Warriors setting the pace

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Two rounds of under-13 football have taken place so far in 2016. WARRIORS are unbeaten following two rounds of Ararat andDistrict Junior Football Association matches.
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The team is off to a flying start in the under-13 competition. Last Friday night, the junior footballers ventured out to Moyston for round two.

Warriors came up against Mounties in game one. It wasa hard fought,skilful game despite the wet conditions.

The ladder leaders started strongly and remained consistentthroughout the game. Mounties were right in the contest untilthe end, with their younger players putting in a great effort.

Jim Jennings led the way for Warriors while Callum Roberts was named Mounties’ best player.

Game two saw Bombers and Rovers go head-to-head.

Bombers put in a solid team effort throughout the gameand thatshowed on the score board. Rovers’ tackling pressure was strong, and they never game up until the final siren.

Zac Hitchcock booted four goals for the Bombers while James Phillips was best on ground. Ryan Heard was outstanding for Rovers.

Friday night footy returns toAlexandra Oval this week, and the canteen will be open with plenty of hot food and drinks available.

Results:

Warriors 7.5(47) defeatedMounties2.6 (18)

Goals –Warriors:Jezza Woods 2, Jordan Cox 1, Izaiyah Turner 1, Jim Jennings 1, Darcy Aitken 1, Bosco Iezekil 1. Mounties: Wilbur Shea 1, Tom Cousins 1. Best –Warriors: Jim Jennings, Kobe Davis, Jordan Cox, Kade Bohner, Jezza Woods, Izaiyah Turner. Mounties: Callum Roberts, Flynn Toner, Jed Rhodes, Patrick Toner, Sarah Ralph.

Rovers 6.2 (18)lost to Bombers 7.15 (57)

Goals –Rovers: Sonny Kettle 1,Jackson Baker 1.Bombers: Zac Hitchcock 4, James Phillips 2, Brady Weppner 1. Best –Rovers: Ryan Heard, Jack Cann, Jude Stephens, Sonny Kettle, Jake Brady, Darcy Woodfine. Bombers: James Phillips, Ed Bush, Luke Briggs, Brady Weppner, Jono Fennell, Zac Hitchcock.

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