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ACROSS MY DESK
ACROSS MY DESK
Red Onion Creative Ballarat FNL Operations Manager Scott Carey
AFL Goldfields Trainers Night
AFL Goldfields Holiday Camps
The AFL Goldfields Trainers Association in
conjunction with our medical equipment partners
Club Warehouse are pleased to provide a special
information session for all AFL Goldfields Trainers
Association members.
The AFL Goldfields Trainers Association in
conjunction with our medical equipment partners
Club Warehouse are pleased to provide a special
information session for all AFL Goldfields Trainers
Association members.
This session will be provided completely free of
charge and will cover topics such as concussion,
injury management and taping techniques.
I am also pleased to confirm the session will be run
by AFL Trainers Association President & Richmond
FC Head Trainer Matt Pearce. Matt has a wealth of
experience at the highest level and we are thrilled to
have Matt as our guest to run this session.
Light supper and refreshments will be provided on
the night and all club Trainers and First Aiders are
welcome to attend.
Please RSVP your attendance by Friday 1st July
via email to Martin Gaul from Club Warehouse to
[email protected]
If you are not a member of the association and wish
to join to receive benefits such as the above, feel
free to contact the Association via email – [email protected]
aflgoldfields.com.au
We are excited to announce that for the 1st time in
2016 we are hosting an indoor AFL Holiday Programs
in the upcoming school holidays.
The program is a fun and inclusive program for
boys and girls and includes skill development, fun
activities, minor games and modified games. The
holiday program provides a fun, exciting and safe
environment for children to develop their skills whilst
interacting with others.
The AFL Goldfields Holiday Programs introduces
both boys and girls between 5 and 12 the basic skills
of Australian Football in a fun and action packed
environment.
When: Friday 8th July 2016 – Bacchus Marsh Leisure
Centre, Bacchus Marsh
Time: 08:45 registration and a 09:00 kick off, through
to 3.00pm.
Price: $30.00 for 1 full day session.
To register please go to www.aflvicholidayprograms.com.au
or for inquiries pls call AFL Goldfields on (03) 53 331 977.
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Postal: PO Box 586, Ballarat 3353
Office: 1431 Mair Street, Ballarat 3353
visit www.bfl.vcfl.com.au
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2016 Junior Football Wrap
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BFNL Contact Directory
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Good luck to all, and enjoy your day at the Ballarat FNL!
Scott Carey
Operations Manager
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Phone: (03) 5221 4408
Address: 203 Malop Street, Geelong VIC 3220
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AT THE BAR
with Theo & Digger
Once again for the 2016 season, local footy fans Theo and Digger
return to give their views and opinions on BFL footy each week,
from the comfort of the Sports Bar at the Ballarat Leagues Club!
Theo: Here we are again Dig, on the cusp of a much-needed long
weekend!
Digger: For you maybe, not for the BFNL footballers and
netballers!
T: I’ve always wondered about that – seems that all of the other
leagues in the region are off this weekend, but not the BFNL.
D: It’s a bit of a sore point mate, speaking to a lot of the players
they’d love to have this weekend off to head away for the long
weekend…but then again, they only had a week off a fortnight
ago, plus it’s a chance to play in front of some big crowds on a
busy weekend in Ballarat!
T: Glass is always half full with you Dig, that’s what I like about
you!
D: No point looking backwards mate, always have to move
forward.
T: Speaking of looking backwards, what caught your eye from the
last weekend?
D: I think it was the big margins at Clarke Oval and Eureka
Stadium that really made me stand up and take notice. I
was expecting both Sunbury and North City to win, don’t get
me wrong, just not by those margins. For the Lions to keep
Sebastopol to just one scoring shot over three quarters of footy
is almost unheard of – especially given that these Burras are a
damn sight better than they were 12 months ago – and likewise
for North City keeping Melton to just four scoring shots after
quarter-time, three of which came in the second quarter.
T: You bang on about Melton quite a bit and their need for
respect – this surely wouldn’t have helped.
D: They’re a bit like the Grade 4 schoolyard bully, are Melton –
they talk a good game, they beat up on the little kids, but when
they come face-to-face with the Grade 6 kids, they soon get
brought back to earth.
T: Interesting analogy mate, don’t quite think I’ve heard that
one before! Let’s look at this weekend, shall we, and another
top-of-the-ladder clash for your Lakers against the blue Lions
from the East.
D: Should be a ripper down at Lakerland mate. Hopefully the
weather gives us a bit of a respite so we can see these two teams
at their best, because this should be a ripper. The Lakers haven’t
missed a beat over the last couple of weeks, but Sunbury are
setting themselves for a big three-week period now where they
face top-six contenders, and they know how important a win is
here not just for their confidence, but also to make sure other
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teams take them seriously as premiership contenders. I’m going
with the heart and tipping the Lakers, but I’m very, very worried
about this one.
T: East Point return to action after a bye last week to face
Sebastopol at the Eastern Oval.
D: Two Jekyll-and-Hyde teams this year for mine – will the good
one or the bad one show up? Surely Sebas can’t be that bad two
weeks in a row…but East Point are a pretty good side too just for
what it’s worth, and I think they can get the chocolates this week.
T: Darley are also back in action after a week off this week, as
they face the Swans in a game they’ll start as favourites in.
D: Yep, and they should get the job done too – the Swans were
pretty good against Redan last week, but they’ll probably lose a
couple back to the VFL this week, and the Devils are starting to
find their mojo now…Darley to win and start banging loudly on
the door of the top six.
T: Your Grade 4 schoolyard bullies take on Redan at Macpherson
Park?
D: And here’s the chance to test whether this analogy really
fits. Redan folk will be the first to admit that they haven’t been
playing great footy of recent times, but if they’re up and firing,
then they’re the Grade 6 kid coming into the middle school yard.
I’d love to see Melton prove me wrong, but I don’t think they will
here…and go tumbling out of the top six as a result at a bad time
to get out of the upper rungs.
T: Another Sunday game this week as well, as North Ballarat
City take on Bacchus Marsh at Eureka Stadium.
D: This should be another ripper as well, and given that I don’t
have to work the next day, I think I might enjoy the two-course
special here at the BLC bistro for lunch, then head down to
the Northern Oval to check this one out. I don’t think Bacchus
Marsh will be too down on themselves after losing to a good
Lakers side last week, but this is another test for them against
a North City team who love playing at Eureka Stadium and who
are coming off a pretty dominant week last week. They should
be able to handle the step up in class on a good track, and I’m
tipping them to get home by a short half head.
T: Good work mate, same time next week?
D: If you can get me away from this open fire – good choice
moving this week’s chat into the Bistro!!
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NETBALLERS LOOK TO MAKE IT FOURTH TIME LUCKY
The Ballarat Football Netball League’s Open netball
representative side will look to make history this Sunday as
they travel to Melbourne to try and bring home a state title.
By virtue of their victory in the Central Highlands Regional
VNL competition played earlier in the season, their fourth
win in as many years of the competition, the team will travel
to Hisense Arena to contest the Regional VNL Champions
Challenge for the fourth consecutive year as they take on the
Eastern Regional VNL region in an effort to bring home their
first Champions Challenge title after falling at the final hurdle
in each of the last three years.
The side that travels to Melbourne on Sunday will look slightly
different to the one that defeated the Wendouree Netball
Association by a goal back in March to win the Central
Highlands Regional VNL competition, with Stacey and Gina
McCartin, Molly Boyle and Melanie Allen all unavailable for
this game, meaning that coach Kate McMahon has needed to
find replacements for these talented players.
“We’re going to put on show the strength that the BFNL has
in our netball arm, and we’ve been able to collect some really
key players”, McMahon told the BFNL Netball Show earlier
this week.
“Liv Jones [from North Ballarat City] will be great to swing
into that centre position along with Kara Hart, and will work
really well with [North City teammate] Jordyn Bibby in the
shooting end”.
“Sascha Veldhuis from East Point will match up nicely with
Lauren Atkinson through the midcourt, and finally we’ve got
Beck Anstey coming in from Sunbury who brings in a huge
amount of experience in our defensive end”.
“At this stage, we have limited knowledge of our opposition,
so I’ll be preparing Options A,B,C and D [for the day]”,
McMahon said.
“We’ve got some strength across the court in the form of our
versatility, and I won’t be afraid to use that”.
“Most of the girls will have already played a game the day
before, and last year in particular we had a number of sore
legs [on the court]”.
“With the selection of the team, we’ll be able to rotate the
girls to manage this without losing any of our depth and pace
and get better in keeping those legs fresh”.
As well as these three players, the team also features two
players that joined the Regional VNL team for the first
time this year in Bibby, the reigning league MVP as well as
Atkinson, the 2015 Sally McLean Trophy winner after both
played VNL netball with the ACU Sovereigns last year, and
McMahon thinks that they could be the key to finally taking
home the title that has eluded them for the past three years.
The game starts at 10:35am at Hisense Arena in Melbourne,
with tickets available at the door, which will also provide entry
to the ANZ Championship game between the Melbourne
Vixens and the Northern Mystix following the Champions
Challenge.
“I think with any netball team it’s nice to have that focal
point in the goal ring, and we have that this year [in Bibby]”,
McMahon commented.
Coach: Kate McMahon
Georgia Cann (Sebastopol, assistant coach)
Kara Hart (Lake Wendouree)
Emma Henry (Redan)
Ruby Parry (Redan)
Lauren Atkinson (East Point)
Sascha Veldhuis (East Point)
Rebecca Anstey (Sunbury)
Jordyn Bibby (North Ballarat City)
Emma Church (North Ballarat City)
Olivia Jones (North Ballarat City)
“She’s in great form, she can do some great stuff aerially and
in the ring and we need to work out how to get the ball to her
and in the goal ring”.
“[Atkinson] gives us some real speed on the court and some
experience, she’s a fantastic netballer and was absolutely
crucial in getting us to this day”.
Whilst McMahon admits that she doesn’t know much about
her opposition, which will be made up primarily of players
from the Gippsland League but also from throughout the
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Eastern Regional VNL area, she has learned from the last
three years of playing in this game, and whilst her focus may
be on the opposition very early in the piece, she also knows
what needs to happen to be successful in this game.
The BFNL team is as follows…
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ROUND 8 FOOTBALL PREVIEW
by Shaun Kelly
The Queen’s Birthday weekend always stands as the unofficial
midpoint of the Red Onion Creative Ballarat Football Netball
League season, and whilst we’re a week away from the actual
midpoint, these next few weeks are going to be crucial for
almost every team in the league as they try and keep their hold
on, or try to move in to, a top six ladder position in a year that
seems much more even than other’s before it. Let’s look at the
only senior football matches in the AFL Goldfields region this
weekend, which should attract some decent-sized crowds as a
result.
DARLEY are back in action this weekend after having last week
off thanks to their scheduled Round 7 fixture being played as
the Season Opener, and they should be fresh and raring to go as
they host a BALLARAT side at Darley Park today that were more
than serviceable up until half-time against Redan last weekend,
trailing by just three points at the main break before the Lions
put their collective feet on the pedal to run away with the game
by 32 points, with Daniel Kennedy, Alex Stepnell and Mitch Rodd
amongst the Swans’ better players. It will be interesting to see
how the week off affected Darley last week, given their potentially
season-altering win over North City the week before and the
momentum they would have gathered from that potentially being
altered. On paper, the Devils look like the stronger side, but
Ballarat are playing well together as a unit at the moment, and
Jarrod Edwards will be telling his players not to take the Swans
lightly in any way.
PREDICTION: That being said, DARLEY should be able to pull
away after half time to continue their charge back towards the
top six.
Match of the Round takes place at Wendouree Reserve this week,
as the undefeated LAKE WENDOUREE, fresh off a 19 point win
over the much-vaunted Bacchus Marsh at Maddingley Park last
Saturday, take on a SUNBURY side that are absolutely flying at
the moment as evidenced by their 130 point win over Sebastopol
last week in which they kept the Burras scoreless for the first half
of the game and goalless for three quarters. They’ll find it a bit
tougher in that regard this week, even with Lakers key forward
Lucas Anderson missing for the rest of the year after a nasty
injury last weekend, which will leave a massive hole in the Lakers
forward line given his class and his ability to run his opponent
all over the ground. Andrew Pitson has been a revelation in a
permanent forward role this year, Nathan Pring is in the middle
of a purple patch of form and watch for Tom Carey and Jack
Elkington to stand up in Anderson’s absence. On the other side of
the coin, Jack Landt has been just as dangerous off half-forward
for Sunbury as Pring has been in recent weeks, David Kovacevic
looms large in the ruck for not just his centre-bounce work but
also his ball-winning ability around the ground, and the midfield
battle will be an absolute ripper with Ben Taylor, Steve Clifton, Ash
Simpson and Nathan Monk on one side of the equation and the
in-form Alik Magin, Nathan Wood, Joe Redfern and Andrew Duhau
on the other.
PREDICTION: Tough one to call – I can easily see the Lions
getting this one, but until LAKE WENDOUREE give me a reason
to tip against them, I’m not going to…yet!
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EAST POINT return to action after a bye last week as they
welcome SEBASTOPOL to the Eastern Oval today, with the Burras
coming off arguably their toughest game of the season last week,
going down by 130 points to Sunbury with their only two goals of
the day coming in the final quarter. Sebastopol were scoreless at
half-time, with the ball barely even entering their forward 50, but
they might have some help ready to return this week, with Michael
Powell playing in the Reserves last week and kicking a couple of
goals…if he got through training during the week, he’s likely to
return against an East Point side that he’s had some memorable
battles with over the last couple of years. The Roos will see
this game as a chance to work their way back inside the top six,
especially if Redan are able to topple Melton, ahead of a pretty
big three weeks following where they’ll meet Lake Wendouree,
Sunbury and Darley before their second bye of the season.
PREDICTION: EAST POINT should be too strong, but it might
take them a while to shake a Burras side that will be looking for
redemption after last week.
Pretty big game in the context of the season at Macpherson Park
today as MELTON play host to REDAN, especially for the home
side who were pretty much blown off the park by North Ballarat
City at Eureka Stadium last week, going down by 141 points in
what was their worst performance of the season. They won’t find
it much easier against Redan this week, although the Lions took a
half to shrug off a determined Ballarat last week, turning a three
point half time lead into an eventual 32 point win. A loss to either
side today leaves them vulnerable of slipping out of the top six –
especially the Bloods, who’s percentage copped a pounding last
week – whilst a win gives a game buffer inside the top flight at a
crucial time of the year.
PREDICTION: Expecting the Bloods to throw everything at this
one, but REDAN should be able to hold them off for their fourth
win of the season.
Sunday footy is back on the radar this week, with NORTH
BALLARAT CITY hosting BACCHUS MARSH in what should be a
fascinating game at Eureka Stadium, and one that will tell us a lot
more about both teams this season. They come off differing paths
from last week as well, with North City absolutely annihilating
Melton at this ground last weekend, and the Cobras going down
at home to Lake Wendouree on a day where 26 scoring shots,
four more than their opposition, yielded just seven goals. Travis
Hodgson will be keen to rectify that imbalance this weekend,
especially with Damian Cupido and Alec Del Papa both being
held goalless last weekend, and will be hoping Cam Richardson
returns to face his old side. No such problems in the North City
forward line last weekend, with Derick Micallef, Mitch Johns and
coach Jordyn Burke sharing 14 goals last weekend, and could
prove a handful for Hamish Coulton and the Cobras’ backline this
weekend.
PREDICTION: At home, NORTH BALLARAT CITY should be able
to claim third spot as their own.
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ROUND 8 NETBALL PREVIEW
by Shaun Kelly
A huge weekend for Ballarat FNL netball this weekend, not
just for some crucial Round 8 matches in the BGT A Grade
netball competition, but also with our Open representative
side contesting the Regional VNL Champions Challenge final
at Hisense Arena on Sunday against the Gippsland League.
We’ve previewed the RVNL game in a separate article in
today’s Record, so let’s move on and look at this weekend’s
Round 8 matches.
Pretty important game at Darley Park today as DARLEY host
BALLARAT, the Devils coming off a week off and the Swans
coming off being run over after half-time by Redan to lose by 10
goals and tumble from the top six as a result, despite the best
efforts of defenders Chelsea McMahon and Abbey Wiltshire. A
win is crucial today for either side here as they both sit a game
outside the six (I know the ladder in this Record has Darley two
games out, but their Round 1 bye hasn’t been entered into the
MyNetball system, therefore hasn’t been accounted for and the
Devils are on the same points as the Swans) and could sneak
back in tonight, depending on results. Darley haven’t been able
to buy a win since their great start to the season, and will be
confident today, but Ballarat will start this game as favourites
and need a confidence boost.
PREDICTION: BALLARAT to get themselves back onto the
winners list
EAST POINT, like the Devils, return after a week off last week to
face SEBASTOPOL at the Eastern Oval in a game that becomes
more interesting after the Burras finally took that big scalp
we’ve been waiting for, dominating Sunbury early to build a
ten-goal quarter time lead as the foundation for their eventual
52-34 win. The Cann sisters were dominant in goals, with a
combined shooting percentage of 82%, and Nikki Allen and
Kahlia Dix kept the Sunbury goalers to just a 57% shooting
clip, which went a long way towards them winning the game.
They’ll find it tougher this week though, as the Roos would have
enjoyed last weekend’s bye and will be set to go to continue
their undefeated season today. Kate McLeod standing Adrianna
Cann in the Burra goals will be a match-up worth watching,
as will Dix and Allen taking on Lauren Jew and Emma Farrell
under the East Point goal ring. It’s the midcourt that could
prove the difference though in this game, and where the Sebas
midcourters will need to be on their game should they wish to
repeat last week’s heroics.
