Kew and Ormond collect a handful of wins from a handful of games, whilst it’s Old Geelong that lead the chase from the rest of Division 1.
Kew’s perfect start continued with a 29 point win over Bulleen Templestowe at Ted Ajani. Ted Ajani hold happy memories for the Bears who claimed their first premiership in this current run there at Division 3 level back in 2013. The form the Bears are in at present has them seeking to join the exclusive club of three flags in three years. Who would put it past them with players like Andrew Brazzale in their side. He added another four goals to his haul in 2015.
Old Geelong came away with the points from their trip to Gillon Reserve where they beat NOB/St Pat’s by 45 points. Eight goals from Wood was the highlight for the OGs who are now outright third with a record of 4-1.
Ormond continue to ride high as they won their fifth game on end by defeating Prahran Assumption by 31 points at Toorak Park. The Monders were well server by give goals from Rob Chisholm.
Old Mentonians are up to fifth after they secured a 29 point win over Yarra Valley in a shootout. The Panthers had five goals from Rossi and four from Mills in their team total of 22 goal. The Bushrangers managed 18 goals, but it still wasn’t enough to get a first win of 2015.
St Mary’s Salesian got back on the winners list away at Whitefriars. The Saints finishing all over the top of the Friars to win by 10 points. Whitefriars led by 33 points at the final change and the game seemed done, but the Saints hat other ideas as they 8.4 for the term to steal the win. Holmes booted seven goals.