Community Clubs May 4

It was another big weekend of community level football for our young Hawks boys, a few with big wins, others suffering narrow losses and everything in between. 

In the NAB League, Max Walton and the Gippsland Power secured a close win over the Bendigo Pioneers, 13.16 (94) to 12.5 (77). 

Sahaf Ali’s Eastern Ranges had a bye in the NAB League, so he turned out for community club East Ringwood in the EFNL. The Roos won 12.9 (81) over Beaconsfield 4.13 (37), with Sahaf slotting two goals to help his side to victory. 

In the Eastern Football Netball League, Max Hall booted three goals and was best on ground for Montrose. The Demons won with ease over Upper Ferntree Gully with the final score 19.16 (130) to 9.2 (56). 

In the ENFL Premier Division, Jake Arundell and Mitch Sruk’s Rowville were victorious in a cliff-hanger, 5.16 (46) to 6.8 (44) over Norwood. 

Mason Hawkins and James O’Connor took to the field for the Vermont Eagles. Unfortunately for the purple and gold, they would suffer a defeat at the hands of Noble Park 13.10 (88) to 5.7 (37). In a positive spin on the loss, Hawkins managed one of the Eagles few goals.  

Will Garner and the Blackburn Panthers scored a win over Liam Coghlan and Campbell Tweedie’s Doncaster 13.6 (84) to 7.7 (49). Coghlan was named fifth best, and Tweedie sixth best in their sides loss. 

Will Sexton and his Balwyn Tigers claimed a significant win over Berwick, 14.19 (103) to 6.11 (47). Sexton booted one major for the Tigers on Saturday afternoon. 

Harry Banfield lined up for Vermont in the EFNL Premier Division Reserves. He copped a bad corky in the clash with Noble Park and his side went down narrowly – 5.12 (42) to 5.7 (37). 

In the Victorian Amateur Football Association (VAFA) Charlie Beasley and his side, Old Trinity won their first game of the season, 9.7 (61) to University Blues 8.8 (56). Beasley collected a career high 13 marks out of the backline.

Flynn Lakey in Bendigo Football Netball League, the Gisborne Bulldogs thrashed the Maryborough Seniors – 24.14 (158) to 2.5 (17). Lakey was among his sides best players and managed to slot a goal. The win secured their place atop the table based purely on percentage. 

Luis D’Angelo played for the Traralgon Seniors in the Gippsland League. Despite having four more scoring shots, the Maroons fell  to Moe 8.8 (56) to 7.13 (55). 

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