GDFL ROUND 4 – WINCHELSEA vs. BELL POST HILL
- Updated: March 6, 2017
Winchelsea (6th) vs. Bell Post Hill (2nd)
Saturday, April 29, 7:10pm
- Hawks hand out a giant hiding
- Two-in-a-row for Thomson
- Magpies keep Centurions winless
- Tom on song for Tigers
- Roos outlast Eagles
BELL Post Hill has given Winchelsea a not-too-subtle reminder of what’s needed to compete with the GDFL’s best after handing out a 167-point hiding.
The Panthers dazzled under the Eastern Reserve lights, kicking 10 goals in both the third and final quarters.
Jayden Ettridge was the star with nine goals, while Justin Tarr, in his first game for the season, and Nick Costello both contributed five.
David Tucker worked hard for his three goals for the Blues, while Jackson Smith and Alex Gubbins both kicked two.
Byron Mathison, Jackson Thomas and Bailey Kahle were best for Winchelsea, which now faces a crucial clash with East Geelong.
Bell Post Hill faces Bannockburn in a mouth-watering grand final re-match.
Bell Post Hill 6.3, 13.11, 23.15, 33.24 (222)
Winchelsea 3.0, 4.1, 8.1, 9.1 (55)
GOALS, Bell Post Hill : J. Ettridge 9, J. Tarr 5, N. Costello 5, R. Burke 4, M. Gavin 2, A. Fantella 2,
L. Turner 2, T. Rabbas 2, L. Mann 1, A. Sulics 1
Winchelsea : D. Tucker 3, J. Smith 2, A. Gubbins 2, H. Walsh 1, T. Sauni 1
BEST, Bell Post Hill : J. Ettridge, A. Fantella, T. Rabbas, R. Burke, R. Lovitt, C. Addie
Winchelsea : B. Mathison, J. Thomas, B. Kahle, J. Smith, J. Hambrook, D. Tucker