CVFL Under 18’s Review


Storm surges clear to beat Woorinen

STRATHFIELDSAYE Storm’s final quarter surge clinched a 14-point win against Woorinen on Sunday as the Champions IGA-backed CVFL under-18 girls competition marked its seventh round.

It was a terrific contest between Storm and Woorinen at Triple M Park in Strathfieldsaye’s Tannery Lane.

Storm led 14-13 at quarter-time and 32-28 by half-time.

Scores were 42-all going into the final term.

Strathfieldsaye clinched a 63-49 victory after it scored 3.3 and held the Tigers to a tally of 1.1 in the last quarter.

Alysha Boyd kicked a match-high three goals for Storm as Caitlin Daley added two.

Leading goalkickers for Woorinen were Madison Johnston and Meg Young on two.

Best for Strathfieldsaye were Tessa Skipper, Layla Morrison, Alysha Boyd, Evie Nuttall, Tess Cockerall and Maddie Dunn.

Meg Young, Eva Coffey, Madison Johnston, Emilie Ward, Sienna Spence and Milla Stewart played well for the Tigers.

In Sunday’s other match, Golden Square was too strong for Sandhurst at Fur Life Oval in Golden Square’s Wade Street.

An inaccurate Golden Square scored 2.11 in the first half as Sandhurst was scoreless.

The blue and gold was on target across the second half as it scored 8.3 to complete a 74-20 victory.

Makayla Roberts kicked four goals in a best afield performance as Lily Mansfield added two.

There were no multiple goalkickers for the maroon and blue.

Golden Square’s best were Makayla Roberts, Ella Gourley, Mackenzie Bickley, Alex Filsell, Ava Barker and Niamh Hobbs.

Lily Franklin, Macey McGurk, Leni Brown, Milla Franklin, Charlotte Liddy and Madison Burgess played well for Sandhurst.

The round kicked off Friday night when Eaglehawk hosted Winslow White Hills Demons under the Canterbury Park lights.

White Hills charged to a 31-1 lead by quarter-time and the pressure and run did not let up.

The Demons scored five goals in the second to lead 65-1 by half-time.

Eaglehawk kept working hard, but a skilful White Hills was able to score 8.8 in the second half.

At the final siren White Hills led 121-3.

Tarliah Murphy kicked six goals for the Demons as Mia Clark added five.

Other multiple goalkickers for the red and black were Matilda Meersbergen, three; and Sophie O’Connell, two.

Best for White Hills were Ella Watkins, Kiara Field, Mia Clark, Chelsea Edwards, Sophie O’Connell and Tarliah Murphy.

Jamieson Brown, Maddy Terry, Neve Nisbet, Lilly Stevenson, Hannah O’Toole and Dekoda Fitzpatrick played well for Eaglehawk.

Castlemaine had the bye.

Standings in the Champions IGA-backed CVFL under-18 girls competition:

White Hills 370 per cent, 24 points; Strathfieldsaye 189, 20; Golden Square 303, 16; Sandhurst 92, 8; Castlemaine 69, 8; Woorinen 64, 8; Eaglehawk 4, 0.

Round eight kicks off Friday night when Castlemaine is home at Camp Reserve to take on Strathfieldsaye from 6.30pm.

Sandhurst takes on Eaglehawk at Queen Elizabeth Oval on Sunday, and Woorinen hosts Golden Square in the Tigers’ den.

Both matches start at 11.15am.

White Hills has the bye.

Leading goalkickers:

20 Mia Clark, White Hills.

18 Alysha Boyd, Strathfieldsaye.

18 Tarliah Murphy, White Hills.

12 Tiara Davis, Golden Square.

11 Grace Ayars, Woorinen.

10 Ellie Bellenger, Sandhurst.

10 Eve Cail, White Hills.

9 Hannah Cochrane, Sandhurst.

8 Kate Batchelor, Castlemaine.

7 Sunny Barry, Woorinen.

7 Chloe Butcher, Castlemaine.

7 Scout Carmody, Sandhurst.

7 Freja Dahl, Strathfieldsaye.

7 Eve Kalms, Strathfieldsaye.

7 Evie Nuttall, Strathfieldsaye.

7 Nadia Peebles, White Hills.