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1 ACROSS MY DESK Red Onion Creative Ballarat FNL Operations Manager Scott Carey Gambling s Not A Game Round This weekend is Gambling s Not A Game Round in the Ballarat Football Netball League as all clubs band together with the aim to counter the growing culture of gambling in clubs by encouraging and supporting responsible and healthy club environments. The BFNL this year has continued its partnership with the Victorian Responsible Gambling Foundation, after the successful roll out of the Responsible Gambling Awareness sessions across all of our clubs last season. Last year s program aimed to: - Help clubs preserve the essence of their sport by separating gambling from sports - Shift the focus back to the love of the game and not the odds - Minimise young people s exposure to gambling activities and advertising - Increase awareness of the risks associated with gambling - Help prevent problem gambling and related harm; and - Raise awareness of Gambler s Help services As part of the program, clubs signed and adopted the Responsible Gambling Charter which is a document that is a commitment to minimising the exposure of gambling activities and advertising to young people and to raise awareness about the potential risks of gambling in the club community. This year clubs undertook a new pilot Charter Champion Training that has been developed as an expansion to the current Responsible Gambling Awareness and Sporting Clubs Program offered. The idea behind the training is to refresh our club Charter Champions understanding of the Sporting Clubs Program, and of the Responsible Gambling Charter BFNL clubs signed. It is aimed at building the skills and knowledge of the Charter Champions at our clubs around the current gambling environment and why young people - especially those interested in sport - are at higher risk. It also aims to ensure that your club s Charter Champions are aware of the help and support services available. Participation at the session was excellent and all clubs are committed to continue to roll out the program in support of the key message the program portrays. Go to the Victorian Responsible Gambling Foundation website for more information on the Gambling Is Not A Game website - Robert Allan Medal, Youth Girls Presentation Night and Henderson Medal Tickets just around the corner! It must be getting close to the business end of the season! With only 4 weeks until the Senior finals kick off, and 3 weeks until the Junior Finals get underway, the Ballarat Football Netball League will be distributing all Clubs the tickets for our Junior awards night the Robert Allan Medal, Youth Girls Presentation Night and will also shortly be distributing tickets to our showpiece night, The Henderson Medal. Continued Ballarat Football & Netball League Inc. P: (03) F: (03) Postal: PO Box 586, Ballarat 3353 Office: 1431 Mair Street, Ballarat 3353 visit IN THIS EDITION... Across My Desk 1 At The Bar 5 Football Preview 9 Netball Preview 11 Message from Worksafe 13 Expert Tipping Football Ladders Netball Ladders 21 Footy On Your Radio 29 Team Lists BFNL Season Fixture BFUA Umpires Report 55 Weekly Tribunal Results 57 BFNLA Netball Report Netball Results BFNL Seniors Results BFNL Reserves Results BFNL Under 18.5 Results Junior Football Wrap Junior Netball Wrap Courier Player of the Year 77 BFNL Contact Directory 79 AUGUST 6 7,

2 ACROSS MY DESK...(Continued) Junior Football and Netball s biggest night, the Wilson s Fruit & Vegetables Robert Allan Medal will occur on Wednesday 17th August, and in 2016 the event will be held at the Ballarat Lodge, with the Special Guest for the night being Western Bulldogs FC star player Jake Stringer. We expect the crowd for the 2016 event to be strong once again; which shows the extraordinary support for Junior Football & Netball and its gala night! The 2016 Woodgrove Shopping Centre Youth Girls Presentation Night is also sure to be a fantastic night and will be held on Friday 19th August at the Ballarat Trotting Club (Bray Raceway) in Ballarat. The 2016 Premix King Henderson Medal will be held on Monday 12th September 2016 also at the Ballarat Lodge in Ballarat with a special guest speaker, Media personality Brian Taylor in attendance. See your Club Secretary or President to obtain your tickets to all three events ASAP because places are limited! McDonald s Mark & Goal of the Year If you re at a BFNL match and see a mark or goal you think is worthy of nominating, be sure to the send the information through to the BFNL. These awards are once again supported by our good friends at McDonald s Ballarat. To nominate a goal or mark, you can: Online Go to and select the HIGHLIGHT NOMINATION. the details through to Good luck to all, and enjoy your day at the Ballarat FNL! Scott Carey Operations Manager Red Onion Creative Ballarat Football & Netball League Phone: (03) Address: 203 Malop Street, Geelong VIC 3220 A Division of Adcell Group OFFICIAL PUBLISHER OF THE BALLARAT FOOTBALL NETBALL LEAGUE RECORD All editorial and photographs prepared by AFL Goldfields Media, Marketing & Events Manager, including articles and those contributors, published in the BFNL Record, are subject to copyright laws and cannot be reproduced without the permission of AFL Goldfields. Address all correspondence to: AFL Goldfields, PO BOX 586, Ballarat VIC Ph: (03) BFNL RECORD

3 AT THE BAR with Theo & Digger Once again for the 2016 season, local footy fans Theo and Digger return to give their views and opinions on BFL footy each week, from the comfort of the Sports Bar at the Ballarat Leagues Club! Theo: So Dig, did you get to the Hall of Fame dinner last week after all of that? Digger: Kind of mate didn t make it into the big room, but sat on a couple of pots and a parma in the Sports Bar last Wednesday night and tried to listen in. Even snuck into the gaming area and sat on the lounge with a coffee to listen to Tony Shaw! T: So you didn t get in, is what you re trying to say? D: Sadly, that s correct. T: Stiff mate D: I ll live T: Did you get out and watch any footy on the weekend, or did you take the same cue as your Lakers and have a weekend off? D: Went down to the Northern Oval for a bit, but they d knocked down my usual seat and it was too cold to sit in the outer, so retreated home and enjoyed an afternoon with the good lady wife instead! T: So there s no point asking you about what happened last week then? D: Far from it mate, I always keep an ear to the ground and a finger on the pulse, to use up my weekly quota of clichés, and I ve got quite a bit of info from the weekend. T: What can you tell me then? D: I can tell you that finals-bound sides should be starting to fear North Ballarat City all over again, and thankful that the Northern Oval will be out of bounds come finals time, as the Northies are a seriously good side this season, especially at home. They demolished East Point last week and Derick Micallef is looking very much like the player that couldn t be touched in the first half of last season. T: What about the other games, how close to the ground was your ear? D: Ballarat, from all reports, looked completely dominant against Melton South, with young Hayden Hughes kicking another bag of goals, and whilst they mightn t play finals this year despite the mathematicians saying that they re still a chance, look out for the Swans next year. T: Anything from the Swans home ground last weekend after the Sebastopol v Redan game was moved there? D: I heard that Sebastopol looked good early but Redan wore them down after half time, which is about what I was expecting. T: Let s move onto this week then mate and have a look at this week s games D before we do mate, are you ever going to give your thoughts on any of this, or are you just going to ask stupid questions all of the time? T: You know how this works mate you re the expert so I defer to you for anything requiring knowledge, so I just shoot the questions at you. D: Soft option mate I cop it in the neck every week and you come out smelling like roses because you re too soft to put it on the block. T: That s how it is mate like it or lump it. D: I m not sure how we re friends, to be honest. T: Be that as it may, our job is to talk footy, so do your job and tell me who s going to win this week s games, starting at Maddingley Park with Bacchus Marsh playing Melton. D: We ll get onto this later, but like the professional as I am, I ll soldier on. Big game for Melton, who are still hanging by the skin of their teeth in sixth spot, but Bacchus Marsh are flying at the moment and will get the job done here. T: Can your Lakers get back on track against Redan this week? D: I think so. They needed the rest to ensure a couple of blokes could get over some niggles, and I hear that the troops are starting to come back into the fold. Won t be easy as Redan are a seriously good side, especially at home, but think that the green machine can get their mojo back. T: East Point take on Ballarat at the Eastern Oval big game for both sides. D: Surely East Point can t drop this one? If they win all of their last three games they re a chance to play finals, but if they bring to the table what they did last week they could also lose all of those last three games. Don t sleep on the Swans at the moment, but after last week surely East dig deep and keep their season alive. T: Melton South host Sunbury today, are the Panthers any chance D: No. Sunbury by plenty. T: Wow, short and sharp with that one. D: Why use ten words when three gets the job done? T: Good point. What about North City and Darley on Sunday D: Game s at the Northern Oval, so I can t tip against North City who are flying at the moment, although it will be interesting to see if Darley are able to regroup after the bye and keep their season alive. T: Is happy Dig back now? D: Maybe you should step outside for a second and we ll have a chat about it? T: Or I could just buy you a parma instead? D: Soft option again mate but you don t knock back the best parma in Ballarat, welcome back!!! 4 BFNL RECORD


5 ROUND 16 FOOTBALL PREVIEW by Shaun Kelly We ve now entered August, which means that we re officially on the home straight, heading towards the 2016 McDonald s Finals Series here in the Red Onion Creative Ballarat Football Netball League. Now that I ve got the mandatory sponsor plugs in, it s time to get down to business given that we ll be playing finals football this month, but we ve still got no idea about how spots three through six on the ladder will look once post-season football kicks off. BACCHUS MARSH kick off this week s round at home in what should be a pretty good game against a MELTON side that will be looking to make a statement on the eve of a finals series they re pretty desperate to compete in, which will definitely make for a big afternoon at Maddingley Park today. Both teams will be rested after a bye last week, and both know that a win today could mean wonders for the rest of their season a Cobras win all but locks down a top-two spot and could even see them move to the top of the ladder if Redan knock over Lake Wendouree, and a win for the Bloods could give them a huge leg-up in the race for sixth spot. It s a case of easier said than done for the Bloods though, who have been in pretty good form of late, especially through the middle of the ground, but they face a Cobras side who have answered most challenges this year, and have arguably the most potent forward line in the league at the moment. PREDICTION: BACCHUS MARSH to get the win, but if my other predictions come to fruition, the Bloods will remain in sixth spot. Match of the Round takes place at the City Oval this week (or at least it does at time of writing) as REDAN host LAKE WENDOUREE in what should be a fantastic game. Not much separated these two sides back in Round 1, as the Lakers (or Wendouree on that night) only pulled away in the last quarter, and recent formlines suggest that the Lakers mightn t be in their mid-season best form at the moment. Whilst the Lakers rested last weekend, Redan took to Alfredton Oval to play Sebastopol in a game that was moved off a soggy Marty Busch and whilst it took them a half to shake the determined Burras, the Lions kicked nine second-half goals to just one from the Burras to storm home with a 65 point win that has them in fourth spot, but with less than a percentage point separating the third-placed North Ballarat City from Redan and Sunbury. The Lakers will be one of the main beneficiaries of the bye last weekend as they had a lot of sore bodies, and they should see some players return today, including Ash Simpson and Isaac Kirby who have returned from their overseas jaunt to add some depth to the Lakers list. This should be a great game between two sides that could potentially meet again in a few weeks time with much more on the line. PREDICTION: Almost tipping with a caveat here, as if the game stays at City Oval then REDAN will win but even if it s moved, the Lions still have the midfield rotations to run with the Lakers. Plenty on the line at the Eastern Oval today as EAST POINT host BALLARAT, with the Swans shooting somewhat surprisingly into finals contention last weekend with a huge win over Melton South, winning by 103 points thanks to a ten goal final quarter, another six goal haul from Hayden Hughes and continued good performances from Shane Hutchinson, Marcus Powling, Daniel Kennedy and Tom Stapleton. East Point, on the other hand, lost to North Ballarat City by the same amount that the Swans won by, on a day that Roos coach Glenn Wilkins will soon want to put behind him. The loss dropped East Point to two games behind sixthplaced Melton and seventh-placed Darley, and a game behind the Ballarat side they play today, although if they win every game from here on in, finals are still a big possibility. It will need to start with a pretty drastic form reversal at home today, where they do play much better, although they will need to be very wary of a Ballarat side that already boasts a win over the Roos this year, back in their traditional ANZAC round clash, and who s confidence will be knocking down doors at the moment. Percentage could hurt the Swans at the moment, but a win today could have them equal on points with the sixth-placed Bloods, but it s going to be far from an easy task. PREDICTION: Both team s seasons are on the line today, but surely EAST POINT can rebound from last week to record a win to keep them well and truly in the finals hunt. MELTON SOUTH have another tough assignment today, coming off the back of a 103 point loss to eighth-placed Ballarat as they welcome a rested SUNBURY side to the Melton Rec Reserve today. The Lions currently sit in fifth spot, but less than a percentage point behind third-placed North Ballarat City, and they ll be looking for a big percentage boost today to help them rocket into third place ahead of a potential top-three clash against North Ballarat City next week. PREDICTION: SUNBURY to win comfortably The last Sunday home-and-away game for the season takes place at Eureka Stadium today as NORTH BALLARAT CITY, fresh from a 103 point thumping of East Point last week, host a DARLEY side who s premiership defence is hanging in the balance at the moment, and who would have enjoyed the rest last week. North City are playing Eureka Stadium so well at the moment, and part of that is because their forward line is so potent at the moment this column has waxed lyrical about the talents of Derick Micallef many times, and an eight-goal haul last week has him in pole position for the Tony Lockett Medal at the moment, and with Simon McCartin spending more time forward and looking extremely dangerous, Matt Johnston offering another marking target and coach Jordyn Burke set to return to the side today, that forward line gets a lot scarier. The Devils have the talent to match the Northies through the midfield, and will rely on Steven Kennedy, Richard Knight, Anthony Chiu and Brad Inglis to get them going today, but they ll need to be on their games. PREDICTION: NORTH BALLARAT CITY to get the win and keep marching towards a possible top-three finish. 8 BFNL RECORD

