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North Ballarat City defender Ryan Luke might have played his last game for the Ballarat Football League season.
Luke has been ruled out with hand trouble.
North coach Shane Skontra said Luke had been struggling with the injury for a while and it had reached the point of getting the better of him.
Ryan missed City's win over Melton South in round 10 before returning to be among its better players against Ballarat last round.
North Ballarat has had a run of injuries to top-end players this season, including Daniel Jones, Tim Speirs, Will Young and Ben Simpson.
North Ballarat has made four changes to its line-up to take on Lake Wendouree at CE Brown Reserve on Saturday.
Fiachra O'Deasmhunaigh returns with Josh Chatfield and Brock Freeman, while Matthew Aikman makes his senior debut up from the under-19s,.
With Greater Western Victoria Rebels being rested for the NAB League under-18 competition break, Riley Polkinghorne is out.
Lakers have key changes with Jack Elkington, Sam Clifton and Scott Carlin all out, although Jacob Coxall is an important selection. Callum Harte debuts from the under-19s.
REDAN has named ruckman Orren Stephenson to make his way back from injury against Bacchus Marsh at Maddingley Park on Saturday, while Liam Hoy is also back in play after being unavailabvle for a week.
Stephenson was selected last week, but withdrew from the side which lost to Sebastopol.
They are two of five inclusions, with Laityn Withers from Eastern league club Knox making his debut.
Redan loses Jacob Short with a bruised heal and GWV Rebels duo Cooper Craig-Peters and Liam O'Brien are rested.
Bacchus Marsh gets back its two most important players in ruckman Daniel Burton after a one-match suspension and busy onballer Jacob Chisari, who has been overseas.
His brother Matt Chisari has also gone straight back into the side after also being away for three games.
MELTON has recalled star midfielder Jaycob Hickey for a vital clash with Sebastopol at Marty Reserve on Saturday.
Hickey has only played the three games owing to overseas travel - making his latest senior appearance in round four. He played in the reserves last round to get some run in his legs.
Ryan Carter is also back, while Riley Walker and Mitch Brockwell could not be be considered.
The Burra has three changes with Geoffrey Lovett, Marshall Cain and Jacob Wilkinson in.
However, it will miss key forward James Keeble and Grady Snowden (shoulder).
BALLARAT has regained teenager Will Liston and recalled Matthieu Brehaut, Joel Berry and Ash Gray to face Melton South at Melton Recreation Reserve on Saturday.
GWV Rebels players Patrick Glanford and and Jed Hill take a break for the NAB League run home.
The Panthers have lost Isaac Conway back to Port Melbourne much quicker than expected.
EAST Point will be without prime mover Matt Johnston, who sustained concussion against Darley,
The Roos' big man stocks have also taken hit with Jaykeb Lench (general soreness) joining Paul Koderenko on the sidelines for Saturday's encounter with Sunbury at Clarke Oval..
Chris Carson and Joel Maher are inclusions.
Jarrah Maksymow will make his senior debut for Sunbury.
The Lions have named him at the first opportunity, with the 2016 Bacchus Marsh player having made the one appearance - in the reserves against Ballarat three rounds ago.
He was unable to back up the next week owing to soreness when set for senior selection, while Sunbury had a bye last round.
Maksymow, who was signed in mid-June and kicked four goals in the reserves, has not played any other football since the end of last year. Sunbury coach Travis Hodgson said he had no hesitation in selecting him despite his lack of match fitness.
The Lions are without key defender Grant Valles (overseas) and young onballer Dylan Landt (Essendon VFL).
Cody Brand, who is on the Calder Cannons list, makes his senior debut after one under-19 game. Mick Edwards is back after a three-week suspension.
PREVIEWS AND SENIOR TEAMS
LAKE WENDOUREE v NORTH BALLARAT CITY
at CE Brown Reserve
LAST MET: round 2, Lakers 7.11 (53) d North 7.10 (52)
LAKE WENDOUREE (9th, 3 wins, 1 draw, 6 losses): Lakers' finals hopes have certainly gone. What this should allow them to do is play with freedom and dare - probably something they have lacked as coach Dale Power has regularly rued an inability to turn possession up forward into goals.
With some handy youngsters such as Josh Bibby, Scott Carlin and Jacob Coxall found this season, there are still wins in Lake Wendouree and this game is one of those - especially on its home deck. It needs to be at its best across the board though.
NORTH BALLARAT CITY (8th, 4 wins, 6 losses): two wins in a row. At last some momentum for North.
