SFNL Weekend Recap

By Jarryd McGuane

DIVISION 1 - Gameday Mouthguards Round 3

St Pauls started strongest and maintained the dominance throughout as they defeated East Brighton by 109 points at McKinnon Reserve.

At Ben Kavanagh Reserve, a strong six goal opening quarter proved to be influential for Mordialloc as they defeated East Malvern by 56 points.

In a tight back and forth affair at Bentleigh Reserve, Bentleigh were able to hold onto a six point victory over St Kilda City.

In a game where both sides had the same amount of shots on goal, Oakleigh District proved more accurate as they won by 10 points over Clayton at Princes Highway Reserve.

Dingley remain on top of the ladder undefeated as they were 26 points too strong for Cheltenham at Souter Oval.

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DIVISION 2 - Gameday Mouthguards Round 4

A strong third quarter for Chelsea Heights overturned a half time deficit to defeat Hampton by 23 points at Beazley Reserve.

Skye were able to hold off a fast finishing Caulfield to claim a five point victory at Carrum Downs Recreation Reserve.

After a slow start, Keysborough dominated in the second and third quarter to defeat Heatherton by 16 points at Keysborough Reserve.

Murrumbeena came back from a goalless first quarter to keep Black Rock winless for the season, winning by 28 points at Murrumbeena Reserve.

Port Melbourne Colts maintained their undefeated run to the season as they defeated Highett by 25 points at Turner Road Reserve.

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DIVISION 3 - Gameday Mouthguards Round 4

After a tight first half, Lyndale were able to kick away from Endeavour Hills to win by 21 points at Barry Simon Reserve.

A strong start at home was not enough for Sandown to get their first victory of the year, as Moorabbin left Edinburgh Reserve with a 52 victory.

Ashwood maintained their spotless record on the road this season as they handed Dandenong a 111 point defeat at Greaves Reserve.

Hallam cemented their top two position on the ladder as they defeated South Yarra at Hallam Reserve.

On the back of 10 goal third quarter, Mount Waverley upset Doveton by 60 points to take top spot on the ladder.

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