MONASH UNIVERSITY MONDAY REVIEW
GRILL'D ROUND 8
SUNDAY 18 JUNE 2023
Monash University Under 18 Girls Division 1
Mordialloc-Braeside 0.0.0 def by Beaumaris 11.10.76
Beaumaris bounced back from a tough loss to record a strong win against Mordialloc Braeside. Beaumaris played an outstanding second half which saw them kick 8 goals to secure the 76-point win.
St Kilda City JFC 2.2.14 def East Malvern 1.7.13
St Kilda City put an end to East Malvern’s winning streak with a 1-point win. It was a closely fought battle all game, with St Kilda City trailing until the last quarter. The Saints were able to seal the game with a final quarter goal to put them in front to record the win.
Prahran 5.5.35 def East Brighton Vampires 4.1.25
Prahran continued their dominant season defeating East Brighton Vampires. Despite sitting bottom of the table, the Vampires kicked accurately to only trail by 10 at the final siren. The win sees Prahran remain undefeated for the season.
Monash University Under 17.5 Boys Division 1
Ormond 7.11.53 def Beaumaris 7.8.50
Ormond continued their strong form with a 3-point win over Beaumaris at E.E. Gunn Reserve. It was a tightly contested game with Beaumaris leading 34-29 at the half. A 4-goal quarter in the 3rd proved to be the difference for Ormond as they held on to record the win.
Mordialloc-Braeside 7.13.55 def St Kilda City 4.4.28
Mordialloc-Braeside were able to record their first win after being elevated into division 1. St Kilda City have shown some promising form in the early part of the season however, have suffered a couple of tough losses of late and will look to return to the winners list next round.
St Bedes / Mentone Tigers AFC 2.9.21 def by South Melbourne Districts 5.13.43
South Melbourne were able to take advantage of a slow start by St. Bedes / Mentone Tigers AFC with a 12-point lead at half-time. The Tigers turned the tables in the 3rd and kept South Melbourne scoreless with scores even, 20-20 heading into the final quarter. South Melbourne stormed home adding 3 final quarter goals, to the Tiger’s 1-point.