6 ROUND 16 NETBALL PREVIEW by Shaun Kelly We re back to full rounds of netball in the BGT A Grade netball competition this week, in a week of netball that could go a ways towards deciding the participants in this year s McDonald s Finals Series, or that could also keep the picture just as cloudy as ever. Let s jump into it and have a look at how Round 15 is set to shape up this week. BACCHUS MARSH will be looking for their third win of the season as they take on MELTON at Maddingley Park today, who also will be confident of bringing home a win today for just the fifth time this year. Whilst both of these teams will be looking on come finals time, they ll be using these last few rounds as a chance to test out their young players and see what they have ahead of next season. Both teams have shown some impressive signs this season Dean Giarrusso will be happy with the way his young team has improved as the season has gone on, with Ally Symons one of the keys to today s game given her accuracy in goals all season long, whilst Melton have also blooded a lot of their talented youngsters, with the experience of coach Renee Hulls and defender Katie Kakoschke also important in their development. This should be a good game. PREDICTION: Maybe going against the trend a little bit this week (and against my tip on this week s BFNL Netball Show), but going with BACCHUS MARSH to salute at home today. REDAN s season is all but on the line today as they host LAKE WENDOUREE at the City Oval today thanks to their loss to Sebastopol last week, which has dropped them to two games behind the sixth-placed Burras, who have a guaranteed four points today due to the bye, meaning that if Redan can t overcome the Lakers today, they ll be three games behind Sebastopol with two games to play, and whilst they ll likely still be two games behind Ballarat given that the Swans play East Point today, the Swans have Bacchus Marsh next week in a game they ll start as favourites in, and whilst Redan have the bye, it could still be a bridge too far. Therefore, a win today is a must if the Lions want to extend their season beyond Round 18, although that s far from a lock against a Lakers side that are looking so much more dangerous with Melanie Allen back in the side, and who are eyeing off third spot on the ladder as well which they re a game behind at the moment, but with a better run home than the incumbents in third, Sunbury. PREDICTION: Unfortunately, I think today will be the death knell for the Lions, as LAKE WENDOUREE won t be showing them any compassion at all and will get the win. EAST POINT, now the only undefeated side in the league after a win over North Ballarat City last week that has seem them firm in premiership betting to an almost unbackable state, take on a BALLARAT side that, whilst sitting in fifth place at the moment, aren t 100% secure in the top six at the moment and who will be throwing everything at the ladder leaders today. Kate McLeod has been in fantastic form in defence for East Point this year, as evidenced by her Stockland Player of the Week award this week, but she ll have her hands full with Swans shooter Kelly Moran today who has been in sublime touch of late, as evidenced by her 52 goal game against Melton South this week at a 95% shooting clip. PREDICTION: The Swans will back themselves in today, but the more experienced EAST POINT should be able to get the job done and stay undefeated. MELTON SOUTH are in for another challenge today as they welcome SUNBURY to the Melton Rec Reserve, although Panthers coach Melissa Climas has every right to be confident going into today s game. Whilst her team has suffered largish defeats over the past fortnight, they ve scored over 40 goals in each game, and with the Lions contingent of Rupertswood players likely unavailable today given the tyranny of distance between their two games, the Panthers will see themselves as a sneaky chance today. That being said, Sunbury s defensive trio of Monique Clark, Rachel Dovaston and skipper Beck Anstey are in great touch at the moment, and should be strong enough to hold Melton South to a losing score. PREDICTION: SUNBURY to get the job done, but it won t be by a great deal DARLEY face something that no BFNL side has had to do since the 2014 home-and-away season on Sunday at Eureka Stadium face NORTH BALLARAT CITY on the rebound after the Northies suffered their first loss since the 2014 First Elimination Final last weekend as East Point bested them The second quarter, where the Roos owned them, cost the Northies their undefeated record last week, but coach Annie McCartin will use last weekend as a learning experience, and commit a few things to memory ahead of their likely Qualifying Final match-up in four weeks time. They ll get a challenge today though, especially early, as the Devils will be full of confidence after their last-up win over Redan. PREDICTION: Annie s Angels should be able to withstand that challenge though and put NORTH BALLARAT CITY back on the winners list. 10 BFNL RECORD

7 A MESSAGE FROM WORKSAFE AFL VICTORIA COUNTRY St Joseph s claims Herald Sun Shield Geelong s St Joseph s College has claimed the 2016 Division One Boys Herald Sun Shield over St Patrick s College in a thriller at the MCG on Saturday afternoon. Leading at every break, St Joseph s hope of securing its second Herald Sun Shield title was in the hands of St Patrick s, which had a kick after the siren to decide the champion. Down by a point in the dying seconds of the match, St Patrick s marked the ball inside 50 and lined up for a shot on goal to win the match and secure the school s seventh consecutive Herald Sun Shield. Unfortunately the fairy-tale finish was not to be for the St Patrick s faithful, with the kick going out on the full to hand St Joseph s its second Herald Sun Shield title in a decade. Progressing through to the Grand Final after convincing semi-final performances, the battle for the Division One title was always going to be a close one. Running out onto the game s biggest stage, St Joseph s applied scoreboard pressure early with multiple inside-50 entries. Yet despite having eight scoring shots to three, the scoreboard was even at quarter time on 13 points apiece. Accuracy in front of goal continued to plague the boys from Geelong in the second term, piling on 4.6 to open up a 17-point lead at the main break. With the game in the balance, the reigning premiers stepped it up a gear in the second half to wrestle momentum back in Ballarat s favour. St Patrick s ball use and efficiency in front of the big sticks proved fruitful in the third and final terms, but it was too little too late. The final score was 7.17 (59) to 8.10 (58). St Joseph s coach Chris Lynch said he was proud of his team for keeping to its structures and playing their brand of football until the very end. It was a pretty tense last quarter, that s for sure, Lynch said. Our poor kicking kept St Patrick s in the match and when they started to come back in the second half of the game they nearly took home the title, but we dug deep to fight it out. We felt we deserved to win the match and we were just really proud of the team to hold on and win the game. We set a goal at the start of the year to play a brand of football which would see us play on the MCG at the end of the year, so the fact that we were able to do that and get the win was extremely satisfying. Attention now turns to the Division One Girls Herald Sun Shield battle between reigning premier Methodist Ladies College and Ballarat Grammar. With both schools tasting victory just once before, the pair will be hoping to become the equal-best girls school in the competition s history when they meet in the decider later this month. For details, visit 12 BFNL RECORD

8 2016 EXPERT TIPPING Each week throughout the 2016 Ballarat FNL season, a panel of BFNL Staff, Executive, Sponsors and Media will submit their tips for the weekend s senior football matches, which will be featured in the Footy Record. See how your tips stack up against the BFNL experts each week!! TIPSTER Bacchus Marsh v Melton Redan v Lake Wendouree East Point v Ballarat Melton South v Sunbury North Ballarat City v Darley LAST WEEK TOTAL Rod Ward AFL Goldfields Regional General Manager BACCHUS MARSH REDAN EAST POINT SUNBURY NORTH BALLARAT CITY 3 58 Aaron Nunn BFNL Commercial & Regional Operations Manager BACCHUS MARSH LAKE WENDOUREE EAST POINT SUNBURY NORTH BALLARAT CITY 3 57 Roger Le Grand BFUA BACCHUS MARSH REDAN EAST POINT SUNBURY NORTH BALLARAT CITY 3 56 Trevor Williamson JG King Homes BACCHUS MARSH REDAN EAST POINT SUNBURY NORTH BALLARAT CITY 3 51 Wayne Baker BFNL Chairman MELTON LAKE WENDOUREE BALLARAT SUNBURY DARLEY 2 32 Roger Howlett Ballarat Leagues Club Venue Manager BACCHUS MARSH LAKE WENDOUREE EAST POINT SUNBURY NORTH BALLARAT CITY 3 54 Daryl Crawley Ballarat Toyota Business Manager BACCHUS MARSH REDAN BALLARAT SUNBURY NORTH BALLARAT CITY 3 40 Caroline Tayler Red Onion Creative General Manager BACCHUS MARSH REDAN EAST POINT SUNBURY NORTH BALLARAT CITY 3 54 Shaun Kelly On Deck Media BACCHUS MARSH REDAN BALLARAT SUNBURY NORTH BALLARAT CITY 3 54 David Brehaut The Courier Sports Writer BACCHUS MARSH LAKE WENDOUREE EAST POINT SUNBURY NORTH BALLARAT CITY BFNL RECORD

9 Trade in your sample pot Bring back your sample pot to Haymes Paint Ballarat and receive that value off your transaction, discount off 4L or greater. Maximum two sample pots per transaction. MARK AND GOAL OF THE YEAR The McDonald s Mark and Goal of the Year awards are back! If you witness a spectacular mark of goal that happens during the Red Onion Creative BFNL Senior Football competition, please consider nominating it in the one of the following ways: a) Via BFNL.TV at or b) Via to Please be sure to indicate the rough time of the relevant quarter and roughly where on the ground the highlight took place so we can pinpoint exactly where to find the footage. An example is as follows: Sunbury player Liam Brady took a high flying mark on the wing near the coaches box at around the 10min mark of the 3rd quarter in their match against Ballarat. All nominations will be shown at the 2016 Henderson Medal where the winners will also be announced. 16 BFNL RECORD

10 2016 RED ONION CREATIVE BFNL FOOTBALL LADDERS TEAM P W L D B FF For Agst % PTS Lake Wendouree Bacchus Marsh North Ballarat City Redan Sunbury Melton Darley Ballarat East Point Sebastopol Melton South RESERVES TEAM P W L D B FF For Agst % PTS Redan East Point Sunbury Bacchus Marsh Sebastopol Melton Lake Wendouree Ballarat Darley North Ballarat City Melton South UNDER 18.5 TEAM P W L D B FF For Agst % PTS Redan East Point Bacchus Marsh North Ballarat City Melton Darley Melton South Sunbury Ballarat Lake Wendouree Sebastopol BFNL RECORD

11 2016 BGT BFNL NETBALL LADDERS A GRADE P BYE W D L For Agst PTS PTS RATIO % East Point North Ballarat City Sunbury Lake Wendouree Ballarat Sebastopol Redan Darley Melton Bacchus Marsh Melton South B GRADE P BYE W D L For Agst PTS PTS RATIO % Sunbury North Ballarat City Lake Wendouree East Point Melton South Ballarat Redan Bacchus Marsh Darley Melton Sebastopol C GRADE P BYE W D L For Agst PTS PTS RATIO % Lake Wendouree Ballarat Sunbury Redan Darley Bacchus Marsh North Ballarat City Melton South East Point Melton Sebastopol D GRADE P BYE W D L For Agst PTS PTS RATIO % North Ballarat City Lake Wendouree Ballarat Melton South Sunbury Melton East Point Redan Sebastopol Darley Bacchus Marsh & UNDER P BYE W D L For Agst PTS PTS RATIO % North Ballarat City Ballarat Redan Melton East Point Melton South Lake Wendouree Darley Bacchus Marsh Sebastopol Sunbury BFNL RECORD



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17 BACCHUS MARSH COBRA S CHATTER MELTON BLOODS BANTER This Saturday the G B Forestry Cobras welcome Melton to Maddingley Park, In the football the seniors and U18 s have locked in a finals birth, the reserves are still in the finals race but must keep winning so every game is important. In the netball only the B & C grades have a possibility of playing finals however they also need to win each game. Cobra News Flash The G B Forestry Cobras would like to take this opportunity to thank all our player sponsors that came on board this year. This dedication and support does not go unrecognised so thank you to all those that have sponsored a player during the 2016 season. A massive congratulation s goes out to Malcolm Scott who was inducted into the Ballarat Football Netball League Hall of Fame last Wednesday night. This is a remarkable accomplishment and well deserved. As well as playing and coaching other teams in the BFL, Malcolm played over 100 games for the Cobras, was selected in the Cobras Team of the Era earlier this year, was the Cobras leading goal kicker on 5 occasions and also coached junior football at the Cobras. A Tragic Event Hits One of Our Own On a very sad note, Erin Shepheard one of our Bacchus Marsh Youth Girls (who lives in Melton) has been struck down with not one but two rare diseases brought on by a common virus. This will leave her in a permanent state of paralysis and bound to a wheelchair for the rest of her life. She has also had her vision impaired as a result of these infections. Erin is a beautiful outgoing 18 year old who was busy studying year 12 and working part-time at Bacchus Marsh IGA supermarket. Her one great love was playing woman s football for the Bacchus Marsh Football Netball Club Youth Girls Team. Please look out for tins and raffle books this weekend at the senior s v Melton. Or if you would rather, you could go to the following website and make a donation: We are off to the Marsh this week after a greatly appreciated rest last week. In the run down or should it be the lead up to the finals, the Bloods are in an interesting position. Seniors leapt into the final six after losing last week. (I will let the mathematicians work that one out ) Maths alone won t keep them there though as there are some challenging games ahead. Our Reserves are also in 6th place and looking pretty good at the moment. The mathematicians also say the Unders are in the finals to stay. It has been a while since the club has been in this position on the football ladders, so everyone is quite excited just now. Over on the Netball courts things are not quite so rosy with two sides in the finals race D Grade (6th) and the Under 19s (4th) Still, no counting the chickens until they hatch, there are still three rounds to go and three round of challenging football and netball they will be. Bacchus Marsh Fundraiser. The Cobras are running a fundraising campaign for one of their youth girls, Erin Shepeard, who has been struck down with a serious illness. There will be collection tins at the game on Saturday and the Cobras will be donating a share of the after game takings towards the cause. Social News. A few changes to the Social Calendar. The 1986 Reunion is now on the last game on August 20th. The Ladies Day Luncheon for August 20 has been cancelled. The 3K Draw has been rescheduled to take place on the evening of August 20, in conjunction with the season windup. More details will be forthcoming as we get closer to the end of the home and away season. Presentation Night is September 23rd. This year it will held at Stone Bar and Grill, High St, Melton just opposite the Fleece. Tickets are $95 a head ($85 for under 18 years of age) See Lisa Hurst and book your table and pay early (September 9th) as places are limited. The AGM is fast approaching and now is a good time to consider how you can help your club survive and compete in the ever challenging environment of competitive sport. Code of Conduct. Please do not forget our code of conduct. Copies can be read and downloaded from our website. Yelling abuse towards the umpires will NOT alter their decision on the day. There are proper processes to follow. Check the website for all the latest news from the Club, including the popular Daisy TV. Sponsor of the week is Jon Kay Agricultural Services. Jon is a passionate Bloods supporter and a life member of the club. More importantly perhaps, we buy our heater gas from him. On cold winter s evening at Maccy Park you can really appreciate his contribution to the club. Please don t forget our other sponsors, they are all helping to field the teams and keep the club running. GO BLOODS 32 BFNL RECORD

