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    www.bendigoadvertiser.com.au

    BFL NCFLLVFL HDFL AFLMCDFL BENDIGO GOLD BENDIGO PIONEERS BENDIGO THUNDER

    . . .

    FOOTY FOCUS

    Bendigo Advertiser, Friday, July 5, 2013 19

    LIVE NOW at www.bendigoadvertiser.com.au

    Ticket information and bookings from Bendigo Pioneers Office

    on 03 5442 4466,

    [email protected] or visit bendigopioneers.aflvic.com.au

    For accomondation bookings contact All Seasons Hotel Reception

    on 03 5443 8166

    Discounted rooms available for event attendess.R.S.V.P.: August 16

    BE A SELECTOR AND WINFrom the selected 75 players, the winning person will have the closest team to the Final 30players with players allocated 10 Defence, 10 Midfield, 10 Forward positions.

    To enter, cut out form below and tick which players you think will be in the final 30.

    Entries to be placed in competition box located in the upstairs foyer of the Bendigo Advertiser,47-51 Queen St, Bendigo or posted to P.O. Box 140, Golden Square, Vic, 3555.

    Competition sponsored by Bendigo Bank

    FIRST PRIZE - $500. SECOND PRIZE Table of 10 at Bendigo Pioneers 21st Celebration

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    Mark Alvey

    Lucas Anderson

    Travis Baird

    Callan Beasy

    Shaun Bergin

    Matthew Blake

    Josh Bowe

    Michael Braun

    Nathan Brown

    Jim Cail

    Marcus Carroll

    Nick Carter

    Jacob Chisari

    Andy Collins

    Aaron Connaughton

    Daniel Connors

    Eljay Connors

    Nick Dal Santo

    Anthony Dennis

    Jordan Doering

    Ben Duscher

    Daniel Elstone

    David Faveleaki

    Grant Ford

    Hugh Foott

    Brent Frewen

    Jarryn Geary

    Kallen Geary

    Russell Grigg

    Brent Guerra

    John Hardinge

    Daniel Harris

    Rhys Healey

    Sam Heavyside

    Josh Hunt

    Sam Kerridge

    Ruory Kirkby

    Rick Ladson

    Luke Livingston

    Damien Lock

    Dustin Martin

    Ben McGlynn

    Scott McGlone

    Paul McMahon

    Kane Munro

    Marcus Nalder

    Ben Neve

    Michael OBrien

    Sam OBrien

    Ryan OCallaghan

    Torin Petrie

    Steven Reaper

    Simon Rosa

    Adam Selwood

    Joel Selwood

    Scott Selwood

    Troy Selwood

    Kristian Shevlin

    Dean Solomon

    Ariel Steinberg

    Jake Stringer

    Colin Sylvia

    Chris Tarrant

    Robbie Tarrant

    Josh Thewlis

    Ashley Thompson

    Nathan Thompson

    Toby Thoolen

    Andrew Walker

    Rowan Warfe

    Ashley Watson

    Grant Weeks

    Djaran Whyman

    Jordan Williams

    Ollie Wines

    Seamus Young

    THE TEAM LIST

    Rosa recallsPioneersglory daysNATHAN DOLE

    A LOT has happened in the 14years since Simon Rosa firstravelled from Brim to play

    his first match for the BendigoBank Pioneers Football Club.

    Its been a road well travelledn which Rosa has played forhe Pioneers, Carlton, Bendigo

    Bombers, Peel Thunder in WA andnow Golden Square.

    Rosas play as a midfieldern the Pioneers from 99 until001 has him in the running forelection in the 30 greatest ashe club celebrates 21 years.

    The first instalment of six in aeries being run by the Bendigo

    Advertiser is the Selwood twins Adam and Troy, the silky-skilledNick Dal Santo, ruckman HughFoott, and wingmen Rick Ladsonand Simon Rosa.

    A dozen years after they playedn Bendigos only appearance in

    a TAC Cup grand final, Ladsonand Rosa are now team-mates atGolden Square.

    Ladson is a first-year coach athe Bulldogs, who are striving for

    a fifth consecutive premiershipvictory.

    There have been a lot of

    matches, a lot of highs, and somelows since those days, said

    Rosa, who will play a key role for

    Square in tomorrows battle of theBFNLs Bulldogs at GisbornesGardiner Reserve.

    Among the many highs havebeen premiership victories withGolden Square the past three

    years.

    Rosa said playing for thePioneers helped develop his

    football in many ways.

    They were challenging times,but great times.

    I played a couple of matchesfor the Pioneers as a 16-year-oldin 99, and then had two full yearswith the club.

    Like many Pioneers over theyears, Rosa and his family rackedup many hours and kilometrestravelling for training andmatches.

    Warracknabeal is two hoursaway from Bendigo, so it was abig strain, not just for me, but thefamily.

    In the second half of the 2001season, Rosa boarded withPioneers regional manager RayByrne and his family.

    The support network wasfantastic, not just from Ray, butalso from Neville Strauch, as wellas coaches Rod Macpherson, and

    my first coach at the Pios, BrianWalsh, said Rosa.

    The 2001 team had manyplayers kick on to play AFL, whileothers have made their mark inthe Bendigo FL and other leaguesacross the state.

    It was a great team to be partof, Rosa said.

    Continued Page 23

    TAC CUP RUNNERS-UP: Bendigo Pioneers 2001 squad. Back: Kevin Evans, Laurie Martins, John Calverley, AshWatson, Adam Selwood, Scott McGlone, Djaran Whyman, Ken Gilbee, Brendan OBrien, John Rooke. Secondow: Dean Strauch, Brad Eaton, Josh Thewlis, Daniel Jones, Vaughan Noonan, Brendan Hancock, Hugh Foott,

    Brendan Rinaldi, Russell Grigg, Guy Campbell, Elliott Bowen, Kain Robins, Kahl Oliver, Greg Liddell. Third row:Craig Morris, Dane Fitzgerald, Jake Lloyd, Brendan Clohesy, Nick Dal Santo, Rod Macpherson, Daniel Elstone,Wade Allford, Zack Harvey, Adam Ridley, Troy Selwood. Front row: Heath Aitken, Dean Moon, Simon Rosa, RickLadson, Luke Guerra, Aaron Connaughton, Josh Dawson, James Coatsworth, Ross Young, Kristan Height.

    Simon Rosa

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    20 Bendigo Advertiser, Friday, July 5, 2013

    FOOTY FOCUS BENDIGO FOOTBALL LEAGUEBENDIGO FOOTBALL LEAGUE

    ROOSv MAGPIES

    BULLDOGSv BULLDOGS

    STORMv MAGPIES

    DRAGONSv BLOODS

    Beck Legal Oval, Kangaroo Flat, 2.20pm tomorrow

    Gardiner Reserve, Gisborne, 2.20pm tomorrow

    Flight Centre Park, Strathfieldsaye, 2.20pm tomorrow

    Queen Elizabeth Oval, Bendigo, 2.20pm tomorrow

    Kangaroo Flat

    Gisborne

    Strathfieldsaye

    Sandhurst

    Castlemaine

    Golden Square

    Maryborough

    South Bendigo

    FB

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    FOL

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    C

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    FOL

    FB

    HB

    C

    HF

    FF

    FOL

    C. Rohde A. Ryan J. Monk

    S. Verbeek J. Bowyer D. Clohesy

    S. Comfait L. Lougoon J. Devanny

    A. Benbow T. Downie J. Wiegard

    J. Pitto T. Brooks T. Mihocek

    B. Millard M. Hough R. Turner

    H. Govan H. Simpson C. Medica

    S. Commerford T. Walsh A. Belcher

    S. Walsh O. Messaoudi L. Crosbie

    C. Illman T. May D. Farrugia

    E. Minns M. Knox J. Lynch

    M. Maric C. Summerfield B. Grech

    L. Bonney L. Prior J. Donaldson

    J. Dickens A. Trollop B. Lester

    K. Smith S. Everington T. Dowd

    V. Flood M. Pilcher S. Geary

    M. Ladson S. Mildren L. Dullard

    N. Moffat W. Schultz J. Hall

    K. Nihill P. Jennings M. Dole

    M. Cornish J. Ward T. Hartney

    A. Wharton B. Holmes C. Price

    J. Wharton B. Anderson R. Haythorpe

    N. Stagg R. Symes J. Coghlan

    T. Martin T. McCarthy N. Meade

    J. Graham J. Griven D. Stephens

    C. McKnight S. Hansford J. Watson

    A. Farrow J. Gilboy R. Jenkins

    D. Taylor J. OBrien M. Pianto

    J. Cordy R. Ford L. Ford

    A. Fortune A. Robinson M. Plant

    S. Wilkie D. Young C. Anderson

    J. Geary J. Coe N. Bell

    J. Baird S. Rosa J. Daley

    R. Ladson J. Bristow H. Donegan

    N. Carter J. Richardson J. Filo

    M. Compston C. Walls M. Lloyd

    D. Vadala N. Bond C. Skinner

    B. Jackson M. Bond W. Short

    L. Bucknall M. Columbro K. Lierch

    T. Cahill T. MacIlwain C. Roscholler

    L. Vadala C. Rinaldi A. Hurse

    J. Malone E. Hurse M. Johnston

    N. Coad B. Wright M. Varley

    A. Crawford J. Smythe J. Hernan

    A. Cussen B. Childs M. Tonkin

    G. Sholtes R. Alexander R. Barrack

    M. Leech J. Maddern T. Dargaville

    D. Nalder D. Frew A. Connaughton

    Interchange: C. Argus, N. McNish, C. Kekich, J. Keogh

    Emerg: D. Dempster

    Interchange: H. Huntley, J. Govan, E. McKenna, B. Sonogan

    In: B. Sonogan

    Out: L. Saunders (inj)

    Interchange from: R. Irwin, L. Driscoll, R. Weeding, L.

