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MELODY Bennett, Long Plains and Brooke
Humphrys, Two Wells in the Under 13 A game.
Hummocks too good for Balaklava
HUMMOCKS V BALAKLAVA
A1: Hummocks capitalised on their frst turnover.
CherylAppleby’s voice for Hummocks was a driving
force in settling their play. Both GD’s outshone the
play for the quarter. Stand out players were Bonnie
Nicholls (Hum GD) and Jane Harding (Balak GD).
Hummocks GD Bonnie Nicholls and GK Melissa
Moulds defence in the circle made it hard for the
Balaklava goalies. Balaklava persisted in attack,
however Hummocks’ defence stood strong.
Bonnie Nicholls again performed well for Hum-
mocks, as did Ashleigh Heinrich (Balak C). Hum
Balak took to the court with four changes and
for the frst fve minutes kept the scores even.
Lauren Michael (Balak WD) stayed tight on her
player, intercepting well. Stand out players included
Samantha Nicholls (Hum GS) and Lauren Michael
(Balak WD). Hum 42 - Bal 20.
Hummocks presented for the fnal quarter set-
tled, and converted the frst eight goals with Balak
nil. Balaklava’s frst goal was scored nine minutes
into the quarter. Balaklava then found their style
and with accurate shooting they were now on the
Final score: Hum 85 - Bal 27.
A2: Even start to the quarter on wet and slippery
courts. Mother and daughter combination, Kirsty and
Ashleigh Williams, worked well for Hummocks with
great defensive pressure from Nadine Wehr and
Tenayah Renshaw for Balaklava. Caitlyn Moulds,
Tenneal White and Jessica Angel showed great
defensive pressure but great work from Stacey
Mugge and Cass Powell gave Balaklava the lead.
Stand out players: Debra Davey (Hum WA) and
Kate Cmrlec (Balak C). Hum 9 - Bal 16.
Emma Ward and Deb Davey fought hard for
Hummocks through the centre but Balaklava pulled
away early in the second quarter. Kate Cmrlec played
strong through the mid court. Balaklava goalies shot
well. Kirsty Williams worked hard for Hummocks in
goals and Tenneal White and Caitlyn Moulds fought
hard in defence, causing a few turnovers down the
court. Stand out players: Cass Powell (Balak GA)
and Caitlyn Moulds (Hum GD). Hum 18 - Bal 34.
Goalies shot well for both teams, but it took Balak
longer to settle from the changes. Hummocks fought
across the whole court and were only outscored
by one goal this quarter. Stand out players: Kate
Cmrlec and Nadine Wehr (Balak). Hum 30 - Bal 47.
Balaklava pulled away early in the last quarter.
Nadine Wehr (GS) and Tenayah Renshaw (GD),
worked hard for Balaklava.
Defences kept applying pressure but Balaklava’s
attack was just too strong. Standout players: Ten-
neal White (Hum WD), Tenayah Renshaw (Balak
GD). Hum 37 - Bal 63.
A3: Ball handling proved slippery in the drench-
ing rain and goal scoring was diffcult. Ashleigh
Williams (Hum GD) took some timely intercepts for
Hummocks and Renee McPharlin at GS was the
focal point for Balaklava.
Standout players: Ashleigh Williams (Hum GD),
Renee McPharlin (Balak GS). Hum 10 - Bal 9.
Balaklava’s Rebecca Dixon (C) and Aleisha
Michael (GD) took a few intercepts from Hummocks’
loose passes and Balaklava scored goals as a result
of these. The speed of Merridy Nicholls (Hum GA)
combined well with the experience of Sascha Tiller
(Hum GS). Lorry Osbourne (Hum GK) worked hard
to get a few touches. Standout players: Merridy
Nicholls (Hum GA), Aleisha Michael (Balak GD).
Kellie Michael at WA (Balak) provided great
drive at the centre pass and accurate feeding into
her goalies. Jessica Hoepner (Hum WD) worked
hard to take a few intercepts in the mid court.
Balaklava extended their lead at the three quarter
break. Standout players: Kellie Michael (WA, Balak).
Balaklava continued to apply full court pressure
and were eight goals to one in the early stage of
the fnal quarter. Krystal Cock (Hum C) continued
her work ethic to provide drive and had a good duel
with Rebecca Dixon (Balak C).
Stand out players: Kayla Arbon (Balak GA),
Krystal Cock (Hum C). Hum 27 - Bal 56.
A4: Both teams started well, with shooters
Hannah Hoepner (Hum) and Ellie Reusch (Balak)
at either end of the court shooting accurately. Hum
Hummocks started the second quarter with
the frst two goals, but Balak went on soon after to
settle with Ciara Guy and Samantha Florance who
worked well together.
Balaklava shooters were too strong and
stretched their lead. Hum 20 - Bal 27.