18 BACCHUS MARSH COACH: Travis Hodgson RESERVES COACH: Rohan Connors U/18.5 COACH: Doug Hawkins MELTON COACH: Brad Murphy Reserves Coach: Tristan Batten U/18.5 COACH: Ray Newman (Cont d) UNDER 18.5 A GRADE NETBALL RESERVES UNDER 18.5 A GRADE NETBALL # PLAYER PPV 1 Liam Noonan 1 2 Cameron Richardson 3 3 Alex Del Papa (VC) 1 4 Jackson Bolton 4 5 Daniel Burton 4 6 Kane White 1 7 Logan Blundell 1 8 Hamish Coulton 1 9 Daniel Veldon 1 10 Matthew Sutherland 1 11 Matt Denham (VC) 1 12 Rohan Connors (Res Coach) 1 13 Damian Cupido 5 13 Bill Griffiths 1 14 Tyson Shea (Capt) 1 15 Coby Millar 1 16 Tom Wardell 1 17 Jarrah Maksymow 4 18 Chris Suban 1 19 Matthew Whittle 1 20 Ricky Hawkins 1 21 Declan Phyland 1 22 Tim Sutherland 1 23 Ashley Whittle 1 24 Dale Walker (Res VC) 1 25 Ben Hicks 1 26 Jaydn Trowsdale 3 27 Jake Millar 1 28 David Kennedy 3 29 Trent Angwin 1 30 Phillip Hoyland 1 31 Lachlan Phyland 1 32 Tom Mullen (Res Capt) 1 # PLAYER PPV 33 Brandon Fell 1 34 Dale Peacock 1 35 Liam Mullen 1 36 Jayden Cott 3 37 Jono Bissel 3 38 J Baker 1 39 Boston Miller 1 40 Mitch Suban 1 41 Mark Farrell 1 42 Tim Walsh 1 43 Jackson Barber 1 44 Tony Castrignano 1 45 Joel Blundell 1 46 Tyler Huynh 1 47 Brady Roberts 1 48 Rhys McNay 1 49 Jacob Wheelahan 1 50 Simon Lafranchi 1 51 Tim Hughes 1 52 Danel Foley 1 53 Quade Butt 1 19 & UNDER NETBALL GK Mariah Mayne GD Michalle Arandt WD Courtney Homewood C Bridgett Fellows WA Meaghan Forth GA Olivia Piggott GS Teaghan La Franchi Sub Emily Dodd Sub Zaylie LeHuray Sub Bridgett Fellows Coach Jenni Murphy # PLAYER 1 Joshua Calvitto (Capt) 2 Zachary Miesen 3 Lleyton Pigott 4 Bill Griffiths (VC) 5 Bradley Jackson 6 Tom Dickinson 7 Brent Hawkins 8 Kyle Grima 9 Blake Baldo 10 Sam Griffiths 11 Sean Wilson 12 Rhys Baker 13 Jack Tudball 14 Dylon Bishop (VC) 15 Joshua Duggan 16 Zac Tiehurst 17 Baiden Cracknell 18 Jarred Johns 19 Jack Lalor 20 Callum McKenzie 21 James Krstin 22 Nicholas Blade-Mayton 23 Michael Garofalo (DVC) 24 Jarred Fitzpatrick 25 Blake Graham 26 Bradley Croxford 27 Cody Pratt 28 Lachlan White-Marshall 29 Jye Dickson (DVC) D GRADE NETBALL GK Hayley Pastolou GD Stephanie McKenzie WD Bec Pino C Mikayla Hawken WA Ashley Bamford GA Karen Pavlowicz GS Paige Caddick Sub Brianna Pavlowicz Sub Bridget Fellows Sub Victoria Mclure Coach Susan Watson GK Carolyn Manumau GD Jaimee Walsh WD Jacinta Reid C Kaila Igham WA Lauren Tink GA Caitlyn Hamblin GS Ally Symons Sub Nelly Paul Sub Emily Bettio Sub Jess Giarrusso Sub Bec Power Coach Dean Giarrusso Captain Kaila Igham B GRADE NETBALL GK Susan Watson GD Bec Power WD Sammie Reissmann C Lauren Prout WA Sarah Govan GA Bernie Walsh GS Lisa Tyrell Sub Sarah Missen Sub Vanessa Schicatano Sub Gaby Pino Sub Tricinda Brinsmead Sub Elyssia Burgess Coach Dean Giarrusso Captain Lauren Prout C GRADE NETBALL GK Sarah Davies GD Kylie McKerrow WD Jess Atkin C Tricinda Brinsmead WA Claire Ferguson GA Jodi Powell GS Brittany Botten Sub Karen Pavlowicz Sub Kim Richards Sub Anne Phyland Coach Susan Watson # PLAYER PPV 1 Sam Hurst 1 3 Ryan Davis 1 4 Dillon Sharp 1 5 Matthew Notman 2 7 Braedan Kight 1 8 Nicholas Gale 1 10 Lachlan Sidebottom 3 11 Jack Walker 1 12 Mitch Brockwell 1 14 Lachlan Walker 1 15 Daniel Walker 1 16 Malcolm Beck 1 17 Jordyn Cotter 1 19 Jordan Kight 1 20 Mark Maric 3 21 Jack Hughes 1 22 Jake Gleeson 1 23 Nathan Wallace 3 26 Brett McIntyre 1 27 Connor Griffiths 1 28 Riley Walker 1 29 Liam Henderson 2 33 Brad Murphy 2 36 Kurt Baker 1 37 Jared May 1 40 Tobi Bray 3 42 Corey Armstrong 1 47 Billy Crofts 1 # PLAYER PPV 6 Jamie Rawlings 1 9 Tristan Batten 1 13 Brad Flavel 1 18 Ash Webber 1 19 Jamie Kline 1 24 Matt Lister 1 25 James Taylor 1 27 Andrew Bartlett 1 30 Brad Newman 1 31 Nicholas Milburn 1 32 Jake Knight 1 33 Brent Owens 1 34 Mark Farrar 3 36 Luke Henderson 1 38 Asha Shirley 1 39 Andrew Fuller 1 41 Shannon Batten 2 44 Mitch Rawlings 1 45 Josh Mangion 2 46 Andrew Hunter 1 47 Jake Buttigieg 1 48 James Stokes 2 49 Adam McIntyre 1 50 Brody Richie 1 54 Heath Drape 1 60 Cam McCallum 2 19 & UNDER NETBALL GK Telia Coverdale GD Kali Joyce WD Ebony Carter C Meg Gleeson WA Charli Walker GA Chloe Galakos GS Mikaela Hurst Sub Emmalea D'antonio Sub River Fox Sub Chantel Mikulic Coach Kate Dixon Captain Telia Coverdale & Meg Gleeson # PLAYER 1 Jordan Kight 2 Daniel Stebbing 3 Travis Sheen 5 Hayden Davis 6 Kyle Derose 7 Jaydan Hayes 8 Lochie Ericson 9 Jordan McGregor 10 Jack Simpson 11 Brett Merry 12 Liam Martin 13 Mitch Hanley-Breen 14 Lachlan Walker 15 Robert Jones 16 Tristan Peters 17 Hayden Millard 18 Blake Souter 20 Christopher Jones 21 Caleb Cowley 22 James Robertson 23 Jacob Grech 25 Kurt Baker 44 Ashden Crone 50 Jacob Robertson D GRADE NETBALL GK Aimee Vieth GD Rachel Guthrie WD Natalie Hurley C Naomi Hargreaves WA Kaitlyn McDermott GA Lisa McNeill GS Sarah Aston Sub Kylie Grant Sub Chloe Syme Sub Ebony Carter Sub Jade Wilson Coach Jessica Bartlett & Leanne Newman Captain Kaitlyn McDermott Vice Captains Lisa McNeill & Naomi Hargreaves POS. GK GD WD C WA GA GS Sub Sub Coach Captain PLAYER Kali Joyce Katie Kakoschke Jessica Bartlett Nicole McDonald Laura Brokenshire Renee Hulls Jo Crozier Telia Coverdale Meg Gleeson Renee Hulls Jessica Bartlett & Katie Kakoschke B GRADE NETBALL GK Zhane Crone GD Megan Penn WD Bridget Walsh C Lani Coverdale WA Tiltha Hunt GA Hannah Aston GS Amanda Borley Sub Bianca Findlay Sub Emmalea D'Antonio Sub Kate Dixon Sub Mikaela Hurst Sub Jenny Jaraosinski Coach Renee Hulls Captain Amanda Borley C GRADE NETBALL GK Abbie Freeman GD Tori Piarcentini WD Nikki Kallis C Madison Weaver WA Hannah Taylor GA Melanie Bruce GS Samantha Sayers Sub Charli Walker Sub Chloe Galakos Coach Jessica Bartlett Captain Abbie Freeman Vice Capt Tori Piarcentini TEAM 1/4 TIME 1/2 TIME 3/4 TIME FULL TIME RESERVES U/18.5 TEAM 1/4 TIME 1/2 TIME 3/4 TIME FULL TIME RESERVES U/ BFNL RECORD

19 REDAN LIONS ROAR LAKE WENDOUREE LAKERS NOTES With the game being transferred to the Alfredton Reserve, we took to the field against Sebastopol. It was a clean sweep for the footy & only the A grade girls falling short on the netball court. The U18 s started the day with a big win, 10 different goal kickers, a great team effort. The Reserves kept the wins going, Nick Sullivan kicking 3 goals on his return. The Seniors took the field with 4 sets of brothers lining up, Colbert s, Giampaolo s, Horbury s & Watson s. We held a 20 point lead at the first change, Sebastopol then held us in the second quarter to be within 4 points. The boys put on a 7 goal third quarter to take control of the game a come out 55 point winners. With Lakers this week, a bye & then Ballarat to come before the finals campaign begins. The Netball courts saw U19 s, C, D, B grade all have good wins, with A grade just falling short by 7 goals. Some tough games ahead over the next 2 weeks. Social Events - The MOCK Wedding Come join the happy couple for the pre wedding Bucks/Hens night from 7.30 with the ceremony to follow at 8.30 in the DEN. Get your best OP SHOP Wedding gear on. Please support our many sponsors who support our club G J Gardner, Lawrence and Hanson, Bakers Delight Bakery Hill, Forty Winks, Linlec Electrical, Avis Rentals, Lydiard Trade Supplies, Remingtons Insurance, F W Barnes & Son Funeral Directors, Intersport, Ballarat Trotting Club, Ballarat Holden, M Q Tilers, Prime7, Western Hotel, Lake View Hotel, Eureka Concrete, J C Cutbush & Co, Impact Team Wear, Apco Skipton St, Essential Dental, Jacks Cellarbrations, HBM Lawyers, TGM, Axis employment, Haymes Paints, J B Cameron Plumbing, Skin Ski & Surf, Bunch of Grapes Hotel, Ballarat City Mazda, The Forge Pizzeria, Country Casseroles, McDonalds Sturt St, Aussie Oggie Co, Pyrenees Pantry, My Butcher. Good luck to all our teams today against Lake Wendouree GO LIONS Welcome everyone to the Isuzu Arena with at time of writing it looking like Redan moving their home game from the heavy City Oval to Lakerland. Given that both teams will feature in the finals it seems the sensible thing to do. The Lakers are coming off a much needed bye and hopefully it has given everyone a chance to freshen up and also a chance to get a few blokes back from travel and injury. Last game was against a red hot North City who proved too good in the football on their home deck. The netballers also lost narrowly in the big game after leading late into the game. On the Sunday we held our major raffle which was a raging success, all tickets were sold and a great time was had by all. It was fantastic to keep the prize within the club with Hugh Herben sharing the chocolates with Joe Black. Special mention to Brent Oz who coordinated the day brilliantly. Lawrence Mooney was hilarious and the talented Brad Simpson put on a great show afterwards. Special mention to Billy Anderson, Dave Henderson and Nick Clifton who sold a huge number of the tickets. Thanks to Mary, Julie, Nat, Denise, Caz and Maree with the catering a great job. We still have a long way to go yet but a reminder to everyone to set aside Friday night 23rd of September. That will be senior clubs presentation night and you must be there to see who wins the Joffa and the Sally. More information to be provided closer to the date. This week is the Gambling is not a game round in the BFNL and our club supports and encourages responsible gambling for all players, family and supporters and provides a healthy environment for this to happen. To all participants have a great day and Go Lakers. 36 BFNL RECORD

