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Full Time Round 6

Full Time - Rounds 6&7

It was another round of mixed fortunes on Saturday for our Senior teams.

An under strength Senior Mens and Reserves faced a tough task out at Williamstown. The Seniors, without Cal Heath and Cal Linehan were vulnerable and despite being competitive for 3 quarters, the guys fell away in the final quarter. It was an even tougher day for debutant Angus Hill who came off the ground mid match with a serious injury. We wish Gus a speedy recovery.

Best players included Oscar McMaster, Riley Mihailovic, Lachlan Tedde, Campbell Tedde, Will Nish and Campbell Hetherington.

The Reserves featured some stellar names from the past, including former Club Captain Matt Petering who managed to steer through 5 goals. In the end, the guys came within a whisker of upsetting the Williamstown Reserves. Best players were Andreas Baruhas, Byron Hughes, Jack Gabron-Uhe, Sebastian Stewart, Matthew Petering and Damien Johns. (For the record, those guns from the past were Gabron-Uhe, Mick De Fontenay, Luke Edmondson, Sean Coote and Petering.)

The U19 Prem team found the St Bedes team a bit too slick on the day, another 4th quarter fade out an obvious issue for the coaches. Best players were captain Ned Bodi, who gave his all the whole game, Saxon McLennan and Elliot Styles.

The U19s Two’s held onto 3rd place on the ladder with a good win over Bulleen Templestowe. There’s a good synergy building here. Best players were Dylan Collins, Lachie Howell, Dan Butler, George Lewis, Charles Galvin and Max Kambouris.

Playing at home, both Women’s teams recorded good wins over Aquinas. The Senior team put their stamp on the game with a 6 goal 2nd quarter, with forwards Rosie Byrne and Simone Marinelli running into form with 3 goals apiece for the game. Kicking accuracy was very good across the park. Best players also included Taylah Tysoe, Sunday Hollingsworth, Sienna Tedde, Ruby Raymond, Cass Newman and Sarah Collins. Congratulations to Meg Lambert who made her debut with a solid game. Well done Meg.

The Reserves fielded one their strongest teams so far this season and dominated their match. The result could have been greater save for some errant kicking. But this was a good team performance and keeps the girls in the top 4. Best players included Niamh Stainforth (3 goals), Zoe Rombotis (3 goals), Juliet Beaton, Melie Johnson, Tess Cahill and Elise Thompson.

Unfortunately, the Youth Reserves had to forfeit.

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Go Sharks!