Hummocks started the third well, shooting the
frst three goals after Sandra Smith (Hum GD)
stopped Balak from scoring and sent the ball back
to her attacking end. Ciara Guy did a great job in
defence and made it a challenge for the Hummocks
goalies. Hum 30 - Bal 35.
Great shooting from both teams made it a very
even start in the last quarter. Sandra Smith stood
out for Hummocks in defence. Hummocks had a late
fght back in the fnal stages of the quarter, and were
able to score the winning goal with only seconds to
play. Final score: Hum 44 - Bal 43.
A5: Balak started strongly, scoring fve goals
before Hummocks had one on the board. Hum
Balaklava started the second fercely, shooting
the frst three goals and with great accuracy from
their shooters. Kathy Nicholls (Hum GD) worked
really hard despite Balaklava shooting further
ahead and having a comfortable lead at half time.
Both teams made changes for the start of the
last half, with Tayla Williams making a big difference
for Hummocks. Her team played their best quarter
of the match. Balaklava responded soon after with
a strong fnish. Hum 12 - Bal 32.
Hummocks started well, shooting the frst four
goals. The quarter was again quite even, however
with a comfortable frst half, Balak were able to
maintain their lead to win the match. Final score:
U17 (Balak Away v Balak):
An even frst quarter. Balaklava Home had the
frst turnover. Great moving by Alex Wehr (GA).
Some good intercepts by Balaklava Away’s Vicki
Locan (WD). Stacey Faerhmann (GD) also had very
tight defence. Standout players: Stacey Faerhmann
(Balak GD). Hum 5 - Bal 7.
Good movement in BalaklavaAway’s goal circle
but failed to put the ball through. Good shooting by
Balaklava Home’s goalies. Play became messy mid-
quarter from both teams. Standout players: Chelsea
McPharlin (Balak Home GK). Hum 8 - Bal 12.
The third quarter was goal for goal initially, then
Balaklava Away had a great turnover with perfect
passing into the circle. They were rewarded with a
goal. Good defence by Balaklava Home defences in
the circle and good work at the other end, resulting
in goals. Standout players: Blessing Nyoni, Alex
Wehr (Balak Home). Hum 13 - Bal 18.
Good defence by Balaklava Home and re-
bounds by tall GD, Stacey Faerhmann in the last
quarter. Injury to Vicki Logan (Balak Away WD) who
then came off. Teams resettled and all tried hard.
Standout players: Chelsea McPharlin and Stacey
Faerhmann (Balak Home), Kameeka Scott (Balak
Away), Blessing Nyoni (Balaklava Away C). Bal
Away 18 - Bal Home 24.
A close game, played in good spirit, with both
teams desperate for top spot on the ladder. Well
U15: Hummocks began well, with a number of
successive goals. All players contributed equally
to getting the ball into the goal end on numerous
occasions. Standout players: Tayla Williams (Hum
Balaklava made a few changes and worked
the ball around well, but Hummocks still proved to
be too strong. Mikaela Lane-Watson (Hummocks)
increased the score by 14 goals, while Tayla Wil-
liams added an additional nine. Standout players:
Mikaela Lane-Watson (Hum GS). Hum 41 - Bal 5.
More changes for the Balaklava side levelled
the play with both sides working hard in defence.
Hummocks still led the goal scoring, 11 goals to
six. Standout players: Sophie Wehr (Balak GA).
The last quarter was fast and furious with Mikaela
shooting a number of quick goals. Standout play-
ers: Mikaela Lane-Watson (Hum GS). Final score:
Hummocks dominated from start to fnish, how-
ever the Balaklava girls played very well.
U13A: The game continued to play out evenly
throughout the quarter. Standout players: Bianca
Smith (Balak GS), Sarah Nipperess (Hum WA).
Hummocks came back on with their captain’s
fresh legs and beaming smile at centre. This change,
along with Hummocks’ strong defence limited
Balaklava’s opportunity to get the ball into their
attacking third. Stand out players: Jessica Davey
(Hum C), Claudia Tiller and Rhianna Cunningham
(Balak). Hum 11 - Bal 7.
Blustery conditions proved challenging for
the shooters. Half way through the third quarter,
Balaklava’s GA, Bianca Smith, fought hard to
convert Balaklava’s frst twogoals for the quarter.
Hummocks’ goalies, Sophia Sach and Haylee
Studham, proved to be a cracking combination in
the goal circle. Hum 20 - Bal 11.
The fourth quarter started out with unsettled play
from both sides. Half way through the fnal quarter
Balaklava began to make their presence felt by
threatening a comeback, led by Bianca Smith in
GA. Resistance from the goal post in Balak’s circle
made their comeback hard work. Final score: Hum
The initial lead gained by Hummocks saw them
over the line.
U13B: Balaklava began with a quick turnover
of the Hummocks centre pass. Both teams settled
easily with a goal each for Rhea Lawless (Balak)
and Olivia Carslake (Hum). Amber Young (Hum
WD) defended well, as did Siena Bond (Balak GD).
