Jer­ilderie footy:

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Re­serves: Jer­ilderie 3.2 (20) lost to Blighty 18.14 (122).

Short on num­bers again, it was a tough game for the Demons.

Fer­gus O’Sullivan gave his all for the whole game and was Jer­ilderie’s best and Cameron Arnold was lively in a four quar­ter ef­fort.

Thirds boys Tyson Conn and Fraser Pin­nuck played well, while Tom Mur­phy played his usual com­mit­ted and con­sis­tent game.

Cad­man Ham worked over­time re­pelling nu­mer­ous Red­eye at­tacks and Luke Keat­ing tried hard all day.

Thirds: Jer­ilderie 26.13 (169) def. Blighty 2.2 (14).

Jer­ilderie came out fir­ing kick­ing eight goals in the first quar­ter.

The Demons con­trolled the game from the cen­tre bounce with Glen DiLullo hav­ing a great game in the ruck.

John Law­ton was dom­i­nant around the ground as was Lachie Ken­nett and Nick Bald­win.

Down back Fraser Pin­nuck played his usual re­li­able game and was well sup­ported by Zac Bar­low.

Ri­ley Belling is im­prov­ing each week and Josh Ray came back strong af­ter miss­ing games with a bro­ken arm.

Up for­ward, Tyson Conn was lively and Jordy An­thony had a good game kick­ing 16 goals.

Fourths: Jer­ilderie 1.1 (7) lost to Blighty 13.8 (86).

It was a tough day for Jer­ilderie with 11 play­ers miss­ing from the side.

Ben An­thony had a great game com­ing back from in­jury, while Cruz Nash also played well on the ball.

Brother and sis­ter, Char­lie and Lucy Simp­son, tried hard all day and Brock Kocks had a great game play­ing in un­fa­mil­iar ter­ri­tory at full back.

It was also great to see two of the youngest play­ers in Lachie Wells and An­gus Moloney show­ing some great at­tack on the footy with An­gus kick­ing his first goal for the Demons.

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