PREDICTION: Tougher opposition this week for the Burras…
EAST POINT will be too strong
LAKE WENDOUREE are going about their business quite nicely
at the moment, sitting in third spot behind the undefeated
East Point and North City, and will be looking forward to the
challenge of facing SUNBURY at the Wendouree Reserve today.
The Lakers took out a 55-30 win over Bacchus Marsh last
week, with Kellie Berry shooting 39 goals and their experienced
midcourters in Kara Hart, Katie Williams and Kirsty Walsh
leading the way. Sunbury dropped their second successive
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game last weekend, going down 52-34 to Sebastopol despite the
best efforts of Sarah Davies, Prue Stanley and a returning Beck
Anstey. One of the issues Sunbury had last week was in the
goal ring, where the new pairing of Kathryn Williams and Amy
Starzer, the latter backing up after playing with Rupertswood
in the RDFNL just down the road earlier, could only connect
on 57% of their attempts on goal for the day, something they’ll
need to improve on today against a Lakers team that are,
statistically, the stingiest in the league at the moment.
PREDICTION: LAKE WENDOUREE should get it done at home,
cementing third spot in the process.
Interesting game at Macpherson Park today as MELTON host
a REDAN side that have arguably been the in-form side of the
league over the last month, winning their fourth straight game
last weekend as they turned an eight-goal half time deficit
into a ten goal win, defeating Ballarat 38-28 in new coach
Talia Holloway-Roden’s first game in charge. Bringing young
shooter Ashlee Smith on at half-time was a good coaching
move, replacing an out-of-sorts Tasha Dack (who also had to
double-up the next day on ACU Sovereigns duty) and connecting
on 17 of her 22 goal attempts for the day to help kick-start the
Lions attacking end into action, whilst Emma Henry and Jordan
Lever clamped down on the Swans at the other end of the court.
Melton ran into the North City juggernaut last week, and whilst
coach Renee Hulls shot at an 88% rate last week and defenders
Katie Kakoschke and Telia Coverdale were fantastic, it couldn’t
stop them going down 60-35 against the reigning premiers. It’s
a crucial game for Melton, who need to win to stay in touch with
the top flight, but Redan knows that a win doesn’t just cement
their top six spot at the moment, potentially by two games,
but also that it gives them a chance to rise up the ladder,
something not many would have thought of when they started
the season 0-3.
PREDICTION: It may take them a half to shake off the Bloods,
but REDAN to make it five in a row today.
Sunday netball also takes place in the BFNL this week, with
NORTH BALLARAT CITY taking on BACCHUS MARSH at the
adjusted time of 3:30pm this week, adjusted to give North City’s
Emma Church, Liv Jones and Jordyn Bibby time to return from
Melbourne, where they will be a part of the BFNL’s Regional
VNL team at Hisense Arena. If ever there’s going to be a day
for an upset, this could be it, with five of North City’s starting
seven players either already having played a game, or missing
completely in the case of the McCartin sisters, and don’t think
that Bacchus Marsh coach Dean Giarrusso won’t be aware of
this…especially with Ally Symons in such great form in goals at
the moment.
PREDICTION: Despite being tired and undermanned, the
depth of NORTH BALLARAT CITY should ensure that Annie’s
Angels remain undefeated at the end of the weekend.
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A MESSAGE FROM WORKSAFE
AFL VICTORIA COUNTRY
STATEWIDE PLAYER POINTS SYSTEM ROLLS OUT
With the recent rollout of the statewide Player
Points System, feedback from Metropolitan
Leagues and Region Commissions suggests the
policy is proving a welcome measure so far.
Aimed at addressing equalisation concerns and
escalating player payments, the Player Points
System is one half of the Community Club
Sustainability Program in 2016, with a Players
Salary Cap set to be introduced in 2017.
AFL Victoria Club Sustainability Manager, Darryl
Collings said the implementation of the program
had been well supported throughout the State.
“The feedback we have received to date has been
largely positive, with Metropolitan Leagues and
Region Commission working closely with their
clubs to implement the framework,” Collings said.
“The enhancements made to the Footyweb system
have assisted in making the system as transparent
as possible, with all player point allocations now
available in the results section of each of the
competitions websites.
“In the next few weeks, the Working Party that
developed the Points system, will be seeking
formal feedback from Metropolitan Leagues
and Region Commission reviewing all aspects
of the Points System with a focus on how it may
be improved for future seasons. It’s important
the clubs and leagues continue to be part of the
solution.”
One Region Commission already seeing the
benefits of the Player Points System this season
is AFL Barwon. Region General Manager, Lee
Hartman, said the response from clubs to the
Points System has been largely positive.
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“All the clubs have been really good with getting
on board, and that was needed for this to work,”
Hartman said.
A top priority for AFL Barwon in implementing the
Player Points System was to ensure it remains
feasible for local clubs.
“The main thing for us was to make sure the
system was manageable for clubs,” Hartman said.
The system, which sees each club allocated up
to 50 points to distribute across its playing group,
has so far proven an effective measure in handling
playing lists.
“Initially, we were offering 40 points and some
clubs thought that wasn’t enough,” Hartman said.
“There have only been one or two clubs that have
used that maximum points though, so I think we’ve
got it right.”
With the AFL Working Party giving Metropolitan
Leagues and Region Commissions the flexibility
to apply either a one or two point reduction for
players that have met the season of service clause
in 2015, to participate with the same club in 2016,
Hartman said AFL Barwon is seeing progressive
changes in retention and recruitment.
“We’ve been able to retain players and we’ve seen
some return to original home clubs because
they’re worth only one point.
“We’ve seen clubs that traditionally went on big
recruiting sprees unable to do that, and they have
had to be more strategic around recruitment, so
there are plenty of benefits,” said Hartman.
For more information on the Community Club
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Darley
v
Ballarat
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v
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v
Sunbury
Melton
v
Redan
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v
Bacchus Marsh
DARLEY
EAST POINT
LAKE
WENDOUREE
REDAN
NORTH
BALLARAT
CITY
4
28
DARLEY
EAST POINT
SUNBURY
REDAN
BACCHUS
MARSH
4
27
DARLEY
EAST POINT
LAKE
WENDOUREE
REDAN
BACCHUS
MARSH
3
26
DARLEY
EAST POINT
LAKE
WENDOUREE
MELTON
NORTH
BALLARAT
CITY
4
24
BALLART
SEBASTOPOL
SUNBURY
REDAN
BACCHUS
MARSH
2
13
DARLEY
EAST POINT
LAKE
WENDOUREE
REDAN
BACCHUS
MARSH
3
23
BALLART
SEBASTOPOL
SUNBURY
REDAN
BACCHUS
MARSH
4
18
DARLEY
EAST POINT
LAKE
WENDOUREE
REDAN
BACCHUS
MARSH
3
25
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EAST POINT
LAKE
WENDOUREE
REDAN
NORTH
BALLARAT
CITY
4
25
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SEBASTOPOL
SUNBURY
REDAN
BACCHUS
MARSH
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Nick Peters, Lake Wendouree
Most respected team mate (work ethic,
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Steve Clifton
Career highlight:
VFL Premiership
Match day superstitions:
Most influential figure on career:
Dad
None
Hardest worker at training:
Debut year/game:
Michael Madden and Michael Britt
2000
Best Player Played Against:
Clubs represented:
Warrack Eagles, North Ballarat Roosters
Worst injury suffered:
Paul Chapman
Would you like to coach one day:
Not at this moment, no.
18 cm tear in calf
Name a sports person you admire and why:
Best football memory:
Michael Jordan. Champion, never gives up.
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2016 RED ONION CREATIVE BFNL FOOTBALL LADDERS
SENIORS
TEAM
Lake Wendouree
Sunbury
Bacchus Marsh
North Ballarat City
Redan
Melton
East Point
Darley
Ballarat
Sebastopol
Melton South
P
6
7
7
6
7
6
6
6
6
6
7
W
6
6
5
4
4
3
2
2
2
1
0
L
0
1
2
2
3
3
4
4
4
5
7
D
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
B
1
0
0
1
0
1
1
1
1
1
0
FF
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
For
630
834
800
639
619
413
560
562
406
372
378
Agst
386
451
488
414
523
452
474
581
738
729
977
%
163.21
184.92
163.93
154.35
118.36
91.37
118.14
96.73
55.01
51.03
38.69
PTS
28
24
20
20
16
16
12
12
12
8
0
P
7
6
7
6
6
7
6
6
6
6
7
W
7
5
5
4
4
4
3
3
0
0
0
L
0
1
2
2
2
3
3
3
6
6
7
D
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
B
0
1
0
1
1
0
1
1
1
1
0
FF
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
For
679
544
596
444
373
574
370
387
206
201
205
Agst
220
302
235
353
340
373
390
450
561
561
794
%
308.64
180.13
253.62
125.78
109.71
153.89
94.87
86.00
36.72
35.83
25.82
PTS
28
24
20
20
20
16
16
16
4
4
0
P
6
7
7
6
6
6
6
6
7
7
6
W
6
6
6
4
3
3
2
2
2
1
0
L
0
1
1
2
3
3
4
4
5
6
6
D
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
B
1
0
0
1
1
1
1
1
0
0
1
FF
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
For
568
598
574
482
427
304
331
263
405
484
111
Agst
265
228
346
266
403
360
470
403
538
483
785
%
214.34
262.28
165.90
181.20
105.96
84.44
70.43
65.26
75.28
100.21
14.14
PTS
28
24
24
20
16
16
12
12
8
4
4
RESERVES
TEAM
Redan
East Point
Sunbury
Sebastopol
Lake Wendouree
Bacchus Marsh
Darley
Melton
Ballarat
North Ballarat City
Melton South
UNDER 18.5
TEAM
East Point
Redan
Bacchus Marsh
North Ballarat City
Melton
Darley
Ballarat
Lake Wendouree
Melton South
Sunbury
Sebastopol
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A GRADE
East Point
North Ballarat City
Lake Wendouree
Sunbury
Redan
Sebastopol
Ballarat
Melton
Darley
Bacchus Marsh
Melton South
P
6
6
6
7
7
6
6
6
6
7
7
BYE
1
1
1
0
0
1
1
1
0
0
0
W
5
5
5
5
4
3
2
2
2
1
0
D
1
1
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
L
0
0
1
2
3
3
4
4
4
6
7
For
340
301
280
323
238
262
218
197
194
235
179
Agst
203
221
199
249
216
247
228
303
233
308
360
PTS
26
26
24
20
16
16
12
12
8
4
0
PTS RATIO
4.33
4.33
4
2.86
2.29
2.67
2
2
1.33
0.57
0
%
167.49
136.2
140.7
129.72
110.19
106.07
95.61
65.02
83.26
76.3
49.72
B GRADE
Sunbury
North Ballarat City
East Point
Ballarat
Lake Wendouree
Bacchus Marsh
Melton South
Redan
Sebastopol
Melton
Darley
P
7
6
6
6
6
7
7
7
6
6
6
BYE
0
1
1
1
1
0
0
0
1
1
0
W
7
6
4
4
3
4
3
3
1
0
0
D
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
L
0
0
2
2
3
3
4
4
5
6
6
For
407
268
186
213
229
248
255
211
126
135
150
Agst
195
141
144
190
176
242
254
238
260
321
267
PTS
28
28
20
20
16
16
12
12
8
4
0
PTS RATIO
4
4.67
3.33
3.33
2.67
2.29
1.71
1.71
1.33
0.67
0
%
208.72
190.07
129.17
112.11
130.11
102.48
100.39
88.66
48.46
42.06
56.18
C GRADE
Ballarat
Lake Wendouree
Sunbury
North Ballarat City
East Point
Darley
Melton South
Bacchus Marsh
Redan
Melton
Sebastopol
P
6
6
7
6
6
6
7
7
7
6
6
BYE
1
1
0
1
1
0
0
0
0
1
1
W
5
4
5
3
3
3
3
3
2
1
1
D
0
1
0
1
0
1
0
0
1
0
0
L
1
1
2
2
3
2
4
4
4
5
5
For
205
159
241
142
159
167
189
182
179
114
105
Agst
141
135
166
132
147
149
208
203
198
172
191
PTS
24
22
20
18
16
14
12
12
10
8
8
PTS RATIO
4
3.67
2.86
3
2.67
2.33
1.71
1.71
1.43
1.33
1.33
%
145.39
117.78
145.18
107.58
108.16
112.08
90.87
89.66
90.4
66.28
54.97
D GRADE
North Ballarat City
Lake Wendouree
Melton
Melton South
Sunbury
Ballarat
East Point
Redan
Bacchus Marsh
Sebastopol
Darley
P
6
6
6
7
7
6
6
7
7
6
6
BYE
1
1
1
0
0
1
1
0
0
1
0
W
6
5
5
6
5
3
3
1
1
0
0
D
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
L
0
1
1
1
2
3
3
6
6
6
6
For
248
179
163
182
185
141
155
116
85
80
103
Agst
100
104
114
143
139
113
139
194
213
213
165
PTS
28
24
24
24
20
16
16
4
4
4
0
PTS RATIO
4.67
4
4
3.43
2.86
2.67
2.67
0.57
0.57
0.67
0
%
248
172.12
142.98
127.27
133.09
124.78
111.51
59.79
39.91
37.56
62.42
19 & UNDER
North Ballarat City
Redan
Ballarat
Melton
Melton South
Lake Wendouree
Darley
East Point
Bacchus Marsh
Sebastopol
Sunbury
P
6
7
6
6
7
6
6
6
7
6
7
BYE
1
0
1
1
0
1
0
1
0
1
0
W
6
6
5
4
4
3
3
1
2
1
0
D
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
L
0
1
1
2
3
3
3
5
5
5
7
For
235
244
188
219
226
168
179
121
143
98
81
Agst
117
110
100
96
161
198
186
175
227
202
330
PTS
28
24
24
20
16
16
12
8
8
8
0
PTS RATIO
4.67
3.43
4
3.33
2.29
2.67
2
1.33
1.14
1.33
0
%
200.85
221.82
188
228.13
140.37
84.85
96.24
69.14
63
48.51
24.55
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DARLEY DIARY
Football: Complacency is a state of mind that only exists in
retrospect; It has to be shattered before being ascertained.
With that in mind, it was only matter of time before our
senior guys started getting some reward for effort. Congrats
on a great win against North City with a timely return of
Jake “the Snake” Edwards …. now is time to build some
momentum. Our Reserve and U18 guys are now at 3 and 3
and need to start doing the same. Encourage the challenge
and stay committed to the cause. With a weekend off last
weekend and a nice time for recovery, today we host Ballarat
and welcome them to Darley Park. Being a long weekend,
we understand that you will want to get back up the highway
as quickly as possible, but it would be great to see you for
one drink after the game.
Netball: Our C grade netballer’s had a terrific win against
an undefeated North city outfit. Congrats to Brooke Edwards
for a stand out performance. Drew always said there
were plenty of miles left on ya’ tyres. In addition we need
to acknowledge the fill in game from Mel Freeman, who
is from our U17 group of fantastic young women coming
through the ranks. We are proud of the Unders coming
through and hope they can provide a sustainable netball
dept for years to come. Anyone wishing to step up to help
our netball dept for 2017 and beyond please feel free to
contact Marika Barnes or Lorissa Edwards. Now is as good
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BALLARAT SWAN’S CHATTER
a time as any to step up and help out wherever your skills
allow.
Social: Thanks to all who attended our previous social
function held at Melbourne Public a fortnight ago, and a
special thanks to Mel Byron for organising the day. From all
reports it was a great day … apparently there wasn’t enough
quick-eze and Borocca on the shelves at Foodworks Monday
morning. Mid Year Ball tickets are available now online. For
those of you that have not paid for a ticket as part of your
membership, the only way to get one, is to get online and
purchase! Don’t leave it to the last minute or you will miss
out. Tickets are limited. The Ball will be held on the 25th of
June, the cost is $60 which is inclusive of the Bus. So tell
your partners, friends associates, organise your baby sitters,
for this will be another fantastic night. Don’t miss out!!!
Join the Committee for 2017 or play a role. Stay tuned for
the next meeting to be held at Darley Clubrooms to set our
structure for 2017 and beyond. Any and all voluntary help
will be greatly appreciated. Even if you only play a small
part on home games, it is still help. Put your hand up
now to select the role you can assist with in 2017. See any
current committee member.
Who am I?? Who was the only member of the St. Kilda’s
1997 Grand final side to play football in 2010??
This Long Weekend sees the Active Electrical Ballarat
Swans travel down the highway to take on the Darley
FNC. Always a tough task at Darley and this will be no
exception. Although the Ballarat Swans came away from
last week’s games against Redan without the points there
was plenty endeavour and commitment which was a good
sign in going into this week’s matches.
Football: The Seniors pushed Redan all day and it wasn’t
until late in the final quarter that they were able to get on
top and take the points. The Reserves first half was good
with only 10 points separating the two sides at the main
break. However Redan’s second half proved to much for
the Swans and went on to win a tough encounter. The
U/18.5 got off to a flyer in the first quarter, but quoting
an old cliché – It takes four quarters of football to win a
game of footy.
Netball: Three wins out of a possible five was the
outcome from last week’s matches. “B”, “C” and “D”
were the victors on the day. ‘C’ Grade are enjoying good
early form and currently hold top place on the ladder.
“A” Grade worked their way to an early 8 goal lead but
unfortunately could not put pay to Redan who were able
to record a come from behind win. “D” grade recorded
their third win for the season with a good win and the
U/19’s slipped to third after their loss.
