August 14: Community Clubs Wrap-Up

A growing injury list and a spate of Box Hill talent receiving VFL call up, meant just a handful of community club representatives over the weekend. However, those who did take to the field at local level, put in impressive performances once more.

In the Eastern Football League, a performance from Tristan Davies which had him named amongst the best wasn’t enough for East Ringwood, who were comfortably accounted for by near top of the table South Croydon, to the tune of 69 points.

An important win to Mackenzie Doreian and his Blackburn teammates over Balwyn kept their finals hopes alive; while Tom Maloney’s efforts landed him in the best for Norwood and ensured his side remained on the winner’s list.

The Victorian Amateur Football Association saw Sam Parsons and the Collegians go down to Old Brighton, retaining their top spot now on percentage alone. A win to St. Kevin’s, which was helped along the way by two goals to Ned Reeves, bringing the two sides to equal points with two rounds remaining.

It was a narrow defeat for De La Salle, who fell to Old Xaverians by just one straight kick, in spite of the efforts of Geordie Nagle, who was again amongst the best.

Ryan McGannon’s Mt. Eliza side consolidated second spot on the Morning Peninsula Nepean Football League table with a 22-point win over Edithvale-Aspendale; while Jesse Cucinotta and Heidelberg kept in touch with the Northern Football League’s finals race, after a ten-goal victory over Northcote Park.

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