthews was gallant in the loss for the Vultures. DIVISION 3 — TIPS IN BOLD (YEARS TOTAL 19 / 79%) Northern Blues v Emmaus St Leos Swinburne University v Aquinas Albert Park v Power House La Trobe University v Eley Park Sharks South Mornington v St Francis Xavier UHS-VU v Richmond Central

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PREVIEW UHS-VU v Richmond Central The Vultures will need to play their best football to challenge Richmond in this battle between two of Division 3’s heavyweights. I’m tipping Marcus Goonan’s side to win by 3 goals. South Mornington v St Francis Xavier The X-Men were considered among the favourites in the section before the season began, but have struggled to put it together so far. However, they should have no trouble defeating South Mornington but they will need to find form quick smart to turn their season around. La Trobe University v Eley Park Sharks Eley Park sent a message to the competition last week by defeating UHS-VU and now find themselves hovering inside the top six. They will need to back

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Albert Park v Power House Power House and Albert Park have both shown glimpses of their true potential this season but have struggled to bring their A-game consistently. Form says Power House should take the points. Swinburne University v Aquinas Swinburne are yet to be seriously challenged this year so it’s hard to see them going down to Aquinas on their home turf. Swinburne by 5 goals. Northern Blues v Emmaus St Leos The Blues got the job done in tough conditions at Aquinas College last week and now find themselves sitting third on the ladder. They will need to be cautious coming up against the underrated Animals but should win at home.

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Northern Blues 0.7, 3.9, 8.12, 11.14 (80) Aquinas 2.2, 4.4, 8.7, 10.9 (69) GOALS, Northern Blues: M. Cigagna 2, T. Vuwai 2, D. Marcon 2, L. McRedmond 2, T. Beames 1, A. Farchione 1, C. Useinov 1 Aquinas: C. Cormack 4, J. Price 3, M. Jess 1, L. Toomey 1, B. O’Loughlin 1 BEST, Northern Blues: S. Slizankiewicz, J. Warwick, J. Thompson, C. Useinov, J. O’Brien, D. Cunningham Aquinas: L. Barnes, N. Morrison-Storey, C. Cormack, A. Guthrie, B. O’Loughlin, L. Toomey Eley Park Sharks 4.4, 5.4, 8.7, 15.8 (98) UHS-VU 2.5, 5.8, 6.10, 9.11 (65) GOALS, Eley Park Sharks: N. Bahnsen 8, J. Edlich 2, T. Sigalas 2, M. Boyall 1, C. Olson 1, M. Paolini 1 UHS-VU: R. Kirk 2, A. Kirk 1, R. Matthews 1, D. O’Brien 1, T. Barel 1, C. Jackson 1, N. Rowland 1, K. Benstead 1 BEST, Eley Park Sharks: G. Deacon, N. Bahnsen, D. Viola, C. Marsiglio, M. Paolini, M. Dyson UHS-VU: R. Matthews, C. Knight, N. Rowland, C. Kelly, A. Pincott, N. Devereux Emmaus St Leos 6.3, 10.10, 17.13, 24.15 (159) South Mornington 0.2, 1.2, 2.5, 3.8 (26) GOALS, Emmaus St Leos: D. Hill 5, C. Beluszar 5, B. Ellis 3, P. Baranello 3, N. Robin 2, A. McDougall 1, L. Virgo 1, W. Morris 1, A. Ballard 1, M. Davis 1, R. Harding 1 South Mornington: (not supplied) BEST, Emmaus St Leos: W. Morris, D. Hill, C. Beluszar, M. Lalor, N. Baranello, N. Robin South Mornington: (not supplied) Power House 2.4, 4.6, 5.10, 8.12 (60) La Trobe University 2.1, 3.5, 6.7, 7.10 (52) GOALS, Power House: A. Collett 3, T. Hinck 1, L. Stubbs 1, L. Johnston 1, D. Burnside 1, M. Duignan 1 La Trobe University: B. Hunt 2, D. Ryan 2, D. Weiss 1, L. Toohey 1, J. Roberts 1 BEST, Power House: B. Leske, L. Stubbs, S. Watson, T. Hinck, M. Devine, A. Collett La Trobe University: Z. Hussain, L. Toohey, C. Wells, J. Gibson, D. Weiss, B. Marshall Richmond Central 5.1, 10.3, 13.5, 16.6 (102) Albert Park 2.1, 4.1, 7.5, 9.10 (64) GOALS, Richmond Central: T. Thurwood 4, S. Demeo 4, J. Fahey 3, W. Bucci 1, A. Fiske 1, K. Schoenmaekers 1, P. Holland 1, D. Cannon 1 Albert Park: N. Sjostrom 3, S. Bermingham 2, R. Hayes 2, B. Kirchert 1, M. Smith 1 BEST, Richmond Central: J. Nicholson, G. Holland, S. Ward, D. Cannon, A. Fiske, P. Boyle Albert Park: H. Turner, N. Sjostrom, J. McCreery, R. Hayes, R. Schneider, J. Brick Swinburne University 4.3, 6.6, 9.7, 13.8 (86) St Francis Xavier 3.0, 6.2, 6.4, 7.5 (47) GOALS, Swinburne University: J. Lynn 3, D. Manning 3, R. Lugg 2, J. Curran 1, A. Hyman 1, A. Woodhead 1, M. Manning 1, J. Bunge 1 St Francis Xavier: T. Finck 2, D. Scott 2, J. Lenders 1, P. Tucker 1, T. Burns 1 BEST, Swinburne University: L. Dalton, A. Woodhead, E. Black, R. Lugg, N. Mauran, J. Curran St Francis Xavier: J. Lenders, C. Hughes, C. Power, L. Andrews, A. Burns, J. Day

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Aquinas 4.5, 8.6, 11.6, 13.12 (90) Northern Blues 0.1, 2.3, 3.8, 4.9 (33) GOALS, Aquinas: M. Cull 4, C. Ryan 2, M. Valentine 2, K. Rosewarne 1, C. West 1, B. Gray 1, M. O’Halloran 1, M. Kershaw 1 Northern Blues: J. Kynigopoulos 2, L. Duray 1, J. Thompson 1 BEST, Aquinas: M. Kershaw, B. Fenech, M. Valentine, R. Tilley, P. Jess, J. McCann Northern Blues: L. Burns, J. Karanikos, J. Twaits, B. Passey, R. Cossens, D. Vozinidis UHS-VU 6.4, 7.9, 11.16, 14.20 (104) Eley Park Sharks 2.0, 6.1, 10.1, 11.3 (69) GOALS, UHS-VU: M. Sweeney 6, R. Dickson 3, L. McCartney 3, J. McMeikan 1, S. Parker 1 Eley Park Sharks: T. Houlden 3, D. Crawford 2, T. Hudson 2, R. Raydan 1, J. Beasley 1, T. Scholtes 1, J. Crothers 1 BEST, UHS-VU: D. Musil, T. Woodlock, L. Habel, E. Pearson, R. Smith, M. Sweeney Eley Park Sharks: J. Beasley, S. Pertz, T. Houlden, L. Booth, J. Frattin, M. Wilkinson Emmaus St Leos 7.4, 10.6, 14.8, 19.13 (127) South Mornington 0.5, 1.6, 4.7, 6.10 (46) GOALS, Emmaus St Leos: N. Hodder 7, A. Smith 4, S. Ronchi 3, E. Mitchell 2, A. Auliso 1, T. Tribe 1, A. Papac 1 South Mornington: BEST, Emmaus St Leos: P. McGloin, N. Hodder, E. Mitchell, A. LaRiccia, S. Kay, S. Ronchi South Mornington: Power House 2.2, 5.6, 10.6, 11.7 (73) La Trobe University 3.4, 4.6, 6.8, 10.9 (69) GOALS, Power House: P. Arnold 5, J. Theofanis 1, D. Buckley 1, S. Devine 1, P. O’Grady 1, P. Mackney 1, Gregory 1 La Trobe University: F. Canobie 2, J. Hickey 2, M. Harney 2, B. Thompson 2, J. Billings 1, S. Woollard 1 BEST, Power House: . Gregory, P. Arnold, C. Barratt, S. Devine, S. Circosta, S. Shanks La Trobe University: J. Radomiljac, B. Thompson, B. Tonkin, C. Traynor, M. Pearson, M. Stringer Richmond Central 3.6, 5.9, 7.12, 9.14 (68) Albert Park 1.1, 4.3, 6.8, 9.11 (65) GOALS, Richmond Central: (not supplied) Albert Park: (not supplied) BEST: (not supplied) Richmond Central: J. Shaw, M. Skinner, B. Ryan, J. Fenech, T. Woodberry, A. Fraser Albert Park: (not supplied) Swinburne University 6.2, 10.8, 12.12, 16.18 (114) St Francis Xavier 1.2, 2.6, 2.10, 3.11 (29) GOALS, Swinburne University: J. Barnes 4, T. Bugler 3, J. Carroll 3, O. Taylor 2, K. Finn 1, S. Ennis 1, J. Bradley 1, C. Atkins 1 St Francis Xavier: D. Dapiran 1, D. Butcher 1, G. Bramich 1 BEST, Swinburne University: O. Taylor, D. Hadzic, C. Barton, R. Afford, C. Rhoden, J. Nardino St Francis Xavier: D. Johnstone, S. Watts, A. Russo, P. Bourke, T. Shepherdson, G. Bramich

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DIVISION 4

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TOP TEAMS TOO SLIPPERY IN THE WET Wild weather across Melbourne saw several round 4 matches intervened by torrential downpours, which had several grounds across the competition resembling Serengeti flood-plains, where the xebu roam wild and free. Jason Akermanis once said that wet weather separates the men from the boys and this certainly proved to be the case based on the results in Division 4. The Hawks and Magpies produced phenomenal results (on different levels), whilst the testing conditions identified areas for improvement for many other Division 4 sides.

CANTERBURY (16.13-109) DEFEATED POINT COOK (9.14-68) Canterbury bounced back from a heavy defeat to the Hawks in round 3 in the best way possible with a convincing win over Point Cook at home. A dominant first term by the competition newcomers put them well in front and that’s where they stayed for the duration of the match. To Point Cook’s credit they kept going all afternoon, but Canterbury kept finding ways of creating time and space, which proved the difference between the two sides. Lachlan Giles and Lachlan Chapman were amongst the best for the victors who were well led by Shelley Fulton and Andrew Barker who kicked three goals apiece. Having lost their last three on the trot, Point Cook will look to get their season back on track against the in form Manningham Cobras this afternoon. BOX HILL NORTH (14.18-102) DEFEATED NORTH BRUNSWICK (11.12-78) Box Hill North notched up their second win of 2014 with a solid display against North Brunswick. Despite a gallant effort in the second term, Noth Brunswick never really looked likely against a Box Hill North outfit who created opportunities on a regular basis throughout the afternoon. In form forward Daniel Penny was wayward but still managed three for the afternoon and was well supported by Michael Penny and Dylan Liistro up the front, whilst at the other end, Chris Temperley and Ben Gallagher did what they could to keep North Brunswick in the contest. 22

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CHADSTONE (4.2-26) LOST TO HAWTHORN (23.22-160) Another great day out for Hawthorn will all three sides breaking the triple figure barrier in their winning margins. In the seniors, Chadstone kept Hawthorn honest for most of the first half and were in fact the first team to register a major score. At quarter time, Hawthorn only found themselves in front by a modest ten points, a testament to the character and attitude of the Chadstone players who didn’t stop hassling the Hawks all day. Hawthorn’s Jason Ince moved into second position on the Division 4 goal kickers list with a bag of five in difficult conditions. Chadstone should be proud of the way they contested throughout the afternoon, whilst the Hawks once again showed why they’re one of the teams to beat this year. DRAGONS (7.6-48) LOST TO MANNINGHAM COBRAS (19.19-133) After a slow start to the season, Manningham Cobras will be hoping their pleasing win over the Dragons will be the catalyst to kick starting their 2014 campaign. The Dragons, who had enjoyed such a hard fought win in round 3 were totally outclassed by a dominant Cobras outfit. Cameron Terpsinis and Nicholas Jolly provided plenty of spark for the Cobras, whilst Huy Vuong and Jay Sempio were the fiercest Dragons on the day. The daunting prospect of West Brunswick awaits the Dragons, whilst Manningham will look to build on this win when they take on Point Cook this afternoon. DIVISION 4 — TIPS IN BOLD (YEARS TOTAL 17 / 85%) North Brunswick v Hawthorn Canterbury v Chadstone Box Hill North v Westbourne Grammarians West Brunswick v Dragons Point Cook v Manningham Cobras

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Westbourne Grammarians (9.6-60) lost to West Brunswick (14.16-100)

three goals each and were well serviced by Jack

The first real yardstick for Westbourne Grammarians shows they still have work to do if they want to mix it with the best teams in Division 4. Westbourne were at home for the first time in 2014 and unfortunately it wasn’t a great homecoming as they went down to the Magpies by 40 points. Westbourne Gr., who boast a decent record in 2014, commanded the run of the game for most of the day and lead at every change. They could only manage a solitary point in the last term however, and West Brunswick made them pay in the wet with a 54 point last term to prove they are a force to be reckoned with. Joel Beer and Scott Hulm were the go to men for the Pies, jagging

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the afternoon as he directed traffic all day for the Grammarians. As Division 4 settles in to a rhythm for 2014, the ladder is starting to take shape. Whilst West Brunswick and Hawthorn have asserted themselves as competition front-runners, there are several teams in the middle of the pack who have shown enough to suggest they can be dangerous this season and in the coming weeks they will be keen to confirm that is the case.

LAST ROUND

West Brunswick 2.2, 5.9, 6.10, 14.16 (100) Westbourne Grammarians 6.2, 7.3, 9.5, 9.6 (60) GOALS, West Brunswick: S. Hulm 3, J. Beer 3, R. Benjamin 2, M. Holmes 2, L. Martin 2, M. Simpson 1, J. Taylor 1 Westbourne Gr: N. Arias 3, M. Culliver 2, J. Ray 1, J. Johns 1, A. Crossman 1, C. Chesterman 1 BEST, West Brunswick: J. Taylor, J. Taylor, R. George, J. Sandow, J. Beer, W. Baker Westbourne Gr: C. Chesterman, D. White, D. Marin, B. Saunders, J. Diblasi, M. Culliver Manningham Cobras 5.5, 10.10, 13.15, 19.19 (133) Dragons 3.1, 4.1, 5.3, 7.6 (48) GOALS, Manningham Cobras: L. Allan 4, D. Wolfgramm 3, D. Wills 3, M. Muller 2, A. Pianto 2, T. Bell 1, S. Leonard 1, P. Wood 1, J. Sotto 1, B. Hawker 1 Dragons: N. Le 2, P. Cachado 2, P. Torcasio 2, J. Yap 1 BEST, Manningham Cobras: C. Terpsinis, A. Pianto, N. Jolly, K. Hawker, L. Allan, D. Wills Dragons: H. Vuong, J. Sempio, G. Ratnakumar, A. Leaw, T. Lowden, P. Torcasio Canterbury 3.6, 8.8, 13.12, 16.13 (109) Point Cook 1.1, 4.4, 7.6, 9.14 (68) GOALS, Canterbury: S. Fulton 3, A. Baker 3, C. Aligizakis 2, B. Hui 2, D. Gates 1, L. Giles 1, J. Gillen 1, R. Walmsley 1, L. Chapman 1, J. Price 1 Point Cook: R. Tilly 2, H. Wilkinson 2, K. Nawabi 1, M. Smith 1, A. Robinson 1, H. Barker 1, M. Herbertson 1 BEST, Canterbury: J. Gillen, B. Hui, S. Fulton, L. Chapman, L. Giles, R. Gates Point Cook: B. Langley, H. Barker, A. Robinson, M. Volk, J. Eastwood, M. Burton Hawthorn 2.4, 8.10, 16.16, 23.22 (160) Chadstone 1.0, 3.1, 4.2, 4.2 (26) GOALS, Hawthorn: S. Gold 6, J. Ince 5, R. White 5, N. Raiti 1, J. Campbell 1, M. McNeill 1, A. Beaton 1, G. Edmond 1, M. Jones 1, D. Pritchard 1 Chadstone: N. Boothman 2, D. Allsopp 1, A. Farrugia 1 BEST, Hawthorn: S. Gold, R. White, M. McNeill, N. Raiti, K. Davies, M. Jones Chadstone: N. Boothman, D. Luff, B. Holland, C. Austin, L. Perry, B. Polkinghorne Box Hill North 5.5, 6.10, 11.12, 14.18 (102) North Brunswick 3.1, 5.9, 6.10, 11.12 (78) GOALS, Box Hill North: D. Penny 3, M. Penny 3, E. Charles 2, D. Liistro 2, T. Manning 1, C. Liston 1, B. Marcakis 1, S. Howe 1 North Brunswick: B. Gallagher 3, C. Temperley 3, S. Rymer 2, R. Santacroce 1, T. Davis 1, L. Selkrig 1 BEST, Box Hill North: S. Donovan, B. Watt, D. Liistro, J. Anderson, D. Penny, S. Keenan North Brunswick: P. Distefano, S. Mair, P. Gagliano, J. Evans, C. Temperley, S. Marinier

