Monash Blues enter next week’s finals on the back of an 89-point win against Oakleigh at Frearson Oval earlier today. A 13-goal to two first half set the scene for the Blues as they outscored the Krushers in ech of the four quarters. Zacchary Ledin starred with five goals for the winning side, while Trevor Bromley added two to his overall tally for the season. The loss leaves the Krushers in sixth position with eight wins for the year.
Old Haileyburians staved off the fifth-placed Peninsula and held on to fourth spot on the ladder with a six-goal win against Old Camberwell at Gordon Barnard Reserve. Needing to win to ensure their position in next week’s finals, the Bloods gave up just six goals for the match. Nathan Waite was the difference between the two sides, kicking six goals for the Bloods.
PEGS finished their season on a high following a 25-point win against Therry Penola at PEGS Sporting Fields. Trailing by eight points at the start of the second term, PEGS kicked 14 goals to eight for the remainder of the match. Despite relegation for both sides, 2016 will be a much more successful season and it won’t be long until they’re running around in Premier C again.
Peninsula won their second game in a row and finished their season with their most impressive win in 2015 with a dominant 57-point victory against the ladder-leading Marcellin at Peninsula School. The Pirates were ruthless in their approach to this match, keeping the Eagles to just four goals throughout. Sebastian Barbour kicked four in another stellar performance for the Pirates, while Alexander Stock starred in a best-on-ground performance. Unfortunately for the Pirates, they finished the season in fifth position but will look to build on the red-hot form they’ve showcased throughout the majority of the season.
Williamstown gave Old Ivanhoe something to think about ahead of next week’s finals, with a 20-point win at Fearon Reserve. 28 scoring shots to 18 told the story of how dominant the CYs were, with Jack Gray leading from the front with three goals. Finishing third on the Premier C ladder, the Hoes will clash with Old Haileybury in next week’s semi-final.