    Marchesi, L. Sharp, C. Brady, K. Lea.

    In: K. Lea, L. Sharp, L. March esi, A. Trollop, J. Hall

    Out: N. Smith (inj), H. Conway (Pioneers)

    Interchange: M. Thornton, L. Ross, T. Dee, S. Greene

    In: T. Dee, N. Meade, S. Greene

    Out: T. Broadbent (U18), T. Credlin, M. Leyden (both omit).

    LAST ROUND:d Maryborough by 19

    LAST ROUND:d South Bendigo by 40

    LAST ROUND:d Golden Square by 16

    LAST ROUND:Bye

    LAST ROUND:lt Eaglehawk by 87

    LAST ROUND:lt Strathfieldsaye by 16

    LAST ROUND:lt Kangaroo Flat by 19

    LAST ROUND:lt Gisborne by 40

    Interchange: L. Brennan, A. Robbins, B. Mustafa, S. Gale

    In: R. Ford

    Out: J. Timmins

    Interchange: R. Bradley, N. Coyle, H. Whittle, T. Patterson

    In: N. Bell, J. Richardson, J. Bristow, J. Baird, H. Whittle, T.

    Patterson, C. Walls

    Out: T. Baird (inj), H. Morcom (unav.), L. Moss, C. Carter, C.

    OBrien, S. Harris

    Interchange: M. Noonan, J. Hooper, R. Herd, E. Smith

    No change

    Interchange: from W. Chalmers, G. Hartney, M. Thompson, J.

    Connaughton, L. Crawford, M. Hocking.

    In: M. Varley, J. Hernan, T. Dargaville, L. Crawford, M. Hocking

    Out: J. Bice (inj), L. Burke (unavailable), J. Wilson.

    ADAM BOURKE (31):

    Roos (6)

    LUKE WEST (32):

    Roos (30)

    NATHAN DOLE (29):

    Roos (15)

    TRAVIS KING (36):

    Roos (5)

    RICHARD JONES (33):

    Roos (19)

    ADAM BOURKE:

    Gisborne (14)

    LUKE WEST:

    Gisborne (26)

    NATHAN DOLE:

    Golden Square (8)

    TRAVIS KING:

    Gisborne (23)

    RICHARD JONES:

    Gisborne (21)

    ADAM BOURKE:

    Storm (38)

    LUKE WEST:

    Storm (70)

    NATHAN DOLE:

    Storm (35)

    TRAVIS KING:

    Storm (35)

    RICHARD JONES:

    Storm (40)

    ADAM BOURKE:

    Dragons (18)

    LUKE WEST:

    Dragons (35)

    NATHAN DOLE:

    Bloods (10)

    TRAVIS KING:

    Dragons (17)

    RICHARD JONES:

    Dragons (8)

    HOW THEY STAND: LADDER GOALKICKERS ADDY PLAYER OF YEARTeam P W L D For Agst % Pts Goals Goals agst Goal diff. Qtrs won Streak Flag

    1. Eaglehawk .......... 10 8 2 0 943 690 136.6 32 136 98 +38 22/40 W5 NA

    2. Strathfieldsaye ... 10 7 2 1 1012 638 158.6 30 146 90 +56 26/40 W3 NA

    3. South Bendigo .... 10 6 3 1 824 780 105.6 26 127 111 +16 23/40 L3 NA

    4. Gisborne .............9 6 3 0 903 686 131.6 24 129 98 +31 20/36 W2 NA

    5. Golden Square.... 10 6 4 0 797 713 111.7 24 113 103 +10 22/40 L1 NA

    6. Sandhurst ....... .......9 4 5 0 860 664 129.5 16 127 94 +33 24/36 L1 NA

    7. Maryborough ....... 10 3 7 0 736 1065 69.1 12 105 157 -52 11/40 L1 NA

    8. Kangaroo Flat ....... 10 2 8 0 708 1072 66.0 8 102 151 -49 14/40 W1 NA

    9. Castlemaine ......... 10 1 9 0 561 1036 54.1 4 78 151 -73 12/40 L7 NA

    Player LR Total

    Justin Maddern (South Bendigo) ..........1 45

    Matt Gretgrix (Eaglehawk) .......................2 40

    Tyrone Downie (Kangaroo Flat) ................6 36

    Sam Mildren (Strathfieldsaye) .................0 31

    Kain Robins (Eaglehawk) ........................5 29

    Ricky Symes (Sandhurst) ........................ 25

    Matthew Knox (Gisborne) ........................5 24

    Cameron Rinaldi (Maryborough) .............0 22

    Shannon Geary (Strathfieldsaye) .............2 19

    Ben Anderson (Sandhurst) ...................... 18

    LAST TIME: Round 3, 2013: Castlemaine 12.15 (87) d Kangaroo Flat 10.10 (70)

    SINCE 1995: Castlemaine 20 Kangaroo Flat 19 Draw 1

    LAST TIME: Round 3, 2013: Golden Square 16.5 (101) d Gisborne 5.7 (37)SINCE 2000: Golden Square 17 Gisborne 16 Draw 1

    LAST TIME: Round 3, 2013: Strathfieldsaye 23.13 (151) d Mar yborough 11.11 (77)

    SINCE 2009: Strathfieldsaye 5 Maryborough 4

    LAST TIME: Round 3, 2013: South Bendigo 18.7 (115) d Sandhurst 6.12 (48)SINCE 1995: South Bendigo 26 Sandhurst 19

    Player LW Total

    Mark Lloyd (Golden Square) .......................0 21

    Kain Robins (Eaglehawk) ................................2 20

    Mitch Hough (Kangaroo Flat)...........................2 19

    Vinnie Flood (Strathfieldsaye) ..........................4 17

    Simon Rosa (Golden Square) ..........................0 15

    Tyrone Downie (Kangaroo Flat) ........................3 14

    Blair Holmes (Sandhurst) ................................0 14

    Matt Gretgrix (Eaglehawk) ...............................0 13

    Tom May (Gisborne) ...................................... ..0 13

    Tim Martin (Sandhurst) ...................................0 13

    ROUND 12 SNAPSHOT

    James Bristow

    MATCH OF THE ROUND

    HARD to go past the battle of theBulldogs at Gardiner Reservewhere fourth-placed Gisborne hostsfth-placed Golden Square.

    The winner will most likely becomeavourite to grab third place, whilehe loser is probably destined to

    attle for fourth and fifth place.The pain of last years after the

    iren grand final defeat to GoldenSquare still lingers at Gisborne.

    To rub salt into the wounds GoldenSquare pounded Gisborne by 11oals in round three this year.

    The return of James Bristow toGolden Squares line-up add spiceo the game.

    The last time the star forwardlayed at Gardiner Reserve he

    almost single-handedly won the

    game for Square as his seven goals

    helped turn a five-goal deficit into a

    five-goal win.

    UNDER THE PUMP

    Its been a massive week for

    South Bendigo.

    The Bloods suf fered their

    third-straight loss last Sunday and

    then had star on-baller Justin Wilsonthrow in an 11th-hour clearance toBears-Lagoon Serpentine.

    A war of words followed. Hardlya good lead-up to a potentiallyseason-defining clash with arch-rivalSandhurst.

    On a positive note, the Wilsonoff-field drama might just galvanisethe Bloods on the field.

    A backs-to-the wall win overSandhurst might just be the tonic toreignite Souths season.

    STATISTICALLY SPEAKING

    For the first time in six yearsCastlemaine has the opportunity toscore a season-sweep over KangarooFlat.

    Not since 2007 has Castlemainewon both matches in the same

    season against the Roos. The youngMagpies won their first encounterthis year by 17 points and will go intotomorrows clash at Beck Legal Ovalconfident of causing another upset.

    THE FINAL WORD

    Strathfieldsaye should have littletrouble in defeating Maryborough

    which would see the Storm take topspot off Eaglehawk.

    The winner of the Gisborne and

    Golden Square game will be hopingSouth Bendigos misery continues

    against Sandhurst. Theres a strong

    chance that by 5pm tomorrow wellhave just two games seperating thirdand sixth place on the ladder.

    At the other end, Castlemainemust win to have any chance of

    avoiding the dreaded wooden spoon.