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Taylor and Russel George. Westbourne’s Justin

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West Brunswick 1.5, 5.8, 7.10, 10.13 (73) Westbourne Grammarians 2.2, 2.5, 5.5, 5.5 (35) GOALS, West Brunswick: S. Devers 2, J. Van Niekerk 2, C. Bull 2, A. Thompson 1, C. Mitchell 1, D. Kerr 1, J. Tassone 1 Westbourne Grammarians: A. Davis 3, A. Eqbal 1, R. Binney 1 BEST, West Brunswick: Westbourne Grammarians: M. Chodowski, R. Binney, H. Wyatt, A. Davis, S. Basile, P. Magann Manningham Cobras 1.4, 5.6, 11.8, 13.13 (91) Dragons 2.0, 3.3, 5.7, 7.7 (49) GOALS, Manningham Cobras: B. Carman 4, T. Durrant 3, M. Gray 1, A. Egan 1, D. Mortlock 1, W. Lamont 1, K. Ng 1, A. Parker 1 Dragons: P. San 2, J. Tran 2, T. Ly 1, T. Thoi 1, C. Nguyen 1 BEST, Manningham Cobras: T. Durrant, S. Marshall, D. Mortlock, M. Gray, A. Egan, N. Polites Dragons: S. Manotham, S. Monas, M. Ork, N. Vandergert, D. So, T. Thoi Canterbury 5.4, 11.8, 17.9, 20.11 (131) Point Cook 2.1, 2.4, 3.5, 8.7 (55) GOALS, Canterbury: T. Nichols 9, F. Cunningham 3, S. Woodward 3, D. Porta 2, L. Privitera 1, J. Wilson 1, T. Keys 1 Point Cook: C. Matcham 2, P. Donoghue 1, J. Reyes 1, G. Doyle 1, Z. Wilson 1, D. Bales 1, B. Hunter 1 BEST, Canterbury: T. Eckersley, T. Nichols, A. Stals, J. Marciniak, J. Doak, F. Cunningham Point Cook: A. Todd, J. Ward, J. Perrins, C. Matcham, J. Brennan, Z. Wilson Hawthorn 8.6, 14.13, 22.19, 30.26 (206) Chadstone 0.2, 0.3, 0.3, 0.3 (3) GOALS, Hawthorn: J. Jackomos 6, N. Loutit 5, M. Pinkerton 3, M. Laing 3, J. Ward 2, J. Perks 2, J. Bullock 2, S. Moussi 2, D. Lauletta 2, R. Turner 1, D. Grieves 1, C. Williams 1 Chadstone: BEST, Hawthorn: J. Perks, N. Loutit, M. Pinkerton, C. Williams, M. Laing, J. Jackomos Chadstone: C. Kimitsis, M. Cole, A. Kantaras, B. Farley, T. Thorburn, N. Smith North Brunswick 7.5, 8.6, 12.8, 16.12 (108) Box Hill North 1.1, 4.7, 6.9, 7.14 (56) GOALS, North Brunswick: D. Manoukian 7, B. Dancer 3, M. Kington 2, S. Wernham 1, J. Russo 1, S. Barrett 1, L. Stephens 1 Box Hill North: G. Williams 3, G. Cavallo 1, J. Cope 1, P. Giddings 1, A. Odza 1 BEST, North Brunswick: D. Allan, L. Stephens, S. Russo, B. Dancer, D. Manoukian, J. Russo Box Hill North: G. Fusco, K. Axten, M. Hood, D. Piccioli, N. Fowler, G. Williams

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Coach: Dean Anderson & Stuart Powell Assistants: Steve Crisp, Christian Neeson, Matthew Bott, Kemble Edelsten & Ian Leith Reserves: Christian Neeson Assistant: George Dick, Tim Green, Nick Allen & Will Lewis Thirds: Tristan Foenander

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Sam Thompson (VC) Ashley Lim Matthew Peric Nick Jamieson James Sansom Jack Bull Jordan Clarke Lachie Hill Scott Sherwen (CC) Mark Passador (CC) Charlie Long James Bowden Richard Wilkinson Adam Houlihan Andrew Jelbart Shane Neaves Gene van den Broek Caillin O’Shannessy Tom Harkness Sam Neil Ned Walmsley Hugo Perry Max van den Broek Jack Davis Max Davis Will Strange Robbie Ferraro Justin Nikolovski Chris Watts Mitch Bradley James Long (VC) Richard Eva Henry Dick Sam Barnett Callum Goldby Nick Clay Sean Leith (RC) Lachie Cooper Andrew Murray Angus Harlock Hayden Calway Tom McKinley Byron Smith Jack Furey Jack Hurley Max Wills Matthew Seed Fraser Macfarlane Ed Lower Alex O’Shannessy

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John Daggian (3rds C) Josh Raines Conor O’Beirne Ed Furey Nich Cox Tim Mead Rupert Wills Andrew Hummerston James Parsell Scott Wilcox Tom Holding Kieran McShane Chris Docker Tristan Bowman Fergus McKenzie James Carrington Sam Stott Will Hewson Alex van Ryn Blood Jumper Nich Reddish Nick Lindsay Tom Hamilton Robert Hays Lachie McDonough Pat Oughtred Jacob Clark Nic Poliakow Will Carroll Evgeni Routman Tim Melville Will Ponsford Alex King Will Mackintosh Tom Hays James Halbert Call McDonough Matthew Parisi Sam Muttdon Ben Summerfield Pete Hodges Blood Jumper Maurice Clayton Blood Jumper Blood Jumper Cohan McDermott Angus Greenaway Ed Barlow

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Ben Jakobi Matthew Gadsden Tom Jakobi Josh Homann Andrew Edge (CC) Jimmy Davis Michael Dewar Jordan Pascoe Andrew Dewar Jon Edge Dylan Verney Ollie Cavallaro Michael Tragear Nick Coroneous Thomas Clarke Ben Gadsden Kieran Rawlinson Ben Jarick Brendan Blatt Tom Mentiplay Tim Fogarty Niall Collins Michael Karayannis Jon Perrett (CC) Riley Cummin Ben Austen Lachie Nicholls Matthew Smith Josh Dickerson Tom Skewes Levi Otto Jack Davis Charlie King Nick Marston Tom Mariani Luke Forato Marshall Pascoe Harry Cannon Callum Nicholls Tom Gunning Zac Alcott Marcel Bruin

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Leigh Hendra David Fallon Daniel Anthony Lachie Anthony Tim Cooney Brett Felsenthal Sebastian Zaia Matt Browning Andrew Ogilvie Dale Anderson Stuart Hooy Will Bardoel Michael Fort-Williams Jack White Alex Dick Nick Materia Luke Healy Pat Kelly David Naughton Zack Price Zack Wilson

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BEAUMARIS

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

Coach: Stephen Lawrence Assistants: Mick Lovejoy, Sam Hecker Reserves: Alex Bennett

Jake Walsh Dayne Coulsen-Hoffacker Kristian Butler Harry Tinney Ned Hunt Dan Chamberlain Heath Banfield Brendan Iezzi (C) Ben Howell Matthew Kilpin Jack Osborn Kris Spassopoulos (RVC) Luke Pacconi (VC) David Wildsmith Gabe Hamilton Cam McCasker Emerson Satur Jack Hunt Ed Weatherson Nick Howell (VC) Chris Riggs Tim Howell Brett Barratt Brett Robertson Will Oldfield Andrew Kyriacopoulos Sebastian Nicolosi Christos Manousakis Nick Chamberlain Alex Hasiotis Callum Pohl Anthony Scott Mark Yeoman Jack Gale Tom Bennett Sean Hanrahan Michael Cooper Jake Steinhart Simon Murphy (RVC) Peter Mescher Fergus Stewart Scott Meighan (RC) Alex Heuston Matt Coutts Angus Milham Henry Winter

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Ed Beasley Alex Polidoros Luther Juric Ted Mitchell Andrew Coughlin MacKenzie Brown Alex Prittie Steve Lawrence Thomas Moore Stuart Cade Andrew Kinross Andrew Medland Will Bowman Callum Rae Angus Milham Richard Mason

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Matt Duggan Robert Cathcart Matt Petering Sean Coote Tom Abbott Lachlan Howes Tom Dean (C) Josh Ward Doug Pritchard Nick Loucaides Scott Braithwaite Scott Gower Will Murton Luke Casey-Leigh Raphael Clarke Sam McBain Anthony Carroll Will Edmonds Joel Di Natale Cal Buckley Mitchell Howes Steven Scott Jonno Nash Mitchell LaFontaine Travis Woolnough Michael DeFontenay Brayden Haynes Mick Millar Jordan Thompson Will Mattingley Tom Gandy Matt Stevens Michael Globan Sean McNicholas Ben McLean Scott Kendall Elliott Harris Michael Wilson Luke McNicholas James Bull James Lapa Dylan Gabron-Uhe

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Tim Pritchard Luke Edmondson Pete Richter Greg Roberts Luke Sketchley Tom Perkin Frasier Cloney Luke Slater Bane Suboticki Tyson Rayner David Brearley Sean Brennan Scott Moore Will Gillespie Oliver Webber Jack Richter Ryan Bennett Germaine Ivanka Mitch Bourne Lucas Bourne Alex Edmondson Robert Wilson Brad Kilgore Byron Hughes Mark Ensor

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UNIVERSITY BLACKS

Coach: Anthony Rock Assistants: Tim Harvey, Matt O’Connor Reserves Coach: Chris Davis Assistant: Gary McIntyre 3rds Coach: Kevin Jones, Brian Moon, Chris Cunningham

Coach: Cameron Roberts Assistants: Paul Yeomans, Darren Collopy Reserves Coach: Xavier Moloney

Daniel Riley Damien Ryan Ryan Schroder Alex Mcleod Tom Sullivan Adam Bentick (VC) Owen McIntyre Jacob Bevanda Michael Angel Nathan Kazuro Justin Evans Ben Considine George Garth Sam Fleming, Liam Mcintyre Chris Peart Thomas Duyndam Nick Cooke Michael Hughes Luke Madden Mitch Hannan Glen Chivers Jake Van Meel Alex Singleton Jarrod Gill Andrew Merrington Sam Firth Shaun Clarke Tom Overman Simon Caven Lachlan Jowett Jake Forder Alex Boyse Tom Russell Tom Gleeson Chad Jones Jack Gay Jack Fraser James Weir Lachlan Mcleod Tom Caven (C) Jake Wright David Wall Nick Burgin Ben Peart Brad Cooper Pat Macdonough Isaac Madden Jack Saundry Josh Madden Jake Calvert Adrian Corsetti Matt Borzillo Zeeshan Awan Steve Cannatelli

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Michael Moloney Caleb Forder James Bennie Luke Sullivan Pat Gamwell Matt Pear Jesse Manunzio Jonathan Rose Jack Wheeler Malseed Jayden Damien Hurley Michael Sulzberger Luke Scerri Peter Le Noury Adam Bevanda Mark Salvadori Andrew Gurrisi Matt Boscolo Josh Cunningham Taylor Devers Michael Dillon Matthew Feehan Matthew Gurrusi Will Kingston Ned McAllister Matt McCann Daniel Molony Liam Neal Jake Notaro Kieran O’Connor Tim O”Sullivan Paul Rahill Stefan Romeo Danial Segrave Will Sullivan Liam Whelan Seamus Whelan Brendan Ryan Luke Baird Alex Buckley Sasha Bugryn Gerard Christie Jarred Couch Chris Godfrey Aaron Helenius Nick Hughes Thomas Isaacs Sam Jones Clark Mitchell Justin Monaghan Tate Pearson Matt Sargent Nick Shultz Nicholas Toy

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Joshua Steadman Harrie Lahy Scott Myers Andrew Willingham (VC) Huw Lacey Simon Hogan Jandre Slabbert Tyson Kruse Scott Weekley (VC) Bede Mahon (C) Bart Mill Daniel Hunt Angus Drysdale Simon Thomas Lachlan Huntington Jesse Laurie Peter O’Rouke Jason Johnson Ben Saliba Justin Crameri Jason Blake Tom Howgate Robert Humann Isaac Anderson Brent Sheahan Adam Pattison Nick Batten Trent Storer Scott Dadswell Angus Locke Clive O’Sullivan Steven Flight Jordan Foster Tyson Roberts James Bismire Jake Gardiner Ben Kealy Tom Napier Adam Pitt (VC) Hugh Curnow Joel Ernest Charlie Richardson Alastair Robbins

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Hamish Guthrie Mitchell Aitken Ben Vile Tom Brennan Alex Williamson Andrew Pilbrow Jack Heeley Michael Coffey Henry Robinson Tom Sharp Cameron Turner Sean Butler Stephen Judson Peter Markworth Wayne Curnow James Champion de Crespigny Andrew Kraeft Damian Kelly Jonathon Bunge William Van De Fliet Sam Bell Callum Lawford Matthew Witokowski Andrew Moore Sam Pattison Sam Forrest Mark Rees Sam Aldous

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OLD CAREY

OLD IVANHOE

Coach: Glenn Cox Assistants: Dave Wright, Justin Seabury, James Wagner, Nicholas Thompson

Coach: Travis Ronaldson Assistant: Daniel Weller Reserves: Darren Toll Assistant: John Hill

Steven Freemantle Tim Smith Ben Smithwick Jacob Murphy Joel Rice (VC) James Rimington Ryan Bongetti Tom Roach James Gaff Mathew Laidlaw Brenton McKenry Glen Parker James Courtot Alistair Stewart-Holmes Jarrod Reid (VC) Sam Casey Col Crowther Nicholas Colbert Andrew Sloan James Murrie Lachlan McQueenMiscamble Sam Rimington Cameron Howat (C) Marcus Cushen James Evans Tom Newton Shane Zabiegala Simon Cust Jack Joslin Cameron Jones (VC) Brett De Leijer Bas Simpson Luke Marriott Freddie Cator Nicholas Thompson Lachlan Macleod Matthew Pallozzi Brodie Easton Travis Chiuchiarelli Luke Mckinnon Chris Allen Morgan Evans Sam Hassett Harry Moore

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Scott Gordon Alistar Reed Nick Richardson Tim Rule Simon Bramwell Liam Cooney Chris Bell David Pocock Blake Fordham Christian Virgona Sam Pentney Lochlan Hall Henry McQueenMiscamble Spencer Cambridge Lewis Fotheringham Harry Maxwell Pat Arundel Jack Ymer Jarret Barber William Guiney James Coull Alexander Moshovelis Alex Richardson Adrian Morris Matthew Roach Patrick Cremean Tim Wilkins Sam Landgren Zac Lisle Campbell Wallace Callum O’Brien Tom Macready-Bryan Tim Laidlaw Simon Lenders Andrew Bird Rhett Mitchelhill

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Matthew Murray Josh Doherty Nick Gieschen Sam Geilings Adrian DelMonte Victor Sicilano Jake McKeon Joel Macdonald Chris Sutherland Brett Nagel Nick Butler Alex Vella Ricky Jessop Chris Johnson Kobe Trajanovski Brad Flintoff Zac Keane Michael Mitris Carl Groth Jake Trajanovski Bernard McDowell James Moio Iza Dawkins Richard Butler Rob Davidson Brandt Harrison Hayden Heta (C) Dean Heta Andrew Paine Brandon Lee James Binney Joey Cua Stephen Ward Richard Skok Robert Hondromatidis Sam Wilcox Nick Kenyon-Smith Tom Earle Arthur Solomidis Michael Basckos Max Kirwan Jordan O’Neill

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Robert Glavas Lochlan Phillips Callum Matheson Tyson Hill Simon MacKenzie Gareth Fowler Sam Armstrong Jordan Stanton Josh Dunnett Ryan Buckley Nathan Valkanis Josh Spoor Tom Falconer Richard Dennis Jacson Cecil Chris Sarthou Ashley Steer Alec Steinicke Simon Leon Heath Evans Michael Pierce Tom Eggleston Adam Veli Daniel Mancuso Vincent Mancuso Luke Pace Paul Spurling Jason Burns Brendon Michael John Apostolopoulos Danny Stone Andrew Sheehan Brendon Knox Sjouke Price Michael DelMonte Justin Beilin Adam Karim Michael Baxter Danny Stone Nathan Pratt

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FITZROY

CAULFIELD GRAMM

Coach: Michael Pickering Assistants: John LeGrand, Vince Silluzio, Steve Hurl Reserves: Ryan Aisbett

Coach: Tim O’Shaughnessy Assistants: Wayne Oswald, David Landrigan Reserves: Andrew Strain

Rory Angiolella (C) Matt Kyroussis Ross Borland Toby Hudson Bevege Michael Cussen Chris Polidoras Jack Beech James Meakin Maxim Allen Tom Cheshire Daniel Bisetto Alister Green Jesse Dimond Ben Roberts Richard Willingham Tom Biscaro Alex Ricco Ryan Floyd Antony Harbor Dimitri Kynigopoulos Michael Lee Mitch McWhinney Sam Baker Jack Parkinson Michael Racovalis Jack Dalton James McGee Jamie Mackay Dom Pound-Palmieri Tom Parkinson Will Johnson Cailean Moore Dylan Patcas Will Fenton ( C ) Jan Leman

