MONASH UNIVERSITY MONDAY REVIEW
ROUND 6 – NATIONAL RECONCILIATION WEEK
SUNDAY 28 MAY 2023
Monash University Under 17.5 Boys Division 1
South Melbourne Districts 0.9.9 def by. Ormond 7.11.53
Ormond has continued it’s winning ways in 2023, this time with a comprehensive victory over South Melbourne Districts. Leading at all changes, the Monders – led by Haris Orfanos and Senin Seymour, remain undefeated to start the season.
St. Bedes/Mentone Tigers 5.10.40 d. Mordialloc-Braeside 4.7.31
A final quarter blitz has seen St. Bedes/Mentone Tigers storm home to claim it’s first win since moving into Division 1, with a 9-point victory over Modialloc-Braeside. Trailing at every break, the Tigers kicked the last three goals of the game, running over the top of the Mustangs.
St. Kilda City 11.17.83 d. Beaumaris 5.8.38
St. Kilda City have staked it’s claim early in the season, with a big win over reigning premier Beaumaris. Flying out the gates, the Saints kicked eight of the first nine goals, to lead the Sharks by 50 points at the main break. Despite being outscored in the second half, the margin remained a bridge to far for Beaumaris, with the Saints ending up 45-point victors.
Monash University Under 18 Girls Division 1
East Malvern 6.13.49 d. Mordialloc-Braeside 1.4.10
Last season’s grand finalists met for the first time this season, with East Malvern reversing last year’s result, defeating Mordialloc-Braeside at DW Lucas Oval. Keeping the Mustangs goalless through the first three-quarters, the Knights were able to take a 38-point lead into the last quarter, all but securing the victory.
St. Kilda City 2.1.13 def by. Prahran 4.9.33
Prahran remain unblemished to start season 2023 with a win over St. Kilda City. In trying conditions at the Peanut Farm, Prahran’s ability to win the territory battle early, hitting the scoreboard throughout the first three quarters set up their sixth win of the year.
Beaumaris 15.3.93 d. East Brighton Vampires 0.1.1
Incredible accuracy in front of goal has seen Beaumaris produce a statement victory at the hands of East Brighton Vampires. With an 83% conversion rate in front of goal, the Sharks continue to be one of the favourites to feature at the point end of the season.