Home ground advantage has been a factor across the competition this season and curiously each of City's wins have come at Mars Stadium. It should not, but it does immediately throw up danger signs.
Youthful exuberance has worked as well as anything for coach Shane Skontra and if he is to keep the run going this will be where North makes its presence felt.
PREDICTION: Lake Wendouree
B: Lachlan O'Connell, Joshua Bibby, Oliver Yeung
HB: Caleb Hepworth, Callum Harte, John Forbes
C: Bailey Edwards, Shane Hutchinson, Jacob Lohmann
HF: Joel O'Connell, Ashley Simpson, Nathan Pring
F: Robbie Emerson-Jones, Jamie Norton, Jacob Coxall
R: Liam Hepworth, Ben Taylor, William Henderson
Int: Mitchell Phillips, Tom Salau, Sean Willmott, Ambrose Gillett
Emg: Kynan Raven, Ned Nash
In: Tom Salau, Callum Harte, Jacob Coxall
Out: Jack Elkington, Sam Clifton, Scott Carlin
North Ballarat City
B: Fiachra O'deasmhunaigh, Ryan Hobbs, Clay Jenkins
HB: Sam Willian, Benjamin Simpson , Harrison Mulcahy
C: Izaac Johnson, Jason McNamara, Sam Bromley-Lynch
HF: Harry Loader, William Young, Tom Bromley-Lynch
F: Mitchell Gilbert, Josh Chatfield, Matthew Aikman
R: Cameron McCallum, Simon Mc Cartin, Brock Leonard
Int: Samuel Scally, Brock Freeman, Adam Turley, Elliott Lamb
Emg: Riley O'Keefe, Alexander Riches, Bailey Holloway, Mitchell McKee, Jack Simpson
In: Brock Freeman, Fiachra O'deasmhunaigh, Josh Chatfield, Matthew Aikman
Out: Dylan Graham, Fletcher Loader, Riley Polkinghorne, Ryan Luke
SUNBURY v EAST POINT
at Clarke Oval
LAST MET: round 8, Kangaroos 9.18 (72) d Lions 9.13 (67)
SUNBURY (6th, 6 wins, 4 losses): Jarrah Maksymow will make his debut for the Lions and his presence is going to change their whole dynamic.
He will play deep forward and what he does not secure is sure to provide opportunities for the likes of Lachies Bramble, Jack Landt and Mick Edwards, who is back after a three-match suspension. Sunbury only just lost to East last time and it is always better at the fortress that is Clarke Oval.
A win and the Lions are one game from top, lose and they could slip out of the top six. That is how close it is.
EAST POINT (1st, 8 wins, 2 losses): the Roos have already been pushed to the limit by Sunbury this season and it is going to be even more difficult in the far east. Point has not been able to find as much clean football in attack of late, but without Grant Valles (overseas) to deal with the game will open up for Jordan Johnston, Brad Whittaker and Bryson McDougall.
Depth is the key. Billy Jones, Jess Baird and Joel Mahar have all contributed in this area. As good as East have been on occasions, its best is still to come.
B: Corey Mobilio, Trent Luke Stead, Jack Hannett
HB: Dylan Featon, Daylan Kempster, Mitchell Conn
C: Liam Berry, Gregory Hay, James Cree
HF: Michael Edwards, Leigh Brennan, Andrew Duhau
F: Jarrah Maksymow, Jack Sheahan, Jack Landt
R: Jayden Eales, Lachlan Bramble, Alik Magin
Int: Thomas Werner, Alec Goodson, Cody Brand, Reece Wood
Emg: Ben Guthrie, Luke Goater, Jacob Bygate, Jack O'Leary, Nathan Bridgland
In: Alec Goodson, Jarrah Maksymow, Cody Brand, Mick Edwards, James Cree
Out: Mitch Trimboli, Grant Valles, Dylan Landt, Jack O'Leary, Nathan Bridgland
B: Daniel Tung, Jesse Baird, Joel Gallagher
HB: Lucas Dahlenburg, Joel Van Meel, Drew Murphy
C: Isaac Quick, Joel Mahar, Clay Bilney
HF: Daniel Semmens, Brad Whittaker, Billy Jones
F: Jordan Johnston, Bryson McDougall, Jake McQueen
R: Mitchell Walsh, Jacob Brown, Mickitja Rotumah-Onus
Int: Jordan Taylor, Chris Carson, Aden Nestor, Cameron Lovig
Emg: Andrew Maconachie, Brodie Murphy, Ryan Walsh
In: Chris Carson, Joel Mahar
Out: Matthew Johnston, Jaykeb Lench
BACCHUS MARSH v REDAN
at Maddingley Park
LAST MET: round 8 last year, Cobras 19.22 (136) d Lions 12.9 (81)
BACCHUS MARSH (7th, 5 wins, 5 losses): some big inclusions with Daniel Burton back from suspension and the Chisari brothers home after an Italian escapade. What a different they will make.
