SFNL Weekend Recap

By Jarryd McGuane


ADVERT - The 5th QTR

Recap the week's action with the boys from The 5th Quarter. Listen to the podcast of the show HERE.


Division 1 - Round 4

Oakleigh District were left to rue their inaccuracy as East Malvern hung on for a six-point victory at Dunlop Reserve.

Dingley continued on with their undefeated start to the season as they left the Peanut Farm with an 80-point victory over St Kilda City.

Cheltenham got in the winner’s column for the first time this year as they defeated East Brighton by 43 points at Jack Barker Oval.

St Pauls held Mordialloc goalless for the first half as they were able to claim a 49 point victory at McKinnon Reserve.

Bentleigh overcame a three quarter time deficit to defeat Clayton at Meade Reserve by 20 points.


Division 2 - Round 5

In a game where the majority of the scoring happened at one end of the ground, Chelsea Heights defeated Highett by 13 points at Beazley Reserve.

Listen to the commentary of the Chelsea Heights vs Highett clash here.

Keyborough only kicked one goal in the first half as they were defeat by Caulfield by 100 points at Koornang Park Reserve.

Through the strength of their first half, Skye were able to defeat Black Rock by 21 points at McDonald Reserve.

A nine goal final term was enough for Hampton to get away from Springvale Districts to claim a 59-point victory at Peterson Street Reserve.

Port Melbourne Colts were able to hold Heatherton to six shots for the game to win by 65 points at Ross Street Reserve.


Division 3 - Round 5

Carrum Patterson Lakes remain without a win as Lyndale won by 66 points at Barry Powell Reserve.

In an upset of sorts, Ashwood defeated Doveton by a single point after never leading at any change at Power Reserve.

Sandown’s painful start to season continued as it was South Yarra’s turn to give them a 188-point defeat at Fritsch Holzer Park.

Dandenong joins Sandown and CPL in the winless column as they lost to Hallam by 93 points at Hallam Reserve.

Mount Waverley held onto top place on the Division 3 ladder as they defeated Lyndhurst by 48 points at Marriott Waters Reserve.

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