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SUNDAY 5 May 2024


Monash University U17.5 Boys Division 1


Bentleigh JFC 1.12.18 def by St Bedes/Mentone Tigers AFC 16.6.102

After falling short in Round 3, Bentleigh welcomed St Bedes/Mentone Tigers AFC to Bentleigh Recreation Reserve, with the away side endeavouring to continue their strong run of form. A close opening term set the stage of a close affair, however, an elevated display from Bentleigh saw them produce a 6 goal second term, providing the home side with a 28-point lead at half time. St Bedes/Mentone Tigers AFC found a lifeline in the third quarter, with a handful of scoring efforts. Despite this, Bentleigh were able to tame the Tigers and provide their forward line more opportunity to capitalise on their clinical nature. Goals from Thomas Washington, Jack Ansell, Oliver Drury, and Charles Nailon were pivotal in Bentleigh running away 35-point victors and securing their second win of the season.


East Sandringham Rovers 9.8.62 def by Waverley Park Hawks 16.10.106

Both sides were immediately tested from the first bounce, with two major scores from the home side the only conversions in the opening quarter. Whilst this game started gradually, one man caught the eye of many in the opening half, Waverley Park’s Ryan Peters turned Boss James Reserve into his own as he embarked on 7 goal destruction. Disappointed with their first half performance, East Sandringham Rovers came out firing in the second quarter with 5 goals, however, Waverley Park were able to match their tenacity and keep the Rovers at arm’s length. A similar story unfolded in the final term, as East Sandringham Rovers fight proved inadequate to contain the likes of Isaac Deayton and Sarris, as the visitors cruised away with a 64-point win.


Mordialloc-Braeside 9.2.56 def East Brighton Vampires 8.4.52

One of the first nail biting games of the Monash University U17.5 Boys Division 1 season, Mordialloc-Braeside and East Brighton Vampires went head-to-head at Gerry Green Reserve. The home side proved dominant in the first half, with Connor Tyler leading the charge towards a 35-point half time lead. Just as East Brighton looked down and out in this fixture, the Vampires sparked an inspiring comeback in the third quarter with 5 goals minimising the margin to just 12 points. The away side continued their battle in the final term; however, Mordialloc-Braeside were able to hold and secure a 4-point victory - their third win of the season.


AJAX 15.15.105 def Port South 4.4.28

Characterised by fast, direct, and classy football, AJAX are quickly cementing themselves as the league’s best in 2024. The home side came out firing early on at Princes Park, establishing a 30-point lead in the opening quarter. Glimpses of a comeback were visible from Port South in the second term, with Jack McKeefry and Jasper Corke testing the AJAX defence. Despite this, fantastic performances from Dion Zuckerman, Hugo Mack Krasnostein, Bailey Naussbaum, and Jesse Wrobel kept the goals coming for AJAX in both the third and fourth quarters. These efforts rounded out a 77-point victory for the home side, their fourth consecutively, maintaining their position at top of the Monash University U17.5 Girls Division 1 ladder.


Monash University U18 Girls Division 1


Beaumaris JFC 27.16.178 def Hampton Rovers 0.0.0

The opening game of Monash University’s U18 Girls Division 1 Round 4, Beaumaris welcomed Hampton Rovers to Banksia Reserve, endeavouring to secure their third win of the season. A dominant performance inside Beaumaris’ forward 50, standout performances from Skye Shipton, Olivia Smith, Sarah Love, Mackenzie Farrington, and Jessica Paul propelled Beaumaris toward emphatic margin and victory, sending the sharks to 2nd on the Monash University U18 Girls Division 1 ladder.


St Kilda City JFC Feferkranz def Caulfield Bears

St Kilda City JFC Feferkranz won by forfeit.


St Peters / Bentleigh 0.3.3 def by Prahran JFC 18.17.125.

Prahran JFC once again put on a display of their class in Round 4, sailing away to a strong victory against St Peters / Bentleigh away at Centenary Park. A home ground advantage proved no fear for Prahran, commencing the game with an assertive first quarter. Whilst St Peters / Bentleigh responded with great fight in the second term, the home side were unable to keep a lid on Prahran’s efficacy in front of goal. Zari Mildenhall, Emma Hoban, and Edie McLachlan were major contributors to Prahran fantastic scoring efforts, securing a top of the table finish on the Monash University U18 Girls Division 1 ladder.


St Kilda City JFC Allen 1.6.12 def by South Melbourne Districts 4.11.35

Looking to make it two wins in a row at Wattie Watson Oval, St Kilda City JFC Allen welcomed a invigorated South Melbourne Districts side who suffered a tough loss in Round 3. The matchup proved to be a tough contest from the first bounce, with end-to-end football seeing the scores inseparable at 1.5.11 a piece the main break. An early goal from Yasmin O’Keefe allowed St Kilda City JFC Allen to hold on in a tight affair until the final term, however, an inspired South Melbourne side built on their 3 quarter-time lead and ran away with a 27-point margin at the final siren.


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