The Cobras have enormous regard for Jacob Chisari as one of the best stoppage ballgetters in the competition.
That is more than likely where this game will be decided and if the Marsh can give Aaron Willitts and Jake Owen enough service in attack this is a game which could give the home side some added impetus.
There is a lot on the line.
REDAN (3rd, 7 wins, 3 losses): the complexion of the Lions' season has changed.
Even through they are still right at the pointy end, only a game from the top, they are feeling added pressure.
Everything - especially its draw - still points to Redan to playing finals, given Richmond recruit Shaun Grigg is in the wings and Orren Stephenson has been sidelined. The loss to Sebastopol also showed big Liam Hoy has been this season. Expect a lift.
B: Simon Lafranchi, Daniel Velden, Tim Hughes
HB: Liam Mullen, Quade Butt, Tyson Shea
C: Kain Dickson, Ryley Stuhldreier, Declan Phyland
HF: Nicholas Stuhldreier, Jake Owen, Jack Lalor
F: Jack Parente, Aaron Willitts, Billy Griffiths
R: Thomas Wardell, Harrison King, Brodie Easton
Int: Daniel Burton, Matthew Chisari, Jacob Chisari, Ricky Shortis
Emg: Dominic Miesen, Connor Stone, Lleyton Pigott
In: Matthew Chisari, Jacob Chisari, Daniel Burton
Out: Dominic Miesen, Connor Stone, Lleyton Pigott
B: Nicholas Barker, Patrick Britt, Zac Jenkins
HB: Jarrett Giampaolo, Benjamin Smyth, Keenan Waterbury
C: Dean Mathews, Liam Hoy, Blake Thomson
HF: Alexander Harvey, Lachlan McLean, Cooper Atchison
F: Laityn Withers, Angus Cleary, Grant Bell
R: Orren Stephenson, Lachlan George, Daniel Bond
Int: Sam Carr, Patrick Fitzgibbon, Matthew Coon, Liam Phillips
Emg: Kayne Councillor, Jacob Toulmin, Dylan Page, William Madden
In: Orren Stephenson, Sam Carr, Laityn Withers, Liam Phillips, Liam Hoy
Out: Thomas Robertson, Cooper Craig-Peters, Liam O'Brien, Jacob Short, William Madden
SEBASTOPOL v MELTON
at Marty Busch Reserve
LAST MET: round 10 last year, Burra 10.12 (72) d Bloods 6.15 (51)
SEBASTOPOL (4th, 6 wins, 4 losses): there is no time for the Burra to rest on its laurels. As impressive as it looked in suppressing Redan, Sebastopol has to keep it going. It had the better of Melton twice last year and if the Burra is to plays finals it most likely has to do the same over the next month.
Sebastopol is moving away from what has been defensively-based dour approach to a more attacking and certainly harder hitting side, with the confidence to take on the opposition. The improvement from the bottom up has also been an important element in this development.
MELTON (6 wins, 4 losses): the Bloods were enormous last year, reaching the grand final. Progressing much quicker than they thought they would.
As much as Melton wants to kick on again, there is a real danger it could drop right out of the premiership race.
The Bloods are yet to reach the same heights of a season ago. Like Sebastopol, Melton has a terribly tough run home which has the potential to unravel its campaign. This game could hardly be more important. And there is the added element of having already suffered two major upset losses on trips to Ballarat.