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Drew Olarenshaw Josh Munro Matt Brown Greg Hesse Raphael Lloyd Stefan Green Nick Marshall Cameron Ball Julian Turner Adam Franklin Max Ellis Phillip Carydis Luke Baker Dylan Leech Joshua Murray Gary McCarthy Diaramuid O’Donoghue-Cooney Jonathan Anderson Brad Farley Brendan Johnstone Luke McNally Sam Buckely Will Pickering Conor Smith

1 Keegan Stewart 2 Ben Price (C) 3 Max Slonim 3 Matthew Gould 4 Aiden Clarke 5 Tom Silvestro 6 Chris Hammond 6 Michael Bowden 7 Tim Nixon (VC) 8 TJ Rothel 9 Will Edwards 9 Harrison Mills 10 Tim Yelland 11 Sean Meredith 12 Andrew McGuinness 13 Sam Wood 14 Alex Ford 15 Scott Dickson 16 Jackson Leigh 17 Declan Reilly 18 Tom Small 19 Luke Price 20 Darcy Daly 21 James Shanahan (VC) 22 Zac Parsons 23 Nick Tonkin 23R Chris Fagan 24 Chris Game 24 John Nankervis 25 James Gray 26 Matthew Mcternan 27 Louis O’Keefe 28 Daniel Meddings 29 Dominic O’Keefe 30 Josh Rogers 31 Will Osborn 32 Clay Williams 33 Damien Simic 34 Sean Stewart 35 Andrew Spittal 36 Lloyd Everett 37 Francis McArdle

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Hugo Gates Adrian Bednarek Lachlan Kellock Jackson Small Tom Green Woody Eke Conor MenglerFrancis Norbert Williams Tyler Haugh Nick Karoly Tom Stewart Luke Matias Dylan Tobias Jake Tobias Robert Handel Drew Dickson Sam O’Sullivan Matthew O’Connor James Cleeve Tom Quinn Fred Cooper Matthew Wood Liam Bourke Will Conly Peter Mayes Andrew Clark Simon Tamblyn James Easton William Berry Hugh Goodfellow George Berry Damien Hay Glenn Thomson Mitch Bain David Roberts Tyler Smith

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UNIVERSITY BLUES

MAZENOD

Coach: Quinton Gleeson Assistants: James Walker, Andrew Lowcock, Huw Flanagan

Coach: Adrian Connolly Assistants: Wayne Poulter, Kevin Chamberlain Reserves: Ben Chamberlain

Cam Williams Jack Townley Alex Schipp Marshall Rippon Andy Wettenhall Jared Edwards Marc James Jeremy Mugavin Henry Weddell Tim Blakey Pete Summers Hugh Vickers-Willis Jack Watts (C) Tom Girdwood Tom Fairbairn Sam Henry Paddy Hayes Rich Langham Dan Zambon Matt Torney Dom Nixon Al Evans Jordan Brown Sean Carr Will Cunningham Angus Nice Jack Maxwell Charlie Craig George Curnow Patrick Gardiner James Van de Pol Riley McMahon Tom MacKenzie Will Hartnell James Coumans David Withers Tom Foott

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Ryan Eade Dirk Heinz Henry Hanlon Jack Rutherford Jack Wood Bennett Merriman John Wood Damian Barton Mick Steinbach Hugh Evans George Chisholm Josh Caldow Cam McDonald Llewyn Butler Jason Cowland Jack Heinz Ed Long Jamie Mugavin Darcy Del Rio Ed Sinnott Danial Van de Pol Dan Gumley Jack Kershaw Nick Macrae Jesse Pardo Ben Jongebloed Sam Caldow Ed Ratcliffe Bernie Chomley Tom Kerr

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N. Lewton M. Chamberlain D. Kelly (DVC) T. Bourbon L. Welsford R. Mann F. Reed J. Cowan D. Chamberlain C. Smith P. Iacovangelo (RC) H. Black B. Phibbs M. Johnson (VC) M. Pecora N. Thomas T. Chambers B. Bonner J.P. Van Rensberg N. Gentile S. Inglis S. Veltman S. Oldman L. Riley J. Kelly (C) A. Patti T. Bailey S. Welsford C. Collins A. Holmes B. Woods J. Cetraro R. McCarthy B. Kovac S. Balloch D. Regan D. McLean N. McLean M. Rice A. DiPetta J. Trounce A. Bortoli

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T. Wilson D. Izon J. Campbell D. Micallef P. Flanagan P. Johnson J. Mather M. Rich S. Mann D. MacLeod D. Maskill R. Woolley A. Ciavarella J. Verbyla J. Hende J. Bates J. Egan G. Lofthouse S. Paolucci

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AJAX

Senior coach: Daniel Harford Senior assistant coach: Jon Edgar Assistant coach: Peta Searle

Coach: Leigh McQuillen Assistants: Dale Carey, Brent McGrath, David Veale, Darren Seidl & Nick Gold Reserves: Adam Slade-Jacobson Thirds: Barry Simon

Matthew Murphy Nick Wood Ben Dowd Callum Matheson Patrick Dowd Steven Salopek Charles Ring Joshua Gabelich Julian Staffieri Karl Wissell Elliot Waldron Nick McArdle Patrick Keely James Grinter Joshua Taylor Jason Salopek Patrick Aughton Billy Kanakis Anthony Kirwan Sean Kennedy Francis Keely Phil Edgar Tom Simpson Zachary Ginies Tom (R) Marchesani Lachlan Nankervis Matthew Lodge Gerard Gleeson Edward Ring Chris Gleeson Tom Cunningham Anthony Lynch (C) William Coates Jack Weber Julian Gambarro Patrick McLennan

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Michael Dolan Luke McDonell Pana Karageorgiou Hamish Townsend Anthony Giarrusso Tom McPherson Matthew Nolan Rick Caldow Henry Parkes Tom Hickey Domenic Losciavo John Griffiths Dylan Wissell Tim Sharpe Hamish McPherson Liam Dunne Nelson Pryor Ray Short James Marchesani Pat Rhodes Ben Marchesani Adam Fenech Tom Gleeson Tom Johnstone Jarrod Nash

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Nadav Harel Adam Caplan Asher Burstin Jarryd Ludski Jason Ritterman David Fayman Marcus Jankie Geoff Measey Gary Blieden Daniel Cohen Warren Steinberg Ezra Poyas Michael Shafar Jarrod White Rubin Winograd Nick Marks (C) Josh Ludski Richie Simon Ashley Kalb Josh Kalmus Noah Rischin Luke Peters Ari Lewski Josh Sacks Jake Lew Ben Kalmus Nick Lewis Dean Steinberg Brad Caplan Josh Gottlieb Josh Dorevitch Josh Singer Jordan Bade-Boon Jason Samuel Corey Jankie

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Danny Markov Roi Abraham Luke Jankie Stuart Fayman Joel Gocs Jamie Grigorianis Ryan White Jeremy Forbes Michael Selzer Dean Rotenberg Alex Wollan Daniel Roth Simon Roth Josh Mendies Alon Abraham Ari Wytwornik Ben Michowski Adam Lerner Elliot Janover Daniel Goodman Brandon Joel Jordan Tonkin Matt Markoff Brett Joffe Anton Ritterman Jarrod Swire Dean Rotenberg David Glass Sam Friede Myles Miller Noah Keddie Joshua Rawicki Daniel Smorgon

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OLD MELBURNIANS

OLD HAILEYBURIANS

Coach: Nathan Brown Assistants: Daniel Hughes, Peter Nunn Reserves: Chris Hood

Coach: Stewart Loewe Assistants: Matt O’Sullivan, Sean Murphy, Kain Taylor, Brett O’Farrell, Matt Brewer, Sam Langford-Jones Reserves: Craig Brockley Assistants: Johnathan Spanos, Drew Gilby Thirds: Adam Floyd

Harry Macciolli James Beaumont Tom Paule (C) Tom Healey Josh Freezer Chris Righetti Ted De Fegely Al Armstrong Pete Kennon Lachie Borthwick Tom Bachet Chris Wischer John Cooper Sam Gibbons Timmy Oman Nick Voyage Tim McLardy Harry Jupp Will Thompson Guy Brayshaw Charlie CumbraeStewart Ed Fanning Nick De Steiger Tom Hywood Cameron Tunbridge Billy Hatfield Marty McCoy Jeremy Beaumont Lachie Bennett Sam Quennell Cameron Beck Sammy Peacock Nick Daish Zach O’Neil Nick McLardy Matt Demicoli Chris Barry Adrian Karatzas Nick Madders Oscar Hosking Al Ferguson Alex Crosby Zach Johnston Johnny Ross Patty Garschagen Lewis Haralambous Nick Churkovich Will Fuller

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Stephen Land Angus Murray James Bate Jono Phillips Alex Thorley Mac Webster Paul Mishura Will Fuller James Land James Siebert Josh Rundell Damon Velakoulis Alex Coleridge Julian Draudins Tom De Fegely Oscar Dixon Toby Dickson Tim Spargo Sam Playfair Tom Watson Jim De Fegely Rupert Doyle Richie Armit Will Boyd Andy Cameron Will Marshall Tom Lackman Nick Burke Cal Williamson Chris Lam Justin De Steiger Ben Rogers Max Gibson Jack Brandwood Rupert Middleton Will Beasley Morgan Cottee Sam Dellios Nick Molony Stefan Stacey Josh McMullin Edward Robinson Jack Sanford Sam Daddo Guy Shearman Ed Fuller Jordan Hooper Nick Sloan Charles May

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James Backway James Paul Hamish Mclauchlan Alex Woltering Luke Pinot (VC) John Nicolopoulos Lachlan Nash Nic Gooda Peter Gleadhill (VC) Matt Taylor Mark Collins Corey Rich Tim Lockwood Jarrod Rafferty David Mackenzie (RC) Spencer Roberts Mitch Rafferty Jackson HeagneySteart Daniel Newby Michael Meehan Oliver Armstrong Tim Witherow Chris Ferguson Corey Barter Scott Ellis (RVC) Nick Leonidas Tom Chisholm Chris Povey Rhys Johnson Hamish McWilliam Adam Weekes (C) Ed Limon Rory James Sean Verway Josh Alkemade Chris Smith Adam Schofield Josh Dawson Tim Hunter Jason Leonidas Michael Stowe Rilyn Mosbey Luke Skelton

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Adam Vitolins Tom Dalton Sean Corrigan Jake Lynch Jordan Toy Tristan Coles (RVC) Luke Pitcher Toby Gill Jack Steen Mark Seccull Tom Tyrell Sam Hall Damian Fletcher Joe Fisscher Tim Miller Johnathan Spanos Shane Walden Adam Floyd Cameron Hill Sam Sturrock Cameron Vincent Jason Kurta William McTaggert Jackson Coleman Daniel Farmer Lee Griffiths Hector Simpson Luke Floyd

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PENINSULA

Coach: Guy Martyn Assistants: Owen Lalor & Steve Kennedy Reserves: Steven Kidd Thirds: Sebastian Wright

Coach: Nick Claringbold Assistant Coaches: Damian Brice, Peter Williamson & Michael Lambert Reserves: Adam Crean

Leigh Fletcher Mark Devereaux Rory Lynch Kyle Pinto Stuart Burggraaff Bryce Pewtress Jesse Lovig Stephen Anderson Matthew Care Guy Martyn Tom Youl Ben Traeger-Haig Nick Jewell Nick Pinto Josh Schmitz David Morton Daniel Corp Tim Jones Christopher Long Adam Power Jay Ting Charlie Miles Richard Atkins Adam McNeil Shem Curry Samuel Clements Josh Verlin Ben Kezilas Jesse Donald Cain Malthouse Ed Turner Joshua McPherson Jason McCoy Jay Dillon Stefan Constantinou James Short Ash Fisher Matt Powell Liam Woodland Jack Baxter Paul Adams Marlon Woltering Nigel Bloomfield Michael Dynon Lachlan Wheeler Liam Dynon Andrew Long Josh Pavlou Kyal McNeil

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Brendan Culvenor Jack Wilson Zac Pirrie Mark Short Daniel Andersen James Benjamin Matthew Broadley Vincent Camera Ben Clarke Zachary Cochrane Adam Cockie Sam Cougan Thomas Cougan Jay Coverdale Travis Cowan Sam Dalton Lachlan DeLisle Lachlan Edgar Christopher Ellison Nathan Foster Steven Helliger Brenton Holt Patrick Hosking Reece Houston Kristian Johannsen Szczepan Kasinski Ben Lane Jason Laver Will Lingard Jack Lloyd David McCarthy Leon McCarthy Tobias Morrison William O’Haire Jesse Rees Thomas Rowse Matthew Ryan Simon Schultz Chris Smith Nick Taylor Stephen Tiernan Ned Tikner Kieron Turner Ryan Warren Jadyn Wilkinson Sebastian Wright

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Sam Glenn Harry Whitty Stuart Grigg (C) Stefan Barbour Michael Lambert Garth O’Connor-Price Vaughan Clarke Sam Murray Robert Stainforth (VC) Tom Coghlan Ben Southam (DVC) Ben Mitchell George Fletcher Sam Buchanan Brett Brisbane Alex Wood (VC) Alex Marshall Eddie Coghlan Tom Stainforth Rob Bambery Jeremy Gleeson Paul Coldrey Nicholas Fisher Reed Powney Thomas Grigg Adam Granger Jeremy Gleeson Ash Law Shaun Payze Lachlan Heron Jordan Pomeroy Tom Feldgen Adam Crean Zac Kurts Ryan Trickey Andrew Starkins Jordan Owens Tim Scarpella Jake Archdeacon Luke Keon Cam Mccauley Leith Baker

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Aaron Brockley Scott Cain Mathew Tuckett Mathew Beggs Laurens Van der Sluijs Tom Shayler John Wilkins Mitchell Sheldon Collins Aaron Anson Sam Messinis Liam Nickels Daniel Bruce Chris Davis Demi Pinxt Callum Savio Hayden Brodie Jamie Rhodes Lachlan O’Grady Dan Laversha Anthony Kyriacou Ryan White David Kotsiakos Aaron Bouten Dave Dungan Tom Lardner

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MONASH BLUES

MARCELLIN

Coach: Hayden Stanton Assistant: Jye Ledin Reserves: Shane Paynter

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

Ewan Flanagan Nick Petering Ryan Smith Michael Davidson Andrew Young Andrew Hickey Sam Baring (C) Pat Bryce James Taylor George Smyth Tim Powell Jye Ledin Darcy Meehan Nick Schade Joe Cosgriff James McKenzie Zac Ledin Tim McKenzie Alex Carr Lachlan Inglis Gareth Taylor Damien Hatch Sam Whatley Ben Amberg Andrew Costley Joe Griffiths Callum Dick Daniel Brogden Rami Shenouda Rowan Shields Chris Godsil Tom Ruddell Matt Hunt Matt McCart Adam Jaques James Duffy Tom Duffy Luke Leviston Alex Armstrong Sam Walsh Julian Bourchier Matt Mason

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Jonathan Rau Ben Cailes Henry Drysdale Simon Chandler Matt Boulton Andrew Beecroft Pat Long Andre Henry David Meulendijks Paul Tweedly Nick Rhoden Ryan McIvor Tim Berenyi Matt White Ryan Phillips Nick Malcolm Hayden Devanny Matt Stewart Michael FenwickNevin Nick Armstrong Rhys Waller Bill Geary Daniel Garabiles Nick Burri Freek Faber Aaron Darnell

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Bortolotto Matthew Carlson Jarrod (VC) Mc Cormack Liam (TCC) Birrell Nicholas Jones Thomas Considine Simon Crosbie Nicholas Gasparini Matthew Augustin Peter Kemp Stuart Millson Patrick Considine Luke Stafford Tom Toohey Julian Blanch Jonathan Holmes Matthew Bridges Mathew Abrahams Michael Bortolotto Jonathan Abrahams Simon Boyd Luke Jones Daniel Gartner Derrin Crapper Steven Beayni Mathew Bolger Domenic Montagna Timothy Fraser Daniel (RVC) Chard Patrick Carlson Trent McMahon Daniel Hiser William Rice Laine Costanzo Robert Gasparini Jacob Jordan Tom Redmond Daniel Beaini Anthony McGlin Anthony Coburn Adrian Symes Jake (C) Jarred Dallas Brockhus Liam (TVC) Viney Ashley Blanch Timothy Coburn James Manakis Anthony Stewart Callan Mc Intyre John Bettello Jordan Mahoney Jacob Harty Justin O’Shannassy Rhys Pesavento Stephan Black Tom Lincoln Adam

