Hop­pers open ac­count with big win

Yarrawonga Chronicle - - Classies -

Ren­nie de­feated Yar­roweyah at Yar­roweyah by an im­pres­sive 111 points in round three of the Pi­cola Foot­ball Net­ball League.

It was Hop­pers v Hop­pers and Ren­nie took the early ad­van­tage with Ed­nie and come­back king Rhodes kick­ing 5 be­tween them in the first term.

They capped off the up­field work of firstgamer McCal­lum and Tem­pany on the wings, Free­man through the mid­dle and Wil­son at half back.

The second quarter saw more of the same as Ed­nie had 6 by the mid­dle of the term be­fore go­ing to the bench. Run­nalls and Ben Welsh were ap­ply­ing the pres­sure to keep the ball for­ward and Clarke was solid in de­fence.

Af­ter half time Fer­gu­son con­tin­ued his strong lead­ing and mark­ing at half for­ward and young Joel O’Dwyer kept on pro­vid­ing de­fen­sive drive.

Dykes grabbed a cou­ple of goals late in the game and great to see Alex Lovel kick his first se­nior goal. Rhodes and Ed­nie ended with 6 each in an even team per­for­mance.

Player in­cen­tives went to Tem­pany, Clarke, Rhodes and Run­nalls and the Yar­ra­wonga Ho­tel award went to Sam Fer­gu­son.

Re­serves

Yar­roweyah 3.1 (19) def by Ren­nie 17.12 (115)

Best play­ers B. Dou­glass, J. Kennedy, D. Bruce, G. McBurnie, B. Cum­ber, A. Dishot.

Goal Kick­ers: A. Dishot 1, G. McBurnie 3, B. Dou­glass 1, J. Kennedy 4, B. Cum­ber 3, J. Shaw 1, T. Kennedy 1, D. Bruce 3.

The two’s with an in­jec­tion of youth via the un­der 17’s who had the day off, won by 95 points.

It was a con­sis­tent ef­fort by the Hop­pers who kicked 6, 4, 3 and 4 goals in the terms which were spread be­tween Jack Kennedy 4, and 3 each to McBurnie, Bruce and Comber.

This was com­bined with the ex­pe­ri­ence and work rate of Dou­glass and South­ern who gave Ren­nie first use of the ball.

Cou­ple of high­lights late in the game with a great snap by James Shaw for goal fol­lowed by a classy run­ning ba­nana by Tom Kennedy to kick the Hop­pers fi­nal ma­jor.

Awards: Cel­lar­bra­tions - Den­ver Bruce, Hicks Butch­ery - Ben Dou­glass, Yar­ra­wonga Ho­tel- AJ South­ern, Club Mul­wala - Ge­orge McBurnie, Woods Bus Lines- Jack Kennedy. SE­NIOR SCORES

Yar­roweyah 2.0 3.2 3.3 5.5 35 Ren­nie 7.3 13.5 17.10 22.14 146 BEST: M. Tem­pany, C. Reid, T. Free­man, P. McCal­lum, S. Fer­gu­son, D. Rhodes. GOALS: D. Rhodes 6, C. Ed­nie 6, T. Dykes 2, C. Run­nals 2, B. Welsh 2, S. Fer­gu­son 2, A. Lovel 1, D. Boul­ton 1.

Un­der 17s

No Un­der 17s due to for­feit of Yar­roweyah.

Un­der 14s

Yar­roweyah 0.0 (0) def by Ren­nie 20.18 (138) Best play­ers: L. Forge, C. Lonergan, J. Par­menter, J. James, H. Na­gle, O. El­liott,

Goal kick­ers: S. Big­ger 1, J. James 2, H.Na­gle 2, C. Lonergan 3, J. Par­menter 5, L.Forge 2, J.Con­way 1, J. Basett 1, X.Wat­son 1, B.Bur­rows 2.

The fourths had an­other vic­tory win­ning by 138 points.

A solid first term was fol­lowed by an ex­plo­sive term 2 with 9 goals.

Stand in coach Forge was wrapped how the run and hand­ball brought team­mates into the game and over­all Ren­nie had 10 dif­fer­ent goal­kick­ers with Par­menter kick­ing 5, Lonergan 3 and Bur­rows, Loch Forge, Na­gle and James 2 each.

The qual­ity started in the mid­dle with El­liott and Kennedy us­ing the work of James to win most of the clear­ances.

It was then Bas­sett and Bur­rows pro­vid­ing the link in­side 50.

Two out of two but a tough game this week. Awards: I & P Fer­gu­son - Ben Kennedy, Kennedy Builders - Os­car El­liott, STF Engi­neer­ing - Jack James, Mur­ray River Elec­tri­cal - Harry Na­gle, Bel­mores Ac­count­ing - Jack Bas­sett, Ren­nie Cater­ing Com­mit­tee -Bradley Bur­rows, Lake Mul­wala Bak­ery - Jack­son Par­menter.

Thanks to the Yar­ra­wonga Ho­tel for host­ing our awards on Satur­day night.

Also please re­mem­ber to lock in the ball date at Club Mul­wala on June 2 with the ma­jor raf­fle be­ing drawn on that night.

We thank Bi Rite Yar­ra­wonga, Mur­ray Val­ley Ru­ral Ser­vices, Kennedy’s Hol­i­day Re­sort and Judd’s Yar­ra­wonga for their sup­port. Home to Katunga this week.

Go Hop­pers.

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