B: Benjamin Trew, Tom Petersen, Tony Lockyer
HB: Jordan Gercovich, Hugo Papst, Sam Jenkins
C: Chase Dummett, Luke Kiel, Simon Butler
HF: Daniel Widgery, Geoffrey Lovett, Jai Harvey
F: Brett Goodes, Tobias Thoolen, Michael Powell
R: Hamish Everett, Lachlan Cassidy, Ryan Noether
Int: Jacob Wilkinson, Jack Mason, Marshall Cain, Ben Hutt
Emg: Shaun Henry, Brandon Dummett
In: Geoffrey Lovett, Marshall Cain, Jacob Wilkinson
Out: Bradley Weightman, James Keeble, Grady Snowden
B: Lachlan Walker, Ryan Carter, Mark Orr
HB: Billy Crofts, Blake Souter, Brett McIntyre
C: Daniel Walker, Matt Denham, Jack Walker
HF: Benjamin McMahon, Liam Carter, Shaun Campbell
F: Jordan Kight, Darren Haby, Braedan Kight
R: Ben Archard, Dyson Stevens, Connor Griffiths
Int: Tom Button, Harrison Hanley, Jaycob Hickey, Ryan Davis
Emg: Kurt Baker, Lochlan Ericson, Anthony Hibbert, Jared May, Malcolm Beck
In: Ryan Carter, Jaycob Hickey
Out: Riley Walker, Mitchell Brockwell
MELTON SOUTH v BALLARAT
at Melton Recreation Reserve
LAST MET: round 10 last year, Panthers 27.14 (176) d Swans 11.6 (72)
MELTON SOUTH (11th, 1 win, 9 losses): the wooden spoon is potentially on the line, with each side naturally desperate to avoid it.
The Panthers feel they were not too far off the mark against Melton last round and that perhaps a similar performance might see it sneak home against a club going through a similar development phase. They have gradually been getting their best combination back on the park.
Every games a free hit, with Paul Bower and Isaac Conway potentially the x-factors.
BALLARAT (10th, 1 win, 1 draw, 8 losses): the Swans have also been steadily building with the return of important onballers Nick Weightman and Sam James back after extended injury lay-offs.
While the tighter confines of this venue do not completely suit Ballarat's preferred running game, it might actually help it become more potent in attack, where outside the efforts of Andrew Hooper it has really struggled.
This is a game the Swans need to be up for and take the chance for a rare win.
B: Jesse Geddes, Daniel Leggett, Jack Mepstead
HB: Billy Sullivan, William Thornton-Gielen, Brendan Hooper
C: Cody Chapman, Dale Houghton, Brody Sullivan
HF: Jacob Thornton Gielen, Paul Bower, Ryan Holzer
F: Matthew Notman, Broden Collins, Sean Humphries
R: Benjamin Sortino, Sharp Dillon, Matthew Sullivan
Int: Jonathon Bell , Shaun White, Daniel Vasjuta, Brayden Wood
Emg: Rhys Lee, Rhys Souter, Samuel Hurst, John Kovarik
In: Sean Humphries, Daniel Vasjuta
Out: Jayden Vincent, Isaac Conway
B: Grant Baldwin, Luke Wynd, Tobias Fisher
HB: Taylor Sutton, Bailey Van de Heuvel, Thomas Thewlis
C: Sam James, Daniel Kennedy, Bailey Fraser
HF: Ash Gray, Matthieu Brehaut, Jack Blackburn
F: William Liston, Nicholas O'Farrell, Andrew Hooper
R: Marcus Powling, William Garner, Lachy Dawson
Int: Joel Berry, Nicholas Weightman, Shane Pongho, Carter Prendergast
Emg: Austin McPherson, Jesse Nicholls, Mitchell McGrath
In: Joel Berry, Ash Gray, Matthieu Brehaut, William Liston
Out: Jackson Ford, Jed Hill, Patrick Glanford, Jesse Nicholls
BACCHUS MARSH v. REDAN
B: Baiden Cracknell, Kyle Grima, Zachary Miesen
HB: Ben Singor, Callum McKenzie, Lleyton Pigott
C: Dominic Miesen, Matthew Whittle, Connor Stone
HF: Nicholas Strangio, Lachlan Whyte-Marshall, Joshua Harrington
F: Mark Howden, Scott Howson, Samuel Griffiths
R: Jye Dickson, Phillip Hoyland, Samuel Rousch
Int: Lachlan Randall, Matthew Hoyland
