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WEST GIPPSLAND COMPETITION
K-Bass 14.4.88 d Garfield 11.8.74
Dalyston 13.16.94 d Bunyip 6.7.43
Phillip Island 22.8.140 d Kor. Bena 5.5.35
I-Kongwak 15.19.109 d Nar Nar Goon 10.3.63
Cora Lynn 10.18.78 d Koo Wee Rup 6.7.43
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KILCUNDA-BASS has continued its good run
of form with a 14-point win over a young Gar-
field side at Bass.
After some showers throughout the day, the
skies cleared for the main event and both sides
looked damaging early.
Returning from injury, forward Matt Moore got
the home side off to a good start, slotting the
first goal for the day and his first for the year.
Luke James also got on the board in his re-
turn to the side, launching one from 50m on
the run, before Garfield hit back with consecu-
tive goals to level the scores.
Taylor Gibson made a welcome return to the
side after a knee injury sidelined him for half of
last season, while Mitch Golby returned to Port
Melbourne’s VFL Reserves side.
Providing a sneak preview of what was to come
for the majority of the contest, mercurial small
forward Jason Wells enhanced Kilcunda-Bass’
lead with two majors, while Moore also slotted
his second to push the lead out to three goals.
The Stars snagged one right before the quar-
ter-time siren, bringing the margin back to 13
The second term looked to be a big one for the
visitors as Garfield got off to a perfect start, con-
verting three times in the space of 10 minutes.
Jarryd Drew, who was dangerous around the
ground all game, was the instigator of the pur-
ple patch as he added to the score.
Will Collis was dominant in his second game
of the year, gathering plenty of the ball and
more importantly impacting the scoreboard at
crucial times in the contest.
All of a sudden it was a six-point lead for the
away side who seemed to have all the momentum.
But when Jason Wells caught an opponent for
holding the ball close to goal, he kicked truly
and scores were level.
With the game in the balance, Daniel Mock
was initiating damaging attacks from halfback,
which the Stars seemed to have no answer for.
James doubled up for the day after a perfect
set up from Jason Wells.
This was backed up by Tim Smith, who took
a one handed grab and nailed the shot from a
very tricky angle to give the Panthers a 10-point
lead going into the main break.
Kilcunda-Bass did not take the foot off the
pedal after half time as they well and truly took
control of the game in the premiership quarter.
Matt Edwards put on a defensive master
class for the quarter, not letting the Garfield
forwards mark anything, resulting in no scor-
ing for the whole quarter.
Returning to the wing, Danny Wells was pro-
viding plenty of run and also taking strong
grabs, setting up his brother’s first of three
goals for the quarter.
Ben Law was looking good in the ruck, often
putting the ball on a platter for his onballers.
When a forward entry after a quick centre
clearance went to ground, Jason Wells pounced
on it and snapped over his shoulder for his fifth
goal of the day.
Shortly after, Smith kicked his second for the
day before an entry inside 50 that was chipped
in the air and had Wells’ name all over it.
He didn’t disappoint as he rose above the
pack and gripped the ball whilst on an oppo-
He capped off the perfect quarter for the Pan-
thers, as he kicked truly and extended the lead
to 40 points.
From the first ball up of the final quarter, it
was clear Garfield was not giving up, despite
the massive task ahead of them.
The Stars’ midfield including Will Collis and
Saxon Watson started to dominate as they con-
sistently won contested possession and sent it
Darcy Payne instigated the scoreboard pres-
sure as he marked strongly and was dead ac-
curate from 40m out.
Watson gathered a ball that spilled to ground
and finished with class, bringing the margin to
a nervy 28 points.
However, with his best attempt at steadying
the ship, Wells nudged his opponent under the
ball, wheeled around and dribbled through his
seventh major to ignite the crowd.
But the anxious times were still to come for
Kilcunda-Bass as Ned Marsh continued his fan-
tastic form hitting targets in the forward line.
Getting on the end of one pass was Harley La-
cunes who kicked truly as did Daniel Helmore,
whose quick goals brought the margin within
Collis improved on his brilliant performance
by once again nailing a set shot, this time cut-
ting the margin to 14 points.
With Garfield’s mids still dominating, Moore
was thrown back to support Edwards in the dying
moments, and both took crucial intercept marks.
Despite Garfield’s best efforts in the last
term, the final siren sounded as the home side
breathed a sigh of relief and took the four points.
The Panthers face a massive test this week
against an undefeated Inverloch-Kongwak,
while Garfield will travel to Phillip Island.
WEST GIPPSLAND COMPETITION
ROUND 5, May 6: Kor. Bena v Cora Lynn,
Dalyston v Nar Nar Goon,
Koo Wee Rup v Bunyip,
Inverloch v K-Bass,
Phillip Island v Garfield
ROUND 4, May 6: Warragul v Maffra,
Wonthaggi v Bairnsdale,
Moe v Drouin,
Morwell v Sale,
Traralgon v Leongatha
ROUND 6, May 6: Tarwin v Foster,
Stony Creek v Fish Creek,
DWWWW v Toora,
ELLINBANK & DISTRICT LEAGUE
ROUND 4, May 6: Longwarry v Lang Lang,
Neerim South v Nilma Darnum,
Buln Buln v Poowong,
Nyora v Catani,
Ellinbank v Warragul Ind.
