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ROUND 18 SENIORS
GOALS, DWWWW: K. Bergles 4, A. Sigeti 3, H. Egerton 2,
J. Mentiplay, J. Phillips 1 ea.
BEST: J. Zahra, L. MacKenzie, C. McKenzie, J. Nolan,
D. Atkins, H. Egerton.
GOALS, Toora: L. Jenkins, L. Manders, J. Pintus 2 ea.
BEST: D. Mulholland, M. O’Sullivan, L. Ferguson,
R. Jaroszczuk, B. Wells, L. Jenkins.
4.6 13.12 21 .18 24.23 (167)
GOALS, Fish Creek: J. Danckert 4, B. Cooper, B. Coates,
G. Park, E. Park 3, J. Smith 2, J. Buckland, B. Harfield/
Park, T. Redpath, C. Park, J. Hayes, R. McGannon 1 ea.
BEST: T. Cameron, R. McGannon, B. Cooper,
J. Blenkinsop, G. Park, J. Danckert.
BEST, M.D.U.: M. Harris, S. James, S. Wilson,
C. Ricardo, T. Corry.
3.6 8.10 12.10 (82)
GOALS, Tarwin: D. Yawney 6, A . Murray 3, T. Toussaint
2, T. Cameron, L. Borne, T. Dobson 1 ea.
BEST: D. Yawney, T. Cameron, J. Pastura, T. Toussaint,
T. Dobson, R. O’Loughlin.
GOALS, Foster: L. Galle 6, L. Mann, T. Van Dyke 2,
L. Globan, J. Williams 1 ea.
BEST: L. Globan, T. Van Dyke, D. Granger, J. Williams,
L. Galle, J. Cook.
2.1 11 .6 13.7 19.12 (126)
GOALS, Toora: Unavailable.
GOALS, DWWWW: J. Phillips, B. Cherry 2, T. Walker 1.
BEST: T. Walker, L. Anedda, L. Butler, Z. Hanning,
K. Hanning, B. Cherry.
GOALS, M.D.U.: M. Cantwell 3, M. Lafferty 2,
A. Cummings, M. East, C. McInnes, N. Mathieson,
L. Smith 1 ea.
BEST: N. Tuckett, S. Economu, S. Mackie, M. Cantwell,
N. Mathieson, M. Hoober.
GOALS, Fish Creek: A. Wilson 2, A. Bright, L. Howard,
D. Edgar, C. Macri 1 ea.
BEST: D. Devonshire, L. Howard, R. Nicoll, D. Edgar,
C. Macri, M. Pocklington.
4.7 8.11 15.14 (104)
GOALS, Tarwin: L. Anderson 8, L. Weston 3, M. Holm,
E. O’Loughlin, V. Van Dillen, J. Carmody 1 ea.
BEST: V. Van Dillen, L. Anderson, J. Giliam, J. Carmody,
E. O’Loughlin, L. Weston.
GOALS, Foster: W. Davy, J. Midwinter 1 ea.
BEST: J. Sparkes, D. Hateley, L. Hulse, M. Brickle,
D. Angwin, N. Clarke.
Toora v Foster
Foster won by foreit.
GOALS, Fish Creek: C. Buckland 4, L. Bradbury 2,
A. Farrell, Z. Clark 1 ea.
BEST: O. Schnoor, C. Buckland, L. Thomas,
L. Bradbury, A . Farrell, Z. Clark.
GOALS, M.D.U.: S. Benra, S. Murphy, L. Smith, J. Yates,
C. Krohn 1 ea.
BEST: M. Gammon, J. Ryan, C. Krohn, B. Thorson,
J. Gourlay, J. Brown.
K. Bergles (DWWWW) 97
L. Manders (Toora) 54
K. Baskaya (S. Ck) 53
A. Bright (F. Ck) 61
L. Anderson (Tarwin) 32
N. Mathieson (MDU) 29
C. Preston (Stony Creek) 28
C. Cary (Stony Creek) 23
C. Buckland (Fish Creek) 19
THE WIND didn’t phase Tar-
win on the weekend as they
managed to defeat Foster by
two points at the Foster Show-
The Sharks’ accuracy won
them the match kicking 14
goals with just one behind to
the Tigers 12 goals 10.
Dermott Yawney was the
star for the Sharks booting
six goals and earning best on
ground honours, while mid-
fielder Andrew Murray was on
fire kicking three goals of his
Foster took the early lead
with the wind, up by three
points at the first change, but
inaccurate kicking cost them
what could’ve been a larger
Tarwin then took control
booting five goals to one in the
second term to take a healthy
19 point lead into half time.
Truck Cameron and Jordan
Pastura were superb for the
Sharks around the contest
applying constant pressure to
their Tigers opponents.
