Results in Premier C suggest we still need more evidence as to who exactly might emerge from the pack as the standouts of 2015.
Old Ivanhoe were seemingly in control of their destiny this year but they were made to earn every disposal in their nerve wracking three point win over Old Camberwell at Gordon Barnard. Jackson Eade led the Wells’ scorers with four goals but despite keeping Old Ivanhoe goalless in the last, the home side could only manage one major themselves to fall short of a first win.
Peninsula found a way to win to keep their undefeated start to the Premier C season alive. The Pirates secure a memorable one goal win at the Fearon over Williamstown CYMS. The margin never extended beyond a couple of kicks as Peninsula held on in the low scoring match.
Marcellin made light work of Oakeligh at the unveiling of the newly re-surfaced Scammel Reserve. This week it was Andrew Kay who booted five goals for the Eagles. Aaron Cloke kicked five of his own for the Krushers, but he alone couldn’t prevent them from going down by 44 points.
Monash Blues had a second consecutive impressive win, this week it was a 65 point triumph over an impotent Therry Penola. Andrew Hickey celebrated his 250th game in fine style as he was named best in the win. Young booted three for Blues, whilst Therry could only manage three goals for the day.
An Old Haileyburians goal by Jordan Toy kicked just before the siren sounded has given them a remarkable win over a devastated PEGS at the Runway by just four points. There was never more than a kick in it at any change throughout the day as the sides battled out one of the games of the year to date. Nick Gooda slotted four goals for the visitors who move to 2-1, whilst the Bombers are left wondering how they are 0-3.