MONASH UNIVERSITY MONDAY REVIEW
ROUND 5 – NATIONAL VOLUNTEER ROUND – PARTNERED BY STORAGE KING
SUNDAY 21 MAY 2023
Monash University Under 18 Girls Division 1
East Brighton Vampires 2.1.13 def by. Mordialloc-Braeside 10.7.67
Mordialloc-Braeside have returned to the winner’s circle with victory over East Brighton Vampires at Hurlingham Reserve. With scores all square at the first break, the Mustangs piled on eight unanswered goals to run away with a 54-point win.
Prahran 7.3.45 d. East Malvern 4.6.30
Prahran have continued their unbeaten start to 2023 with a come from behind win over East Malvern. The Knights jumped out of the blocks, leading at both quarter and half time, with the a 10-point lead heading into the second half. However, the Two Blues rallied with a 3-goal-to-two third term, taking a 3-point lead into the last quarter, before eventually running out 15-point victors.
Beaumaris 9.11.65 d. St. Kilda City 0.1.1
Continuing it’s dominant start to 2023, Beaumaris have again showcased why they are one of the teams to beat with a commanding win over St. Kilda City. Keeping the Saints scoreless before half time, the Sharks were able to hit the scoreboard with regularity throughout the contest, finishing with a 64-point victory. Matilda Clarkson and Bridget Scott led the way for Beaumaris, with Jacinta Boyd chipping in with three goals for the Sharks.
Monash University Under 17.5 Boys Division 1
St. Bedes/Mentone Tigers 4.7.31 def. by Ormond 6.8.44
Ormond continue to impress in Division 1 of the Under 17.5 Boys competition, this time with a win over recently promoted St. Bedes/Mentone Tigers. The Monders led at every change, and despite being outscored in the final term, finished with a 13-point victory. Louis Breguet and Dominic Spicugli were judged best afield for Ormond.
Mordialloc-Braeside 6.12.48 d. South Melbourne Districts 4.9.33
After a couple of defeats, Mordialloc-Braeside have bounced back with a win in a tight contest with South Melbourne Districts. Although inaccurate, the Mustangs second term set up the victory, as they led at the main chance by 22-points, before securing a 15-point victory.
East Brighton Vampires 8.8.56 def by. St. Kilda City 11.8.74
In what looked to be the match of the round, St. Kilda City have stormed home in the last term, to defeat East Brighton Vampires. With the Vampires leading at every break, the Saints booted four-goals-to-one in the final term, erasing the Vamps 2-point lead to run away 18-points the victor. Despite the loss, the Vampire’s Connor Tyler booted four goals.