Animals grab Bulls by the horn, Snakes rattle Red Devils

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Emmaus St Leo’s maintained their spot in the top four with a comprehensive 72-point victory over North Brunswick at Allard Park. After struggling to find the goals with 2.8 in the opening term, the Animals improved their accuracy and booted 11.12 to 4.2 for the remainder of the match. 10 player shared the Animals’ 13 goals with Daniel Hill, Chris Beluszar and Matt Hill the main contributors with two each. Michael Salloum was the only multiple goal scorer for the Bulls and Mackenzie Skinner was named their best player.

Westbourne Grammarians registered an important victory as they defeated Aquinas by 27 points at Westbourne Grammar. Leading by four points at half time, the Warriors kicked away with five goals to two in the second half. Patrick O’Brien and Chris Hudson led the way for the Warriors, while Michael Cardamone (4) and Joshua Robertson (3) kicked the Bloods’ total of seven goals between them. The Bloods sit second and three spots above the Warriors.

Seven goals to two in the opening term helped Richmond Central to a nine-point victory over Parkside at Allard Park. The Snakes rattled the Red Devils early with 10 scoring shots to three in the opening quarter before the home side stemmed their flow and kept the Snakes to just two goals for the remainder of the game. Maxim Allen starred for the Snakes in a BOG performance alongside three goals from Cameron Worsley while Peadar Hanley booted three of his own for Parkside.