Bulldogs Results Rnd 8 Vs Healesville

Netball

 

A-Grade

Wandin are a game and a half outright in 2nd position on the ladder after a convincing win over Healesville.  Wandin got out to a14 goal lead at qtr time with Jackie Cullimore shooting 15 goals in the 1st.  Healesville could not counter any of the attacks of Wandin in the 2nd and the lead increased to 27 goals at half time.  Another 20 goals to 8 were added in the 3rd and the 3 qtr time lead was an insurmountable 39 goals.  Healesville fought back in the last but could not make any in roads to the final margin.

 

Wandin         20     38     58     80

Healesville      6     11     19     31

 

Goal Scorers – Jackie Cullimore 42, Sinead Lumsden 25, Carly McDonnell 13

Best Players - Jackie Cullimore, Tayla Harris, Carly Mc Donnell.

 

B-Grade

Wandin        16     31     50     76

Healesville      5    10     15     24

 

Goal Scorers – Keely Iedema 37, Olivia Weinberg 23, Cailey Nolan 16.

Best Players – Keely Iedema, Olivia Weinberg, Tash Halton.

 

 

C-Grade

Wandin        12     24     33     40

Healesville      6     9     13     21

 

Goal Scorers – Holly McInerney 22, Brooke Smith 13, Laura Colosimo 5.

Best Players – Laura Colosimo, Brooke Smith, Chelsea McKernan.

 

 

D-Grade

Wandin           5     16     28     34

Healesville      4     11     16     18

 

Goal Scorers – Chloe Dickson 18, Olivia Speelmeyer 14, Penelope Harris 2.

Best Players – Emily Corbett, Chloe Dickson, Olivia Speelmeyer.

 

 

17 & Under

Wandin          8    20     25     30

Healesville      5     8     15     15

 

Goal Scorers – Sophie Hennessey 14, Cailey Nolan 11, Olivia Speelmeyer 5.

Best Players – Ciara Lumsden, Madison Rouget, Cailey Nolan.

 

 

FOOTBALL

 

SENIORS

Healesville share 3rd spot on the ladder and have inflicted the 1st loss for Wandin this season after a surprise win on Saturday.  Wandin were under manned but you can only beat the side that is on the park and that is just what Healesville did.  They got out to an early lead by 10 points in the 1st and were never headed or even looked in danger of dropping the game.  Holding Wandin to 1 goal in the 2nd is no mean feat while they managed to slot 3 themselves and take a 21-point lead into the main break.  Healesville came out charged in the 3rd and piled on 7.2 to 3.5 and the lead was 42 points at 3 qtr time.  Healesville answered any critics in the last and totally dominated the quarter kicking 8.3 to 2.2 to show Wandin a clean pair of heels and some food for thought for the rest of the season. 

 

Wandin           1.4-10     2.7-19     5.12-42     7.14-56

Healesville      3.2-20     6.4-40     13.6-84     21.9-135

 

Goal Kickers: R. Ross 2, S. Barnard, J. Iedema, T. Hinds, H. Byrne, M. Polkinghorne
Best Players: T. Hinds, B. Harvey, M. Polkinghorne, J. Del Giudice, R. Ross, S. Barnard

 

Reserves

 

Wandin          3.1-19     3.4-22     5.7-37     7.9-51

Healesville      1.2-8     4.3-27     7.5-47     10.7-67

 

Goal Kickers: T. Page 3, C. Foley 2, A. Wisby, M. McKenzie
Best Players: B. Foley, C. Foley, J. Chamberlain, B. Tomlinson, M. Sandfort, D. Bailey

 

Under 18’s

Wandin         3.2-20     5.10-40     9.12-66     12.15-87

Healesville      2.1-13     2.1-13     3.2-20     4.3-27

 

Goal Kickers: J. Byrne 3, P. Bruzzese 3, M. Napoleone, A. Mandl, M. Dall, A. Baker, J. Daemen, T. Smith
Best Players: J. Byrne, P. Bruzzese, B. Stokes, M. Dall, S. Barrand, M. Smith

 

 




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