Community Clubs 23 April

Absolutely incredible weekend of community football for our Hawks player last week! 17 games played across the VFL and VFLW, with 13 of our Hawks receiving best player on the day along with a few goals in between. Each week, we are seeing the performance from our Hawks skyrocket and we couldn’t be more thrilled to watch them thrive in their local colours.

 VFL: In Round 2 of the Eastern Football Netball League, Billy Hicks and the Black Burn Seniors walked away with a solid 39 point win against the Berwick Seniors, 11.22 (88) to 8.1 (49).

 The Mooroolbark Seniors with Jye Peacock were unable to take home a win on Saturday during Round 2, as they were heavily defeated by 111 points against the Beaconsfield Seniors, 2.0 (12) to 18.15 (123). Jye’sperformance came out on top as he was also named best player.

Jett Latchford and the Ringwood Seniors defeated the Heathmont Seniors in Round 3 by 48 points, 10.10 (70) to 3.4 (22). Jett was 1 of 6 named best player for Saturday’s game.

In the Mornington Peninsula Football Netball League, the Frankston YWC Seniors with Heath Bidgood and Lachlan Bryce were both named best player along with a win in Round 3 on Saturday. Their 21 point win came against the Mornington FNC Seniors, 13.17 (95) to 11.8 (74).

Round 4 of the Gippsland Football League found Zach Felsbourg and the Maffra Seniors with a massive loss against Leongatha Seniors, 1.4 (10) to 16.16 (112). Despite the 102 point loss, Zach received best player on the day.

VFLW: In Round 2 of the Victorian Amateur Football Association (VAFA), Jess Cox and the St Kevin’s Senior defeated the Collegians Senior by 38 points, 7.11 (53) to 2.3 (15).

The Old Scotch Seniors with Nadia Von Bertouch, Annie Muir and Emma Robins walked away with a 43 point win against the West Brunswick Seniors, 7.5 (47) to 0.4 (4). Nadia received best player on the day, along with a goal from Annie.

Amber Sciacca, Mikayla Lee and Erin Woodford had a massive 64 point win against the Monash Blues Seniors, 12.4 (76) to 2.0 (12).

In Round 1 of the Eastern Football Netball League, Jess Mourney and the Eastern Devils had a 74 point victory over the South Belgrave Seniors, 14.5 (89) to 2.3 (15).

Beth Griffin and Torey Burns in the South Croydon Seniors had a slimming 2 point win against the Mount Evelyn Seniors on Saturday, defeating them 7.1 (43) to 7.0 (42).

The Whitehorse Pioneers had a ripper of a game with Amanda Tessari as she snagged 2 goals and was named best player on Saturday’s match-up against the Basin Seniors. They emerged victorious by 18 points, 7.9 (51) to 5.3 (33).

In Round 3 of the Mornington Peninsula Football Netball League, the Warragul Industrials with Alisha and Elise Molesworth, defeated Frankston FC by 5 points, 4.7 (31) to 3.8 (26). Alisha was named best player.

In the Outer East Football League, Lily Carlin was named best player in her win with Olinda Ferny Creek against the Belgrave Seniors in Round 2, 4.9 (33) to 2.7 (19).

Sky Wilson and the Woori Yallock Seniors defeated the Thornton Eildon Seniors by a whopping 71 points, 11.9 (75) to 0.4 (4). Sky secured a goal for Woori Yallock and received best player.

In Round 3 of the Coates Talent League, the Sandringham Dragons with Mia Zielinski had a strong 54 point victory against the Calder Cannons, 12.9 (81) to 4.3 (27). Amongst the huge win, Mia absolutely killed it with 4 goals and named player of the game! Incredible performance.

The Dandenong Stingrays with Georgia Templeton had a close 9 point win against the Geelong Falcons on Saturday, 7.14 (56) to 6.11 (47). Georgia received best player on the day.

In the Tallangatta & District Football League, Emily Shepard and the Thurgoona Bulldogs struggled to come out on top, suffering a 117 point loss against the Lavington Panthers on Saturday. Despite the loss, Emily received best player.

Keep your eye out for more local footy updates as the 2024 season well and truly kicks off!

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