BDAFL Round 3 Results

 

2017 Hunter Haval Black Diamond Cup



TERRIGAL AVOCA v. NELSON BAY @ Hylton Moore Oval
Terrigal Avoca 3.2, 4.9, 12.10, 16.16 (112)
Nelson Bay 0.1, 1.2, 1.4, 3.5 (23)
GOALS,
Terrigal Avoca : Douglas Clark 3, Mark Skuse 3, Brandon Thomas 2, Sam Ellis 2, Jay Lewis 1, Lachlan White 1,
Matthew Shortal 1, Kurt Fleming 1, Brandon Sarich 1, Alexander White 1
Nelson Bay : Mathew Dews 2, Luke Price 1
BEST,
Terrigal Avoca : Jack Grimmond, Mark Skuse, Kurt Fleming, Sam Ellis, Will Mckellar , Brandon Sarich
Nelson Bay : Todd Thornton, Christopher Eddy, Aaron Clayden, Joel Erickson, Daniel Ross, Jayden Rymer

WARNERS BAY v. CARDIFF @ Feighan Park
Cardiff 1.3, 2.4, 7.5, 10.8 (68)
Warners Bay 2.1, 4.4, 5.6, 6.6 (42)
GOALS,
Cardiff : Cameron Jones 3, Aaron Wivell 3, Mattie Vukovich 1, Kieren Bellemore 1, Toby Machart 1, Tom Yensch 1
Warners Bay : Jake Hayes 2, Ky McGrath 1, David McGuinness 1, Ryan Sorensen 1, Jake Roach 1
BEST,
Cardiff : Kieren Bellemore, Zachariah Metcalfe, Bryce Graetz, Nicholas Chapman, Tom Yensch, Simon O'Brien
Warners Bay : Lachlan Deverell, Ky McGrath, Josh Nicol, Benjamin Kernahan, Ben Hunter, Jake Hayes



KILLARNEY VALE v. NEWCASTLE CITY @ Adelaide St Oval
Newcastle City 8.0, 10.2, 13.2, 17.4 (106)
Killarney Vale 1.3, 2.9, 7.11, 8.11 (59)
GOALS,
Newcastle City : Max Quinlan 6, Abraham Gibson 3, Ethan Durbridge 2, Jonothon Hamilton 1, Aidan Watling 1, Mitchell Black 1,
Reed van Huisstede 1, Ian Baker 1, Cade Triffitt 1
Killarney Vale : Harley Bernleitner 5, Max Mumford 1, Tim Oosterhoff 1, Ryan Barrett 1
BEST,
Newcastle City : Sam Payne, Jackson Crawford, Ian Baker, Hugh Blanchfield, Max Quinlan, Aaron Seen
Killarney Vale : Tim Oosterhoff, Calvin Bond, Beau Cubillo, Harley Beckett, Kyall Walford, Harley Bernleitner

2017 BDAFL Black Diamond Plate

Terrigal Avoca 13.15 (93) defeated Muswellbrook 3.3 (21)
Gosford 21.14 (140) defeated The Entrance Bateau Bay 4.5 (29)
Singleton 10.7 (67) defeated Maitland 8.5 (53)
Wyong Lakes 18.16 (124) defeated Lake Macquarie 6.3 (39)

2017 GE BDAFL Women's

Maitland 12.9 (81) defeated Singleton 4.2 (26)
Warners Bay 5.2 (32) defeated Cardiff 4.4 (28)
Wyong Lakes 6.9 (45) defeated Lake Macquarie 1.4 (10)
Nelson Bay 8.5 (53) defeated Gosford 2.4 (16)
Killarney Vale 16.11 (107) defeated Newcastle 1.1 (7)
Newcastle City 28.28 (196) defeated Muswellbrook 0.0 (0)

2017 BDAFL Reserve Grade

Killarney Vale 22.9 (141) defeated Gosford 1.2 (8)
Terrigal Avoca 15.11 (101) defeated Nelson Bay 4.9 (33)
Maitland 12.5 (77) defeated Singleton 5.6 (36)
Cardiff 12.8 (80) defeated Warners Bay 7.8 (50)
Lake Macquarie 11.7 (73) defeated Wyong Lakes 7.6 (48)

 

Round 3 action in the Hunter Haval Black Diamond Cup saw Terrigal Avoca maintain top position on the ladder with a 89 point win over Nelson Bay whilst Killarney Vale suffered 47 point loss to Newcastle City.

An undermanned Nelson Bay Marlins were no match for a disciplined and miserly Terrigal Avoca Panthers outfit at Hylton Moore Oval in the Black Diamond Cup on Saturday.

At Hylton Moore Oval, Terrigal Avoca’s defence were at their miserly best restricting Nelson Bay  to just one goal in the first three quarters as the Panthers completely controlled proceedings. Two late goals to Nelson Bay meant that Terrigal Avoca ran out 89-point winners, 16.16.112 to Nelson Bay 3.5.23.

Doug Clark and Coach Mark Skuse lead the goalkicking with three goals apiece. Brandon Thomas and Sam Ellis chipped in with two goals each as the Panthers had ten individual goalkickers on the day.

The Panthers were best served by Jack Grimmond, Skuse, Kurt Fleming, Ellis, Will McKellar and Brandon Sarich.

A whirlwind first quarter and excellent goalkicking accuracy from Newcastle City has laid the platform for the Blues’ first victory of the campaign. Eight goals to one in the opening stanza enabled City to run out 47-point winners at Adelaide St Oval, with final scores being Newcastle City 17.4.106 to Killarney Vale 8.11.59.

Killarney Vale, missing Josh Mifsud, Rick White and Scott Reed, fought very hard after quarter-time, and were best served by ruckman Tim Oosterhoff, Calvin Bond, Beau Cubillo, Harley Beckett and  Kyall Walford whilst Sydney Swans Academy member Harley Bernleitner was superb for Killarney Vale, kicking five of the Bombers eight goals.

In the Black Diamond Plate, Wyong Lakes moved to the top of the ladder with an 85 point win over Lake Macquarie at Tulkaba Park, Terrigal Avoca defeated Muswellbrook by 72 points at Hylton Moore Oval and Gosford were to strong for the Entrance Bateau Bay by 111 points at Passage Rd.
 
In the GE Women’s Competition, Killarney Vale remained undefeated with a big win over Newcastle, Wyong Lakes had to overcome a determined Lake Macquarie to record their second win of the year whilst Gosford suffered their first loss going down to reigning premiers Nelson Bay.