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Division 1 results all went according to ladder position coming into Round 10, each of the higher ranked opponents securing the win. However, the section heavyweights Therry Penola, were made to work the hardest they have had to this year to remain undefeated. The Lions held off a magnificent Old Geelong by just four points in the match of the day. It was a classic game with both sides throwing everything at the contest, only Therry Penola’s four goal to two final term saw them come from behind to obtain the perfect 10. Corey and Jarrod Bannister both kicked four whilst Wood was magnificent booting four for OGs. 
Bulleen Templestowe suggested MHSOB are one of the teams most likely to be facing the drop this season after the ninth placed Bullants thrashed the tenth placed Unicorns by 70 points at Ted Ajani. Cherbakof kicked eight goals and Florence four as Bulleen Templstowe won their second match of the year. Hamilton-Ho kicked four goals for MHSOB who remain on the bottom with one win. 
NOBs/St Pat’s defeated Yarra Valley by 58 points to stay second on percentage. Chapman kicked a half dozen goals in the win. 
Williamstown CYMS are level on seven wins with NOBs/St Pat’s courtesy of their 14 point win away at Whitefriars. Currie kicked five goals for the home side in the loss, but the CY’s had Calman-Orr kick five of his own at the other end. 
Prahran Assumption were too strong for Old Mentonians, defeating the Panthers by 49 points at Toorak Park. The win sees the Two Blues move into the four on percentage at the expense of Old Geelong. 
Division 2’s match of the day was supposed to be the meeting of second placed St Mary’s Salesian and third placed Old Paradians, however Paradians ended up being no match for SMS. For the second time this year St Mary’s handed Old Paradians a big loss, this time by 75 points. 
Nine goals from Seb Ciavola for Old Eltham saw them run out handsome 88 point winners over Elsternwick in Division 2. The percentage booster and the fact that Old Paradians lost saw the Turtles move into third on the ladder. 
Ivanhoe kept the pressure up on the top four with a thumping 122 point win over Glen Eira. The Hoes had Harty kick seven goals, Lovell kick 5 and Walter 4 in a percentage booster that sees them just a game outside the four. 
St John’s too had a percentage boosting win, defeating Monash Gryphons by 70 points. The Gryphons’ loss sees them occupy ninth place, although they are just 4% behind Elsternwick.
The section leaders Kew, were made to earn every kick at South Melbourne Districts, with the Bears hanging on to their 100% record this year by just 13 points. Brazzale’s three goals the key in a low scoring battle. 
In Division 3, Albert Park won by the barest margin against La Trobe University. The one point margin was a case of Albert Park hanging on for dear life as tge Students came home with a wet sail. 
There can be no doubting the ability and form of Emmaus St Leos now after their 134 point annihilation of Eley Park Sharks. Harding booted nine goals and Beluszar kicked seven as eight other Animals team mates also split the middle. The Sharks are no just one game above the relegation places, whilst Emmaus St Leo’s have stormed to second on the ladder. 
Power House continued their own surge up the ladder, winning a sixth game on end when they defeated the previously equal top side Aquinas by eight points. It was a crucial win that sees Power House hold a game advantage over 7th placed Richmond Central. 
Richmond Central returned to the winners list in style, kicking a combined team score of over 300 points against South Mornington. The Snakes had 70 scoring shots and kicked a monstrous 46.24.300 to South Mornington’s 6.2.38. South Mornington may have kicked their biggest score in a number of weeks but that doesn’t make the 262 point loss any easier to accept. The Snakes had 15 individuals kick goals with the best bags as follows: Fraser 7, Bucci 7, Demeo 6, Bugeja 5. 
Scott kicked seven goals for St Francis Xavier in their 48 point win over UHS-VU. The win takes the X-Men to 5-5 and they are just a win away from UHS-VU in 5th. 
In the top of the table clash it was Northern Blues to moved clear of the pack to outright top and flag favouritism with their commanding 65 point win at Swinburne University. McRedmond bagged six majors for Blues who are on target for back-to-back flags. 
In Division 4, Hawthorn couldn’t quite kick the biggest score of the day in senior football, but they did pip Richmond Central’s winning margin by three points as the Hawks thrashed Chadstone by 265 points. White kicked 11 goals whilst Ince booted six and Stormonth five. Ten other Hawthorn players kicked goals too. 
Westbourne Grammarians fell to West Brunswick by 37 points in Brunswick. Muscat booted six goals for the Pies in the win. 
Point Cook’s resurgence continued with a gritty five point away win at Dragons. Lowden booted five of the Dragons nine goals which weren’t quite enough to get them past the Bulldogs. 
Canterbury skipped two games clear of fourth spot as they entrenched themselves in the top three with a comprehensive 54 point win over Box Hill North. Johnson kicked five goals in the Cobra win. 
Manningham Cobras defeated North Brunswick in Brunswick by 23 points. Wolfgramm’s six goals one of the key differences for the Cobras, who hold onto fourth spot by a game from Point Cook.