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Money Tim (RC) Wallace Daniel Loucas Ari (RVC) Money Tom Bastiaan Thomas Cracknell Dustin (TC) Butler Tom Carey Luke Kerton Ben Bevan Rhys Wood Jason Natoli Tom Mc Gree Andrew Crimins Thomas Grigoruk Mark Coloe Daniel Kemp Robert Beattie Luke Beattie Stephen Aliu Labinot Connell Sean Delahunty William Robson Samuel Bolzonello Adrian Mc Cartin Matt France Nathan Ceccomancini Adam Beayni Rodney Symes Paul Ayob Sam Montalto Alexander Carson Dom Bourke James Montalti David Stansbury Richard Vellios Ryan Potter Dylan Juchnevicius Dale Whittle Michael Den Elzen Brett Maclaren Cameron Donnellan Joel Mathews Jason Mc Mahon Gerard Romanin Gianluca Carson Amon Galati Robert Bridges Mark Green Jason Hermans Michael Hollaway James Isaac Daniel Barillaro Liam Mc Entee Dylon Kemp Cameron Romanin Gianluca

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PARKDALE VULTURES

Coach: Jamie Mollo Assistant: Nathan Miller Reserves: Jamie Connellan

Coach: Sam Radford Assistants: Corey Stephens, Mark Haynes, Ben Hampton Reserves: Tony White Assistant: Ken Wood Thirds: Jason Austin

M Bennett T Scott D Cleary (C) C Hogan K Hogan A Cloke C Lavery W Manning G Bennett S Wines A Deneys B Hogan J Revere P Di Siervi P Ioannidis D Costigan A Valentini J Chapple J Hunt S Tolongs J Pappon L Andreatta K Holden T Golik J Hind J Paola L Barrand B Wass R Holden P Holden T Bromley A Murray N Seel Z Thiessens L Gillard A Mase C Grant M Wass A Binns A Shaw S Way J Olson

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Coach: Ben Robertson Assistants: Tim Cantwell, Brad Tymmons

Coach: Brett Rowe Assistant: Rod Strahan Reserves: Stephen Keleher Assistant: Andrew Kahofer Third 18 Coach: Paul Konstanty

Simon Bennett Caine Hillier Dominic La Fontaine Damien McGuigan Stephen Romanin Oliver Lloyd Blake Hillier Christopher Young Matthew Davis Samuel Killworth Christopher Woodbridge Jordon Heffernan Robert Deev Matthew Powell Thomas Hudson James Robinson Alister Lloyd Scott Needham Greg Tolson Rohan Kapoor Peter Storey Tom Byrnes Phil Bennett Jackson Eade Thomas Kanz Alex Mackenzie Daniel DeSanctis Samuel Riley Andrew Clarke Stephen Derry Trent Langdon Damien Proska Daniel Toma Nicholas Adamson Tom Allwright Thomas Schipper Alexander Stewart Brett Cottell Lachlan McMillan Oliver Scheiber Thomas Staynor

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Alexander Vickery Jay Himat Teri Miriklis Jack Duke Harrison Levvey Ben Hart (C) Stefan Anjou Robert Campbell Declan Mitchell Matthew De Petro Stephen Warr James Way Matt Dyson Joshua Kennedy Nicholas Pryde Corey McLaughlin Matt Davis Nicholas Searles Brad Dean

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Coach: Mark Murray Assistants: M. Regan, C. Jayaweera

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

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CLUB WAREHOUSE RISING STAR 2012 HUGH CURNOW – UNIVERSITY BLACKS Hugh Curnow is this week’s nomination for the VAFA’s Rising Star award. Hugh put in a stellar performance to earn himself a spot as second best on ground, after finishing with a goal, in University Blacks triumph over Old Scotch. Hugh enjoyed a consistent year with Calder Cannons in 2013, and has since been listed with the Northern Blues VFL squad. Hugh predominantly plays off halfback and uses his competitiveness to win majority of contests and his blistering pace to break lines. Look for H. Curnow being named in the best for the Blacks throughout the remainder of the season. Hugh is currently studying biomedicine at Melbourne University and trains with Northern Blues throughout the week. Congratulations, Hugh Curnow.

* to be eligible for the club Warehouse Rising Star, a player must be born no earlier than 1991 and playing his first full season of senior football.

VAFA ELASTOPLAST TRAINER OF THE WEEK CHRISTINA JOSEPH – OLD SCOTCH Christina has been nominated by Old Scotch for her ability to go above and beyond for the players wellbeing since 2011. Christina is renowned for her professionalism when following up on players injuries, and prescribing the correct rehab and referrals. Now in her fourth year at Old Scotch Football Club, she continues to greet staff, players and coaches with a smile every week. She is now a qualified osteopath working in private practice in Hawthorn. Throughout her years at Old Scotch, Christina has dealt with many injuries, the most severe being a tib-fib fracture. The Old Scotch Football Club is ever so grateful for all the work she puts in and is proud of her nomination as the Elastoplast Trainer of the Week. THE AMATEUR FOOTBALLER 2014

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RETROSPECTIVE

Geoff Reilley

@GeoffreyReilley

5 YEARS AGO – 2009 In D3 Section, St Francis Xavier finished too strongly for Hawthorn 13.12 to 8.14 and became the only undefeated team in the section. Best: Dimakopoulos (3), Pabst, Lenders, McNally, Leworthy, Harvey (StFX) and Collins, Lynch, Keeghan, Pritchard, Hayes, McPhie (H). In D4 Section, South Mornington consolidated in the top five with a very comfortable win over Box Hill North, 29.17 to 6.7. One of South’s rising stars, 18 year old Ben Williams was mentioned in dispatches as an on-baller with a ‘raking’ left foot.

10 YEARS AGO – 2004 In D2 Section Bulleen Templestowe trailed Ivanhoe Assumption at half time but rallied in the second half to win 16.12 to 11.14 and become the only undefeated team in their section. Best: Thomson, Florance (6), Norbury, Hare, Peitryk, Smith (BT) and Sampson, Rawley, Iosefo, Wood, Toogood, Scarpari (IA). Andrew Fyfe and Andrew Simpson were the field umpires. Ivanhoe Assumption congratulated the club record holder for games played, Colin McDonald, as he ran out for the 300th time. He had finished the previous season on 299 but his teammates convinced him to play at least one more game. “Village” was a life member, a long serving committeeman and had coached the ‘ressies’.

20 YEARS AGO – 1994 In A Section, Old Melburnians kept their undefeated record in tact but their match against Old Haileybury was far from an easy victory. Haileybury jumped to a 4 goal lead by quarter time and were seemingly in control at half time. Melburnians kicking for goal was inconsistent and in the last quarter, they ‘peppered’ the goals kicking 2.10 and won the game 14.22 to 15.9. Best: Berry (5), Nichols, Theodore, Useinov, Lovett, Thompson (OM) and Byrns (5), Connell, Carty, Phillips, Hilton, Rowlands (OH). Uni Blues also led their section with an undefeated record to date in B Section. They also trailed at half time but were strong enough to win against Old Paradians 19.17 to 13.12. Best: Wilson, Cavalier (4), Harris, Furphy, Kishanous, McLaughlan (UB) and 42

Considine, Cosgriff, O’Loghlin (3), Philp, Canavan, Shannon (OP).

30 YEARS AGO – 1984 In D Section, MHSOB ended Thomastown’s 25 run of victories and in doing so, won by 10 goals. Best: Atchison, McLardle, Flegeltaub (MHSOB) and Steele, Bell, Assetta (Thomastown). St Kevins, undefeated in C Section, annihilated Old Haileybury 26.16 to 14.13. Best: Sargeant (7), Olle, Mullen (StK) and Gerny, Derham, Skilton (OH). Merit Award winners were Peter Hutchinson (Power House), Peter O’Donohue (Uni Blacks), Frank Luscombe (Bulleen Temp), Col Gibson (Therry), Tony Fink (Old Carey), Jack Wilson (Ormond & Umpiring) and Jack White (StKilda CBC).

40 YEARS AGO – 1974 Old Geelong firmed as early E Section favourites and were undefeated on top following their win against AJAX in a very closely contested match. OGS could have kicked themselves out of the contest with 4.10 in the last term but finished up winning by 9 points. Best: Law, Welbye, Jens, J Spiden (3), B Spiden, Gilbert (OGS) and D Freeman, Jacobs, Jurberg, Rozen, C freeman, Segal (AJAX). Colin Glover created a club record at De La Salle when he ran out for his 232nd game beating Vin Pilkington’s previous record. Jim Kelly played his 150th game for ANZ having previously played with the ES&A Bank Club prior to their merger with ANZ in 1970.

50 YEARS AGO – 1964 Old rivals, Old Haileybury and Old Carey turned on a great game at Halifax Street where Carey’s straight kicking (14.1) kept them close and Haileybury’s inaccuracy (12.19) almost cost them the game. Best: McCready, Henderson, Porter (OH) and Voight, Edwards, Smith (OC). Andy Home was captain of Old Haileybury and John Elliott led Old Carey. David Hughes kicked 13 goals for Old Scotch as they trounced Parkside 27.14 to 5.7. THE AMATEUR FOOTBALLER 2014


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Read the full U19 Premier report on the VAFA iPad App – Available at the App store U19 Premier with John Donohoe

Beaumaris flexed their muscles from the opening bounce kicking against struggling Old Melburnians. OM’s didn’t kick a goal until the 4th, Alstergren kicked their only major. For the undefeated Sharks, Smout continued to dominate the competition’s goal kicking tally, adding 5 to go well ahead of the pack on 23, while Williams and Grange (4) were sublime for the league leaders. De La Salle took on Old Scotch, with both sides in desperate need of a win to get their season on track, Davian kicked 5 for the Cardinals as they recorded a good win. St Bernard’s hosted SKOBs

U19 Section 2 Report

@jdonohoe12 in a heavyweight battle. SKOBs jumped out of the blocks before the home side responded in the second and from there, were never troubled. DeLeur, Considine and Caven were best for St Bernard’s while for St. Kevin’s De Biase Quinlan were best. The 2013 Grand Final rematch saw Old Xavs host St Bedes/Mentone Tigers. However, two completely different sides took the field and memories were raw for the few Xavs who played in that loss. From the start Xavs dominated, keeping the reigning premiers goalless in the 1st term. Old Xavs won by 100 points for the second time in 3 weeks. Silk and Jeremy kicked 5 goals each in the win.

@LewisEmmerson

University Blues dominated in a blinding performance to beat Mazenod. Mazenod could only watch as University Blues ran away in the second half. University Blues’ William Blakey was unstoppable, kicking 5 goals. Old Brighton failed to kick a goal in the opening term against Whitefriars. Whitefriars led throughout the whole game to win in a canter. Whitefriars’ pair, Daniel Nilsson and Ciaran Hickey, solid with three goals each. Like Old Brighton, Old Trinity failed to kick a goal in the opening term, allowing Parkdale

Vultures off to a good head start. Parkdale had no answer for Old Trinity though as they came back to win 76-50. Joseph Campbell kicked a bag of six goals helping secure the OT’s second consecutive win. At Crawford Oval, it was a tight between Collegians and University Blacks. Although Blacks trailed by 26 points at half time they managed to overhaul Collegians in the final quarter to prevail by 8 points. Keen to redeem themselves; Fitzroy came for victory against the Fields. Fitzroy were just too strong, despite Caulfield’s Jack Edwards who played brilliantly, scoring three goals while Fitzroy’s nine goal kickers shared the load.

U19 Section 3 with Tom Connolly @tomconnolly15

On a wet cold day in Melbourne 10 teams in the under 19’s section 3 ran out onto the park to get a job done. Old Carey had a fantastic win over Therry Penola defeating them by 97 points with Nixon kicking 8 goals keeping Old Carey undefeated for season 2014. Williamstown CYMS had a surprising win over Old Camberwell who went down by 72 points as Ebinger kicked 8 for Williamstown helping them get the job done. Old Xaverians weren’t good enough to beat the AJAX who ended up winning by 38. Old Ivanhoe are still undefeated this season with a narrow 11 44

point win over Marcellin away from home, Burns for Marcellin nearly got his team across the line kicking 5 for the day. After leading at half time, the Northern Blues were troubling St Mary’s Salesian, but it was the Saints who were just to strong in the second half to run away with a 27 point win to record their first victory for the season. Ryan for the Saints kicked an outstanding 9 for the game and helped his team get over the line. The Northern Blues are the only team for the 2014 who haven’t recorded a win but hopefully if they stick to their guns last year’s pacesetters will find their groove this year. THE AMATEUR FOOTBALLER 2014


U19 North Anna O’Donnell

@annaod_ Banyule had an 8-point win Jones and Lagreca were solid contributors, as they at home over PEGS as the continually worked as a cohesive unit with a view Lester’s R&D were the best to what this season might have in store. For now performers for the winning they are on top after four weeks. side. Marr and O’Rafferty were good contributors for PEGS but La Trobe fell to Yarra Valley by 10 points at the final siren, after a great comeback from Yarra Valley couldn’t quite do enough to seal a victory. who trailed across the first three quarters. Killey Ivanhoe gave no mercy to a struggling Whitefriars and Salau were the best performers for the game. in what turned out to be a trouncing. 152-21 is St Bernards won by 28 points over Wyndham Suns an ugly scoreline no matter level you play but after a big final quarter at the weekend. McNicol the young Whitefriars team should not be too and Ryan were good contributors for the game to disheartened by losing to an Ivanhoe side that is help get St Bernard’s over the line. flying. Morais, Tuke and Battista performed well but were unable to do enough. Ivanhoe’s Ioannou, U19 South with Anna O’Donnell

Beaumaris embarrassed the home side defeating MHSOB by 72 points in trying conditions. McDonagh and Tanzimat were the Sharks’ best players on the day as they recorded their third win for the season. Peninsula had a narrow victory over Monash Blues as they won by 3 points. The Pirates trailed Monash Blues for the entire first half but responded as a good side does in the second to claw their way in front. Peninsula are undefeated thus far, whilst Monash have just one win at this stage in the season. Collegians suffered a 38-point loss to Old Haileybury at the UNDER 19 Premier (YEARS TOTAL 12 / 75%) Old Melburnians v Old Scotch Beaumaris v St Kevins St Bedes/Mentone Tigers v De La Salle Old Xaverians v St Bernard’s UNDER 19 Section 2 (YEARS TOTAL 12 / 60%) Old Brighton v Uni Blacks Old Trinity v Whitefriars Collegians v Mazenod Parkdale Vultures v Caulfield Gr. Uni Blues v Fitzroy UNDER 19 Section 3 (YEARS TOTAL 11 / 55%) Old Xaverians v Therry Penola Old Carey v Nothern Blues Williamstown CYMS v AJAX St.Mary’s Salesian v Old Ivanhoe Old Camberwell v Marcellin

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weekend, Toy and Scammel were the best on the day for Haileyburians while Mundy and Wilson fought hard for the Lions. Ormond proved too strong for Oakleigh in a tight low scoring match. The win places the Monders in second on the ladder. Meeking and Putamorsi kicked 3 and 2 respectively, while Pappon and Murray were best for the Krushers. De La Salle had a solid 44-point victory over Hampton Rovers after leading for the entirety of the game. De La Salle sit at the top of the table, while Hampton’s season is at 1-3 and will need a win soon to get back on track.

