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Penrith have held on to defeat Gosford by 18 points to claim the Division Four Premiership.
Penrith jumped out of the blocks with three goals in the first seven minutes to shock the minor premiers. Gosford responded with two consecutive goals in time-on of the first quarter to reduce the margin to ten points. Penrith ultimately created the most chances in the first quarter and finished with a goal on the siren.
The second quarter saw the match turn more into an arm wrestle. Penrith still created opportunities but were wasteful with only one goal from six scoring shots. Gosford on the other hand were wasteful in the middle-third.
Gosford made their charge in the third quarter with five goals to two. A mark and goal to Scott Manuelle set the wheels in motion for the Wildcats, while Pete McCarthy and Brad Deitz added majors by the seven minute mark. Mark Woodford was still an influence for the Rams and set up a nice goal to Blake Roberts mid-way through the term.
That was the closest Gosford would get as Penrith kept them goalless in the final quarter, while managing to kick one goal themselves.
Woodford was the superb big man throughout and rightly claimed the Best on Ground award. Max McNamara and Mark Jackson were also strong for the winning Rams while Gosford Best and Fairest, Brad Deitz tried hard for the Wildcats who impressed many in their first year in the Sydney competition.
PENRITH 5.6, 6.11, 8.13, 9.16 (70) GOSFORD 3.1, 3.2, 8.4, 8.6 (54) GOALS, PENRITH : Mark Jackson 2, Tayt Corless 2, Mark Woodford 2, Blake Roberts 2, Lachlan Geeves 1 GOSFORD : Scott Manuelle 2, Brad Deitz 2, Steven Camm 1, Scott Burkinshaw 1, Peter McCarthy 1, James Kemp 1 BEST, PENRITH : Mark Woodford, Max McNamara, Mark Jackson, Lachlan Smith, Bryce Roney, Lachlan Geeves GOSFORD : Brad Deitz, Neil Walker, Peter McCarthy, Scott Manuelle, Dean Simonson, James Kemp
Story courtesy of sydneyafl.com