Community Clubs (July 27)

It’s that time of the week again, we take a look at how our Box Hill boys went around the grounds at Community Club level – A few more wins, a couple losses, but also a few best players and some snags, pretty good effort across the board. 

Jed Rule showed out with the Oakleigh Chargers in the NAB League, taking on the Murray Bushrangers on Saturday in Round 13. The Chargers got the win over the Bushrangers, but it was just five points the difference at the final siren, 11.4 (70) to 9.11 (65). 

Max Walton also played in the NAB League, with the Gippsland Power who took on Tasmania. It was a difference of just single digits at each break in the game, with Gippsland ahead by one behind at three-quarter time but in the end, they lost by 11 points, 8.16 (64) to 7.11 (53). 

In the Eastern Football Netball League Premier Division Seniors, Lachlan Wynd, Jake Arundell and Mitchell Sruk again played their part in a Rowville win. The Hawks lead from the get-go and won convincingly by 34-pointsm 15.19 (109) to 11.9 (75). All three Box Hill boys impacted the scoreboard with Sruk and Wynd scoring one major each, will Arundell booted four goals and earnt himself second best player. 

Also in the EFNL Premier Division Seniors, Mason Hawkins and James O’Connor lined up with Vermont, in their loss to North Ringwood. The Eagles were leading for the game’s entirety with a 14-point lead at quarter-time, two points at half time and seven at three-quarter time, to go down by eight points in the end, 8.10 (58) to 6.14 (50). Hawko was again the ruckman for the Eagles and continues to improve, having been named in the best players for the third consecutive week, this time as best on ground for his side. 

Will Garner lined up with Blackburn’s Premier Division Seniors side in the EFNL, they took on South Croydon. It was an 86-point loss for Garner and the Panthers on Saturday afternoon, 20.10 (130) to 6.8 (44). 

Also in the ENFL Premier Division Seniors, Liam Coghlan played with Doncaster, and he impressed in their loss – Coghlan was named second best for his work out of defence. He and the Sharks unfortunately went down by 43 points, 18.7 (115) to 11.6 (72). 

Max Hall played with Montrose in the EFNL Football Netball League First Division Seniors. Hall and the Demons managed a 42-point win over Mitcham, 16.11 (107) to 9.11 (65). 

Again Cayden Maki played with Mooroolbark in the EFNL First Division Seniors. Maki and the Mustangs got back on the winners list with a huge win over Upper Ferntree Gully, 21.14 (140) to 2.2 (14). Maki was back to his best form, finishing with two goals on his tally and the title of best on ground. 

In the VAFA, Charlie Beasley again played with Old Trinity. In the Round 13 clash, they went down to St Kevins OB,9.12 (66) to 6.9 (45). Beasley was again impressive out of the backline, he was named second best for his efforts. 

In the Gippsland League, Luis D’Angelo and David Brinker-Ritchie represented Traralgon, having faced off against Wonthaggi. The game was a tussle, with the Maroons leading by a goal at the first break, down by 11 at half-time, and up again at the third break by nine points, to be level on 62-points a piece come games end – Traralgon 9.8 (62) to Wonthaggi 8.14 (62). D’Angelo was again named within his sides best afield, named at fifth best. 

Also in the Gippsland League, Jack Hume and Leongatha managed a 63-point win over Warragul. Hume and the Parrots were on the front foot for the whole game and won convincingly after a three goals five to one-point last quarter – 12.16 (88) to 3.7 (25). 

Will Sexton played with Yarrawonga in the Ovens and Murray Football League. Yarrawonga managed a decent win over Wodonga, 11.13 (79) to 5.5 (35) come the final siren. Sexton managed a goal in his sides victory. 

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