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    Bendigo Advertiser, Friday, July 5, 2013 21

    TAC CUP ROUND 12

    TEAM W L D % Pts

    Geelong Falcons .......... ..10 1 0 161.4 40

    Gippsland Power ........... .8 3 0 138.1 32

    Eastern Ranges ..............8 3 0 125.1 32

    Murray Bushrangers .......7 4 0 103.2 28

    Western Jets ..................5 5 1 114.0 22

    Northern Knights ............5 5 1 91.1 22

    Calder Cannons ..............5 6 0 115.4 20

    Dandenong Stingrays ......5 6 0 98.7 20

    Sandringham Dragons...... 4 6 1 92.4 18

    Oakleigh Chargers ............ 3 7 1 73.6 14

    Bendigo Pioneers ............. 3 8 0 78.0 12

    North Ballarat Rebels ....... 2 9 0 58.8 8

    BENDIGO PIONEERS v SANDRINGHAM DRAGONSVisy Park, Carlton, 1pm tomorrow

    Being more consistent across

    four quarters especially

    defensive efforts is a major

    focus for us in this match. Our

    efficiency when we go forward

    has to be better. We are winning

    enough of the footy, but not

    scoring enough from chances.

    David Newett, coach

    There is genuine excite-

    ment in our group about

    this week. A VFL power-

    house in front of a big

    crowd and an ABC game, a

    great experience.

    Ports had a hat-trick of

    defeats, so they will be

    fired up.

    Aussie Jones, coach

    OTHER ROUND 12 GAMES

    Tomorrow:

    Murray Bushrangers v Dandenong Stingrays

    North Ballarat Rebels v Eastern Ranges

    Geelong Falcons v Oakleigh Chargers

    Sunday:

    Northern Knights v Calder CannonsWestern Jets v Gippsland Power

    INSPIRATIONAL: Bendigo Pioneers captain

    and 2012 club champion Jacob Chisari from

    South Mildura kicks in last Saturdays clash

    with Murray Bushrangers.

    Pictures: JIM ALDERSEY

    LAST TIME Round 11, 2012: Sandringham 7.13 (55) d Bendigo 4.6 (30).

    2013 LADDERTAC CUP

    B L. Barrett J. Ryan Conway

    HBMaher Jones Byrne

    C C. Barrett Chisari Connelly

    HF Hywood Mangan Evans

    F Payne Spurr Heeps

    R Hargreaves Heavyside McGrath

    BMunro Whitehead Marchetti

    HB Slater Howes Amon

    C Hooy Brayshaw Smith

    HFWilkinson Le Grice Grange

    F Clayton Maynard Cathcart

    R Kelso Grace T. Langdon

    INTER:?(from) Daidone, Landman, Vickers-Willis,Neiwand, Gabron-Uhe, Gogis, Hodges, Bazzani

    INTER: (from) Poyser, Jennings, Bacon, Harvey, L.Ryan, Trotman, OHalloran

    IN: Conway, Heeps, Heavyside, BaconOUT: OMeara (Bendigo Gold)

    i i i

    BENDIGO GOLD

    Rd 12:lt Frankston by 40

    Rd 11:lt North Ballarat by 118

    Rd 10:lt Werribee Tigers by 92

    PORT MELBOURNE

    Rd 12:lt Collingwood by 12

    Rd 11:lt Geelong by 85

    Rd 10:lt North Ballarat by 10

    THE HISTORY

    COACHES COMMENT

    LAST TIMERound 21, 2012, at North Port Oval:

    Port Melbourne ....3.2 7.4 12.9 16.10 (106)

    Bendigo ...............2.1 5.4 6.4 8.5 (53)

    HEAD-TO-HEADPlayed 23. Bendigo 5. Port Melbourne 18.

    Bendigo Gold v Port MelbourneNorth Port Oval, Port Melbourne, 1.10pm tomorrow (ABC TV)

    ROUND13

    B Clark Battaglin Munari

    H

    B

    Bolton McLinden Farrelly

    C Beck Lange Hams

    HF Magin Sheahan Thomson

    FJordan Collins McInnes Stroobants

    R Putt Aarts Toman

    INTER: (from) Brooker, McIvor, Lambden, Cain,

    OMeara*, Huntley, McCarty, Gough

    *23d player

    H

    B

    Hinkley Pleming Hammond*

    HF Pinwill Hughes Cain

    F McMahon Galea Rowe

    R Skipper Valenti Wooffindin

    INTER: (from) S. OSullivan, Smith, Whelan,

    Thornton, Plant, Batsanis, Macmillan, Papaleo,

    Allan *23rd player

    Massive task for Gold on the Boroughs

    ground at Port Melbourne. Last weeks

    performance against Frankston was one of

    Golds best this season. Will be important

    to get the ball to the teams most skilful

    players, especially going into attack, to

    capitalise near goal.

    Port Melbourne by 55

    OTHER ROUND 13 GAMESTomorrow:

    Geelong v North Ballarat Simonds Stadium, 11am.

    Box Hill Hawks v Collingwood Box Hill City Oval, 2pm.

    Sunday:

    Essendon v Northern Blues Windy Hill, 1pm.

    Frankston v Coburg Tigers Frankston Oval, 2pm.

    TEAM W L D % Pts Flag

    Casey Scorpions ...9 2 0 140.9 36

    Geelong ...............9 2 0 138.9 36

    Williamstown........8 3 0 152.8 32

    Box Hill Hawks ..... 8 3 0 134.2 32

    Collingwood .........7 4 0 111.3 28

    Werribee Tigers ....7 5 0 107.7 28

    Port Melbourne ....6 5 1 95.8 26

    Northern Blues .....5 6 0 115.6 20

    North Ballarat ........5 6 0 108.7 20

    Frankston ...............4 7 0 80.5 16

    Sandringham .........3 7 1 87.5 14

    Essendon ...............3 8 0 92.6 12

    Coburg Tigers .........3 8 0 75.5 12

    Bendigo Gold .........0 11 0 34.7 0

    LADDER

    GOAL KICKERS

    VFL 2013

    PLAYER TOTAL

    Ben Warren (Werribee Tigers) ....................41

    Michael Lourey (Frankston) ...........................40

    Dean Galea (Port Melbourne) .......................33

    Jesse Hogan (Casey Scorpions) ....................30

    Jackson Paine (Collingwood) .........................27

    Joshua Scipione (Port Melbourne) ................26

    ......................................................................

    Alik Magin (Bendigo Gold) ............................11

    Alexander Pollock (Bendigo Gold) .................10

    Steven Stroobants (Bendigo Gold) .................8

    B Gale Noonan Dillon

    BENDIGO GOLD

    TRAVIS TAKE

    FORM LINE

    C Scipione Baird Gordon

    FOOTY FOCUS VFL, TAC CUPVFL, TAC CUP

    Travis King,Bendigo Advertiser

    #17 TOM#17 TOMHAMSHAMS

    PORT MELBOURNE

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    FLAG BETTINGHawthorn 3

    Geelong 4.25

    Sydney 4.75

    Fremantle 8.50

    Essendon 12

    Richmond 14

    Collingwood 17

    Carlton 34

    West Coast 51

    Port Adelaide 67

    North Melbourne 151

    Adelaide 151

    Gold Coast 1001

    Brisbane 1001

    Western Bulldogs n/a

    St Kilda n/a

    Melbourne n/a

    GWS n/a

    RND 15 BETTINGCarlton 1.75

    Collingwood 2.08

    GWS 3.90

    Western Bulldogs 1.22

    North Melbourne 2.75

    Richmond 1.45

    Brisbane 1.46

    Gold Coast 2.65

    Geelong 2.15

    Hawthorn 1.70

    Adelaide 1.70West Coast 2.15

    Melbourne 15.00

    Sydney 1.02

    Fremantle 1.04

    St Kilda 10.00

    Essendon 1.27

    Port Adelaide 3.75

    BROWNLOWGary Ablett 2

    Jobe Watson 6.50

    Patrick Dangerfield 8

    Daniel Hannebery 12

    Dane Swan 16

    Brett Deledio 21

    Michael Barlow 21

    Sam Mitchell 21

    Luke Hodge 26

    Scott Pendlebury 26

    Ryan Griffen 34

    Matthew Priddis 34

    Chris Judd 41

    Jarrad McVeigh 51

    Josh Kennedy (Syd) 51

    Travis Boak 51

    Trent Cotchin 51

    Dyson Heppell 51

    Joel Selwood 51

    Kieren Jack 51

    David Mundy 51

    Rory Sloane 51

    AFL 2013 ROUND 15 TEAMS

    CarltonFB

    HB

    C

    HF

    FF

    FOL

    Robinson Jamison Henderson

    Tuohy McInnes Gibbs

    Lucas Judd Simpson

    Curnow Walker Garlett

    McLean Waite Kreuzer

    Casboult Betts Cachia

    Interchange: Carrazzo Armfield Murphy YarranEmergencies: Rowe White GrahamIn: Carrazzo Murphy McInnesOut: White Bootsma (hamstring strain) Scotland (strainedabductor)

    Interchange: Krakouer Sinclair Seedsman DwyerEmergencies: Russell Clarke MartinIn: Krakouer Reid Young WittsOut: Lynch (back) OBrien (ankle) Russell MartinNew: Clinton Young, 27, Hawthorn

