A look at Seymour District Junior Football Netball League action.May 14, 2014 3:26am
St Mary’s 14.10 (94) d Broadford 5.4 (34) at Kings Park
GOALS, St Mary’s: A. Galofaro 6, T. Clarke 2, M. Waite 2, A. Rimes, L. Hockley, N. Hunter.
Yea 16.7 (103) d Seymour 9.3 (57) at Yea
GOALS, Seymour: N. Cavanagh 3, M. Itter 2, J. Szitovszky 2, L. Joyce, B. Allison.
St Mary’s 9.12 (66) d Broadford 0.0 (0)
GOALS, St Mary’s: S. Durham 4, T. Davey 2, D. O’Sullivan , K. Grant, D. Hockley.
Yea/Puckarook 3.1 (19) lt Seymour 10.3 (63)
GOALS, Yea/Puckarook: C. Jones 2, T. McNally. Seymour: C. Batistin 3, T. Newman 3, B. Baker 2, R. Grant 2.
Tabilk 4.9 (33) d Alexandra 3.5 (23) at Avenel
GOALS, Tabilk: T. Barnes 4.
AWARDS, Tabilk: W. Mason, T. Barnes.
Tabilk view: Once the fog lifted the teams took to the field with the mindset of wanting to win. And that’s exactly what we achieved — our first win for the year.
Everyone contributed and they are starting to realise that you have to pitch in and help out rather than leaving it to others.
Tom Barnes was terrific up forward kicking all four goals for the day and Will Mason had his best game for the year.
Others to shine were Fin Hammond, Gus Garner and little Rhys Shepherd. We have Heathcote at their home ground this week, so if we stick to playing as a team there is no reason why we can’t come away with another win.
Heathcote 20.14 (134) d Puckarook 0.0 (0)
St Mary’s 3.2 (20) lt Broadford 4.5 (29)
GOALS, St Mary’s: R. Gardner, A. Elliott, T. Best.
Yea 5.5 (35) d Seymour 3.7 (25)
GOALS, Seymour: M. Fletcher, B. Cleveland, J. Chanloup.
Tabilk lt Alexandra
Tabilk view: Alexandra were too strong, our defenders tried hard all game. Thanks to Alisha and Maggie for coming up and helping out; they both played well. Awards to Zoe Murray and Rebecca Comi.
Tabilk lt Alexandra
Tabilk view: The game was evenly balanced at half-time with our girls playing well. Alexandra got off to a strong start in the second half and we couldn’t peg them back. Great try. Awards to Pheobe Anderson and Charley Scorgie.
Tabilk lt Alexandra
Tabilk view: Alexandra were too strong outscoring our girls in each quarter. Everyone tried their best. Awards to Sophie Moore and Macey Auld.
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