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FOOTBALL | SPORT
FOOTBALL | SPORT
MARK Graham of Stony Creek FNC was
found guilty of misconduct (striking) at a tri-
bunal hearing last week as a result of a report
in the Under 18 match MDU versus Stony
Creek on June 11.
Graham was suspended for three weeks plus one week for
non-attendance at the tribunal, a total of four weeks.
The netball tribunal found Fish Creek coach Graeme Wat-
kins guilty of abusing an umpire in the 17 and Under match ver-
sus Foster on June 11, 2016 and suspended him for one week.
AFNL tribunal hearing
Drouin 15.12.102 d
Warragul 16.13.109 d
Maffra 9.15.69 d
Moe 15.11.101 d
Maffra 18.14.122 d
Bairnsdale 16.10.106 d
Moe 25.12.162 d
Maffra 15.15.105 d
Bairnsdale 5.11.41 d
Moe 17.8.110 d
Sale 10.5.65 d
Leongatha.... 9 0 0 334.80 36
Maffra......... 8 2 0 141.65 32
Traralgon ..... 6 3 0 139.51 24
Warragul ..... 5 5 0 90.86 20
Won Power...4 5 0 90.50 16
Moe................ 4 6 0 87.80 16
Bairnsdale ...... 4 6 0 73.77 16
Drouin ............ 3 6 1 80.73 14
Morwell ..........2 6 1 63.89 10
Sale ................ 2 8 0 70.44 8
Bairnsdale ... 9 0 0 348.46 36
Traralgon ..... 6 1 0 277.23 24
Moe ........... 6 4 0 252.65 24
Maffra......... 6 3 0 204.32 24
Leongatha .... 5 3 0 210.56 20
Morwell ..........2 4 1 38.74 10
Sale ................ 2 7 0 34.38 8
Warragul ........1 8 0 22.83 4
Drouin ............ 0 8 1 29.20 2
Won Power ....0 3 0
WLD % Pts
Leongatha.... 8 0 0 366.99 32
Maffra......... 6 3 0 254.60 24
Traralgon ..... 6 2 0 193.62 24
Won Power... 5 3 0 168.55 20
Moe ........... 5 4 0 112.50 20
Drouin ............ 4 4 0 100.23 16
Warragul ........2 7 0 31.03 8
Morwell ..........1 7 0 47.06 4
Sale ................ 1 8 0 20.93 4
Bairnsdale ...... 0 0 0
Moe ........... 9 1 0 514.14 36
Traralgon ..... 8 1 0 583.05 32
Bairnsdale ... 7 2 0 169.02 32
Leongatha.... 7 2 0 247.35 28
Sale ........... 6 4 0 111.29 24
Maffra ............ 4 6 0 70.55 16
Warragul ........3 7 0 58.88 12
Drouin ............ 2 8 0 47.60 8
Won Power ....1 7 0 16.01 4
Morwell ..........0 9 0 16.74 0
Round 13: June 25
Dalyston v MDU
DWWWW v Fish Creek
Tarwin v Phillip Island
I-K v Stony Creek
Foster v Kor-Bena
Kilcunda-Bass v Toora
Round 10: June 25
Hill End v Yarragon
Yinnar v Trafalgar
Thorpdale v Boolarra
Newborough v Morwell East
Yall-Yall Nth v Mirboo North
Round 10: June 25
Leongatha v Traralgon
Morwell v Wonthaggi (Sun)
Round 11: June 25
Ellinbank v Longwarry
Poowong v Lang Lang
Dusties v Catani
Nilma Darnum v Buln Buln
Cora Lynn v Nar Nar Goon
Bunyip v Neerim South
Nyora v Garfield
Koo Wee Rup - bye
Phillip Island 9.10.64
Kilcunda-Bass Goals: K. Bergles 5,
B. Vague 2, D. Crawford 1, D. Clay 1,
J. Dakin 1, K. Rigby 1
Phillip Island Goals: S. Seddon 3, J.
Darcy 2, A. Duyker 1, J. Taylor 1, J.
Youle 1, M. Duiker 1
Kilcunda-Bass Best: B. Law, R.
Fitzgerald, M. Edwards, J. Jensen,
K. Bergles, S. Braithwaite
Phillip Island Best: B. Kimber, M.
Griffin, S. Seddon, H. Moore, J.
Youle, J. Van Zanen
Phillip Island 21.17.143
Leading Goalkicker: M. Wright 4
PI Best: M. Jones, H. Shawcross, D.
