U16 Country Carnvial results: Round 2

The country regions continued their U16 matches last weekend, running them as curtain raiser games to the U18 matches.

See below the results from Round 2

 

 

Murray Bushrangers 13.5 (83) d Gippsland Power 9.3 (57)

Goals

Murray: Jayk Papoulis, Wil Brodie (3), Harry Morrison (2), Jy Simpkin, Damon Hemphill, Mitch Collins-Bye, Doug Crawford, James Cousins (1)                                                            

Gippsland: Keenan Hughes, Kane Renooy, Jai Root (2), Jesse Collins, James Harrison, Scott Van Dyk (1)

Best

Murray: Jye Simpkin, Wil Brodie, Harry Morrison, Jake Page, George Haynes, Tom Gardiner

Gippsland: Ben Ainsworth, Tom Sabell, Jai Rout, Nick Mulqueen, Clayton Kingi, Keenan Hughes

 

North Ballarat Rebels 16.9.105 d Bendigo Pioneers 3.4.22

Goals

North Ballarat: Sam White, Jarrod Korewha (3), Tanner Blackeny-Note (2), Shannon Beks, Lloyd Meek, Austin Corliss, Kyden Jarvis, Todd Lawernce, Jack Pertzel, Trent Woolman, Jacob Brown (1)

Bendigo: Brock Harvey, Will Lowe, Braidon Blake (1)

Best

North Ballarat: Jarrod Berry, Clay Bilney, Hasker Dawborn, Todd Lawrence, Jacob Brown, Lakota Stranks

Bendigo: Jordan Bath, Will Brohm, Lachlan Carroll, Matthew Higgs, Jack Neylon, Max Scales

 

Geelong Falcons 18.6.114 d Dandenong Stingrays 6.9.45

Goals

Geelong: Sean Holroyd (4), Jackson McLachlan (3), Patrick Dowling, Zachary Zydel(2), Mitch Diamond, Joshua Hickey, Jonathon Arcoraci, Patrick Norton, Lachlan Morwood, Jack Scarlett, Jack Heathcote (1)

Dandenong: Dan Alsopp (2), Luke Dalmau, Ethan Johnstone, Aaron King, James Logan (1)

Best

Geelong: Sean Darcy, Alex Witherden, Sean Holroyd, Lachlan Morwood, Mitch Diamond, Jackson McLachlan

Dandenong: Luke Dalmau, Matt LaFontaine, Damien Scully, Alex Websdale, Lachlan Renouf

 

Round 3 will be played this Friday, April 11 in Bendigo.

 

 

Photo: Brian Bartlett

 

 




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