    HEAD TO HEAD:Blues 125 Pies 117 drawn 4 LAST TIME:Pies by 17

    FB

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    C

    HF

    FF

    FOL

    Brown Maxwell Reid

    Young Shaw Williams

    Sidebottom Macaffer Ball

    Elliott Witts Swan

    Kennedy Cloke J Thomas

    Hudson Pendlebury Blair

    BLUES VMAGPIESTonight, MCG, 7.50pm

    Collingwood GWSFB

    HB

    C

    HF

    FF

    FOL

    Corr Gilham Kennedy

    Haynes Mohr Hampton

    Coniglio Shiel Treloar

    Whitfield Tomlinson Townsend

    Smith OhAilpin Cameron

    Giles Ward Scully

    Interchange: Palmer Adams Reid Hoskin-ElliottEmergencies: Greene Sumner BruceIn: Palmer Coniglio CameronOut: Sumner Williams Greene

    Interchange: Dahlhaus Tutt Hrovat StevensEmergencies: Addison Picken CrossIn: Goodes Stevens TuttOut: Boyd (cheekbone) Lower Hunter

    HEAD TO HEAD:Giants 0 Dogs 1 LAST TIME:Dogs by 42

    FB

    HB

    C

    HF

    FF

    FOL

    Morris Talia Johannisen

    Goodes Roughead Macrae

    Cooney Griffen Smith

    Giansiracusa Jones Murphy

    Dickson Cordy Stringer

    Minson Liberatore Wallis

    GIANTS VBULLDOGSTomorrow, Startrack Oval, 1.45pm

    Western Bulldogs

    North MelbourneFB

    HB

    C

    HF

    FF

    FOL

    Firrito Thompson Mullett

    Hansen Grima Atley

    Gibson Cunnington Bastinac

    Wells Petrie Greenwood

    Adams Tarrant Harvey

    Goldstein Swallow Ziebell

    Interchange: McKenzie Hine Macmillan BlackEmergencies: Gysberts Sierakowski DawIn: CunningtonOut: Thomas (suspended)

    Interchange: Vlastuin Conca Ellis WhiteEmergencies: Petterd Arnot DeaIn: VlastuinOut: Arnot

    HEAD TO HEAD:Roos 67 Tigers 82 drawn 2 LAST TIME:Roos by 4

    FB

    HB

    C

    HF

    FF

    FOL

    Morris Rance Houli

    Newman Chaplin Batchelor

    Grigg Cotchin Jackson

    S Edwards A Edwards King

    Vickery Riewoldt Martin

    Stephenson Deledio Foley

    KANGAROOS VTIGERSTomorrow, Etihad Stadium 2.10pm

    Richmond BrisbaneFB

    HB

    C

    HF

    FF

    FOL

    Golby Maguire Patfull

    Merrett Clarke Adcock

    Hanley Moloney Bewick

    Zorko Brown Rockliff

    McGrath Staker Green

    Leuenberger Redden Rich

    Interchange: Harwood Raines Mayes LesterEmergencies: Lisle Yeo PolkinghorneIn: Merrett Raines Bewick Green MayesOut: Polkinhorne Lisle Yeo Docherty (back) Black (groin)

    Interchange: Prestia Russell Bennell BostonEmergencies: Weller Warnock TapeIn: Russell BennellOut: Weller Hunt (calf)

    HEAD TO HEAD:Lions 4 Suns 1 LAST TIME:Lions by 2

    FB

    HB

    C

    HF

    FF

    FOL

    McKenzie Day Wilkinson

    Broughton Thompson Murphy

    Shaw Ablett Stanley

    Harbrow May A Hall

    Brown Gorringe Sumner

    Nicholls Swallow OMeara

    LIONS VSUNSTomorrow, Gabba, 4.40pm

    Gold Coast

    GeelongFB

    HB

    C

    HF

    FF

    FOL

    Guthrie Lonergan Enright

    Corey Taylor T Hunt

    Mackie Selwood Duncan

    Stokes Podsiadly Blicavs

    Caddy Hawkins MotlopSimpson Christensen Bartel

    Interchange: Kelly Stringer Murdoch J HuntEmergencies: Smedts Varcoe VardyIn: NilOut:

    Interchange: Simpkin Hale Duryea PuopoloEmergencies: Cheney Guerra LangfordIn: Bailey Puopolo RioliOut: Ellis (calf) Shiels (ankle) Ceglar (hip)

    HEAD TO HEAD:Cats 83 Hawks 67 drawn 1 LAST TIME:Cats by 7

    FB

    HB

    C

    HF

    FF

    FOL

    Stratton Lake Whitecross

    Mitchell Gibson Burgoyne

    Smith Hodge Hill

    Gunston Franklin Breust

    Savage Roughead RioliBailey Sewell Lewis

    CATS VHAWKSTomorrow night, MCG, 7.40pm

    Hawthorn AdelaideFB

    HB

    C

    HF

    FF

    FOL

    Otten Rutten Brown

    van Berlo Talia Smith

    Vince Sloane Crouch

    Riley Henderson Douglas

    Porplyzia Jenkins WrightJacobs Dangerfield S Thompson

    Interchange: Jaensch Lynch McKernan LairdEmergencies: Tambling Mackay HartiganIn: McKernanOut: Reilly (shoulder)

    Interchange: Dalziell Cripps Gaff McGinnityEmergencies: Lycett Morton WilsonIn: Hill Brennan Cripps EmbleyOut: Kerr (ribs) Butler (back) A Smith (calf) Tunbridge

    HEAD TO HEAD:Crows 17 Eagles 20 LAST TIME:Crows by 49

    FB

    HB

    C

    HF

    FF

    FOL

    Schofield Glass Brown

    Brennan Mackenzie Waters

    Embley Priddis Rosa

    Hutchings Kennedy Hill

    LeCras Cox DarlingNaitanui Masten Sheppard

    CROWS VEAGLESTomorrow night, AAMI Stadium, 7.40pm

    West Coast

    MelbourneFB

    HB

    C

    HF

    FF

    FOL

    Dunn Garland Terlich

    McDonald Frawley Clisby

    M Jones Trengove Grimes

    Kent Dawes Rodan

    Fitzpatrick Watts Howe

    Gawn Sylvia N Jones

    Interchange: From: Toumpas Byrnes Strauss PedersenNicholson Sellar DaveyIn: Sellar Grimes Strauss PedersenOut: Blease (ankle)

    Interchange: From: Armstrong Bird B Jack Lamb MitchellMorton WhiteIn: Morton Armstrong Mumford ReidOut: X Richards (quad)

    HEAD TO HEAD:Demons 92 Swans 107 drawn 2 LAST TIME:Swans by 101

    FB

    HB

    C

    HF

    FF

    FOL

    Smith T Richards Rampe

    Malceski Grundy McVeigh

    Hannebery Kennedy Everitt

    McGlynn Reid Bolton

    Pyke Tippett Parker

    Mumford K Jack OKeefe

    DEMONS VSWANSSunday, MCG, 1.10pm

    Sydney FremantleFB

    HB

    C

    HF

    FF

    FOL

    Dawson McPharlin Ibbotson

    C Pearce Johnson Mundy

    D Pearce Crowley Hill

    Fyfe Mayne Walters

    Ballantyne Pavlich Sandilands

    Clarke Barlow Suban

    Interchange: From: Mzungu Taberner Sheridan de BoerSpurr Sutcliffe SilvagniIn: Pavlich Sandilands Mundy Spurr Silvagni Sutcliffe BarlowOut: Duffield (calf) Hannath Michie Crozier (groin)

    Interchange: From: Siposs Ross Lee Newnes Milera Saun-ders DunellIn: Lee Siposs Hickey Saad Saunders HayesOut: Riewoldt (soreness) Koschitzke (soreness) Webster

    HEAD TO HEAD:Dockers 12 Saints 15 LAST TIME:Dockers by 13

    FB

    HB

    C

    HF

    FF

    FOL

    Wright Gwilt Dempster

    Ray Roberton Jones

    Murdoch Hayes Geary

    Armitage Hickey Montagna

    Saad Stanley Dennis-Lane

    McEvoy Dal Santo Steven

    DOCKERS VSAINTSSunday, Patersons Stadium, 3.20pm

    St Kilda

    EssendonFB

    HB

    C

    HF

    FF

    FOL

    Baguley Fletcher Pears

    Dempsey Hooker Hibberd

    Goddard Watson Melksham

    Merrett Carlisle Winderlich

    Kommer Hurley Zaharakis

    Ryder Stanton Heppell

    Interchange: From: Bellchambers Colyer Myers HowlettDavey Hardingham HamsIn: Hardingham Colyer Hams FletcherOut: Crameri (ankle)

    Interchange: From: Brad Ebert Broadbent Neade M ThomasBlee Logan YoungIn: M Thomas P Stewart Blee YoungOut: Cassisi (hamstring)

