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The Wash-Up – GFL

WINNERS

GFL SCOREBOARD – ROUND 14

“THE” RESULT

Bell Park has moved into the box seat to claim fifth spot heading into the GFL finals after outlasting South Barwon by nine points at McDonald Reserve, 15.6 (96) to 13.9 (87). After leading by as much as 39 points late in the second quarter after six consecutive goals, the Dragons watched as the Swans whittled away the lead to eventually take the lead when Ollie Lee goaled at 22-minute mark. However, late majors from Jackson Sheringham and Kyle O’Connor helped Bell Park settle and claim its ninth win of the season. “The character shown by us to kick the last couple (of goals) and get over the line was really good – they were coming hard,” co-coach Shane Jack told K rock’s The Wash-Up.

DELANEY THE HERO FOR TIGERS

Cam Delaney has lived out every young footballer’s dream kicking a goal after the siren to give Grovedale a one-point win over St Albans at Burdoo Reserve. In his 51st senior game for the Tigers, the former North Melbourne and Geelong player, kicked truly from about 30m out amid jubilant scenes. It was Grovedale’s fifth win of the season, and second since the club revealed Simon Riddoch won’t be coaching the Tigers in 2020.

Cam Delaney the hero for Grovedale after the siren against St Albans.

Posted by K rock Football on Saturday, 27 July 2019

LUCKY 13 FOR JOSEPH

Connor Joseph has had a day to remember in Newtown & Chilwell’s 180-point hiding of Lara to Bisinella Oval. Joseph finished with 13 majors to take his season tally to 35 and past the 50-goal mark for the Eagles. He now sits third on the GFL goal kicking, which leads us to …

BOYD TIGHTENS UP GOAL KICKING RACE

Lucas Boyd has ensured the race for the GFL goal kicking title will go down to the wire with a seven-goal haul in Leopold’s 104-point hiding of Geelong West pulling him to within one major of South Barwon’s Andrew Boseley. Boyd moved to 45 majors, with Boseley – who kicked three goals in the Swans’ loss to Bell Park – on 46. No Leopold player has ever won the GFL goal kicking since the Lions entered the competition in 1992.

SOCIAL

ON POINT

Bell Park: 39/40
Colac: 24/40
Geelong West: 38/45
Grovedale: 40/40
Lara: 37/47
Leopold: 37/40
Newtown & Chilwell: 38/40
North Shore: 37/47
South Barwon: 39/40
St Albans: 35/45
St Joseph’s: 40/40
St Mary’s: 35/40

THE INTERVIEW

LADDER – ROUND 14

POS TEAM P W L D FOR AGST % PTS
1 St Joseph’s 14 12 2 0 1578 743 212.38 48
2 Colac 14 12 2 0 1462 842 173.63 48
3 Newtown & Chilwell 14 11 2 1 1457 771 188.98 46
4 Leopold 14 10 3 1 1362 811 167.94 42
5 Bell Park 14 9 5 0 1227 1036 118.44 36
6 South Barwon 14 8 6 0 1236 907 136.27 32
7 St Mary’s 14 8 6 0 1299 1023 126.98 32
8 Grovedale 14 5 9 0 1098 1332 82.43 20
9 Geelong West Giants 14 4 10 0 935 1294 72.26 16
10 St Albans 14 3 11 0 992 1111 89.29 12
11 Lara 14 1 13 0 562 1795 31.31 4
12 North Shore 14 0 14 0 450 1993 22.58 0

LEADING GOAL KICKERS – ROUND 14

Player Club M G
Andrew Boseley South Barwon 13 46
Lucas Boyd Leopold 13 45
Connor Joseph Newtown & Chilwell 14 35
Lucas Anderson St Joseph’s 12 33
Brock Van Doren Lara 13 27
Luke Hillman Colac 13 26
Jacob Sharp Newtown & Chilwell 11 25
Zac Smith St Albans 11 25
Jake McGuane Colac 10 24

NEXT WEEK – ROUND 15

Colac vs. South Barwon @ Central Reserve – Saturday 2:10pm

St Joseph’s vs. Leopold @ Drew Oval – Saturday 2:10pm

Newtown & Chilwell vs. St Mary’s @ Elderslie Reserve – Saturday 2:10pm

Bell Park vs. St Albans @ Hamlyn Park – Saturday 2:10pm

Geelong West Giants vs. Grovedale @ West Oval – Saturday 2:10pm

North Shore vs. Lara @ Windsor Park – Saturday 2:10pm

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