Social News: The Club’s next social event is a ‘Family
Day/Night’ Sunday, 19th June 2016 at Active Electrical
Oval, Alfredton.
After the match today we return to Alfredton for the
match day awards, refreshments and a meal from Kate’s
Kitchen.
For more information on future functions or what’s
happening around the Senior and junior club visit the
Ballarat Swans Web Site www.ballaratfc.com
Also another form of keeping up with all the news, live
scores and communication is the Team App. Go to www.
teamapp.com and search for Ballarat Swans.
Good luck to all our Football Netball teams today.
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SENIORS COACH: Jarrod Edwards
RESERVES COACH: Matthew Cape
U/18.5 COACH: Jacob Whitney
DARLEY
RESERVES
SENIORS
# PLAYER
PPV
1
Tate Stone
1
2
Steven Kennedy
2
3
Rhys Ellis
Jake Ancrum
1
5
Anthony Chiu
2
6
Scott McAllester
2
7
Luther Baker
1
9
Mitch Banner
5
Richard Knight
4
7
12
18
19
22
23
24
30
32
33
34
35
36
37
38
40
41
42
44
45
47
48
49
51
52
55
56
57
1
4
10
# PLAYER
2
11
Jake Edwards
1
12
Dane Grenfell
1
13
Harley Inglis
1
14
Mark Hansen
2
15
Darren Leonard
1
16
Jacob Zeestraaten
1
17
Brad Inglis
1
19
Abe Cameron
1
20
Luke Delahey
1
21
Jarrod Edwards
1
22
Jason Clarke
1
23
Travis Minns
1
25
Ryan Closter
2
27
Daniel Robson
4
Jake Ancrum
Luther Baker
Dane Grenfell
Kane McAuliffe
Abe Cameron
Jason Clarke
Travis Minns
Dwayne Edwards
Drew Edwards
Zane Dix
Corey Cullen
Leigh Spiteri
Travis Stephenson
Michael Clancy
Sam Holt
Jacob Whitney
Benn Matthews
Ross Gundry
Tom Thacker
Steve Turner
Brad Barnes
Shannon McDonald
Brad Spiteri (Hall)
Ben Holt
Brandon Keep
Tom Evans
Kevin O'Rafferty
James Leonard
Jackson Wells
1
36
39
Michael Clancy
Shane O'Bree
TEAM
SENIORS
RESERVES
U/18.5
2
1
38 Daniel Kennedy
1
1
39 Nicholas Maddock
3
Hayden Hughes
1
40 Shane Phongo
1
6
Marcus Powling
3
41
1
7
Elliot Gepp
1
8
Brayden Rodd
1
9
Ben Hobbs
1
45 Andrew Toan
4
10
Stuart Baker
1
46 Mitchell Bishop
1
B GRADE NETBALL
11
Jesse Nicholls
1
47
Steele Cox
2
Jack Blackburn
1
4
PLAYER
12
48 Patrick Kennedy
POS.
49
2
GK
Tayler Drevensek
13
Tyler Constable
1
GD
Ashby Keep
14
Brad McDonald
4
WD
Jasmin Dearing
15
Mitch Martin
1
C
Brinley Keep
16
Damian Larkin
WA
Jordan Geary
17
Rachel Kelly
18
3
1
Daniel Chant
1
Joel Barnes
GD
Bree Rizzato
2
Sam James
2
Matt Horan
WD
Ashlee Depetro
3
Shane Hutchinson
1
4
Tristan Loy
C
Brooke Pengelly
5
Noah Baker
4
Daniel Hobbs
WA
Demi Geary
6
Nathan Dodemaide
5
7
Christian Toner
GA
Tara Parker
8
Matthew Young
GS
Courtney Barnes
9
Lachlan Randall
Sub
Megan Jackson
10
Nathan Barnes
Coach
Marika Barnes
Captain
11
Kain Dickson
12
Liam Cahill
13
Hayden Humphrey
14
Ben Solomon
15
Kye Merceica
16
Brant Lopes
17
Mark Engstrom
18
Drew Locke
19
Matt Taylor
20
Liam Douglas
GA
22
Jake Beecham
GS
23
Callum Margraine
Sub
30
Chris Randall
Coach
61
Nick Salapura
Captain
Bree Rizzato
Rylee Gogeff
Samara McConnell
Marika Barnes
Rylee Gogeff
D GRADE NETBALL
C GRADE NETBALL
POS.
Nicola Verbeek
GD
Sophie Antonello
GD
Crystal Whtye Marshall
GD
Louise Pettifer
WD
Melissa McCallum
Tamika Taylor
PLAYER
WD
Natalie Wilks
C
Ebony Keep
WA
Georgia McGill
GA
Ashleigh Wallace
GS
Melissa Byron
Sub
Emma Van Meel
43 Glenn Coleman
3
44 Chris Egan
1
Nathan McCullum
50 Jake Fraser
2
51
Blayne Fisher
1
52
Michael Cross
1
1
1
54 Tim Jankovic
1
Jacob Willowhite
1
55 Brad Ryan
1
Will Garner
1
56 Dylan Blake
Alex Stepnell
1
20
Nick O'Farrell
1
Bailey Van Der Heuval
1
57
James Slater
1
58
Liam Porter
1
59
Jonathan Murphy
1
60
Eammon Nuttell
1
22
Phillip Vivian
1
61
23
James Quayle
1
24
Mitch Rodd
1
19 & UNDER NETBALL
25
Jackson Ford
3
26
Thomas Mooney
27
Tom Stapleton
28
Nick Maddock
POS.
3
PLAYER
GD
Bree Hern
WD
Brianna Baird
Zane Thompson
1
C
Bianca Gordon
29
Ged Shearer
2
WA
Tia Britt
GA
Jess Baddeley
30
Brendan Smith
1
GA
Ruby Fisher
Alana Johnson
James Mead
1
Shelby Cunningham
GS
31
GS
Toby Fisher
3
Molly Cove
Kaitlyn Govan
32
Sub
Sub
Teagan McFarland
Christine O'Hanlon
33
Liam Youl
2
Nicola Verbeek
34
Corey Grills
1
C
GS
Dayna Inglis
Sub
Dayna Inglis
Sub
Maddi Rippingale
Sub
Coach
Rylee Gogeff
Coach
Christine O'Hanlon
Coach
Captain
Crystal Whtye Marshall
Captain
3/4 TIME
1
1
GA
1/2 TIME
42 Ash Madder
1
Ruby Ancrum
1/4 TIME
Brandon Schmidt
53 Tom Gillett
19
21
# PLAYER
Ella Catterson
Elsa Cugola
Sophie Antonello
PLAYER
PPV
GK
WA
Captain
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1
2
Tarni Lopes
GK
C
Leigh Spiteri
4
37 Josh Boon
Jack Leonard
Tate Allan
William Garner
Luke Wynd
Taylor Sutton
Lucas Hodgetts
McKenzie Mayne
Zac Fiegert
Mitch Bishop
Ash Gray
Oliver Smith
Austin McPherson
Isiah Shearer
Ben Worthington
Jake Graham
Nathan Luka
Luke Kinnersley
Liam Fisher
Bailey Van De Heuval
Carter Prendergast
Will Johnston
Matthieu Brehaut
Bailey Fraser
Luke Wynd
Rob Corden-McKinley
Trent Robertson
Jordan Grenville
MacKenzie Smith
Mathew Hastings
GK
Bron Hawken
1
34
36 Tom Templeton
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
30
34
35
Cooper Pepi
GK
Drew Edwards
3
3
1
# PLAYER
Neve Perry
30
Corey Cullen
35 Michael Sordello
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
3
1
1
2
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
SENIORS (Cont’d)
SENIORS
PLAYER
GK
WD
33
POS.
POS.
POS.
1
1
PLAYER
PLAYER
PLAYER
Shane Page
Zane Dix
A GRADE NETBALL
#
A GRADE NETBALL
#
POS.
28
32
UNDER 18.5
PPV
UNDER 18.5
PPV
19 & UNDER NETBALL
SENIORS COACH: Ash Baker
RESERVES COACH: Dean Adams
U/18.5 COACH: Tim Shearer
BALLARAT
WA
Hayley Inglis
FULL TIME
TEAM
SENIORS
RESERVES
U/18.5
Coaches
1/4 TIME
Katie Lindvist &
Shenea Cunningham
GD
Katie Lindvkist
WD
Abbey Wiltshire
C
Ruby Wilson
WA
Mikayla George
GA
Jaime Palmer
GS
Kelly Moran
Sub
Shenea Cunningham
Sub
Ellen Werts
Sub
Hayley Fidler
Sub
Tara Domashenz
Coach
Leesa Battistello
B GRADE NETBALL
POS.
PLAYER
GK
Amanda Birkett
GD
Kate Charleson
WD
Karen Goonan
C
Emma Watson
WA
Laura Head
GA
Kirsten Phyland
GS
Claire Oliver
Sub
Kirsty McLean
Coach
Karen Goonan
D GRADE NETBALL
C GRADE NETBALL
POS.
PLAYER
GK
Lisa Wood
GD
Sophie Belsar
WD
Jess Wallace
PLAYER
Steph Parsons
Maddy Sheard
Bree Cirvn
Sarah Kerlin
Kirsten Slater
Erina Edgar
Pip Hosrley
Jess Luke
Bronte Shortal
Joss Gilbert
Holly Manley
Loretta Fisher &
Coaches
Maria Nunn
1/2 TIME
Chelsea McMahon
POS.
GK
GD
WD
C
WA
GA
GS
Sub
Sub
Sub
Sub
Ash Bylsma
PLAYER
GK
3/4 TIME
C
Sammi Lindvkist
WA
Charlotte Nicols
GA
Bec Wallace
GS
Ashton Litchfield
Sub
Anthea Stevens
Sub
Laura Forbes
Sub
Rachael Grawich
Coach
Maria Nunn
FULL TIME
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EAST POINT KANGAS CORNER
Good to back at the home ground after a week off. Today’s
matches against Sebastopol are important to our season
and I am sure all supporters are looking forward to solid
performances in all grades in both sports
Today marks Drew Murphy’s 100th game for the club of
which 27 have been in the senior football grade. Drew
came from our junior section at Russell Square and
arrived at the Eastern Oval at the commencement of the
2010 season. Congratulations Drew and hope you have a
good one today
Winter hit this week and today could be a bit wet
underfoot but the ground looks in fine condition so lets
hope for a high quality encounter
The Club Ball is only 2 weeks away on Saturday the 18th
at the Miners Tavern so get your tickets quickly. There
are still about 40 left to sell so see Stroudy today or you
might miss out.
Also the long awaited club jackets are now in stock. All
sizes. We also have a large range of hoodies, scarf’s
and beanies to ward off the winter chill. Once again see
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Stroudy today at the bar to get whatever you need to keep
you dry and warm
This weeks sponsor of the week is Irish Murphy’s long
time club supporter. Great food, live music and friendly
staff guarantee the that Ballarat can offer. Get down
there soon for your night out
Don’t forget today to wander over to the Roo Bar and see
Wayne and Brian for coffee and some BBQ’d food and
later in the day a cold drink or 2. They will be looking
forward to seeing you and I am sure you will enjoy what
they serve
There is a 20 Club draw on the deck at 1/2 time. Its not
too late to join only $20 per week and you stand a chance
of winning up to $1000. All proceeds go to infrastructure
projects at the club. See Stroudy for details
We look forward to hosting the Sebastopol FNC and their
supporters over in our social rooms after the game. The
match day awards will be presented between 5.30 and
6pm
Good luck to all of the teams today and GO ROOS
SEBASTOPOL
FOOTBALL REPORT
SENIOR NETBALL REPORT
After a disappointing trip to Sunbury for our footballers last
Saturday our senior list and unders are looking to continue their
improvement against East Point today and with the return of
some of our injured players confidence will be high.
Once again we would like to extend a huge thank you to the city
of Ballarat for the work being carried out on the rooms and
with the new Celling soon to be completed the BURRA nest will
become even more inviting for our loyal fans and community
groups who use them regularly.
Without the generosity of our sponsors it would be impossible
to do what we all love every weekend and as usual we would like
to acknowledge some of them Watersun homes, Ballarat Valves
and Body Zone Panels.
Tomorrow is our bottom of the barrel draw and an invitation is
extended to all to attend. Please have some patients with the
look of the rooms as we are as mentioned in the midst of a
Celling rebuild.
Tickets are $50 and the cash prize for the day will is $3000 with
half price drinks until draw end. Hope to see a large crowd there
as this is our major fund raiser for the year Good luck today and
see you all tomorrow
Win! Win! Well done to our 19’s and A’s for their victories last week.
UP THE BURRA!
With Toni DeGrandi and Ricki Wickson on target with their
goalshooting, the 19’s had their first win of the season and all
players made a significant contribution. Our A Graders put in
a superb ‘four quarter team effort’ to defeat Sunbury. With the
Cann sisters shooting accurately and all players showing great
endeavour, the team scored a convincing win against quality
opposition. A highlight of the game was the number of intercepts
effected by Nikki Allen in the defensive zone.
Our key defenders in the B Grade team, Tegan Boadle and Lauren
Bowler again played terrific games while Hayley Boxall’s goalshooting in the second half was brilliant. For the C and D Grade
teams Lauren Ogilvie, Bec Dowling, Georgia Willersdorf and Karli
Tuddenham did well and special mention goes to the D Grade team
on their much improved effort. Coaches Bianca and Bugsy are
confident that a win is not too far away.
The videoing of all of our senior netball matches over the past two
weeks has been a great idea and many girls have commented on
the value of seeing themselves playing … getting feedback on the
many good things that they are doing and at the same time, noting
aspects of their game that can be improved.
N.B. Players and supporters – Please keep supporting our
generous sponsors whenever possible.
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SENIORS COACH: Glenn Wilkins
RESERVES COACH: Shane Darroch
U/18.5 COACH: Chris Banwell
EAST POINT
SENIORS (Cont’d)
SENIORS
# PLAYER
PPV
# PLAYER
PPV
36 Richard Zelencich
1
Hayden Walters
1
2
Jono Lanyon
2
37
3
Brad Whittaker
1
38 David Slater
1
1
39 Mitch McCrow
1
40 Ben Lusby
1
4
Jason Delaney
Jordan Taylor
1
5
Daniel Tung
1
6
Sam Cooper
1
7
Sam Romeril
1
8
Chris Banwell
1
9
Paul Koderenko
1
10
Xavier Vearing
4
11
Toby Boyle
1
47
Louis Herbert
6
12
Bryson McDougall
1
48 Jack McClure
1
13
Andy Maconachie
2
49
1
14
Jordan Staley
5
50 Xavier Bourke
1
15
Jesse Murphy
3
51
Jackson Morrish
3
16
Andrew Stevenson
1
52
Pat Hall
1
17
Keegan Mellington
4
53 Will Petrowski
1
18
Aden Nestor
1
54 Zac Budge
1
55 Brodie Murphy
3
56 Trevor Ball
3
58 Devon Lock
1
59
James Bassett
1
60
Adam Walters
1
41
Nick Weightman
42 David Brady
4
1
43 Ryan Walsh
1
44 Kristan McNicol
3
45 Jarryd Walters
1
46 Leigh Reddrop
Jethro Kirby
3
SENIORS COACH: Shane Snibson
RESERVES COACH: Rhys Woods
U/18.5 COACH: Greg Stewart
SEBASTOPOL
UNDER 18.5
A GRADE NETBALL
SENIORS / RESERVES
SENIORS / RESERVES
#
PLAYER
POS.
PLAYER
# PLAYER
# PLAYER
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
19
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
30
31
32
33
34
37
38
40
Mackenzie Spark
Ben Noonan
Antonio Scarcella
Harli Givvens
Seth Moore
Izaac Johnstone
Keenan Waterbury
Brayden Leonard
Liam Fitzpatrick
Liam Gunn
Sean Bourke
Joe Downey
Jeremy Learmonth
Lachlan Thornton
Mitch Canny
Zac Price
Tynan Haintz
Josh Thompson
Lachlan Ross
Clay Bilney
Joel Gallagher
Ryan Thompson
Ethan Lawler
Joe Dodd
Tom Wakefield
Nathan Hucker
Dallas Martin
Matt Waller
Cameron Jackson
Leslie Maroney
Max Scales
Jack Buttler
Nick Caulfield
Mitch Tuddenham
Marcelle Geljon
Beth Smith
Clare Blanchfield
Lauren Atkinson
Kate Martin
Emma Farrell
Lauren Jew
Jemma Mirabella
Crystal Ellis
Rhona Wilson
Sascha Veldhuis
Sascha Veldhuis
Emma Farrell
1
Baden Stevens
1
2
Tom Peterson
1
3
Aiden Broughton
1
4
Tyler O"Sullivan Kirchner
1
GK
GD
WD
C
WA
GA
GS
Sub
Sub
Sub
Sub
Coach
Captain
B GRADE NETBALL
POS.
GK
GD
WD
C
WA
GA
GS
Sub
Sub
Sub
Sub
Coach
Captain
PLAYER
Jo Bayles
Perri Fenton
Steph Mundy
Emily Compton
Jess Thompson
Bree Whittaker
Rachael Wilson
Rhiannon Whitson
Monique Watson
Stacey DePaizza
Taylor Banham
Sascha Veldhuis
Perri Fenton
PPV
PPV
36 Adam Young
1
#
UNDER 18.5
A GRADE NETBALL
PLAYER
POS.
