Community Clubs May 11

Box Hill’s young talent were again on display over the weekend. 

From the Beasley brothers featuring for Old Trinity as player and coach, to a pair of NAB Leaguers playing in the Young Guns representative game, our boys were spread far and wide. 

Mason Hawkins and James O’Connor played in the Eastern Football Netball League with Vermont on Saturday afternoon. The Eagles were victorious over North Ringwood, 7.18 (60) to 4.9 (33). Hawkins was named third best for the Eagles for his performance. 

Elsewhere, Lachie Wynd booted two goals in the Rowville Hawks’ victory over the Balwyn Tigers, 9.7 (61) to 6.13 (49). 

Liam Coghlan and Campbell Tweedie both racked up a win as teammates with Doncaster. The Sharks 7.6 (48) defeated Berwick 3.13 (31), to record their first win of the season, with both Coghlan and Tweedie named among their sides best, fifth and sixth respectively. 

Cayden Maki’s Mooroolbark managed a win on Saturday, with the Mustangs besting East Ringwood 11.8 (74) to  9.8 (62). With his NAB League Eastern Ranges having another Bye this past weekend, Sahaf Ali lined up for East Ringwood, slotting two goals for the Roos. 

In the Bendigo Football Netball League, Flynn Lakey and the Gisborne Bulldogs came out on top in a close one with Strathfieldsaye, 11.17 (83) to 12.5 (77). This was the first time the Bulldogs have won over Strathfieldsaye in an away match in roughly nine years. 

Jayden Eales and the Sunbury Lions were bested by Melton in the Ballarat Football Netball League on Saturday afternoon. The Lions went down 9.12 (66) to 6.9 (45).

The Gippsland League saw Luis D’Angelo and Traralgon fall short by just seven points to Warragul on Saturday afternoon – 8.8 (56) to 7.7 (49).

Jake Hume and the Leongatha Parrots managed a convincing win over Morwell, 8.13 (61) to 2.9 (21) in the Gippsland League. 

Will Sexton played for Yarrawonga in the Ovens and Murray League. They took on Wodonga and came out on top by 17 points, 8.14 (62) to 7.3 (45). 

Both Beasley brothers, Hugh and Charlie featured in the Victorian Amateur Football Association on Saturday. Box Hill Skipper, Hugh coached Old Trinity and younger brother Charlie in their clash with St Kevin’s, in which Old Trinity were bested, 18.12 (120) to 5.3 (33). Charlie was named second best in the side, for his defensive efforts. 

Two of Box Hill’s own, in Jed Rule and Max Walton played for the Colgate Young Guns, made up of the cream of the crop of the NAB League, against an extended VIC Metro squad, on Saturday afternoon. Our boys managed a big win with the Young Guns, with Rule playing down back and Walton slotting a goal. 

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