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This position has been one too familiar for Glen Eira but to their credit they contained the onslaught, keeping the Bullants to only one goal in the second.
The second half started much like the first as Bulleen Templestowe finally turned scoring opportunities into goals, kicking 5 in the third and 8 in the last. Peter Voglis managed to drill home 5 with his partner in crime, Kristian Cherbakof kicking 4. The Bullants continued their winning form in comfortable fashion with inaccuracy at goal being the only blemish on the point victory.
Few golden scoring opportunities arrived for both teams in the second half as making the most of the half chances would seal the win. Gunn Reserve to face Ormond in a game that proved the Friars have what it takes to be a finals contender once again.
Ormond held a slender 4 point advantage at quarter time. In the first half the lead alternated with the margin never more than a couple of kicks throughout. Whitefriars grasped control late in the second to go into halftime 8 points ahead.
In the premiership quarter, so often the term that decides the outcome, the Friars took the ascendancy kicking 6 goals and pushing the margin out to 34 points. Ormond mounted a comeback in the fourth, yet the Friars were too strong as they moved to second on the ladder after the win.
Alex Marcello earned best on in his commanding effort across the ground. Williamstown led the top 2 aspirants all day, turning on the intensity and the pressure in the second quarter after a well fought first term. By the second half the margin was out of reach, putting Prahran Assumption to the sword in the third quarter.
Facing the undefeated Hampton Rovers, the best was definitely needed to challenge such a proficient side. That quickly became 4 early in the second as the Panthers had all the momentum.
The Rovers responded like a top side should, from midway in the second kicking 5 quick goals to sway the control their way to take a 10 point lead at the long break.
It was one way traffic after half time as Hampton piled on the goals kicking 11 goals to 4 in the second half. Jason Zampaglione was best on for the Rovers providing run and carry all day off the halfback flank. The match of the round is the top of the ladder clash between Whitefriars and Hampton Rovers. Expect the Friars to push the Rovers for four quarters and it to be a tight contest although Hampton to come out victorious.
Wallis 1 Glen Eira: Maddox Old Geelong 4. Villani Hampton Rovers 0. Pinto 1 Old Mentonians: Carland 1 Prahran Assumption: Forby 1 Glen Eira: Van Der Zwart 1, M. Hickey Old Geelong 4.
Melilli Old Mentonians 3. Goodrich 1 Hampton Rovers: Danaher 1 Prahran Assumption: It was enough for the Saints to hold a 34 point lead at the last change. The game opened up in the last with both teams trading goals and at the 12 min mark the Saints were up by 40 points.
But a lapse in intensity allowed Emmaus St Leos to kick four unanswered goals to eventually go down by 16 points. The Turtles were minus Sab Ciavolla for the first time this year but Michael Hargrave filled the void, slotting through six majors for the game. After a break neck first quarter the game tightened up, the Turtles put through two goals to Old Paradians one and it was Old Eltham by 34 points at the main break.
The third presented another tight defensive quarter; Paradians came out and won their first quarter for the day, albeit by one point after kicking 2.
Their form held up again in the last, they held the Turtles to just 1. This was a game of two halves, with credit going to Old Paradians who could have been blown away after being down by five goals at quarter time.
For Old Eltham, while their starts are elite, they seem to be falling away during games which they will want to address during the week. St Johns seemed to rectify their recent run of poor starts and the only blight for Ivanhoe was their inaccuracy in front of goal 3. For Ivanhoe, Paul Harris was excellent around the stoppages and through the midfield while Lachlan Roberts was proving a handful up forward.
St Johns dominated after half-time, banging through 7. Wanting a percentage boost to stay in touch with the top four, and after some inspirational words from skipper Liam Mara in his th, the JOCs slammed through six last quarter goals.
The JOCs saluted by 69 points and the win could really set-up their season and enhance their finals aspirations. Robertson thrilled the Gryphons early with a long range goal but it was the Lions who started the better, putting through six goals to three and held a 22 point lead. Therry Penola kept that form going in the second term, with a dominant six goals to one second term and by half-time the contest was over.
With the Bannisters wreaking havoc up forward with 14 goals between them the Lions motored to an 86 point drubbing, and with it moved into flag favouritism. Best for the Lions was 18 year old Keelan Biddlestone who held Russell Robertson to just three goals in a performance that will no doubt fast track his development. Yarra Valley on the other hand were much more efficient with 4. The Bushrangers had a sensational second quarter, piling on 7.
South Melbourne came out after halftime, keen to atone for their disappointing first half and put through four goals to two in the third term. But the Bushrangers showed their class and with three goals in the last, cruised to a comfortable six goal win. Yarra Valley was the better side on the day and thoroughly deserved their win, which sees them stay in the top four.
Johnsen 1 Old Paradians: Latsas 1 Emmaus St Leos: Baum Emmaus St Leos: In comparison, MHSOB have lifted in recent weeks, providing worrying signs for the lower half of the competition, not withstanding their position in second last.
The last four games provide interesting matchups at both ends of the spectrum with a place in the finals or relegation zone more than a possibility for most, now is not the time to falter. Hampton Rovers returned to their winning ways, calmly recovering from their first mishap of the season in comfortably knocking off Old Mentonians. The Panthers were overwhelmed by wave after wave of Rovers pressure and by three quarter time the margin was irretrievable.
