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Woori Yallock Seniors remain undefeated - Star Mail Newspaper 3/6/24

Another solid day of results for Woori Yallock as they hosted Gembrook-Cockatoo.

The morning started well with another outstanding performance from the Under 18 side, the Unders have put themselves in a very good position as they head into the King’s Birthday break.

Woori Yallock 18.18, 126 defeated Seville, 3.7, 25.

Top Tigers were Ronan Taylor, Mason O’Neill, Maximus Iskra, Lewis Player, Elken Croydon and Max Rees.

The Ressies came up against a strong opponent who had beaten Narre Warren the week before while it was also great to see Cal French making his comeback after a long-term knee injury. The Ressies have taken big steps this year but need to keep building as they hit the dog days part of the season.

Woori Yallock 2.7, 19 defeated by Gembrook-Cockatoo 10.12, 72. Top Tigers were Jesse Mclaren, Nicholas Maile, Tom Kear, Matthew Cliff, Hamish Gemmill and Luke Cottier.

In the Women’s Footy, it was probably the best performance of the year to date, a very even contribution that saw the girls get the win over local rival Wandin. The women’s team has done an amazing job to date gelling into a top-three team and deserves the week off.

Woori Yallock 4.4, 28 defeated Wandin 2.5, 17. Top Tigers were Sky Wilson, Piper Crymble, Rachael Lee, Catrina D’couto, Michelle Brown and Kira Kendall.

The Seniors put out a workmanlike display with the Brookers taking it up to the hosts for a quarter and a half with the scores level at 2.2, 14 each at quarter time and a slender lead for Woori Yallock at halftime, 6.5, 41 to 3.6, 24. The Tigers were able to get the game on their terms with a blistering third quarter, with the older players Jordan Williams, Zach Monkhorst and Robbie Allen leading the way when the game was up for grabs. The boys have a week off now after a 8-0 start knowing that each week they need to face that challenge.

Woori Yallock 15.14, 106 defeated Gembrook-Cockatoo 6.10, 46. Top Tigers were Williams, Allen, Monkhorst Kody Busoli, Jak Ryan and Joshua Neal.

In netball, it was one of Woori Yallock’s most successful days so far this year with the A, B and D grade sides getting a win The netball program is starting to find its groove and the club is super excited about the second half of the season for all the teams.

A Grade: Woori Yallock 51 defeated Gembrook-Cockatoo 35. No best players selected.

B Grade: Woori Yallock 70 defeated Gembrook-Cockatoo 36. No best players selected.

C Grade: Woori Yallock 23 defeated by Gembrook-Cockatoo 34. No best players selected.

D Grade: Woori Yallock 36 defeated Gembrook-Cockatoo 4. No best players selected.

17 and Under: Woori Yallock 21 defeated by Narre Warren 49. Nobest players selected.

U15: Woori Yallock 19 defeated by Berwick 25. No best players selected.

This week, the club’s hard-working volunteers get a breather as most of the Outer East competition takes a week off.

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