Under 19 Section 4 & Colts Wrap

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Jack Paynter
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U19 Section 4

Pirates high

Peninsula continue to set the bar high as they went 6-0 with a solid win over De La Salle. The spread of goalkickers too much for De La to contain, but it was Seb Barbour who led the way for the Pirates. Monash Blues are in hot pursuit of top spot courtesy of their thrashing of MHSOB. Will Hogan’s seven goals the highlight for Blues, whilst the Unicorns managed one major as a team on a dismal day. Therry Penola edged Parkdale in a close contest. The Vultures were out of the box early but the Lions roared back to assume control. Matt Pauthenet was best for the Lions and he booted a couple of goals.

Northern Blues have been so good at underage level for so long and it is great to see them in good form this year. Damien Delle-Vergini was again the leading light up forward with six goals in Blues big win over Oakleigh. Michael Fogale also amongst the goals with four.

Finally Beaumaris too the points for their second win of the year, defeating Point Cook at Banksia Reserve. Tim Woods kicked five goals for the Sharks but he wasn’t alone in a great team performance. Smith and Brooks booted three each.

Monash Blues v Peninsula

Point Cook v Therry Penola

Oakleigh v Old Haileybury

MHSOB v Beaumaris

Northern Blues v St Kevins OB

Parkdale Vultures v De La Salle

 

 VAFA Colts

Ivanhoe by a kick

At Ivanhoe Park, the 3 v 5 match saw Willy CYMS jump out to a quarter time lead. 3 Goals from Jack Mattson ensured Willy maintained their two goal lead until a 5 goal final term saw the black and white of Ivanhoe steal the 4 points by a single kick. Samuel Aaanensen contributing with 3 majors and Liam Jacob in the best once again.

Mazenod flexed its muscles with a 212 point thumping of University Blues. Corey Martino booting an brilliant 7 majors.

Last week’s disappointment was quickly forgotten as Old Paradians had the legs to run out 19 point victors at Garvey Oval. Scores were tied at the end of the third, however Mathew Soligo’s 4 goals and best afield wasn’t enough to lift Parkside over the line.

Meanwhile, the Bernard’s Boys were too strong for La Trobe in a low scoring affair at Walter Street.

Bulleen Templestowe’s withdrawal from the colts resulted in 4 points to UHS-VU/ Flemington.

 

UHS-VU/Flemington v Williamstown CYMS

Mazenod v Parkside

Old Paradians v Ivanhoe

University Blues v La Trobe University

 

 

 

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