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Wren holds top spot

LOOKING TO PASS: Central Green’s Emily Lowe looks for a clear path to pass during Saturday’s A Grade clash with Blue Wren. Week 11Solomontown 57 defeated Port 56The game of the week was undoubtedly the opening match of the round, last Friday night at the John Pirie Secondary School Stadium.
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Port took the ascendancy in the first term, hot on the heels of some quality shooting by Jordan Mezzino and Hollie Joyce, despite being closely checked by Solomontown circle defenders Emily Gray and Chloe Knibbs, and at the end of the first fifteen minutes, Port held the lead 15-12.

But Solomontown responded in kind in the second, when their shooters Jacqui Iley and Maddison Pryor ever so slightly had the better of Ports circle defence in Kayla Hayes and Jasmine Goodwin, and at the half, scores were locked at 26 goals apiece.

Of equal importance to this game was the midcourt duel between Ports Karah Harrison, Lauren Lowe and Ella Johns, who were up against Cats runners in Tiffany Brooks, Gracen Dyer and Georgia-Rose Scarman, as it was these players who kept the ball flowing from end to end at frenetic pace.

In the third quarter, it was Solomontown who only just held Port at bay, if only by a single goal, to take a 41-40 lead into the final break.

But it was this goal that proved to be the most important, as, after an absolutely classic final fifteen minutes which was in every sense goal for goal, Solomontown held their nerve through those tense final few minutes to take the game by a single goal, 57-56.

Solomontown Coach Justina Adams would be ecstatic that her team was able to hold of such a strong opponent, and Port Coach Vinnie Degioia would certainly be proud of his team in that they gave it as much as they could.

Best for Port were Joyce and Lowe, while Jordan Mezzino was named their best, and for the victorious Cats, Dyer and Brooks were valuable, and Maddison Pryor was named best on court.

Central Risdon 59 defeated St Marks Celtic 38Don’t let the margin fool you, this game was much closer than the score reads.

In the absence of dynamic SMC midcourter Kate Kilpatrick, SMC Coach Simone Caputo drew upon Club junior Eden Smith to fill in the vacant midcourt role, to accompany Chelsey Caputo and Jordan Afford, and as usual, Millie Tubb and Brooke Caputo started in goals, and Maddison Caputo and Georgia Afford started in the defensive circle.

There were no surprises with respect to Coach Lou Pollard’s Centrals, with Sam Pine and Keziah Sullivan in goals; Alana Pine, Merina Caputo and Paige Ashman in the middle, and Alyse Lynch and Emma Tolson in defence.

Coach Pollard would have felt reasonably comfortable after the opening quarter, in that despite a slow start and a few skill errors, Central held a 16-8 lead at the first break.

Coach Caputo must have revved her team up at the break, as they poured on the pressure forcing a number of turnovers, and her team capitalised on all their chances, and it was SMC who won the second term, 12-10, to reduce the margin to six at the half.

The third term was an arm-wrestle for the majority of the time, which was a credit to SMCs pressure, but towards the end of the quarter Centrals were able to capitalise on a couple of loose balls, and slightly extended their lead to eight at the final break, with the score 40-32.

Coach Pollard inspired her troops to greater efforts in the last quarter, which started evenly, but as time went on, Central was able to take control, and eventually ran out 59-38 winners.

For SMC Smith was good on her wing, but the Afford sisters Jordan and Georgia were their best, and for Central, Emma Tolson was valuable in defence, but Alana and Sam Pine were named as their better players.

Blue Wren 55 defeated Central Green 42The final game for the week at the Hutchison Malycha Complex on Saturday was held between competition leaders Blue Wren, and Central Risdon Green.

This game was a fantastic contest through the first half, with Central Green taking the honours in the first term 12-11, and Blue Wren responding with a 13-12 second term to tie scores at 24 apiece at the half.

Central Green Coach Abby Zubrinich started with her usual combination with Jess Seidel and Courtney Oehms in attack; Emily Lowe, Ottavia D’Agostino and Chelsea Davies in the midcourt, and Phuong Dinh and Abbey Lambert in defence.

To counter, Wrens Coach Cherie Peterson started Cara Fiebig and Kirby Symons in attack; Gracie Peterson, Nicole Afford and Eve Cappaletto in her midcourt, and Maggie Peterson and Claudia Pisani in defence.

And, after the long break, the Wrens just put their foot down in the premiership quarter to take the game out of reach of the improving Central Green with a 14-8 run, which translated to a 38-32 three-quarter time lead.

The Wrens again went into overdrive in the last, running in 17 goals to 10 in the last, which gave them complete control, and a 55-42 win.

Bets for Central Green were Oehms and Lambert, while Phoung Dinh was named their best with a four-quarter effort in her goal circle, and for the victorious Blue Wren outfit, Symons and Gracie Peterson were outstanding, and Cara Fiebig was named their best.

Credit should also go to Nicole Afford, who was named Player of the Week, and rightfully, congratulations to Nicole.

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