Under 19 Section 4 & Colts Wrap

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Jack Paynter



Mazenod won its first game convincingly in Section 4 after being promoted from the Colts. The Nodders led from start to finish and were never challenged by De La. Mazenod’s Luke Ward kicked 4 goals in the 80 point win.

Northern Blues registered a huge win over bottom placed MHSOB. Damien Delle-Vergini ran rampant for the Blues, booting 10 majors in a best on ground performance. DeMaria and Williamson also had solid games to help set up the Blues 20 goal win.

Monash Blues have jumped to third on the ladder with a hard fought win over Oakleigh. Monash kept Oakleigh goalless in the last quarter to come from behind and snatch victory. Monash’s Daniel Quattro’s 3 goals proved priceless in a low scoring contest.

Old Haileyburians defeated Parkdale by 43 points to put some space between them at the bottom of the table. Jack Munro kicked 5 goals and Ben Oaks 3 to lead Haileyburians to the win.

Peninsula maintained its undefeated status with a 92 point win over Therry Penola and St Kevins knocked off Beaumaris at TH King Oval.

Mazenod v St Kevins
Therry Penola v Monash Blues
Beaumaris v Northern Blues
Old Haileyburians v De La Salle
v Oakleigh
Peninsula v MHSOB



University Blues have come from behind in the last quarter to beat Williamstown by 5 points. With 15 minor scores, Williamstown will be rueing their missed opportunities in front of goal. Samuel Richards and Matthew Nevett played well for the Blues with 2 goals each, while Jordan Davies tried hard for Williamstown.

Ivanhoe also won a tight contest over St Bernards by 14 points. Inaccurate kicking from St Bernards cost them any chance of getting back into the match in the last quarter. Jack Rodgers was best on for Ivanhoe with plenty of touches and a goal, while Max Post and Samuel Aanensen kicked 2 goals each in the win.

UHS-VU/Flemington defeated Parkside convincingly to go to the top of the ladder after Mazenod’s promotion. Matthew Mallia booted 4 majors whole Thomas Cheyne was instrumental in getting the ball forward.

Parkside only had two goal kickers. Matthew Soligo with 3 and Isaac Romano with 2.

La Trobe recorded the biggest win of the round, thumping Old Paradians by 13 goals. La Trobe opened up the game with a 5 goals second quarter, led by Liam Guy and Patrick Carroll who kicked 5 and 4 goals respectively.

La Trobe v UHS-VU/Flemington
Point Cook v St Bernards
Old Paradians v Uni Blues
v Parkside
Williamstown v Bye

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