Animals and Pies still flying, Saints breakthrough

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Division 3 now awaits the matchup of of Emmaus St Leos and West Brunswick as both sides again proved they are the teams to beat in  2015.

Aquinas beat the Animals twice last year, but they didn’t get close to a win in their Round 7 encounter, the Animals were outstanding in their 62 point win. The load was shared by the Two Blues as Hill and Harding both booted four goals each. Aquinas stay third at 4-2, but will need to work on a few things if they are to be in consideration in the second half of the year.

West Brunswick coasted to a 57 point win over Albert Park next to the lake. Muscat was the main man up forward for the Pies with three in what became a routine win for the Black and Whites.

Hawthorn won a fourth game of the year and continued to build their season nicely with a 22 point win at La Trobe University. It was a low scoring match, but that won’t bother the Hawks who are now 4-3 and in sixth place on the ladder.

Glen Eira traded places with Power House on the ladder after the Saints beat Power House by 18 points. The Saints trailed the home side by 21 points going into the final quarter but Glen Eira piled on eight goals to one to snared their first win of the season. Unfortunately Power House now occupy bottom spot on the ladder as Glen Eira move up to ninth. Julias Waras-Carstensen and Daniel Entwistle both kicked five goals each in the win.

 

UHS-VU moved into fourth spot at the expense of Swinburne Uni whom they beat by seven points at Brens Oval. The Vultures trailed at every change except the last in what was an intense match from the very first bounce.

 

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