Hampton did as they had done much throughout the season and completely dominated the contest.
Ed Turner bagged 8 goals for the home side in the point victory and their 13th win of the season. Old Geelong was able to match Williamstown in the 16 third and held on in the last. Bulleen Templestowe was the latest victim in what has been a stunning turnaround. The Unicorns have reduced the margin between themselves and 6th to a win and percentage. Bulleen Templestowe recovered in the second to level the scores to 5.
The Bullants had the top four almost in their grasp by three quarter time, with a point lead against a side with four wins for the season. The Unicorns did with another five goal quarter, keeping the Bullants goalless in the last to win by 21 in a classic.
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Glen Eira were unable to follow suit of their struggling counterparts in earning a maiden victory. Instead it was Prahran Assumption who took full advantage of their labouring opponent with a percentage boosting win. The margin copiously grew at each change as Prahran Assumption hit their stride. Patrick Harris 4 and Adam Sleight 4 shared the dividends while Blayne Dempsey was pivotal in what was a best on ground effort. In similar fashion to previous examinations, when challenged Ormond was able to answer, and did so in the third reversing the deficit to an point lead at quarters end.
In a tense final term, Ormond were able to withhold their slender advantage and earn the six point win. Sam Mason provided plenty of opportunities for those further afield through clean disposals and a cool head in tight situations and was deemed best on ground in yet another defining win for Ormond.
This week Prahran Assumption host Bulleen Templestowe, both in desperate need of a win for different reasons.
Old Mentonians face Whitefriars in another result that could greatly affect both ends of the ladder. Whitefriars will solidify their top 4 spot with a win away from home. Hawking 1 Bulleen Templestowe: Cherbakof Prahran Assumption 4.
Wall 1 Glen Eira: Tsirogiannis Hampton Rovers 3. Burggraaff 1 Old Mentonians: Hull Old Geelong 2. Gallivan Bulleen Templestowe Ormond 1. Bowen Prahran Assumption 7. Rice 1 Glen Eira: Denton Hampton Rovers 2. Short 1 Old Mentonians: Therry Penola sit three games clear atop of the Division 2 ladder and given they have not lost since round 1, destiny is well and truly in their hands.
They are an extremely well drilled side, which has not deviated from its game plan that has stood up over the last 13 weeks. The cloud hanging over their head though is that the same was said of the Lions inbefore an agonising loss in the prelim to eventual premiers St Johns. The Lions of will be hell bent on making their own history and delivering that elusive premiership flag. Below Therry Penola sit three contenders, all have registered 10 wins for the year and all have shown glimpses of their best without dominating.
All three sides on their day are more than capable of playing premiership winning football. After winning both Div 3 senior and reserve premierships last year, they have showed their ability to take their game to another level and have produced some scintillating football.
Their ability to slam on goals in quick succession could become an amazing asset come finals time. Their form at home has been outstanding, highlighted by their point demolition of South Melbourne last Saturday, but they have failed to translate that to the bigger grounds. With finals always played at neutral venues, they will need to find a way to adapt their game style, otherwise they could find themselves on the end of an early exit.
Rounding out the top four on percentage is Old Eltham. The Turtles are in some pretty good form, after a few leaner weeks earlier in the year against the top sides.
They have won the last five on the 18 trot and have a relatively easy run home. Sitting outside the top four is St Johns, who kissed their slim finals chances goodbye after their heartbreaking loss to Old Paradians last Saturday. The JOCs though must take stock and move on. A positive end to the year is a must. After a disappointingthis season has seen them push all of the top four sides to show they can match it with the best and has not been a failure. The middle of the Division 2 table paints an interesting picture.
The fight to avoid relegation is very much on. The Gryphons sit second last but have shown this year that their sporadic form is good enough to knock off sides above them. They face cellar dwellers Emmaus St Leos in the last round which very well could determine their fate. The Raiders, Districts and Ivanhoe all face top four sides this week which given form, are all tough assignments.
In round 16 however they face each other, Monash hosts Old Paradians, while South Melbourne travels to Ivanhoe in a match that could very much determine the final make-up of the ladder. The Animals behind all-day managed to hold Ivanhoe to one point in the last, while putting through 4. Yarra Valley showed why many consider them to be the second best side in Division 2 with a clinical win over Monash at Domeney Reserve.
Amos, Little and Yeo all kicked four for the Bushrangers which showed their potency up forward. With 12 individual goal kickers, the Saints highlighted their unpredictability forward of centre, which will be needed later on in the year. For Therry Penola; different week, same story, with the Bannisters kicking 13 goals between them, leading the Lions to a comfortable 75 point win over fourth place Old Eltham. At Thomas Carroll Reserve St Johns watched in horror, as Old Paradians slammed on 4 goals in the final three minutes to record a memorable one point win.
Mark Bellizia would again be the hero for the Raiders. Kingsford 1 Emmaus St Leos: Kingsford Emmaus St Leos: Baranello Old Paradians 3. Kandilakis 1 St Johns: Wong 1 South Melbourne Districts: Kenyon South Melbourne Districts: Hoffman Therry Penola 1. Lyons 1 Old Eltham Collegians: Trimble Old Eltham Collegians: Mizzi Yarra Valley 4. Pollard 1 Monash Gryphons: Neilson St Johns 3. Daou 1 Old Paradians: Alexopoulos 1 South Melbourne Districts: