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Under 16 Bulldog Angus Bradford shrugs the tackle to get his handball away with Jack Wilson running alongside to assist at the Cowes
oval on Saturday morning.
Disappointing loss for the Bulldogs
Phillip Island suffered back to back 50 point
losses at home, this week at the hands of Nar
It was a promising start for the Island as they
goaled inside the first minute of play through
After that Nar Nar Goon took control and lucky
for the Bulldogs they couldn’t kick straight other-
wise the quarter time deficit would have been far
greater than just 5 points.
The Island defence started to leak goals rather
than points in the second term as Nar Nar Goon
added 4 goals 4 to the Island’s 1 goal 4, with the
Bulldogs goal coming at the hands of Matt Jack-
Half time: Phillip Island 2.6.18, Nar Nar Goon
The Island fought hard in the third term but
Nar Nar Goon seemed to have all the answers.
The home side could only manage 2 goals
thanks to Steve Pimm and Leigh Warne, but Nar
Nar Goon stretched their lead to 31 points with
their 3 goals for the term.
It was a disappointing last quarter for the Is-
land as Nar Nar Goon added 4 goals to 1 to em-
barrass the Island by 50 points at the final siren.
The Island now takes on Dalyston on Sunday,
that’s right Sunday, at the kennel in the Worksafe
game of the month.
Final score: Nar Nar Goon 12.18.90 d Phillip
Goals: Phillip Island - S Pimm 2, M Jackson, L
Warne, Jack Taylor.
Fletcher 2, B Hermann 2, M Stevens, S Stocco,
Best: Phillip Island - N Higginson, S Evering-
ton, M Duiker, H Moore, B Johnston, J Andre-
Nar Nar Goon -T Payroli, T Armour, B Beck, T
Beck, B Hermann.
It was a top of the table clash against Nar Nar
Goon and the Island lads stepped up to the occa-
sion, with a great 43 point win.
Ben Hamilton was back to his best and Steve
McIntyre again chipped in with 4 goals.
Final score: Phillip Island 14.4.88 d Nar Nar
Goals: S McIntyre 4, K Taylor 3, J Nicolaci 3, J
Weir 2, M Dennerley, D Clarke.
Best: B Hamilton, J Nicolaci, J Weir, T Clee-
land, R Linford, A Redmond.
Final score: Phillip Island 5.9.39 d Nar Nar
Goals: M Freeman 2, N Anderson 1, N Duyker
1, B Sutherland 1.
Best: J Spencer, J Pearsall, B Anderson, B
Taylor, A Farrell, L Arnold.
Is a week a long time in football? Or is it differ-
ent week, different position.
Phillip Island Under 16s cruised to a 127 point
win at home against Nar Nar Goon, a 157 point
turnaround from last week’s loss against Bunyip.
Accuracy in front of goal has been an issue all
It took Jess Gislingham a matter of minutes to
put 6 points on the board, 6 more goals followed
and by quarter time the game was won.
The second quarter was a continuation of the
first, mid fielders Noah Bee Hickman, Tarquin
McMillan and Cale Farrell drifted forward all
The Goon’s onballers tried but were no match
for the Bulldogs.
Nick Anderson again was good only one goal
himself but setting up plenty for teammates.
At the other end Oscar Marks continued his
good work at full back.
Liam Wilson-Brown, best for the Island in the
first half, swapped for a Nar Nar Goon jumper at
half time to be one of their best as well.
Next week is a Sunday game at home against
Final score: Phillip Island 20.20.140 d Nar Nar
Goals: N Bee Hickman 4, M Sellers 4, C Farrell
2, T McMillan 2, B Christopher 2, Z Mattock 2,
J Gislingham, L Wilson-Brown, N Anderson, B
Best: N Bee Hickman, L Wilson-Brown, C Far-
rell, N Anderson, T McMillan, O Marks.
LIFELINE Gippsland welcomes all golfers and
non-golfers to take part in its fun-filled Charity
The day will see you meeting some interesting
personalities, sharing some great stories and,
without a doubt, having the best laugh!
The event will feature a range of golfing competi-
tions including 18 holes of Ambrose and a ‘Putt
for Show’ event.
There are sponsorship opportunities available,
welcome packs on the day and a BBQ lunch.
The Golf Day starts at the Morwell Golf Club on
Friday, July 7 with registrations open at 8.15am
for a Shot Gun tee-off at 9.30am.
“It’s not surprising that mental health issues are
becoming more widespread not only in our com-
munity, but globally as well”, says acting CEO of
Lifeline Gippsland, David Rohde.
“The effects of acts of terror, the threat of war
and cultural unrest can all have a deep impact on
one’s state of mind”.
“Lifeline’s 13 11 14 Telephone Crisis Service is
feeling the impact world issues are having on Aus-
tralians. There is a new call to Lifeline every 32
seconds, that’s more than 2200 calls a day; over
one million contacts each year”, Mr Rohde said.
Get a team together for the cause, then contact
Lifeline Gippsland with your registration details by
calling on 5136 3500 or emailing: reception@llg.
org.au by Friday 30th June 2017.
If you can’t make it on the day but would like to
make a donation, we’d love to hear from you, so
please call us!
“It makes all the difference for someone strug-
gling with the effects of a mental health condition
to know that there is always an empathic, com-
passionate person on the other end of the phone,
ready to help them cope”, concluded Mr Rohde.
More information can be found at: https://www.
Charity Golf Day coming up
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