In­dus­tri­als storm home in 16s

Warragul & Drouin Gazette - - NEWS -

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.

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