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Kilcunda-Bass Football Netball Club presents
HERALD-SUN AND FOXTEL FULL-ON FOOTY TOUR
Includes entertainment, dinner & drinks
(excluding spirits) 6-9pm
KBFNC Social Rooms, Hade Avenue, Bass
Tickets available at:
San Remo Hotel, Bass Hotel, Grantville Bendigo Bank
and Cargill’s Sprorts Store - Wonthaggi
Enquiries to Jaron Smith 0437 957 761
Four leading sports personalities from the Herald-Sun & Foxtel
SCOTT GULLAN as MC
Tuesday February 28 at 6pm
The Herald Sun Foxtel Full-On Footy Tour will visit the Kilcunda-Bass Football Netball
Club on Tuesday February 28, with a free junior Auskick clinic from 4pm followed by a
Sports Night from 6.30pm at the Kilcunda-Bass clubrooms.
Footy tour hits Killy-Bass
THE Full-On Footy Tour will hit the Kil-
cunda-Bass Football Netball Club on Tues-
day, February 28 for an afternoon and eve-
ning of footy action.
The event provided by Herald Sun and
Fox Footy will kick off with a free junior
Auskick clinic from 4pm until 6pm at the
Bass Recreation Reserve, before a Sports
Night from 6.30pm at the Kilcunda-Bass
Headlining the Kilcunda Bass FNC event
will be Herald Sun football writers Scott
Gullan and Jon Ralph, alongside Fox Footy
commentators and former greats of the
game Mark McClure and Tony Shaw, provid-
ing an insight into their life in footy media.
The group will hold a question and an-
swer with the audience on the night, along
with a raffle and silent auction.
A presentation will be also made to Kil-
cunda-Bass club legend, Dave Brown, for
60 years of continuous service to the Pan-
Tickets for the event are $100, which includes
a meal and complimentary beer and wine.
Being a Tuesday night, the event will con-
clude around 9pm.
The grassroots tour will visit seven foot-
ball and netball clubs throughout the state
this month and next to bring the news and
views of its commentators closer to its read-
ers and viewers, while supporting clubs as
they fundraise for the season ahead.
For the first time, the new AFL Women’s
Trophy and the AFL Premiership Cup will
tour regional Victoria as part of the event
series, and fans will be able to capture self-
ies with the trophies at each event.
Poynton seven lifts Poowong-Loch
• B Grade Division 2
SEVEN wickets from Poowong-Loch’s Glen
Poynton has put his side in a commanding po -
sition after day one against Korumburra in B
Grade Division 2 at Korumburra Turf.
Poynton opened the bowling and picked up
the first wicket of the day when he had Cam
Smith caught, on his way to 7/46 off 23 overs
including five maidens.
His wickets came from a variety of dismiss-
als, with one bowled, two lbw, two caught and a
caught and bowled.
Scott Head was also handy with 2/38 off 15
overs, as the Cobras were bowled out for 101
in 45 overs.
Poowong-Loch batted for 22 overs in reply
and reached 3/69, led by Trevor Allen with 30
including five fours and a six.
Dan Garlick’s 87 not out has led Foster to a
huge total of 9/312 against Glen Alvie at Glen
Half centuries to Jake Pilkington (53) and
Shaun Chaseling (53) got the Tigers underway,
before Garlick smashed 10 fours and two sixes
to end the day.
Dean Williams bowled well for the home side
with 3/89 off 19 overs.
A 109-run partnership for the second wicket
between Leo Enter and Josh Moore saw Koon-
warra-Leongatha RSL post 221 against Wont-
haggi Miners at Koonwarra.
Enter hit 65 including eight fours and Moore
made 45 including four fours.
Geoff Peters was the best of the Miners bowl-
ers with 4/24 off seven overs and Pieter Loos
picked up 3/18 off eight overs.
Imperials had the bye this week.
B2 results: Koonwarra-Leongatha RSL 221
(L Enter 65 J Moore 45 G Peters 4/24 P Loos
3/18 MJ Hibbins 2/56) v Wonthaggi Miners
at Koonwarra Recreation Reserve.
Glen Alvie v Foster 9/312 (D Garlick 87*
J Pilkington 53 S Chaseling 53 A Starret 34
T McWilliams 32 D Williams 3/89) at Glen
Alvie Recreation Reserve.
Korumburra 101 (G Poynton 7/46 SR Head
2/38) v Poowong-Loch 3/69 (T Allen 30) at
Korumburra Recreation Reserve.
Imperials – Bye.
Trotto six sinks Sharks
• B Grade Division 1
A SIX-WICKET haul from Nerrena opening
bowler Nathan Trotto has seen the Red Caps bowl
out Kilcunda-Bass for 122 in B Grade Division 1
Trotto bowled with venom from start to finish,
removing both openers and continuing the on-
slaught on his way to 6/39 off 20 overs including
Tailender Rohan Duff top scored for the Sharks
with 32 including five fours and Heath Grace hit
24 not out.
The Red Caps batted nine overs to finish the day
and will resume at 1/21 this week.
Leongatha Town is on track for a win over Inver-
loch after a strong display on day one at Scorpion
Opener Matt Wilson took advantage of the Sting-
rays having just nine fielders, hitting the gaps with
nine fours in his 65.
The Scorpions were cruising and were untrou-
bled by the Stingrays bowling attack, until Amad
Mujtaba was introduced.
He took 4/34 off 6.2 overs including three maid-
ens and the scalp of Wilson, before the Scorpions
declared at 8/168 after 43.2 overs.
Inverloch faced 26 overs to end the day and
reached 4/60 at stumps.
Sam Clark and Al Fixter picked up two wickets
The Stingrays are still in with a chance of an
upset and will be hoping for a full complement of
players this week.
OMK is in a strong position after day one, bowl-
ing Phillip Island out for 132 on the small Outtrim
Paul Green bowled well with 2/29 off 11.5 overs
including six maidens, and Dylan McMeekin fin-
ished the job with 3/11 off five overs.
Jackson Sorati top scored for the Island with 29
and Scott Boyack made 23.
The match between MDU and Wonthaggi Club at
Meeniyan will be played across Saturday and Sun-
day this week due to the Meeniyan Garlic Festival
B1 results: OMK v Phillip Island 132 (J Sorati
29 D McMeekin 3/11 N Cant 2/18 P Green 2/29
S Jenkins 2/39) at Outtrim Recreation Reserve.
Kilcunda-Bass 122 (R Duff 32 N Trotto 6/39)
v Nerrena 1/21 at Bass Recreation Reserve No
Town 8/168 (dec) (M Wilson 65 A Mujtaba
4/34) v Inverloch 4/60 (A Fixter 2/13 S Clark
2/28) at Scorpion Park 1.
MDU v Club at Meeniyan – two-day match
this Saturday and Sunday.
Leongatha Town’s Matt Wilson hits a boundary past the bowler on his way to 65, which put
the Scorpions in a strong position on day one. rg420817
Leongatha Town’s Scott Browne finds the gap against Inverloch in B Grade Division 1 at
Scorpion Park. Rg430817
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