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SUNDAY 28 April 2024

Monash University U17.5 Boys Division 1


St Bedes/Mentone Tigers AFC 16.6.102 def. East Sandringham Rovers 7.4.46

After respective losses in Round 2, both St Bedes/Mentone Tigers AFC and East Sandringham Rovers looked to make up for disappointing results with a win at Mentone Park. A competitive opening term delivered a tight contest, with 13 points separating the sides into the first change. A thrilling second quarter from Daniel Plotkin, Curtis Howe, Parker Austin, and James Cutler, gave the Tigers a spark to cruise away with a 38-point half-time lead. The Rovers sparked a determined comeback in the third term, kicking four goals to close the margin to 19 points. Despite this, 9 goals between Oliver Griffin and Lachlan Heckler proved the Tigers too fierce to tame in front of goal, sealing a 56-point win at home.


Bentleigh JFC 1.12.18 def by AJAX 9.8.62

Seeking to secure their third win in three games, AJAX travelled away to a strong Bentleigh side endeavouring to add to their opening round win. A 2pm bounce at Bentleigh Recreation Reserve, AJAX commenced sharply with three goals to secure an early 21-point lead at quarter-time, however relentless effort from both sides saw no major scores recorded in the second term. Standouts from Bentleigh including Alexander Rowe Hansen, Willis Reidy and Samuel Haywood ignited a response for the Demons in the third quarter, however, a lack of accuracy in front of goal failed to match AJAX’s fire power at the opposite end. A well-executed final term from Bailey Nussbaum, Dion Zukerman, and Hugo Mack Krasnostein put the icing on the cake on a 44-point victory, secure top position in the process for AJAX heading into Round 4.


Waverley Park Hawks 9.8.62 def by Mordialloc-Braeside 11.10.76

Columbia Park played host to a nailbiter between Waverley Park Hawks and Mordialloc-Braeside, an end-to-end contest between two sides chasing their second wins of the season. The hosts came out strong with the efforts of William Rice and Isaac Deayton propelling Waverley Park to a 14-point lead at the opening break. In defiance of Waverley’s pressure, a thrilling resurgence from Mordialloc-Braeside set the stage for an exciting second half, with two goals and a robust defensive effort reducing the margin to a point at half-time. Mordialloc-Braeside’s momentum proved too strong to counter in the third term, with the away side kicking 5 goals to Waverley’s reply of 2, establishing a 19-point lead heading into the final term. Waverley Park ensured they left ounce of effort on the ground; however, 2 goals were not enough to reduce the deficit, the final siren closing out a 14-point victory for the visitors.


Port South 4.13.37 def by 13.4.82 East Brighton Vampires

Level on wins heading into Round 3, Port South welcome the East Brighton Vampires who were endeavouring to secure their second win in just as many games. The hosts were stunned by a powerful first quarter performance from the Vampires, conceding 5 goals and only responding with 10 points from 5 scoring chances. Whilst Port South created several opportunities in the second term, an inability to capitalise on their chances meant the sharp and clinical efforts of Tom Raymond, Connor Tyler, and Angus Lyon, gave East Brighton a comfortable 30-point lead at the main break. The Vampires continued to unleash their venom in the second half, 4 goals split evenly between the third and fourth quarter rounded out an emphatic 45-point victory for East Brighton at JL Murphy Reserve.


Monash University U18 Girls Division 1

St Kilda City JFC Allen 3.6.24 def Hampton Rovers 1.3.9

Two teams on the hunt to secure their first win of the year, St Kilda City welcomed Hampton Rovers in what was set to be an exciting contest at Wattie Watson Oval. Adding points to the board proved difficult for both sides in the first half, with impressive defensive efforts from each team making converting a challenge, however a lone goal meant the visitors held onto a 6-point half -time lead. Hampton struggled to add points to the board in the 3rd quarter, whilst a revitalised St Kilda City responded well and closed out a 15-point win.


Caulfield Bears JFC 0.0.0 def by Beaumaris JFC 13.17.95

A dominant performance by Beaumaris secured a second win in season 2024 against Caufield Bears at Koornang Park. Notable performances from both Olivia Smith and Sarah Love who kicked 4 goals respectively, along with Jessica Paul and Sky Shipton propelled the Sharks to a sensational win away from home.


St Peters / Bentleigh 12.12.84 def South Melbourne Districts 1.0.6

A consistent display across 4 quarters meant St Peters / Bentleigh continued their winning ways in Round 3, securing yet another win in Round 3. Skilful in their build up, a spirited St Peters / Bentleigh midfield gave Katherine Harrak, Reanna Barbakas, Sienna Allen, and Tess Baxter a platform to kick a combined 11 goals between them, a collective effort making up for all but one of St Peters / Bentleigh’s goals. Three consecutively dominant performances from the hosts meant top position was retained heading into Round 4.


Prahran JFC 6.9.45 def St Kilda City JFC Feferkranz 0.4.4

Prahran welcomed St Kilda City JFC Feferkranz to Como Park on a beautiful afternoon in South Yarra. Standout performances from Hannah Dowling, Rosie Rush, and Izabela Ignjic guided Prahran to a steady performance, running away winners at home by 41 points.


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