Monash University Under 18 Girls Division 1
Mordialloc-Braeside 11.9.75 d. Oakleigh Dragons 0.2.2
Reigning Under 18 Girls Division 1 Premiers Mordialloc-Braeside have flown out the gates in season 2023, with a first-up win over age-group newcomers Oakleigh Dragons. Consistent scoreboard pressure ensured the Mustangs picked up where they left off in 2022 and look to be one of the teams to beat early on.
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Beaumaris GREAT WHITES 3.7.25 def. by East Malvern LUCAS-RODD 9.4.58
One of two East Malvern teams to feature in the Under 18 Girls competition this year, East Malvern Lucas-Rodd began its 2023 campaign with a win over Beaumaris at Beaumaris Secondary College. After a competitive first half, the Knights were able to pull away in the second half, kicking four unanswered goals to secure the victory.
Dingley/Mordialloc-Braeside 1.2.8 def by. St. Kilda City 6.14.50
2022 Under 18 Girls Reserve Runners-Up, St. Kilda City, despite some inaccuracy in front of goal have earned their first notch in the win column, with a solid victory over Dingley/Mordialloc-Braeside. The Saints set up the win in the first half, restricting the Dingley-Mordi scoring before cashing in on the scoreboard in the fourth quarter.
Prahran 5.8.38 d. East Malvern EVA 3.1.19
Prahran kicked off 2023 in the winner’s circle, in a good contest with East Malvern Eva at Basil Reserve. After a tight first quarter, the Two Blues were able to kick three unanswered goals in the second, taking a 20-point lead into the main break. While the Knights were able to get their game rolling in the second half, Prahran were able to keep an arm’s distance lead for a comfortable win.
Beaumaris ZAHRA 14.15.99 d. Bentleigh/St. Peters 1.0. 6
Division 1 Reserves Premiers Beaumaris have started out with a bang, defeating age-group newcomers Bentleigh/St. Peters at Banksia Reserve. A 10-goal first half for the Sharks ensured the victory, although BSP did restrict the scoring after half time, booting a goal themselves.
Monash University Under 17.5 Boys Division 1
Mordialloc-Braeside 13.11.89 d. Sandy Rovers Highett 7.6.48
Mordialloc-Braeside’s move to Division 1 has begun in fine fashion with a first up victory over Sandy Rovers Highett at Heatherton Recreation Reserve. After a strong start from the Mustangs, SRH clawed their way back within striking distance of the lead, before a three goal to one final term sewed up the win for Mordi-Brae.
St. Kilda City 8.13.61 d. South Melbourne Districts 7.4.46
St. Kilda City has come from behind to kick-off it’s season with a victory against South Melbourne Districts. After being held goalless in the first term and trailing the Bloods by six-points at half time, the Saints kicked five of the last seven goals to end up eventual winners at the Peanut Farm.
Beaumaris v Ormond (No Result)