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SUNDAY 21 April 2024

Monash University Under 17.5 Boys Division 1

Port South 6.4.40 def by Waverley Park Hawks 8.8.56

Following their fairy tale ending to round 1 win against East Sandy Rovers, Port South were unable to back up their efforts against Waverley Park Hawks being defeated by 16 points on Sunday Afternoon. Waverley Park notched their first win of the 2024 season in what began as a close encounter with Port South only narrowly leading by 7 points after the first quarter. The Hawks were able to breakaway in the second quarter adding 3.2 to the scoreboard and held Port South to just two points. Port South forged a comeback in the second half to kick three goals in the third quarter however, this was not enough to get them over the line.

St Bedes/Mentone Tigers AFC 9.8.62 def by AJAX 11.9.75

AJAX continued their winning form with a 13-point win over St Bedes/Mentone Tigers AFC at Mentone Reserve. It was a slow start from AJAX as the Tigers kicked an impressive 5.3 to give themselves a 26-point lead at the first break. The Tigers stepped it up another gear in the second kicking 4.2 to lead 59-20 heading into the final half. AJAX were able to slow the Tigers scoring in the third keeping them to 3 points, whilst kicking relatively accurate to trail by 15 points at the end of the third. The tables turned in the last and AJAX were able to continue their dream start to the season winning 75-62. Special mentions go to Oliver Griffin from the Tigers for kicking a bag (5 goals).

Mordialloc-Braeside 21.16.142 def East Sandringham Rovers 4.5.29

Mordialloc-Braeside recorded a monster win against East Sandringham Rovers after what was a relatively close first quarter with Mordi-Brae leading by only 8 points. It was all in Mordi-Brae’s favour from there as the Rovers struggled to hit the scoreboard in the second quarter. Mordi-Brae added 6.3 to their margin in the second and were unable to be slowed for the remainder of the game as they went on to defeat the Rovers by 113 points.

Bentleigh JFC 4.6.30 def by East Brighton Vampires 9.3.57

East Brighton Vampires recorded their first win for 2024 on Sunday afternoon at Bentleigh Recreation Reserve, defeating Bentleigh by 27 points. It was slow going to begin the first quarter with Bentleigh leading 8-6 at the first break. The Vampires hit the accelerator in the second booting a mammoth 6.1 as Bentleigh continued their slow start, only adding 1 point to the scoreboard. Another 1-point quarter for Bentleigh to start the second half saw them trailing the Vampires 10-56. It was the Vampires who struggled in the final term as Bentleigh looked to make a late charge holding the Vampires to 1 point for the quarter however, it was too little too late and the Vampires were able to hold onto their lead to win 57-30.

Monash University Under 18 Girls Division 1

Hampton Rovers 1.1.7 def by St Peters/Bentleigh 14.5.89

It was a tough morning at Boss James Reserve for the Hampton Rovers as St Peters/Bentleigh continued their strong start to 2024, winning 89-7. Both sides had a slow start to begin, finding it hard to hit the scoreboard with St Peters/Bentleigh opening the scoring for the game kicking 1.1 to lead by 7 points heading in to the second quarter. The Rovers continued to struggle to as St Peters/Bentleigh went from strength-to-strength throughout the match to be eventual 82-point winners.

St Kilda City JFC Feferkranz 10.18.78 def South Melbourne Districts JFC 1.0.6

St Kilda City are proving to be the team to beat this season after recording another strong win against South Melbourne at the Peanut Farm to open their 2024 campaign. South Melbourne put up a strong fight, however, were unable to slow the scoring of St Kilda City as they went on to record a 12-goal win.

Beaumaris JFC def St Kilda City JFC Allen

Beaumaris JFC won by forfeit.

Caulfield Bears JFC 1.0.6 def by Prahran JFC 10.17.77

Prahran JFC recorded a 71-point win against Caulfield Bears JFC Sunday afternoon at Koornang Park to sit 2-0 on the ladder to begin the 2024 season. Prahran were able to keep Caulfield scoreless for a half of footy leading 35-0 heading into the second half. Caulfield recorded their first major in the third however, Prahran and Izabela Ignjic (5 goals) were way too strong and went on to win 77-6.


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