Around The Grounds: Community Clubs Wrap-Up

AFL, VFL and local leagues alike saw the weekend of football marked as the beyondblue round; in which an important light was shone on mental health. Donning blue tape for the cause, a number of Box Hill personnel continued to stand up and impress.

In the Eastern Football League, Mackenzie Doreian and his Blackburn teammates got over the line by a slender three points against Balwyn; while South Croydon comfortably accounted for Montrose, with Brayden Kilpatrick and Stuart Horner solid contributors for the victors.

East Ringwood were unable to grab the elusive four points as they went down to Doncaster, in spite of efforts by Leigh Osborne, Liam Jeffs, Tristan Davies and Reece Groves; as well as a performance from Tristan Tweedie which landed him amongst the best.

Norwood were handed defeat by North Ringwood, notwithstanding scoreboard contributions from Nelson Lane and Tom Maloney; with the latter also named in the day’s best.

In this week’s good news story, Jesse Cucinotta was instrumental in his first game back from injury, contributing two goals and a best on ground display for Heidelberg, in their 91-point win over South Morang.

Across in the Victorian Amateur Football Association, Sam Parsons and the Collegians kept their undefeated record intact, as they came out three goal victors over Old Trinity.

De La Salle were back on the winner’s list, helped by Geordie Nagle to a near triple figure victory; while the reserves successfully cracked the triple figure margin, with Harrison Burt hitting the scoreboard, as his side ran over St. Bedes by a huge 104 points.

Liam Mackie helped Old Carey to another big win over Old Haileyburians; while over in the Mornington Peninsula Nepean Football League, Ryan McGannon and his Mt. Eliza side were triumphant over Rosebud.

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