UNDER 19 North (YEARS TOTAL 11 / 63%) Yarra Valley v PEGS Banyule v Wyndham Suns La Trobe Uni v St Bernards Whitefriars v Ivanhoe UNDER 19 South (YEARS TOTAL 10 / 50%) Hampton Rovers v Monash Blues Beaumaris v Peninsula Collegians v Oakleigh Ormond v MHSOB Old Haileybury v De La Salle

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RESULTS U19 Premier Beaumaris 6.9,11.12,19.14, 22.21 (153) Old Melburnians 0.0, 0.2, 0.2, 1.2 (8) GOALS, Beaumaris: A. Smout 5, M. Williams 4, J. Grange 4, B. Dickson 2, D. Kelly 2, J. Smith 1, S. Burke 1, C. Mclaren 1, R. Pierce 1, R. Keating 1 Old Melburnians: R. Alstergren 1 BEST, Beaumaris: C. Mclaren, D. Kelly, M. Lovejoy, T. Douglass, R. Keating, R. Pierce Old Melburnians: R. Hayward, N. Baring, C. Boffa, D. Watson, J. Fink, R. Alstergren Old Scotch 5.4, 8.6, 8.8, 9.12 (66) De La Salle 3.2, 5.2, 7.3, 7.5 (47) GOALS, Old Scotch: J. Daggian 5, D. McDermott 1, W. Michael 1, N. Balson 1, C. Worrell-Smith 1 De La Salle: not supplied BEST, Old Scotch: J. Daggian, J. Gordon, H. Harms, D. McDermott, C. Worrell-Smith, J. Beard De La Salle: not supplied Old Xaverians 4.3, 7.6, 15.7, 18.10 (118) St Bedes / Mentone Tigers 0.2, 1.2, 2.4, 2.4 (16) GOALS, Old Xaverians: J. Hannan 5, O. Silk 5, T. Anderson 2, M. Henderson 1, J. Benson 1, T. Vander Haar 1, T. Harrison 1, F. Nugent 1, C. Turner 1 St Bedes / Mentone Tigers: B. Hubeek 1, S. Upton 1 BEST, Old Xaverians: St Bedes / Mentone Tigers: R. Iudica, P. Hurst, A. Watterson, J. Pastura, B. Hubeek, A. Heatley St Bernards 1.3, 6.6, 7.9, 10.11 (71) St Kevins 3.0, 3.1, 5.3, 7.5 (47) GOALS, St Bernards: E. Sibbald 2, S. O’Keeffe 1, Z. O’Halloran 1, C. Hughes 1, P. Romano 1, T. Riley 1, J. Hedley 1, B. Ronke 1, J. Riley 1 St Kevins: S. Lewin 2, H. Kerr 1, W. Ostrowsky 1, N. Fletcher 1, T. Quinlan 1, T. Vanderslik 1 BEST, St Bernards: M. DeLeur, W. Considine, M. Caven, S. Woods, P. Romano, H. Wade St Kevins: R. De Biase, T. Quinlan, T. Massey, W. Ostrowsky, C. Utri, M. Spence

Under 19 Section 2 University Blues 3.2, 5.5, 7.9, 11.14 (80) Mazenod 3.3, 4.5, 5.5, 6.5 (41) GOALS, University Blues: W. Blakey 5, W. Langley 3, D. Batarilo 2, J. Curnow 1 Mazenod: S. Forster 2, P. Rozanitis 1, T. Corrie 1, P. Cincotta 1, T. McDonald 1 BEST, University Blues: W. Blakey, J. Cross, J. Curnow, T. Coburn, G. McFarlane, W. Langley Mazenod: D. Smith, J. Di Nezza, P. Cincotta, L. Strudwick, P. Rozanitis, T. McDonald Whitefriars 5.5, 6.8, 8.12, 10.13 (73) Old Brighton 0.3, 1.6, 6.8, 9.12 (66) GOALS, Whitefriars: D. Nilsson 3, C. Hickey 3, N. Mercuri 2, J. Hardy 1, N. Adam 1 Old Brighton: B. Harris 2, J. Knight 2, J. Rutter 1, B. Williams 1, J. McLean 1, J. Cowling 1, T. Edmonds 1 BEST, Whitefriars: R. Malt, H. Murray, T. Petts, D. Nilsson, M. Gasowski, B. Tatterson Old Brighton: J. Cowling, T. Edmonds, J. Knight, J. Rutter, B. Williams, M. Lees Old Trinity 0.7, 5.13, 8.14, 10.16 (76) Parkdale Vultures 3.3, 6.3, 6.8, 6.14 (50) GOALS, Old Trinity: J. Campbell 6, H. Tyson 2, M. Lasorko 2 Parkdale Vultures: J. Francis 1, N. Papatsanis 1, C. Sterling 1, D. Glascott 1, B. Dillon 1, M. McDonald 1 BEST, Old Trinity: H. Boyle, H. Aikman, J. Campbell, D. Moore, T. Kerkvliet, M. Lasorko Parkdale Vultures: J. Gray, H. Spencer, C. Sterling, A. Caprion, J. Francis, B. Dillon Fitzroy 3.3, 7.6, 9.8, 11.13 (79) Caulfield Grammarians 0.1, 1.5, 4.5, 8.7 (55) GOALS, Fitzroy: J. Bluer 2, J. Hill 2, L. Edwards 1, M. Davie 1, A. Garcia 1, J. Fraser 1, N. Harding 1, Z. Hancock 1, B. Caplikas 1 Caulfield Grammarians: J. Edwards 3, J. Woodman 2, K. Malignaggi 1, L. Grigg 1, Z. Amos 1 BEST, Fitzroy: N. Ligris, J. Hill, J. McCormack, S. Dalton, L.

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Pavlich, L. Edwards Caulfield Grammarians: J. Edwards, K. Ponniah, J. Woodman, L. Gallop, L. Matte, K. Malignaggi Collegians 1.3, 2.6, 9.10, 9.11 (65) University Blacks 1.1, 7.2, 8.2, 9.3 (57) GOALS, Collegians: E. Disipio 3, L. Fernandez 2, M. Singleton 2, H. Butterss 1, F. Sullivan 1 University Blacks: H. Breidahl 2, M. Gibney 2, H. Christie 1, A. Mitchell 1, J. Hyslop 1, T. Hurley 1, J. Thomas 1 BEST, Collegians: S. Hobbs, N. Holmes, J. Kyroussis, M. Goodwin, M. Singleton, A. Porz University Blacks: L. McCoy, M. Johns, M. Gibney, J. Clarke, H. Christie, T. McGain

Under 19 Section 3 Old Carey 2.3, 7.7, 14.9, 20.13 (133) Therry Penola 1.1, 2.3, 4.5, 5.6 (36) GOALS, Old Carey: M. Nixon 8, J. Harris 3, C. Cameron 3, C. Wallace 3, C. Hill 2, T. Wooldridge 1 Therry Penola: L. Divito 2, J. Gough 2, J. Keenan 1 BEST, Old Carey: J. Davy, J. Cator, E. Kerr, C. Wallace, J. Harris, M. Nixon Therry Penola: M. Jacobson, J. Humphrey, S. O’Sullivan-Plaza, A. Tana, E. Daley, T. White AJAX 2.0, 6.3, 6.5, 10.8 (68) Old Xaverians 1.5, 2.5, 3.10, 3.12 (30) GOALS, AJAX: B. Shapiro 2, J. Singer 2, T. Rogers 2, J. Nankin 1, B. Schwartz 1, J. Berkowitz 1, Y. Saltzman 1 Old Xaverians: L. Fitzpatrick 1, N. Chancellor 1, T. Wynne 1 BEST, AJAX: B. De Winter, A. Fetter, B. Michelson, T. Rogers, D. Rothschild, J. Velleman Old Xaverians: C. Prowse, J. Agius, J. Bueno, A. Gazdowicz, A. Dunn, L. Fitzpatrick Old Ivanhoe 6.2, 9.3, 11.6, 13.7 (85) Marcellin 2.2, 6.4, 7.4, 11.8 (74) GOALS, Old Ivanhoe: D. Pierri 4, N. Marshall 2, M. Kirwan 1, T. Fidler 1, N. Ligdopoulos 1, T. Kellock 1, S. Tsanoudakis 1, J. Young 1, A. Bacskos 1 Marcellin: X. Burns 5, R. Di Roberto 2, J. Edwards 1, M. Jones 1, J. Robertson 1, J. Bolzonello 1 BEST, Old Ivanhoe: J. Erman, M. Broughan, D. Pierri, M. Kirwan, N. Marshall, S. Tsanoudakis Marcellin: J. Dimattina, R. Di Roberto, C. Lane, H. Malos, X. Burns, P. Lunn St Mary’s Salesian 2.4, 6.6,10.10, 16.11 (107) Northern Blues 4.7, 5.13, 6.19, 10.20 (80) GOALS, St Mary’s Salesian: D. Ryan 9, T. Hansen 2, D. Grant 2, H. Brooks 1, N. Bussell 1, C. Clery 1 Northern Blues: D. Delle-Vergini 2, T. Smith 2, I. Javori 1, C. Tickner 1, J. Thomas 1, M. Manteit 1, L. Natoli 1, T. Simpson 1 BEST, St Mary’s Salesian: D. Ryan, W. Douglas, T. Fly, H. Brooks, D. Grant, M. Howard Northern Blues: R. Miller, E. Mitchell, C. Tickner, T. Simpson, T. McNamara, J. Powell Williamstown CYMS 3.2, 6.4, 13.8, 14.8 (92) Old Camberwell 0.2, 0.4, 1.5, 2.8 (20) GOALS, Williamstown CYMS: N. Ebinger 8, M. Christakakis 2, J. Connolly 1, J. Dawson 1, S. Raunik 1, M. Barnes 1 Old Camberwell: B. Hansford 1, A. Bongiorno 1 BEST, Williamstown CYMS: N. Ebinger, J. Goetz, T. Gill, M. Morris, J. Connolly, M. Christakakis Old Camberwell: C. Lindsey, A. Parker, X. Troy, L. Birch, A. Giovannucci, B. Mann

Under 19 North Banyule 3.9, 4.16, 8.19, 10.22 (82) PEGS 2.2, 4.4, 9.5, 11.8 (74) GOALS, Banyule: M. Barnes 2, J. Esposito 2, D. Langford 2, M. MacDonald 1, B. McEntee 1, B. Stevenson 1, R. Lester 1 P E G S: A. Bevinetto 3, B. Hughes 2, L. Zammit 2, J. Condon 1, M. Troost 1, B. Caminiti 1, H. Weerasooriya 1 BEST, Banyule: R. Lester, D. Lester, J. Clarke, A. Fleskens, M. Kerrison , S. Tanudtanud P E G S: L. Marr, A. O’Rafferty, B. Hughes, T. Memery, T. Cannan, T. Buchan Ivanhoe 5.4, 11.7,14.12, 22.20 (152) Whitefriars 0.1, 1.2, 2.2, 3.3 (21) GOALS, Ivanhoe: M. Post 3, D. Ioannou 3, W. Martin 2, R. Blackmore-Moore 2, L. Jacob 2, D. Jones 2, J. Scardamaglia 2,

J. Lagreca 2, W. Emerson 2, P. Lagreca 1, M. Bullen 1 Whitefriars: D. De Angelis 1, A. Hands 1, L. Imeneo 1 BEST, Ivanhoe: D. Ioannou, D. Jones, P. Lagreca, M. Bullen, M. Post, W. Emerson Whitefriars: J. Morais, L. Tuke, T. Battista, L. Imeneo, L. Morris, H. Eddy Yarra Valley 2.0, 3.4, 5.4, 8.6 (54) La Trobe University 5.1, 6.3, 6.7, 6.8 (44) GOALS, Yarra Valley: B. Lee 2, J. Woolley 1, W. Elsworth 1, R. Chipman 1, M. Gazeas 1, J. Gleeson 1, T. Smith 1 La Trobe University: J. Rogerson 2, C. Toomey 1, M. Evans 1, J. Croxford 1, R. Nolan 1 BEST, Yarra Valley: M. Killey, T. Smith, R. Chipman, C. Mitchell, W. Elsworth, B. Lee La Trobe University: J. Salau, L. Bence, J. Keiller, B. Fendyk, R. Nolan, Z. Seoud St Bernards 3.1, 5.3, 9.5, 11.12 (78) Wyndham Suns 4.2, 7.2, 7.2, 8.2 (50) GOALS, St Bernards: S. Tamraz 3, P. Comerford 2, M. Farrant 2, F. McNicol 1, J. Firth 1, J. Notaro 1, A. Dillon 1 Wyndham Suns: J. Stephens 5, A. Gallina 1, A. Mohamed 1, A. Zahra 1 BEST, St Bernards: F. McNicol, M. Farrant, W. Baird, D. Douge, L. Perryman, P. O’Sullivan Wyndham Suns: S. Ryan, A. Scarpino, J. Dineen, H. Iannacone, A. Mohamed, J. Stephens

Under 19 South Beaumaris 4.9, 7.13,11.16, 15.22 (112) MHSOB 0.2, 2.3, 4.4, 6.4 (40) GOALS, Beaumaris: J. Davis 3, S. Chamberlain 3, J. Bloomer 2, B. Crimmins 1, K. Jensen 1, B. Ellul 1, Q. De Luca 1, S. Lambden-Grant 1, K. Hartnett 1, K. McDonagh 1 MHSOB: L. Wicks 2, J. Ah-kan1, B. Cook 1, A. Tran 1, C. Franklyn 1 BEST, Beaumaris: K. McDonagh, A. Tanzimat, S. Chamberlain, K. Jensen, C. Griffiths, K. Hartnett MHSOB: S. Babb, N. Clampett, T. Scelsi, S. Watkinson, A. Tran, A. Sgardelis Ormond 2.2, 4.8, 7.9, 9.10 (64) Oakleigh 2.2, 3.3, 5.5, 5.9 (39) GOALS, Ormond: J. Meeking 3, T. Putamorsi 2, R. Main 1, N. Halsall 1, N. Houghton 1, M. Neville 1 Oakleigh: M. Tate 2, B. Weymouth 1, L. Pappon 1, C. Pearson 1 BEST, Ormond: Oakleigh: L. Pappon, S. Murray, M. Ansell, S. Ciavarella, S. Johnstone, M. Tate Old Haileybury 3.4, 6.13, 7.15, 11.20 (86) Collegians 5.4, 5.5, 7.5, 7.6 (48) GOALS, Old Haileybury: M. McIntyre 2, C. Watson 2, B. Scammell 2, P. Feather 2, T. Beard 1, B. Scotts 1, T. Trivett 1 Collegians: M. Abeyratne 2, C. Sinclair 1, A. Cullen 1, S. Mundy 1, J. Harris 1, C. Kipouridis 1 BEST, Old Haileybury: A. Toy, B. Scammell, M. McIntyre, S. MacPHERSON, T. Beard, P. Feather Collegians: S. Mundy, H. Wilson, S. Porz, A. Waddington, C. Kipouridis, J. Diplaris Peninsula 1.6, 4.10, 6.14, 7.14 (56) Monash Blues 3.2, 6.4, 6.7, 7.11 (53) GOALS, Peninsula: S. Harrison 2, C. Parton 1, L. Newton 1, J. Miers 1, J. Anthony 1, J. Johnson 1 Monash Blues: C. Oppy 2, C. Cosgriff 1, P. Dowling 1, P. Mulcahy 1, S. Cresser 1, R. Taylor 1 BEST, Peninsula: S. Harrison, M. Glenn, S. Barbour, N. Felsinger, A. Stock, B. Worn Monash Blues: De La Salle 4.3, 6.4, 9.6, 14.8 (92) Hampton Rovers 2.3, 4.8, 5.12, 6.12 (48) GOALS, De La Salle: A. De Luca 4, T. Still 2, J. Stewart 1, T. Hyland 1, D. Marchese 1, D. Krelle 1, M. Howard 1, J. McGAW 1, L. McCluskey 1, W. Mackie 1 Hampton Rovers: J. Campion 2, C. Clarke 2, N. Hewett 1, J. Bryant 1 BEST, De La Salle: C. Akritidis, W. Agar, J. Cooke, A. De Luca, D. Marchese, J. McLoughlin Hampton Rovers: C. Clarke, J. Elston, R. Fogarty, J. Daley, J. Berry, J. Massey

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Old Xaverians

St Bernard’s

Coach: Simon Brown Assistants: Anthony Hale

Coach: Joe Rush Assistants: Tom McClusky, Martin Rush

Coach: Rocky Iannello Assistants: Serge Ramano

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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Julian Beard Nick Balson Alex Brkic Dom McDermott (Co-Capt) Hamish Dennis Ed Gillies Brett Borland Nick Mursell Harry McCallum Lewis Parisi Jonathon Leggo Gus McDonough Jock McKinnon Will Michael (VC) Kris Paltoglou John McLellan Richard Meadows Ed Dalton Cameron Melville Mitchell Pert Henry Harms Jono Daggian Mitch Nikolovski Daley Mackenzie (Co-Capt) Tom Peers- Barlow Josh Gordon James Hunt James Voltscos Tom Streat Tom Beddison (VC) Sam Hatty Chris Rosengarten Blood jumper Blood jumper Blood jumper Patrick Hamilton Gordon Ryan Jack McIntosh Ed von Moger Will Hays Blood jumper Charlie Worrell-Smith

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

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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 Scotch

Beaumaris

St Kevin’s

Coach: Steve Reddish

Coach: Carty Mick

Coach: Daniel Bell Assistants: Luke Williams

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Matthew Williams Gibbons Sam Johns Damien Zagni Matt Lovejoy Matt Pierce Rhys Smout Alex Douglass Todd Gabron-Uhe Jack Kelly Drew Watson Andrew Dickson Ben Beattie-Powell Cal Woodward Tom Williams Matt Smith Jordan Ryan Richard Cusack Cal Carcassi James Crowe Daniel Pace Cameron Keating Ryan Atkins Dylan Hudson Ben Aridas Athan

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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 Fitzroy

Caulfield Grammarians

Uni Blacks

Parkdale

Coach: TBA Assistants: TBA

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Coach: Brett Sinclair Assistants: Simon Widjaja, Mark Liddell

Coach: TBA Assistants: TBA

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Old Trinity

Mazenod

Coach: TBA Assistants: TBA

Coach: TBA Assistants: TBA

Coach: Speros Beasley Assistants: Peter Yeoman

Coach: Paul McDonald Assistants: Guy Ritchie

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U19 – SECTION 3 Old Ivanhoe

Old Carey

Old Camberwell

Williamstown CYMS

AJAX

Coach: Brad Shadbolt Assistants: Chris Branigan

Coach: Michael Tarrant Assistants: Michael Mitchell

Coach: Phil Ballis

Coach: Con Terzoglou Assistants: Zac Read

Coach: Adam Sacks Assistants: Danny Van Aken

Josh Begeman Ross Eckersley Alex Bacskos AdamMeikle Anthony Stenta Dominic Inglese Tim Fidler Niko Ligdopoulos Liam Oliver Patrick Walsh Tyson Deane Richard Skok Ian Lobo Gianni Mancuso Jake Erman Damian Pierri Sam Wilcox James Mitchell Francesco Portella Henry Gibbs Nick Christo Josh Doherty William Gough Matthew Broughan Nick Marshall Nick Horsford James Kandiliotis Tom Kellock Chris Jowett James O’Kane Stephen Tsandoudakis Trent Crouch

