YAR­RA­WONGA UN­DER 14s

Yarrawonga Chronicle - - Classies -

Yar­ra­wonga 13.4.82 de­feated Al­bury 4.5.29

Goals: Hunter Sur­rey 5, Hud­son Gillies 2, Lach­lan Phillips 2, Zac Fraser 2, Hunter Frauen­felder, Jyda House. Best: Hunter Sur­rey, Hunter Frauen­felder, Lach­lan Phillips, Zac Fraser, Charley McKenna. The Yar­ra­wonga Un­der 14’s bounced back from their first loss of the sea­son with a con- vinc­ing vic­tory over the Al­bury Tigers in per­fect con­di­tions at JC Lowe Oval on Sun­day.

Hunter Sur­rey was the stand­out per­former of the day, the ath­letic big man dis­played great run­ning power and skill level to kick 5 goals play­ing in the ruck and across the half for­ward line.

The coaches were par­tic­u­larly im­pressed with Sur­rey’s will­ing­ness to take the game on and bring team­mates into the game through hand­balls.

Jyda House con­tin­ues to lead by ex­am­ple in the for­ward line with un­selfish play, the tal- ented for­ward set up nu­mer­ous goals be­fore kick­ing one him­self in the fi­nal quar­ter as the Pi­geons team play proved de­ci­sive.

Hunter Frauen­felder dom­i­nated the half back line, the tal­ented bot­tom age play­ers marked ev­ery­thing that came his way, at­tacked the ball and pro­vided enor­mous tackle pres­sure.

Lach­lan Phillips showed his ver­sa­til­ity mov­ing from the back line to the for­ward line tak­ing strong marks across half for­ward and fin­ish­ing with two goals.

Mid­field­ers Charley McKenna, Oliver Ri­d­ley and Sam Hem­phill worked tire­lessly win­ning nu­mer­ous pos­ses­sions and push­ing back to en­sure the de­fend­ers had sup­port.

Xavier Walker, Mac Pen­der­gast and Harry Barker all played well on the wing, with all three play­ers at­tack­ing the ball at ground level and us­ing their clean hands to put the team to ad­van­tage.

The Pi­geons en­joy a bye next week be­fore trav­el­ling to Wodonga on Sun­day, July 15 to take on the Raiders.

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