SFNL Weekend Recap

By Jarryd McGuane

DIVISION 1 - Round 13

East Brighton came as close as they have been in 2016 to a win as they fell by 18 points to Cheltenham at Widdop Crescent Reserve.

Despite trailing at quarter time, Mordialloc ran out 21-point victors over St Pauls at Ben Kavanagh Reserve.

A goalless second quarter on the road didn’t hinder Clayton defeated Bentleigh by 18 points at Bentleigh Reserve.

Oakleigh District held on for an eight-point victory over East Malvern at Princes Highway Reserve, despite inaccuracy in front of goal.

Dingley kept St Kilda City goalless after the first quarter to come away with a 97-point victory at Souter Oval.

Check out all the weekend's Division 1 scores here.


DIVISION 2 - Round 15

Held scoreless in the first quarter, Skye would then hold Caulfield to one goal for the rest of the game to come away with a 44-point win at Koornang Park Reserve.

A six opening quarter was the difference for Murrumbeena as they defeated Black Rock by 37 points at McDonald Reserve.

Port Melbourne Colts maintained their undefeated start to the season as they defeated Highett by 57 points at Murphy Reserve.

In a low scoring affair, Hampton’s seven goals for the game was enough to hold off Chelsea Heights by 10 points at Peterson Street Reserve.

At Ross Street Reserve, Heatherton defeated Keysborough by 22 points as both sides combined for nine goals.

Check out all the weekend's Division 2 scores here.


DIVISION 3 - Round 14

Endeavour Hills put Lyndhurst behind the eight ball in the first quarter and maintained it for the rest of the match as they won by 41 points at Barry Simon Reserve.

Sandown could not maintain their first half pressure at Edinburgh Reserve, as Lyndale claimed a 42-point victory.

A goal in the second quarter was Dandenong’s only relief as South Yarra defeated the Redlegs by 44 points at Greaves Reserve.

A goalless first half by Moorabbin was too damaging, as it allowed Hallam to claim a 91-point victory at Hallam Reserve.

Mount Waverley handed another top four side a major thumping, this time with Ashwood falling to a 107-point loss at Mayfield Reserve.

Doveton Eagles extended their stranglehold over second place on the ladder as they defeated Carrum Patterson Lakes by 115 points at Roy Dore Reserve.

Check out all the weekend's Division 3 scores here.

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