REN­NIE

Yarrawonga Chronicle - - Classies -

SE­NIOR SCORES

Ren­nie 5.4 8.6 14.8 16.10 106 Ber­ri­gan 2.1 6.1 7.2 8.6 54 GOALS: Run­nalls 4, Ed­nie 3, Strawhorn 3, Ferguson 2, Wil­lett 2. BEST: Run­nalls, Har­g­reaves, Wolfe, Mur­ray Thirds

Ren­nie 3.0.18 def by Strath­mer­ton 9.15.69

The un­der 17’s looked like they were short of a gal­lop and got pumped by 51 points.

From a slow start things went down­hill in term 2 and the game was done by the long break with Strath­mer­ton dom­i­nat­ing.

Jack Kennedy, Shaw and McIn­ness were the stand­outs with Sout­ter hold­ing his head high at full back. Put that one away and fo­cus on Deni Rovers in an elim­i­na­tion semi.

Tom Kennedy kicked 2 goals. Awards: Mur­ray Val­ley Ru­ral Sup­plies Jack Kennedy, Win­gates In­ter­sport Lach McLen­nan, Bi Rite Yar­ra­wonga James Shaw, Red­back Waste Brody Ben­jamin, Bull Plain Farms Bax­ter Droop, Hall/Arnold Fam­ily Sam Trewin.

Goals: T Kennedy 2, A Lovel 1.

Best: J Kennedy, L McCle­nan, J Shaw, B Ben­jamin, J Sout­ter, S Trewin. Un­der 14s

Ren­nie 4.5.29 def by Katunga 8.1.49

The Hop­pers started well with Plug­ger Phillips at full for­ward goal­ing and Ren­nie sneak­ing out to a 9 point break.

Un­for­tu­nately qual­ity for­ward for­ays, were few and far between as Katunga found an­other gear and Ren­nie failed to clear the ball down the line.

El­liott was enor­mous in the pivot, Do­herty su­per at full back but they had too many mates who had off days and went down by 20 points.

Now they face Blighty in an elim­i­na­tion semi fi­nal.

Goals: L Phillips, O El­liot, C De­olev­erira, F Ben­nett.

Best: O El­liot, A Do­herty, H Na­gle, J James, J Bas­sett, B Kennedy. B Grade

Ren­nie 38 de­feated by Ber­ri­gan 49

Ex­cited to have made fi­nals, B grade trained well in the week lead­ing up to Sun­day’s match and set out some ba­sic plays for the game.

Ber­ri­gan got the jump in the first quar­ter, which made Ren­nie work harder to break even.

The sec­ond half saw the girls make bet­ter de­ci­sions with the ball and set­tle in the at­tack end.

The Hop­pers won the last quar­ter but couldn’t bridge the gap so the girls are now out of fi­nals.

Very proud of their ef­forts, the girls have trained hard this year, both at Fo­cus Gym with Sarah and on Thurs­day nights at Ren­nie.

Their team and club spirit was ev­i­dent at all club func­tions, and they were a great bunch of girls to work with.

Con­grat­u­la­tions to Nada Nolen who played her 200th club game for Ren­nie.

AWARDS: Burke’s Ho­tel – Kristy McDougall, Yar­ra­wonga Ho­tel – Leah Rowe, and Bella Pelle – Nada Nolen.

C Re­serve

Ren­nie 19 de­feated by Blighty 26

The C Res girls had noth­ing to lose af­ter mak­ing fi­nals. Both teams were evenly

Awards: I & P Ferguson - Os­car El­liott, Kennedy Builders - Axel Do­herty, STF En­gi­neer­ing - Ben Kennedy, Mur­ray River Elec­tri­cal - Harry Na­gle, Bel­mores Ac­count­ing - Jack matched for the first quar­ter be­fore Blighty were able to push their lead out over the re­main­ing three quar­ters and progress to the next week of fi­nals.

M and M worked tire­lessly as usual in the de­fence end.

Coach Dee, Mad­die and Jas were solid in the mid court work­ing all game.

Ez was on fire and sup­ported by some great feeds by Zoe.

The girls would es­pe­cially love to thank Deanne for coach­ing this sea­son.

It was a great 2018, bring on sea­son 2019. AWARDS: Yar­ra­wonga Ho­tel – Emily Stan­ley, Judd’s Mens­land – Emma Ches­sells, and Ac­tion Bike & Ski – Erin Law­ford.

Un­der 17

Ren­nie 42 de­feated Strath­mer­ton 40

In warmer con­di­tions than what Ren­nie were used to at Yar­roweyah, the girls faced up against fourth placed Strath­mer­ton in a tough first game of fi­nals.

As shown in the fi­nal score, the game was close due to the tough pres­sure placed on them.

How­ever the girls all con­tin­ued to lift and it was the ef­forts of all 10 girls, both on the court and off, who all should be proud of their ef­forts.

Chelsea, Hay­ley and Phoebe dom­i­nated the whole game and never ever dropped their heads, which lifted the whole team.

Although there are some things the team need to im­prove on, all 10 girls have worked ex­cep­tion­ally hard all sea­son, and should look for­ward to their next game in two weeks time to fight for a po­si­tion in the grand fi­nal.

AWARDS: Win­gate’s Sports Yar­ra­wonga – Phoebe Thorpe, Lake Mul­wala Bak­ery – Hay­ley Big­ger, and Judd’s Mens­land – Chelsea Beavis. Un­der 15

Ren­nie 31 de­feated Blighty 26

The girls came up against an ex­tremely strong op­po­si­tion to­day, to be trail­ing by five goals at quar­ter time.

With a cou­ple of changes in po­si­tions and a lot of hard work the girls got back into the game, to be only three be­hind at half time.

The sec­ond half the girls played their game win­ning in de­fence, good pass­ing in the Bas­sett, Lake Mul­wala Bak­ery - Ma­son Han­ley, Yar­ra­wonga Mul Auto Elec - Jack James.

So all 4 footy teams are off to Mathoura on Sun­day in elim­i­na­tion semi’s. mid court and shoot­ing strong, the Hop­pers came away with a five-goal win.

Great job girls.

AWARDS: Arnold/Hall Fam­ily Award – Brooke Knight, Lake Mul­wala Bak­ery – Han­nah Shoppee, and Judd’s Mens­land – Chloe Forge. Un­der 13

Ren­nie 36 de­feated Deni Rovers 2

What a rip­per day to play a fi­nal. The girls came out strong from the first whis­tle.

With the best de­fen­sive pres­sure seen this year, they took lead and didn’t look back.

The girls all worked hard for 4 quar­ters in the heat and played as a team.

This was the first game the girls have played with these po­si­tions, and they nailed it.

Let’s keep work­ing hard at train­ing and aim for gold.

Well done girls.

AWARDS: Mul­wala Bak­ery – Abbey Coghill, Ricky D’s – Grace Stephens, and Yar­ra­wonga Fish’N’Chips – Char­lotte Bott.

Ben Welsh kicks straight for one of his two ma­jors.

Jac­inta Beavis shoots on of her nu­mer­ous goals in the Hop­pers win.

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