Dylan Attwell
37 Chris Jeffries
1
38 Jack McNab
1
Harrison Bromeley
39 Nathan Doonan
1
40 Hamish Blake
1
Brady Butler
1
Jack Cooper
PLAYER
GK
Rhiannon Banner
GD
Adrianna Cann
WD
Kahlia Dix
C
Nikki Allen
WA
Bianca Woods
GA
Aimee Jones
Declan Dickson
GS
Georgia Cann
Sub
Prue Scott
Sub
Sylvie Holmes
Coach
Georgia Cann
5
Brad Carrigg
1
41
6
Jake Eyers
1
42 Leroy Sheridan
1
7
Anthony Smith
1
43 Dan Mauric
1
8
Dan Cuthbertson
1
44 Tyler Moohkoek
3
Nathan Dirks
9
Ben McLeod
1
45 Rohan Marshall
3
46 James Blackwell
1
Jack Harrison
10
Simon Bulter
1
47
James Keeble
5
Jai Harvey
11
Steve Keillor
1
48 Taylor Stewart
1
Brandon Dummett
1
49
2
Tom Holmes
12
B GRADE NETBALL
13
Brett Goodes
6
POS.
14
Damon Williamson
15
Michael Powell
16
Andrew Hardy
Reece LeHaye
Captain
50 Grady Snowden
1
Max Simeoni
1
51
Matt Austin
5
52
Dylan Price
1
Ben Hutt
1
53 Corey Bell
3
Brandon Chandler
Ryan Noether
1
54 Nathan Marsh
1
17
Luke Noether
1
55 Jeff Harty
1
Shaun Howard
Cain Edwards
1
56 Chris Wright
1
James Gould
18
19
Chase Dummett
1
57
1
58 Corey Lloyd
1
Christopher Jeffrey
20
Scott Bertus
1
59
Travis Cook
1
Cane Stewart
21
Ross Menhennet
1
60
Dylan Watsone
3
22
Josh Morgan
1
61
Alex Brimacombe
1
Jimmy Price
23
Shaun Henry
1
62
Jack Powell
1
Tony Lockyer
Rhiannon Banner
PLAYER
GK
Tamieka Snowden
GD
Lauren Bowler
WD
Phillpa Dodd
C
Bridget Brady
WA
Lizzie Dodd
GA
Emily O' Brien
GS
Hayley Boxell
Sub
Teagan Boadie
Sub
Monica Dennis
Sub
Gab Howard
Sub
Aiana Toulmin
Coach
Georgia Cann
19
Jack Peeters
2
20
James Park
1
21
Mitch Walsh
2
22
Nick Hind
2
23
Luke Faull
1
24
Drew Murphy
1
19 & UNDER NETBALL
D GRADE NETBALL
C GRADE NETBALL
24
Ben Trew
1
19 & UNDER NETBALL
D GRADE NETBALL
C GRADE NETBALL
25
Angus Wright
1
POS.
POS.
POS.
25
Dayne Furness
1
POS.
POS.
POS.
26
Chris Quinlan
1
GK
Laura Fay
26
Hamish Everitt
3
27
Jack Watkins
1
GD
Janae Stewart
27
Marshall Cain
1
28
Brent Fitzpatrick
1
WD
Keeley Hasselhoff
28
Daniel Baxter
1
29
Rhys Monument
1
29
Riley Henderson
1
30
Jack Savige
30
James Richards
3
31
31
Toby Hutt
1
32
James Grills
3
33
Mitch Jolly
1
34
Luke Parker
1
35
Daniel Widgery
1
GK
GD
WD
C
WA
GA
GS
Sub
Sub
Sub
Sub
Sub
Coaches
Coach
C
PLAYER
Holly Medwell
WA
Courtney McCrow
4
GA
Rhiana Collins
Alex Davis
1
GS
Courtney Medwell
32
Josh Draffin
2
Sub
Molly McLachlan
33
Chris Carson
1
Sub
Meg Taylor
34
Alex Hynes
2
Sub
Caitlin Bell
35
Joel Van Meel
1
TEAM
SENIORS
RESERVES
U/18.5
Coach Emma Farrell
Captain Janae Stewart
1/4 TIME
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GK
GD
WD
C
WA
GA
GS
Sub
Sub
Sub
Coach
Captain
1/2 TIME
PLAYER
Kelsey Stewart
Kylea Wilson
Amber Allen
Maddie Moran
Erin Byrnes
Jenna Davidson
Annika Orr
Jaymie Haire
Maddie Pertzel
Amy Lewis
Jenna Davidson,
Kylea Wilson
Maddie Moran
3/4 TIME
GK
GD
WD
C
WA
GA
GS
Sub
Sub
Sub
Coach
PLAYER
Gab Carson
Liz Carson
Katrina Simmons
Zoe Trembath
Jacinta Cooper
Grace Curran
Jessica Chapman
Georgia Mason
Montana Labas
Madi Thomas
Lauren Atkinson
Jacinta Cooper,
Captains
Liz Carson
FULL TIME
TEAM
SENIORS
RESERVES
U/18.5
Hayden Koutsogiannis
PLAYER
GK
GD
WD
C
WA
GA
GS
Sub
Sub
Sub
Sub
Sub
Samantha Lawler
Caitlyn Stevens
Tegan Polkinghorne
Jordyn Furness
Sarah Burns
Tiana Drever
Toni Degrandi
Julia Cann
Ally Dower-Cook
Sarah Wilson
Breeley Rosenow
Ricki Wickson
Emily O'Brien,Bridget Brady
Aimee Jones
1/4 TIME
PLAYER
Kirsty Green
Rebecca Dowling
Bec Karslake
Karli Tuddenham
Alanah Hepworth
Caity Morris
Chloe Wickson
Jess Atwell
Georgia Willersdorf
Kira Murphy
Tempany Dirks
Shauna Menzies
Bianca Dowell &
Coaches
Shane Jones
1/2 TIME
3/4 TIME
PLAYER
GK
Ashlea Trezise
GD
Emma Powell
WD
Kelsie Day Molloy
C
Alanah Holloway
WA
Emily Kirby
GA
Lauren Oglivie
GS
Sarah Doonan
Sub
Lucy Gstrein
Sub
Tily Coutts
Sub
Karli Boucher
Sub
Monica Menz
Coach
Rhiannon Banner
FULL TIME
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BFNL 2016 SENIORS FIXTURE
Season Opener
Saturday April 9th 2016
Darley 24.17 (161) v Melton South 6.13 (49)
Round 1
Saturday April 16th 2016
Lake Wendouree 11.13 (79) v Redan 8.6 (54)
Melton 13.4 (82) v Melton South 3.8 (26)
Bacchus Marsh 13.12 (90) v Sunbury 10.11 (71)
Sebastopol 11.6 (72) v Ballarat 12.16 (88)
East Point 10.15 (75) v North Ballarat City 13.10 (88)
Bye - Darley
Round 2 - ANZAC Day Round
Saturday April 23rd 2016
Ballarat 12.11 (83) v East Point 9.20 (74)
Sunbury 9.16 (70) v Melton 8.8 (56)
Melton South 16.12 (108) v Sebastopol 23.11 (149)
North Ballarat City 14.11 (95) v Redan 13.15 (93)
Sunday April 24th 2016
Bacchus Marsh 21.17 (143) v Darley 10.10 (70)
Bye - Lake Wendouree
Round 3
Saturday April 30th 2016
East Point 17.14 (116) v Bacchus Marsh 11.12 (78)
Lake Wendouree 23.18 (156) v Ballarat 9.12 (66)
Darley 14.14 (98) v Sunbury 17.17 (119)
Sebastopol 4.11 (35) v Melton 14.20 (104)
Redan 19.13 (127) v Melton South 7.7 (49)
Bye - North Ballarat City
Round 4 - Mother’s Day Round
Saturday May 7th 2016
Melton South 4.10 (34) v Bacchus Marsh 24.12 (156)
Ballarat 9.15 (69) v Sunbury 27.11 (173)
Redan 15.5 (95) v East Point 13.15 (93)
Darley 14.9 (93) v Lake Wendouree 14.19 (103)
Sunday May 8th 2016
North Ballarat City 25.12 (162) v Sebastopol 7.9 (51
Bye - Melton
U/18 Challenge Match
Wednesday May 11th 2016
Ballarat FNL v Riddell DFL
Clarke Oval
Round 5 - Community Umpiring Round
Saturday May 14th 2016
Bacchus Marsh 28.14 (182) v Ballarat 8.3 (51)
Lake Wendouree 13.10 (88) v North Ballarat City 7.20 (62)
Redan 15.16 (106) v Darley 7.12 (54)
Melton 11.12 (78) v East Point 9.7 (61)
Sunbury 23.15 (153) v Melton South 9.7 (61)
Bye - Sebastopol
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Saturday May 21st 2016
Western Region FL 13.17 (95) v Ballarat FNL 13.14 (92)
Round 6 - Indigenous Round
Saturday May 28th 2016
Melton 10.5 (65) v Bacchus Marsh 13.11 (89)
Darley 12.7 (79) v North Ballarat City 8.13 (61)
East Point 21.18 (144) v Melton South 7.9 (51)
Sebastopol 7.8 (50) v Lake Wendouree 16.26 (122)
Redan 9.8 (62) v Sunbury 15.14 (104)
Bye - Ballarat
Round 7
Saturday June 4th 2016
Bacchus Marsh 7.19 (61) v Lake Wendouree 12.10 (82)
Ballarat 7.7 (49) v Redan 11.15 (81)
North Ballarat City 25.19 (169) v Melton 4.4 (28)
Sunbury 21.19 (145) v Sebastopol 2.3 (15)
Bye - East Point
Round 8 - Queen’s Birthday Weekend
Saturday June 11th 2016
Darley v Ballarat
East Point v Sebastopol
Lake Wendouree v Sunbury
Melton v Redan
Sunday June 12th 2016
North Ballarat City v Bacchus Marsh
Bye - Melton South
Darley Park
Eastern Oval
Wendouree Reserve
MacPherson Park
Eureka Stadium
Round 9
Saturday June 18th 2016
Lake Wendouree v East Point
Bacchus Marsh v Redan
Melton South v North Ballarat City
Sebastopol v Darley
Sunday June 19th 2016
Ballarat v Melton
Bye - Sunbury
Wendouree Reserve
Maddingley Park
Melton Rec Reserve
Marty Busch Reserve
Alfredton Oval
Round 10
Saturday June 25th 2016
Ballarat v North Ballarat City
Darley v Melton
Melton South v Lake Wendouree
Redan v Sebastopol
Sunbury v East Point
Bye - Bacchus Marsh
Alfredton Oval
Darley Park
Melton Rec Reserve
City Oval
Clarke Oval
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Round 11
Saturday July 2nd 2016
Ballarat v Melton South
East Point v Darley
Melton v Lake Wendouree
North Ballarat City v Sunbury
Sebastopol v Bacchus Marsh
Bye - Redan
Round 16
Alfredton Oval
Eastern Oval
MacPherson Park
Eureka Stadium
Marty Busch Reserve
Round 12 - Multicultural Round
Saturday July 9th 2016
Lake Wendouree v Darley
Bacchus Marsh v Melton South
Sunbury v Ballarat
Melton v Sebastopol
Redan v North Ballarat City
Bye - East Point
Saturday August 13th 2016
Melton South v Darley
East Point v Melton
Lake Wendouree v Sebastopol
Sunbury v North Ballarat City
Ballarat v Bacchus Marsh
Bye - Redan
Alfredton Oval
Eastern Oval
Melton Rec Reserve
Clarke Oval
Darley Park
Saturday August 20th 2016
Lake Wendouree v Bacchus Marsh
Melton v North Ballarat City
Sebastopol v East Point
Redan v Ballarat
Sunbury v Darley
Bye - Melton South
Round 15
Eureka Stadium
MacPherson Park
Eureka Stadium
Marty Busch Reserve
Darley Park
August 27th & 28th 2016
Teams TBA 2.15 PM
Melton Rec Reserve
Eastern Oval
Wendouree Reserve
Clarke Oval
Alfredton Oval
Round 18
Round 14
Saturday July 23rd 2016
Melton v Sunbury
North Ballarat City v Lake Wendouree
Sebastopol v Melton South
Darley v Redan
Sunday July 24th 2016
Bacchus Marsh v East Point
Bye - Ballarat
Maddingley Park
City Oval
Eastern Oval
Melton Rec Reserve
Round 17
Wendouree Reserve
Maddingley Park
Clarke Oval
MacPherson Park
City Oval
Round 13 - Rivalry Round
Saturday July 16th 2016
Ballarat v Sebastopol
East Point v Lake Wendouree
Melton South v Melton
Sunbury v Redan
Darley v Bacchus Marsh
Bye - North Ballarat City
Saturday August 6th 2016
Bacchus Marsh v Melton
Redan v Lake Wendouree
East Point v Ballarat
Melton South v Sunbury
Sunday August 7th 2016
North Ballarat City v Darley
Bye - Sebastopol
Wendouree Reserve
MacPherson Park
Marty Busch Reserve
City Oval
Clarke Oval
2016 Qualifying/Elimination Finals
Maddingley Park
Saturday July 30th 2016
Sebastopol v Redan
Marty Busch Reserve
Melton South v Ballarat
Melton Rec Reserve
North Ballarat City v East Point
Eureka Stadium
Bye - Darley / Sunbury / Melton / Bacchus Marsh / Lake Wendouree
Eastern Oval or Darley Park
2016 Semi Finals
September 3rd & 4th 2016
Teams TBA 2.15 PM
Eastern Oval or Darley Park
2016 Preliminary Final
Saturday September 10th 2016
Teams TBA 2.15 PM
Eastern Oval or Darley Park
2016 Red Onion Creative BFNL Grand Final
Saturday September 17th 2016
Teams TBA 2.30 PM
Eastern Oval
Note: (N) = Night Game
(AST) = Altered Start Times
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LAKE WENDOUREE LAKERS NOTES
Welcome everyone to the Ballarat Isuzu Oval its seems ages since
we played at home. Today we do battle with Sunbury who are both
strong in the footy and the netball so it should be an enthralling day.
If you get a minute have a look beside the complex, the builders have
pegged out the dimensions of our new change rooms behind the
temporary fence. We should be in them come round one next year
with a bit of luck.
Last week we were down at Bacchus Marsh in what was mostly a
good day for the club only losing one game of footy and one netball.
The netballers played on a difficult slippery court but the footballers
had the best of the conditions with the usually firm ground with a bit
of give in it.
The netballers had a great day again and all teams are now hitting
their straps. In the A grade they had a comfortable 55-30 victory
with Kara Hart, Katie Williams and Kirsty Walsh in the best. Special
mention to Kara who was selected in the Champion Challenge RVNL
to represent the league in Melbourne on the 13th of June, a super
effort. B grade in a bit of a shock lowered their colours on the day
32-36. C grade had a great win in the close one 28-26 and remain
second on the ladder. D grade had a crushing win 35-10 and also
remain second on the ladder. The under 19’s had a narrow win
33-30 with Paula Fraser named best on court. Well done girls as
ever you continue to show the way with the club with your consistent
performances.
The football was a much anticipated affair with one playing two in
the seniors. In what was a bit of a dour scrappy game the Lakers
were able to strangle the Cobra forwards. The highlight was Lane
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Buckwell holding their much talked about full forward goalless,
also special mention to Lane who has made the Victorian Country
squad what a sensational effort. The low light was Lucas “Chooka”
Anderson hurting his knee. It has been confirmed that Chooka has
ruptured his ACL and will be out for the year. He is one of the main
reasons why the club has made a resurgence on the field not only
with his playing ability but his ability to attract other good quality
people to our club. It’s devastating for Chooka, Larns and his family
and for the Lakers family as well. We now need to rally around
and steel ourselves for the rest of the season and do our best for
Chooka because as sure as eggs he will continue to give his all as he
recovers from his surgery.
The seconds had their best win for the year in a very important game,
they now climb into the 6 and need to consolidate their spot. Best
players were Jake Monk, H Robinson, Sean Willmont, Liam Findlay,
Hugh Herben and Liam Edwards. It was great to see Oz on the road
to recovery play an important part in their win. The under 18’s played
in a game were they failed to take their chances and sloppy ball use
hurt them. The scores didn’t indicate the closeness of the contest.
Best were Harry Monk, Pat Fairhead, Tom Salau, Paul O’Connel, Tim
Liston and Tanna.
Don’t forget the IPod shuffle on tomorrow from noon at the rooms,
see Nick Clifton to buy your song. Also note that the sponsors lunch
is on the 18th of June see Vin or Ally Armstrong or Julie Maher for
more information, Val Perovic will be the special guest. Have a great
day and….Go Lakers.
SUNBURY LIONS SNIPPETS
First off congratulations to the 18s for a really well deserved big win and well
done to Jacob Bygate on a haul of 8.2 for the game, finals are in the sites with
some talented footballers being available, well done to all of the boys who
stayed thick we knew it would come. Great night at our IPod Shuffle night, good
representation from the women’s football, great costumes, lots of laughs and
dancing. Meatloaf and Toni Basil (Hey Mickey) are now dating.
We know Diesel is no pussycat on the field, but Saturday night it was puss
in boots. Village people stole the show, we are looking at booking them on
there own. We had royalty attend (Ashley Magin), didn’t know Valles had such
horrid abs. Our next Presidents Luncheon is on Saturday June 25th with guest
speaker, Australian Test cricketer & SEN personality Rodney Hogg a great
entertainer, critic and someone not to miss, after Charlie Bezzina the bar has
been set high but Hoggy is my pick, see Hedley or Sando for tickets or a table.