20 REDAN COACH: Eammon Gill RESERVES COACH: Tom Jess U/18.5 COACH: Greg Lamb LAKE WENDOUREE COACH: Gavin Webb RESERVES COACH: Michael Taylor U/18.5 COACH: Damian Knowles / RESERVES / RESERVES UNDER 18.5 A GRADE NETBALL (Cont d) UNDER 18.5 A GRADE NETBALL # PLAYER PPV # PLAYER PPV # PLAYER POS. PLAYER # PLAYER PPV # PLAYER PPV # PLAYER POS. PLAYER 1 Jack Jess 1 2 Chris Matthews 1 3 Ryan Waight 1 4 Ash Barker 1 5 Ben Schiltz 1 6 Leigh Ryall 1 7 Nathan Horbury 1 8 Damien Horbury 1 9 Liam Hunter 1 10 Chris Giampaolo 2 11 Kurt Lenehan 3 12 Daniel Colbert 1 13 Tom Watson 1 14 Dean Mathews 1 15 Patrick Britt 1 16 Callum Currie 1 19 Dean Chester 1 20 Nick Willox 2 21 Nick Sullivan 2 22 Patrick Fitzgibbon 1 23 Grant Bell 1 24 Matt Cullinan 1 38 Alex Ross 1 39 Lachie Lamb 1 40 Tanner Hamilton 1 41 Jason Leonard 1 43 Kirby Neville 1 44 Dylan Page 1 45 Jackson Kinna 1 46 Scott Whiting 1 47 Liam Gill 1 48 Geordie Lukich 1 49 Nick Barker 2 50 Matt Ward 1 51 Jordan Baker 1 52 Jai Hutchinson 1 53 Nick Holding 1 54 Martin Robinson 3 55 Chris Radford 1 56 Wayne Bruty 1 57 Kelly Burnside 1 58 Kyle Mackay 1 59 Jeromy Johnson 1 60 Kyle Hayes 1 2 Todd Douglass 3 Joe Flynn 4 Bailey Guinea 6 Lachlan Farnsworth 7 Lleyton Scheele 8 Will Madden 11 Steven Knaf 12 Tom O'Keane 15 Kyle Hayes 16 Kayde Linton 21 Jack Mason 22 Jake Toulmin 23 Xavier Curran 25 Joe Peck 27 Dan Burnett 28 Alex Harvey 32 Tom Bryans 33 Liam O Carroll 35 Riley Patrascu 36 Henry Woodward 37 Sam Carr 41 Joe O'Donnell 43 Dustin Okely 45 Lachlan McLean 51 Lachlan Frawley 55 Kali Dawborn 59 Zac Jenkins GK GD WD C WA GA GS Sub Sub Coach Captain Jordan Lever Emma Henry Maddie Okely Cass Peace Hayley Munro Ruby Parry Tasha Dack Meg Hope Tamzin Perkins Sheree Collins Emma Henry, Hayley Munro & Ruby Parry B GRADE NETBALL GK Lauren Bennington GD Esse Cahir WD Julia Baumgartner C Jules Dortmans WA Tiarni Beasley GA Shenai Dix GS Stacey Edge Sub Samantha Allen Sub Ash Giampaolo Coach Tanya Collier Captain Esse Cahir & Shenai Dix 1 Tom Carey 2 2 Andrew Pitson 1 3 Nick Peters 5 4 Lachlan O'Connell 2 5 Steve Clifton 1 6 Ben Hayes 1 7 Nathon Pring 1 8 Ben Taylor 1 9 Nathan Monk 2 10 Michael Madden 1 11 Ash Simpson 1 12 Angus Kirby 1 13 Hayden Cartledge 1 14 Lucas Anderson 2 15 Isaac Kirby 1 16 Nick Clifton 1 17 Tom Littore 3 18 Michael Neal 1 19 Luke Bucknall 3 20 Ash Mullane 2 21 Brent Olszewski 1 33 Michael Emerson Jones 1 34 Dion Gilbert 3 35 John Foster 1 36 Nick Rippon 5 37 Jacob Monk 2 38 Josh Thorp 1 39 Brayden Netherway 1 40 Lane Buckwell 1 41 Lochie Dodd 1 42 Nevillie Fraser 1 43 Alex Parrot 1 44 Liam Edwards 1 45 Tim Dawson 1 46 Bailey Edwards 4 47 Hugh Herban 1 48 Harrison Robertson 1 49 Liam Findlay 1 50 Eamonn Mckuskey 1 51 Ambrose Gillet 1 52 Tom Mckay 1 53 Robert Walsh 1 1 Tim Liston 2 James Halloran 3 Kynan Raven 5 Fraser Robertson 6 Peter Neild 7 Andrew Spratling 8 Ryan Lockhart 9 Pat Fairhead 11 Xavier Shuurs 12 Jonathan Millane 13 Lachlan Waldron 14 Jayden New 15 Ike Handy 16 Paul O'Connell 17 Jake O'Conner 19 Ben Lardnwehr 20 Harry Monk 21 Brandan Creelman 22 Brandan Jenkin 23 Tanna Blackney-Noter 24 Dayon Johnstone 25 Michael Beaumont 26 Todd Lawrence 27 Tyson McCallum 28 Jack James 29 William McCuskey 30 Lachie Chivers 32 Mitch Zakynthinos GS Kellie Berry GA Steph Burns WA Chrissy James C Molly Boyle WD Greta Pearson GD Kara Hart GK Melanie Allen Sub Katie Williams Sub Madison Davis Sub Kirsty Walsh Coach Kirsty Walsh B GRADE NETBALL GS Courtney McLean GA Emily Atkins WA Leah Nightingale C Jacqui James WD Madison Wallace GD Jacqui Clifton GK Nicole Garner Sub Annabel Davies Coach Trudy Olszweski 25 Ben Wilson 1 26 Jesse Sardo 1 27 Dan Watson 3 28 Sam McVitty 2 29 Matt Colbert 1 30 Ryan Bell 2 31 Tom Schnerring 5 32 Tom Sarah 1 33 Jarret Giampaolo 1 34 Brandon Green 1 36 Brenton Riordan 1 37 Jacob Short 1 C GRADE NETBALL GK Ash Gercovich GD Ashley Tobias WD Amy McDonald C Josephine Isaac WA Amelia Ford GA Ashlee Smith GS Georgie Manson Sub Alice Coltman Sub Sharni Adamson Coach Talia Roden-Holloway C GRADE NETBALL GK Abbey Frew GD Bree Saunders WD Kyra Ives C Sarah McPhee WA Siobhan Considine GA Kaitlyn Schiltz GS Rebecca Rivett Sub Rhiannon Prowse Sub Tessa Armstrong Sub Claire Everard Sub Sarah Everard Coach Sarah Rykers Captain Sarah McPhee C GRADE NETBALL GK Rachel McIntosh GD Krissie Sharkey WD Meaghan Armstrong C Talia Roden-Holloway WA Sarah Rykers GA Michaela Armer GS Jess Hill Sub Felicia Brennan Sub Alice Jury Coach Ruby Parry Captain Sarah Rykers 22 Michael Britt 1 23 Tanner Robertson 1 24 Scott Carey 1 25 Lachie Wood 1 26 Sean Wilmott 1 27 Dan Mahony 1 28 Tim Madden 1 29 Jack Elkington 2 30 Dom Sliwa 1 31 Joel Leman 1 32 Dan Hickey 1 19 & UNDER NETBALL GS Kate Malcolm GA Maddy Goldsworthy WA Ellie Breuer C Jordy Bone WD Ebonie McSparron GD Abbey Manncke GK Jaya Keogh Sub Delaney Keating Sub Maddison Porter Sub Paula Fraser Coach Kellie Berry D GRADE NETBALL POS. GS GA WA C WD GD GK Sub Sub Sub Coach PLAYER Clara Richardson Jenae Angove Shae Fogarty Cassandra Mason Alarna Haintz Annie Madison Kate Johnstone Lucy Hocking Sarah Jones Jacqui King Jacqui James C GRADE NETBALL GS Leesa Gilbert GA Sarah McCabe WA Abby Boyle C Sarah Drew WD Ash Taylor GD Kate Drew GK Jordan McKay Sub Zoey Kerr Sub Jenna Wright Sub Loreli Rich Coach Molly Boyle TEAM 1/4 TIME 1/2 TIME 3/4 TIME FULL TIME RESERVES U/18.5 TEAM 1/4 TIME 1/2 TIME 3/4 TIME FULL TIME RESERVES U/ BFNL RECORD

21 BFNL 2016 FIXTURE BFNL 2016 FIXTURE Season Opener Saturday April 9th 2016 Darley (161) v Melton South 6.13 (49) Round 1 Saturday April 16th 2016 Lake Wendouree (79) v Redan 8.6 (54) Melton 13.4 (82) v Melton South 3.8 (26) Bacchus Marsh (90) v Sunbury (71) Sebastopol 11.6 (72) v Ballarat (88) East Point (75) v North Ballarat City (88) Bye - Darley Round 2 - ANZAC Day Round Saturday April 23rd 2016 Ballarat (83) v East Point 9.20 (74) Sunbury 9.16 (70) v Melton 8.8 (56) Melton South (108) v Sebastopol (149) North Ballarat City (95) v Redan (93) Sunday April 24th 2016 Bacchus Marsh (143) v Darley (70) Bye - Lake Wendouree Round 3 Saturday April 30th 2016 East Point (116) v Bacchus Marsh (78) Lake Wendouree (156) v Ballarat 9.12 (66) Darley (98) v Sunbury (119) Sebastopol 4.11 (35) v Melton (104) Redan (127) v Melton South 7.7 (49) Bye - North Ballarat City Round 4 - Mother s Day Round Saturday May 7th 2016 Melton South 4.10 (34) v Bacchus Marsh (156) Ballarat 9.15 (69) v Sunbury (173) Redan 15.5 (95) v East Point (93) Darley 14.9 (93) v Lake Wendouree (103) Sunday May 8th 2016 North Ballarat City (162) v Sebastopol 7.9 (51 Bye - Melton U/18 Challenge Match Wednesday May 11th 2016 Ballarat FNL v Riddell DFL Clarke Oval Round 5 - Community Umpiring Round Saturday May 14th 2016 Bacchus Marsh (182) v Ballarat 8.3 (51) Lake Wendouree (88) v North Ballarat City 7.20 (62) Redan (106) v Darley 7.12 (54) Melton (78) v East Point 9.7 (61) Sunbury (153) v Melton South 9.7 (61) Bye - Sebastopol WorkSafe AFL Victoria Country Championships Saturday May 21st 2016 Western Region FL (95) v Ballarat FNL (92) Round 6 - Indigenous Round Saturday May 28th 2016 Melton 10.5 (65) v Bacchus Marsh (89) Darley 12.7 (79) v North Ballarat City 8.13 (61) East Point (144) v Melton South 7.9 (51) Sebastopol 7.8 (50) v Lake Wendouree (122) Redan 9.8 (62) v Sunbury (104) Bye - Ballarat Round 7 Saturday June 4th 2016 Bacchus Marsh 7.19 (61) v Lake Wendouree (82) Ballarat 7.7 (49) v Redan (81) North Ballarat City (169) v Melton 4.4 (28) Sunbury (145) v Sebastopol 2.3 (15) Bye - East Point Round 8 - Queen s Birthday Weekend Saturday June 11th 2016 Darley (91) v Ballarat 6.7 (43) East Point (118) defeated Sebastopol 6.6 (42) Lake Wendouree (122) defeated Sunbury 8.10 (58) Melton 5.8 (38) v Redan (120) Sunday June 12th 2016 North Ballarat City (71) v Bacchus Marsh 19.8 (122) Bye - Melton South Round 9 Saturday June 18th 2016 Lake Wendouree (138) v East Point 7.15 (57) Bacchus Marsh 7.13 (55) v Redan (70) Melton South 10.8 (68) v North Ballarat City (166) Sebastopol 8.10 (58) v Darley 5.18 (48) Sunday June 19th 2016 Ballarat (71) v Melton 13.9 (87) Bye - Sunbury Round 10 Saturday June 25th 2016 Ballarat 8.13 (61) v North Ballarat City (113) Darley (88) v Melton 9.9 (63) Melton South 9.14 (68) v Lake Wendouree (127) Redan (102) v Sebastopol 4.8 (32) Sunbury (77) v East Point 12.9 (81) Bye - Bacchus Marsh Note: (N) = Night Game (AST) = Altered Start Times Round 11 Saturday July 2nd 2016 Ballarat (110) v Melton South 7.6 (48) East Point 10.9 (69) v Darley (97) Melton 12.3 (75) v Lake Wendouree (79) North Ballarat City (115) v Sunbury 15.9 (99) Sebastopol 3.4 (22) v Bacchus Marsh (71) Bye - Redan Round 12 - Multicultural Round Saturday July 9th 2016 Lake Wendouree (89) v Darley (92) Bacchus Marsh (149) v Melton South 5.6 (36) Sunbury (107) v Ballarat 9.10 (64) Melton (102) v Sebastopol (70) Redan 14.5 (89) v North Ballarat City 8.15 (63) Bye - East Point Round 13 - Rivalry Round Saturday July 16th 2016 Ballarat (107) v Sebastopol 13.7 (85) East Point 9.13 (67) v Lake Wendouree (74) Melton South (70) v Melton (133) Sunbury (83) v Redan 7.7 (49) Darley 6.9 (45) v Bacchus Marsh (147) Bye - North Ballarat City Round 14 Saturday July 23rd 2016 Melton 6.6 (42) v Sunbury (94) North Ballarat City (122) v Lake Wendouree (83) Sebastopol (94) v Melton South 2.8 (20) Darley 8.3 (51) v Redan (147) Sunday July 24th 2016 Bacchus Marsh (126) v East Point 10.9 (69) Bye - Ballarat Round 15 Saturday July 30th 2016 Sebastopol 4.11 (35) v Redan (90) Melton South 9.11 (65) v Ballarat (168) North Ballarat City (154) v East Point 7.9 (51) Bye - Darley / Sunbury / Melton / Bacchus Marsh / Lake Wendouree Round 16 Saturday August 6th 2016 Bacchus Marsh v Melton Redan v Lake Wendouree East Point v Ballarat Melton South v Sunbury Sunday August 7th 2016 North Ballarat City v Darley Bye - Sebastopol Round 17 Saturday August 13th 2016 Melton South v Darley East Point v Melton Lake Wendouree v Sebastopol Sunbury v North Ballarat City Ballarat v Bacchus Marsh Bye - Redan Round 18 Saturday August 20th 2016 Lake Wendouree v Bacchus Marsh Melton v North Ballarat City Sebastopol v East Point Redan v Ballarat Sunbury v Darley Bye - Melton South Maddingley Park City Oval Eastern Oval Melton Rec Reserve Eureka Stadium Melton Rec Reserve Eastern Oval Wendouree Reserve Clarke Oval Alfredton Oval Wendouree Reserve MacPherson Park Marty Busch Reserve City Oval Clarke Oval 2016 Qualifying/Elimination Finals August 27th & 28th 2016 Teams TBA 2.15 PM Eastern Oval or Darley Park 2016 Semi Finals September 3rd & 4th 2016 Teams TBA 2.15 PM 2016 Preliminary Final Saturday September 10th 2016 Teams TBA 2.15 PM Eastern Oval or Darley Park Eastern Oval or Darley Park 2016 Red Onion Creative BFNL Grand Final Saturday September 17th 2016 Teams TBA 2.30 PM Eastern Oval 40 BFNL RECORD

