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Huon Bould displays great skill and pace as he drives the ball forward for the Bulldogs during Sunday’s Under 12 match against
too good at Bass
PHILLIP Island ventured over the bridge
to Kilcunda-Bass and came away with a
Unfortunately it was a one-sided affair
given that the home side are sadly under-
manned in this playing group and not able
to field a side of regular players.
The young Bulldogs played as they al-
ways do and that is with determination to
The side welcomed Max Newman back
from injury and he was on fire soaring for
contested marks like a bird.
With sure hands and accurate kicking he
was quickly back to form.
All the damage had been done by the end
of the first quarter with three goals to Will
Taylor-Eagles who was contesting well.
Charles Mills-Ives also grabbed his
first goal as a reward for his great efforts
around the goal square and Kirby Fuller
kicked truly to get on the score sheet as
the first quarter goals kept coming with
Hayden Smith, Jude Grace and Jack
The young Panthers had no answer
to the Island’s onslaught during the first
quarter and were kept goalless for the
In the second quarter the Islanders
came out and quickly grabbed another
goal through Mitchell Moschetti, who was
again involved in everything running out of
defence setting up the forward attack.
Kilcunda-Bass had no answer for the
Bulldogs and no tactics to combat their
This gave way to an assault on the un-
dermanned Panthers and resulted in two
more goals for the Bulldogs, one each
from Finlay Cousins and Liam Dayson.
The young Bulldogs were relentless in
the third and fourth quarters.
Kilcunda-Bass could do nothing but ab-
sorb the pressure, but to their credit they
kept playing footy and did not let their
The Bulldogs finished the game with
three more goals, two from Jess Gisling-
ham, and you have not seen anything until
you have seen this guy celebrate kicking a
goal, followed by one to Jude Grace.
Final score: Phillip Island 9.6.60 def
Goals: Phillip Island – W.Taylor-Eagles 3,
C.Ives-Mills, J.Opitz, K.Fuller, F.Cousins,
Best: Phillip Island – B.Dellevergina,
J.Opitz, W.Taylor-Eagles, M.Newman,
Kilcunda-Bass – H.Berry, L.Brock,
A.Car, M.Gatherum, Z.Conboy, T.Garry.
The young Bulldogs would have been in-
spired by the quality football played by the
Under 10 side at Bass earlier in the day
and when umpire Stewie Poustie bounced
the ball, the Pups went on the attack.
The midfield was getting many opportu-
nities with Huon Bould in control in the
ruck and Finn backing his ability to out
run his opponents and Bernie/Vince Ken-
nedy patrolling the wings.
The forwards were kept busy but were
a little inaccurate with Keegan and Tyce
finding only behinds, but when Tyce
Kleverkamp found space at half forward
he was able find Tully Dickie with a hand-
ball and he kicked truly.
Conner Hines was constantly getting the
footy out of congestion with determined ef-
forts and dished handballs off to players
in the open and Henry Peppard, who was
in everything, managed a snap out of the
pack that found the big sticks.
It was obvious to the big crowd that the
Kilcunda-Bass’ coach had asked his charg-
es to lift and this was reflected in their at-
tack on the ball.
The Island pups defended with skill and
Jett McMillian stood tall and cleared the
ball with long kicks and Dale Robertson
was selling candy and playing the game of
his season to date.
But with the ball in attack for Kilcunda-
Bass, the home side was able to score and
post their first for the day.
After a quiet first quarter, Brayden
Kleverkamp was on fire, but this quarter
was played on the young Panthers’ terms
and it was the Island defence that stood
The third quarter started with a flourish
with a great tap from Huon to Keegan who
gave off to Tully and the Bulldogs were in
The Island forwards were committed to
keep the ball in their forward line and with
an opportunist snap from nowhere, Finn
Cashman was able to score another goal
for the visitors.
Kilcunda-Bass were able to reply with a
goal against the play, which prompted the
Island goal umpire Jody Kennedy to wave
her flags with grace and flair while rezon-
ing the goal square.
Billy Anderson and Jack Speakman
were taking strong marks around the
ground, Keegan Poustie was getting the
ball out in the open and when Tyce was
able to score thanks to the good work of
Tully, the game was back in the Islands’
Huon was off with an ankle injury and
Kilcunda-Bass started to win a bit of the
ruck, but the Island in and unders Ravi,
Blake, Keegan and Henry were up to the
The coaching staff dropped the
Kleverkamp boys into defence and they set
up a wall that the Imperial Chinese Army
would have been proud of, with both boys
contracting leather poisoning for their ef-
The game became a battle of the defenc-
es with neither side able to score goals be-
fore the final whistle.
Parents and players are reminded that
this week’s game is under lights at Wont-
haggi on Friday night, starting at 6.15pm.
Final score: Phillip Island 4.9.33 def
Goals: Phillip Island – F.Cashman,
H.Peppard, T.Dickie, T.Kleverkamp.
Kilcunda-Bass – R Rilen 2.
Best: Phillip Island – B.Kleverkamp,
T.Kleverkamp, D.Robinson, K.Poustie,
Kilcunda-Bass – R.Rilen, M.Young,
J.Papas, A.Pohlen, B.Green, C.Krause.
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