The Bloods returned to the winners’ list with an emphatic defeat of Old Ivanhoe by 77 points at Princes Park, Caulfield. The Ressies also recorded a strong win to keep their faint finals hopes alive while the U/19s were also strong in their 29 point victory over the Hoers. The Hearts went down to Old Brighton in the Twilight match.The boys were fired up Leading by 28 points at half time, the Bloods kicked away via a nine-goal to
The boys were fired up after a disappointing loss the previous week. The Hoers were held goalless in the first stanza, while the Bloods dobbed 5 goals with Alfie and Pop proving lively. Leading by 28 points at half time, the Bloods kicked away via a nine-goal to one third term. Alex Woltering bagged five goals and was best afield Bloods alongside John Nicolopoulos (five goals) and a standout performance from Lachlan Treverton.
Next week we are again at Princes Park when we host Kew and Old Brighton for the U/19s. The Hearts take on Ormond with the game starting at 9.20. This is the last home and away game for the girls so there will be a lunch on after the game. The bar will open around 12 noon.
Best Players: A. Woltering, L. Treverton, C. Connelly, A. Toy, J. Paul, J. Nicolopoulos
Best Players: J. Cain, M. Irwin, C. Faulkner, J. Alkemade, T. Coles, B. Oakes
Best Players: R. Thompson, J. Gasparini, J. McHale, S. Hall-Kahan, R. Seccull, S. Algeri