22 EAST POINT KANGAS CORNER BALLARAT SWAN S CHATTER Football: Today we welcome the Ballarat Swans to the Eastern Oval. The under 18.5 s will be looking to find their form again after a disappointing result last week in tricky conditions, I m sure the boys will be keen to bounce back. The Reserves continued their winning ways grinding out a 10 goal win, while in the Seniors will be looking for an improved performance today in order to take the points. Netball: Last week against North Ballarat City the 19/ Unders had a hard fought loss to the top team, they played their hearts out and pushed an unbeaten team to the final siren. D Grade was almost a carbon copy situation and result with a huge effort from all players in extremely cold and windy conditions. C and B Grades could not get the points this week but with determination and team work, will look to finish the season on a positive in their next 3 contests. A Grade- Match of the round between the top undefeated rivals saw marquee match-ups all over the court and what a game! A dominant second quarter by Eastpoint saw us lead by 6 at the main break, setting us up to control a tough second half with steady plays and drive. An 8 goal win was an awesome effort by the girls. Across the grades the standout players were: Kate McLeod, Emma Farrell, Rhiannon Witson, Crystal Ellis, Zoe Trembath, Liz Carson, Kelsie Stewart, Erin Burns, Rhiana Collins and Molly McLachlan. Family Day: The last home game for the East Point Kangaroos on August 13 is our family day and all are welcome. Bring your mum,dad, brothers, sisters, aunties, uncles the whole family and friends to enjoy our last home game for season There will be a jumping castle and face painting for the kid along with great company with everyone from the East Point community. Social: A reminder that the Special Effort Raffle tickets have been handed to players to sell. The event is on Sunday the 14th August. Sell 4 and you get a freebie yourself so its worth the effort. This is the last major fundraiser of the year so its very important for the club Sponsors Day :Today the club welcomes all of its 2016 sponsors to the club for the afternoon from 1pm to 5pm to see the games V Ballarat and enjoy some hospitality. We thank you for your support throughout the 2016 season and hope enjoy the day. Today the Active Electrical Swans are across town to take on the East Point FNC. Last time the two clubs met was back in round 2 under the new lights at Active Electrical Oval Alfredton with the Ballarat Swans taking the points on that occasion and will be looking to remain on the winning list. Both Football and netball enjoyed a good day down the highway last week against the Melton FNC. The seniors and reserves brought back the points and all teams bar B Grade were successful. Congratulations to Ash Madder, who just recently played his 100th reserve game, played his first senior game last week it was a long time coming. SPONSOR OF THE WEEK: ZAPPER CAPPER Electrical safety testing helps protect your employees safety and helps protect managers from liability. We provide a comprehensive service that complies with all of the Worksafe regulations and Australian Standard AS/NZS 3760:2003. This includes a complete management service in the recording all of your electrical assets, including reporting when they were last tested and when they will be due for their next test. You simply hand the Zapper Capper report to the Worksafe auditor. Call the Zapper Capper on After the game today we return to Alfredton for the match day awards and a meal from Kate s Kitchen. Good luck to all the teams today. GO SWANS 42 BFNL RECORD

23 EAST POINT COACH: Glenn Wilkins RESERVES COACH: Shane Darroch U/18.5 COACH: Chris Banwell BALLARAT COACH: Ash Baker RESERVES COACH: Dean Adams U/18.5 COACH: Tim Shearer # PLAYER PPV 1 Hayden Walters 1 2 Jono Lanyon 2 3 Brad Whittaker 1 4 Jason Delaney 1 5 Daniel Tung 1 6 Sam Cooper 1 7 Sam Romeril 1 8 Chris Banwell 1 9 Paul Koderenko 1 10 Xavier Vearing 4 11 Toby Boyle 1 12 Bryson McDougall 1 13 Andy Maconachie 2 14 Jordan Staley 5 15 Jesse Murphy 3 16 Andrew Stevenson 1 17 Keegan Mellington 4 18 Aden Nestor 1 19 Jack Peeters 2 20 James Park 1 21 Mitch Walsh 2 22 Nick Hind 2 23 Luke Faull 1 24 Drew Murphy 1 25 Angus Wright 1 26 Chris Quinlan 1 27 Jack Watkins 1 28 Brent Fitzpatrick 1 29 Rhys Monument 1 30 Jack Savige 4 31 Alex Davis 1 32 Josh Draffin 2 33 Chris Carson 1 34 Alex Hynes 2 35 Joel Van Meel 1 (Cont d) # PLAYER PPV 36 Richard Zelencich 37 Jordan Taylor 1 38 David Slater 1 39 Mitch McCrow 1 40 Ben Lusby 1 41 Nick Weightman 4 42 David Brady 1 43 Ryan Walsh 1 44 Kristan McNicol 3 45 Jarryd Walters 1 46 Leigh Reddrop 3 47 Louis Herbert 6 48 Jack McClure 1 49 Jethro Kirby 1 50 Xavier Bourke 1 51 Jackson Morrish 3 52 Pat Hall 1 53 Will Petrowski 1 54 Zac Budge 1 55 Brodie Murphy 3 56 Trevor Ball 3 58 Devon Lock 1 59 James Bassett 1 60 Adam Walters 1 19 & UNDER NETBALL GK Laura Fay GD Janae Stewart WD Keeley Haseloff C Holly Medwell WA Courtney McCrow GA Rhiana Collins GS Courtney Medwell Sub Molly McLachlan Sub Meg Taylor Sub Caitlin Bell Coach Emma Farrell Captain Janae Stewart UNDER 18.5 # PLAYER 1 Mackenzie Spark 2 Ben Noonan 3 Antonio Scarcella 4 Harli Givvens 5 Seth Moore 6 Izaac Johnstone 7 Keenan Waterbury 8 Brayden Leonard 9 Liam Fitzpatrick 10 Liam Gunn 11 Sean Bourke 12 Joe Downey 13 Jeremy Learmonth 14 Lachlan Thornton 15 Mitch Canny 16 Zac Price 17 Tynan Haintz 19 Josh Thompson 21 Lachlan Ross 22 Clay Bilney 23 Joel Gallagher 24 Ryan Thompson 25 Ethan Lawler 26 Joe Dodd 27 Tom Wakefield 28 Nathan Hucker 30 Dallas Martin 31 Matt Waller 32 Cameron Jackson 33 Leslie Maroney 34 Max Scales 37 Jack Buttler 38 Nick Caulfield 40 Mitch Tuddenham D GRADE NETBALL GK Kelsey Stewart GD Kylea Wilson WD Amber Allen C Maddie Moran WA Erin Byrnes GA Jenna Davidson GS Annika Orr Sub Jaymie Haire Sub Maddie Pertzel Sub Amy Lewis Coach Jenna Davidson, Kylea Wilson Captain Maddie Moran A GRADE NETBALL GK Marcelle Geljon GD Beth Smith WD Clare Blanchfield C Lauren Atkinson WA Kate Martin GA Emma Farrell GS Lauren Jew Sub Jemma Mirabella Sub Crystal Ellis Sub Rhona Wilson Sub Sascha Veldhuis Coach Sascha Veldhuis Captain Emma Farrell B GRADE NETBALL GK Jo Bayles GD Perri Fenton WD Steph Mundy C Emily Compton WA Jess Thompson GA Bree Whittaker GS Rachael Wilson Sub Rhiannon Whitson Sub Monique Watson Sub Stacey DePaizza Sub Taylor Banham Coach Sascha Veldhuis Captain Perri Fenton C GRADE NETBALL GK Gab Carson GD Liz Carson WD Katrina Simmons C Zoe Trembath WA Jacinta Cooper GA Grace Curran GS Jessica Chapman Sub Georgia Mason Sub Montana Labas Sub Madi Thomas Coach Lauren Atkinson Captains Jacinta Cooper, Liz Carson # PLAYER PPV 1 Bailey Fraser 1 2 Sam James 2 3 Shane Hutchinson 1 4 Daniel Hobbs 1 5 Hayden Hughes 1 6 Marcus Powling 3 7 Elliot Gepp 1 8 Brayden Rodd 1 9 Ben Hobbs 1 10 Stuart Baker 1 11 Jesse Nicholls 1 12 Jack Blackburn 1 13 Tyler Constable 1 14 Brad McDonald 4 15 Mitch Martin 1 16 Damian Larkin 1 17 Jacob Willowhite 1 18 Will Garner 1 19 Alex Stepnell 1 20 Nick O'Farrell 1 21 Bailey Van Der Heuval 1 22 Phillip Vivan 1 23 James Quayle 1 24 Mitch Rodd 1 25 Jackson Ford 3 26 Thomas Mooney 1 27 Tom Stapleton 1 28 Zane Thompson 1 29 Ged Shearer 2 30 Brendan Smith 1 31 James Mead 1 32 Toby Fisher 3 33 Liam Youl 2 34 Pearce Antonio 3 (Cont d) # PLAYER PPV 35 Bradley Meyer 3 36 Tom Templeton 4 37 Josh Boon 1 38 Daniel Kennedy 1 39 Lachlan Cassidy 1 40 Shane Phongo 1 41 Brandon Schmidt 1 42 Ash Madder 1 43 Glenn Coleman 3 44 Chris Egan 1 45 Andrew Toan 4 46 Mitchell Bishop 1 47 Steele Cox 2 48 Patrick Kennedy 4 49 Nathan McCullum 2 50 Jake Fraser 2 51 Blayne Fisher 1 52 Michael Cross 1 53 Tom Gillett 1 54 Tim Jankovic 1 55 Brad Ryan 1 56 Dylan Blake 57 James Slater 1 58 Liam Porter 1 59 Jonathan Murphy 1 60 Eammon Nuttell 1 61 Michael Sordello 3 19 & UNDER NETBALL GK Ella Catterson GD Bree Hern WD Brianna Baird C Ash Bylsma WA Tia Britt GA Ruby Fisher GS Shelby Cunningham Sub Molly Cove Sub Teagan McFarland Coaches Katie Lindvist & Shenea Cunningham UNDER 18.5 # PLAYER 1 Nicholas Wealands 2 Jack Leonard 3 Tate Allan 4 William Garner 5 Luke Wynd 6 Taylor Sutton 7 Lucas Hodgetts 8 McKenzie Mayne 10 Zac Fiegert 11 Mitch Bishop 12 Ash Gray 13 Oliver Smith 14 Austin McPherson 15 Isiah Shearer 16 Ben Worthington 17 Jake Graham 18 Nathan Luka 19 Luke Kinnersley 20 Liam Fisher 21 Bailey Van De Heuval 22 Carter Prendergast 23 Will Johnston 24 Matthieu Brehaut 25 Bailey Fraser 26 Samuel McMaster 27 Rob Corden-McKinley 28 Trent Robertson 30 Jordan Grenville 34 MacKenzie Smith 35 Mathew Hastings D GRADE NETBALL GK Steph Parsons GD Maddy Sheard WD Bree Cirvn C Sarah Kerlin WA Kirsten Slater GA Erina Edgar GS Pip Hosrley Sub Jess Luke Sub Bronte Shortal Sub Joss Gilbert Sub Holly Manley Coaches Loretta Fisher & Maria Nunn A GRADE NETBALL GK Chelsea McMahon GD Katie Lindvkist WD Abbey Wiltshire C Ruby Wilson WA Mikayla George GA Jaime Palmer GS Kelly Moran Sub Shenea Cunningham Sub Ellen Werts Sub Hayley Fidler Sub Tara Domashenz Coach Leesa Battistello B GRADE NETBALL GK Amanda Birkett GD Kate Charleson WD Karen Goonan C Emma Watson WA Laura Head GA Kirsten Phyland GS Claire Oliver Sub Kirsty McLean Coach Karen Goonan C GRADE NETBALL GK Lisa Wood GD Sophie Belsar WD Jess Wallace C Sammi Lindvkist WA Charlotte Nicols GA Bec Wallace GS Ashton Litchfield Sub Anthea Stevens Sub Laura Forbes Sub Rachael Grawich Coach Maria Nunn TEAM 1/4 TIME 1/2 TIME 3/4 TIME FULL TIME RESERVES U/18.5 TEAM 1/4 TIME 1/2 TIME 3/4 TIME FULL TIME RESERVES U/ BFNL RECORD