Larsson, A. Redmond, A. Rodgers,
KB Best: N. Mitchell, A. Pugh,
B. Jones, A. Jerrard, K. Cook, T.
Phillip Island 6.5.41
Leading Goalkickers: M. Freeman
2, L. Adams 2
PI Best: J. Keating, S. Stanley, D.
Wilson-Browne, J. Sanna, E. Hines,
KB Best: J. Lawrie, J. Bastwrous, T.
Burgess, S. Casey, J. Bastwrous, J.
Phillip Island 6.5.41
Leading Goalkicker: W. Semple 3
PI Best: N. Bee-Hickman, W. Sem-
ple, B. Anderson, R. Weinzierl, C.
Farrell, T. McMillan
KB Best: A. Honeysett, J. Rosenow,
B. Aldwell, J. Bastwrous, D. Taylor,
Inverloch-Kongwak Goals: B. Hen-
der 4, T. Mahoney 4, A. Soumilas 3,
M. Billows 2, L. McMillan 2, W. Heth-
erington 1, D. Lawton 1, T. Lomax 1,
D. Clark 1, T. Wyatt 1, A. Cross 1
M.D.U. Goals: J. McMillan 1, T. Mc-
Inverloch-Kongwak Best: A. Soumi-
las, B. Hender, T. Mahoney, D. Clark,
A. Cuff, C. Terlich
M.D.U. Best: T. Corry, R. Olden, B.
Thomas , K. Baker, J. McMillan, M.
Leading Goalkicker: P. Jobling 5
IK Best: W. Blundy, S. Zammit, C.
Spencer, J. Ivanic, J. Truman, B.
M.D.U. Best: S. Heppell, P. Harris,
J. Bolge, T. Harris, T. O’Loughlin,
Leading Goalkickers: C. McInnes 5,
H. McInnes 5
IK Best: O. Toussaint, R. Sparkes,
J. Scott, O. Hutton, O. Collett, L.
M.D.U. Best: T. Sauvarin, B. Amato,
S. Forrester, D. Clark, J. Van der
Kolk, L. Harris
Leading Goalkickers: T. Murray 3, T.
IK Best: T. Scarce, A. Box, Z. Reid,
J. Bates, R. Coleman, T. Murray
M.D.U. Best: B. Hastings, S. Benra,
D. Mancarella, J. Hastings, W. Mc-
Donald, J. Yates
chances at finals are
just about over, fol-
lowing a nine point
loss to local rivals
Kilcunda Bass at the
Kilcunda Bass domi-
nated the first quarter; tak-
ing full advantage of the
Island’s skill errors and
making them pay on the
Ben Vague scored the
first goal for the Panthers.
Two more goals were
scored before Phillip Is-
land struck back with a
goal from Jack Taylor.
Kilcunda Bass kicked a
wak absolutely soared
above its competition
at home on Saturday
when it took on MDU
for Round 12.
Forward Brad Hender
got the Sea Eagles off to
a great start when he man-
aged to boot four majors in
the first term, putting the
home team at a 30 point
advantage going into the
IK did not let injuries
get in the way of playing a
stellar game, with players
banding together in a bid
to make Mark Billows’
300th game with the Se-
niors one to remember.
I/K backman David
Newman joined on ballers
Josh Clottu and Corey
Casey on the bench with
injuries while Clinton Mc-
Caughan returned to the
The Demons certainly
felt the pressure in the sec-
ond term with IK refusing
to let its visitors put a sin-
gle point on the board.
With the help of An-
drew Soumilas and Toby
Mahoney the Sea Eagles
pulled ahead to a 56
point lead at the half time
Zane Javier made
up for IK’s injuries and
proved his worth while
MDU’s Jake McMillan
and Thomas McDermott
tried their hardest to close
in on IK’s lead, each boot-
ing a major in the game.
IK did not slack off in
the second half despite the
comfortable margin and
managed to score another
six goals in the third quar-
ter, taking its score up to
103 with the help of Lucas
MDU only managed
one major and two be-
hinds in the third term and
continued to lag behind.
Sensing its impend-
ing defeat, MDU only put
three points on the board
in the final stretch of the
game, finishing up on a
118 point loss to the Sea
Billows was pulled
from the back to play at
forward in the final quarter
and managed to kick two
goals late in his milestone
The final score saw IK
dominate on 137 to 19.
Andrew Soumalis was
rewarded for his strong
game and scored best on
as the side held its place at
the top of the ladder.