It’s back again, our Mid Season ball, Saturday July 23rd Witchmount Estate,
after the Melton game, get dressed up and put on your dancing shoes, get
your table of 10 to Hedley asap. Our next major function is our Trivia Night on
Saturday July 9th, get your teams together, table of 10 prices and details to
follow or ask Krystie Dudley or Hedley.Great to see netballers and footballers
helping out on the BBQ and Canteen, also the Footballers doing a great job
cleaner the portables after the games this help is really appreciated as we all
have to put in for a few more weeks till the rooms are finished.
NETBALL - Firstly we would like to congratulate Beck Anstey and Prue Stanley
for playing their 50 games with Sunbury Lions. Also we would like to welcome
Hayley back to court after the birth of her first child. We had mixed results
on the court this weekend. 19 & Under went down by 11 goals (15 to 26),
however the girls played one of their best games to date with great passages
of play and team work, special thanks to Erin and Cassie McLean for filling
in this week. Best players this week were Maddi, Sarah & Tiarna. D Grade
had a great win (27 to 15) D grade, t his game saw the long awaited return of
Captain Tarsh Cox. Her presence brought a lot more composure to the team
and a lot more control. The girls are finally starting to come along as a team
and as they approach with a full team of 11 next week they are all aware of
the limited court time available.Best on, Tarsh Cox, Taylor Brogan and Taylor
Green. C Grade team showed their true colors (52 to 16) . Strength in the mid
court with Courtney Bryant (C ) and the addition of Hayley Mackie (WA) was a
great way to start the game. Hayley has just returned to the Lions after having
a baby. A fantastic display of attacking prowess from both Danah Burrows (GA)
and Ash Whittard (GS) and a very strong defence led by Casey Martin (GD) and
Amanda Colahan (GK). Everything clicked for the girls from the fist centre pass.
Direct passing and the never say die attitude of the girls lifted them up after
a disappointing loss to Redan the previous week. With direction from coach
Stuart Moon this team is looking to go deep into the BFNL C grade finals in
2016.B grade had a great win (52 to 21) in the absence of the tall goaler and
the extreme lateness of Kila B grade started with their smallest attacking end
in a couple of years. Tami Hardwick had her best game of the year in leading
the defence end with multiple intercepts. Girls continue to go strong with next
week being their GF rematch. Best on Tami Hardwick and Lauren Wishart. A
Grade lost 34 to 52.We have been fortunate with the ladder to date with only two
recorded losses and the majority of the teams we have played on the bottom
half of the ladder, we have a couple of tough games ahead with East Point and
North City in the coming weeks, with only two players from last year’s grand
final still taking the court this season and a very young team list we anticipated
a settled and more improved second half of the season. I hear Steeps has been
playing Cupid with someone who wears cowboy boots (Old Daryl calls him
Dusty) and a pretty little thing who works for Steeps sister who had given the
former mullet wearer a trim, all was going just wonderful with cute txts and the
promise of a meeting when Cupid thought he had better reveal the sting and
that in fact it was his apprentice on the other end, Dusty is resigned to the fact
that is he is still an owner operator.
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SENIORS COACH: Gavin Webb
RESERVES COACH: Michael Taylor
U/18.5 COACH: Damian Knowles
LAKE WENDOUREE
UNDER 18.5
A GRADE NETBALL
PPV
#
PLAYER
POS.
1
2
3
5
6
7
8
9
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30
32
Tim Liston
James Halloran
Kynan Raven
Fraser Robertson
Peter Neild
Andrew Spratling
Ryan Lockhart
Pat Fairhead
Xavier Shuurs
Jonathan Millane
Lachlan Waldron
Jayden New
Ike Handy
Paul O'Connell
Jake O'Conner
Ben Lardnwehr
Harry Monk
Brandan Creelman
Brandan Jenkin
Tanna Blackney-Noter
Dayon Johnstone
Michael Beaumont
Todd Lawrence
Tyson McCallum
Jack James
William McCuskey
Lachie Chivers
Mitch Zakynthinos
SENIORS (Cont’d)
SENIORS
# PLAYER
PPV
# PLAYER
1
Tom Carey
2
33 Michael Emerson Jones
1
2
Andrew Pitson
1
34 Dion Gilbert
3
3
Nick Peters
5
35 John Foster
1
4
Lachlan O'Connell
2
36 Nick Rippon
5
5
Steve Clifton
1
37 Jacob Monk
2
6
Ben Hayes
1
38 Josh Thorp
1
7
Nathon Pring
1
39 Brayden Netherway
1
8
Ben Taylor
1
40 Lane Buckwell
1
9
Nathan Monk
2
41
1
10
Michael Madden
1
42 Nevillie Fraser
1
11
Ash Simpson
1
43 Alex Parrot
1
12
Angus Kirby
Hayden Cartledge
1
14
Lucas Anderson
2
15
Isaac Kirby
1
16
Nick Clifton
1
17
Tom Littore
3
18
19
Michael Neal
Luke Bucknall
44 Liam Edwards
1
13
Lochie Dodd
1
2
1
45 Tim Dawson
1
46 Bailey Edwards
4
47
Hugh Herban
1
48 Harrison Robertson
1
49
Liam Findlay
1
50 Eamonn Mckuskey
1
51
Ambrose Gillet
1
52
Tom Mckay
1
20
Ash Mullane
2
21
Brent Olszewski
1
22
Michael Britt
1
23
Tanner Robertson
1
POS.
24
Scott Carey
1
GS
Kate Malcolm
25
Lachie Wood
1
26
Sean Wilmott
1
53 Robert Walsh
1
19 & UNDER NETBALL
PLAYER
SENIORS COACH: Rick Horwood
Reserves Coach: Mick Sheehan
U/18.5 COACH: Wayne Meacham
SUNBURY
RESERVES
SENIORS
PLAYER
# PLAYER
GS
Kellie Berry
1
Roger Allen
3
GA
Steph Burns
WA
Chrissy James
2
Alik Magin
4
C
Molly Boyle
PPV
3
Matthew Medcraft
1
WD
Greta Pearson
4
Jack Landt
1
GD
Kara Hart
5
Josh Burgess
1
GK
Melanie Allen
6
Jack Sheahan
1
Sub
Katie Williams
Sub
Madison Davis
7
Matthew Parker
1
Sub
Kirsty Walsh
8
Andrew Duhau
1
Coach
Kirsty Walsh
10
Nathan Wood
1
12
Adam Short
1
13
Reece Wood
1
15
Greg Hay
1
16
James Sheahan
1
17
Jake Steeper
1
18
David Kovacevic
1
19
Tom Donoghue
3
20
Grant Valles
5
B GRADE NETBALL
POS.
PLAYER
GS
Courtney McLean
GA
Emily Atkins
WA
C
Leah Nightingale
Jacqui James
WD
Madison Wallace
GD
Jacqui Clifton
GK
Nicole Garner
Sub
Annabel Davies
Coach
Trudy Olszweski
21
22
Corey Hanson
Joe Redfern
1
5
23
Josh Guthrie
1
24
Patrick MacDonough
2
# PLAYER
1
7
9
10
11
13
14
16
17
21
24
25
26
31
32
34
35
37
38
39
40
42
43
45
46
48
49
50
51
52
53
54
56
58
59
60
61
63
64
UNDER 18.5
A GRADE NETBALL
PPV
#
PLAYER
POS.
3
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
2
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
Lachlan Bramble
2
3
4
Liam Sarkezi
5
Jack Hannett
6
Isaac Smithwick
8
Lachlan Wilkins
9
Dylan Mundy
10
Dylan Caruana
Roger Allen
Matthew Parker
Anthony Sammut
Nathan Wood
Tim Hill
Reece Wood
Jake Horwwod
James Sheahan
Jake Steeper
Corey Hanson
Patrick MacDonough
Nathan Bridgland
Tanner Bell
James Brien
Dwain Sanderson
Paul Barry
Sam Sewell
Mitch Pearce
Adam Prescott
Trent Stead
Josh Attard
Andrew Gill
Luke Neville
Jack Sullivan
Rick Turner
Luke Bradshaw
Ryan Ritchie
Josh Muir
Josh Laynon
Cameron Burrows
Michael Powell
Andrew Gilbertson
Tom Moon
Jamie Elliott
Simon Kerney
Ayden Faulds
Jack Williams
Robbie Lithgow
Dale Sleight
D GRADE NETBALL
C GRADE NETBALL
25
Nathan Bridgland
1
POS.
POS.
PLAYER
26
Tanner Bell
1
POS.
GS
Leesa Gilbert
27
Ben McInneny
2
GK
Rachael McLean
28
Jesse Flannery
1
PLAYER
GS
Clara Richardson
GA
Maddy Goldsworthy
GA
Jenae Angove
GA
Sarah McCabe
WA
Ellie Breuer
WA
Shae Fogarty
WA
Abby Boyle
C
Jordy Bone
C
C
Sarah Drew
Cassandra Mason
29 Dean Muir
1
WA
Sarah Dekazos
28
Tim Madden
1
GD
Abbey Manncke
GD
Annie Madison
GD
Kate Drew
33
Ben Guthrie
1
GA
Tiana Murphy
29
Jack Elkington
2
GK
Jaya Keogh
GK
Kate Johnstone
GK
Jordan McKay
39
Trent Stead
1
GS
Emily Gardiner
Sub
Delaney Keating
Sub
Lucy Hocking
Sub
Zoey Kerr
Sub
Scarlett Collett
32
Dan Hickey
1
TEAM
SENIORS
RESERVES
U/18.5
Maddison Porter
Sub
Sarah Jones
Sub
Jenna Wright
Sub
Paula Fraser
Sub
Jacqui King
Sub
Loreli Rich
Coach
Kellie Berry
Coach
Coach
Molly Boyle
1/4 TIME
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Jacqui James
3/4 TIME
FULL TIME
45 Jack Sullivan
1
55
1
Will Healy
TEAM
SENIORS
RESERVES
U/18.5
12
Brad Mundy
B GRADE NETBALL
Jordan Taylor
15
James Betson
POS.
16
Joshua Sorraghan
17
Mitchell Arnold
18
James Pollard-Wright
21
Sub
Coach
Captain
1/4 TIME
Rachael McLean
Tammi Hardwick
GD
Suzi Johnson
Monique Clarke
C
Lauren Gilcrist
Will Healy
WA
Ash Danckert
23
Liam Muir
GA
Kila Elavo
24
Lachlan Tarczon
GS
Amanda Cusack
26
Ethan Travers
Sub
Megan Whittard
29
Michael Edwards
Coach
Lauren Gilcrist
62
Jack Holmes
Captain
Suzi Johnson
D GRADE NETBALL
C GRADE NETBALL
POS.
POS.
PLAYER
GK
Belinda Tardini
C
Keely Wallace-Kilbane
Danah Burrows
PLAYER
GK
WD
Jade Onvlee
3
Rebecca Anstey
14
Georgia White
Chris Tsardakis
Sub
Lauren Gilcrist
Captain
C
30
1
Kelly Wood
Sub
Taylor Brogan
Ash Taylor
Joel Leman
Rebecca Anstey
GS
GD
WD
31
Kate Fletcher
GA
WD
Alarna Haintz
1
Prue Stanley
WA
Maddi Pappa
WD
James Rizk
Kate Begley
C
Bronte Koutras
Ebonie McSparron
44
Rachel Dovaston
WD
GD
WD
1
GD
Aksonchu Phumin
WD
1
Dom Sliwa
Jacob Bygate
Jack Dillon
PLAYER
Dan Mahony
30
Monique Clarke
11
19 & UNDER NETBALL
27
PLAYER
GK
Kristin Sharam
GA
Angella Ballinger
GS
Catherine Edwards
Sub
Stefanie Brophy
Coach
Captain
1/2 TIME
Tarsh Cox
WA
Sui Johnson
Tarsh Cox
3/4 TIME
GK
GD
WD
C
WA
GA
GS
Sub
Sub
Sub
Sub
Coach
Captain
PLAYER
Amanda Colahan
Courtney Bryant
Ash Mitchell
Erin Surkitt
Megan Whittard
Danah Burrows
Ash Whittard
Jen Lewis
Jade Birrell
Lysh Qulity
Casey Martin
Jen Lewis/Stuart Moon
Danah Burrows
FULL TIME
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MELTON BLOODS BANTER
It was not a great day for the Seniors at Eureka Stadium last week.
Severely hit by injuries, the boys really struggled in the cold. Our
reserves enjoyed a good win and many thank to the boys who
doubled up to play again in the seniors. This was a strong effort in
very tough conditions. Hopefully we have a fit side ready to meet
Redan today at the park. At 16 points each on the ladder the
Bloods are expecting to do well against the Lions.
I will keep reprinting this paragraph until someone takes notice
and puts their hand up. We do need game day volunteers for
duties like time-keeping, interchange stewards and doing club
votes. These are essential tasks which need to be filled for home
games and away games. Please give your team manager a break
and offer to help out. Parents, particularly U18.5 parents, need to
come forward and help out. Home games in particular put extra
duties on committee members especially before games.
An update on reported thefts from vehicles at McPherson Park
from a couple of weeks ago. Thanks to an eagle eyed club
member, police have spoken to an individual regarding the thefts
and recovered some of the missing tools. We have no more
information than that at the moment, so we hope that it was an
isolated incident. We will be keeping a close eye on the car park
and surrounding areas during games. We do remind everyone to
keep valuable items securely locked at all times.
Another reminder, the big 10K draw on 26th of June is fast
approaching. Please get the money and ticket stubs back to Rayza
as soon as possible. This draw is a major fundraiser for the club
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and it is essential that players and members get behind it.
A reminder for all members to use our sponsors as often as
possible. Their support helps keep the club going. Sponsor of the
week is Stockdale and Leggo. If you are looking to buy or sell a
property give Brian Payne a call and don’t forget to mention the
‘Bloods’.
The Ballarat Leagues Club Reward cards have been delivered. If
you ordered one and not received it please see Clarky to collect.
While on the subject please do not forget that next Sunday the
19th of June is our Ballarat Leagues Club visit. Players, spectators
and officials are asked to attend the BLC after the game for a
drink and some nibbles. If you are wishing to stay on for a meal
please call the BLC to make a booking. Use your Rewards Card
for our club to get a bonus.
This is probably a good time to remind players and supporters
that the club is expected to visit the host’s social rooms after the
games for a chat and a quiet drink. Even though we have the
BLC visit we are still expected to do the right thing and show the
colours win, lose or draw.
Team App is a great way for the club to communicate with
members. Even if you are not at the game you can uses team app
to keep track of the scores. If you have not already subscribed to
the app go to www.teamapp.com and search for Melton Football
Netball Club. Check the website www.meltonfnc.com.au for all
the latest news from the Club, including the popular “Daisy TV”.
GO BLOODS
REDAN LIONS ROAR
The first half last week against Ballarat was an arm
wrestle with us being only 1 point in front at the half time
break. The boys put together a better second half being
24 points clear at 3 quarter time. Ballarat continued to
chip away in the last quarter & with us racking up the
behinds the game may easily have been up for grabs.
Strong leadership from Dean Mathews & Nathan Horbury
steadied the ship for us to take the 4 points in the end.
The Reserves led all day to post another good win with
Jackson Kinna adding 5 to his goal kicking tally & being
named amongst the best on ground along with the ever
reliable Tom Watson. The U18’s were again slow to start
& were 3 goals down at the first change, but managed to
hold Ballarat scoreless in the 2nd quarter. They were still
5 points down going into the last but piled on 5 goals to
come away with the win.
The Netball court produced a great come from behind
win to our A grade girls. 8 goals down at half time to run
out winners by 10 goals. U19 were our only other winning
team for the day. This week against Melton should
produce some hard fought matches as the girls look to
put some more wins on the board.
Social Functions
Last week was our Annual Ball at Housey Housey thanks
to all involved in helping to make it such a great night.
Last Man Standing: is this Sunday 12th June in the DEN
$100 per ticket see Jarrett Giampaolo or Dean Mathews
for tickets.
Beat the Band Trivia: Saturday 23rd July 6.30pm at St
Pat’s Pavilion. $35 per ticket
Friends of the Den: Come join us each FRI night in the
Den for Drinks & nibbles. Catch up with some old friends
or make some new ones & enter the weekly draw for a
chance to be a prize winner.
For further details on any of the above social events
contact Marita: 0427 560 074 or email [email protected]
com.au
Like us on Facebook ‘The Redan Football Netball Club’
to see some great photos of the games each week & the
catch up on the “My Redan Story” from past players &
club legends
Good luck to all our teams today as we take on Melton
GO LIONS
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SENIORS COACH: Brad Murphy
Reserves Coach: Tristan Batten
U/18.5 COACH: Ray Newman
MELTON
RESERVES
SENIORS
# PLAYER
PPV
1
Sam Hurst
1
2
Hayden Bray
3
3
Ryan Davis
1
4
Dillon Sharp
1
5
Matthew Notman
2
6
Michael Licciardo
3
7
Braedan Kight
1
8
Nicholas Gale
1
# PLAYER
UNDER 18.5
A GRADE NETBALL
SENIORS / RESERVES
SENIORS / RESERVES
UNDER 18.5
A GRADE NETBALL
PPV
#
PLAYER
POS.
PLAYER
# PLAYER
PPV
# PLAYER
PPV
#
PLAYER
POS.
