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Men’s results, Tuesday, June 7: Par.
Matt Thompson off H/C (3) won with a
wonderful plus 4, on a countback from
Gerald Taylor H/C (16).
Mark Hill, Nigel Firth and Hugh Cum-
ming came in square.
NTP: 5th Brian Rennie, 7th Don Chap-
man, 10th John Maglica, 17th Marcus
9 holes: Regardless of the threat of
showers, 12 players eager to show their
prowess teed off.
Rob Pascoe (14) won on countback
from Ron Hateley (35) and Lance Reid
(36) all at plus 2. Ball cut off at plus 2.
NTP was Rob Pascoe.
There will be a full report and pho-
tos from the June tournament in next
Wednesday, June 8: Stableford. Win-
ner Judy Henry H/C (24) 35 points, r/
up Glenda Longshaw H/C (22) 33 points,
3rd Norma Corr H/C (36) 33 points.
NTP: A Grade Rhonda Boyd, B Grade
Wendy Hamilton, C Grade Pat Watt. Next
week’s event is Stableford.
down by 5 points
PHILLIP Island went down by just
5 points to Inverloch-Kongwak in
wet conditions at the Cowes oval on
The Sea Eagles started the game
in control adding 3 unanswered
goals before the Island scored their
first through Beau Runnalls 21 min-
utes into the quarter.
The visitors held a handy 14 point
lead at the first break.
The Bulldogs fought back early,
only to be outscored 2 goals to 3
in a tight second term, as Inver-
loch stretched their advantage to 20
points at the long break.
Half time: Phillip Island 3.2.20 to
Although it wasn’t great spectator
footy in the third term it was tough
footy and scoring was restricted to
just 1 goal for the whole quarter and
this came through the Island’s Jake
The Bulldogs had closed the mar-
gin to 15 points with still a quarter
The home side came out firing in
the last quarter and piled on the
scoreboard pressure with 2 goals in
the first four minutes.
But the visitors kept their heads
to hold on for a 5 point victory.
Final score: Inverloch-Kongwak
8.7.55 d Phillip Island 7.8.50.
Phillip Island goals: B Runnalls
3, J Weir, S Seddon, J Youle, J
Taylor. Best: J Taylor, M Griffin, R
Marshall, J Van Zanen, Z Wagner, S
O’Reilly 3, T Mahoney 2, C Casey,
L Rankin, L McMillan. Best: C
O’Reilly, D Reid, M Billows, E Mac-
Phie, A Soumilas, D Clark.
Reserves final score: Inverloch-
Kongwak 8.2 .50 d Phillip Island
3.5 .23. Goals: J Nicolaci 2, A Red-
mond. Best: A Redmond, J Nico -
laci, C McPhillips, H Shawcross, M
Johnes, R McKenzie.
Under 18s final score Phillip Is-
land 10.14.74 d Inverloch-Kong-
wak 5.3.33. Goals L Arnold 2, F
Mascitelli 2, A Duyker 2, T Officer
2, Z Jankowicz, A Farrell. Best J
Keating, D Wilson-Browne, L Ar-
nold, Z Jankowicz, S Stanley, L
It was wet, cold and slippery at the
Cowes oval early Saturday morn-
ing when the Bulldog pups took on
the in-form Inverloch-Kongwak Sea
The ground has taken a beating
over the last week with heavy rain
and hundreds of Auskick kids run-
ning around on Friday night.
The pups have not played a lot of
wet weather football recently and
the conditions, including the rain
which was coming in sideways and
the soft and muddy ground only
added to the challenge.
The pups started well with Tarq
McMillan winning the first tap and
the Island midfielders driving the
ball quickly forward.
Unfortunately they only managed
a point handing possession to I-K.
The Sea Eagles are a good side
and moved the ball well despite the
conditions but they were unable to
penetrate the pup’s defence early in
The home side’s pressure around
the contest was outstanding.
Brodie Anderson led the way and
was well supported by Noah Bee-
Hickman who continues improve
and read the football well all match.
Jarrod Pearsall left the ground in-
jured after a fair but strong bump
and did not return to the field. The
game settled to a scrappy affair as
the rain started to pelt down.
The pups struggled to get clean
possession but continued to move
the ball forward any way they could.
