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Full Time Round 7

FULL TIME – Rounds 7 & 8

It was a good round of footy of the club last weekend with 6 of the 7 teams landing a victory.

The Seniors Men’s team have been there abouts for the last 3 weeks, losing a couple of close ones at home, then not on their game last week at Williamstown. However, they combined well for a 65 point win over St Bedes. The midfield group of Riley Mihailovic, Jack Challands, William Nish and Riley Virtue were outstanding, Mihailovic in a rich vein of form. Leading from the back was Cal Linehan whose intercept marking repelled many a St Bedes forward move. Other good players included Kieran Dyer and Charlie Wilce.

The Reserves keep themselves in contention with a solid win of their own. Featuring some senior regulars coming back from injury and some former greats, the team sped out to a 30 point lead at ¼ time and didn’t look back. Josh Trew (6 goals) and Jack Gabron Uhe (5 goals) lead the way. Other good players included Damien Johns, James Taylor, Lucas Monacella, Noah Beveridge.

The Youth Reserves recruited a couple of club legends, namely Doug Ensor and Adam Catlin for their game against Old Geelong. Now you certainly wouldn’t put them into the Youth Reserves category, nor regular Phil Valoppi, however they played with great spirit on Saturday night. Best players were Lachie Jones, Catlin, Brodie Young, Will Snowden, Byron Hughes and Seb Stewart. An interesting footnote to this game was Doug and Adam, in their early days, played with Adam Rowbury. On Saturday night they got to play with Lucas Rowbury, the son of Adam. The Shark family has long tenticles!

The U19 Prem boys found the going tough against a red hot Old Xavs on Friday night. Best for us were Mitch Davidson, Ned Bodi and Jacob Whitehouse.

The U19s Two’s got things going on Friday night with a resounding win over Melbourne High. The post-match was highlighted by a stirring version of the club song with boys from the U12 Div 4 side coached by 19s player Rhys Starow. Great stuff. Best players included Charles Galvin (7 goals), Nathan Astill, Henry Mentiplay, George Lewis, Rhys Starow and Matt Moody.

The Women’s teams both secured good wins away to Old Xavs, the Seniors playing some their best and consistent footy this year. Best were Sienna Tedde, Sunday Hollingsworth, Ruby Raymond, Katelyn Randall, Poppy Marshall and Cass Newman. The Reserves stay in the 4 after their equally good win against Xavs. Amongst the best were Lara Barker, Amy Watkins, Tess Cahill, Melie Johnson, Lauren Howlett and Remy Barker.

Good weekend of footy.

Go Sharks!

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