苏州吴江区美甲培训

苏州美甲美睫培训学校

Hey there! Thanks for dropping by Theme Preview! Take a look around
and grab the RSS feed to stay updated. See you around!

HIGH-FLYER: Strathfieldsaye’s Harry Conway takes a strong mark for the Storm against Golden Square on Saturday. The Storm clung on to win by three points and grab top spot on the ladder. Picture: GLENN DANIELS
苏州美甲美睫培训学校

STRATHFIELDSAYE has taken top spot on the ladder, while Kyneton moved a game clear inside the top five after both won crucial games in the Bendigo Football-Netball League on Saturday.

TOPIC

Just 14 goals were kicked in the 1 v 2 clash between the Storm and Golden Square at Flight Centre Park, with Strathfieldsaye holding on in a thrilling finish to win 7.10 (52) to 7.7 (49).

The three-point victory improves the Storm to 10-1 as the reigning premiers took over the mantle at the top of the ladder from Golden Square, which is now 9-2.

The Bulldogs –who dropped from first to third with the loss–kicked the last four goals of the game, but the Storm were able to control possession over the final two minutes to hold on for victory.

At Camp Reserve, Kyneton put the foot down after quarter-time to romp to a 76-point win over Castlemaine in a pivotal clash both sides had gone into with 5-5 records.

After trailing by 22 points at the first change, the Tigers piled on 22 goals to six after quarter-time to win 24.12 (156) to 12.8 (80) and open a one-game buffer inside the top five.

“We put ourselves in a fair predicament in the first quarter, so to rebound from that the way we did was a real credit to the group,” Kyneton coach Luke Beattie said.

Maryborough was on the end of another horror scoreline, this time at the hands of Eaglehawk at Canterbury Park as the Magpies conceded their third-consecutive score above 200.

The Hawks won by 190 points –34.14 (218) to 4.4 (28) –with 15 of their 34 goals coming in the final quarter in what was the first time for the season they have won back-to-back games.

Eaglehawk also won the reserves by 237 points and under-18s by 152 points.

Kangaroo Flat bounced back from consecutive losses to defeat Gisborne by 42 points, 11.17 (83) to 5.11 (41).

In what were muddy conditions at Gardiner Reserve, the Roos were quick to grab the ascendancy as they led 4.5 to 0.1 at quarter-time.

“The first quarter of footy we played was probably as good as we’ve produced all year…it was good team footy and really important given the conditions,” Kangaroo Flat coach Jason Stevens said.

And Sandhurst won its fifth game in a row with a 17.6 (108) to 7.11 (53) victory over South Bendigo.

This story Administrator ready to work first appeared on 苏州美甲美睫培训学校.

 

Both comments and pings are currently closed.

Comments are closed.