CVFL Round 5 Under 18’s Review


Demons fire to victory against Strathfieldsaye

THE Winslow White Hills Demons kept their unbeaten run rolling in the weekend’s fifth round of the Champions IGA-backed CVFL under-18 girls footy competition.

White Hills was on home turf at Winslow Constructors Oval in Scott Street on Sunday to take on Strathfieldsaye.

It was a hot start by the Demons as they scored 7.1 and held Storm to a goal in the opening term.

White Hills led 64-20 at half-time and won the third quarter, 22-6.

Storm fought back to win the last term, 33-19, but it was White Hills which claimed a 105-59 victory.

Mia Clark kicked six goals for the Demons as Tarliah Murphy booted four and Kiara Field and Catherine Fry added two each.

Storm’s attack was led by Alysha Boyd on four.

Best for White Hills were Mia Clark, Imogen McLarty, Kiara Field, Sophie Sarre, Catherine Fry and Tahlia Kendall.

Strathfieldsaye’s best were Layla Morrison, Alysha Boyd, Molly Manton, Gemma Fox, Scarlett Ward and Maddie Dunn.

Woorinen was on home turf for Sunday’s showdown with Sandhurst.

The visitors played well to lead 15-7 at quarter-time.

Three goals as it kept the opposition to a score of 1.3 in the second meant Woorinen hit the front, 25-24 by half-time.

Goalkicking accuracy was a key factor as the Tigers scored 6.1 across the opening three terms and Sandhurst recorded a score of 4.9.

The Tigers won the last, 27-6, to complete a 64-39 victory.

Woorinen’s attack was led by Grace Ayars and Sunny Barry on five and three goals.

Ellie Bellenger and Hannah Cochrane booted two goals for Sandhurst.

Best for Woorinen were Emilie Ward, Charli Conway, Jenna Stewart, Meg Young, Eva Coffey and Sofie Legudi.

Sandhurst’s best were Hannah Cochrane, Ava Franklin, Leni Brown, Eilish Grieve, Bella McManus and Molly McLoughlan.

The round kicked off Friday night when Eaglehawk hosted Castlemaine at Canterbury Park.

It was the visitors who led 9-1 at quarter-time.

Castlemaine scored 3.1 to a goal in the second as it led 28-7 by the main break.

The Magpies won the next two quarters, 9-3 and 16-0 to complete a 53-10 victory.

Captain Chloe Butcher and vice-captain Kate Batchelor kicked three goals apiece.

Lilly Stevenson was on target for the Two Blues.

Best for Castlemaine were Lori Whaley, Kate Batchelor, Chloe Butcher, Tegan Barry, Kirah Muscat and Shelby Kitchingham.

Maddy Terry, Neve Nisbet, Lilly Stevenson and Layla Mettoglu were Eaglehawk’s best.

Golden Square had the bye.

CVFL under-18 girls footy ladder:

White Hills 301 per cent, 16 points; Golden Square 783, 12; Strathfieldsaye 158, 12; Sandhurst 125, 8; Woorinen 62, 8; Castlemaine 52, 4; Eaglehawk 4, 0.

Round six will be played on Sunday.

Strathfieldsaye faces Eaglehawk from 10.30am at Triple M Park in Strathfieldsaye’s Tannery Lane.

Castlemaine is on home turf at Camp Reserve to take on Sandhurst from 11.15am.

Top teams White Hills and Golden Square clash from 11.15am at the Scott Street ground in White Hills.

Woorinen has the bye.

Leaders in the goalkicking race:

14 Mia Clark, White Hills.

12 Tiara Davis, Golden Square.

11 Tarliah Murphy, White Hills.

10 Grace Ayars, Woorinen.

9 Alysha Boyd, Strathfieldsaye.

9 Hannah Cochrane, Sandhurst.

8 Eve Cail, White Hills.

7 Sunny Barry, Woorinen.

7 Nadia Peebles, White Hills.

6 Ellie Bellenger, Sandhurst.

6 Freja Dahl, Strathfieldsaye.

6 Amelie Haigh, White Hills.

6 Evie Nuttall, Strathfieldsaye.

5 Kate Batchelor, Castlemaine.

5 Chloe Butcher, Castlemaine.

5 Scout Carmody, Sandhurst.

5 Lily Franklin, Sandhurst.

5 Eve Kalms, Strathfieldsaye.