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Samuel Freeman Victor Murphy Thomas Kanz Francisco Fernandes Matthew Peddlesden Corey McLaughlin Damian Proksa Charlie Urwin Jay Himat Xavier Troy Luke Wang James Howells Michael Young Minh Le Nicholas Russell Thomas Schipper Thomas Stayner Duran Bradley Nicholas Adamson Bryce Frattin Julian Giovannucci JJ Yang Jackson Hrbek Christopher Webster Harry Crothers Matthew De Petro Oliver Lloyd Henry Tun

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John Dawson Yuma Hemphill Jackson Pennington Indi Ridout Sam McHugh Raunik Sam Brodie Meadows Ethan Tuck Jack Connolly Mitchell Knight Jacob Martin Edward Bordas Nicholas Harkins Austin Slaney Jordan Tripodi James Goetz Mati Christakakis Tim Ball Vincent DiLorenzo Brendan Dawson Caleb Taylor Michael McLaughlin Alex Georgiadis Matt Barnes Jake Slee Daniel Fontaine Hayden Barnett Dali Sulejmani-Blackwell Nicholas Ebinger Steve Miller Ben Deller Evan Galerakis Jake Muddle Jordan Davies Luke Micallef Tim Farrugia Nicholas Green Bryson Ford Darcy Schwarze Tom Gill Jack Temby Julian Franze Charles Bold Tim Purves Keegan Gilbert Matt Morris Jonathan Omrcen Aiden Miller Ali Hamad Oliver Becroft Luke Goetz Darcy Wall Liam Cavarra Jesse Johnstone

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St Mary’s Salesian

Old Marcellin

Northern Blues

Coach: Mark Hudson

Coach: Manny De Bono Assistants: Jason Reddick Neil Taylor

Coach: TBA Assistants: TBA

Coach: TBA Assistants: TBA

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PEGS

Coach: TBA

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St Bernards

Westbourne Grammarians

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Wyndham Suns

Yarra Valley

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MILESTONES APLENTY This week we celebrate a couple of milestones. First one is a belated congratulations to goal umpire Clive “Skip” Shipley who waved the flags in game number 350 in round 2 at the Fitzroy v Old Haileybury game. To make the day even more memorable for Skip, the scores were locked at 88 apiece at the end. Well done Skip, see you at 400. The next one is for the VAFAUA President Daniel Silfo finally making it to his 100th VAFA game nine years after his debut. Daniel commenced in 2005 and initially spent two seasons with the VAFA. He umpired the 2005 Under 19 Premier Grand Final and the 2006 D1 Reserves Grand Final both with Rob O’Gorman (taught him everything he knows! haha! See below). Daniel then spent 2007-2010 with the VFL. He returned to the VAFA in 2011 and after a great season was rewarded with when selected to umpire the Premier Grand Final that year. In 2012 he umpired his first representative match (VAFA v Sydney AFL) at Blacktown. He then umpired the Premier B grand final later that year. Last year was one to forget as he missed the whole year through a serious knee injury after an accidental collision with a player in the last minute of a practice match at Therry Penola. Daniel became Vice-President of the VAFAUA in 2012, and then President for 2013/2014 seasons. He has indicated that his highlights have obviously been any Grand Finals but he particularly enjoyed Under 19 Premier and 2011 Premier Grand Ginals the most. He’s looking forward to may more injury-free games and is extremely happy to be back on the park. Well done boys. Don’t forget to let us know about your upcoming milestones. We’ll be 52

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ALL SAFE AT WILLIAMSTOWN. We all know about that fantastic initiative by Williamstown CYMS, Umpire Appreciation Day. Well, The CY’s have gone to new levels to look after the men and women in green who visit Fearon Reserve this year. As well as their ongoing hospitality, they have now provided a safe in the umpires’ change rooms for all those valuable items such as wallets, phones and car keys. They’ve also put a fridge in there wellstocked with sports drinks and water. Fantastic. From all of us here at the VAFAUA we’d like to let the CY’s know that their ongoing actions are very much appreciated.

THE BIG TIME We mentioned last week that former VAFA umpire Robert O’Gorman was promoted to the AFL’s elite panel this year and he was due to debut. After umpiring part of a game as the emergency umpire at the GWS v Melbourne game recently, he made his “real” debut last week in the Hawthorn v St.Kilda game at the MCG. Not exactly a nail-biter, but a debut with the reigning premiers is certainly a day to remember. We look forward to watching your progress Rob. THE AMATEUR FOOTBALLER 2014


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VAFA COLTS

Olivia Crowe

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WINTER HAVOC IN AUTUMN Despite the autumn season, last Saturday produced wet, cold and winter like conditions. The greasy conditions favoured some teams but not others as they went into battle for the four points. Old Paradians couldn’t find the big sticks on their home deck in the first quarter managing only three behinds, as their opponents Williamstown CYMS took advantage, finishing with a 24 point victory on the road. The major scorers for both sides Marcus Nolan for the Paradians with two and Brendan Dawson with four both named best. Point Cook seem to enjoy the windy Saltwater Reserve as the conditions did not affect their ability to hit the scoreboard with a 52 point victory over University Blues. The Bulldogs opened with a six goal first term, but the Blues were able to fight back in the second outscoring their opponents. Section leaders Mazenod continued on their winning form with a 22 point win over Westbourne Grammarians. Both sides struggled to split the middle, kicking 7.11 to 4.7 respectively. The Nodders style of play is impressive for a new side into the competition and they will continue to be a force within the section. St Bernard’s whitewashed UHS VU. The Uni boys did not score a goal until the third quarter, whilst the Snowdogs had 11 to their name by half time. It’s back to the drawing board for UHS VU as they try and get some of that winning momentum back.

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Williamstown CYMS 3.3, 4.4, 8.5, 11.9 (75) Old Paradians 0.3, 2.8, 5.9, 7.9 (51) GOALS, Williamstown CYMS: B. Dawson 4, J. Franze 2, L. Goetz 2, D. Sulejmani-Blackwell 2, E. Galerakis 1 Old Paradians: M. Nolan 2, W. Gilmore 2, B. Psarakos 1, S. Money 1, A. D Souza 1 BEST, Williamstown CYMS: B. Dawson, T. Farrugia, D. Sulejmani-Blackwell, D. Schwarze, K. Gilbert, T. Purves Old Paradians: M. Nolan, W. Gilmore, S. Di Placido, M. Kolotylo, M. Ouzas, W. Dawson Mazenod 1.3, 3.5, 5.6, 7.11 (53) Westbourne Grammarians 0.1, 1.4, 1.5, 4.7 (31) GOALS, Mazenod: B. Riley 1, N. Beovich 1, M. Consolmagno 1, E. Van Rensburg 1, K. McKeogh 1, S. Deegan 1, M. Sier 1 Westbourne Grammarians: A. Molloy 2, H. Acciarito 1, M. Gatti 1 BEST, Mazenod: D. Wiles, T. Patterson, L. McENIRY, M. Sier, M. Consolmagno, J. Webster Westbourne Grammarians: N. Christou, P. O’Brien, J. Amone, W. Soonalole, A. Tribonias, A. Briggs Point Cook AFC 6.3, 6.4, 12.8, 15.10 (100) University Blues 1.1, 4.4, 5.4, 7.6 (48) GOALS, Point Cook AFC: B. Foley 5, C. Day 4, H. Skliros 2, A. Sagona 2, J. Hynes 1, J. Johnson-Boe 1 University Blues: J. Ramsden 2, E. Condon 1, B. Kowski 1, J. Connell 1, L. Chomley 1, L. Walder 1 BEST, Point Cook AFC: H. Skliros, C. Hobbins, B. Foley, N. Greelish, P. Kerr, J. Johnson-Boe University Blues: J. Morgan, J. Connell, L. Chomley, B. Kowski, D. Lou, A. Wood St Bernards 7.3, 11.3, 13.6, 17.11 (113) UHS-VU / Flemington 0.1, 0.2, 2.4, 5.4 (34) GOALS, St Bernards: R. Woods 3, D. Kennedy 3, C. Tormey 2, M. Zammit 2, T. Mahony 2, J. Sullivan 1, B. Ward 1, T. Baker 1, T. Doody 1, M. Jaggard 1 UHS-VU / Flemington: E. Ramsay 1, C. Aristotle 1, A. Okud 1, M. Walsh 1, N. Munari 1 BEST, St Bernards: C. Tormey, T. Doody, T. Baker, T. Howard, M. Jaggard, C. Gavaghan UHS-VU / Flemington: J. Gilfillan, E. Ramsay, M. Healey, F. Allen, T. McAll, T. Rocke

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Collegians 2.5, 4.7, 7.9, 11.9 (75) Old Scotch 1.4, 4.8, 5.10, 7.13 (55) GOALS, Collegians: G. Jones 3, C. Dunwill 2, T. Varigos 2, J. Martyn 1, M. Parrent 1, S. Sabbatucci 1, K. Poole 1 Old Scotch: C. Goldby 1, S. Neil 1, A. O’Shannessy 1, C. Docker 1, E. Gillies 1, J. Halbert 1, M. Peric 1 BEST, Collegians: G. Jones, T. Varigos, J. Parsons, M. Parrent, N. Brown, M. Dockery Old Scotch: A. O’Shannessy, J. Raines, J. Carrington, M. Peric, T. Bowman, C. Goldby University Blacks 3.4, 6.4, 8.8, 12.11 (83) Old Melburnians 3.2, 7.5, 7.8, 9.8 (62) GOALS, University Blacks: A. Cook 7, J. Heeley 1, C. Lawford 1, S. Lane 1, T. Brennan 1, J. O’Malley 1 Old Melburnians: E. Hughes 3, J. McMullin 2, T. Oman 1, A. Thorley 1, P. Garschagen 1, M. Spies 1 BEST, University Blacks: T. Brennan, A. Hayward, B. Clark, S. Lewis, A. Cook, S. Lane Old Melburnians: J. Siebert, T. Oman, E. Hughes, T. De Fegley, M. Spies, A. Thorley St Bernards 3.1, 4.1, 7.7, 8.11 (59) Old Xaverians 2.0, 5.3, 6.5, 8.5 (53) GOALS, St Bernards: D. Ryan 2, L. Neal 2, J. Bennie 1, W. Sullivan 1, N. McAllister 1, T. O’Sullivan 1 Old Xaverians: D. Molan 2, A. Torre 1, L. Dipierdomenico 1, P. Armstrong 1, H. Buckley 1, T. Agius 1, B. Corcoran 1 BEST, St Bernards: T. O’Sullivan, J. Evans, O. McIntyre, J. Bennie, C. Forder, A. Bevanda Old Xaverians: P. Armstrong, T. Trahair, D. Molan, H. Buckley, T. McClusky, T. Grigg University Blues 4.4, 10.8, 13.14, 21.18 (144) De La Salle 4.0, 6.1, 8.2, 10.3 (63) GOALS, University Blues: T. Kerr 4, A. Walsh 3, J. Osmond 2, A. Johnstone 2, B. Merriman 1, J. Kershaw 1, D. Van De Pol 1, J. Edwards 1, J. Cowland 1, J. Pardo 1, L. Garrick 1, C. Pyke 1, H. Steinfort 1, W. Robinson 1 De La Salle: N. Fyfield 5, E. Espinosa 1, C. Watts 1, P. Proy 1, T. Kovarik 1, S. Bennetts 1 BEST, University Blues: D. Gumley, M. Robinson, T. Kerr, D. Van De Pol, J. Osmond, B. Merriman De La Salle: E. Espinosa, N. Fyfield, S. Griffin, T. Leary, S. Brown, R. McArdle

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St Kevins 4.4, 11.5, 12.5, 14.7 (91) Old Brighton 1.0, 1.2, 6.4, 9.7 (61) GOALS, St Kevins: S. Constantinou 3, M. Coloe 3, P. Murphy 2, T. Marchesani 2, M. Davy 1, M. O’Neill 1, B. Omizzolo 1, C. McPherson 1 Old Brighton: B. Trivett 4, J. Koob 2, N. Materia 1, S. Conlan 1, R. Baines 1 BEST, St Kevins: M. Coloe, J. Mustey, L. Kenyon, T. Marchesani, J. Liston, S. Constantinou Old Brighton: M. Crawford, B. Trivett, L. Buntz, C. Betts, R. Anniss, Z. Wilson Caulfield Grammarians won by foreit. Fitzroy 0.0, 0.0, 0.0, 17.20 (122) Mazenod 0.0, 0.0, 0.0, 4.2 (26) GOALS, Fitzroy: J. King 3, T. Wells 3, L. Sugrue 2, S. Page 2, B. Finn 2, J. Clark 2, C. Smith 1, T. Kimpton 1, O. Dunn 1 Mazenod: S. Davis 3, S. Mitchell 1 BEST, Fitzroy: O. Dunn, J. Clark, H. Kemp, L. Sugrue, T. Wells, M. Willson Mazenod: J. Hende, N. Klavins, S. Bamblett-Furner, S. Micallef, N. Graham, S. Moran Old Xaverians 7.5, 11.9, 21.13, 26.24 (180) Old Carey 1.1, 3.2, 4.2, 4.4 (28) GOALS, Old Xaverians: M. Pietrzak 7, B. Lyon 4, M. Cain 2, M. Owen 2, N. Nunan 2, C. Hess 2, R. Gallagher 1, J. Samartzis 1, A. Ongarello 1, T. Beaton1, J. Donohoe 1, T. Fenton 1, M. Skene 1 Old Carey: S. Cust 2, S. Lenders 1, T. Laidlaw 1 BEST, Old Xaverians: N. Nunan, B. Lyon, J. Samartzis, M. Pietrzak, J. O’Sullivan, N. Drummond Old Carey: S. Cust, S. Landgren, C. Macrow, W. Guiney, C. Wallace, J. Ymer AJAX 4.7, 5.11, 5.14, 8.16 (64) Old Trinity 1.1, 2.3, 4.3, 5.6 (36) GOALS, AJAX: D. Goodman 2, Z. Aron 2, M. Mochkin 1, I. Gutnick 1, J. Herz 1, E. Adelist 1 Old Trinity: J. Salmon 2, J. Gillies 1, S. Joyce 1, C. Sparsi 1 BEST, AJAX: R. Brivik, S. New, M. Mochkin, D. Jones, I. Gutnick, D. Smorgon Old Trinity: J. Salmon, N. Evans, C. Sparsi, T. Cohen, J. Gillies, D. Murray

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SOCIAL MEDIA, LIVE SCORES, Hampton Rovers 2.3, 4.4, 5.6, 9.9 (63) Ormond 1.2, 3.4, 4.4, 5.4 (34) GOALS, Hampton Rovers: T. Morrison 3, J. Lloyd 2, C. Smith 1, M. Fletcher 1, L. DeLisle 1, M. Freedman 1 Ormond: H. Brown 2, R. Davis 1, B. Todd 1, C. Everett 1 BEST, Hampton Rovers: Ormond: J. Young, M. English, J. McDonald, D. Cleary, W. Robertshaw St Kevins 8.3, 17.8, 26.13, 34.18 (222) Old Haileybury 0.0, 0.0, 0.0, 0.0 (0) GOALS, St Kevins: E. Ring 10, T. McMaster 6, D. Bourke 4, J. Edginton 3, H. Shaw 1, M. Edwards 1, J. Doggett 1, H. Murphy Cruise 1, T. Stephenson 1, P. Di Natale 1, D. Loschiavo 1, J. Murphy Cruise 1 Old Haileybury: not supplied BEST, St Kevins: E. Ring, D. Kelly, T. McMaster, D. Bourke, P. Rhodes, H. Shaw Old Haileybury: not supplied PEGS 7.3, 9.9, 14.11, 15.13 (103) Monash Blues 3.2, 6.4, 6.4, 8.9 (57) GOALS, P E G S: G. Guicas 6, A. Khallouf 2, M. Velardo 1, G. Wilson 1, G. Rayner 1, A. Palmer 1, M. Flaherty 1, D. Galea 1, A. DeMarco 1 Monash Blues: M. Chapman 4, L. Richardson 1, W. Geary 1, J. Mazur 1, D. Bourke 1 BEST, P E G S: D. Galea, G. Guicas, A. Khallouf, B. Glassford, L. Shultz, B. Remboulis Monash Blues: T. O’Dwyer, S. Poole, M. Chapman, W. Geary, D. Bourke, M. Davies. St Mary’s Salesian 5.6, 7.8, 8.10, 20.12 (132) Old Ivanhoe 1.0, 2.0, 3.1, 4.2 (26) GOALS, St Mary’s Salesian: D. Gook 5, J. Barrie 3, A. Pathirana 2, D. Cropley 2, X. Leonard 2, A. Bussell 1, B. Semmler-Farr 1, H. Rockerfeller 1, M. Op’t Hoog 1, F. Ravida 1 Old Ivanhoe: J. Beilin 2, G. Williams 1, T. Eggleston 1 BEST, St Mary’s Salesian: F. Ravida, A. Pathirana, J. Barrie, W. Anderson, M. Op’t Hoog, N. Ludwig Old Ivanhoe: A. Karvounaris, C. Toohey, S. Beattie, M. Moncrieff, J. Mathew, J. Cecil MARCELLIN WON BY FOREIT.

