Round 15 Wrap


One thing, John Berouti is a goal kicking machine, after missing the previous week The Animal picked up were he left kicking another bag of goals to take his season tally to a remarkable 115 goals.  Gladstone was jumped in the 1st quarter with BITS finding goals at ease while the Mudcrabs having to work very hard for its goals.  The 2nd quarter saw the Mudcrabs able to slow BITS scoring but BITS were able to do the same for them, it was the Saints holding a comfortable 6 goal lead at half time.

In recent times sides have been staying with BITS until half time, but after the main break the Saints have been able to grind down the opposition and kick away, this was to happen again.  In the 3rd Saints added another 5 goals while Gladstone could only add 3.  The contest was dead by the last but BITS didn't take their foot off inflicting more pain in the last.  Top performers for the Saints were Luke O'Shea, Nick Stanley, Dan Hunt.  For Gladstone Andy Travers, Jason Smallcombe and Ricky Windridge.

Prediction: BITS by 47 points 

Results: BITS by 69 points



The 1st quarter was an entertaining quarter, with Brothers once again showing that they can match it with the better sides going into the first break holding a couple of point lead.  In the 2nd it was Brothers again with the momentum, pushing the lead out to 10 points on numerous occasions but on each time Glenmore were able to answer with a goal to narrow the margin again.  At half time it was still a couple point margin to Brothers.

The 3rd quarter continued to see an arm wrestle, but Glenmore were able to kick 2 quick goals a minute or 2 from 3/4 quarter time to give themselves their biggest margin of the day.  As had been the case most of this year, Brothers were able to play a good 3 quarters but weren't able to sustain the effort for 4 quarters.  The last quarter saw the Bulls continue to run while the Roos started to drop away, Glenmore ending up comfortable winners.  Those who kicked a bag of goals on the day include Darcy Payne (6), Cam Imrie (6) and David Scott (5). 

Prediction: Glenmore by 17 points

Result: Glenmore by 46 points


Seeing the result of this game, just shows that if you continue to believe in your structures and put the hard-work in, a football team can turn around their season very quickly and this appears to be what Yeppoon have done.  Prior to this game, Yeppoon had lost their last 7 games and were seriously down on confidence, but confidence should have been restored after this big win.

The Swans appeared to have their mojo back, with their hard running and slick ball movement stretching Panthers from the first bounce.  By half time the contest was basically over with the Swans holding a 9 goal lead.  In the 2nd half Yeppoon continued to inflict more pain, piling on a further 10 goals while holding the opposition to 2 goals.  For the Swans Wes Hawke, Daniel Watkin and Leeland Gribble were valuable up forward, while Sam Gudgeon was the only multiple goal kicker for Panthers.

Prediction: Yeppoon by 7 points

Result: Yeppoon by 110 points





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