Oakleigh Krush Hoes on Cloke & Bromley’s 13

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Ormond’s mid-season resurgence continued as they defeated Marcellin by 21 points at E.E. Gunn Reserve earlier today. A nine-goal to five opening half set the scene for the Monders’ second consecutive win, with the home side going toe-to-toe and kicking five to five in the second half. Sam Mason kicked four in a best-on-ground performance, alongside Rob Chisholm who also snagged four. Steven Fitzgerald was exceptional for the Eagles with three goals.

Williamstown CYMS were unable to capitalise on an eight-goal first half and 14-point lead as they went down to Mazenod by 46 points at Fearon Reserve. Following their strong opening half, the CYs didn’t kick a goal for the remainder of the match and allowed the undefeated Nodders nine in response. Kieren McKeogh kicked four for the winning side, while Jack Gray snagged three for the CYs.

A five-goal final term has helped Old Camberwell to a three-point come-from-behind victory against Kew at Victoria Park. Trailing by 12 points at the last break in play, the Wells were irrepressible in the fourth and led by goal-kicking machine, Tom Kanz (four) as he took his season tally to 27. James Howells was the seventh-placed Wells’ best for the second consecutive week, while Andrew Brazzale kicked four for the six-placed Bears.

Oakleigh caused the upset of the round as they destroyed Old Ivanhoe by 52 points at Scammell Reserve. 13 goals between forward duo, Aaron Cloke and Trevor Bromley, was the catalyst to the Krushers’ big win, while Tim Scott snagged two and ran riot in a best-on-ground display. Matt Ferguson backed up his starring performance last week with three goals for the Hoes.

Caulfield Grammarians inflicted Peninsula’s third loss from four outings, defeating the Pirates by 34 points at Peninsula School. Trailing by one point at the half, the in-form Fields booted seven goals to two in the second half and flexed their muscle against a fellow top four threat. Ryan Harris and Theo Thompson were outstanding for the Fields, while James Moignard and Tom Feldgen stood tall for the Pirates. The Fields remain just one win behind the Nodders at the top of the Premier C ladder and the Pirates stay in the four and just one win ahead of the CYs.