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SUNDAY 26 May 2024


Monash University U18 Girls Division 1


Beaumaris 2.12.24 def by St Kilda City JFC 5.1.31

Beaumaris suffered another incredibly close loss as St Kilda City continued their winning form on Sunday at Banksia Reserve. Beaumaris started the game off strongly, holding St Kilda City to one goal, to lead 17-6 at half time. St Kilda City came out from the break seeking a comeback, keeping Beaumaris to 2.2 for the remainder of the game. St Kilda City kicked straight in the second half to record a come from behind win by 7-points. The game was highlighted by Mikayla Berto from St Kilda City booting a massive 3 goals to help them secure the win.


Prahran JFC 11.11.77 def St Peters/Bentleigh 1.1.7

Prahran continued to prove why they’re the team to beat with a strong win over St Peters/Bentleigh to continue their unbeaten run this season. Prahran went from strength to strength throughout the game to lead 38-1 at half time. St Peters/Bentleigh fought hard however, couldn’t stop the run of Prahran, in particular Isabel Coventry & Izabela Ignjic who kicked 3 majors each to assist Prahran to a 70-point win at Como Park.


Monash University U17.5 Boys Division 1


AJAX JFC 12.17.89 def Waverley Park Hawks 4.4.28

Coming off a convincing win against the East Sandy Rovers, AJAX continued their winning ways against the Waverley Park Hawks on Sunday at Princes Park. The Hawks were unable to slow AJAX from the first bounce, trailing by 25-points at the first break. AJAX struggled to convert through the big sticks in the second and third quarter, kicking 1.15, however, were able to keep the Hawks scoreless in the third to maintain a healthy 38-point lead heading into the final term. Bailey Nussbaum from AJAX booted 3-goals to help them to a 61-point win to remain equal first on the ladder.


Prahran JFC 5.5.35 def by Mordialloc-Braeside JFC 16.10.106

Mordialloc-Braeside were convincing winners over Prahran at Toorak Park on Sunday. Prahran fought hard throughout the game, however, were unable to stop the scoring flow of the Mustangs trailing by 43 points at the half. Some wayward kicking by the Mustangs in the third didn’t slow them down as they went into the final quarter leading 75-29. Prahran were only able to kick one major in the fourth to the Mustang’s 5.1. Noah Grimer, William Reeves, and Hudson Wright were standout performers for the Mustang’s in their 71-point win, kicking 3 goals each.


Bentleigh JFC 19.14.128 def East Sandringham Rovers 4.7.31

It was another tough day at the office for the East Sandy Rovers as they come up against a red-hot Bentleigh outfit who were looking to bounce back from their close loss the week earlier against Mordialloc-Braeside. Bentleigh kicked 5.6 to the Rovers 1-point in the first term, and Bentleigh didn’t look like slowing down from there. Oliver Drury from Bentleigh had a brilliant day in the forward line, booting 5-goals, whilst Jake Ansell and Chris Nakos kicked 3-goals each. The 97-point win over the Rovers sees Bentleigh record their second win for the season to sit third on the ladder.


St Bedes/Mentone Tigers AFC 4.5.29 def by East Brighton Vampires JFC 12.14.86

St Bedes/Mentone Tigers looked to make it two wins on the trot on Sunday at Mentone Reserve however, the East Brighton Vampires had other plans on the day. The Vampires kept the Tigers to 1-point in the first quarter to lead by 27-points. The Tigers clawed back in the second and was able to add 2.2 to the scoreboard and were able to slow the run of the Vampires to narrow their lead slightly to 22-points at the half. The Vampire’s defence was too strong for the Tigers as they were only able to kick 2.2 for the second half. The Vampires went on to win convincingly by 57-points to remain undefeated and on top of the ladder.


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