    HEAD TO HEAD:Dons 9 Power 14 LAST TIME:Dons by 50

    FB

    HB

    C

    HF

    FF

    FOL

    Hombsch Carlile Jonas

    Pittard Trengove OShea

    Wingard Boak Cornes

    Moore Westhoff Monfries

    Gray Schulz P Stewart

    Lobbe Wines Hartlett

    BOMBERS VPOWERSunday, Etihad Stadium, 4.40pm

    Port Adelaide

    GOALKICKERS41: J Kennedy (West Coast) 2

    40: J Roughead (Hawthorn) 4,

    J Riewoldt (Richmond) 3

    39: L Thomas (Kangaroos) 437: L Franklin (Hawthorn) 4

    36: T Cloke (Cwood) 2

    34: T Hawkins (Geelong) 2,

    N Riewoldt (St Kilda) 1

    33: J Cameron (GWS

    Giants) 0

    30: J Darling (West Coast) 3,

    D Petrie (Kangaroos) 5

    LADDERP W L D F A % Pts

    Hawthorn 13 12 1 - 1573 1085 145.0 48Geelong 13 11 2 - 1474 1144 128.8 44Essendon 13 10 3 - 1365 1054 129.5 40Sydney 13 9 3 1 1263 963 131.2 38Fremantle 13 9 3 1 1101 884 124.6 38Richmond 13 9 4 - 1321 1062 124.4 36Port Adelaide 13 8 5 - 1229 1040 118.2 32Collingwood 13 8 5 - 1203 1148 104.8 32

    Carlton 13 6 7 - 1254 1101 113.9 24West Coast 13 6 7 - 1329 1208 110.0 24Adelaide 13 6 7 - 1219 1153 105.7 24North Melbourne 13 5 8 - 1307 1144 114.2 20Gold Coast Suns 13 5 8 - 1114 1225 90.9 20Brisbane 13 4 9 - 1017 1368 74.3 16St Kilda 13 3 10 - 1059 1237 85.6 12Western Bulldogs 13 3 10 - 1015 1350 75.2 12Melbourne 13 2 11 - 896 1659 54.0 8Greater Western Sydney 13 - 13 - 920 1834 50.2 -

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    FOOTY FOCUS LVFL ROUND 13

    EAGLESv BULLDOGSBackhaus Oval, Golden Square, 2.15pm tomorrow

    YCW Pyramid Hill

    FB

    HB

    C

    HF

    FF

    FOL

    FB

    HB

    C

    HF

    FF

    FOL

    M. Watkins N. Johnson S. Turner

    J. Crisp P. Jess J. McKern

    M. Hammond R. Walker S. White

    C. Tardrew N. Waterson D. Millard

    Y. Higgs M. Bailey K. Bloom

    J. Molloy A. Cronin D. Lowry

    M. Scott J. Pietromonaco B. Driscoll

    T. Barri S. Miles D. Morison

    L. Bartels N. Fitzgerald B. Fawcett

    J. Forrest L. Davies G. James

    B. Morison P. Grayling M. Bateman

    B. Singh A. Dwyer M. Hill

    Interchange: S. McDonnell, W. Anderton, J. Gard, C. Gar lick

    LAST ROUND:lt Mitiamo by 33

    LAST ROUND:d Bridgewater by 24

    Interchange: (from) B. Anderson, R. Ja mes, S. Neohoritis, J.

    Rawnsley

    ADAM BOURKE (43):

    Bulldogs (48)

    LUKE WEST (42):

    Bulldogs (66)

    NATHAN DOLE (39):

    Bulldogs (50)

    TRAVIS KING (42):

    Bulldogs (48)

    LUCKY STEW (38):

    Bulldogs (40)

    LAST TIME: Round 4, 2013: Pyramid Hill 17.22 (124) d YCW 8.12 (60)SINCE 1995: Pyramid Hill 20 YCW 17

    BLUESv SUPEROOSHibernian Hotel Oval, Inglewood, 2.15pm tomorrow

    nglewood Mitiamo

    FB

    HB

    C

    HF

    FF

    FOL

    FB

    HB

    C

    HF

    FF

    FOL

    J. Williams J. Houlden B. Wilson

    N. Wharton E. Roberts D. Rose

    P. Hartney Josh Essex Z. Monahan

    James Essex R. May J. Hutcheson

    B. Welch J. Stevenson J. McCarroll

    T. Wicks I. Douthie B. Worner

    G. Hay S. Davie S. McCarthy

    D. Armfield A. Sims R. Welch

    R. Lawry D. Grinton B. Baines

    B. Spicer M. Hind D. Whitfield

    J. Pianto A. Chapman J. Parish

    N. Twigg M. Galvin S. Lawry

    Interchange: J. Steen, J. Wilkinson, D. Langdon

    LAST ROUND:lt Calivil United by 26

    LAST ROUND:d YCW by 33

    Interchange: J. Keogh, L. Grinter, N. Lewis

    ADAM BOURKE:

    Blues (5)

    LUKE WEST:

    Superoos (1)

    NATHAN DOLE:

    Blues (13)

    TRAVIS KING:

    Blues (10)

    LUCKY STEW:

    Superoos (2)

    LAST TIME: Round 4, 2013: Inglewood 10.15 (75) d Mitiamo 6.4 (40)

    SINCE 1995: Mitiamo 30 Inglewood 8

    MEAN MACHINEv PANTHERSG.J. Gardner Oval, Bridgewater, 2.15pm tomorrow

    Bridgewater Marong

    FB

    HB

    C

    HF

    FF

    FOL

    FB

    HB

    C

    HF

    FF

    FOL

    T. Nalder D. Nalder L. Scoble

    L. Harrison J. Exell D. Clutton

    I. Broadbent A. Parry N. McClellan

    C. Prest B. Rohde S. Hanns

    H. Booth A. Collins J. McLeod

    T. Strachan Z. East D. Jones

    M. Shea R. Tibbett M. Ferrier

    J. Boyer J. Cooper M. Frankel

    C. Williamson L. Franklin B. Klemke

    B. Rogers L. Frankel J. Reardon

    T. Kirby L. Bennett Z. Turnbull

    P. Thomson C. Gregg B. Gregg

    Interchange: J. Weston, C. Hayes, D. Harrison

    LAST ROUND:lt Pyramid Hill by 24

    LAST ROUND:lt Bears Lagoon-Serpentine by 77

    Interchange: T. Borg, S. OBrien, L. Polglase

    ADAM BOURKE:

    Mean Machine (30)

    LUKE WEST:

    Mean Machine (40)

    NATHAN DOLE:

    Mean Machine (34)

    TRAVIS KING:

    Mean Machine (22)

    LUCKY STEW:

    Mean Machine (56)

    LAST TIME: Round 4, 2013: Bridgewater 20.8 (128) d Marong 10.20 (80)SINCE 1995: Bridgewater 20 Marong 18

    MAROONSv DEMONSRiverside Park, Newbridge, 2.15pm tomorrow

    Newbridge Calivil United

    FB

    HB

    C

    HF

    FF

    FOL

    FB

    HB

    C

    HF

    FF

    FOL

    A. Moore J. Postle M. Holt

    L. Harry L. Sweeney D. Beriman

    J. Cross T. Holt T. Holdstock

    B. Jones P. Cummins P. Birchmore

    C. Grant J. Mills S. Clarke

    P. Pelleg rino C. Belz S. Davies

    L. Maxted D. Anderson K. McKenzie

    R. Morrissey A. Davis G. Ritchie

    S. Green A. Dennis H. Miller

    J. McDonald C. Smith B. Richards

    R. Bowland C. Fleming M. Bell

    J. Hynes J. Reilley J. Lawry

    Interchange: A. Fithall, J. McEwan, D. Carroll

    LAST ROUND:Bye

    LAST ROUND:d Inglewood by 26

    Interchange: J. Lea, G. Richardson, B. Fleming

    ADAM BOURKE:

    Maroons (23)

    LUKE WEST:

    Maroons (46)

    NATHAN DOLE:

    Maroons (31)

    TRAVIS KING:

    Maroons (18)

    LUCKY STEW:

    Maroons (24)

    LAST TIME: Round 4, 2013: Newbridge 16.7 (103) d Calivil United 14.9 (93)

    SINCE 1995: Calivil United 32 Newbridge 10

    HOW THEY STAND: LADDER GOALKICKERSTeam P W L D For Agst % Pts Goals Goals agst Goal diff. Qtrs won Streak Flag

    1. BL-Serpent ine .... 11 10 1 0 1393 697 199.8 40 204 101 +103 35/44 W4 NA

    2. Bridgewater ........ 11 9 2 0 1197 649 184.4 36 174 91 +83 34/44 L1 NA

    3. Newbridge .......... 10 8 2 0 1039 631 164.6 32 154 91 +63 25/40 W2 NA

    4. Pyramid Hill ........ 11 7 4 0 1218 824 147.8 28 178 119 +59 27/44 W1 NA

    5. Marong ............ .. 10 5 5 0 908 917 99.0 20 131 136 -5 18/40 L1 NA

    6. Calivil United........ 11 5 6 0 770 941 81.8 20 106 137 -31 19/44 W2 NA

    7. YCW ....... ........ ...... 11 2 9 0 694 1226 56.6 8 99 176 -77 14/44 L3 NA

    8. Inglewood............. 10 1 9 0 589 1019 57.8 4 83 147 -64 8/40 L7 NA

    9. Mitiamo................ 11 1 10 0 497 1401 35.4 4 73 204 -131 9/44 W1 NA

    Player LR Total

    Alexander Collins (Bridgewater) ...........3 66

    Josh Hutton (BL-Serpentine) ...................5 39

    Sam Kennedy (Pyramid Hill) ....................2 37

    Cody Gunn (BL-Serpentine) .....................3 36

    Paul Grayling (Pyramid Hill) .....................6 32

    Brad Rohde (Bridgewater) .......................2 27

    Jeremy Mills (Newbridge) ........................ 27

    Brandt Fleming (Calivil United) ................0 23

    Luke Bennett (Marong) ...........................3 21

    Alex Chapman (Mitiamo).........................4 20

    ANOTHER dautning task for the Eagles asthey try to hit back from last weeks 33-pointloss at Mitiamo.

