MATCH REVIEW – CATANI V WARRAGUL INDUSTRIALS
MATCH REVIEW – LONGWARRY V LANG LANG
Longwarry was a class above Lang Lang, recording a ruthless 90-point win 16.10 (106) to 2. 4 (16).
Crows playing-coach Daniel Fry was electric up forward with seven goals, while Jake Delphine and Braydon McHugh (five goals) did as they pleased.
Troy McPherson and Josh Brown were warriors for the Tigers in another tough outing.Hayley Wildes - Pakenham Gazette
MATCH REVIEW - NILMA-DARNUM V NEERIM-NEERIM SOUTH
Nilma-Damum took a confidence boosting victory over Neerim-Neerim South, 10-9 (69) to 6-8 (44).
The Bombers took full toll to the scoring end booting five goals in the first and third terms to set up the comfortable victory as they build for 2019.
Three goals in the second term helped the Cats bridge the gap, but with the Bombers kicking back out to a five goal advantage it proved a budge too far 1n the final term.
Mitchell Dance kicked four goals, while Ben Campbell, Nicholas Murray, James Bourke, Chris Larosa, Thomas Shannon and Travis Dyke also stood tall for the Bombers.
Chris Charles, Aaron Fawcett, Nicholas Castle, Jackson Ward, Nathan Bayne and Steven Heath led a competitive effort from the Cats.Warragul & Drouin Gazette
MATCH REVIEW - NYORA V ELLINBANK
An inaccurate Nyora has just managed to sneak over the line and claim a nine point win over Ellinbank in the penultimate home and away game for 2018.
The Saints kicked an incredible eight goals and 17 behinds and yet were still able to narrowly escape with victory.
It was all about the Eagles early on with forward Adam Cook standing tall and getting himself on the scoreboard along with Mark Vassett who also slotted a nice goal to give the away side the early momentum. It took four behinds before the Saints could finally register their first goal as they trailed by 17-points at quarter time.
Although they controlled a lot more of the play in the second quarter Nyora struggled to convert on the scoreboard, posting another six behinds in the term. Ryan Spooner and Rhys Bancroft were the dynamic duo through the centre of the ground but it was the forwards who lacked polish, heading into half time still 12 points down.
It was the same again in the third, one goal to Ilan Osman but another five behinds followed. If the Saints were able to find the big sticks the scoreboard could’ve been completely different. Cook slotted his fifth for the Eagles and it looked like the second loss for the season was on the horizon for Nyora, trailing by eight points at the final change.
Chris Hodges slotted his second in the last quarter to bring the margin back to two points before a series of Ellinbank behinds kept the door Open for Osman to kick his fourth and steal the win for the Saints.South Gippsland Sentinel Times
MATCH REVIEW - POOWONG V BULN BULN
Catani v Warragul Industrials and Nilma-Darnum v Neerim-Neerim South match reviews taken from article published by Warragul & Drouin Gazette. To view original article in full online subscribe to Warragul & Drouin Gazette here http://thegazette.com.au/subscribe/
Longwarry v Lang Lang match review taken from article written by Hayley Wildes reporting for Pakenham Gazette. To view original article in full online subscribe to Pakenham Gazette here https://pakenham.starcommunity.com.au/subscribe/
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