They were rewarded mid quarter
when Brandon Lloyd found himself
in the right spot as I-K’s full back
tried to clear the ball from the square.
Brandon snapped and scored the
only goal for the quarter.
Despite their pressure and obvi-
ous skill I-K were unable to score in
the first quarter.
The Sea Eagles came out more de-
termined in the second quarter.
They hit the contests harder and
their tackling pressure was intense.
They repeatedly tried to break
free but could not get through the
Bulldog’s defensive six.
Tarq McMillan continued to dom-
inate the ruck and Chip Anderson
The ball was water logged and
heavy and both teams fumbled at
The pups had chances but strug-
gled in the conditions and were in-
accurate in front of goals.
They added 4 points in the sec-
ond quarter before their persever-
ance paid off with a goal from Nick
The Sea Eagles worked hard but
were only able to manage a single
point in the first half.
At half time, coach Zach Wagner
told the pups I-K were not done and
warned the boys not to slacken off.
His prediction proved accurate as
I-K turned the game on its head and
dominated the third quarter kick-
ing 2 goals 2 points as the pups ap-
peared to go to sleep.
They bounced back late in the
quarter with a captain’s goal from
Chip Anderson that gave them a
much needed lead going into the fi-
Cale Farrell and Riley Weinzierl
were excellent down back and pre-
vented the Sea Eagles from scoring
on multiple occasions.
The fourth quarter was a fierce
battle with neither side dominating.
I-K seemed to manage the con-
ditions better and had some good
passages of play with quick hand-
balls and a strong running game but
the pup’s determination and pres-
sure held them at bay.
I-K managed to score another
point but were held tightly again by
the pup’s defence.
Jai Asbury played well up front
and continually provided options.
He capitalised on a loose ball in
the goal square in the first minutes
of the final quarter, kicking a goal
off the deck to give the home side a
I-K tried hard but the pups didn’t
give an inch and held on for a good
win. The scoreboard did not reflect
the nature of the contest.
It was a good win and should give
the young Bulldogs some confi-
dence heading into the second half
of the season.
Final score: Phillip Island 4.8.32
d Inverloch-Kongwak 2.4.16.
Goals: J Asbury 1, B Anderson 1,
N Anderson 1, B Lloyd 1.
Best: B Anderson, N Bee-Hick-
man, T McMillan, R Weinzierl, C
Farrell, J Asbury.
KILCUNDA-Bass had a massive
150 point win over Korumburra-
Bena on Saturday.
The Giants looked like they could
make the game competitive when
Brock Dorling kicked the first goal
of the day.
quick to respond and they booted
the next 5 goals sparked by Ryan
Fitzgerald’s classy finish.
Riley Scapin added another,
along with Kael Bergles and even
long-time backman Dale Crawford
It wasn’t all good for the Panthers,
with young-gun, Riley Scapin land-
ing awkwardly on his ankle, keeping
him out for the rest of the match.
Korumburra-Bena added one
more point before the quarter fin-
ished, which would be their last
score for the day.
With his team 30 points up at
quarter time, Fitzgerald added 2
more goals to his tally.
Jacob Dakin who was strong all
day snagged another one along with
former Giant, Scott Braithwaite.
Returning to the side, Ben Law was
handy in the ruck for Bass and the
mids and forwards were reaping the
benefits all day.
With the continuous entries into
the Giants defensive 50, Rhys Dixon
and Nick Besley were solid down
back only keeping the Panthers to 6
goals for the quarter.
Bergles kicked another 2 just
before the main break to give the
home side a 70 point lead.
The Panthers remained hungry
after the break with Bergles get-
ting hit up early from a strong lead.
Just a minute after he finished well,
Bergles passed off to Daikin who
kicked truly from 40 out on a slight
Bergles extended his lead on the
goal-kicking tally after nailing a set
shot from straight in front. Giants’
youngster, Cam Trewin played a rip-
per on the wing against classy oppo-
nent, Danny Wells who was playing his
100th senior game for Kilcunda-Bass.
Yet, it was Wells who hit the score-
board after receiving a handball
from Bergles in the goal square.
After Dakin hit up Crawford on
his left around the 50-metre line, a
50-metre penalty was paid against
the Giants, easily giving Crawford
his 3rd for the day.