PLAYER
GK
Kali Joyce
1
Jack Jess
1
38 Alex Ross
1
2
Todd Douglass
GD
Katie Kakoschke
Chris Matthews
1
39 Lachie Lamb
1
Joe Flynn
Jessica Bartlett
2
3
WD
3
Ryan Waight
1
40 Tanner Hamilton
1
4
Bailey Guinea
6
Lachlan Farnsworth
1
7
Lleyton Scheele
GK
GD
WD
C
WA
GA
GS
Sub
Sub
Coach
Jordan Lever
Emma Henry
Maddie Okely
Cass Peace
Hayley Munro
Ruby Parry
Tasha Dack
Meg Hope
Tamzin Perkins
Sheree Collins
Captain
Emma Henry,
Hayley Munro &
Ruby Parry
9
Tristan Batten
1
1
Jordan Kight
13
Brad Flavel
1
2
Daniel Stebbing
14
Jamie Rawlings
1
3
Travis Sheen
18
Ash Webber
1
4
Robert Jones
19
Jamie Kline
1
5
Hayden Davis
24 Matt Lister
1
6
25
1
27 Andrew Bartlett
4
Ash Barker
1
41
GA
Renee Hulls
Kyle Derose
5
Ben Schiltz
1
43 Kirby Neville
1
8
Will Madden
GS
Jo Crozier
Sub
Telia Coverdale
1
44 Dylan Page
1
Steven Knaf
Ryan Peck
Leigh Ryall
11
7
6
Lochie Ericson
Sub
Meg Gleeson
1
45 Jackson Kinna
1
Tom O'Keane
8
Nathan Horbury
12
1
7
9
Jordan McGregor
Coach
Renee Hulls
1
46 Scott Whiting
1
Kyle Hayes
1
Damien Horbury
15
30 Brad Newman
8
Nicholas Milburn
1
10
Jack Simpson
1
47
Liam Gill
1
21
Jack Mason
32
Jake Knight
1
11
Brett Merry
Jessica Bartlett &
Katie Kakoschke
Liam Hunter
Kayde Linton
31
9
16
10
Chris Giampaolo
2
48 Geordie Lukich
1
2
12
Liam Martin
11
Kurt Lenehan
3
49
2
12
Daniel Colbert
1
50 Matt Ward
1
13
Tom Watson
1
51
Jordan Baker
1
14
Dean Mathews
1
52
Jai Hutchinson
15
Patrick Britt
1
16
Callum Currie
1
17
Nick Sullivan
2
19
Dean Chester
1
20
Nick Willox
2
21
Nathan Blomeley
1
22
Patrick Fitzgibbon
1
23
Grant Bell
1
24
Matt Cullinan
1
James Taylor
34 Cam McCallum
36 Mark Farrar
3
13
Mitch Hanley-Breen
10
Lachlan Sidebottom
3
38 Brenton Owens
1
14
Lachlan Walker
11
Jack Walker
1
39 Andrew Fuller
6
15
Austin Rowe
41
2
16
Tristan Peters
12
Mitch Brockwell
1
44 Mitch Rawlings
1
17
Hayden Millard
45 David Stokes
1
18
Jacob Robertson
46 Andrew Hunter
1
20
Christopher Jones
47
1
21
Caleb Cowley
16
Malcolm Beck
1
1
22
James Robertson
49
1
23
Jacob Grech
50 Brody Richie
1
25
Kurt Baker
1
51
1
44
Ashden Crone
1
19 & UNDER NETBALL
Jaycob Hickey
1
20
Mark Maric
3
21
Jack Hughes
22
Jake Gleeson
Nathan Wallace
3
26
Brett McIntyre
1
28
Riley Walker
1
29
Liam Henderson
2
33
Brad Murphy
2
37
Jared May
1
40
Tobi Bray
3
42 Corey Armstrong
TEAM
SENIORS
RESERVES
U/18.5
Jake Buttigieg
48 Heath Abela
17
23
Shannon Batten
1
Adam McIntyre
Asha Shirley
POS.
PLAYER
GK
GD
WD
C
WA
GA
GS
Sub
Sub
Sub
Coach
Telia Coverdale
Kali Joyce
Ebony Carter
Meg Gleeson
Charli Walker
Chloe Galakos
Mikaela Hurst
Emmalea D'antonio
River Fox
Chantel Mikulic
Kate Dixon
Captain
Telia Coverdale &
Meg Gleeson
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POS.
GK
GD
WD
C
WA
GA
GS
Sub
Sub
Sub
Sub
Sub
Coach
Captain
PLAYER
Zhane Crone
Megan Penn
Bridget Walsh
Lani Coverdale
Tiltha Hunt
Hannah Aston
Amanda Borley
Bianca Findlay
Emmalea D'Antonio
Kate Dixon
Mikaela Hurst
Jenny Jaraosinski
Renee Hulls
Amanda Borley
Jason Leonard
Nick Barker
22
Jake Toulmin
23
Xavier Curran
25
Joe Peck
B GRADE NETBALL
27
Dan Burnett
POS.
28
Alex Harvey
GK
Lauren Bennington
PLAYER
1
32
Tom Bryans
GD
Esse Cahir
53 Nick Holding
1
33
Liam O’Carroll
WD
Julia Baumgartner
54 Martin Robinson
3
35
Riley Patrascu
C
55 Chris Radford
1
36
Henry Woodward
WA
Tiarni Beasley
37
Sam Carr
GA
Shenai Dix
56 Wayne Bruty
1
41
Joe O'Donnell
GS
Stacey Edge
57
1
43
Dustin Okely
Sub
Samantha Allen
45
Lachlan McLean
Sub
Ash Giampaolo
51
Lachlan Frawley
Coach
Tanya Collier
55
Kali Dawborn
59
Zac Jenkins
Captain
Esse Cahir &
Shenai Dix
Kelly Burnside
58 Kyle Mackay
1
59
1
Jeromy Johnson
60 Hayden Riley
1
Jules Dortmans
D GRADE NETBALL
C GRADE NETBALL
25
Ben Wilson
1
C GRADE NETBALL
C GRADE NETBALL
C GRADE NETBALL
POS.
POS.
PLAYER
26
Jesse Sardo
1
POS.
POS.
POS.
GK
Abbie Freeman
27 Dan Watson
3
GK
Ash Gercovich
GD
Tori Piarcentini
28
Josh Webster
4
WD
Nikki Kallis
GD
Ashley Tobias
29
Matt Colbert
1
WD
Amy McDonald
30
Ryan Bell
2
C
Josephine Isaac
GK
GD
WD
C
WA
GA
GS
Sub
Sub
Sub
Sub
Coach
Captain
Vice
Captains
1/2 TIME
Captain
B GRADE NETBALL
1
1
Nicole McDonald
Laura Brokenshire
Brock Kennedy
Daniel Walker
C
WA
9
15
SENIORS COACH: Eammon Gill
RESERVES COACH: Tom Jess
U/18.5 COACH: Greg Lamb
REDAN
PLAYER
Aimee Vieth
Rachel Guthrie
Natalie Hurley
Naomi Hargreaves
Kaitlyn McDermott
Lisa McNeill
Sarah Aston
Kylie Grant
Chloe Syme
Ebony Carter
Jade Wilson
Jessica Bartlett &
Leanne Newman
Kaitlyn McDermott
Lisa McNeill &
Naomi Hargreaves
3/4 TIME
C
Madison Weaver
PLAYER
WA
Hannah Taylor
GA
Melanie Bruce
31
Tom Schnerring
5
WA
Amelia Ford
GS
Samantha Sayers
32
Tom Sarah
1
GA
Ashlee Smith
Sub
Charli Walker
Sub
Chloe Galakos
33
Jarret Giampaolo
1
GS
Georgie Manson
Coach
Jessica Bartlett
34
Brandon Green
1
Sub
Alice Coltman
Captain
Abbie Freeman
36
Brenton Riordan
1
Sub
Sharni Adamson
Vice Capt
Tori Piarcentini
37
Jacob Short
1
Coach
FULL TIME
TEAM
SENIORS
RESERVES
U/18.5
1/4 TIME
Talia Roden-Holloway
GK
GD
WD
C
WA
GA
GS
Sub
Sub
Sub
Sub
Coach
Captain
1/2 TIME
PLAYER
Abbey Frew
Bree Saunders
Kyra Ives
Sarah McPhee
Siobhan Considine
Kaitlyn Schiltz
Rebecca Rivett
Rhiannon Prowse
Tessa Armstrong
Claire Everard
Sarah Everard
Sarah Rykers
Sarah McPhee
3/4 TIME
PLAYER
GK
Rachel McIntosh
GD
Krissie Sharkey
WD
Meaghan Armstrong
C
Talia Roden-Holloway
WA
Sarah Rykers
GA
Michaela Armer
GS
Jess Hill
Sub
Felicia Brennan
Sub
Alice Jury
Coach
Captain
Ruby Parry
Sarah Rykers
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NORTH BALLARAT CITY
It was a terrific win for the senior football against Melton.
The whole team contributed to a great game that surprised
a few watchers with the end result. We had 9 separate
contributors with goals, both Derick Micallef and Mitch Johns
on 5, our coach ended the day with 4. The team were strong
at both ends of the ground, Melton only scoring one point
in the second half. Jarryd Graham gave a best on ground
performance.
The reserves came the closest they have been all season
with a loss by only ten points. There were some missed
opportunities but the boys played well. Andrew Porter’s goal
in the dying minutes brought the crowd to its feet. Matt Nevett
and Tom McPhan both had great games on the day.
Another great win for the U/18.5’s as the boys showed some
great skills to come away in favour by 63 points. Harry Loader
returned to the side after a shoulder injury and kicked a great
9 goal haul. He was well supported by his whole team. Flynn
Appleby continued his great form on the day.
In the netball the 19 & U’s got the club off to another fantastic
start. This game was very close for most of the game and
hard fought but the tenacity of the ladies saw them pull
away in the last quarter for a 4 point victory 31-28 to take
outright spot on top of the ladder. D Grade are marching
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along splendidly this season and with a match against the
highly ranked Melton team , this was going to be a tough
assignment, but this team never ceases to amaze us with a
comfortable 46-16 victory. C Grade came up against a very
determined team who were relentless at attacking the ball,
constantly putting pressure on across the court all game.
Despite a fantastic comeback in the last quarter the girls went
down by 1 goal, 22 to 21. B Grade is travelling along on its
merry way with another dominant performance. The opening
21-2 first quarter set the catalyst for the day with the ladies
trying different combinations throughout the match, going
on to record a solid 59-20 win. A Grade produced another
fantastic game to continue their undefeated season with a 6035 win. A terrific defensive game set up many opportunities
for the team to capitalise upon.
Our game is on Sunday this week and we will be welcoming
Bacchus Marsh to our courts, in what will be another tough
assignment across all grades.
Don’t forget to hang around after the games for a quick drink
upstairs.
Good luck to all playing today.
Go Northies.
Round 7
Last weekend the ‘G B Forestry Cobras’ welcomed Lake
Wendouree to Maddingley Park and unfortunately not all
results went our way on the day. In football the seniors
were playing for top of the ladder position and though
having plenty of the ball for most of the game, they could
not convert. Lake Wendouree were very slick with their
ball movement all day which on occasions caught our
players napping but to the GB Forestry Cobras credit they
fought the game out eventually going down by 21 points.
Best on the day were M. Denham, T. Shea, R. Mc Nay, D.
Burton, J. Trowsdale, L. Mullen
The reserves also had a tough and close game where
there was nothing between the 2 sides all day, going into
the last quarter the GB Forestry Cobras held a 2 point
lead however were over run in the last quarter eventually
losing by 17 points. Best on the day were T. Castrignano,
M. Whittle, T. Wardell, P. Hoyland, R. Shortis, D. Walker
The U18’s got off to a tight start but in the 2nd quarter
stamped their authority on the game lead strongly by D.
Bishop, B. Baldo, J. Johns, B. Croxford and L. Pigott with
L. Whyte-Marshall kicking 5 goals and eventually running
out victorious by 50 points.
In the Netball, again the girls came up against some
pretty tough opposition and unfortunately not all teams
were successful on the day. The ‘A’ graders lost their
game by 25 goals, best on the day - K. Ingham & A.
Symons.
The ‘B’ graders had a great win in a tight game running
out victors by 4 goals, best on the day - L. Tyrrell, B.
Walsh, S. Govan.
The ‘C’ graders also had a very tight game but were
unfortunate on the day losing by 2 goals, best on the day
- B. Botten.
The ‘D’ graders were not so lucky and were well beaten
on the day by 25 goals, best on the day - K. Pawlowicz.
The 19 and Unders fought out a very tight game but went
down by 3 goals, best best on the day – M. Mayne, M.
Forth.
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SENIORS COACH: Jordyn Burke
RESERVES COACH: Justin Johnston
U/18.5 COACH: Jamie Lamb
NORTH BALLARAT CITY
SENIORS (Cont’d)
SENIORS
# PLAYER
PPV
# PLAYER
SENIORS COACH: Travis Hodgson
RESERVES COACH: Rohan Connors
U/18.5 COACH: Doug Hawkins
BACCHUS MARSH
UNDER 18.5
A GRADE NETBALL
PPV
#
PLAYER
POS.
SENIORS
SENIORS (Cont’d)
PLAYER
# PLAYER
PPV
GK
Emma Church
1
Liam Noonan
1
UNDER 18.5
A GRADE NETBALL
PPV
#
PLAYER
POS.
33 Brandon Fell
1
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
Joshua Calvitto (Capt)
Zachary Miesen
Lleyton Pigott
Bill Griffiths (VC)
Bradley Jackson
Tom Dickinson
Brent Hawkins
Kyle Grima
Blake Baldo
Sam Griffiths
Sean Wilson
Rhys Baker
Jack Tudball
Dylon Bishop (VC)
Joshua Duggan
Zac Tiehurst
Baiden Cracknell
Jarred Johns
Jack Lalor
Callum McKenzie
James Krstin
Nicholas Blade-Mayton
Michael Garofalo (DVC)
Jarred Fitzpatrick
Blake Graham
Bradley Croxford
Cody Pratt
Lachlan White-Marshall
Jye Dickson (DVC)
# PLAYER
1
Jarryd Graham
1
39 Matt Johnston
1
1
Matt Geary
2
Mitch Johns
2
40 Zac Kennedy
1
2
Mitch Hay
GD
Sarah Milton
2
Cameron Richardson
3
34 Dale Peacock
1
3
Sam Willian
1
41
1
3
Billy Hoye
WD
Emily Pellegrino
4
Josh Bromley Lynch
1
42 Ben Simpson
5
3
Alex Del Papa (VC)
1
35 Liam Mullen
1
4
Tom Bromley Lynch
5
Martin Curtis
4
43 Garang Bulkoch
3
5
3
Geoff Lovett
1
Stacey McCartin
4
6
WA
Jackson Bolton
36 Jayden Cott
Trent Moss
4
44 Brayden Draffin
1
3
45 Thayne Turley (Res Capt)
1
Gina McCartin
37 Jono Bissel
1
GA
4
Matt Coon
Matt Goh
Daniel Burton
7
6
5
38 J Baker
1
1
46 Andrew Lambert
1
Jordyn Bibby
1
Lou Campana
GS
Kane White
8
Harry Lamb
6
7
Logan Blundell
1
39 Boston Miller
1
9
Nathan Olver
1
47
1
1
Andrew Cartledge
1
1
40 Mitch Suban
10
Hamish Coulton
48 James Menzies
2
11
Ryan Hobbs
1
1
49
1
12
Joe Symons
1
13
Ryan Luke
1
Aaron Sedgwick
Harry Murphy
Daniel Kilpatrick
50 Nathan Shaw
51
1
2
Michael Fortescue
2
Jordon Orr
2
7
Harry Loader
9
Tom Hotchin
10
Seamus Hoffmann
12
Patrick Keogh
13
Tynan Haintz
B GRADE NETBALL
14
Xavier Carey
POS.
18
Jackson Duffy
GK
Jessica Prince
19
Bailey Squire
GD
Kate Bibby
20
Ollie Nash
Melissa Thomas
Brock Leonard
Simon McCartin (C)
15
Shaun Lyle
1
53 Lachie Simpson
1
16
Derrick Micallef
2
54 Harry Seery
2
17
Jordyn Burke
4
55 Andrew Porter
1
18
Tom Bourke Finn
1
56 Dylan LeSock
2
21
57
1
22
Adam Coles
23
Jacob Duffy
1
24
Jarred Schiefert
60 Karl Trezise
1
26
Matt Willian
61
1
28
Max Lawless
2
30
Jordan Johnston
19
Daniel Jones
1
20
Mitch Gilbert
1
Lachie Wilson Boyle
58 Jake McConville
1
Olivia Jones
8
14
52
C
Sub
Holly Titheridge
Coach
Annie McCartin
8
Captain
Stacey McCartin
9
Daniel Veldon
1
41
10
Matthew Sutherland
1
42 Tim Walsh
1
11
Matt Denham (VC)
1
43 Jackson Barber
1
12
Rohan Connors
(Res Coach)
1
13
Bill Griffiths
1
14
Tyson Shea (Capt)
1
WD
PLAYER
C
Hannah Bunney
WA
Louise McCartin
GA
Amelia Brereton
GS
Victoria Weaver
Sub
Sub
15
Coby Millar
1
16
Tom Wardell
1
17
Scott Sherlock
5
Kaylie Reid
18
Chris Suban
1
Sheridan Petering
19
Matthew Whittle
1
Trish Bibby
20
Ricky Hawkins
1
21
Declan Phyland
1
Mark Farrell
44 Tony Castrignano
1
45 Joel Blundell
1
46 Tyler Huynh
1
47
1
Brady Roberts
48 Rhys McNay
1
49
1
Jacob Wheelahan
50 Simon Lafranchi
1
51
Tim Hughes
1
52
Danel Foley
1
53 Quade Butt
1
GK
GD
WD
C
WA
GA
GS
Sub
Sub
Sub
Sub
Coach
Captain
PLAYER
Carolyn Manumau
Jaimee Walsh
Jacinta Reid
Kaila Igham
Lauren Tink
Caitlyn Hamblin
Ally Symons
Nelly Paul
Emily Bettio
Jess Giarrusso
Bec Power
Dean Giarrusso
Kaila Igham
B GRADE NETBALL
POS.
