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WEST GIPPSLAND COMPETITION
9 1 135.98 38
8 2 161.29 34
7 4 137.47 28
7 4 113.69 28
Koo Wee Rup 7 4 108.42 28
Nar Nar Goon 5 6 104.24 20
Phillip Island 5 6
Phillip Island 9 2 145.94 36
Nar Nar Goon 7 4 137.24 28
7 4 116.20 28
Koo Wee Rup 6 5 149.79 24
6 5 120.83 24
4 7 123.23 16
Cora Lynn 10 1
Phillip Island 10 1 208.67 40
9 2 242.77 36
KooWeeRup 2 8
NarNarGoon 1 8
10 0 500.00 42
9 1 396.79 38
9 2 266.20 36
Phillip Island 8 3 354.35 32
5 6 111.09 20
KooWeeRup 4 7
Nar Nar Goon 1 10
Nar Nar Goon 12.13.85 d
Bunyip 6.6 .42
Nar Nar Goon 18.19.127 d
Bunyip 6.4 .40 d
Nar Nar Goon 4.9.33
Bunyip 22.21.153 d
Nar Nar Goon 0.1.1
N. Langley (Cora Lynn) 42
J. Wells (K-Bass) 33
T. Mahoney (I-Kongwak) 30
S. Pugh (K-Bass) 29
S. Dillon (Cora Lynn) 26
L. Woolford (Phillip Island) 19
J. Verleg (Garfield) 30
Z. Williamson (Cora Lynn) 27
L. Dowsett (Cora Lynn) 22
S. Tapner (Bunyip) 35
B. Friend (Garfield) 29
M. Sellars (Phillip Island) 24
WEST GIPPSLAND COMPETITION
ROUND 12, July 1: Cora Lynn v Garfield,
Phillip Island v K-Bass,
Bunyip v Inverloch,
Dalyston v Kor. Bena
Sunday, July 2: Nar Nar Goon v Koo Wee Rup
ROUND 11, July 1: Warragul v Morwell,
Traralgon v Moe,
Drouin v Sale,
Maffra v Bairnsdale
Sunday, July 2: Leongatha v Wonthaggi
ROUND 14, July 1: MDU v Fish Creek,
Tarwin v DWWWW,
Stony Creek v Toora,
ELLINBANK & DISTRICT LEAGUE
ROUND 11, July 1: Lang Lang v Warragul Ind.,
Nilma Darnum v Ellinbank,
Poowong v Longwarry,
Catani v Neerim South,
Buln Buln v Nyora
MID GIPPSLAND LEAGUE
ROUND 12, July 1: Boolarra v Mirboo North,
Hill End v Yarragon,
Y.Y. North v Yinnar,
Newborough v Morwell East,
Thorpdale v Trafalgar
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Kor. Bena 5.8 (38) d
Garfield 4.9 (33)
Best, Kor. Bena: M. Snooks,
J. Macri, S. Moore, H. Suckling,
Z. Walker, R. Muir.
Garfield: A. Mitchell, R. Munro,
A. McMillan, D. Fazzino,
A. Van Strijp, M. Deken.
Garfield 12.9 (81) d
Kor. Bena 1.0 (6)
Best, Garfield: J. Verleg, D.
De Boer, J. Batson, E. Hayward,
B. Coffey, B. Leggett.
Kor. Bena: J. Wyhoon,
A. Walker, T. Anthony, F. Boys,
C. Miller, P. Gillin.
Garfield 8.12 (60) d
Kor. Bena 1.0 (6)
Best, Garfield: F. Rennie,
T. Fitzpatrick, Z. Soutar,
T. McMahon, T. Loomes,
S. Simpson Brewer.
Kor. Bena: Unavailable.
