Around The Grounds: Community Club Wrap-Up

An array of Box Hill talent have donned guernseys of a different kind, putting in solid performances across the local leagues over round one.

The Eastern Football League kicked things off with Good Friday football, which saw Mackenzie Doreian amongst the goal kickers in Blackburn’s ten-point loss to Doncaster; and Brayden Kilpatrick putting one on the board for South Croydon, in their narrow defeat of Noble Park.

East Ringwood taking on North Ringwood saw a trio of Hawks in Leigh Osborne, Liam Jeffs and Tristan Davies each contributing two goals for the East, with Osborne amongst the best performers of the day. However, this wasn’t quite enough to get across the line, falling short by just ten points.

Billy Evans was named in the best in Waverley Blues’ three goal defeat of Donvale; while Michael Knoll played an important role in Vermont’s near 100-point football lesson to Balwyn.

Across in the Victorian Amateur Football Association, Ari Sakeson led the goal kicking in Old Brighton’s hit out against Old Scotch, putting through three to help Old Brighton to a five-point victory.

In the Collegian’s twelve goal success over De La Salle, Nathan Boucher got on the board and Sam Parsons was amongst the best of the day; while for De La Salle, Lachlan Walker was arguably their best performer.

It was a different tale in the reserves, with results reversed, as De La Salle triumphed by 35 points, thanks to a performance from Geordie Nagle which put him among the best, and a goal to Harrison Burt.

Ned Reeves put through a goal and cemented his spot amongst the best in St. Kevin’s comfortable win over University Blues; and Liam Mackie did much the same, with a goal and best performance for Old Carey, in their 92-point defeat of Caulfield Grammarians.

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