    Its been a difficult season for YCW,although young gun Nicholas Watersoncontinues to fire in every game.

    Will need experienced players such asJoe McKern, Steve Turner and coach PatJess to do well against a red-hot PyramidHill line-up.

    Best last week: Nicholas Waterson.

    YCWACHIEVED a brilliant win against Bridgewateron home turf at Mitchell Park last week.

    The Paul Grayling coached Bulldogs willbe determined to build on the momentumgained from beating the Mean Machine.

    Marking power of Leigh Davies andGrayling will test YCWs defence all match,while James Pietromonaco is a key figure ina strong back half.

    Best last week: James Pietromonaco.

    Pyramid HillWILL be desperate to bounce back from justtheir second defeat of the season.

    The Mean Machine was outran andoverpowered by Pyramid Hill and will bedetermined to make amends against thePanthers.

    Key targets Brad Rohde and Alex Collinsare likely to cash in on the chances setup by the likes of Zac East, Deon Jones andCallum Prest.

    Best last week: Jayden Exell.

    BridgewaterAFTER a 77-point defeat at the hands ofthe ladder-leading Bears Lagoon-Serpentine,the Marong Panthers face another of thecompetitions powerhouses.

    The Corey Gregg-coached Marong hasplayed brilliant football at times this seasonand still holds fifth place on the ladder.

    Marongs onball and midfield players willhave to harass their opponents all match.

    Best last week: Corey Gregg.

    Marong

    THE Blues put in one of their best perform-ances of the season to be within 26-pointsat the end of last Saturdays clash withCalivil United.

    Its match of the round status onInglewoods turf as two clubs chase theirsecond victories of the season.

    Inglewood beat the Roos in round four,but have had a seven match losing streaksince then.

    Best last week: Joel Stevenson.

    Inglewood CELEBRATED a long-awaited and hard-foughtvictory on home turf against YCW last round.

    Its been a long time since the Superooshave gone into a game with a great chanceof achieving consecutive victories.

    The Dennis Grinton-coached Mitiamo willlook to the likes of Alex Chapman, BraydenBaines, Mick Galvin to play well and beatthe Blues, a feat it has achieved many timesover the past 15 years.

    Best last week: Brayden Baines.

    MitiamoHAD the bye last round after a 105-pointvictory the previous week against Inglewood.

    An on-ball division led by ruckman PaulPellegrino, the versatile Chris Belz andclassy Simon Davies should set up plentyof scoring chances for the Maroons.

    Was pushed all the way by Calivil Unitedback in round four, so the Phil Birchmore-coached Newbridge must be switched onfrom the start.

    Best last week: Bye.

    NewbridgeWON a tough battle with Inglewood lastweek by 26 points.

    A talented midfield for the Demonsincludes Anthony Dennis, a winner of theNeville Strauch Medal as club champion atthe Bendigo Pioneers.

    The play of Dennis, Henry Miller and LloydMaxted will be crucial to Calivil Unitedshopes of beating Newbridge this time.

    Best last week: Jay McDonald.

    Calivil United

    Zac Stone,Zac Stone,BL-SerpentineBL-Serpentine

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    FOOTY FOCUS HDFL ROUND 12

    BLOODSv BULLDOGSElmore Recreation Reserve, 2.15pm tomorrow

    Elmore North Bendigo

    FB

    HB

    C

    HF

    FF

    FOL

    FB

    HB

    C

    HF

    FF

    FOL

    B. Scott Van Schaeck T. Kuhne

    B. Richards C. Watson R. Fulton

    D. Bateman D. Cresswell L. Hartley

    S. Freemantle J. Drake R. Wellington

    B. Rynehart Pierri H. Hayes

    M. Lawson T. Grant M. Bilney

    A. Carr C. Lomas J. Green

    R. Dudley J. Dole S. Whittle

    T. Metherell J. Ford T. OLoughlin

    J. Evans E. Massina Aarryn Craig

    D. Knight M. Spooner W. Hine

    J. Gitsham R. Alford D. Lock

    Interchange: B. Hewitt, B. Bacon, D. Lavey, B. Smith

    LAST ROUND:lt Huntly by 105

    LAST ROUND:d Mount Pleasant by 16

    Interchange: A. Lancaster, S. Brousard, L. Thomas, S. Korp

    ADAM BOURKE (31):

    Bulldogs (35)

    LUKE WEST (32):

    Bulldogs (72)

    NATHAN DOLE (30):

    Bulldogs (37)

    TRAVIS KING (34):

    Bulldogs (26)

    ELLY JOHNSTONE (35):

    Bulldogs (42)

    LAST TIME: Round 3, 2013: North Bendigo 27.22 (184) d Elmore 4.8 (32)SINCE 1996: Elmore 20 North Bendigo 15

    CATSv HAWKSNorlec Oval, Lockington, 2.15pm tomorrow

    Lockington-Bamawm United Huntly

    FB

    HB

    C

    HF

    FF

    FOL

    FB

    HB

    C

    HF

    FF

    FOL

    J. Ireland C. Treacy R. Woodland

    N. OBrien D. Lucas S. Keleher

    M. Angove J. Halloran L. Deledio

    R. Jensen C. Hudson J. Maddison

    A. Clark J. Bacon L. Collins

    L. Main M. Bongiovanni A. Dohnt

    J. Harris A. Demeo A. McKinley

    K. Shepherd M. Fitzgerald R. Dickens

    L. Crameri S. Fiske G. Davies

    M. Klein-Bretler L. OToole A. McErvale

    D. Lloyd A. Gleeson B. Dickens

    C. Thorpe C. Lobb T. Curry

    Interchange: (from) M. Dobson, D. Conhe ady, P. Hudson, A.

    Cochrane, C. OBrien

    LAST ROUND:d Heathcote by 47

    LAST ROUND:d Elmore by 105

    Interchange: (from) L. Ross, M. Pendlebury, N. Rule, A. Purtill,

    A. Wicks

    ADAM BOURKE:

    Cats (10)

    LUKE WEST:

    Cats(10)

    NATHAN DOLE:

    Cats (9)

    TRAVIS KING:

    Hawks (6)

    ELLY JOHNSTONE:

    Cats (17)

    LAST TIME: Round 3, 2013: Huntly 16.8 (104) d LBU 13.15 (93)

    SINCE 2001: LBU 23 Huntly 2

    BOMBERSv SAINTSLeitchville Recreation Reserve, 2.15pm tomorrow

    Leitchville-Gunbower Heathcote

    FB

    HB

    C

    HF

    FF

    FOL

    FB

    HB

    C

    HF

    FF

    FOL

    NOT SUPPLIED

    L. Ring C. Chilcott C. Slattery

    D. Middleton L. Carroll D. Carroll

    C. Gilmour G. Ford D. McClellan

    B. Coyle L. Frost K. Seidel

    B. Morgan J. Illaretti J. Pawsley

    D. Russell M. Millard J. Condon

    Interchange: ??

    LAST ROUND:Bye

    LAST ROUND:lt Lockington-Bamawm United by 47

    Interchange: D. Meerman, Z. Stopp, J. Formosa, D. Brooks

    ADAM BOURKE:

    Bombers (15)

    LUKE WEST:

    Bombers (15)

    NATHAN DOLE:

    Saints (10)

    TRAVIS KING:

    Saints (8)

    ELLY JOHNSTONE:

    Saints (15)

    LAST TIME: Round 3, 2013: Leitchville-Gunbower 12.12 (84) d Heathcote 8.12 (60)SINCE 2010: Heathcote 5 Leitchville-Gunbower 2

    BLUESv GRASSHOPPERSToolleen Recreation Reserve, 2.15pm tomorrow

    Mount Pleasant Colbinabbin

    FB

    HB

    C

    HF

    FF

    FOL

    FB

    HB

    C

    HF

    FF

    FOL

    NOT SUPPLIED

    P. Steward M. McEvoy H. Barlow

    T. ODwyer T. Hill M. Thompson

    W. Morrow T. Holobowski J. Wilson

    A. Van Ruiswyk J. Bull D. Booth

    S. Hill A. Pappin J. Weppner

    L. Sirre tt T. Hill P. OBrien

    Interchange: ??

