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The Owen Walton Memorial
Darts Drawn Doubles
STONY Creek turned on
the weather for what was
a magnificent day for the
Panthers across all football
The fourths had a good
win just like the thirds,
with a young superstar
Brad Aldwell up from the
Under 16s starting up
forward, taking multiple
hangers and kicking 6
goals, mirroring another
gun forward Bass had a
few years ago in Ben Vague.
The Reserves had their
first win for the season
whitewashing the Creek-
The main highlight for
the day in the early game
was Danny Bettles drop-
ping an easy mark on the
boundary line and crumb-
ing his own ball, stepping
around a couple and Pe-
ter Daicos like dribbling
it along the ground for a
The Seniors game was
touted as the game of the
round with both teams
sitting atop the Alberton
Football Netball League
The instructions from
coach Endres were sim-
ple at the beginning of the
match telling the troops to
focus on intensity and de-
The boys were reminded
to enjoy the game in the
pre-game speech from
skipper Ryan Fitzgerald
due to the sacrifices that
were made by our Anzacs
101 years ago at Gallipoli
and fighting for the free-
dom that we all enjoy to-
Cutting a long story short
the game was a scrappy
contest all day with missed
opportunities in front of
The positive out of the
day, apart from the four
points, was the style of
play that coach Endres has
been drilling into the team
Mitch Cochrane kicked
3 goals and presented
extremely well from half
forward all day and Kael
Bergles had a heap of it in
the forward 50 taking his
opponent Ash Zuidema to
Luckily for the Lions
his radar was off and he
kicked 2.6 for the match.
Bass’ backline was again
strong, keeping the Stony
Creek forward line to only
2 goals for the day.
Daniel “Tony Mockbel”
Mock was the pick of the
defenders closely followed
by Dale Crawford, both
providing plenty of run off
the half backline and set-
ting up Bass’ 8.14 for the
A team effort on the last
line kept the Lions’ dan-
gerous forward Baskaya to
only one major for the day.
Final score: Kilcunda-
Bass 8.14.62 d Stony
Goals: M Cochrane 3, K
Bergles 3, R Scapin 2.
Best: C Endres, R
Fitzgerald, R Scapin, D
Mock, M Witham.
Great day for
The Under 11s started well but were
matched equally in the first quarter by
The Island girls led well in the third
quarter and stuck to their players, creat-
ing pressure down the court.
Defence was strong throughout the
fourth quarter and the goalers made the
most of all opportunities.
Best: Lexi Walton, Tahlia Moschetti
and Amelia Crooks.
Phillip Island Under 13s started with
great intercepts and defence against Da-
lyston, and kept up their strength and
enthusiasm into the second half.
They never gave up and fought out un-
til the end. Good work girls.
Final score: Phillip Island 15 d Da-
Best: Jarrah White and Harry Kallis.
Anzac award: Dallas Loughridge (Da-
The Island girls come out full of run-
ning. Defence was tight and Emma and
Lily scored some valuable goals.
The home side retained the lead in the
second quarter with strong defence and
great goal shooting.
Great team play, strong defence and
determination proved a good combina-
tion to keep the lead in the third quarter.
A terrific win by Island girls!
Final score: Phillip Island 27 d Da-
Best: Emily Lethbridge and Faith Hol-
Anzac award: Emily Lethbridge (PI).
Final score: Dalyston 54 d Phillip Is-
Best: Chelsea Vivian and Kate Kallis.
Anzac award: Anna Kurk (Dalyston).
Final score: Dalyston 47 d Phillip Is-
Best: Carly Formosa and Tahlia Wood.
Auction award: Jessi Hunter.
Anzac award: Emma Ton (Dalyston).
The Island girls began with great inten-
sity, from Narelle and Kylie in defence,
through the midcourt to superb goaling
from Mel and Katelyn.
The Island girls were well in front at
They continued their strong play
through the third quarter, however
rushed passes and a lack of focus en-
abled Dalyston to gain the advantage.
After a pause for the Anzac service and
national anthem the girls were able to re-
group and consolidate a great win.
Final score: Phillip Island 54 d Da-
Best: Narelle Lindner (Goose award).
Auction award: Kylie Van Steensel.
Anzac award: Mel Kallis (PI).
The A Grade girls knew it was going
to be a tough day at the office against a
strong Dalyston team.
After a slow start in the first quarter
the Dalyston girls jumped to a strong
lead at the first quarter break.
The home side regrouped and started
to gain some rhythm and work hard as
a team to move the ball down the court
smoothly to goalers Kelly and Taylah
who were working tirelessly around the
ring against strong defenders.
Defenders Tessa and Lawri had a
tough battle down the defensive end but
both worked hard and never gave up
trying new ways to work around their
Kate and Amber worked hard all game
throughout the mid court delivering the
ball beautifully into the shooters.
The A Grade team welcomed Chloe
Kallis into the team for her first game
in A Grade this season.
Chloe did a great job in the mid court
moving well in the attacking end and
providing pressure down the defensive
It’s now time to re-focus, stay positive
and work hard to get another win on the
board next week against Bass.
Final score: Dalyston 57 d Phillip Is-
Best: Kelly O’Neill, Taylah Turner and
Kate Steel (Goose award).
Auction award: Amber Formosa.
Anzac award: Kelly O’Neill (PI).
Phillip Island netball
at the crossroads
Phillip Island footballers and netballers line up for the special Anzac Day service conducted by the
Phillip Island RSL at the Cowes oval on Saturday afternoon. Phillip Island Football Netball Club would
like to thank the RSL and Kelly Foster for participating in the service which was held before the start of
the big clash against Dalyston.