GK
GD
WD
C
WA
GA
GS
Sub
Sub
Sub
Sub
Sub
Coach
Captain
PLAYER
Susan Watson
Bec Power
Sammie Reissmann
Lauren Prout
Sarah Govan
Bernie Walsh
Lisa Tyrell
Sarah Missen
Vanessa Schicatano
21
Tom McPhan
22
Adam Turley
1
23
Jack Gluyas
1
24
Sam Hooper
1
25
Caleb McGrath
1
26
Alex Fitzpatrick
3
19 & UNDER NETBALL
D GRADE NETBALL
C GRADE NETBALL
22
Tim Sutherland
1
19 & UNDER NETBALL
D GRADE NETBALL
C GRADE NETBALL
27
Sam Bromley Lynch
1
POS.
POS.
PLAYER
Ashley Whittle
1
POS.
POS.
POS.
Keenan George
1
PLAYER
23
28
POS.
GK
Zoe Nevett
GK
Bree Gilmour
1
Dale Walker (Res VC)
1
Mariah Mayne
Serge Campana
24
GK
29
GD
Greta Stevens
James Cusack
2
WD
Brianna Renshaw
25
Ben Hicks
1
GD
30
Leigh Brady
3
C
26
Jaydn Trowsdale
3
WD
31
32
Clay Jenkins
1
WA
Gemma Whitty
33
Liam Cullinan
1
GA
Elonie Hooper
34
Jack Craven
1
GS
Maegan Osmond
35
Chris Metcalfe
1
Sub
Annie Hills
36
Jarred Powell
1
Sub
Ella Selmon
37
Matt Nevett
1
38
James Vanderkley
1
GK
GD
WD
C
WA
GA
GS
Sub
Sub
Sub
Sub
Sub
Coach
Captain
TEAM
SENIORS
RESERVES
U/18.5
59
John Lyle
Anthony Nigro
62
Alex Pike
Ellie Morrish
Coach Annie McCartin
Captain Zoe Nevett
1/4 TIME
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1/2 TIME
PLAYER
Jackie Walker
Lisa James
Emily Tattersall
Paula Grylewicz
Amy Pattinson
Kelly Amoore
Deb Hutchinson
Sam Hay
Mikhaela Bourke
Sophie Scherer
Anne Pettit
Courtney Pearse
Kelly Amoore
Kelly Amoore
3/4 TIME
Coach
Captain
Sheridan Petering
GD
Anthea Coutts
WD
Hannah Gluyas
C
Ebony Leonard
PLAYER
PLAYER
GK
Hayley Pastolou
Michalle Arandt
GD
Courtney Homewood
WD
Gaby Pino
Tricinda Brinsmead
Elyssia Burgess
Dean Giarrusso
Lauren Prout
PLAYER
GK
Sarah Davies
Stephanie McKenzie
GD
Kylie McKerrow
Bec Pino
WD
Jess Atkin
C
Bridgett Fellows
C
Mikayla Hawken
C
Tricinda Brinsmead
WA
Stacey Gafa
27
Jake Millar
1
WA
Meaghan Forth
WA
Ashley Bamford
WA
Claire Ferguson
GA
Krista Hay
28
David Kennedy
3
GA
Olivia Piggott
GA
Karen Pavlowicz
GA
Jodi Powell
GS
Josie Gundry
29
Trent Angwin
1
GS
Teaghan La Franchi
GS
Paige Caddick
GS
Brittany Botten
Sub
Tara Meade
1
Emily Dodd
Sub
Brianna Pavlowicz
Sub
Karen Pavlowicz
Zoe Nevett
Phillip Hoyland
Sub
Sub
30
31
Lachlan Phyland
1
Sub
Zaylie LeHuray
Sub
Bridget Fellows
Sub
Kim Richards
Sub
Bridgett Fellows
Sub
Victoria Mclure
Sub
Anne Phyland
32
Tom Mullen (Res Capt)
1
Coach
Susan Watson
Coach
Susan Watson
Coach
Andrew Kruger
Captain
Ebony Leonard
FULL TIME
TEAM
SENIORS
RESERVES
U/18.5
Coach Jenni Murphy
1/4 TIME
1/2 TIME
3/4 TIME
FULL TIME
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BALLARAT FOOTBALL
UMPIRES ASSOCIATION REPORT
Done playing…How about Umpiring?
It seems pretty simple doesn’t it? Your playing days are done,
the body doesn’t quite feel up to it. You still love the game and
would love to stay involved.
It is happening at the elite level and more and more at
grass roots level where former footballers are becoming
increasingly involved in umpiring. Former Bomber and
Blue Jordan Bannister eked out 67 AFL matches across 10
seasons, never really hitting any lofty heights, was a handy
midfielder who probably had his best days at Carlton playing
on Essendon champion James Hird.
He has now umpired more AFL games than he played. He has
spoken about his love of umpiring in the media on numerous
occasions and has encouraged an old teammate in Andrew
Carrazzo to take up umpiring. Carrazzo has now commenced
umpiring in the VAFA with the goal of progressing to the
AFL like his former teammate. Likewise Leigh Fisher who
rolled out for St Kilda 55 times over 5 seasons and has now
officiated in more games than he played.
Decision making is obviously a large component of the
on field life of a central, boundary or goal umpire and a
playing background provides an ideal recipe for a successful
transition. Also with a former player you have the platform
(hopefully) of fitness required to run out a game whilst in
charge.
Whilst the focus of this initiate is focussed on two men who
made it to the top level in Bannister and Fisher the target
audience doesn’t necessarily have to be hitting elite local
players.
Have a look at any week’s local umpiring appointments and
you will see some familiar names from the past 5 years or
more. Past players and people who have never played before,
but all looking to make their mark as an umpire.
Get Fit…Get Paid….Good Call!
Umpire Related Issues – If any club has an umpire related
issue that they would like to discuss with the BFUA in 2016,
could you please email Gary Learmonth at [email protected]
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NETBALL REPORT
By AFL Goldfields Netball Manager Kim Bailey
It’s been quite a busy few weeks for Ballarat FNL
netball and it continues this week with the BFNL
Regional Victorian Netball League team, representing
the Central Highlands region, competing at Hisense
Arena this Sunday against the Gippsland Football
Netball League, who will be representing the Eastern
region of the 2016 RVNL competition.
The Champion Challenge brings the winners of
the two Open regions together from the Regional
Victorian Netball League to compete for the overall
title of RVNL champions.
This game has been a long time coming since our one
goal win over the Wendouree Netball Association in
the grand final in March this year.
The girls have been training intermittely since then in
preparation and have been full throttle for the last few
weeks as the big day approaches.
There have been some minor changes made to the
team since March due to injury and unavailability.
Mel Allen, who is unavailable on the weekend, has
also succumb to an ankle injury. Stacey McCartin is
also unavailable with a quad injury and Gina McCartin
in also unavailable.
Into the team comes East Point coach Sascha
Veldhuis, North Ballarat midcourter Olivia Jones and
Sunbury premiership defender Rebecca Anstey. The
side has also been bolstered by inclusion of North
City’s sharpshooter Jordyn Bibby and last year’s
Sally McLean medallist, Lauren Atkinson, who were
unavailable last year due to VNL commitments.
Kate McMahon will again be coaching the team and
is very excited with the group of girls that has been
assembled. This is the fourth straight year that the
BFNL has competed at Hi Sense, Arena but so far
have not been able to come away with a win. This
year Kate is very confident she and her team can turn
that result around.
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The team consists of:
Kate McMahon – Coach
Sonia Cann – Team Manager
Georgia Cann – Assistant Coach – Sebastapol
Lauren Atkinson - Captain – East Point
Jordyn Bibby – North Ballarat City
Ruby Parry – Redan
Sascha Veldhuis – East Point
Kara Hart – Lake Wendouree
Olivia Jones – North Ballarat City
Emma Henry – Redan
Rebecca Anstey – Sunbury
Emma Church – North Ballarat City
The game is the curtain raiser for the Vixens V Mystic
came and is due to commence at 10.20am. The girls
will be exposed to the same facilities as our elite
players in the ANZ Championships play at.
We wish Kate and the girls the very best of luck on
Sunday.
This week there some exciting games over the long
weekend. Sebastopol coming off a great win over
Sunbury, will have to point prove that they are a real
contender coming up against the undefeated East
Point who have been in scintillating form. Sebastopol
are going into the game undermanned and will have
to be at their very best to get over East.
Darley is a team that have made some big
improvements over the past few week and will take
on Ballarat who will be trying to recover after some
telling injuries.
Sunbury travel up the highway to take on Lake
Wendouree. This will be a big test for Sunbury after
last week’s loss to Sebastopol to stay in touch with
the top for.
Good luck to all teams over the weekend.
Happy Netballing.
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2016 NETBALL RESULTS: ROUND 7
A GRADE
*Darley 40
D GRADE
def
32 Melton South
Bacchus Marsh 30 def by 55 Lake Wendouree
Ballarat 28 def by 38 Redan
North Ballarat City 60
def
35 Melton
Sunbury 34 def by 52 Sebastopol
B GRADE
*Darley 23 def by 24 Melton South
Bacchus Marsh 10 def by 35 Lake Wendouree
Ballarat 25
def
8 Redan
North Ballarat City 41
def
16 Melton
Sunbury 27
def
15 Sebastopol
def
28 Melton South
19 & UNDER
*Darley 32 def by 40 Melton South
Bacchus Marsh 36
def
32 Lake Wendouree
Ballarat 43
def
35 Redan
North Ballarat City 59
def
20 Melton
Sunbury 52
def
21 Sebastopol
def
24 Melton South
*Darley 31
Bacchus Marsh 30 def by 33 Lake Wendouree
Ballarat 16 def by 29 Redan
North Ballarat City 31
def
27 Melton
Sunbury 15 def by 26 Sebastopol
C GRADE
*Darley 33
Bacchus Marsh 26 def by 28 Lake Wendouree
Ballarat 32
def
21 Redan
North Ballarat City 21 def by 22 Melton
Sunbury 52
def
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16 Sebastopol
* Darley v Melton South was played as the
Season Opener on April 9 2016
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2016 FOOTBALL RESULTS: ROUND 7
SENIORS
* Darley Melton South 4.8-32 2.1-13 9.11-65 4.4-28 15.14-104 25.18-168
6.9-45 6.13-49
DARLEY
Goal Kickers: D. Grenfell 5, M. Banner 4, H. Inglis 4, J. Edwards 3, L. Spiteri 2,
D. Edwards 2, S. Page 2, C. Cullen, S. McAllester
Best Players: L. Spiteri, H. Inglis, S. Kennedy, L. Delahey, D. Edwards, A. Chiu
MELTON SOUTH
Goal Kickers: M. Dransman 2, B. Sullivan 2, B. Sullivan, B. Sortino
Best Players: L. Watkins, A. Storey, B. Hooper, A. Hibbert, B. Sullivan, W. ThorntonGielen
Ballarat Redan 3.2-20 2.3-15 4.2-26 3.9-27 4.6-30 7.12-54 7.7-49
11.16-82
BALLARAT
Goal Kickers: N. O’’Farrell 3, Z. Thompson 2, T. Stapleton, B. McDonald
Best Players: D. Kennedy, A. Stepnell, M. Rodd, N. O’’Farrell, S. Hutchinson, D. Larkin
REDAN
Goal Kickers: B. Green 3, N. Horbury 2, B. Riordan 2, G. Bell, D. Colbert, K. Lenehan,
N. Sullivan
Best Players: N. Horbury, D. Mathews, M. Cullinan, D. Watson, R. Waight, B. Schiltz
TONY LOCKETT MEDAL GOALKICKING
Player
Team
RD
TOTAL
Damian Cupido
Bacchus Marsh
0
23
Andrew Pitson
Lake Wendouree
3
22
Jack Landt
Sunbury
4
19
Brenton Riordan
Redan
2
19
Cameron Richardson
Bacchus Marsh
0
17
Nathan Pring
Lake Wendouree
3
17
Brent Fitzpatrick
East Point
0
17
Alec Del Papa
Bacchus Marsh
0
15
Derick Micallef
Nth Ballarat City
5
15
Mitchell Johns
Nth Ballarat City
5
15
MERV & MARY HOWARD CLUB CHAMPIONSHIP
TEAM
POINTS
Sunbury
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SUNBURY
Goal Kickers: J. Landt 4, B. Guthrie 2, A. Duhau 2, J. Burgess 2, C. Hansen 2,
J. Redfern, T. Donoghue, J. Sullivan, N. Bridgland, G. Hay, D. Kovacevic, T. Stead,
A. Magin, M. Medcraft
Best Players: D. Kovacevic, A. Magin, J. Landt, A. Duhau, G. Hay
Lake Wendouree
61.5
North Ballarat City
60
Redan
59.5
SEBASTOPOL
Goal Kickers: J. Grills, M. Cain
Best Players: J. McNab, B. Goodes, R. Noether, T. Hutt, C. Edwards
East Point
53.5
Bacchus Marsh
46
Darley
38.5
Ballarat
35
Melton
34
Melton South
24
Sebastopol
24
Sunbury Sebastopol North Ballarat City Melton 6.6-42 0.0 4.5-29 3.2-20 11.11-77 15.15-105 21.19-145
0.0 0.1-1 2.3-15
9.10-64 4.3-27 13.13-91 4.3-27 25.21-171
4.4-28
NORTH BALLARAT CITY
Goal Kickers: M. Johns 5, D. Micallef 5, J. Burke 4, J. Symons 3, M. Curtis 2,
M. Johnston 2, C. Mc Grath 2, M. Gilbert, D. Kilpatrick
Best Players: J. Graham, M. Gilbert, J. Burke, S. Mc Cartin, J. Bromley-Lynch,
D. Kilpatrick
MELTON
Goal Kickers: B. Kight 3, S. Hurst
Best Players: N. Gale, B. Kight, R. Davis, M. Beck, B. Owens, T. Bray
Bacchus Marsh Lake Wendouree 0.4-4 2.2-14 2.12-24 4.5-29 4.17-41 9.8-62 7.19-61
12.10-82
BACCHUS MARSH
Goal Kickers: J. Maksymow 2, B. Griffiths, L. Blundell, L. Phyland, D. Burton,
H. Coulton
Best Players: M. Denham, T. Shea, R. Mc Nay, D. Burton, J. Trowsdale, L. Mullen
LAKE WENDOUREE
Goal Kickers: A. Pitson 3, N. Pring 3, T. Carey 2, J. Elkington, A. Simpson, S. Clifton,
L. Bucknall
Best Players: B. Taylor, S. Clifton, T. Littore, L. Buckwell, N. Pring, J. Elkington
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* Darley v Melton South was played as
the Season Opener on April 9 2016
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2016 FOOTBALL RESULTS: ROUND 7
RESERVES
* Darley Melton South 5.6-36 0.2-2 8.11-59 1.4-10 12.15-87 2.5-17 18.17-125
2.6-18
DARLEY
Goal Kickers: T. Minns 4, S. Mc Donald 3, S. Holt 3, T. Stephenson 3, B. Barnes 2,
J. Spiteri, B. Holt, J. Whitney
Best Players: S. Mc Donald, T. Minns, S. Gilbert, K. McAuliffe, B. Barnes
MELTON SOUTH
Goal Kickers: M. Mckane, J. Holland
Best Players: B. Binek, J. Madafferi, J. Watkins, C. Ogston, M. Truswell, J. Morrissey
Ballarat Redan 2.2-14 4.4-28 4.2-26 6.6-42 5.4-34 9.9-63 7.5-47
12.12-84
BALLARAT
Goal Kickers: E. Gepp 2, S. Pongho 2, S. Cox, B. Smith, T. Jankovic
Best Players: B. Smith, S. Cox, S. Pongho, J. Fraser, A. Madder, B. Hobbs
REDAN
Goal Kickers: J. Kinna 5, D. Page 2, L. Hunter, T. Hamilton, M. Ward, N. Holding,
S. Whiting
Best Players: T. Watson, J. Kinna, R. Bell, J. Leonard, L. Hunter, M. Robinson
Sunbury Sebastopol 3.2-20 1.0-6 7.6-48 1.3-9 8.9-57 3.3-21 12.11-83
5.4-34
SUNBURY
Goal Kickers: T. Hill 3, J. Rizk 2, T. Bell 2, J. Elliott, J. Steeper, R. Ritchie, S. Sewell,
A. Gill
Best Players: T. Hill, J. Sheahan, A. Gilbertson, J. Guthrie, J. Brien, J. Elliott
SEBASTOPOL
Goal Kickers: M. Powell 2, T. O’’Sullivan-Kirchner, B. Dummett, A. Broughton
Best Players: J. Eyers, J. Morgan, B. Dummett, C. Lloyd, S. Bertus, L. Noether
North Ballarat City Melton 1.2-8 3.7-25 4.5-29 4.10-34 5.7-37 8.13-61 8.12-60
9.16-70
NORTH BALLARAT CITY
Goal Kickers: M. Nevett 2, M. Fortescue, A. Porter, A. Cartledge, J. Cusack, J. Menzies,
H. Murphy
Best Players: M. Nevett, T. McPhan, G. Lovett, C. Jenkins, A. Sedgwick, B. Draffin
MELTON
Goal Kickers: A. Webber 3, T. Batten 3, D. Walker, T. Peters, C. McCallum
Best Players: T. Batten, B. Flavel, A. Bartlett, M. Rawlings, R. Newman, C. McCallum
Bacchus Marsh Lake Wendouree 2.2-14 3.2-20 6.3-39 7.3-45 9.5-59 9.3-57 JIM GULL MEDAL GOALKICKING
Player
Team
RD
TOTAL
Jackson Kinna
Redan
5
14
Mitchell Suban
Bacchus Marsh
0
14
Brandon Green
Redan
0
12
Brad Whittaker
East Point
0
12
Brody Richie
Melton
0
12
Tony Castrignano
Bacchus Marsh
1
11
Jack Peeters
East Point
0
11
Baden Stevens
Sebastopol
0
11
Samuel Sewell
Sunbury
1
11
Bradley Carrigg
Sebastopol
0
10
GEORGE KING MEDAL (BEST & FAIREST) VOTES
Player
Team
TOTAL
Liam Hunter
Redan
11
Tristan Batten
Melton
9
Tony Castrigano
Bacchus Marsh
7
Tim Sutherland
Bacchus Marsh
6
Harrison Robertson
Lake Wendouree
6
Lachlan Wood
Lake Wendouree
5
Hamish Everett
Sebastopol
5
Adam Short
Sunbury
5
Jake Steeper
Sunbury
5
Ryan Walsh
East Point
4
10.5-65
13.4-82
BACCHUS MARSH
Goal Kickers: D. Walker 2, T. Walsh 2, T. Wardell 2, T. Castrignano, M. Farrell, A.