    LAST ROUND:lt North Bendigo by 16

    LAST ROUND:d White Hills by 5

    Interchange: D. Gorman, C. Guinane, J. Collinson, W. Hayes

    ADAM BOURKE:

    Blues (12)

    LUKE WEST:

    Blues (3)

    NATHAN DOLE:

    Grasshoppers (11)

    TRAVIS KING:

    Grasshoppers (15)

    ELLY JOHNSTONE:

    Grasshoppers (4)

    LAST TIME: Round 3, 2013: Mount Pleasant 13.11 (89) d Colbinabbin 11.14 (80)

    SINCE 1995: Colbinabbin 27 Mount Pleasant 23

    HOW THEY STAND: LADDER GOALKICKERSTeam P W L D For Agst % Pts Goals Goals agst Goal diff. Qtrs won Streak Flag

    1. LBU.......... .......... 10 9 1 0 1141 682 167.3 36 167 99 +68 33/40 W7 NA

    2. Huntly ............ .... 10 8 2 0 1229 809 151.9 32 181 117 +64 25/40 W4 NA

    3. North Bendigo .... 10 8 2 0 1138 758 150.1 32 163 107 +56 27/40 W6 NA

    4. Heathcote .......... 10 5 5 0 856 966 88.6 20 124 139 -15 18/40 L1 NA

    5. Lville-Gunbower ... 9 4 5 0 758 797 95.1 16 107 114 -7 16/36 L1 NA

    6. White Hills ............ 10 4 6 0 822 939 87.5 16 115 136 -21 16/40 L4 NA

    7. Colbinabbin ....... ....9 4 5 0 642 750 85.6 16 91 116 -25 14/36 W1 NA

    8. Mount Pleasant .... 10 2 8 0 789 1000 78.9 8 115 143 -28 13/40 L5 NA

    9. Elmore ................. 10 0 10 0 681 1355 50.2 0 97 199 -102 9/40 L10 NA

    Player LR Total

    Michael Spooner (North Bendigo) ........3 44

    Matt Gilmore (Mount Pleasant) ...............2 43

    Lachlan Collins (LBU) ..............................4 33

    Charlie Bowyer (White Hills) ....................2 31

    Braidy Dickens (Huntly) ...........................3 26

    Anthony Pierri (Elmore) ...........................3 25

    Chris Gleeson (Huntly) ............................7 25

    Matt Sawyer (White Hills) ........................2 25

    Lachlan OToole (Huntly) .........................4 24

    Jarrod Bacon (LBU) .................................5 23

    COMPLETED a recruiting earlier this weekand will have former Sydney Swans Team

    of the Century player Darryn Cresswell lineup in the centre tomorrow.

    Cresswells experience and skill will be ahuge plus for the Tony Southcombe-coachedBloods.

    Elmore will be determined to play a lotbetter than last weeks 17-goal loss atHuntly.

    Best last week: James Drake.

    ElmoreWAS pushed all the way by Mount Pleasant,so the Bulldogs cannot afford to relax in this

    match on Elmores turf.Named in the centre, North young gun

    Jordan Ford will gain a lot should he beopposed to Cresswell.

    An attack led by Michae l Spooner, AarrynCraig and Elliott Massina will be tough forthe Bloods to hold over four quarters.

    Best last week: Jordan Ford.

    North BendigoTHE Bombers will be fired up as they aimto bounce back from a 58-point loss at

    Lockington.Theres plenty at stake in this match on

    Leitchvilles turf as fourth takes on fifth.

    The Bombers teamed well to score afour-goal win at Heathcote when these clubslast met.

    Heathcote has improved a lot since then.

    Best last week: Bye.

    LeitchvilleAN exciting run of wins was ended last weekas Lockington-Bamawm United proved to be

    too skilful, slick and strong for the Saints.The Grant Ford-coached Heathcote will be

    fired up as it knows its hold on the fourthrung is in jeopardy.

    Will need players the calibre of Ford,Marc Millard and Condon to win their shareof contests as the centre ball-ups andstoppages.

    Best last week: Dallas Middleton.

    Heathcote

    THE Cats are on a seven-game winningstreak and a formidable opponent on theirhome ground.

    Although coach Kahl Oliver is still on thesidelines, Lockington-Bamawm United hasplenty of scoring power.

    A classy midfield includes MattBongiovanni, who was best afield in lastSeptembers grand final victory.

    Best last week: Liam Main.

    LBUVICTORY in round two was just the secondtime Huntly has beaten LBU.

    The Stacy Fiske-coached Hawks showedno mercy as they beat Elmore by 105 pointslast round, but pressure from the Cats willbe much greater on every line and will lastall match.

    A Hawks half-forward line of Klein-Bretler,OToole and McErvale looks to be one of thestrongest in the league.

    Best last week: Josh Harris.

    HuntlyALTHOUGH beaten, the Blues put in a fineperformance to be within 16 points atthe end of last Saturdays clash at NorthBendigo.

    Its been a scenario thats happened quiteoften this season in which Mounts has notgone down by much.

    The Shaun Young-coached Blues will bedesperate to break the trend in this match.

    Best last week: Chris Black.

    Mount PleasantPLAYED well to beat White Hills by five pointslast round and will be confident of achievingback-to-back victories.

    Form and ladder position mean little whenthe Blues and Grasshoppers meet.

    Although it will start favourite, Colbo mustwork hard in every quarter to ensure it takesthe points.

    Best last week: Jacob Weppner.

    Colbinabbin

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    Campbells Creek Recreation Reserve, 2.35pm Sunday

    Hedges Oval, Maryborough, 2.35pm tomorrow

    Jubilee Oval, Maryborough, 2.35pm tomorrow

    Lexton Recreation Reserve, 2.35pm tomorrow

    Natte Yallock Recreation Reserve, 2.35pm tomorrow

    Navarre Sports Complex, 2.35pm tomorrow

    Talbot Recreation Reserve, 2.35pm tomorrow

    FOOTY FOCUS MCDFL, NCFL

    NAVY BLUESv BULLSCharlton Park, 2.30pm tomorrow

    Charlton Birchip-Watchem

    FB

    HB

    C

    HF

    FF

    FOL

    FB

    HB

    C

    HF

    FF

    FOL

    K. Sait M. Laffin D. Wright

    D. Thiesz R. Thompson S. Rogan

    S. OConnor B. Walklate L. Mulquiny

    T. Collins B. Roberts T. Finlay

    S. Lawry J. McGrath A. McKenzie

    A. McGurk A. Walklate A. Judd

    Interchange: R. Collins, A. White, C. Thiesz Interchange: ?

    LAST TIME: Round 5, 2013: Charlton 21.14 (140) d Birchip-Watchem 2.5 (17)SINCE 2009: Charlton 10 Birchip-Watchem 2

    REDBACKSv DEMONSDonaldson Park, Wedderburn, 2.30pm tomorrow

    Wedderburn Wycheproof-Narraport

    FB

    HB

    C

    HF

    FF

    FOL

    FB

    HB

    C

    HF

    FF

    FOL

    H. Polglase J. DeAraugo B. Rose

    M. Prowse R. McHugh D. Benaim

    C. Perry R. Tonkin N. Holt

    J. Hayes B. Herdman K. Hayes

    J. Cavallaro M. Reiffel J. Piccoli

    A. Postle L. McCarthy C. Taylor

    Jesse White Josh White Jake White

    R. White T. Rumboldt Boe Bish

    D. McClellan M. Dillon Brock Bish

    S. Driscoll D. Lourey K. Prestidge

    C. McNicol G. Turner R. Allan

    Z. White C. Jones J. Turner

    LAST TIME: Round 5, 2013: Wycheproof-Narraport 15.14 (104) d Wedderburn 11.9 (75)SINCE 2009: Wedderburn 8 Wycheproof-Narraport 5

    ROYALSv BOORTDonald Recreation Reserve, 2.30pm tomorrow

    Donald Boort

    FB

    HB

    C

    HF

    FF

    FOL

    FB

    HB

    C

    HF

    FF

    FOL

    J. Ingram J. Burke W. McAllister

    B. Grant J. Newell R. Funcke

    Darby Harrison T. Bell B. Gilmour

    A. Grant L. Anderson D. Pearce

    Darcy Harrison M. Clifford M. Gilmour

    D. Ades B. Jennings A. Baird

    D. Johnston C. Chalmers R. Crapper

    M. Rice K. Wilson M. Hennington

    J. Dehne S. Dehne J. Lanyon

    J. Fitzpatrick M. Buchanan C. Hatcher

    D. Cameron R. Easton T. Vanderzande

    N. Gooding J. Tambling M. Hodoras

    LAST TIME: Round 7, 2013: St Arnaud 12.17 (89) d Donald 8.7 (55)SINCE 2009: Donald 8 St Arnaud 4