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CLUB XVIII

Norm Nugent

FIRST LOSS IN 3 SEASONS The King is Dead: Long Live the King!! In a scintillating display Hawthorn inflicted the heaviest defeat on the Old Xaverians since their formation under Michael Sholly 30 seasons ago. Other results varied from a 2 point win to a 212 point thumping in a game played under lights. Overall the standard of the competition has been great this year and despite La Trobe’s, NOBs/St Pat’s and of course Hawthorn’s big wins, most of the other matches were very competitive and could have gone either way.

ROUND 4 REVIEW SECTION 1 Leaders, Hawthorn stamped themselves as the team to beat this season when they defeated perennial powerhouse Old Xaverians by 101 points. Although there was a marked discrepancy on the scoreboard, the match was described to me as being the best standard displayed in the Section for many seasons. Hawthorn led throughout as their forwards Ari Mitropoulos and Antonio Brizzi each kicked eight goals as unaccustomed pressure was applied to the Xaverian defenders. The closest result in the Section was at Mt Lilydale where the home side fell in by four points against the more inaccurate Prahran/ Assumption after a really hard fought game where the scores were level at the last change. Old Geelong tasted victory for the first time this season when they defeated an inaccurate Masala by 41 points. The match was highlighted by the goal kicking feats of Toby Hammond seven and John Graham four for the winners and Jesse Martin who kicked five of the six Masala goals. SECTION 2 Richmond Central trailed Therry Penola throughout the first half before the‘Stationmasters” accelerated away in the second half to win by 39 58

points. Williamstown C.Y.M.S. finished the stronger against leaders, Emmaus/ St Leos and turned a six point deficit at the last change into victory by just two points. After a slow first quarter, Eley Park “Sharks” wrested the lead from a determined Bulleen Templestowe who remained competitive throughout the match before losing by 16 points.

SECTION 3 Again Kew failed to play out four quarters, which saw them surrender a 27 point half time lead as MHSOB came from behind to finish 15 points in front at the final siren. Melbourne High School Old Boys were clearly the fitter team as their seven goals to one after half time illustrates. North Old Boys/ St Patrick’s led University High School/ V.U. throughout their match as the undefeated “NOBs cruised to victory by 91 points. The winners shared their goals between ten players with Hamish Christie (4) and Todd MacLeod (3) being their main scorers. La Trobe University, who head the ladder, defeated the Dragons by 212 points under lights at Bundoora on Friday night. La Trobe had fifteen individual goal scorers of whom Sebastian Digirolami (6) and the consistent Dale Sidebottom (5) were the main contributors.

PREVIEW OF ROUND 5 SECTION 1 Prahran/ Assumption should consolidate their tenuous hold on fourth place by defeating the winless Masala. In an early match, I expect Old Xaverians to comfortably defeat Old Geelong whose 2014 displays have not been of the standard displayed over their two previous seasons. Leaders, Hawthorn should continue on their winning way by defeating second placed Mt Lilydale whom I suspect does not possess the depth of talent that Hawthorn will bring into the game. SECTION 1 TIPS IN BOLD (YEARS TOTAL 10 / 83%) Hawthorn v Mt Lilydale Old Geelong v Old Xaverians Prahran Assumption v Masala

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SECTION 2 I select Richmond Central to defeat Eley Park who although winning last week, did not overly impress. Leaders, Emmaus/ St Leo’s have the chance to atone for last week’s loss when they meet sixth placed Bulleen Templestowe. The leaders should win but Bulleen Templestowe players showed tenacity and great pace last week when unforced errors proved costly. I select Emmaus St Leo’s despite my doubts on their ability to play out four quarters. In an early game on the Fawkner Oval, I select Williamstown C.Y.M.S. to defeat Therry Penola who have demonstrated difficulty in playing out four quarters. SECTION 2 TIPS IN BOLD (YEARS TOTAL 7 / 58%) Richmond Central v Eley Park Emmaus St Leos v Bulleen Templestowe Williamstown CYMS v Therry Penola

SECTION 3 The match of the Round will be that at Gillon val between the undefeated sides; North Old Boy’s/ St Patricks and La Trobe University. The sides have virtually beaten the same teams on their way to this clash and although the Students have by far the better percentage, they will find the Gillon Oval under lights strange. Although I have yet to see them, North Old Boys/ St Patrick’s have impressed. On the other hand I have seen La Trobe twice in contrasting conditions each of which they handled well. In a line ball decision, I am selecting La Trobe University (just!) Kew should defeat University High School/ V.U. in another early match. Kew’s inability to give four even quarters has let them down. However their opponents today have also suffered three defeats. I expect Melbourne High School to prove too strong for Dragons who are yet to win a game. For the “Unicorns” this game will serve to consolidate their standing in the top four. They should not let the opportunity slip.. TIPS IN BOLD (YEARS TOTAL 10 / 83%) NOBs/St Pat's v La Trobe Uni Kew v UHS VU Dragons v MHSOB

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CLUB XVIII (1)

LAST ROUND

Mt Lilydale 2.3, 3.7, 7.8, 8.8 (56) Prahran Assumption 4.4, 4.6, 7.8, 7.10 (52) GOALS, Mt Lilydale: T. van Strijp 2, N. Hooke 2, M. Taylor 1, J. Oakes 1, S. Hickey 1, B. Hughes 1 Prahran Assumption: Not supplied BEST, Mt Lilydale: S. Hickey, B. Boomsma, N. Hooke, A. Stockley, L. Thomas, L. Powell Prahran Assumption: Not supplied Old Geelong 1.3, 6.6, 10.8, 14.8 (92) Masala 2.5, 2.9, 4.11, 6.15 (51) GOALS, Old Geelong: T. Hammond 7, J. Graham 4, A. Power 1, C. Barham 1, R. Officer 1 Masala: J. Martin 5, S. Freeman 1 BEST, Old Geelong: A. Power, C. Hargreaves, T. Hammond, C. Barham, C. Gibbs, B. Ferguson Masala: T. O’Brien, S. Harrop, S. Giritharan, M. Harding, J. Martin, J. Aoun Hawthorn 4.3, 11.8, 17.11, 25.15 (165) Old Xaverians 2.0, 6.1, 8.4, 10.4 (64) GOALS, Hawthorn: A. Mitropoulos 8, A. Brizzi 8, A. Marguccio 3, J. Farah 3, S. Neohoritis 2, L. Zito 1 Old Xaverians: M. Green 3, J. Raffaele 2, J. Silk 1, M. Altis 1, N. Corcoran 1, S. Chester 1, P. Dillon 1 BEST, Hawthorn: A. Demetriou, A. Marguccio, A. Brizzi, A. Mitropoulos, B. Wignell, M. Dabab Old Xaverians: D. Quinn, T. O’Meara, A. Barrett, N. Larkins, P. Dillon, T. Lee

CLUB XVIII (2)

LAST ROUND

Richmond Central 0.2, 3.4, 8.7, 12.11 (83) Therry Penola 2.3, 4.7, 5.10, 5.13 (43) GOALS, Richmond Central: M. McCabe 3, A. Pruscino 2, R. Nolan 2, N. Rice 2, L. Cartwright 2, P. Manton 1 Therry Penola: R. Keenan 3, J. Vernali 2 BEST, Richmond Central: S. Holsman, M. McCabe, C. Logan, J. Malloy, C. Nontapan, R. Nolan Therry Penola: S. Matthews, D. Tatlock, R. Keenan, J. Bibby, S. Sacco, B. Campisi Eley Park Sharks 2.3, 5.4, 7.6, 9.10 (64) Bulleen Templestowe 3.2, 4.4, 6.6, 7.6 (48) GOALS, Eley Park Sharks: A. Brock 3, A. Grados 2, J. Brown 1, P. Salvatico 1, S. Andrew 1, J. Bonnici 1 Bulleen Templestowe: A. Radatti 2, F. Fernandes 2, M. Sabbatucci 2, M. Silvaggio 1 BEST, Eley Park Sharks: A. Brock, S. Brown, B. Butler, C. Wickham, S. Judd, I. Gridchin Bulleen Templestowe: A. Radatti, C. Broom, M. Sabbatucci, R. Verrocchi, J. Quin, J. Caridi Williamstown CYMS 1.7, 4.9, 7.10, 11.13 (79) Emmaus St Leos 4.3, 7.6, 8.10, 11.11 (77) GOALS, Williamstown CYMS: L. McKenzie 2, M. Ferrie 2, N. Ward 2, T. Humberstone 1, J. Buttigieg 1, B. McRae 1, A. Kosmatos 1, J. Micallef 1 Emmaus St Leos: R. Hughes 3, A. Pannifex 3, W. Symington 1, B. Walters 1, L. Forte 1, M. Pietryk 1, A. Athorne 1 BEST, Williamstown CYMS: D. Patterson, M. Ferrie, F. Henry, B. McRae, T. Humberstone, C. Wiltshire Emmaus St Leos: B. Walters, L. Forte, W. Symington, M. Pietryk, A. Gordon, A. Pannifex

CLUB XVIII (3)

LAST ROUND

LA TROBE UNI 7.5, 17.12, 26.17, 34.21 (225) Dragons 1.1, 1.1, 2.1, 2.1 (13) GOALS, LA TROBE UNI: S. Digirolamo 6, D. Sidebottom 5, P. Russell 3, L. Russell 3, Z. CurwenWalker 2, B. Van Ooi 2, J. Eltringham 2, D. Parry 2, M. Sturges 2, S. Johnstone 2, R. Garland 1, N. Doyle 1, S. Pickett 1, A. Hughes 1, K. Jeffrey 1 Dragons: Not Supplied BEST, LA TROBE UNI: S. Digirolamo, P. Russell, D. Sidebottom, A. Saunders, S. Pickett, C. James Dragons: Not supplied MHSOB 2.2, 4.4, 9.6, 11.12 (78) Kew 3.0, 9.1, 10.2, 10.3 (63) GOALS, MHSOB: Not supplied Kew: M. Walsh 4, P. McGowan 2, S. Coles 2, R. Harmeston 1, J. Basile 1 BEST, MHSOB: Not supplied Kew: J. Galbraith, A. Cross, M. Walsh, A. Quinn, J. O’Bryan, P. McGowan NOBS / St Pats 6.4, 8.6, 12.7, 19.8 (122) UHS-VU 2.1, 3.3, 3.6, 4.7 (31) GOALS, NOBS / St Pats: H. Christie 4, T. Macleod 3, A. Pascoe 2, M. Reid 2, B. O’Halloran 2, L. Fogarty 2, S. Denatris 1, B. Allan 1, C. Gatto 1, P. Moore 1 UHS-VU: W. Cheesman 2, D. Cain 1, A. Soutaris 1 BEST, NOBS / St Pats: C. Gatto, A. Hipsley, A. Pascoe, B. O’Halloran, B. Allan, L. Fogarty UHS-VU: J. Saill , L. Bainbridge, D. Cain, C. Little, E. Coombe, A. Ausage

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SHARPSHOOTERS

SHARPSHOOTERS Premier Scott Gower Chad Jones Matthew Handley Shura Taft Robert Cathcart

Beaumaris St Bernards Old Xaverians Collegians Beaumaris FC

LR TOTAL 5 13 2 13 5 12 2 11 3 7

Premier C Reserve Daniel De Sanctis Blair Atkins Samuel Murray Harrison Lee Christopher Long

Old Camberwell Gr. Ormond AFC Peninsula OB Marcellin OC Hampton Rovers AFC

LR TOTAL 9 17 4 10 1 8 0 8 2 7

Premier Reserve Thomas Duyndham Stuart Hooy Nick Dickinson James Symons Shaun Glennen

St Bernards Old Brighton Gr. Beaumaris FC St Bedes / Mentone Tigers AFC St Bedes / Mentone Tigers AFC

LR TOTAL 2 8 4 7 1 7 2 7 2 7

Premier C Ed Turner Jeremy Gleeson David Forrest Jack Duke Old Steven Tolongs

Hampton Rovers AFC Peninsula OB PEGS Football Club Old Camberwell Gr. Oakleigh AFC

LR TOTAL 3 15 6 14 10 14 1 10 4 10

Premier Thirds Andrew Walsh Damien Ryan Adam Cook Liam Neal Nicolas Fyfield

University Blues St Bernards University Blacks St Bernards De La Salle OC

LR TOTAL 3 9 2 8 7 7 2 6 5 5

Premier C Thirds Edward Ring Dylan Gook Troy McMaster James Barrie George Guicas

St Kevins OB St Mary’s Salesian St Kevins OB St Mary’s Salesian PEGS Football Club

LR TOTAL 10 17 5 17 6 17 3 9 6 9

Premier B David Fayman Michael Meehan Panayioti Karageorgiou Dominic Nixon Jake Lew

AJAX Afc Old Haileyburians St Kevins OB University Blues AJAX Afc

LR TOTAL 4 19 1 15 2 12 1 11 5 11

Division 1 Corey Bannister Jarrod Bannister Ben Robertson Paul Tucker Adam Sleight

Therry Penola OB Therry Penola OB Old Mentonians Old Geelong Prahran Assumption AFC

LR TOTAL 3 25 8 22 2 12 0 12 4 11

Premier B Reserve Jamie Mugavin Michael Dolan Patrick Aughton Koby Trajanovski Cameron Tunbridge

University Blues St Kevins OB St Kevins OB Old Ivanhoe Gr. Old Melburnians

LR TOTAL 1 12 6 12 4 9 2 9 4 9

Division 1 Reserve Matthew Sultana Steven Barlow Benjamin Seeger Christopher Trend Ben Hynes

Williamstown CYMS Williamstown CYMS Yarra Valley OB Yarra Valley OB Williamstown CYMS

LR TOTAL 3 14 2 13 4 12 3 9 0 9

Premier B Thirds Stuart Conlan Marek Pietrzak Will Osborn Nick Dickinson Daniel Barry

Old Brighton Gr. Old Xaverians Caulfield Gr. Beaumaris FC Old Xaverians

LR TOTAL 1 10 7 10 0 10 0 9 0 8

Division 2 Aaron Thornton Sabastian Ciavola Louis Holmes David Boundy Sam Bradford

Elsternwick AFC Eltham Collegians AFC St Mary’s Salesian Old Paradians South Melbourne Districts

LR TOTAL 5 16 0 15 6 15 0 14 2 12

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Division 2 Reserve Stefan Gusts Zach Tranter Matthew Gleeson Brendan Dummett Scott Gatehouse Division 3 Noel Bahnsen Thomas Kennedy Christopher Beluszar Rhys Kirk James King Division 3 Reserve Travis Houlden Mitchell Sweeney Josh Beasley Bart Thompson Patrick Arnold U19 Premier Alex Smout Oscar Silk Jeremy Hannan Sam Lewin James Canterbury Division 4 Reserve Donny Manoukian Jason Jackomos Aaron Thompson Shane Devers Jarrod Ward Division 4 Daniel Penny Jason Ince Andrew Baker Russell White David Tremewen Under 19 Section 2 Joseph Campbell Daniel Batarilo Declan Fowler William Blakey Joseph Hill

St Mary’s Salesian Eltham Collegians AFC Ivanhoe AFC Eltham Collegians AFC St Mary’s Salesian

LR TOTAL 7 25 10 18 3 11 5 10 1 10

Under 19 Section 3 Xavier Burns Daniel Ryan Nicholas Ebinger Mitchell Nixon Lachlan Fitzpatrick

Marcellin OC St Mary’s Salesian Williamstown CYMS Old Carey Gr. Old Xaverians

LR TOTAL 5 20 9 19 8 17 8 14 1 11

Eley Park Sharks Swinburne University AFC Emmaus St Leos OC AFC UHS-VU AFC Northern Blues

LR TOTAL 8 23 0 17 5 14 2 12 0 12

Under 19 North Josh Stephens Thomas Hancock Brenden # Wilson Jack Firth Rory Chipman

Wyndam Suns Football Club Yarra Valley OB Wyndam Suns Football Club St Bernards Yarra Valley OB

LR TOTAL 5 19 0 13 0 9 1 8 1 8

Eley Park Sharks UHS-VU AFC Eley Park Sharks La Trobe University AFC Power House AFC

LR TOTAL 3 16 6 14 1 14 2 12 5 10

Under 19 South Joshua Davis Thomas Putamorsi Campbell Jones Sam Shearer Nicholas Houghton

Beaumaris FC Ormond AFC Hampton Rovers AFC MHSOB Ormond AFC

LR TOTAL 3 16 2 8 0 7 0 7 1 7

Beaumaris FC Old Xaverians Old Xaverians St Kevins OB St Kevins OB

LR TOTAL 5 23 5 13 5 12 2 11 0 9

VAFA Colts Brendan Dawson Kieren McKeogh Nicholas Munari Sean Money Anthony Cunsolo

Williamstown CYMS Mazenod OC UHS-VU AFC Old Paradians St Bernards

LR TOTAL 4 10 1 9 1 8 1 7 0 6

North Brunswick AFC Hawthorn AFC West Brunswick AFC West Brunswick AFC Hawthorn AFC