2.4 4.5 6.9 7.10
1.0 2.2 2.4 4.9
Garfield: R. Archer, B. Smith,
N. Marsh, S. Batson, D.
Johnson, T. McDonald
Kor. Bena: W. Jeffs,
J. McMillan, B. Dorling,
J. Van Rooye, A. Johnston,
Garfield: N. Marsh 3, W. Collis
2, T. McDonald, D. Payne 1 ea
Kor. Bena: M. Cooke, W. Jeffs,
S. Edwards 1 ea.
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Koo Wee Rup 12.10 (82) d
Phillip Island 5.5 (35)
Best, Koo Wee Rup:
C. Milojevic, C. Miller,
B. Hussey, R. Connelly,
S. Marsh, R. Healy
Phillip Island: B. Hamilton,
D. McGinley, J. Nicolaci,
S. Nolan, J. Conder, J. Weir
Phillip Island 9.14 (68) d
Koo Wee Rup 4.3 (27)
Best, Phillip Island:
C. Thompson, B. Anderson,
N. Duyker, J. Keating, J. Clark,
Koo Wee Rup: M. Tribuzi,
J. Smith, R. Battams,
R. Sheahan, T. Burr, J. Betts
Phillip Island 8.12 (60) d
Koo Wee Rup 2.1 (13)
Best, Phillip Island: C. Farrell,
N. Bee-Hickman, T. McMillan,
J. Wilson, J. Ryan,
Koo Wee Rup: L. Ashby,
J. Bennetts, T. Burr, K. Parker,
J. Ventura, M. Voss
6.6 10.11 12.16 16.18
Koo Wee Rup
2.0 7.3 9.5 9.8
Koo Wee Rup: L. Walker,
D. Calteri, A. Giuliano,
N. Voss, T. Dolan, T. Miller
Phillip Island: B. Kimber,
J. Taylor, M. Jackson,
A. Edwards, M. Griffin,
Koo Wee Rup: A. Giuliano,
L. McMaster, N. Voss 3,
B. Collins, T. Dolan 2,
B. Harding, L. Walker,
M. Collins 1 ea.
Phillip Island: S. Pimm 4,
S. Taylor 3, N. Higginson 2.
Stars have Giants’ measure
GARFIELD proved too strong for Korum-
burra-Bena, leading at every change to record
a 19-point win at Korumburra.
It was the Giants who goaled first when
Sam Edwards converted from 40m after a
But Garfield hit back with goals to Will Col-
lis and Ned Marsh to take a 10-point lead into
the first break.
With key midfielder Ben Fitzpatrick leaving
the field with concussion it was going to be a
tough ask for the home side.
The Giants attacked early after quarter time
but two shocking misses including one from
the goal square let the Stars off the hook.
The visitors made them pay with two goals
and started to get on top, before a late goal to
the Giants cut the difference to 15 points at
the main break.
The third quarter has been the Giants’
nemesis this season and it was no different
The Stars’ running game was too much for
the Giants, who were a man down due to a
The home side’s defence tightened up in the
final minutes of the quarter but the damage
was done as Garfield took a 29-point lead
into the final change.
The Stars started the final term well and
when they goaled after a 50m penalty the
score looked like blowing out.
But the Giants continued to battle out the
contest and a move from defence paid off
when Michael Cooke marked and slotted a
The Giants held their own in the final term
but eventually fell short by 19 points.
Willie Jeffs was the Giants best, along with
Jake McMillan, Brock Dorling and Jesse Van
The Giants travel to Dalyston this week to
play for the Ian Hillberg Shield, while Gar-
field makes the short trip to Cora Lynn.
PHILLIP Island has slumped to its third loss
on the trot after going down to Koo Wee Rup by
51 points at Koo Wee Rup.
The loss saw the Bulldogs fall to eighth on the
ladder and has put the side’s finals prospects
With Jack Taylor, Shaun Everington and
Rhett O’Hara late withdrawals and Jaymie
Youle and Michael Duiker already missing, the
Bulldogs were up against it from the outset.
Koo Wee Rup got the jump in the opening
term, scoring from all of its 12 inside 50s for a
return of 6.6 to the Island’s two goals.
With a 30-point advantage at the first break,
the Demons looked in control.
The Island fought back in the second term
with 5.3 to 4.5 to reduce the deficit to 26
points, but the Bulldogs still had plenty of hard
work to do.
The third term was an arm wrestle with Koo
Wee Rup stretching their lead slightly to 29
points but the Island was still within striking
But the Demons stepped up their intensity in
the final term and ran away with the contest,
booting four goals to zero for a convincing win.
Steve Pimm finished with four goals for the
Island and Shane Taylor popped up with three,
while Brendan Kimber won plenty of the footy
through the midfield along with James Taylor
in his 100th senior game for the Island.
Now two games behind fifth-placed Koo Wee
Rup, the Island must turn its season around
fast, starting with arch rival Kilcunda-Bass.
The two sides will compete for the Eric Marks
Cup at Cowes this week.
Phillip Island’s Jimmy Taylor gathers during his 100th senior game for the Bulldogs against Koo Wee Rup on Saturday. Despite Taylor’s
best efforts, the Bulldogs went down by 51 points. Photo courtesy of Carol Ratcliff.
Koo Wee Rup’s Tim Miller gets a handball
away as he’s tackled by Phillip Island’s Co-
rey Batt in Saturday’s clash at Koo Wee Rup.
Photo courtesy of Carol Ratcliff.
Another loss hurts Island
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