    NORTH CENTRAL FOOTBALL LEAGUE Round 12

    HOW THEY STAND: LADDER

    HOW THEY STAND: LADDER

    Team P W L D For Agst % Pts Goals Goals agst Goal diff. Qtrs won Streak Flag

    1. Carisbrook.................9 9 0 0 1297 363 357.3 36 188 49 +139 32/36 W9 NA

    2. Navarre .....................9 7 2 0 1004 371 270.6 28 149 53 +96 28/36 L1 NA

    3. Newstead ..................9 7 2 0 1095 451 242.7 28 165 64 +101 28/36 W1 NA

    4. Lexton .......................9 7 2 0 870 470 185.1 18 128 68 +60 24/36 W2 NA

    5. Maldon .....................9 6 3 0 789 759 103.9 24 115 108 +7 17/36 W2 NA

    6. Natte Bealiba ............9 5 4 0 677 602 112.4 20 99 87 +12 21/36 W3 NA

    7. Avoca ........................9 5 4 0 785 790 99.3 20 116 114 +2 18/36 W2 NA

    8. Harcourt....................9 5 4 0 843 872 96.6 20 125 129 -4 17/36 W1 NA

    9. Talbot ..........................9 4 5 0 557 680 81.9 16 78 97 -19 17/36 L1 NA

    10. Campbells Creek .......9 3 6 0 751 1235 60.8 12 111 186 -75 10/36 L2 NA

    11. Royal Park .................9 2 7 0 567 874 64.8 8 78 132 -54 12/36 L6 NA

    12. Dunolly ..................... 9 2 7 0 526 952 55.2 8 76 138 -62 12/36 L2 NA

    13. Trentham ...................9 1 8 0 500 1011 49.4 4 72 155 -83 10/36 L2 NA

    14. Rovers ...................... 9 0 9 0 335 1166 28.7 0 46 171 -125 3/36 L9 NA

    Team P W L D For Agst % Pts Goals Goals agst Goal diff. Qtrs won Streak Flag

    1. Charlton ...................10 7 3 0 933 582 160.3 28 135 81 +54 26/40 L2 NA

    2. St Arnaud .................10 7 3 0 1072 744 144.0 28 153 104 +49 30/40 W5 NA

    3. Wyche-Narraport .......10 7 3 0 810 760 106.5 28 119 109 +10 21/40 W3 NA

    4. Boort ........................9 5 4 0 655 765 85.6 20 93 111 -18 13/36 W1 NA

    5. Wedderburn ................9 4 4 1 767 785 97.7 18 110 110 0 17/36 D1 NA

    6. Donald........................9 2 6 1 649 756 85.8 10 92 110 -18 14/36 L1 NA

    7. Birchip-Watchem .........9 0 9 0 449 943 47.6 0 61 138 -77 7/36 L9 NA

    MARYBOROUGH-CASTLEMAINE DISTRICT FOOTBALL LEAGUE Round 10

    Interchange: G. Beckham, S. Dunstan, J. Heslop Interchange: M. Pattersonk, J. Dar ker, N. Parker

    Interchange: A. Brett, J. McKay, C. Weston Interchange: C. Dillon, R. Botheras, Jed Bish

    LAST TIME: Round 14, 2012:Newstead 27.13 (175) dCampbells Creek 9.4 (58)

    LAST TIME:Round 14, 2012:Carisbrook 32.31 (223) dRoyal Park 3.4 (22)

    LAST TIME: Round 4, 2012:Maldon 26.13 (169) dRovers 7.4 (46)

    LAST TIME:Round 7, 2012:Lexton 27.16 (178) dDunolly 4.3 (27)

    LAST TIME: Round 11, 2012:

    Natte Bealiba 14.8 (92) dHarcourt 4.6 (30)

    LAST TIME: Semi-final, 2012:Navarre 15.7 (97) d

    Trentham 10.4 (64)

    LAST TIME: Round 15, 2012:Avoca 8.10 (58) dTalbot 6.9 (45)

    SINCE 2004:

    Newstead 13Campbells Creek 0

    SINCE 2004:Royal Park 16Carisbrook 0

    SINCE 2004:Maldon 8Rovers 6

    SINCE 2011:Lexton 2Dunolly 0

    SINCE 2011:

    Natte Bealiba 2Harcourt 1

    SINCE 2011:Navarre 3

    Trentham 1

    SINCE 2005:Avoca 14Talbot 2

    CAMPBELLS CREEKv NEWSTEAD

    ROYAL PARKv CARISBROOK

    ROVERSv MALDON

    LEXTONv DUNOLLY

    NATTE BEALIBAv HARCOURT

    NAVARREv TRENTHAM

    TALBOTv AVOCA

    Charlton: Still smarting after a seven-pointloss to Boort and will desperate to bounce

    back. Should have too much pace and skillthrough midfield for the Bulls.

    Birchip-Watchem: Does not become anyeasier for the winless Bulls after a 66-point

    loss to the in-form St Arnaud last round.

    Donald: Teamed well to finish within 10points of Wycheproof-Narraport after scores

    were level going into final term. Drew 82-allthe previous round against Wedderburn.

    Boort: The Magpies confidence is soaringafter a seven-point victory against Charlton.

    An attack led by Rick Easton, MitchellBuchanan will be tough to hold.

    Wedderburn Crucial clash for the Redbacksas they fight to regain their place in thetop four. A bye followed the 82-all draw atDonald in the pre io s ro nd

    Wycheproof: Was pushed all the wayby Donald last week. The second-placedDemons have the likes of Corey Jones, MattDill d B k Bi h t t fi i h ff

    PLAYER LR Total

    Liam Cunningham (St Arnaud) ..........................6 36

    Corey Jones (Wycheproof-Narraport) ................... 4 34

    Sam Barnes (Wedderburn) ................................ 29

    Ricky Allan (Wycheproof-Narraport) .....................3 24

    Josh McKee (Charlton) ......................................0 21

    Rick Easton (Boort) 3 21

    GOAL KICKERS SELECTIONSADAM BOURKE Charlton (32) Boort (20)

    Wycheproof (6)

    LUKE WEST Charlton (42) Boort (18) Wycheproof

    (25)

    NATHAN DOLE Charlton (32) Boort (27) Wedderburn

    (15)

    TRAVIS KING Charlton (6) Boort (15) Wedderburn

    ROYAL PARK v CARISBROOK

    Royal Park first-year

    coach Greg Stewart has

    ransformed the Tigers from

    easybeats to a side capable

    of entertaining and attacking

    ootball. Would be upset of

    he year should Park win.

    Carisbrook the unbeaten

    Redbacks should add to

    heir streak. Nathan andNick Wright are in superb

    ouch in attack, and the

    defence is strong.

    ROVERS v MALDON

    Rovers a winless season

    or the Magpies, who have

    had many injuries.

    A key for Rovers it keep the

    core playing list together

    or next year and chase a

    victory against one of the

    eagues more lowly clubs.

    Maldon the Dons have had

    a topsy-turvy season, so the

    eturn of gun midfielder Tom

    Cain is a huge plus.

    LEXTON v DUNOLLY

    Lexton the fourth-placedTigers are not totally reliant

    on Matt Brown to kick a lot

    of goals each week.

    Rob Mosby, Dan Chester,

    ames Templeton, Jordan

    Phelan and Michael Jennings

    hve been standouts.

    Dunolly has lifted in recent

    weeks, and despite just two

    victories this season, cannot

    be taken lightly.

    PLAYER TOTAL

    Daniel Christmas (Newstead) .........47

    Nathan Wright (Carisbrook) .............46

    Matthew Brown (Lexton) ..................40

    Matthew Giri (Harcourt) ...................29

    Ben Scott (Navarre) ........................28

    Zane Bigmore (Navarre) ..................28

    Kris Brennan (Navarre)....................27

    GOAL KICKERS

    NATTE BEALIBA v HARCOURT

    Natte Bealiba teamed

    brilliantly to defeat Navarre

    in upset of the season last

    round. Swans stars Stephen

    Ross, Mark Fitzgerald, Zac

    Perez and Chris Jardine are

    in hot form.

    Harcourt has shown it can

    mix it with the top sides. The

    play of Paul Chaplin against

    Ross, Matt Giri opposed

    to Jardine, and Alan Mack

    against Fitzgerald will be

    keys to the Lions hopes.

    NAVARRE v TRENTHAM

    Navarre after a shock loss,Navarre will be desperate

    to hit back. Coach Daniel

    Parkin and star forward

    Daniel Parkin are likely to

    miss several weeks because

    of injury.

    Trentham the form of

    coach Clayton Scoble

    and young stars Luke

    Whitehouse and Lewis

    Bruton have been the

    shining lights in a

    disappointing season for

    the club. Will be tough to

    halt a Navarre line-up on the

    rebound from defeat.

    TALBOT v AVOCA

    Talbot desperate for

    victory to stay in touch with

    the top eight. The play of

    Matt Smith, Rowan Prentice,

    Trent Barras and Jon Arnel

    will be important to the

    Hawks hopes.

    Avoca Murray Bond booted

    nine goals against Rovers,

    but the Hawks defence is

    much stronger. Should be a

    great clash between seventh

    and ninth.

    CAMPBELLS CREEK v

    NEWSTEAD

    Campbells Creek was

    outgunned by Carisbrook

    last round. Has a reasonably

    potent attack, but has

    struggled to limit the

    damage at the other end.

    Newstead the Kangarooswill be aiming to cemen

    their place in the top three.

    An attack led by Daniel

    Christmas, Nathan Webster

    and David Wall should

    ensure Newstead wins the

    Castlemaine derby.

    Selections: Carisbrook,

    Maldon, Lexton, Natte

    Bealiba, Navarre, Avoca,

    Newstead.