24 MELTON SOUTH PANTHER PRESS SUNBURY LIONS SNIPPETS Today we take on an old rival Sunbury. We have had some great tussles over the years. Lets hope today is one we can put in the vault. We also welcome our 1991 Under 18 s Premiership side back for their 25 year reunion. We welcome the boys in at half time and after the game for some refreshment. Thanks to The Bruv (Scotty) for organising the get together. Football- Well, well, well. Same old story. The boys played competitive first half and showed signs of good footy. Don t know what happens at half time but it was a different side. It s a massive privilege to pull on this jumper and play for this club. Pride in performance is all we ask. Effort will take you a long way. There is 2 games left so lets play with #PantherPride. The reserves started well and were in front at quarter time, but one quarter of footy let us down. The boys fought it out but fell short in the end. Two old timers, Leggsy and Zip, were the better players and past legend Reardo made a guest appearance with 2 goals. The Unders kept their finals hopes alive with a good win. The boys are getting together at the right time of year. Better players were Brodes, Patty and Fez. Netball- A disappointing day for the girls with only the B Grade having a win. The old saying is it s how you bounce back. Lets get some wins on the board and hope some of the grades push through to finals. Good luck to all the girls involved! Social- A great night was had by all at our hypnotist night. A lot of laughter on the night and weird stuff performed. Thanks to Mel and Pam for organising. We can say all our functions this year have been a hit. Next week is past players day. Make sure you let anyone know who played at the Panthers that they are more than welcome to enjoy the day against our arch enemy. Be sure to see Pam or Dracca for our Reverse Draw tickets. This will be held in two weeks on the Saturday 20th August. See our notes for more info next week. Volunteers of the week- To all the people who braved getting up to be hypnotised. Without you all it would of been an uneventful night! Sponsors of the week- SGA Engineering For all your steel fabrication or steel sales be sure to see Ted or Derek. We thank you for all your ongoing support this year and in previous years. International Cranes If you need a cane give Adam or Peter Leggett a call. Thanks for your support. It s people like you guys that help to keep this club the way we like it. We all know The Bruv is a pretty laid back sort of guy, but we have never seen him more relaxed than on Saturday night. He must of had a big week at work because all he did was sleep. As you would say Bruv, Come on man! Until next week, The Prowling Panther #PantherPride Well finally we have the McMahon Pavilion and change rooms back, it has been a long season using the temp village out the back but thanks goes to everyone who has had to deal with and adjust what would not be the norm, from coaching staff, trainers, players and all of the support staff and supporters. Thanks also to the Hume City Council for their efforts in getting us in just in time for the last 2 home games and the run into the finals, there was some happy coaches and players with the new facility things should return to normal pretty quick. The Youth Girls have had good wins in the finals, the U15 s in their first season have won both games and need one more to progress to the GF while the U18 s had a win and have advanced straight to the GF, the senior Women finished 4th and play their first final on Sunday at Northcote, good luck to all of the girls they really have embraced the winning way at the Sunbury Lions. Don t forget your Last Man Standing- Reverse Draw whatever you want to call it tickets, all players have them for sale so don t forget to sell them or buy one, the draw will be the next home game against North Ballarat City which will also be the next Presidents Lunch with Mark Harvey as the Guest Speaker, tickets available from Sando or Hedley, we also have the catering for the finals, we will be calling on people, players, family, supporters,( Coey, Werner and the Donoghues have already offered) to assist with this, we won t be asking too much just some time from you to help cook and serve, it is extremely important that we represent the Club well with this as it is important from a financial point. Please see the next announcement. Press Release Sunbury Lions Senior & Junior Football/Netball clubs have commenced talks regarding a proposed merger of the 2 clubs. Although there has always been a loose connection this has never been a formal link. A steering committee with representatives from both the Junior & senior committees has been set up to consider the idea. The potential merger would see change for both clubs and it is important that we understand what this looks like, to gather information, clarify and determine the best way forward for all concerned. It is important that we remain open and transparent with our members and keep them abreast of the situation as ultimately it will be the members who will decide. We would like to invite all of our Junior & Senior Football/ Netball club members & parents to an information night to be held in the history room at Clarke Oval, Sunbury on Tuesday the 16th of August commencing at 7pm. The night will be chaired by ex Sunbury Lions Juniors President John Hansen with all of the representatives from the steering committee in attendance to answer any questions. Signed by: The combined committees of the Sunbury Lions Junior & Senior Football/Netball Clubs. 46 BFNL RECORD

25 MELTON SOUTH COACH: Mark Pedersen RESERVES COACH: Ryan Sutherland U/18.5 COACH: Bill Clarke SUNBURY COACH: Rick Horwood Reserves Coach: Mick Sheehan U/18.5 COACH: Wayne Meacham RESERVES UNDER 18.5 A GRADE NETBALL (Cont d) UNDER 18.5 A GRADE NETBALL # PLAYER PPV 1 Ryan Holzer 1 3 Billy Sullivan 1 4 Brody Sullivan 1 5 Nicholas Wilson 3 6 Ben Sortino 3 7 Anthony Hibbert 1 8 Daniiel Leggett 1 9 Blake Henderson 3 10 Nathan Reardon 1 11 Shaun White 1 13 John Bell 1 14 Brendan Hooper 1 15 Daniel Vasjuta 1 16 Manual Reardon 1 17 Will Dao 2 18 Thomas Stoneham 19 Lachlan Watkins 1 20 Marc Dransman 1 21 Daniel Hillier 1 22 Mark Sortino 3 23 Angus Story 2 28 Justin White 1 31 Cody Ogston 1 34 Jayden Vincent 1 35 Jesse Pardo 1 # PLAYER PPV 2 Jake Thorton-Geilen 1 12 Craig Searle 1 24 Sean Humphries 1 25 Jack Morrissey 1 26 Brendan Binik 1 27 Matthew Collins 1 33 Matthew Smith-Bye 1 39 Jackson Reale 1 40 Dylan Nicholson 1 41 Jai Carlin 1 42 Daniel Cooper 1 44 Jesse Beaman 1 45 Joal Rattya 1 46 Shaun Lord 1 48 Daniel Martin-Walker 1 52 Glenn Wolfe 1 55 Heath Fleetwood 1 60 Josh Binik 1 61 Troy Ellis 1 62 Matt McKane 1 63 Gareth Ryan 1 88 Chris Carlin 1 19 & UNDER NETBALL GK Natalie Roberts GD Bonnie Cottam WD Emily Bibby C Jade Keller WA Paris Disco GA Johnanne Hunt GS Hannah Mallet Sub Madyson Lang Sub Vera Kurilic Sub Jesmine Crossthwaite Sub Samantha Morrissey Sub Emily Steward Coach Alexis Climas Captain Madyson Lang # PLAYER 1 Nathan Gammell 3 Anthony Curtis 4 Jake Charge 5 Jack Farrar 6 Paddy Unsworth 7 Aaron Clarke 8 Connor Charge 9 Dylan Clarke 10 Jack Simpson 11 David Curtis 20 Jack Mepstead 21 William Thorton-Gielden 27 Brady McMillan D GRADE NETBALL GK Mel Kelly GD Rachael Best WD Jessica Holland C Megan Johnson WA Rachel Paddon GA Kristi Gilchrist GS Sarah Anning Sub Victoria Warwick Sub Emily Feben Sub Melissa Climas Coach Donna Collett Captain Mel Kelly GK Naomi Moore GD Katrina Mullumby WD Jenna Nicolle C Tarryn Healy WA Jessica Bibby GA Elexis Climas GS Shereen Wolfe Sub Chrissy Smeaton Sub Paige Gilchrist Sub Erin Carlin Sub Megan Humphries Coach Melissa Climas Captain Katrina Mullumby B GRADE NETBALL GK Allira Westerland GD Jen Pucek WD Paige Honey C Georgia Bowden WA Malanie Allison GA Cass Lindsay GS Michaela Klacysen Sub Katarina Butigan Sub Ahlyss Williams-Otutaha Sub Scarlett Trewavis Coach Melissa Climas Captain Malanie Allison C GRADE NETBALL GK Melissa Dawson GD Sheridan Ness WD Meagan Dockeary C Kara Sheedy WA Cassie Hovey GA Donna Collett GS Stacey Holmquest Sub Ally Morrissey Sub Emma Egan Sub Jamie-lee Hillier Sub Paris Disco Coach Aexis Climas Captain Cassie Hovey # PLAYER PPV 1 Roger Allen 3 2 Alik Magin 5 3 Matthew Medcraft 1 4 Jack Landt 1 5 Josh Burgess 1 6 Jack Sheahan 1 7 Matthew Parker 1 8 Andrew Duhau 1 9 Anthony Sammut 1 10 Nathan Wood 1 11 Tim Hill 1 12 Adam Short 1 13 Reece Wood 1 14 Jesse McInneny 3 15 Greg Hay 1 16 James Sheahan 1 17 Jake Steeper 1 18 David Kovacevic 1 19 Tom Donoghue 3 20 Grant Valles 5 21 Corey Hansen 1 22 Joe Redfern 5 23 Josh Guthrie 1 24 Patcick McDonough 2 25 Nathan Bridgland 1 26 Tanner Bell 1 27 Ben McInneny 2 28 Jesse Flannery 1 29 Daniel Toman 5 30 Chris Tsardakis 3 31 Jimmy Brien 1 32 Dwain Sanderson 1 # PLAYER PPV 33 Ben Guthrie 1 34 Paul Barry 1 35 Sam Sewell 1 36 Jake Horwood 1 37 Mitch Pearce 1 38 Adam Prescott 1 39 Trent Stead 1 40 Andrew Gill 1 41 Mitch Conn 1 43 Josh Muir 1 44 James Rizk 1 45 Jack Sullivan 1 46 Rick Turner 1 48 Luke Bradshaw 1 49 Ryan Ritchie 1 51 Josh Laynon 1 52 Cameron Burrows 1 53 Michael Powell 1 54 Andrew Gilbertson 1 56 Tom Moon 1 58 Jamie Elliott 1 60 Dale Sleight 1 61 Jack Williams 1 19 & UNDER NETBALL GK Jamie Power GD Rachael McLean WD Sarah Dekazos C Madison Pappa WA Emily Gardinet GA Georgia White GS Tiana Murphy Sub Sarah Crowhurst Coach Danah Burrows Captain Rachael McLean # PLAYER 1 Lachlan Bramble 2 Jacob Bygate 4 Liam Sarkezi 5 Jack Hannett 6 Isaac Smithwick 7 David McDonald 8 Lachlan Wilkins 9 Dylan Mundy 10 Dylan Caruana 11 Jack Dillon 12 Brad Mundy 13 Darcy Blythman 14 Jordan Taylor 15 James Betson 16 Joshua Sorraghan 17 Mitchell Arnold 18 James Pollard-Wright 19 Brett Johnson 20 Ethan Travers 21 Will Healy 22 Dylan Landt 24 Lachlan Tarczon 29 Mick Edwards 37 Mitch Pearce D GRADE NETBALL GK Taylor Green GD Taylor Brogan WD Stephanie Brophy C Natasha Cox WA Belinda Tardini GA Angella Ballinger GS Natasha Grant Sub Catherine Edwards Sub Jade Onvlee Sub Ashlee Stirling Sub Kristin Sharam Coach Sui Johnson Captain Tarsh Cox GK Rebecca Anstey GD Rachael Dovaston WD Katelyn Begley C Prue Stanley WA Sally Podbury GA Olivia Thomas GS Laura Garland Captain Rebecca Anstey B GRADE NETBALL GK Tami Hardwick GD Suzi Johnson WD Lauren Wishart C Lauren Gilcrist WA Ash Danckert GA Kila Elavo GS Amanda Cusack Sub Kelly Wood Coach Lauren Gilcrist Captain Suzi Johnson C GRADE NETBALL GK Amanda Colahan GD Jade Berrill WD Coutney Bryant C Hayley Mackie WA Megan Whittard GA Danah Burrows GS Ash Whittard Sub Jen Lewis Sub Casey Martin Coach Jen Lewis/Stuart Moon Captain Danah Burrows TEAM 1/4 TIME 1/2 TIME 3/4 TIME FULL TIME RESERVES U/18.5 TEAM 1/4 TIME 1/2 TIME 3/4 TIME FULL TIME RESERVES U/ BFNL RECORD

26 NORTH BALLARAT CITY DARLEY DIARY Our White Ribbon day V East Point was very successful and the boys had a terrific win in the senior game. There was a strong wind at the start of the game and we got a great lead in the first quarter which held us in good stead for the rest of the game. It was a great win as we come into the pointy end of the season. Derick Micallef s 8 goals gave him best on ground and the radio broadcaster s something to talk about! Our reserves again lost against a very solid East Point team and our U/18.5 s had a terrific win with only minimal numbers in the team so all bodes well for the finals for them, all boys contributing to the win. Thank you to the Ballarat White Ribbon committee for their support on the day and Simone O Brien for coming along to the day to toss the coin and to speak to players and supporters. It was much appreciated and left everyone admiring her courage and determination. Our senior jumpers looked terrific with the White Ribbon design and we hope to make it an annual event. Thank you to everyone also for cooperating during this difficult time with the grandstand redevelopment, it is much appreciated. Good luck to all competing today. Go North. FOOTBALL: We are coming off the bye and welcome back some much needed senior experience in today s line up. Unfortunately our rehab section is far busier than the oval at the moment, however with injury comes opportunity for others and we would like to congratulate our debutants that have played senior football over recent weeks / months. You have all done a great job representing the DFNC jumper. Today we play guests to North City at Eureka in a healthy rivalry that has grown over the years. Take every opportunity with both hands. Our Reserve grade boys have used 51 players out of necessity this year and we hope we can get some injured players back on the park. Our U18 boys are no exception from the injury woes and hope they can settle their 22 heading into September. Good luck today gents. NETBALL: What a fantastic win for our A grade ladies last game against Redan. Dug deep to get the result, well done ladies!!! It shows what you are all capable of and hope to see you continue this form into season SOCIAL: The DFNC would like to publically thank Dane Swan who had everyone in the palm of his hand at our inaugural Sponsors Day Lunch. Dane was hilarious and was great with all of our supporters, in particular with all the kids. We hope all of our sponsors had a fantastic day and thanks for your support. COMING UP Vote Count Day (yes we are bringing it back full vote counts for all grades), Presentation Night and AFL Grand Final Day. Stay tuned for scheduled dates so you don t miss out on what are to be 3 fantastic final social functions for DARLEY DEN: It is with much regret that our senior coach Jarrod Tuddy Edwards announce his resignation from coaching post the 2016 season. Tuddy has grown and handled the position of senior coach nothing short of outstanding, not to mention winning us the elusive Premiership Cup last year. Tuddy advised the committee of his decision pre-season this year and with respect of his decision we awaited the right time for him to tell his players first and foremost. Tudd is looking forward to some quality family time with his girls after a hectic and extremely busy 3 years. We hope he will continue to play (if he can get the old body up) and know that he will assist where he can going forward. We would also like to thanks Ally at this time for being a single parent between March and October for the last few years and not only that, but helping out on social committee and organising so many events herself throughout this time! You guys are amazing with the amount of time you have put into our club and we appreciate it to no end. With this change, we now look onwards and upwards to more exciting times ahead. The appointment of a new coach is underway and we look forward to that announcement at season s end. Who am I?? Which player was inducted into the AFL Hall of fame in 1996, but never played an AFL game?? 50 BFNL RECORD

