MONASH UNIVERSITY MONDAY REVIEW
SUNDAY 6 AUGUST 2023
Monash University Under 18 Girls Division 1
East Brighton Vampires 1.5.11 def by Prahran 7.7.49 Prahran bounced back from their loss from last week with a convincing win over East Brighton Vampires at Hurlingham Park. It was a tough afternoon for East Brighton as they were not able to halt the scoring of Prahran throughout the game. Prahran kept East Brighton goalless until the final quarter to record a 38-point win.
East Malvern JFC 9.8.62 def St Kilda City JFC 2.5.17
St Kilda City stuck with East Malvern for a tightly contested first half of footy trailing by 3-points at the half 16-19. A scoreless 3rd quarter for the Saints proved to be the difference as East Malvern added 5 goals to their tally and blew the margin out to 38 points heading into the 4th. East Malvern held the Saints to 1-point in the final quarter to record a strong win on their charge into the finals.
Beaumaris FC 5.3.33 def by Mordialloc-Braeside JFC 5.9.39
Mordialloc-Braeside caused an upset Sunday afternoon defeating Beaumaris by 1 goal at Beaumaris Secondary College.
Monash University Under 17.5 Boys Division 1
Ormond JFC 7.12.54 def Beaumaris FC 5.7.37
Beaumaris started off strongly with an 11 point lead over Ormond after the 1st quarter and looked likely to cause the upset of the season. After leading at the half, Beaumaris let the lead slip in the 3rd to trail Ormond 36-38. Ormond kept Beaumaris to just 1-point in the final quarter to record a 17-point win to remain undefeated in 2023.
Mordialloc-Braeside JFC 11.11.77 def St Kilda City JFC 3.5.23
Mordialloc-Braeside recorded a massive win over St Kilda City at Gerry Green Reserve on Sunday. Mordi-Brae got out to a 26-point in the 1st quarter and didn’t look back after that. Xavier Supple from Mordi-Brae kicked a bag of four goals to help record a 9-goal victory over the Saints.
South Melbourne JFC 12.12.84 def St Bedes / Mentone Tigers AFC 4.2.26
South Melbourne started off firing kicking 4.3 and holding St Bedes / Mentone to a single point in the 1st. The Tigers struggled to hit the scoreboard again in the 2nd, only recording 1-goal to South Melbourne’s 3.1. South Melbourne went from strength to strength throughout the second half leading, 84-26 at the final siren.