MID GIPPSLAND LEAGUE
ROUND 5, May 6: Mirboo North v Y.Y. North,
Yarragon v Newborough,
Yinnar v Morwell East,
Trafalgar v Hill End,
Thorpdale v Boolarra
Slide logo under team name
Kilcunda-Bass 6.8 (44) d
Garfield 6.6 (42)
Best, K-Bass: D. Smith,
M. Grant, D. Foss, A. Miller,
S. Pugh, J. Good
Garfield: A. Van Strijp,
R. Archer, D. Clebney, J. Gown,
T. McDonald, S. Clebney
Garfield 10.8 (68) d
Kilcunda-Bass 4.5 (29)
Best, Garfield: A. McMillan,
E. Sauze, N. Glen,
S. Hatley-Smith, B. Leggett,
K-Bass: J. Bastwrous, R.
Taylor, A. Honeysett, S. Casey,
J. Rosenow, J. Stylianou
Garfield 17.11 (113) d
Kilcunda-Bass 2.1 (13)
Best, Garfield: B. Friend,
M. Bow, T. Miller, F. Rennie,
T. Loomes, R. Fleming
K-Bass: F. Homer, D. Taylor,
H. Berry, C. Sinniah,
W. Lindsay, M. Graham-Edden
5.2 8.2 13.2 14.4
3.1 6.4 6.4 11.8
BEST, K-Bass: J. Wells,
D. Mock, B. Law, M. Edwards,
D. Wells, M. Moore.
Garfield: W. Collis, N. Marsh,
J. Drew, S. Batson,
B. Scamporlino, S. Watson.
GOALS, K-Bass: J. Wells 7,
L. James 3, T. Smith,
M. Moore 2 ea.
Garfield: D. Helmore,
W. Collis, D. Johnson 2;
S. Watson, D. Johnson,
D. Payne, H. Lacunes, J. Drew
Slide logo under team name
Dalyston 11.10 (76) d
Bunyip 5.7 (37)
Best, Dalyston: A. Chetland,
K. Kerr, G. Parker, A. Wallis,
J. Brooker, D. Pruysers.
Bunyip: B. Mor ton, D.
Jameson, D. Wright, M. Sloan,
T. Blakey, T. Buckingham.
Bunyip 12.8 (80) d
Dalyston 2.5 (17)
Best, Bunyip: L. Shaw,
Z. Baguley, T. Richter,
T. Jayamaha, A. Broughton.
Dalyston: L. Ion, J. Loughridge,
C. O'Halloran, B. Monson,
P. Byrnes-Davies, B. Hill.
Bunyip 16.17 (113) d
Dalyston 0.0 (0)
Best, Bunyip: S. Tapner,
J. Stewar t, B. Stokes, J. Pope,
J. Newnham, J. Booth.
Dalyston: A. Geyer, J. Derrick,
T. Derrick, L. Ibrhaim.
2.3 6.7 9.9 13.16
3.3 4.5 6.6 6.7
BEST, Dalyston: K. Kirk,
C. Tait, K. Butler, K. Thomas,
D. Belsten, B. Fisher
Bunyip: M. Whyte, B. Jostlear,
J. McLeod, B. Walker,
J. Gibson, R. Crockett
GOALS, Dalyston: B. Fisher 6,
M. Rosendale 2, B. Carew,
K. Thomas, C. Graham,
D. Belsten, K. Kirk 1 ea.
Bunyip: M. Ross 3,
M. Laszczyk, J. Masset,
N. Lieshout 1 ea.
DALYSTON has overcome a spirited Bu-
nyip by 51 points to remain undefeated after
Venturing to Bunyip for the first time, the
visitors were hit by the determined Bulldogs,
who were eager to make amends for last
week’s shellacking by Inverloch-Kongwak.
In slippery conditions, the home side hit
the scoreboard first through Josh Masset be-
fore Darcy Brosnan found Brad Fisher 25m
out for the Magpies’ first.
Back-to -back goals to the Bulldogs within
minutes gave the home side a slight edge, be-
fore Kurt Thomas cut the difference to six
points at the first break.
Dalyston started to find its mojo after
quarter time with Chris Graham converting
a set shot and Blake Carew splitting the mid-
dle with a long bomb from outside 50.
Fisher extended the lead further when he
slotted another from a free kick, before a yel-
low card to Matt Rosendale left Dalyston one
man down for the remaining ten minutes.
Ross kicked his second to keep Bunyip in
touch before a steadying goal from Fisher
saw the Magpies take a 14-point advantage
into half time.
Dalyston started to break away from Bu-
nyip after half time, with Fisher holding onto
a strong mark on the boundary 50m out, and
calmly slotted the goal.
Fisher was in the action again when he
mark and goaled, before Rosendale re-
deemed himself when he finished the good
work of Darcy Brosnan.
But the Bulldogs weren’t going down with-
out a fight, with Ross kicking his third and
Michael Laszczyk pouncing on a loose ball
and dribbling through the goal to make it 21
points at the final change.
Dalyston finished the job in the final term
with four goals, while restricting the Bull-
dogs to a solitary behind.
Fisher finished with six majors, while Kyle
Kirk, Clay Tait and Kristian Butler were in
the thick of the action throughout the contest.
Dalyston hosts Nar Nar Goon this week
while Bunyip faces Koo Wee Rup.
Panthers pounce at Bass
Dalyston too strong for Bunyip
Kilcunda-Bass’ Taylor Gibson returned to the senior side on Saturday and had an early
shot on goal, but missed. mm131817
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