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Round 8: Women's Football Review
By Sarah Radlow
EAST BRIGHTON 8.7-55 V NARRE SOUTH SAINTS 3.4-22
A tough contested match between these two teams took place on Friday night, the score leaning towards either team on multiple occasions.
Brea Quinlivan kicked two goals for East Brighton, working herself through the play with determination and kicking her last goal from deep in their forward pocket.
Young on-baller Haylee Mortimer was quick through the middle with penetrating kicks into the saints forward line, showcasing her skills learnt with the Gippsland Power Girls Futures Squad.
An incredibly dominant final term from the Vampires secured their victory, ultimately running harder to the ball and slotting several great goals in front of ecstatic supporters.
FRANKSTON DOLPHINS 4.0-24 V BENTLEIGH 7.8-50
Bentleigh made their way to take on the Frankston Dolphins and fought against the odds on Saturday morning, the Demons missing a bench due to an unforgiving flu season.
The Dolphins started the game with a lucky goal, dribbling past Bentleigh’s full back and right between the big sticks.
Bentleigh’s Olivia Telfer was on the big stage for all 4 quarters, rucking for the Demons and getting her boot to the ball on multiple occasions.
Shaeleiah Delmo played a great game for the Dolphins in their forward, putting her head over the ball and managing to kick one of the teams four goals on the day.
ENDEAVOUR HILLS 1.6-12 V CASEY THUNDER (1) 7.13-55
A rough day out for Endeavour Hills as the Falcons hosted Casey Thunder on a windy Sunday afternoon at home.
Casey Thunder started the game with a bang, maintaining pressure through the corridor and pushing through a strong Endeavour Hills defence.
Inaccuracy troubled the Falcons with 5 behinds scored in the second quarter, Sarah Wallace scoring their only goal against the Thunder.
Key forward Lana Fullwood kicked two goals for Casey Thunder, Kayla Cottrell looked dangerous through the midfield having a best on ground performance for the pink and black.
HALLAM 0.1-1 V MURRUMBEENA 5.8-38
Murrumbeena made their way to Hallam Reserve following a tough loss to Endeavour Hills, the Lionesses on the prowl for a big win.
Hallam have had a tough start in division one, never once outing their heads down but unfortunately getting out classed around the ball.
The Hawks kicked their only point of the match in the third quarter, Chloe Marquison leading Hallam through the tough game with a great performance.
Murrumbeena’s defence was impenetrable club stalwart Hannah White putting on a show through the midfield and into the forward line on multiple occasions.
SOUTH YARRA 0.3-3 V LYNDALE 12.10-82
South Yarra were back in action after being forced to forfeit their previous match against Casey Thunder due to a lack of numbers.
Stephanie Chong pushed the Yarras through another tough game, the team continues to work together to better themselves throughout the 2022 season.
Lyndale kicked an impressive twelve goals on the day, hammering the final nail in the coffin with three goals in the final term.
Fan favourite Puma Alesha Thorne had a great day out for Lyndale, named in the best for a great performance highlighted by three goals.
BLACK ROCK 7.5-47 V CASEY THUNDER (2) 1.0-6
The Jets were up and about after a great win over Casey Thunder at home, kicking three quick goals in their first term.
The Thunder were unable to catch up after an early show of strength from Black Rock, kicking their only goal in the final term.
Caitlyn Bonney continues to shine for Casey Thunder, leading the team through a tough game with her head held high.
Tall talent Georgia Howes has become a fan favourite at MacDonald Reserve, kicking three goals and leading the best for Black Rock.
SKYE 4.7-31 V MOORABBIN/ ST PAUL'S MCKINNON 4.4-28
Moorabbin/St.Paul’s McKinnon had their closest game yet, coming together for a sensational performance against Skye.
The undermanned Moorabbin/St.Paul’s McKinnon side lined up again for what was going to be a tough match, only having 13 girls on the day.
Tabatha Jones kicked one of Skye’s four goals, while Carlee Cassap and the Bomber’s leadership group ensured girls were level-headed throughout the close game.
While the Kanga-Dogs are still yet to secure their first win in their inaugural year, players like Bianka Tsan never gave less than 100% for the team all day.
had a Bye