27 NORTH BALLARAT CITY COACH: Jordyn Burke RESERVES COACH: Justin Johnston U/18.5 COACH: Jamie Lamb DARLEY COACH: Jarrod Edwards RESERVES COACH: Matthew Cape U/18.5 COACH: Jacob Whitney (Cont d) UNDER 18.5 A GRADE NETBALL RESERVES UNDER 18.5 A GRADE NETBALL # PLAYER PPV 1 Jarryd Graham 1 2 Mitch Johns 2 3 Sam Willian 1 4 Josh Bromley Lynch 1 5 Martin Curtis 4 6 Geoff Lovett 1 7 Matt Coon 1 8 Lou Campana 1 9 Nathan Olver 1 10 Andrew Cartledge 1 11 Ryan Hobbs 1 12 Joe Symons 1 13 Ryan Luke 1 14 Simon McCartin (C) 1 15 Shaun Lyle 1 16 Derrick Micallef 3 17 Jordyn Burke 4 18 Tom Bourke Finn 1 19 Daniel Jones 1 20 Mitch Gilbert 1 21 Tom McPhan 1 22 Adam Turley 1 23 Jack Gluyas 1 24 Sam Hooper 1 25 Caleb McGrath 1 26 Alex Fitzpatrick 3 27 Sam Bromley Lynch 1 28 Keenan George 1 29 Serge Campana 1 30 James Cusack 2 31 Leigh Brady 3 32 Clay Jenkins 1 33 Liam Cullinan 1 34 Jack Craven 1 35 Chris Metcalfe 1 36 Jarred Powell 1 37 Matt Nevett 1 38 James Vanderkley 1 # PLAYER PPV 39 Matt Johnston 1 40 Zac Kennedy 1 41 Aaron Sedgwick 1 42 Ben Simpson 5 43 Garang Bulkoch 3 44 Brayden Draffin 1 45 Thayne Turley (Res Capt) 1 46 Andrew Lambert 1 47 Harry Murphy 1 48 James Menzies 2 49 Daniel Kilpatrick 1 50 Nathan Shaw 2 51 Michael Fortescue 2 52 Jordon Orr 2 53 Lachie Simpson 1 54 Harry Seery 2 55 Andrew Porter 1 56 Dylan LeSock 2 57 Lachie Wilson Boyle 1 58 Jake McConville 59 John Lyle 1 60 Karl Trezise 1 61 Anthony Nigro 1 62 Alex Pike 2 19 & UNDER NETBALL GK Zoe Nevett GD Greta Stevens WD Brianna Renshaw C Ellie Morrish WA Gemma Whitty GA Elonie Hooper GS Maegan Osmond Sub Annie Hills Sub Ella Selmon Coach Annie McCartin Captain Zoe Nevett # PLAYER 1 Matt Geary 2 Mitch Hay 3 Billy Hoye 4 Tom Bromley Lynch 5 Trent Moss 6 Matt Goh 7 Harry Lamb 8 Harry Loader 9 Tom Hotchin 10 Seamus Hoffmann 12 Patrick Keogh 13 Tynan Haintz 14 Xavier Carey 18 Jackson Duffy 19 Bailey Squire 20 Ollie Nash 21 Brock Leonard 22 Adam Coles 23 Jacob Duffy 24 Jarred Schiefert 26 Matt Willian 28 Max Lawless 30 Jordan Johnston D GRADE NETBALL GK Jackie Walker GD Lisa James WD Emily Tattersall C Paula Grylewicz WA Amy Pattinson GA Kelly Amoore GS Deb Hutchinson Sub Sam Hay Sub Mikhaela Bourke Sub Sophie Scherer Sub Anne Pettit Sub Courtney Pearse Coach Kelly Amoore Captain Kelly Amoore GK Emma Church GD Sarah Milton WD Emily Pellegrino C Olivia Jones WA Stacey McCartin GA Gina McCartin GS Jordyn Bibby Sub Holly Titheridge Coach Annie McCartin Captain Stacey McCartin B GRADE NETBALL GK Jessica Prince GD Kate Bibby WD Melissa Thomas C Hannah Bunney WA Louise McCartin GA Amelia Brereton GS Victoria Weaver Sub Kaylie Reid Sub Sheridan Petering Coach Trish Bibby Captain Sheridan Petering C GRADE NETBALL GK Bree Gilmour GD Anthea Coutts WD Hannah Gluyas C Ebony Leonard WA Stacey Gafa GA Krista Hay GS Josie Gundry Sub Tara Meade Sub Zoe Nevett Coach Andrew Kruger Captain Ebony Leonard # PLAYER PPV 1 Tate Stone 1 2 Steven Kennedy 2 3 Rhys Ellis 1 4 Jake Ancrum 1 5 Anthony Chiu 2 6 Scott McAllester 2 7 Luther Baker 1 9 Mitch Banner 5 10 Richard Knight 2 11 Jake Edwards 1 12 Dane Grenfell 1 13 Harley Inglis 1 14 Mark Hansen 2 15 Darren Leonard 1 16 Jacob Zeestraaten 1 17 Brad Inglis 1 19 Abe Cameron 1 20 Luke Delahey 1 21 Jarrod Edwards 1 22 Jason Clarke 1 23 Travis Minns 1 25 Ryan Closter 2 27 Daniel Robson 4 28 Shane Page 1 30 Drew Edwards 1 32 Zane Dix 1 33 Corey Cullen 3 34 Leigh Spiteri 1 36 Michael Clancy 2 39 Shane O'Bree 1 # PLAYER PPV 4 Jake Ancrum 1 7 Luther Baker 1 12 Dane Grenfell 1 18 Kane McAuliffe 1 19 Abe Cameron 1 22 Jason Clarke 1 23 Travis Minns 1 24 Dwayne Edwards 1 30 Drew Edwards 1 32 Zane Dix 1 33 Corey Cullen 3 34 Leigh Spiteri 1 35 Travis Stephenson 1 36 Michael Clancy 2 37 Sam Holt 1 38 Jacob Whitney 1 40 Benn Matthews 1 41 Ross Gundry 1 42 Tom Thacker 1 44 Steve Turner 1 45 Brad Barnes 1 47 Shannon McDonald 1 48 Brad Spiteri (Hall) 1 49 Ben Holt 1 51 Brandon Keep 1 52 Tom Evans 1 55 Kevin O'Rafferty 1 56 James Leonard 1 57 Jackson Wells 1 19 & UNDER NETBALL GK Neve Perry GD Sophie Antonello WD Tamika Taylor C WA Elsa Cugola GA Ruby Ancrum GS Dayna Inglis Sub Dayna Inglis Coach Rylee Gogeff Captain Sophie Antonello # PLAYER 1 Cooper Pepi 2 Joel Barnes 3 Matt Horan 4 Tristan Loy 5 Noah Baker 6 Nathan Dodemaide 7 Christian Toner 8 Matthew Young 9 Lachlan Randall 10 Nathan Barnes 11 Kain Dickson 12 Liam Cahill 13 Hayden Humphrey 14 Ben Solomon 15 Kye Merceica 16 Brant Lopes 17 Mark Engstrom 18 Drew Locke 19 Matt Taylor 20 Liam Douglas 22 Jake Beecham 23 Callum Margraine 30 Chris Randall 61 Nick Salapura D GRADE NETBALL GK Bron Hawken GD Crystal Whtye Marshall WD Natalie Wilks C Ebony Keep WA Georgia McGill GA Ashleigh Wallace GS Melissa Byron Sub Emma Van Meel Sub Maddi Rippingale Coach Christine O'Hanlon Captain Crystal Whtye Marshall GK Tarni Lopes GD Bree Rizzato WD Ashlee Depetro C Brooke Pengelly WA Demi Geary GA Tara Parker GS Courtney Barnes Sub Megan Jackson Coach Marika Barnes Captain Bree Rizzato B GRADE NETBALL GK Tayler Drevensek GD Ashby Keep WD Jasmin Dearing C Brinley Keep WA Jordan Geary GA Rachel Kelly GS Rylee Gogeff Sub Samara McConnell Coach Marika Barnes Captain Rylee Gogeff C GRADE NETBALL GK Nicola Verbeek GD Louise Pettifer WD Melissa McCallum C Hayley Inglis WA Bianca Gordon GA Jess Baddeley GS Alana Johnson Sub Kaitlyn Govan Coach Christine O'Hanlon Captain Nicola Verbeek TEAM 1/4 TIME 1/2 TIME 3/4 TIME FULL TIME RESERVES U/18.5 TEAM 1/4 TIME 1/2 TIME 3/4 TIME FULL TIME RESERVES U/ BFNL RECORD

28 BALLARAT FOOTBALL UMPIRES ASSOCIATION REPORT Congratulations to BFUA Life member Peter Hughes who will today umpire his 1400th. Peter started as a 15year old on the boundary, then progressed to central umpiring until a couple of years ago when he moved to the goals. This is a massive achievement and one that the BFUA is very proud of. Keep up the good work Peter and we know that there are many more games left. The annual BFUA Whistle Blower function will take place on Saturday 13th August at the BFUA Clubrooms (City Oval Bowling Club) from 7pm through to 12am. Please return all tickets to Peter Biggin no later than Wednesday 10th August. For more information on the event please see Peter at training. Training for next week is as follows: Monday 8th August - City Oval Wednesday 10th August - Llanberris Athletic Facility - All Umpires welcome back to BFUA Social Rooms afterwards. After Saturday s matches make your way back to the Miners Tavern for some good food, drinks and company. The BFUA is grateful for the ongoing support of our sponsors Buffalo Sports, Ballarat Leagues Club, Australian Catholic University, Miners Tavern and JAL Contractors. Umpire Related Issues - If any club has an umpire related issue that they would like to discuss with the BFUA in 2016, could you please Gary Learmonth at Each issue will be dealt with accordingly and passed onto the appropriate people within the BFUA. It is important that if a club does have something to discuss with the BFUA, the issue is presented to the BFUA through the right channels within your club. EG/From club official such as club President/Junior Coordinator or Senior Coach. All appropriate information is on the BFUA Website. Please go to to view the website. For any further questions regarding the BFUA, please call Gary Learmonth on (03) Ballarat based building maintenance & Earthmoving company 120 Lydiard St (North), Ballarat VIC 3350 P F E Specialises in Bulk Earthworks,Dams Top Soil,Lge sites cuts Enquires Contact John on BFNL RECORD

29 GOLDFIELDS AFL GOLDFIELDS WEEKLY TRIBUNAL RESULTS BALLARAT FOOTBALL NETBALL LEAGUE (ROUND 15) No Results MARYBOROUGH CASTLEMAINE FOOTBALL NETBALL LEAGUE (ROUND 14) No Results RIDDELL DISTRICT FOOTBALL NETBALL LEAGUE (ROUND 14) PLAYER CLUB AGE DIVISION CHARGE VERDICT PENALTY Paddy O Neill (Runner) Wallan Seniors Abusing an Umpire Pending Pending Brenton Hansen Wallan Seniors Rough conduct against an opponent Pending CENTRAL HIGHLANDS FOOTBALL NETBALL LEAGUE (ROUND 15) No Results Pending 120 Lydiard St (North), Ballarat VIC 3350 P F E Ballarat based building maintenance & Earthmoving company Specialises in Bulk Earthworks,Dams Top Soil,Lge sites cuts Enquires Contact John on BFNL RECORD

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31 NETBALL REPORT By AFL Goldfields Netball Manager Kim Bailey Confident Girls is the main grass roots campaign of the Netball Foundation the fundraising arm of Netball Australia and partner of the Australian Netball Diamonds team. We know that sport is a powerful tool in empowering girls to be happy and healthy. Every week, millions of girls around Australia walk off the court with the confidence that comes from being part of a team, enjoying the bond of a shared experience and the benefits of regular exercise. They also build the kind of resilience that is learnt from winning and losing, and taking the good with the bad. But for many reasons, not all girls have the chance to participate. In Australia, more than 600,000 children live below the poverty line and don t have the opportunity to be part of a sporting team. Many families cannot afford to pay sport fees, buy a uniform and shoes to play in, or get transport to sporting events. Some schools don t offer sports activities or have the money to buy equipment. And unfortunately, many girls lack the selfconfidence to get involved or their cultural background doesn t encourage them to be physically active. Confident Girls has already supported more than 10,000 girls through community netball programs since founded last year. In 2016, an improved Confident Girls campaign is aiming to raise $250,000 towards netball programs such as Inclusion NetSetGO program and community introductory programs, utilising a new peer to peer fundraising platform hosted by the Australian Sports Foundation. The campaign and platform launched on 22 April 2016 and will be in two rounds: April June to coincide with the start of the netball season and September November to coincide with the end of the netball season. Although fundraising can happen at any time of the year. The core target audiences are private schools, netball school ambassadors, grass roots netball clubs, NetSetGO centres, workplaces of netball players and Netball Australia commercial partners. Netball Australia have plenty of tools and resources to help you register and support the campaign. You could also win some great prizes, including tickets to watch the Diamonds play and a coaching clinic from Diamond s Head Coach, Lisa Alexander. Netball Foundation Chair, Noeleen Dix says Confident Girls aims to give more girls the chance to build confidence both on and off the court. Australian women know how important their social networks are; and Netball friendships are at the core of that network for many of us, Dix says. Netball is in just about every community in Australia but there are some girls who can t access it. Confident Girls aims to provide programs to take Netball to everyone. Australian Sports Foundation CEO, Patrick Walker is delighted to be partnering with a campaign that can impact the lives of many. We look forward to helping many more disadvantaged girls enjoy the health and social benefits of playing Netball, Walker says. 100% of funds raised goes to support Confident Girls. To register and donate head to Last week we saw the highly anticipated game between one and two on the ladder in East Point and North Ballarat and we weren t disappointed in what was a game that showed what a wonderful standard of netball we have in our league. North suffered their first defeat in nearly two seasons which will give East Point the confidence to go into the final series as the premiership favourites. Sebastapol booked its place in the finals series with a spirited win over Redan. Redan s loss now places them 2 games out of the six and with a hard draw ahead. They will have to win all of their remaining games and rely on others to lose to play finals. This week Ballarat will see where they sit when they come up against East Point. Ballarat s Kelly Moran had an amazing game last weekend shooting at 97% accuracy and she will need to continue with this great work if Ballarat are to go deep into the final series. Good luck to all teams. Happy Netballing. 60 BFNL RECORD

