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Old Carey came back from a 50 point deficit to win its debut outing in Premier against a luckless Old Trinity, In Premier B, Caulfield Grammarians annihilated St Bernard’s at the Snakepit and Hampton Rovers came back to draw with St Kevin’s, the team they dumped from the finals in R18 last year.
MHSOB eked out a hard fought victory over Rupertswood, while Werribee Districts towelled Old Camberwell in its Premier C debut.
Banyule won its GF rematch with Old Paradians, La Trobe University got the choccies against Aquinas, while Monash Gryphons held out Hawthorn. with Xavs beating Old Melburnians, and Beauy beating Oakleigh, all seven premiership teams from last season had a victory, despite six of these clubs being promoted.
Wind, and later rain, caused havoc at some games, but the sharpshooters went on display early.
In Premier, Jarrod Reid’s five goals led Carey home, while OMs had big trouble with Brendan Goss, who slammed through six for Xavs at Toorak Park.
Sean Meredith nailed six for the Fieldsmen o sink Bernies, Scott Gower and Matt Petering snagged twin Michelles for Beauy, while Dion Lucas slotted five for the Krushers.
In Premier C, the Nodders got five from Chamath Jayaweera, enough to see them top the Monders. Jake Lew shot through eight for AJAX and leads all comers. Nathan Black returned five for the ‘Bees in their day out against the Wellers.
In Div 1, Jean Daou slipped through a half dozen for the Friars, who slaughtered Old Mentonians.
In Division 2, Glenn Boyd lodged five as his Eirans edged past St John’s in a beauty, while the Penolans’ Jake George kicked six in their close shave with South Melbourne Districts. Nic “Don’t call me Christopher” Robin nailed six as Emmaus beat the Turtles.
Russ ‘Yo” Yeo split the uprights five times, but the Winemakers lost narrowly to the Four Blues. Julian Holland slammed home seven as the Hoers tipped out the Cidermen. Paul Edwards booted six for the house as it powered over the Bankers at HQ.
Patrick Notaro dialled seven and Sahand Ghasimzadeh five as North Brunswick dropped the Boxers. Ira Israel sharked five for Ely Park in its win over the Cobras, while Will Spencer’s six were enough for the Deep South to rise again over the Stationmasters, for whom Seb Angus kicked five.