North Brunswick’s unbeaten run continued in style as they defeated Elsternwick by 61 points at Allard Park. The Bulls exploded with 12 scoring shots to two in the first term, and continued their form with 14 of the last 21 goals. William Croagh managed a goal in his BOG display for the Bulls, while Jake George top-scored with four. Jack McLoughlin was named best for the Wickers as the loss ended a four-game winning streak.
Aquinas and Manningham met in a highly-anticipated top four clash at Aquinas College, with the Bloods handing the Cobras a 64-point drubbing. Eight unanswered goals in the first term paved the way for the Bloods’ seventh win of the year as Scott McPherson and Philip Dyck led the way with standout performances. Thomas Flood used his elite frame to muscle his opponents and was clearly the Cobras’ best as they fell to just their third loss of the year.
Eley Park Sharks handed Mt Lilydale their second loss in three games as they ran out comfortable 25-point winners at Mt Lilydale Mercy College. After an even first half where the Rams led by a point at the main break, the Sharks piled on seven goals to two in an emphatic third term. Jesiah McGarvie led the onslaught with five goals for the day and William Whyte starred in a BOG performance. Aaron Potter was the best of the Rams who remain a game clear in fourth.
Masala skipped their first win of the year, defeating Parkside by 77 points at Pitcher Park. The Tigers were outstanding as they kicked no less than four goals in every quarter, while keeping the Red Devils to just five for the day. Unfortunately no information was submitted for the Tigers but Jacob Heritage was named best for Parkside as they now slump to eighth on the ladder with a percentage of 51.10.