BDAFL Round 13 Results

Results & Reports from today’s Hunter Haval Black Diamond Cup matches.

Hunter Haval Black Diamond Cup

CARDIFF v. WARNERS BAY @ Hillsborough Oval
Cardiff 5.4, 8.7, 12.9, 13.13 (91)
Warners Bay 1.0, 2.1, 7.5, 12.9 (81)
Cardiff :
Josh Murphy 5, Tom Quade 3, Lachlan Price 3, Tom Yensch 1, Jack Pratt 1
Warners Bay :
Kayne Gibbs 3, Benjamin Kernahan 3, Adam Van Est 1, Tristan Warner 1, Josh Nicol 1, Robert Schindler-Taylor 1, Leo Vo 1, Luke Roach 1
Cardiff :
Josh Murphy, Tom Yensch, Simon O'Brien, Jack Pratt, Nicholas Chapman, Chad Mayo
Warners Bay :
Robert Schindler-Taylor, Benjamin Kernahan, Ben Hunter, Leo Vo, Tom McDonell, Lincoln Stewart

Terrigal Avoca 5.3, 7.5, 11.9, 16.10 (106)
Nelson Bay 1.0, 3.2, 5.3, 7.7 (49)

Terrigal Avoca :
Ryan Webster 4, William Delahunty 2, Jayson Van Dam 2, Matthew Shortal 1, Kurt Fleming 1, Jarrad Flint 1,
Jack Grimmond 1, Ethan Formby 1, Peter Van Dam 1, Daniel Heuston 1, Lachlan White 1
Nelson Bay :
Aaron Clayden 2, Cooper Scott 2, Billy Barton 1, Nathan Vaisey 1, Jayden Rymer 1
Terrigal Avoca :
Lachlan White, Jayson Van Dam, Sam O'Brien, James Hart, Mark Skuse, Ryan Webster
Nelson Bay :
Jeremy Eddy, Billy Barton, Jayden Rymer, Todd Thornton, James Bellman, Christopher Eddy

Newcastle City 1.0, 4.1, 6.1, 11.3 (69)
Killarney Vale 3.2, 4.2, 5.6, 6.7 (43)

Newcastle City :
Patrick Gillingham 3, Reed van Huisstede 2, Jackson Crawford 2, Steven Scott 1, Cameron Keast 1, Conor Haswell 1,
Cade Triffitt 1
Killarney Vale :
Scott Reed 3, Jack Nancarrow 1, Brandon Cozens 1, Harley Bernleitner 1
Newcastle City :
Mitchell Knight , Conor Haswell, Reed van Huisstede, Steven Scott, Aaron Seen, Patrick Gillingham
Killarney Vale :
Max Mumford, Lachlan Waters, Connor Reilly, Ryan Barrett, Lachlan Wilson, Tim Oosterhoff

Ladder: Terrigal Avoca 44, Cardiff 40, Newcastle City 32, Nelson Bay 16, Killarney Vale 8, Warners Bay 4

Hunter Haval Black Diamond Plate

The Entrance Bateau Bay 10.6 (66) defeated Muswellbrook 8.7 (55)
Newcastle City 13.10 (88) defeated Lake Macquarie 3.5 (23)
Wyong Lakes 14.15 (99) defeated Terrigal Avoca 3.5 (23)
Maitland 13.4 (82) defeated Gosford 12.6 (78)
Singleton - Bye

Ladder: Wyong Lakes 92%, Maitland 92%, Singleton 82%, Newcastle City 58%, Gosford 45%, Terrigal Avoca 45%, Lake Macquarie 18%, Muswellbrook 8%, The Entrance Bateau Bay 8%

GE BDAFL Women's

Maitland 9.9 (63) defeated Gosford 8.6 (54)
Nelson Bay 23.18 (156) defeated Muswellbrook 0.0 (0)
Newcastle City 16.21 (117) defeated Killarney Vale 0.0 (0)
Singleton 4.3 (27) defeated Wyong Lakes 3.1 (19)
Warners Bay 10.7 (67) defeated Cardiff 2.2 (14)
Lake Macquarie 14.10 (94) defeated Newcastle 4.5 (29)

Ladder: Newcastle City 44, Nelson Bay 40, Gosford 36, Killarney Vale 28, Maitland 28, Warners Bay 28, Wyong Lakes 24, Singleton 16, Lake Macquarie 8, Cardiff 8, Newcastle 4, Muswellbrook 0.

Hunter Haval BDAFL Reserve Grade

Gosford 12.9 (81) defeated Maitland 6.6 (42)
Killarney Vale 14.18 (102) defeated Newcastle City 2.4 (16)
Nelson Bay 14.19 (103) defeated Singleton 2.4 (16)
Warners Bay 14.6 (90) defeated Cardiff 10.11 (71)
Terrigal Avoca 19.15 (129) defeated Wyong Lakes 1.2 (8)
Lake Macquarie - Bye

Ladder: Cardiff 82%, Warners Bay 82%, Killarney Vale 75%, Terrigal Avoca 73%, Nelson Bay 55%, Gosford 45%, Lake Macquarie 45%, Maitland 42%, Newcastle City 33%, Singleton 17%, Wyong Lakes 8%

Ladder leaders Terrigal Avoca returned to the winners list with a win over Nelson Bay, whilst a tenacious Killarney Vale pushed league heavyweight Newcastle City all the way before being defeated by 26 points in Round 13 of the Hunter Haval Black Diamond Cup competition.

Terrigal Avoca travelled to Nelson Bay keen to get back on track after suffering the first loss of the season the previous week and dominated from the outset on their way to a 16.10.106 to 7.7.49 win.

After Nelson Bay kicked the first goal of the game before the Panthers kicked the next six goals to open up a 34 point lead early in the second quarter before cruising to a 57 point win.

Best players for the Panthers were Lachlan White, Jayson Van Dam, Sam O’Brien, key backman James Hart, coach Mark Skuse and Ryan Webster who also kicked four goals to be the game leading Goalkicker..

At Adelaide St Oval, Newcastle City overcame a spirited Killarney Vale, kicking ten goals to three in the final three quarters to eventually grind out a 26-point victory. Final scores were Newcastle City 11.3.69 to Killarney Vale 6.7.43.

The Bombers had the better of the opening exchanges as key forwards Jack Nancarrow and Scott Reed put early scoreboard pressure on them. The Bombers profited from a glut of turnovers as they stopped City’s normally reliable short passing game and City went to the first break with some serious work to do in the clearances and with their kicking accuracy.

City’s experience eventually came to the fore as they ground their way back into the contest, before pulling away in the last quarter to win by 26 points.

150-gamer Max Mumford was excellent for the Bombers, whilst Lachlan Waters, Connor Reilly, Ryan Barrett, Lachlan Wilson and Tim Oosterhoff had strong games. Scott Reed was Killarney Vale’s only multiple goalkicker with three goals.

In the Black Diamond Plate, there was planet of celebrations at Bateau Bay as The Entrance Bateau Bay recorded their first win of the season after coming from behind at three quarter time to defeat Muswellbrook by 11 points. After a tough year the players and officials were jubilant when the final siren sounded. Gosford finals chances hang by a thread after second placed Maitland kicked two goals in the final two minutes to defeat the Tigers by four points. Wyong Lakes were untroubled in accounting for Terrigal Avoca to retain top position on the ladder.

In the GE Womens Competition, none of the Central Coast teams managed victory, with Gosford going down to Maitland in a nine-point thriller at Rogers Park in Woy Woy, Wyong Lakes were upset by Singleton whilst Killarney Vale were no match for league leaders, Newcastle City.