Mixed results for Highlanders teams

Central Highlands footballers enjoyed a winning day in Colac on Sunday, but the league’s netballers were beaten by well-drilled rivals.

In the annual junior interleague battles with Colac and District, the Highlanders won both the under-17.5 and under-15 football matches, but were beaten in the 13/under, 15/under and 17/under netball encounters.

RESULTS

FOOTBALL

UNDER-17.5

Central Highlands 6.7 (43) d Colac and District 5.8 (38)

GOALS – Central Highlands: Jack Tuohy 3, Kyden Brown 1, Tim Collins 1, Brayden O'Neill 1.

BEST – Central Highlands: Jordan Grant, Lachlan Conlan, Ned Johns, Tim Collins, Flynn Donegan, Dean O'Brien.

UNDER-15

Central Highlands 18.10 (118) d Colac and District 2.1 (13)

GOALS – Central Highlands: Connor Palmer 4, Jimmy Wallesz 3, Logan Hayles 3, Dominic Dennis 2, Brayden Yanner 1, Ryan Thiesz 1, Jack Sampi 1, Riley Makrai 1, Nick Pantzidis 1, Ethan Azzopardi 1.

BEST – Central Highlands: Trent Severino, Charlie Martin, Logan Hayles, Max Wood, Ryan Thiesz, Jimmy Wallesz.

NETBALL

17/UNDER

Colac and District 38 d Central Highlands 24

Central Highlands best on court: Montana Mair

15/UNDER

Colac and District 35 d Central Highlands 16

Central Highlands best on court: Jessica Smith

13/UNDER

Colac and District 35 d Central Highlands 26

Central Highlands best on court: Olivia Leonard

STAR: Jordan Grant was named best on ground for the Central Highlands in the under-17.5 team's win over Colac and District on Sunday.

STAR: Jordan Grant was named best on ground for the Central Highlands in the under-17.5 team's win over Colac and District on Sunday.

WINNERS: Max Wood was one of the better players in the CHFL's victory against Colac and District in the under-15 football game.

WINNERS: Max Wood was one of the better players in the CHFL's victory against Colac and District in the under-15 football game.