Industrials storm home in 16s
Warragul Industrials stormed home to fall in over Longwarry in the under 16s by just one goal, 5-5 (35) to 4-5 (29).
Leading from the start and having doubled the Industrials’ score to three-quarter-time, the Crows wilted in the final term with just one behind to the Dusties’ three goals.
Nathan Mazza, Harrison Perry, Damian Barreto, Josh Smith-Butterworth, Darcy Whelan and Lachlan Crook persisted to help the Industrials steal victory.
Sebastian Crowle, Liam Quarrell, Bailey Stephens, Harrison Stephens, Leo Green and David Ahrens made the early running for the Crows.
Eagles win well
Ellinbank led from start to finish in the catch up game against Buln Buln, winning 6-9 (45) to 2-7 (19).
Corey Garlick kicked three goals, while Sam Salce, Liam Fennell, Brady Einsiedel, Joseph Conley, Jack Cole and Brent Kestle helped the Eagles take control.
Max Chesterfield, Alex Hasan, Ray Smith, Fynn Hammond, Drew Cahill and Angus Mulconry were among the better players for Buln Buln.
Magpies too good
Poowong under 16s recorded the biggest margin of the round, proving far too good for Catani.
The Blues were in touch at quarter time, but couldn’t score for the remainder of the match as the Magpies ran rampant on the way to winning 15-18 (108) to 2-0 (12).
Kyle Loveridge and Noah Peacock led the scoring with seven goals between them, while Ryan Knight, Tane Derrick, Alex Henshall, Bailey Murphy, Jaycob Hannford and Patrick Boys also prominent.
Cayden Gowans, Zac Cuthbertson, Thomas Hardiman, Sam Willemson, Matthew Foster and Thomas Allan battled against the odds for the Blues.
Neerim-Neerim South had the bye.