Community Clubs May 18

Once again, a host of Box Hill youngsters represented their community clubs this past weekend – from Young Guns to the Ovens and Murray League, we’ve got everyone covered. 

Jed Rule turned out for the Young Guns on Sunday. They took on Vic Country and managed a 30-point win. Rule played his part finishing the day with 12 kicks, 16 handballs and five marks. 

Jake Arundell, Lachlan Wynd, Mitchell Sruk all ran out for the Rowville Hawks in the EFNL on Saturday afternoon and secured the points in an arm wrestle against South Croydon, 16.16 (112) to 15.7 (97). Arundell managed two goals for the Hawks in the victory. 

Mason Hawkins and James O’Connor pulled on the purple and gold of Vermont as the Eagles toppled Park Orchards in Premier Division Seniors, 15.4 (94) to 11.12 (78). Hawkins slotted three majors for the afternoon and was judged his side’s third best player on the day. 

It was a big day out for Cayden Maki and Mooroolbark, defeating Upper Ferntree Gully 20.16 (136) to 6.8 (44). Maki booted a goal in the Mustangs big win.

Max Hall and Montrose faced Mitcham on Saturday arvo, running out winners 10.9 (69) to 8.10 (58). Hall finished with a goal to his name and was second best afield for the Demons. 

Sahaf Ali lined up with East Ringwood again, helping the Roos to a 32-point over the Lilydale Falcons, 10.11 (71) to 5.9 (39). 

Jack Hume and Leongatha managed a huge win over Warragul in the Gippsland Football League, 16.13 (109) to 6.5 (41). 

In the Ballarat Football Netball League, Jayden Eales and the Sunbury Lions were bested by Darely. The Lions led at every break in the game but ended up going down by four points – 10.12 (72) to 9.14 (68).   

Harry Banfield played for Vermont Premier Division Reserves in their match-up against Park Orchards. In a low-scoring slog, the Eagles trailed by single digits at every change, before ultimately falling by just three points.

Will Garner’s Blackburn played out a 79-apiece draw. Garner finished the contest with two of the Panthers’ 12 goals.

In VAFA action, Charlie Beasley’s Old Trinity went down by 44 points. It was 16.15 (111) to 10.7 (67) at the final siren, but on a positive note, Beasley was named fourth best for his side. 

Luis D’Angelo lined up for Traralgon in the Gippsland League on Saturday, where he and the side manged to snag the win by just four points over Wonthaggi – 9.11 (65) to 8.13 (61). 

Flynn Lakey played with Gisborne in the Bendigo Football Netball League on Saturday. The Bulldogs took a big win over South Bendigo, 23.14 (152) to 7.4 (46). 

Will Sexton lined up in the Ovens and Murray Football League with Yarrawonga Seniors. They managed a seven-point victory over Corowa Rutherglen, 11.7 (73) to 10.6 (66). 

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