Under 19 Round Review

By Britt Goldsmith


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St Kilda City 23.13-151 defeated Hampton 2.6-18

St Kilda City remain a force to be reckoned with in the Under 19 competition, forbidding Hampton from standing in the way of their slick 7-0 scorecard.

A merciless City were a class above their visitors, with eight separate goal kickers inflicting the damage and contributing to their whopping 133-point feat.

Mitchell Edema was Hampton’s best, but his efforts were outnumbered by a relentless City outfit - including a highlight seven goal haul from a BOG-deserving Alex Mills.


Oakleigh District 10.16-76 defeated Endeavour Hills 4.6-30

Endeavour Hills were unable to bounce off a nail biting win in Round 6, going down to reigning premiers Oakleigh District by 46 points.

Zion Nellthropp (2018 Interleague representative) led his side to a convincing win, which left a dogged Endeavour Hills trailing increasingly at each break.

Eight individual goal kickers secured the points in a team effort for the home side, including two apiece from Jacob Garufi-Miles and Lau Bir.


Dingley 10.14-74 defeated Parkmore / Springvale Districts 4.9-33

The Dingoes bit back after a shock loss to St Kilda City in Round 6, running over third-placed Parkmore / Springvale by 41 points at Springvale Reserve.

Trailing by 44 points at the main break (0.2 to 7.4), the home side struggled against a defensive Dingley – who only let Parkmore / Springvale’s first goal slip through in the third term.

It was Dingley’s early workload which secured them the win here- as a gallant second half effort from an unsuspecting Parkmore / Springvale saw them outscore their visitors (4.7 to 3.10).

An earlier awakening of Parkmore / Springvale may have painted a different picture in this match, but the formidable form of Alex Windhager, Stefan Lamble and Remmi Faulkner-Wood (five goals) allowed the Dingoes to take the points comfortably, despite a last-minute fright.


Bentleigh 18.18-126 defeated Keysborough 7.5-47

Bentleigh retaliated after a tough loss to Parkmore / Springvale in Round 6, delivering a 79-point demolition over Keysborough.

The Demons were unruly visitors at Keysborough’s stomping ground, piling on the damage increasingly at each break.

Despite being down by 61 points heading into the last term, Keysborough returned with spark in the final hit out, pulling off an honourable effort including four goals.

However, this only to be matched and more by a brilliant Bentleigh, booting 6.6.

Hugo Ferdinand was again a standout for the winners alongside Jamie Kokoras, while Simon Marchese was a highlight for Keysborough with three goals.

Matthew Vorbach (four goals) was one of Bentleigh’s ten goal kickers.

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