Still Kew and Ormond

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Kew and Ormond continue to top the charts in Division 1 after seven rounds of the season.

Old Geelong put up the biggest challenge to date to the Ormond campaign but ultimately the Monders delivered in the final stages of the match to win by 12 points at Como Park. Callum Wood and Tom Wiganboth booted three for the home side, whilst Ormong incredibly didn’t have a multiple goal kicker on the day.

North Old Boys/St Pat’s had a much needed win against Bulleen Templestowe by 27 points in their match at St Pat’s College in Ballarat. Matt Keown bobbed up with four goals in the win that takes NOBs season to 3-4 whilst the Bullants are stuck in ninth place on 1-6.

Prahran Assumption too had a much needed 29 point win over the winless Yarra Valley at Doncaster. Michael Lester booted six goals for the home side in their seventh straight defeat, whilst the Two Blue at Matt Shaw kick five goals as they won their second game of the year.

Kew did as they liked at Victoria Park in their 64 point win over Whitefriars. The Bears remain undefeated with Andrew Brazzale kicking six goals and Rob Maibaum saluting with five goals in the win.

St Mary’s Salesian went two games clear of the chasing pack in fourth spot after the Saints beat Old Mentonians by 54 points. Sidney Jones booted four goals for the visitors who are now 5-2.

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