Senior Men 18.4.112 defeated Power House 10.13.73
The Men headed to Power House and the beautiful surrounds of Albert Park.
A slowish start to the day however we stayed in front and with a healthy buffer for much of the contest.
A 3 goal lead at the final break led Sharky to ask James Reid to lift in the last quarter and the message sank in with Reidy managing 2 goals in quick succession to put the result beyond doubt.
Thanks to Power House for their post match hospitality and special mention of Kinga.
Best players Josh Glennie and Nick Hannah while Matty Aver kicked 6 goals in a dangerous turn up forward.
Reserves Men 10.9.69 defeated Power House 7.10.52
After more carry on than a flight to Sydney the big moment finally arrived for Aaron Kinghorn’s 300th game.
The big man did not disappoint kicking 4 goals to both bring up his 300th career goal as well win the game for the Ressies.
He was duly named BOG, special mention also to Jay Hamilton on his 100th game in red, black and green.
Seniors Women 5.4.34 defeated Old Geelong 3.5.23
A great win for the Women over Old Geelong and some seriously special goals kicked throughout the day.
The best of the lot was immediately after half time, with the girls scoring a goal within 18 seconds straight from the centre bounce on easily the biggest ground in the VAFA at Como Park.
Beth Manders was POTW while Meg Dargan starred with 37 disposals and Riley Christgoergl was super on debut going at 83% efficiency for her 22 disposals.
Yasna Cook also kicked 2 goals to help celebrate her birthday.
U19s 6.12.48 defeated by Glen Eira 10.25.85
Reserves Women – BYE