Standout players: Siena Bond (Balak GD), Amber
Young (Hum WD). Hum 1 - Bal 9.
Kelsie Rowland came on at GD for Hummocks
and joined with Karli Andrew (WD) to defend well.
Emma Lane and Chloe Lamond worked well to-
gether in the centre third for Balaklava wile Kelsie
Rowland (Hum GD) and Amber Young (Hum GK)
continued to defend hard. Brittany Berry (GA)
scored Hummocks’ second goal. Standout players:
Chloe Hean (Hum C), Sienna Bond (Balak GD).
Kara Binka (GK, Balak) began strongly in the
third, while team mate Krystal Cohen (GS) shot
well. Hummocks goalies continued to try hard
despite the strong defence by Sienna Bond and
Kara Binka (Balak). India Amos (Hum WA) worked
hard as did her opponent Lucy Dixon (Balak WD).
Standout players: Kara Binka (Balak GK), Sienna
Bond (Balak GD). Hum 2 - Bal 21.
Ashlen White (Hum GK) began the quarter well
as did KarliAndrew (Hum C). Lucy Dixon (Balak WD)
and Emma Lane (Balak C) continued to drive the
ball for Balaklava as KarliAndrew (Hum WD) passed
and defended well. Olivia Loy (Balak GS) tried hard
against her taller opponent. Standout players: Olivia
Carslake (Hum GA), Lucy Dixon (Balak WD), Karli
Andrew (Hum WD). Hum 3 - Bal 28.
Balaklava displayed some great netball skills.
Hummocks improved throughout the game.
U10: Lots of scoring shots by both teams. Lovely
intercepting by Hummocks’ Melanie Myers (C).
Good defending by both teams. Good rebounding
by Balaklava’s GK, Jorjah Pike and GD, Charli Wil-
liamson. Standout players: Melanie Meyers (Hum
Lovely shooting by Sienna Butson (Hum GS)
in the second term. Great trying by Balaklava’s
WA, Amelia Greenslade. Standout players: Sienna
Butson (Hum) and Amelia Greenslade (Balak).
Lots of intercepting by both teams, with great
skills shown. Standout players: Sienna Butson (Hum
GD) and Madeleine Karklins (Balak C). Hum 6 - Bal 0.
A shot for goal by Balaklava’s Eliza Loywent
(GS) went in, then out unfortunately. Good shooting
by Hummocks’ GA, Emily Anderson. Some good
intercepting by Hummocks’Rebecca Niland-Welsh.
Great defending by Hummocks’ Nicola Tiller (GK)
and Sienna Butson (GD) causing held balls. Stand-
out players: EmilyAnderson (Hum GA). Final score:
Some great play by all girls, who have all shown
great skill improvement.
LEADING GOAL KICKERS
after round 9 games
HARDWARE & FODDER
8862 1063 "Handy for hardware"
1 Brendon Niklaus - Virginia
2 Koby Ettridge - United
3 Shane Hanson - Hamley
4 Angus Bruggemann - Mallala
5 Brian Montgomery - Mallala
6 Cameron McKinnon - HW Eagles 3 20
7 Scott Hahn - Mallala
8 Brenton Lamond - Balaklava
9 Todd McPHARLIN - Balaklava
10 Caleb Howell - Virginia
1 Justin Platt - Virginia
2 Blair Buchanan - Mallala
3 Anton Pogas - Virginia
4 Ryan McDONALD - Two Wells
5 James Rundle - United
6 Terry Lioulios - Virginia
7 Adam Schmidt - Hamley
8 Neville Hatt - Hamley
9 Matt Angel - Balaklava
10 Oren Hearnden - Balaklava
1 Tyler Darwin - Hamley
2 Lachlan Goss - Two Wells
3 Tyson Temby - HW Eagles
4 Daniel Coombe - United
5 Sam Rosenzweig - Hamley
6 Tait Nottle - HW Eagles
7 Brad Wilson - Mallala
8 James Speissegger - Balaklava 0 12
10 Zac Scholz - Balaklava
11 William Hart - Two Wells
1 Bayley Easlea - Balaklava
2 Joshua Studham - HW Eagles
3 Riley Thorne - Mallala
4 Dawson Page - United
5 William Dixon - Balaklava
6 Katelyn Rosenzweig - Hamley
7 Nathan Studham - HW Eagles
8 Sean Speissegger - Balaklava
9 Michael McFarlane - Two Wells
10 Connor Lane - United
11 Stewart McRostie - Balaklava
12 Dylan Howell - Mallala
APFL PREMIERSHIP TABLE
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Team PWLDBFFF A % Pts
after round 9 games
1 Fisher St, - - Balaklava
Ph: 8862 1513
KYMBA Zanker, Long Plains and Two
Wells’ Renee Cameron can’t keep
the ball in play in the Under 17 game. CLAUDIADevlin, Two Wells in ac-
tion during the Under 13 A match.
MOLLY Dowsett about to receive the
ball for Two Wells in Under 17 grade.
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