Community Clubs (July 6)

A slightly dwindled group of Community Club players this week due to a combination of school holidays and byes across the leagues. No less exciting though, there were wins, losses and bags of goals to enjoy. 

Lachlan Wynd, Jake Arundell and Mitchell Sruk all again lined up with the Rowville Hawks in the Eastern Football Netball League Premier Division Seniors over the weekend. The trio played in the Hawks win over Blackburn, after trailing by two points at quarter time they came back to finish on top – 11.13 (79) to 6.12 (48). Combined, Wynd (four) and Arundell (two) kicked over half of their side’s goals tally, with Wynd earning himself sixth best afield. 

Also in the EFNL Premier Division Seniors, Campbell Tweedie and Liam Coghlan again played with Doncaster. The Sharks suffered a defeat at the hands of the Balwyn Tigers, 13.13 (91) to 10.9 (69). Even in a loss, Coghlan was able to perform well and was awarded sixth best for Doncaster. 

Jimmy O’Connor and Mason Hawkins also played in the ENFL Premier Division Seniors, with the Vermont Eagles. The Eagles eventually went down 43-points, despite a close first half with just two points and four points respectively, separating the sides at quarter and half time. Hawko shouldered the ruck load for the game’s entirety for the first time, but in the end Noble Park extended their lead to run out winners in Round 11, 12.19 (91) to 7.6 (48). 

For Park Orchards in the EFNL Premier Division Seniors, Jack Rossimel was also on the winners list. He and the Sharks 17.12 (114) defeated North Ringwood 12.6 (78), after leading at every change in the game. Rossimel also managed a goal in his sides victory. 

In the Ballarat Football Netball League, Jayden Eales and the Sunbury Lions lost a nailbiter to Ballarat. It was the Lions ahead by a point at quarter-time and again at half time by three points, they trailed by 13 points at three-quarter time after a scoreless term and lost by one point at the final siren, 8.9 (57) to 8.8 (56). Eales was one of Sunbury’s four goal scorers. 

With Traralgon in the Gippsland League, Luis D’Angelo and his side were bested by Morwell by 16 points, 10.12 (72) to 7.14 (56). D’Angelo had an impressive weekend on the field though despite the loss, being named second best player for The Maroons. 

Jack Hume also played in the Gippsland League, with the Leongatha Parrots. The Parrots took a 56-point victory over the Wonthaggi Power, after a strong opening seven goal to none opening quarter set up their win. Hume slotted one of his sides 15 goals, the final score was 15.2 (92) to 5.6 (36). 

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