IK will take on Stony
Creek at home this week-
end. While the Lions sit at
sixth on the ladder, it did
defeat IK earlier on in the
season and the winning
Sea Eagles hope to redeem
itself as it continues on its
Steal: Kilcunda Bass’ Gavin Wallace loses his grip
on the ball after a strong tackle by Phillip Island’s
Robert Linford took him down in the Reserves
match on Saturday.
Phillip Island miss out
late goal to go into the first
break up by 17 points.
The Island found its
way back into the game
with goal to James Darcy in
the second term, but could
only manage four more be-
hinds for the quarter.
Luckily for the Island,
Kilcunda Bass could only
add two majors to increase
its lead to 21 points at the
half time break.
Kilcunda Bass piled on
the pressure early – led by
a strong defensive team of
Scott Braithwaite, Matt Ed-
wards and midfielder Ryan
Fitzgerald – in the third
term as it added four goals
to one up until the 20 min-
ute mark of the quarter.
From there the Island
took over, adding three late
goals from Michael Duiker,
Jaymie Youle and Simon
Seddon to go into the final
term with momentum.
The Island started to
put a scare through the
Kilcunda Bass camp as
it started to dominate the
Kilcunda Bass’ motiva-
tion died off and the Island
regained some of its old
confidence and were diffi-
cult to stop.
With Seddon adding
two unanswered goals and
Darcy putting up his sec-
ond, the Island had sud-
denly dragged the margin
back to just nine points.
The Island couldn’t find
the couple of late goals
needed to win the game,
but tried hard all the way
until the end.
Phillip Island finished
the game with 64 points to
Kilcunda Bass’ 73.
Next week the Island
head to Tarwin in a game
that it needs to win to keep
its slim finals hopes alive.
Kilcunda Bass will
meet Toora in its first clash
for the year.
Soaring: Inverloch-Kongwak’s Tom Mcqualter
shrugged off MDU’s Matt Harris in Saturday’s
match at Inverloch.
• Phillip Island v Kilcunda-Bass
• Inverloch-Kongwak v MDU
Foster Goals: J. Hanlon 4, N. Con-
nellan 3, D. Granger, C. VanDyke,
J. Toner, M. Comben, B. Tagg, M.
Cooke, B. Bowden
Toora Goals: R. Robertson 2, M.
O’Sullivan 1, C. Hanratty 1
Foster Best: M. Clark, C. VanDyke,
S. Chaseling, N. Connellan , M.
Howell, J. Toner
Toora Best: M. O’Sullivan, J.
Weston, B. Scarcella, J. Pintus, T.
Allott, R. Robertson
Leading Goalkicker: J. Maurilli-
Toora Best: S. Vening, M. Hilder, J.
Maurilli-Pullin, T. Koolen, N. Nich-
olls, A. Hewson
Foster Best: D. Hateley, N. Clarke,
J. Sparkes, R. Prain, M. Campbell,
A COUPLE of game changing
injuries knocked Toora off its
feet, but Foster was the clear
winner from the get go.
The local rivals took the ground
and played a strong game in commem-
oration of Toora’s 125th anniversary
and Foster did not hold back.
From the first whistle Foster sprang
into action, and doubled Toora’s score
in the first quarter.
Despite Foster’s early lead, Toora
was well in the game until half time,
but rapidly began to slow its pace.
Toora welcomed former AFL Mel-
bourne player Russell Robertson to the
ground, who contributed two goals to
Robertson has signed off on play-
ing two more games and may play
agree to play more.
Regardless of the injuries, Foster
had its eyes on the win and outplayed
Toora right throughout the game.
The Tigers continuously beat Toora
with turnovers and easily moved the
ball into its scoring zone.
Centre half forward Lukas Jenkins
was the first injury of the match and
was forced off the ground with an in-
jured knee in the first quarter.
He was soon followed by goalkick-
er Luke Manders, who also came off
the ground with an injury in the second
Michael O’Sullivan and Jack
Weston held strong in Toora’s defence,
but were no match for the goal kick-
ing skills of Foster ’s Joel Hanlon –who
brought home four goals – and Nick
Connellan, who scored three.
By the final siren, the Tigers had
well and truly outshined Toora and left
the match with 93 points to Toora’s
Toora will take on Kilcunda Bass
next week, and the injuries will deter-
mine how well it will stack up.
Foster will battle against Korum-
burra Bena on its home turf.
Foster rise above Toora
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