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KILCUNDA-Bass has suffered another disap-
pointing defeat, this time at the hands of an up
and firing Dalyston side.
The match didn’t start off too badly for the
Panthers as Kael Bergles easily slotted a set
shot after a 50m penalty.
However, it was all Dalyston from there as
they kept the away side scoreless and booted
Despite strong efforts from Adam Miller and
Matt Edwards down back all day, the small for-
ward trio of Graham, Kirk and Parker were too
much to handle for KB and that was displayed
from the first quarter.
Once again it was all Dalyston in the second
quarter, even though they were kicking against
Basil Sibosado and Scott Braithwaite both
tried hard for the away side and did their best
to move the ball forward, however Matt Whit-
taker was too strong down back and kept the
Paul Lange went to hospital after a collision
with Tylah Osbaldeston adding to the Panthers
Carew added one more before the end of the
half and gave the Magpies a dominant 10 goal
After the break, Kilcunda-Bass came out to
play far harder than they did in the first quarter
and finally gave Dalyston a challenge.
The home side still outscored the Panthers
by 5 points however both sides had the same
amount of scoring opportunities.
Bergles kicked his second from a tight set
shot from 35 metres out to give his team mates
That hope was quickly dashed as Fisher
marked and nailed an easy set shot after a set-
up from Thornton.
Bergles responded but once again Graham
proved too good and calmly slotted one while
Clay Tait was brilliant once again for Dalyston
in the middle and he set up Parker for the final
goal of the term.
For the third time of the match, the Panthers
kicked the initial goal of the quarter but this
time it was Mitch Cochrane who slotted an easy
set shot after Bergles check-sided it to him.
The ball stayed down the Panthers end,
as Dylan Smith who tried hard in the ruck
throughout the match for KB, had a set shot on
goal but could not convert.
Yet it was all Dalyston from there as they
kicked the next 6 on the trot.
Young gun, Darcy Brosnan added one on the
run from the pocket, and so did Fisher after he
comfortably kicked a set shot.
Graham kicked his 5th of the day after he
snapped around his body and Rosendale drib-
bled one from the goal square after the ball
spilled over the top.
Rising star of the month, Michael Marotta
capped off the brilliant day and for the Magpies
as he booted Dalyston’s 6th major for the quar-
ter to make the Magpies 100 point victors.
Kilcunda-Bass will look to get back on the
winners list this week as they take on Tarwin,
which will not be an easy matchup by any stan-
Final score: Dalyston 19.15.129 d Kilcunda-
Goals: K Bergles 3, M Cochrane.
Best: A Miller, M Edwards, B Sibosado, S
Braithwaite, D Smith, D Mock.
Reserves Final score: Dalyston 41.21.267 d
Best: J Born, G Wallace, A Jerrard, B Jones,
L Smith, G Wright.
Under 18 Final score: Kilcunda-Bass 8.8.56
d Dalyston 4.7.31.
Goals: R Scapin 2, J Rosenow 2, S Bent, E
Garratt, S Watson, B Aldwell.
Best: S Watson, J Rosenow, K Cook, L Ad-
ams, J Lawrie, S Bent.
Under 16 Final score: Dalyston 7.10.52 d
Kilcunda-Bass 2.0.12. Goals: C Logan, J Nicol.
Disappointing loss by Panthers
Phillip Island Under 14 footballers performed very well in the AFNL interleague team last week. Pictured, left: Clint Wilson (co-coach),
Jarrod Anderson, Oscar Marks, Patrick Ryan, Jack Wilson. Front: Max Walton.
Island juniors play interleague
PHILLIP Island was
well represented in the
Alberton Football Net-
ball League Interleague
Under 12 and Under 14
teams which played in
the Gippsland Junior
Interleague Carnival in
Sale last week.
Ky Kleevan, Billy An-
derson, Tom Niven,
Ben Taylor and Tyce
Kleverkamp were se-
lected in the Under 12
squad, and Jarrod An-
derson, Jack Wilson,
Oscar Marks, Max Wal-
ton, Patrick Ryan, Josh
Ryan and Kirby Fuller
were included in the
Under 14 side.
was unable to play in
the carnival due to in-
Over the two days
the boys played five
games in their respec-
tive grades and the
Under 14 team made
it through to the grand
final which was played
on Sunday where they
went down to the strong
Phillip Island Under
14 coach Clint Wilson
was the joint interleague
coach with Matt Walker,
Phillip Island’s Ben Taylor chases down his bigger Sale opponent
during last week’s Gippsland Junior Interleague Carnival Under 12
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