32 2016 NETBALL RESULTS: ROUND 15 A GRADE D GRADE Sebastopol 35 def 28 Redan Sebastopol 13 def by 25 Redan Melton South 41 def by 68 Ballarat Melton South 18 def by 27 Ballarat Nth Ballarat City 31 def by 39 East Point Nth Ballarat City 28 def 25 East Point B GRADE 19 & UNDER Sebastopol 17 def by 36 Redan Sebastopol 16 def by 39 Redan Melton South 49 def 45 Ballarat Melton South 32 def by 33 Ballarat Nth Ballarat City 36 def 20 East Point Nth Ballarat City 30 def 17 East Point C GRADE Sebastopol 13 def by 35 Redan Melton South 30 def by 42 Ballarat Nth Ballarat City 31 def 20 East Point 62 BFNL RECORD

33 2016 FOOTBALL RESULTS: ROUND 15 Sebastopol Redan SEBASTOPOL Goal Kickers: M. Powell, S. Butler, R. Noether, T. Petersen Best Players: T. Hutt, J. McNab, B. Goodes, T. Petersen, B. Trew REDAN Goal Kickers: D. Horbury 3, N. Willox 2, T. Watson 2, C. Currie, D. Colbert, D. Chester, N. Horbury, C. Giampaolo Best Players: N. Horbury, M. Cullinan, D. Horbury, P. Britt, C. Currie, D. Chester North Ballarat City East Point NORTH BALLARAT CITY Goal Kickers: D. Micallef 8, S. Mc Cartin 3, M. Johnston 3, M. Johns 2, D. Jones 2, C. Mc Grath 2, A. Turley, C. Jenkins, J. Graham, J. Symons Best Players: D. Micallef, M. Curtis, S. Mc Cartin, J. Symons, M. Johnston, D. Jones EAST POINT Goal Kickers: C. Quinlan 2, B. Fitzpatrick, J. Lanyon, D. Tung, P. Koderenko, B. Whittaker Best Players: C. Quinlan, J. Watkins, D. Tung, J. Lanyon, M. McCrow, P. Koderenko Melton South Ballarat MELTON SOUTH Goal Kickers: B. Hooper 2, B. Sortino 2, S. Humphries, L. Watkins, M. Dransman, S. White, A. Hibbert Best Players: B. Sortino, A. Hibbert, D. Hillier, S. White, J. Thornton Gielen, D. Leggett BALLARAT Goal Kickers: H. Hughes 6, Z. Thompson 3, A. Stepnell 3, J. Quayle 2, B. Smith 2, N. O Farrell 2, S. James 2, B. McDonald 2, M. Powling, J. Blackburn, A. Madder Best Players: M. Powling, H. Hughes, D. Kennedy, S. Hutchinson, D. Hobbs, T. Stapleton TONY LOCKETT MEDAL GOALKICKING Player Team RD TOTAL Derick Micallef Nth Ballarat City 8 51 Andrew Pitson Lake Wendouree 0 48 Damian Cupido Bacchus Marsh 0 40 Jack Landt Sunbury 0 35 Cameron Richardson Bacchus Marsh 0 33 Hayden Hughes Ballarat 6 32 Braedan Kight Melton 0 31 Mitchell Banner Darley 0 30 Brent Fitzpatrick East Point 1 26 Dane Grenfell Darley 0 26 MERV & MARY HOWARD CLUB CHAMPIONSHIP TEAM POINTS Redan North Ballarat City Sunbury Lake Wendouree East Point 116 Ballarat 95 Bacchus Marsh 81 Darley 77.5 Melton 72.5 Sebastopol 60 Melton South BFNL RECORD

34 2016 FOOTBALL RESULTS: ROUND 15 RESERVES Sebastopol Redan SEBASTOPOL Goal Kickers: B. Dummett, B. Stevens, S. Henry, J. Eyers, D. Cuthbertson, D. Baxter, S. Keiller Best Players: A. Brimacombe, D. Cuthbertson, L. Noether, D. Baxter, J. Eyers, S. Keiller REDAN Goal Kickers: K. Mackay 3, N. Sullivan 3, J. Hutchison 2, B. Wilson 2, M. Robinson, J. Sardo, S. Whiting, D. Page, A. Barker Best Players: P. Fitzgibbon, K. Mackay, G. Lukich, S. Whiting, L. Lamb, T. Hamilton North Ballarat City East Point NORTH BALLARAT CITY Goal Kickers: J. Cusack 2, J. Gluyas, E. Lovett Best Players: M. Coon, A. Sedgwick, G. Lovett, J. Cusack, L. Cullinan, J. Gluyas EAST POINT Goal Kickers: A. Wright 5, J. McClure 2, K. McNicol 2, D. Brady, B. Williamson, B. Dreher, W. Petrowski, B. Watkins Best Players: A. Wright, J. McClure, R. Walsh, K. McNicol, C. Banwell, J. Spratling JIM GULL MEDAL GOALKICKING Player Team RD TOTAL Baden Stevens Sebastopol 1 31 Mitchell Suban Bacchus Marsh 0 27 Tony Castrignano Bacchus Marsh 0 26 Angus Wright East Point 5 26 Jackson Kinna Redan 0 23 Samuel Sewell Sunbury 0 21 Brody Richie Melton 0 21 Bradley Carrigg Sebastopol 0 18 Mark Farrar Melton 0 18 David Brady East Point 1 17 Melton South Ballarat MELTON SOUTH Goal Kickers: J. Reardon 2, J. Madafferi 2, D. Cooper, A. Xuereb, L. Notman, R. Souter Best Players: A. Leggett, M. Collins, C. Ogston, L. Notman, J. Pardo, M. Mckane BALLARAT Goal Kickers: A. Toan 3, B. Schmidt 3, T. Mooney 2, S. Baker, J. Fraser, S. Cox Best Players: J. Boon, J. Ford, A. Toan, T. Mooney, M. Mayne, J. Fraser 66 BFNL RECORD

35 2016 FOOTBALL RESULTS: ROUND 15 UNDER Mair Street, Ballarat VIC 3350 Phone: (03) Fax: (03) Sebastopol Redan SEBASTOPOL Best Players: T. Holmes, J. Harvey, J. Price, C. Stewart, M. Miller, C. Jeffrey REDAN Goal Kickers: L. McLean 3, A. Harvey 3, J. Toulmin, H. Woodward, D. Okely, B. Guinea, K. Linton, Z. Jenkins, L. Scheele, T. Douglass Best Players: D. Okely, K. Linton, X. Curran, B. Guinea, A. Lovel, A. Harvey North Ballarat City East Point NORTH BALLARAT CITY Goal Kickers: S. Hoffman 2, T. Bromley-Lynch, M. Goh, H. Lamb, T. Moss Best Players: S. Hoffman, P. Keogh, W. Hoye, T. Bromley-Lynch, T. Hotchin, J. Duffy EAST POINT Goal Kickers: E. Lawler Best Players: D. Martin, B. Leonard, B. Noonan, S. Moore, E. Lawler, C. Jackson Melton South Ballarat MELTON SOUTH Goal Kickers: A. Clarke 5, N. Gemmell 5, D. Clarke 2, B. Sullivan 2, M. Smith-Bye, J. Watkins, J. Smoors, N. Reardon, P. Unsworth Best Players: B. Sullivan, P. Unsworth, A. Clarke, N. Gemmell, D. Clarke, N. Reardon BALLARAT Goal Kickers: L. Hodgetts 4, W. Johnston 3, Z. Fiegert 2, N. Luka, C. Prendergast, L. Kinnersly, M. Brehaut Best Players: J. Leonard, M. Mayne, R. Corden-McKinley, Z. Fiegert, L. Hodgetts, N. Luka TOP GOALKICKERS Player Team RD TOTAL Aaron Clarke Melton South 5 39 Jack Simpson Melton 0 38 Jacob Bygate Sunbury 0 36 Mitchell Canny East Point 0 31 Lachlan Whyte-Marshall Bacchus Marsh 0 26 Lucas Hodgetts Ballarat 4 23 Ryan Thompson East Point 0 22 Alexander Harvey Redan 3 21 Nathan Gemmell Melton South 5 20 Todd Douglass Redan 1 20 Dylan Clarke Melton South BFNL RECORD

36 2016 BFNL McDONALD S JUNIOR FOOTY WRAP UNDER 16.5 TEAM P W L D BYE FF For Agst % PTS Lake Wendouree East Point North Ballarat Redan Bacchus Marsh Ballarat Darley Mount Clear UNDER 14 TEAM P W L D BYE FF For Agst % PTS Lake Wendouree Ballarat Mount Clear East Point Redan Darley North Ballarat Bacchus Marsh Sebastopol UNDER 12 TEAM P W L D BYE FF For Agst % PTS East Point North Ballarat Darley Mount Clear Lake Wendouree Bacchus Marsh Redan Sebastopol Ballarat UNDER 16.5 RESERVES TEAM P W L D BYE FF For Agst % PTS North Ballarat Redan Ballarat Lake Wendouree Bacchus Marsh East Point Darley Mount Clear UNDER 14 RESERVES TEAM P W L D BYE FF For Agst % PTS North Ballarat Redan Ballarat Bacchus Marsh Mount Clear Darley Lake Wendouree East Point Sebastopol UNDER 12 RESERVES TEAM P W L D BYE FF For Agst % PTS Redan Mount Clear North Ballarat Ballarat East Point Darley Bacchus Marsh Lake Wendouree Sebastopol BFNL RECORD

37 2016 BFNL TELSTRA JUNIOR NETBALL WRAP 17 & UNDER TEAM P BYE W D L For Agst PTS PTS RATIO % North Ballarat City Lake Wendouree Bacchus Marsh East Point Juniors Darley Redan Sebastopol Mount Clear Ballarat & UNDER TEAM P BYE W D L For Agst PTS PTS RATIO % North Ballarat City Lake Wendouree Mount Clear Bacchus Marsh Ballarat East Point Juniors Darley Redan Sebastopol & UNDER TEAM P BYE W D L For Agst PTS PTS RATIO % North Ballarat City Lake Wendouree East Point Juniors Darley Sebastopol Ballarat Bacchus Marsh Redan Mount Clear & UNDER RESERVES TEAM P BYE W D L For Agst PTS PTS RATIO % North Ballarat City East Point Juniors Darley Redan Lake Wendouree Bacchus Marsh Sebastopol Ballarat Mount Clear & UNDER RESERVES TEAM P BYE W D L For Agst PTS PTS RATIO % North Ballarat City Lake Wendouree East Point Juniors Ballarat Darley Redan Mount Clear Sebastopol Bacchus Marsh & UNDER RESERVES TEAM P BYE W D L For Agst PTS PTS RATIO % North Ballarat City Lake Wendouree Bacchus Marsh Ballarat East Point Juniors Sebastopol Redan Darley Mount Clear BFNL RECORD

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39 402 Main Road, Golden Point 1241 Howitt Street, Wendouree 1605 Sturt Street, Alfredton THE 2016 COURIER PLAYER OF THE YEAR AWARD THE Courier Ballarat Football League player of the year voting is in camera for the remainder of the home and away season. LEADING VOTE-GETTERS: CLUB BY CLUB: BACCHUS MARSH Matt Denham 19, Daniel Burton 18, Jarrah Maksymow 18, Tyson Shea 17, Cam Richardson 15, Damian Cupido 13 BALLARAT Shane Hutchins 16, Hayden Hughes 12, Tom Stapleton 8 DARLEY Steve Kennedy 12, Rhys Ellis 6 EAST POINT Paul Koderenko 30, Daniel Tung 12 LAKE WENDOUREE Luke Bucknall 20, Steve Clifton 18, Nick Peters 18, Ben Taylor 17, Andree Pitson 14 MELTON Jake Gleeson 22, Jack Walker 17, Ryan Davis 14 NORTH BALLARAT CITY Simon McCartin 23, Derrick Micallef 15, Martin Curtis 12 REDAN Matthew Cullinan 19, Nathan Horbury 19, Brenton Riordan 19, Dean Chester 13, Dan Colbert 12 SEBASTOPOL Marshall Cain 9, Michael Powell 9, Ben Trew 8 SUNBURY Alik Magin 37, David Kovacevic 16, Jack Landt 11 LEADERS after Round 14 Alik Magin Sunbury 37 Paul Koderenko East Point 30 Simon McCartin Nth Ballarat City 23 Jake Gleeson Melton 22 Luke Bucknall Lake Wendouree 20 Matt Denham Bacchus Marsh 19 Nathan Horbury Redan 19 Matt Cullinan Redan 19 Brenton Riordan Redan 19 Jarrah Maksymow Bacchus Marsh 18 Steve Clifton Lake Wendouree 18 Nick Peters Lake Wendouree 18 Simon McCartin Nth Ballarat City 18 Daniel Burton Bacchus Marsh 18 Tyson Shea Bacchus Marsh 17 Ben Taylor Lake Wendouree 17 Jack Walker Melton BFNL RECORD

40 Contact Michael Toner: Ian Trigg: NAME POSITION PHONE Rod Ward Aaron Nunn AFL Goldfields Regional General Manager BFNL Commercial & Regional Operations Manager Scott Carey BFNL Operations Manager Gary Learmonth BFUA Operations Manager Kim Bailey Netball Manager Rhiannon Banner Netball Operations Coordinator BFNL RECORD

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