Nevertheless, Bergles was not
finished, adding 3 more majors,
including one snap over his head
from the pocket and a very tight
angled set shot.
Returning to the senior side for
the first time since 2012, Jade Jen-
sen finished well on the run to cap
off the 9 goal quarter.
In the final term, the Giants
launched some solid attacks off the
back flank with the help of James
Fowles and Peter Hicks who were
solid all day.
Jesse Van Rooye presented well
down forward, but Matt Wright was
also very handy keeping him goal-
Fitzgerald kicked his fourth after
he broke through a pack and clev-
erly snapped on his left.
Wells added one more to cap off
his milestone game and Bergles,
who is the 5th leading goal-kicker in
Vic Country football, added 2 more
for a grand total of 10 before the fi-
nal siren, leaving the Panthers 150
Next week, Kilcunda-Bass will
head to Phillip Island, where they
will face a side desperate to keep
their finals hopes alive.
24.12.156 d Korumburra-Bena
Goals: K Bergles 10, R Fitzgerald
4, D Crawford 3, J Dakin 2, D Wells
2, S Braithwaite, R Scapin, J Jen-
Best: J Dakin, K Bergles, D Craw-
ford, M Wright, D Wells, B Law.
Reserves Final score: Kilcunda-
Bass 10.5.65 d Korumburra-Bena
Goals: T Keating 5, D Bettles 2, J
Robinson, C Elliott, D Case.
Best: T Keating J Born, G Wallace,
C Elliott, M Camm, A Jerrard.
Under 18 Final score: Korum-
burra-Bena 3.3.21 d Kilcunda-Bass
Goals: S Casey, R Cousins.
Best: S Casey, R Taylor, S Watson,
J Rosenow, J Bastwrous, A Brown.
Under 16 Final score: Korum-
burra-Bena 3.1.19 d Kilcunda-Bass
Goals: J Rosenow, L Alford. Best:
J Bastwrous, S Bent, N Bradley, J
Rosenow, L Alford, A Honeysett.
Massive win for Panthers
The San Remo Under 10 Black Thunder team is pictured, from left, Ruby
Mewett, Xavier Osmond, Lawson Densley, Tyrese Densley, Levi Boost, Austin
Finlayson and Sid Mewett (coach).
heating up on the court
PHILLIP Island and District Basket-
ball Association competitions at Cowes
and San Remo once again produced
some great results this week.
The players are settling in to their
teams and really coming up with some
great plays on the court. The sports-
manship is wonderful to see.
At Cowes in the U10 boys, Yellow
36ers def Red United by 4, Blue Wild-
cats defeated Black Breakers by 10.
The Cowes U12/14 boys Black Spurs
won def Blue Kings by 9, while Red
Bulls def Royal Blue Hawks by 26.
In the U12 girls at Cowes, Blue Pan-
thers had their first win over Navy
Spirit by 5, while Purple Lynx def Yel-
low Boomers by 14.
In Cowes U14 girls Red Lightning
def Blue Stars by 29, and Royal Blue
Capitals won narrowly from Yellow
Fire by 4.
At San Remo, the U10 mixed Black
Thunder defeated Royal Clippers by 8,
while Gold Nuggets drew with the Red
In the U12 mixed Black Raptors def
Yellow Rockets by 16 with the Royal
Warriors also winning their game
against the Red Blazers by 16 points.
In the U14 mixed, the Yellow Suns de-
feated the Blue Nets by 6 points while
the Red Jazz def Black Wizards by 28
In the U16 mixed teams, the Red Heat
defeated Black Hornets by 10 points
and Light Blue Lakers had a 21 point
win over Royal Celtics.
The U19 boys Red Bulls had a
20-point win over Yellow Hawks while
the Blue Knicks defeated the Black
Mavericks by 7 points.
Yellow Suns defeated Blue Knicks by just 6 points in the Under 14 mixed
competition played at San Remo last week. Pictured back left, Dale Robinson,
Raynoo Nancarrow, Seth Bee-Hickman, Astro Evans, Shane Jolly (coach).
Front, Jack Papas, Cooper Jolly and Mitchell Moschetti.
Phillip Island golf
Rob Pascoe was the winner of the
nine holes competition, played at Phil-
lip Island Golf Club last Tuesday.
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