Tigers blitz Wedderburn in second half at Sea Lake

SEA Lake Nandaly Tigers blitzed Wedderburn in Saturday’s second half of their round six clash in the Goldacres North Central Football League’s senior footy action.

The Tigers led 26-21 at half-time of the contest between the unbeaten teams at Sea Lake.

It was all Sea Lake Nandaly in the third as it scored 6.4 to 1.1 in the third.

The Tigers did not let up as they added 6.7 to 3.1 in the last to record a 15.19 (109) to 7.5 (47) victory.

A list of 10 goalkickers was led by Austin Mertz and Billy McInnes on three, and Wade Donnan on two.

Wedderburn’s attack was led by Will Holt on two.

Best for the Tigers were not supplied.

The Redbacks’ best were Luke Holt, Hamish Winter-Irving, Tom Campbell, Jackson Guan, Mitch McEwen and Isaac Holt.

Charlton’s stunning run of form rolled on.

Winless and bottom of the ladder after three rounds, Charlton has won three in a row and half a per cent behind fourth-placed Boort.

The Navies capped another superb fightback to win on Donald’s turf by a goal.

Donald led 65-44 at three quarter-time.

The play of Angus McKenzie, Thomas Finlay and Ben Walklate was crucial in Charlton’s final quarter charge.

The Navies scored 5.4 to 1.1 in the last term to claim an 11.12 (78) to 10.12 (72) victory.

Joseph McGrath led Charlton’s attack on three goals as Rhys Thompson and Ben Walklate added two each.

Donald’s leading goalkickers were Brendan Goss and Seamus Young on three.

Charlton’s best included Jack Thompson, Dean McKay and Rhys Thompson.

Michael Foster, Leigh Burke, Nathan Witherow, James Wall, Josh Potter and Rian McGough were Donald’s best.

Boort fought from a goal down at the start of the last quarter to defeat St Arnaud at Boort Park.

The Saints played great football to lead 47-44 at half-time and 66-60 at the last change.

The Andy Hawker-coached Magpies lifted their pressure and run to score 2.6 to a goal in the final term.

At the final siren, Boort led 10.18 (78) to 11.6 (72).

Braeden Deary booted four goals for Boort as Cody Gunn added three.

The Saints’ attack was led by Angus Grant, four, and Jacob Tillig, three.

Boort’s best were Darcy Hawker, Keirin Wilson, Brodie Leonard-Shannon, Matt Chisari, Ben Knight and Braeden Deary.

Angus Grant, Nic Birthisel, Harley Durward, Brad Organ, Daniel Gifford and Jake Male starred for the Saints.

Birchip Watchem  charged to a big win against Wycheproof Narraport on the Bulls’ turf at George Cartwright Oval.

The Bulls led 45-2 at quarter-time and 78-12 by the main break.

Birchip Watchem’s ferocity at the contest and attacking intent did not let up as it scored 7.4 to a point in the third term.

The Demons’ best quarter was the last as they added two goals, but the Bulls booted six to complete a 25.12 (162) to 3.7 (25) victory.

A week after he led North Central’s attack in the clash with Sunraysia, Will Sheahan kicked three goals for Birchip Watchem.

A tally of 14 goalkickers included Daniel Castellano, Lachlan Foott and Daniel Ratcliffe on three each.

The Demons’ goalkickers were Ryan Duncan, Sam Faure and Tom Trewin.

Will Lowe was best afield and had great support from Bulls team-mates Ruben Vesikuru, Sheahan, Riley Hogan, Castellano and Pat Sheahan.

Faure, Trewin, Boe Bish, Lachlan Allison, Kristian McNicol and Dane McLennan worked hard for the Demons.

Goldacres North Central FL senior footy ladder:

Sea Lake Nandaly 368 per cent, 24; points; Wedderburn 122, 18; Birchip Watchem 210, 16; Boort 71, 12; Charlton 70, 12; Donald 72, 6; Wycheproof Narraport 56, 4; St Arnaud 50, 4.

In next Saturday’s seventh round, Charlton is back at Charlton Park to face Birchip Watchem.

Wedderburn and Boort clash in the Redbacks’ web at Donaldson Park.

St Arnaud takes on  Donald at Lord Nelson Park in St Arnaud.

Wycheproof Narraport faces Sea Lake Nandaly at Wycheproof Recreation Reserve.

Written by Nathan Dole.