LR TOTAL 7 15 6 14 1 14 2 12 2 12

Club XVIII (1) Ari Mitropoulos Antonio Brizzi Stanley Neohoritis Anthony Marguccio Sam Chester

Hawthorn AFC Hawthorn AFC Hawthorn AFC Hawthorn AFC Old Xaverians

LR TOTAL 8 25 8 24 2 11 3 10 1 10

Box Hill North AFC Hawthorn AFC Canterbury Football Club Hawthorn AFC Hawthorn AFC

LR TOTAL 3 24 5 23 3 13 5 11 0 11

Club XVIII (2) Joshua Brown Luke Cartwright Richard Keenan Mark Pietryk Robert Hughes

Eley Park Sharks Richmond Central AFC Therry Penola OB Emmaus St Leos OC AFC Emmaus St Leos OC AFC

LR TOTAL 1 11 2 11 3 9 1 8 3 8

Old Trinity Gr. University Blues Mazenod OC University Blues Fitzroy FC

LR TOTAL 6 17 2 12 0 10 5 10 2 9

Club XVIII (3) Todd Macleod Sebastian Digirolamo Dale Sidebottom Simon Coles Benjamin O’Halloran

NOBS La Trobe University AFC La Trobe University AFC Kew AFC NOBS

LR TOTAL 3 17 6 11 5 9 2 7 2 7

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1116 SEN VAFA PREMIERSHIP LADDERS 2014 PREMIER C

DIVISION TWO P 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4

Peninsula Hampton Rovers Marcellin PEGS Monash Blues Oakleigh Ormond Old Camberwell Parkdale Vultures Banyule

W 3 3 3 3 2 2 2 1 1 0

L 1 1 1 1 2 2 2 3 3 4

D 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

F 388 425 355 352 306 312 346 277 306 279

A 272 330 305 340 258 295 332 321 415 478

% 142.65 128.79 116.39 103.53 118.6 105.76 104.22 86.29 73.73 58.37

Pts 12 12 12 12 8 8 8 4 4 0

D 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

F 313 363 328 309 288 210 239 167 197 154

A 179 169 192 241 227 269 324 232 321 414

% 174.86 214.79 170.83 128.22 126.87 78.07 73.77 71.98 61.37 37.2

Pts 16 12 12 8 8 8 8 4 4 0

PEGS Ormond Parkdale Vultures Peninsula Old Camberwell Monash Blues Oakleigh Hampton Rovers Marcellin Banyule

W 4 3 3 2 2 2 2 1 1 0

L 0 1 1 2 2 2 2 3 3 4

P 3 4 3 1 4 3 4 4 2 2

W 4 3 3 3 2 2 1 1 1 0

L 0 1 1 1 2 2 3 3 3 4

D 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

F 449 498 375 269 407 304 334 298 269 199

A 295 193 288 304 282 303 376 468 459 434

% 152.2 258.03 130.21 88.49 144.33 100.33 88.83 63.68 58.61 45.85

Pts 16 12 12 12 8 8 4 4 4 0

Ivanhoe Old Eltham Collegians St Mary's Salesian Kew St Johns Monash Gryphons Old Paradians Glen Eira South Melbourne Districts Elsternwick

P 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4

W 4 4 3 3 2 2 1 1 0 0

L 0 0 1 1 2 2 3 3 4 4

D 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

F 637 510 563 423 266 283 150 157 173 42

A 84 142 119 165 232 382 408 487 331 854

% 758.33 359.15 473.11 256.36 114.66 74.08 36.76 32.24 52.27 4.92

Pts 16 16 12 12 8 8 4 4 0 0

W 4 4 3 3 2 2 2 1 1 1 1 0

L 0 0 1 1 2 2 2 3 3 3 3 4

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

F 448 352 405 323 396 293 354 398 246 290 209 119

A 180 255 333 321 332 272 334 316 282 341 317 550

% 248.89 138.04 121.62 100.62 119.28 107.72 105.99 125.95 87.23 85.04 65.93 21.64

Pts 16 16 12 12 8 8 8 4 4 4 4 0

DIVISION THREE

PREMIER C THIRDS St Kevins St Mary's Salesian PEGS Marcellin Monash Blues Parkdale Vultures Hampton Rovers Ormond Old Haileybury Old Ivanhoe

P 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4

DIVISION TWO RESERVES

PREMIER C RESERVES P 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4

Kew St Mary's Salesian Old Eltham Collegians Old Paradians St Johns Ivanhoe South Melbourne Districts Elsternwick Monash Gryphons Glen Eira

W 3 4 2 0 2 2 1 0 0 0

L 0 0 1 1 2 1 3 3 1 2

D 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

B 600 535 327 283 275 161 146 104 0 34

FF 63 95 211 288 344 355 287 258 439 230

F 952.38 563.16 154.98 98.26 79.94 45.35 50.87 40.31 0 14.78

A 16 16 12 8 8 8 4 4 4 0

% Pts 1225.81 12 584.06 12 97.73 8 90.46 8 71.24 8 64.44 4 35.9 4 0 4 32.81 0 8.16 0

W 4 3 3 2 2 2 1 1 1 1

L 0 1 1 2 2 2 3 3 3 3

D 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

B 523 334 309 387 284 362 322 307 300 233

FF 234 294 274 345 305 409 355 365 379 401

F 223.5 113.61 112.77 112.17 93.11 88.51 90.7 84.11 79.16 58.1

A 16 12 12 8 8 8 4 4 4 4

% 207.35 160.34 109.21 104 94.24 93.81 90.57 80.07 77.49 44.83

Swinburne University Richmond Central Northern Blues UHS-VU Eley Park Sharks St Francis Xavier Aquinas Emmaus St Leos La Trobe University Albert Park Power House South Mornington

P 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4

DIVISION ONE Therry Penola NOBS/St Pats Williamstown CYMS Prahran Assumption Whitefriars Old Geelong Bulleen Templestowe Old Mentonians Yarra Valley MHSOB

P 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4

Pts 12 12 8 8 4 4 4 4 4 0

DIVISION ONE RESERVES Williamstown CYMS Therry Penola Yarra Valley Prahran Assumption Old Geelong Whitefriars Bulleen Templestowe NOBS/St Pats MHSOB Old Mentonians

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P 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4

W 4 3 3 3 3 2 2 0 0 0

L 0 1 1 1 1 2 2 4 4 4

D 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

F 466 289 343 281 307 270 251 160 175 93

A 142 139 182 210 261 204 202 363 449 483

% 328.17 207.91 188.46 133.81 117.62 132.35 124.26 44.08 38.98 19.25

Pts 16 12 12 12 12 8 8 0 0 0

DIVISION THREE RESERVES UHS-VU Albert Park Swinburne University Richmond Central Aquinas Eley Park Sharks Power House La Trobe University Emmaus St Leos St Francis Xavier Northern Blues South Mornington

P 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4

W 4 3 3 3 3 2 2 2 1 1 0 0

L 0 1 1 1 1 2 2 2 3 3 4 4

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

A 410 442 400 272 280 554 327 280 286 159 175 87

% 259 175 248 215 234 235 260 255 259 300 398 834

Pts 158.3 252.57 161.29 126.51 119.66 235.74 125.77 109.8 110.42 53 43.97 10.43

16 12 12 12 12 8 8 8 4 4 0 0

VAFA COLTS Mazenod Williamstown CYMS St Bernards Point Cook AFC Old Paradians Westbourne Grammarians UHS-VU / Flemington University Blues

P 3 4 4 4 2 2 4 2

W 3 3 2 2 1 1 1 0

L 0 1 2 2 1 1 3 2

D 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

FF 268 249 346 212 181 83 167 105

F 118 241 175 162 132 89 312 230

A 227.12 103.32 197.71 130.86 137.12 93.26 53.53 45.65

% 16 12 8 8 4 4 4 0

Pts 12 8 4 4 4 4 4 0

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1116 SEN VAFA PREMIERSHIP LADDERS 2014 DIVISION FOUR Hawthorn West Brunswick Canterbury Westbourne Gr Manningham Cobras Box Hill North North Brunswick Point Cook Dragons Chadstone

P 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4

UNDER 19 PREMIER

W 4 4 3 2 2 2 1 1 1 0

L 0 0 1 2 2 2 3 3 3 4

D 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

B 620 532 389 371 318 369 299 266 220 205

F 156 179 431 315 279 418 326 406 465 614

A 397.44 297.21 90.26 117.78 113.98 88.28 91.72 65.52 47.31 33.39

% 16 16 12 8 8 8 4 4 4 0

Pts 4 4 4 4 4 4 0 0 0 0

P 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4

W 4 4 3 3 2 2 1 1 0 0

L 0 0 1 1 2 2 3 3 4 4

D 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

B 607 655 322 356 222 222 286 190 103 105

F 49 66 191 240 322 335 405 379 416 665

A 1238.78 992.42 168.59 148.33 68.94 66.27 70.62 50.13 24.76 15.79

% 16 16 12 12 8 8 4 4 0 0

Pts 4 4 4 4 4 4 0 0 0 0

P 4 4 4 4 4 4

W 4 3 3 1 1 0

L 0 1 1 3 3 4

D 0 0 0 0 0 0

F 660 363 444 210 196 181

A % 173 381.5 214 169.63 301 147.51 440 47.73 458 42.79 468 38.68

Club XVIII (2) Emmaus St Leos Richmond Central Williamstown CYMS Eley Park Sharks Therry Penola Bulleen Templestowe

P 4 4 4 4 4 4

W 3 3 3 2 1 0

L 1 1 1 2 3 4

D 0 0 0 0 0 0

F 435 290 356 236 210 217

A 190 209 290 317 358 380

% Pts 228.95 12 138.76 12 122.76 12 74.45 8 58.66 4 57.11 0

CLUB XVIII (3) La Trobe Uni NOBS / St Pats MHSOB UHS-VU Kew Dragons

W 4 4 3 3 1 1 0 0

L 0 0 1 1 3 3 4 4

D 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

F 519 455 413 448 239 236 225 102

A 191 224 178 250 404 405 383 602

% 271.73 203.12 232.02 179.2 59.16 58.27 58.75 16.94

Pts 16 16 12 12 4 4 0 0

University Blues Old Trinity Fitzroy Whitefriars Mazenod Old Brighton Collegians Parkdale Vultures University Blacks Caulfield Grammarians

P 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4

W 3 3 3 3 2 2 2 1 1 0

D 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

F 354 318 295 307 301 239 178 281 208 177

A 237 227 219 259 280 235 272 315 286 328

% 149.37 140.09 134.7 118.53 107.5 101.7 65.44 89.21 72.73 53.96

Pts 12 12 12 12 8 8 8 4 4 0

L 0 0 1 1 2 3 3 3 3 4

D 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

F 413 349 387 287 377 272 320 266 236 190

A 210 254 183 235 221 316 397 384 430 467

% 196.67 137.4 211.48 122.13 170.59 86.08 80.6 69.27 54.88 40.69

Pts 16 16 12 12 8 4 4 4 4 0

L 0 1 1 1 2 2 3 4

D 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

F 445 382 414 361 316 310 206 106

A 139 163 184 262 312 343 238 477

% 320.14 234.36 225 137.79 101.28 90.38 86.55 22.22

Pts 16 12 12 12 8 8 4 0

L 0 1 0 1 1 2 2 3 3 4

D 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

F 286 322 273 402 213 198 178 268 167 184

A 162 138 130 231 160 234 206 359 296 407

% 176.54 233.33 210 174.03 133.12 84.62 86.41 74.65 56.42 45.21

Pts 16 12 12 12 12 8 4 4 4 0

L 1 1 1 1 2 2 2 3 3 4

UNDER 19 SECTION 3

Club XVIII (1) Hawthorn Mt Lilydale Old Xaverians Prahran Assumption Old Geelong Masala

P 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4

UNDER 19 SECTION 2

DIVISION FOUR RESERVES West Brunswick Hawthorn Westbourne Gr North Brunswick Manningham Cobras Box Hill North Canterbury Point Cook Dragons Chadstone

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

P 4 4 4 4 4 4

W 4 4 2 1 1 0

L 0 0 2 3 3 4

D 0 0 0 0 0 0

F 511 426 188 212 168 118

A 56 146 244 349 288 540

% 912.5 291.78 77.05 60.74 58.33 21.85

Pts 16 16 8 4 4 0

Pts 16 12 12 4 4 0

Old Carey Old Ivanhoe AJAX Old Camberwell Williamstown CYMS Old Xaverians St Mary's Salesian Marcellin Therry Penola Northern Blues

W 4 4 3 3 2 1 1 1 1 0

UNDER 19 NORTH Ivanhoe Yarra Valley Wyndham Suns St Bernards Banyule PEGS La Trobe University Whitefriars

P 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4

W 4 3 3 3 2 2 1 0

UNDER 19 SOUTH De La Salle Ormond Peninsula Beaumaris

Oakleigh Collegians Old Haileybury Hampton Rovers Monash Blues MHSOB

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P 4 4 3 4 4 4 3 4 4 4

W 3 3 3 3 2 2 1 1 1 0

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WINNING EDGE CLUB CHAMPIONSHIP Club

Senior

Reserve

U19/U18

Club XVIII/Thirds

Total

St Kevins OB

12

8

9

2

31

Old Carey Grammarians

12

4

12

2

30

Williamstown CYMS

12

8

6

3

29

University Blues

12

6

9

2

29

PEGS

12

8

6

2.5

28.5

Ivanhoe AFC

8

8

12

0

28

Hawthorn AFC

16

8

0

4

28

Beaumaris

12

2

12

1

27

Therry Penola

16

6

3

1

26

St Bernards

8

6

9

3

26

1116 SEN VAFA PREMIERSHIP LADDERS 2014 PREMIER University Blacks Beaumaris Old Trinity St Bernards Old Scotch St Bedes/Mentone Tigers Collegians De La Salle Old Xaverians Old Brighton

PREMIER B P 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3

W 3 3 3 2 1 1 1 1 0 0

L 0 0 0 1 2 2 2 2 3 3

D 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

F 259 322 242 248 219 258 178 157 194 146

A 151 225 212 159 203 297 241 228 232 275

% 171.52 143.11 114.15 155.97 107.88 86.87 73.86 68.86 83.62 53.09

Pts 12 12 12 8 4 4 4 4 0 0

D 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

F 283 172 227 193 229 246 248 186 147 141

A 137 156 144 195 167 189 229 228 249 378

% 206.57 110.26 157.64 98.97 137.13 130.16 108.3 81.58 59.04 37.3

Pts 12 12 8 8 4 4 4 4 4 0

PREMIER RESERVES P St Bernards 3 University Blacks 3 Old Xaverians 3 St Bedes/Mentone Tigers 3 Old Scotch 3 Beaumaris 3 Old Brighton 3 Collegians 3 Old Trinity 3 De La Salle 3

W 3 3 2 2 1 1 1 1 1 0

L 0 0 1 1 2 2 2 2 2 3

University Blues AJAX St Kevins Old Carey Caulfield Grammarians Old Haileybury Fitzroy Old Ivanhoe Old Melburnians Mazenod

P 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4

W 3 3 3 3 2 1 1 1 1 1

L 1 1 1 1 2 2 2 3 3 3

D 0 0 0 0 0 1 1 0 0 0

F 477 411 444 339 336 345 288 280 284 272

A 225 249 339 334 363 380 405 394 400 387

% 212 165.06 130.97 101.5 92.56 90.79 71.11 71.07 71 70.28

Pts 12 12 12 12 8 6 6 4 4 4

L 0 1 1 1 2 2 2 3 4 4

D 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

F 426 307 384 255 268 317 225 316 149 164

A 212 137 180 250 199 387 322 277 374 473

% 200.94 224.09 213.33 102 134.67 81.91 69.88 114.08 39.84 34.67

Pts 16 12 12 12 8 8 8 4 0 0

L 0 1 1 1 2 2 2 3 3 4

D 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

F 567 401 365 318 264 193 267 196 221 103

A 133 227 223 224 244 369 321 249 315 459

% 426.32 176.65 163.68 141.96 108.2 52.3 83.18 78.71 70.16 22.44

Pts 16 12 12 12 8 8 4 4 4 0

PREMIER B RESERVES St Kevins Caulfield Grammarians University Blues Old Ivanhoe AJAX Fitzroy Old Carey Old Melburnians Mazenod Old Haileybury

P 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4

W 4 3 3 3 2 2 2 1 0 0

PREMIER B THIRDS PREMIER THIRDS St Bernards University Blacks University Blues Old Melburnians Old Xaverians De La Salle Collegians Old Scotch

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P 3 3 3 3 2 1 3 3

W 3 3 2 2 0 0 1 0

L 0 0 1 1 2 1 2 3

D 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

F 235 222 310 118 159 172 140 136

A 121 161 146 138 201 230 222 247

% 194.21 137.89 212.33 85.51 79.1 74.78 63.06 55.06

Pts 12 12 8 8 4 4 4 0

Old Xaverians Old Brighton Caulfield Grammarians Fitzroy St Kevins Old Carey Beaumaris AJAX Old Trinity Mazenod

P 4 4 3 4 4 4 3 4 4 4

W 4 3 2 3 2 2 1 1 1 0

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The Amateur Footballer, Rd 4-5, 2014  
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