Sharks enter four, Bloods roll on

Posted on - Latest News, Premier B Men's, Featured

Beaumaris enter the double bye as a top four side after they defeated Parkdale Vultures by 33 points at Banksia Reserve.  Leading by 13 points at the main break, the Sharks booted five goals to one in a match-winning third term. Matt Petering was a standout up forward with four goals for the Sharks while Lewis Diggins continued his outstanding individual form with a BOG performance. Dylan Glascott and Jack Edwards were named best for the Vultures. The win over their Bayside rivals propelled the Sharks into fourth spot, replacing their ‘other’ local rivals SBMT who now sit fifth.

University Blacks returned to form with a 36-point victory over Monash Blues at Frearson Oval. The Blacks had 22 scoring shot to 11 and held the Blues goalless to three quarter time. Jarrod Carlson and Hugh Curnow starred for the Blacks, while Joe Cosgriff was best for the Blues. The Blacks remain one game clear in third spot on the ladder.

Old Scotch were made to work for the Round 11 victory, eventually defeating Fitzroy by 14 points at Brunswick St Oval. The Cardinals jumped out to a 24-point lead at the first break and maintained their lead with a further five goals to seven thereafter. Tom Downie top-scored with three goals for Scotch and Conor O’Beirne was best afield. Nathan Ligris impressed for the Roys and Nathan Jumeau was their sole multiple goal scorer with two.

Caulfield Grammarians strengthened their position atop the Premier B ladder with a comprehensive 79-point victory over St Bedes/Mentone Tigers at Glenhuntly Oval. Four goals to one in the first term set the tone for the match as the Fields piled on another 15 goals to six in the last three quarters. Will Edwards and Jack Wallace were standouts for the Fields and Nathan Page top-scored with four goals. Stuart Wines, Josh Cowan and Nathan Fahey were named best for the Tigers.

Old Haileybury jumped into seventh spot on the ladder following their 59-point victory over Old Geelong at Princes Park, Caulfield. The Bloods led by 16 points at half time before putting the foot down with six unanswered across the third and fourth. Peter Shakallis was at his best for the Bloods alongside Corey Connelly who finished with a game-high three goals. William Langley kicked OG’s only two goals of the game but Scott Dixon was once again in the best.