Whittle, R. Shortis
Best Players: T. Castrignano, M. Whittle, T. Wardell, P. Hoyland, R. Shortis, D. Walker
LAKE WENDOUREE
Goal Kickers: L. Findlay 4, H. Robertson 2, T. Mc Kay 2, B. Olszewski 2, T. Dawson,
L. Wood, S. Willmott
Best Players: J. Monk, H. Robertson, S. Willmott, L. Findlay, H. Herben, L. Edwards
*D
arley v Melton South was played as the Season Opener on April 9 2016
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2016 FOOTBALL RESULTS: ROUND 7
UNDER 18.5
* Darley Melton South 0.3-3 0.1-1 4.4-28 0.1-1 6.6-42 1.2-8 7.11-53
5.4-34
DARLEY
Goal Kickers: M. Young 2, N. Dodemaide, K. Dickson, C. Pepi, M. Torney, J. Gordon
Best Players: J. Barnes, J. Beecham, M. Young, M. Taylor, L. Cahill, D. Locke
MELTON SOUTH
Goal Kickers: P. Unsworth, J. Farrar, J. Reale, J. Wills, D. Clarke
Best Players: B. McMillan, J. Wills, J. Charge, Y. Ozagi, J. Farrar, J. Watkins
Ballarat Redan 5.2-32 2.2-14 5.2-32 3.4-22 6.4-40 5.5-35 6.6-42
10.6-66
BALLARAT
Goal Kickers: M. Mayne 2, Z. Fiegert, J. Leonard, L. Hodgetts, M. Brehaut
Best Players: M. Mayne, B. Fraser, M. Brehaut, R. Corden-McKinley, A. Gray, N. Luka
REDAN
Goal Kickers: L. Scheele 4, A. Harvey 2, X. Curran, T. Douglass, L. Farnsworth, W.
Madden
Best Players: S. Carr, J. Mason, B. Guinea, T. Douglass, L. Scheele, D. Okely
Sunbury Sebastopol 9.2-56 0.0 15.4-94 0.0 19.14-128 23.24-162
0.0 0.0
TOP GOALKICKERS
Player
Team
RD
TOTAL
Jacob Bygate
Sunbury
8
28
Mitchell Canny
East Point
0
19
Lachlan Whyte-Marshall
Bacchus Marsh
5
17
Todd Douglass
Redan
1
16
Jack Simpson
Melton
3
16
Aaron Clarke
Melton South
0
15
Ryan Thompson
East Point
0
15
Lachlan McLean
Redan
0
12
Dylan Clarke
Melton South
1
11
Trent Moss
Nth Ballarat City
1
11
BEST & FAIREST VOTES
Player
Team
TOTAL
Lachlan Walker
Melton
9
Dylon Bishop
Bacchus Marsh
8
Cooper Pepi
Darley
8
William Hoye
North Ballarat City
8
Bailey Guinea
Redan
8
Michael Edwards
Sunbury
8
NORTH BALLARAT CITY
Goal Kickers: H. Loader 9, A. Coles 2, W. Hoye 2, F. Appleby, T. Moss
Best Players: H. Loader, F. Appleby, B. Squire, B. Leonard, M. Geary
Kyle Hayes
Redan
7
Matthew Young
Darley
6
MELTON
Goal Kickers: J. Simpson 3, L. Ericson 2, J. Robertson, J. Robertson
Best Players: L. Ericson, C. Jones, J. Simpson, L. Walker, J. Robertson, J. McGregor
Jye Dickson
Bacchus Marsh
5
Lachlan Thornton
East Point
5
SUNBURY
Goal Kickers: J. Bygate 8, L. Sarkezi 4, D. Landt 2, L. Wilkins 2, J. Pollard-Wright,
D. Mundy, B. Johnson, J. Sorraghan, W. Healy, J. Dillon, B. Mundy
Best Players: J. Bygate, J. Hannett, W. Healy, D. McDonald, L. Sarkezi, M. Edwards
SEBASTOPOL
Best Players: J. Price, B. Buttler, T. Phillips, M. Miller, T. Holmes, B. Hutt
North Ballarat City Melton Bacchus Marsh Lake Wendouree 5.3-33 0.2-2 2.3-15 3.0-18 9.11-65 1.2-8 7.5-47 3.1-19 13.14-92 5.3-33 8.10-58 3.3-21 15.18-108
7.3-45
12.12-84
5.4-34
BACCHUS MARSH
Goal Kickers: L. Whyte-Marshall 5, J. Lalor 2, N. Blade-Maytom, J. Calvitto,
J. Dickson, B. Jackson, B. Croxford
Best Players: D. Bishop, B. Baldo, J. Johns, J. Dickson, B. Croxford, L. Pigott
85 - 91 Mair Street, Ballarat VIC 3350
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Email: [email protected]
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LAKE WENDOUREE
Goal Kickers: D. Johnson 2, H. Monk 2, P. Fairhead
Best Players: H. Monk, P. Fairhead, T. Salau, P. O’’Connell, T. Liston, T. BlackneyNoter
*D
arley v Melton South was played as the
Season Opener on April 9 2016
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2016 BFNL McDONALD’S JUNIOR FOOTY WRAP
UNDER 16.5 SENIORS
UNDER 16.5 RESERVES
TEAM
P
W
L
D BYE FF
For Agst
%
PTS
TEAM
East Point
8
7
1
0
0
0
713 384
185.68
P
W
L
D BYE FF
For Agst
%
PTS
28
North Ballarat
8
7
1
0
0
0
804 179
449.16
Lake Wendouree
8
7
1
0
0
0
709 424
28
167.22
28
Ballarat
8
7
1
0
0
0
600 230
260.87
28
North Ballarat
8
6
2
0
0
0
Redan
8
4
4
0
0
0
507 349
145.27
24
Redan
8
6
2
0
0
0
815 296
275.34
24
498 522
95.40
16
Lake Wendouree
7
3
4
0
0
1
481 413
116.46
Ballarat
8
3
5
0
0
16
0
442 525
84.19
12
East Point
8
3
5
0
0
0
418 525
79.62
Darley
8
3
5
0
12
0
0
462 733
63.03
12
Bacchus Marsh
8
3
5
0
0
0
339 468
72.44
12
Bacchus Marsh
8
2
6
Mount Clear
8
0
8
0
0
0
462 519
89.02
8
Darley
7
2
5
0
0
0
265 635
41.73
8
0
0
0
357 694
51.44
0
Mount Clear
8
0
8
0
0
0
119 1095
10.87
0
UNDER 14 SENIORS
UNDER 14 RESERVES
TEAM
P
W
L
D BYE FF
For Agst
%
PTS
TEAM
Ballarat
7
7
0
0
1
0
453 182
248.90
P
W
L
D BYE FF
For Agst
%
PTS
32
Redan
7
6
1
0
1
0
663 122
543.44
Lake Wendouree
7
6
1
0
1
0
544 145
28
375.17
28
Ballarat
7
6
1
0
1
0
400
85
470.59
Mount Clear
7
6
1
0
1
0
28
484 190
254.74
28
North Ballarat
8
7
1
0
0
0
539 152
354.61
East Point
7
3
4
0
1
28
0
330 272
121.32
16
Bacchus Marsh
7
5
2
0
1
0
323 192
168.23
Redan
7
3
4
0
24
1
0
255 292
87.33
16
Mount Clear
7
4
3
0
1
0
352 196
179.59
Bacchus Marsh
7
2
5
20
0
1
0
320 292
109.59
12
Lake Wendouree
7
2
5
0
1
0
172 367
46.87
North Ballarat
8
3
12
5
0
0
0
275 295
93.22
12
East Point
7
1
6
0
1
0
198 375
52.80
Darley
7
8
2
5
0
1
0
252 405
62.22
12
Darley
7
1
6
0
1
0
131 427
30.68
Sebastopol
7
8
0
7
0
1
0
27
3.11
4
Sebastopol
7
0
7
0
1
0
27
3.04
4
%
PTS
867
UNDER 12 SENIORS
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889
UNDER 12 RESERVES
TEAM
P
W
L
D BYE FF
For Agst
TEAM
East Point
7
7
0
0
1
0
540
50
1080.00
P
W
L
D BYE FF
For Agst
%
PTS
32
Mount Clear
7
7
0
0
1
0
198
75
264.00
North Ballarat
8
7
1
0
0
0
559 125
32
447.20
28
Redan
7
6
1
0
1
0
263
71
370.42
Darley
7
4
3
0
1
0
28
248 214
115.89
20
North Ballarat
8
5
3
0
0
0
99
46
215.22
Lake Wendouree
7
4
3
0
1
20
0
207 228
90.79
20
Ballarat
7
4
3
0
1
0
124
93
133.33
Mount Clear
7
4
3
0
20
1
0
274 307
89.25
20
Bacchus Marsh
7
3
4
0
1
0
104 119
87.39
Bacchus Marsh
7
2
5
16
0
1
0
194 322
60.25
12
Lake Wendouree
7
3
4
0
1
0
108 152
71.05
Sebastopol
7
2
16
5
0
1
0
146 468
31.20
12
East Point
7
2
5
0
1
0
74
158
46.84
Redan
7
12
1
6
0
1
0
165 374
44.12
8
Sebastopol
7
1
6
0
1
0
68
203
33.50
Ballarat
7
8
1
6
0
1
0
114 359
31.75
8
Darley
7
1
6
0
1
0
43
164
26.22
8
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17 & UNDER SENIORS
17 & UNDER RESERVES
PTS
RATIO
TEAM
P BYE W
D
L
For Agst PTS
North Ballarat City
8
1
1
348 174 26 3.25
0
6
%
343 165 32
4
207.88
4
257.14
TEAM
P BYE W
D
L
For Agst PTS
200
North Ballarat City
8
0
8
0
0
Darley
7
1
5
1
1
286 173 26 3.71
165.32
East Point Juniors
7
1
6
0
1
270 105 28
Lake Wendouree
7
1
5
1
1
256 162 26 3.71
158.02
Redan
7
1
5
0
2
165 152 24 3.43
108.55
Bacchus Marsh
7
1
5
0
2
284 183 24 3.43
155.19
Lake Wendouree
7
1
4
0
3
172 149 20 2.86
115.44
East Point Juniors
7
1
4
0
3
223 158 20 2.86
141.14
Darley
7
1
4
0
3
216 196 20 2.86
110.2
Redan
7
1
3
0
4
141 195 16 2.29
72.31
Bacchus Marsh
7
1
2
1
4
180 209 14
86.12
Sebastopol
7
1
2
1
4
153 218 14
2
70.18
Sebastopol
7
1
1
1
5
105 230 10 1.43
Mount Clear
7
1
0
0
7
91
296
4
0.57
30.74
Mount Clear
7
1
1
0
6
120 226
8
1.14
53.1
Ballarat
7
1
0
0
7
90
313
4
0.57
28.75
Ballarat
7
1
0
0
7
89
4
0.57
39.04
TEAM
P BYE W
D
L
For Agst PTS
PTS
RATIO
%
TEAM
P BYE W
D
L
For Agst PTS
North Ballarat City
8
0
1
281 112 28
3.5
250.89
North Ballarat City
8
0
7
1
0
248
69
30 3.75
359.42
15 & UNDER SENIORS
228
2
45.65
15& UNDER RESERVES
0
7
95
7
1
6
0
1
235
247.37
Lake Wendouree
7
1
6
1
0
222
66
30 4.29
336.36
7
1
5
0
2
172 120 24 3.43
143.33
East Point Juniors
7
1
6
0
1
167
73
28
228.77
Ballarat
7
1
4
0
3
140 144 20 2.86
97.22
Ballarat
7
1
4
0
3
142 107 20 2.86
132.71
Bacchus Marsh
7
1
3
0
4
146 154 16 2.29
94.81
Darley
7
1
3
0
4
172 158 16 2.29
108.86
East Point Juniors
7
1
3
0
4
115 192 16 2.29
59.9
Redan
7
1
2
0
5
59
178 12 1.71
33.15
Darley
7
1
2
0
5
130 182 12 1.71
71.43
Mount Clear
7
1
1
1
5
45
159 10 1.43
28.3
Redan
7
1
2
0
5
115 180 12 1.71
63.89
Bacchus Marsh
7
1
1
0
6
74
195
8
1.14
37.95
Sebastopol
7
1
0
0
7
77
0.57
33.19
Sebastopol
7
1
0
1
6
56
180
6
0.86
31.11
TEAM
P BYE W
D
L
For Agst PTS
PTS
RATIO
%
TEAM
P BYE W
D
L
For Agst PTS
North Ballarat City
8
0
0
302
32
4
363.86
North Ballarat City
8
0
8
0
0
245
55
4
4
4
%
Lake Wendouree
232
28
PTS
RATIO
Mount Clear
13 & UNDER SENIORS
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PTS
RATIO
%
4
13 & UNDER RESERVES
0
8
83
PTS
RATIO
%
32
4
445.45
4
274.24
Lake Wendouree
7
1
6
0
1
228 101 28
225.74
Lake Wendouree
7
1
6
0
1
181
66
28
East Point Juniors
7
1
5
0
2
149 137 24 3.43
108.76
Ballarat
7
1
5
0
2
119
75
24 3.43
158.67
Darley
7
1
4
0
3
155 192 20 2.86
80.73
East Point Juniors
7
1
5
0
2
80
65
24 3.43
123.08
Sebastopol
7
1
3
0
4
128 159 16 2.29
80.5
Bacchus Marsh
7
1
3
0
4
128 104 16 2.29
123.08
Ballarat
7
1
3
0
4
140 180 16 2.29
77.78
Sebastopol
7
1
2
0
5
57
116 12 1.71
49.14
Bacchus Marsh
7
1
1
0
6
160 177
8
1.14
90.4
Redan
7
1
1
1
5
63
135 10 1.43
46.67
Redan
7
1
1
0
6
90
185
8
1.14
48.65
Darley
7
1
1
1
5
57
176 10 1.43
32.39
Mount Clear
7
1
1
0
6
86
224
8
1.14
38.39
Mount Clear
7
1
0
0
7
35
173
20.23
4
0.57
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BACCHUS MARSH V LAKE WENDOUREE
BALLARAT V REDAN
5 - Luke Bucknall (LW)
4 - Matt Denham (BM)
3 - Lane Buckwell (LW)
2 - Steve Clifton (LW)
1 - Nathan Pring (LW)
5 - Nathan Horbury (R)
4 - Dean Matthews (R)
3 - Daniel Kennedy (B)
2 - M Rodd (2)
1 - Shane Hutchinson (B)
NORTH BALLARAT CITY V MELTON
SUNBURY V SEBASTOPOL
5 - Simon McCartin (NBC)
4 - Jarryd Graham (NBC)
3 - Mitch Johns (NBC)
2 - Derrick Micallef (NBC)
1 - Nick Gale (R)
5 - David Kovacevic (Sun)
4 - Jack Landt (Sun)
3 - Alik Magin (Sun)
2 - Andrew Duhau (Sun)
1 - Greg Hay (Sun)
LEADERBOARD
Alik Magin Sunbury
20
Jake Gleeson Melton
18
Paul Koderenko East Point
17
Matt Denham Bacchus Marsh
16
Simon McCartin Nth Ballarat City
15
Brenton Riordan Redan
14
Luke Bucknall Lake Wendouree
13
Daniel Tung East Point
12
Tyson Shea Bacchus Marsh
11
Steve Clifton Lake Wendouree
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POSITION
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EMAIL
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AFL Goldfields
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BFNL Commercial & Regional
Operations Manager
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BFNL Operations Manager
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Liam Brady
BFUA Operations Manager
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Netball Manager
0417 642 271
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