Around The Ground: Community Club Wrap-Up

This week saw talent showcased across both local leagues, and the first Young Guns match of season 2018, as a number of Hawks grabbed the opportunity to stand up and be noticed.

Nathan Boucher, Ned Reeves and Geordie Nagle donned the Metro guernsey and represented their side honourably, coming out 27-point victors against their Country counterparts. All three players hit the scoreboard; while Boucher was named best on ground for the winning team.

In the Eastern Football League, Box Hill’s East Ringwood contingent were again unable to get over the line, falling to Rowville in spite of scoreboard contributions from Leigh Osborne and Reece Groves. The former was joined amongst the best by Tristan Tweedie; and received solid support from Liam Jeffs and Tristan Davies, yet this wasn’t quite enough on the day.

Nelson Lane also found himself on the wrong end of the scoreline in Norwood’s clash against South Croydon. Pleasingly, however, he showed promising signs in his first game back from injury.

Vermont retained their well-deserved top spot, continuing their unbeaten run with a twenty goal demolition of Knox, in which Michael Knoll was again amongst the best.

Mackenzie Doreian continued his own consistent run of form, among the goals and best players for Blackburn, as they comfortably accounted for North Ringwood.

Over in the Victorian Amateur Football Association, De La Salle went down to Old Trinity in a match which saw Harrison Burt among the goals; and a strong performance from Lachlan Walker unduly cut short due to concussion, as the pair’s side eventually fell short by six goals.

Sam Parsons and the Collegians continued their winning ways as they took the four points over Old Melburnians; as did goal kicker Ryan McGannon and his Mt. Eliza outfit, getting over the line against Seaford.

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