PHILLIP Island Bulldogs are
now two wins and three losses af-
ter a 31 point loss to Dalyston at
Cowes on Saturday.
A reasonable crowed cheered
on the two sides in near perfect
conditions at the Cowes oval.
It took Dalyston just 15 seconds
to score the first goal of the match
as they looked to gain an early ad-
They added their second just
five minutes later but the Island
hit back through Beau Runnalls.
Dalyston started to have mo -
mentum rolling their way as they
added a further two goals in one
minute of play but the Bulldogs
stayed in the match with two
quick goals of their own right at
the end of the first quarter.
With Dalyston up by 14 points
at the first break the Bulldogs
needed to come back early in
the second quarter to be at any
chance of winning.
Luckily Michael Duiker deliv-
ered not once but twice, the first
after one minute and then after
Al Officer kicked the home side
into the lead after 15 minutes but
Dalyston scored late to go into the
long break up by just two points.
Half time: Phillip Island 6.3 .39
to Dalyston 6.5 .41 .
The Island went goalless in the
third quarter but they did have
plenty of opportunity dominating
the early play.
Dalyston dominated the second
half of the quarter and made the
Bulldogs pay, adding 3.6, so it
could have been a lot worse.
The Bulldogs were still in touch
with the Magpies, but it would
have to be a strong last quarter by
the home side if they were to win.
A goal to James Taylor in the
third minute gave the Island
a sniff but Dalyston quickly
squashed any chance of a come -
back as they added three goals
in five minutes to see them run
away with a convincing 31 point
Next week the Island head over
the bridge and tackle Kilcunda-
Bass at Bass in a must win game.
Final score: Dalyston 12.12.84
d Phillip Island 7.11 .53.
Goals: M Duiker 2, James Tay-
lor 2, H Moore, A Officer, B Run-
Best: H Moore, M Duiker, Jack
Taylor, M Griffin, A Duyker, J
Final score: Dalyston 17.12.114
d Phillip Island 8.4.52.
Goals: J Nicolaci 3, T Tack, B
Insall, A Redmond, R McKenzie, M
Best: A Redmond, J Nicolaci, S
Gheller, A Cook, B Field, D Lunn.
Final score: Phillip Island
12.19.91 d Dalyston 4.3.27.
Goals: F Mascitelli 4, M Freeman
2, J Pearsall 2, E Hines, S Stanley,
J Keating, K Ross.
Best: M Coghlan, S Stanley,
E Hines, J Keating, D Wilson-
Browne, J Spencer.
The Bulldog pups faced a tough
and well drilled Dalyston team in
front of a large crowd at the Cowes
ground on Saturday morning.
Dalyston started well and unsettled
the pups in the opening minutes.
The Pups’ back line was under
pressure immediately but they with-
stood the early onslaught, as they
settled quickly and started to show
glimpses of their run and carry
The Bulldogs made the Magpies
pay in the fifth minute with some
quick handballs and a strong lead
from Marvin Sellers who marked
35 metres out on a slight angle and
went back and slotted the first goal
of the day.
The rest of the quarter was a hard
fought with neither team able to get
However, the Pups managed to
score two more goals for the quarter.
Freeman kicked a great snap from
the far pocket and Nick Anderson
kicked another off the ground on the
The Pups held the Magpies score-
less for the first quarter but only
through hard, unrelenting pressure
and solid defence.
The second quarter was another
solid contest, the Pups’ pressure
and attack on the ball was intense
and some of the Magpies were obvi-
Despite this, it was the Magpies
that dominated on the scoreboard.
Their attack on the ball was excel-
lent and they were rewarded with an
They scored another two and held
the pups to one point for the quarter.
Jarred Pearsall and Billy Taylor
were the standouts for the Pups and
were well supported by Mitchell Fal-
law’s hard running and Tarq McMil-
lan’s ever improving ruck work.
The match was in the balance
at the start of the third and there
was more than a little nervousness
amongst the Pups’ supporters.
It was a very even contest all quar-
ter and the Magpies made the Pups
earn every possession.
Coach Zac Wagner made a couple
of changes early.
He sent tough nut Jack Hibbins
onto the wing to apply more pres-
sure up the ground.
Hibbo had played well in the first
half but his tackling in the third
quarter was as hard as we have seen
The rain came down mid-quarter
and the pups added two goals.
Mat Freeman got his second and
Nick Anderson flew through a pack
to take the mark of the day. He went
back and slotted a much needed
The Pups went into the fourth
quarter with a slim nine point lead.
The fourth quarter was the best
footy so far this season.
The Pups stood up well to the
physical and skilful Magpies.
Captain Brodie Anderson contin-
ues to provide strong leadership and
played well all day. Jarred Pearsall
played his best game for the year and
scored a goal early and Billy Taylor
added two goals in the quarter to put
it out of reach for the Magpies.
The Pups won by 28 points in the
end but the score does not reflect the
Billy Taylor was awarded the An-
zac medal by the match umpires.
Final score: Phillip Island 8.8.56 d
Goals: N Anderson 2, B Taylor 2,
Mat Freeman 2, M Sellers 1, J Pears-
Best: J Pearsall, B Taylor, M Fal-
law, J Hibbins, T McMillan, B An-
Phillip Island’s leading goal kicker Beau Runnalls marks strong-
ly in the forward line during Saturday’s clash with the Magpies at
Cowes. He went back to slot the Bulldogs’ second goal for the match.
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