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Round 9: Women's Football Review
By Sarah Radlow
HALLAM KLU-ROONG 0.2-2 V ENDEAVOUR HILLS 15.10-100
The day began with a beautiful welcome to country, smoking ceremony, didgeridoo performance and gift exchange.
The Falcons kicked the game off with five goals in the first quarter, holding Klu-Roong to two behinds for the game.
Despite the result, highlights for Klu-Roong were great performances from Amy Riordan and Alexandra Johnson on the day.
It’s hard not to mention Sarah Wallace each week, who kicked seven against Hallam. But she was fed the ball on multiple occasions by talented and speedy midfielder Laura Jonston.
NARRE SOUTH SAINTS 1.2-8 V CASEY THUNDER (1) 11.15-81
Casey Thunder travelled over to Strathaird Reserve for the first time, ready to bring out the big guns and continue their statement making season.
Casey Thunder still sit on top of the ladder with a percentage of 1228.95%, this team stands strong with only 38 points scored against them this season.
A goal from Narre South Saint’s leadership member Tali Verhoeven was the only one the team would score on the day, despite several scoring attempts.
Plenty of support for the Thunder on the side-lines pushed them towards a stunning victory, the team never letting up against the Saints.
MURRUMBEENA 5.10-40 V FRANKSTON DOLPHINS 4.3-27
The Dolphins were still on the hunt for their first win of the season and came out firing against Murrumbeena, taking control of the first quarter with the wind.
Shae Delmo had a great game in the forward line for the Dolphins, this small forward has proven herself to be one of the most dangerous ones in the competition.
Murrumbeena ran back on for the second quarter and did not let up after their slow start, gaining back control with the wind.
Lavinia Falvo has returned from injury and was giving the Frankston Dolphins backline a run for their money, a goal from this first year player helped seal the win for Murrumbeena.
BENTLEIGH 2.2-14 V EAST BRIGHTON 4.14-38
Windy conditions set the scene at King George Reserve for the final match of round one, both sides staying warm to fight the weather.
Kyra Dalman was impossible to catch through the midfield for the Vampires, pushing through packs and kicking the ball straight to their forwards.
East Brighton took the situation head on as they began the game kicking into the wind, speed and communication keeping them in front but resulting in a whopping 14 behinds.
Eilish Cooley was a star for the Demons in their backline, the New Zealand native was unrelenting and took to the Australian game with ease.
LYNDALE 2.0-12 V CASEY THUNDER (2) 9.7-61
Ladder leaders Casey Thunder made their way to Lyndale to take on the Puma’s this week, a battle of speed and strength set to take place.
Lyndale slotted both of their goals in the second quarter, Hayley Cooper moving her way through the Casey Thunder defence to score both.
Alana Bell stayed on top of Lyndale's defensive pressure, the ball magnet kicked three goals for Casey Thunder.
Lyndale have struggled to crack into the top three of the division two ladder but look determined to push on.
SKYE 1.3-9 V BLACK ROCK 7.18-60
Black Rock continued on the path of success after a big win over Skye, locking in the second spot on the ladder.
Several scoring attempts helped the Jet’s momentum towards victory. They had 25 shots on goal, however 18 of these resulted in behinds.
Molly Kay Schreenan kicked Skye’s only goal for the day and was named in the best accompanied by a best on performance from Nikayla Walker.
Bridget Pawsey was speedy through the Jet’s forward line, bringing the ball into the Black Rock forward line on multiple occasions and scoring a goal herself.
MOORABBIN/ ST PAUL'S MCKINNON 1.0-6 V CLAYTON 8.10-58
Another tough week for the Kanga-Dogs as the league newcomers came up against SFNL stalwarts in Clayton.
Moorabbin/St.Paul’s-McKinnon kicked their first goal early in the game, Stefanie Egan was great in the forward line and the girls got around her goal.
Lauren Linton kicked two goals for Clayton and earned herself a best on performance, a strong and well organised forward line set themselves up for plenty of scoring opportunities.
Clayton have now pushed themselves up to the third spot on the ladder, Moorabbin. St.Paul’s-McKinnon holding on to seventh spot by percentage over South Yarra.
SOUTH YARRA HAD A BYE