The Border Watch : April 8th 2014
44 MID SOUTH EAST FOOTBALL VISIT US ONLINE borderwatch.com.au Scanlon name makes a triumphant return 4 MID SOUTH EAST 4 MID SOUTH EAST FOOTBALL VISIT US ONLINE borderwatch.com.au Scanlon name makes a triumphant return H H MID SOUTH EAST FOOTBALL VISIT US ONLIN ID SOUTH EAST FOOTBALL VISIT US ONLINE borderwatch.com.au Scanlon name makes a triumphant return H J.L. J.L. “FRED” firstname.lastname@example.org me made a triumphant return to the home team supporters had to endure the sight of new Mount Burr coach Frazer Scanlon singing the victory song. Any nerves the East Gambier recruit may have had were settled early in his coaching and MSEFL debut with a fine goal mid-way through the opening term. It helped create a 34 point LEADING THE WAY: Mount Burr’s Jamie Little leads in the race for the ball. buffer at the quarter time break as the Mozzies took full advantage of the breeze which favoured the farmland end by a few goals. The Murphies were unable to make significant inroads on the “Burr boys” lead over the ensuing three terms and the final margin was 37 points. The twin targets for the victors were Scott Bevan and Dylan Ridley with five goals apiece while Leo Sharaf was Glencoe’s most effective forward for the second consecutive week and finished with four majors. Even in the second round of 2014, the home team looks depleted by injury. The season looks to be over for B grade coach Ali Scott as he seriously injured his knee in the curtain raiser. Meanwhile, vice-captain Zacc HANDPASS OPTIONS: Mount Burr’s Scott Gamble tries to escape the clutches of Glencoe’s Zacc Cocks. Robe v Kalangadoo At Robe alangadoo Robe 3.0 0.5 8.2 4.7 11.5 8.9 15.14 (104) (57) 8.9 GOALS – Kalangadoo: T. Jones 4, A. Kilsby, M. Doody 3, A. Stone 2, C. Mules, D. Jeffree, A. Lyon; Robe: J. Dawson 4, N. Cane 2, J. Wood, S. Sawyer. BEST – Kalangadoo: J. Mules, C. Mules, A. Lyon, M. Lowe, J. Bannister, T. Jones; Robe: P. Agnew, D. Coxon, J. Wood, J. Dunn, S. Sawyer. Kalangadoo comfortable victors THE scoreboard clearly shows that Robe began and finished the game poorly and handed Kalangadoo a comfortable 47 point victory. Played at the seaside, the home team had two more scoring shots in the first term but went to quarter time 13 points in arrears. The Roosters posted five behinds while the Magpies booted three goals. Honours were chiefly shared in the second term while the red-and-whites held a slight ascendancy in the third to reduce the margin to just 14 points at the last change. Robe’s final term was not just goalless; it was also scoreless. debut on this oval in 2013 and he obviously likes the venue as he kicked a game high tally of four goals. His veteran teammates Matt Doody and Anthony (“Killer”) Kilsby each kicked three goals. For the second week in a row, Jaryd Dawson led the Rooster goalscorers with four goals. The better players for the seasiders were recruit Pete Agnew, new coach Dylan Coxon and returning player Jakob Woods. Meanwhile, the visitors maintained their work rate to add an impressive but inaccurate tally of 4.9. Teen Tyler Jones made his A grade 44 - The Border Watch, Tuesday, April 8, 2014 In a measure which may be viewed as an act of family generosity, brothers John and Chris Mules were named at the head of the list of best players. Robe travels 90km to Mount Burr on Saturday in search of its first win while second placed Kalangadoo hosts reigning wooden spooners Nangwarry. Cocks recovered from a head injury to lead the Murphies in the A grade as skipper Adam Price is on the sidelines with injury. Glencoe also summoned veteran Shane Brook into the team. It is a happy scenario at Mount Burr as veteran on-baller Jamie Little and ruckman Nick Morrison were in good touch while recruits like Tom Renzi, Shaun Withers and Scanlon had their moments. Another to impress was Jonny Agnew who has spent the past five seasons with Millicent. Although not listed in the club’s best, many onlookers sang the praises of Scanlon and said he was the team’s best four-quarter contributor. STAR RECRUIT: Former Millicent captain, Jon Agnew looks a little different in Mount Burr colours. Glencoe v Mount Burr At Glencoe Mount Burr 6.5 10.10 12.15 16.20 (116) Glencoe 1.2 6.4 9.6 12.7 (79) GOALS – Mount Burr: D. Ridley 6, S. Bevan 4, C. Murray 2, J. Gregory, F. Scanlon, T. Renzi, N. Morrison; Glencoe: L. Sharaf 4, C. Von Duve 3, A. Hentschke 2, D. Childs, T. Edwards. BEST – Mount Burr: J. Little, J. Agnew, P. Guyett, N. Morrison, D. Ridley, C. Gallio; Glencoe: M. Kasparian, Z. Cocks, A. Creek, D. Childs, D. Watson, T. Edwards. After starting the season with a bye, Mount Burr have hit the ground running and any talk of its power days being completely over may be a little premature. The Mozzies will play Robe this Saturday in a match they will start as red hot favourites. The Murphies now have a lengthy three-week break until their next match at Robe on April 26. They have a scheduled bye in Round 3 and then the competition takes a break for the Easter holiday weekend. SEASON STARTER: Mount Burr players trot out for their first game of the 2014 season.
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