Boronia Football Club 2014 Season Launch
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Hawkertalk Rnd 13

Round 13
Seniors: In a tight low scoring contest the game ended in a draw. Hammer was fantastic in his BOG performance with Matt Jackson and L Mckernan also in the best. Cam Jackson kicked 3 goals.
The Ressie’s: The boys led all game and ran out winners by 50 points. Nath Allen kicked 4 first half goals and was BOG with Snico supporting him with 3 goals. Other best players were Dayne “I steal kids footy’s” Ruff and Larso.
Colts: The colts had a 30 point win. Zmood kicked 3 and Barclay 2. Best players were Darsa, Granland & Seagrave. Granland and Neves then went and played 4 quarters in the Reserves. Well done boys!
Vets: The vets were outgunned by 68 points in perfect footy weather (Wet & Nasty). Point kickers were Whits and Flip.Best players were Whits, Gucci & Deane Rule.

Boronia Gold:Girls got off to a much better start than the last couple of weeks leading Croydon at the first break after scoring the last 4 goals of the qtr. unfortunately for us it was a bit of a slog after that. Although there was much improvement on previous weeks, we still threw too many passes away and missed some shots we would normally make. But in saying that, the girls fought well and stopped it from being a blowout in the last qtr rallying back from 15 goals down to go down by 9.
Boronia Brown: The girls played ladder leader Mooroolbark and were with them most of the way until the last qtr losing by 9. Next week they play East Ringwood White for a top 4 spot.

Social Events
- Ladies Lunch this weekend 18/07/2015 - still a few spots available. Player Sponsor tickets welcome. See Sandra or Ellen.
- 200 draw July 25th. See Ash Johnson for tickets
- Presidents Lunch celebrating 1000 EFL games is on August 1st. See Cam Mellis or Tim Currie for tickets
Next game the Seniors take on UFTG at home. See you all there and go Hawka!

Kristan Wood

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