A SINGLE point in the final quarter would prove the difference between the Melton Centrals and East Point in the BFL’s youth girls competition on the weekend, with Centrals squeezing past their more experienced opponents 3.3 (21) to 2.8 (20).
In other fixtures, Redan proved too strong for Gisborne while Darley thumped Sebastopol by 146 points.
Creswick was again out-muscled in its clash with ladder leaders Lake Wendouree, while the Maryborough Castlemaine Football Netball League representatives overpowered Bacchus Marsh.
In the final match of the round, new entrants North Ballarat City challenged the established Ararat Storm before falling short.
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