The third quarter belonged
to the Tigers who nailed five
goals but missed opportuni-
ties left the door open for the
At three quarter time the
8.10.58 to Tarwin 9.1 55, and
the game was well and truly
Just like the third, the fourth
quarter turned into a shootout
with Tarwin’s Dermott Yawney
and Foster’s Luke Galle both
kicking six goals each.
But the Sharks managed to
use the last quarter breeze to
their advantage, stealing the
win by three points.
Tarwin host Toora this week-
end while Foster will play its
second home game in a row
MDU made the journey to Terrill Park on Sat-
urday and came home with a football lesson.
The Kangaroos controlled the game from start
to finish and absolutely smashed the Demons to
the tune of 162 points.
The Kangaroos had winners all over the ground
and while supporters lucky enough to see the A
Grade Netball game were enthralled, those that
stuck with the football weren’t so lucky.
The Demons are rebuilding and definitely did
have some positive moments from the match
but they were held goalless for the second time
in a month and they will need some healthy re-
cruiting in the off season to support their good
crop of youngsters coming through the ranks.
On the other hand Fish Creek are almost at
the peak of their powers with a fantastic group
of youngsters accompanied by an equally great
group of recruits.
From the moment the game started the Kan-
garoos attacked relentlessly and it was John
Danckert that had the opening goal only a min-
ute into the match.
The Kangas added another three goals for the
quarter to go into the first break 30 points up.
The second quarter was domination by the
Kangaroos putting on a 10 goals to nothing that
had them up by 90 points at half time.
The second half was more of the same with
Fishy adding another nine goals whilst MDU got
themselves on the scoreboard with three points
to take them into the last quarter down by over
This sting had gone from the game until a cou-
ple of ordinary tackles had tempers flaring and
before you knew it a melee broke out with 80 per
cent of the players involved.
The next five minutes was red hot with plenty
of feeling in the game and spot fires erupting
This was brought back into control when one
of the melees resulted in a player from both
sides being sent from the field.
Things got back to normal and the Kangaroos
continued their attack.
MDU got close to a goal a couple of times but
just weren’t able to finish their work and when
the siren went Fish Creek had run away huge
Fish Creek has the bye next week while MDU
is off to the racecourse taking on Stony Creek.
Photographs taken by
whether they are published
or not, are available on
order from the
Korumburra and Wonthaggi
THE Alberton Football League grand final
on September 9 will be played at Meeniyan.
Management announced the finals venues
The second semi-final, played between
the top and second sides, will be played at
Toora on Saturday, August 26.
The first semi-final, between the third
and fourth ranked teams, will be played at
Fish Creek on Sunday, August 27.
Foster will host the preliminary final on
September 2. The Alberton FNL board of
management reserves the right to change
finals venues according to final ladder posi-
tions and ground conditions.
Accurate Sharks topple Tigers
Liam Eade flies for a mark in Fish Creek’s
convincing win over MDU at the weekend.
Fish Creek captain Callan Park puts the block on for teammate Jarryd Blenkinsop to
swoop on the ball at Terrill Park.
Fishy annihilate Demons
Wild day stops Bergles at 97
You’re damned if you do and damned if you don’t hold on to
Allies’ goal-kicking machine Kael Bergles as his Toora oppo-
nent Ben Willder found out on Saturday. m503117
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A great smother up the field by a
DWWWW player got the ball forward
to where big Zahra crashed the pack
and got the ball to Egerton for a key
goal right on the break.
Within seconds of the restart,
Egerton got the ball forward to Ber-
gles one-on-one where he got into
the clear to kick number 97 for the
season to put the Allies 31 points
Toora had plenty of good goers all
day, Mulholland sweeping across
from wing to wing to take dozens
of marks, Jack Weston linking up
well, Cat Grant a strong contributor,
O’Sullivan and Ferguson racking up
the touches but they missed goals
that might have ignited a fightback.
Meanwhile Bergles had numerous
chances to get the three for his ton
as team mates started to look for
him but he missed at least four good
chances in the last quarter.
It was entertaining watching him go
about his work, on a day that wasn’t
best suited to a lead-up forward.
You wouldn’t want to be his Foster
opponent next week, so to be able to
hold Bergles to only four goals in the
circumstances was probably a good
effort by Toora’s Willder.
Speaking afterwards Bergles said
he was hopeful of passing 100 goals
on the day.
“The most important thing was the
four points but I probably left a few
out there today, ” he said.
“When I get the ball I’ll look at the
options but mostly I’m prepared to
back myself in which is what I’m
there for. ”
Surprisingly he has only ever
kicked 100 goals in a season once,
121 in the Alberton league a few
years ago although he has finished
in the 90s on three other occasions
including 99 one year.
He could easily beat his own record
this year with a finals campaign to
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