B: Simon Remington, Xavier Curran, Liam Grills
HB: Kayde Linton, William Madden, Dustin Okely
C: Matthew Bourke, Stuart Aberdein, Joel Neal
HF: Kyle Hayes, Matthew Ward, Lleyton Scheele
F: Scott Whiting, Thomas Robertson, Hayden Edwards
R: Thomas Godson, Jacob Toulmin, Todd Douglass
Int: Riley Petrascu, Brenton Riordan, Dylan Page, Angus Cocking
Emg: Jeromy Johnston
LAKE WENDOUREE v. NORTH BALLARAT CITY
B: Lachlan Dodd, Nicholas Clifton, Jye Gourlay
HB: Charlie Carr, Jesse McLean, Alexander Parrot
C: Xavier Schuurs, Harrison Robertson, Fletcher Brennan
HF: Aiden Lourey, Callum Mc Kay, Archie Bissinella
F: Paul O'Connell, Michael Page, Neville Fraser
R: Jonathon Millane, Tom Mc Kay, Kynan Raven
Int: Will Tickner, Jack Irvin, Harry Carter, Harry Turner
North Ballarat City
B: Alexander Riches, Liam Cullinan, Matt Willian
HB: Max Lawless, Matthew Nevett, Matthew Goh
C: Tynan Haintz, Nathan Olver, Bailey Holloway
HF: Lachlan Simpson, Jacob Duffy, Harry Murphy
F: Andrew Lambert, Josh Cullinan, Joshua Partington
R: Scott Howard, Thomas McPhan, Jack Simpson
Int: Michael Fortescue, Mitchell Hay, Christopher Metcalfe, Thayne Turley, Darcy McEldrew
Emg: Alex Fitzpatrick, Dale Hyland, Matthew Skontra
MELTON SOUTH v. BALLARAT
B: Thomas Keane, Anthony Curtis, Ryan Sutherland
HB: Daniel Cooper, Shaun Lord, Leigh Notman
C: Dylan Nicholson, John Kovarik, Daniel Martin-Walker
HF: Jackson Reale, Marc Dransman, Michael Scicchitano
F: Andrew Mohacsy, Samuel Hurst, Nathan Gemmell
R: James Higgins, Patrick Unsworth, Rhys Souter
Int: Zachary Giblett, Jayden Smoors, Ben Notman, Zacchary Price
B: Andrew Day, Damien Peck, Jesse Marshall
HB: Dylan Bulluss, Zane Ross, Cooper Andrews
C: Riley Constable, Alexander Stepnell, Lachlan Constable
HF: Jake Drever, Ashley Madder, Jackson Ford
F: Jesse Nicholls, William Johnston, Lucas Hodgetts
R: Ben Hobbs, Austin McPherson, Harrison Butler
Int: Brad Milikins, Jacob Willowhite
SEBASTOPOL v. MELTON
B: Nathan Doonan, Adam Young,
HB: Mitch Jolly, , Dayne Furness
C: Tom Holmes, , Riley Henderson
HF: Luke Parker, Baden Stevens, Lachlan Hind
F: Brad Broughton, Taylor Stewart, Brandon Dummett
R: Daniel Lewry, Shaun Henry, Joshua Morgan
Int: Samuel Hill, Dylan Watsone, Luke Noether, Jack Cooper, Mitchell Miller, James Carroll
B: James Robertson, Kurt Baker, Murphy Wilde
HB: Christopher Jones, Malcolm Beck, Jordan McGregor
C: Jacob Grech, Andrew Bartlett, Brett Merry
HF: Lochlan Ericson, Mark Farrar, Jake Buttigieg
F: Matthew Huckstepp, Ashden Crone, Blake Nicholson
R: James Taylor, Jared May, Jaycob Hickey
Int: Daniel Wright, Chris Reilly, Billy Dixon, Joshua Parsons, Joshua Fikret, Bradley Newman
SUNBURY v. EAST POINT
B: Ben Riley, Jack Dillon, Paul Barry
HB: Dwain Sanderson, Sam Hogan, Bradley Mundy
C: Ben Guthrie, Andrew Gilbertson, Jiaya Mitchell
HF: Mitchell Pearce, Cody Ross, Corey Hansen
F: Mitchell Trimboli, Jacob Bygate, James Rizk
R: Christopher Lucas, Jack O'Leary, Nathan Bridgland
Int: Dylan Caruana, Joshua Muir, Brody Pink, Tomas Stefaniw
B: Mackenzie Spark, Brodie Murphy, Zachary Gladman
HB: James Duffy, James Lewis, Jeremy Learmonth
C: Andrew Maconachie, Christopher Quinlan, Liam Gunn
HF: Jack McClure, Ethan Lawler, Sam Cooper
F: Dallas Martin, Jake Miocic, Chris Banwell
R: Ryan Walsh, Tom Walton, Bailey Medwell
Int: Ashley McArthur, Thomas Whittington, Jaime Tung, Drew Layton
BACCHUS MARSH v. REDAN
B: Andrew Bettio, Jaye Fell, Connor Tangey
HB: Luke Timms, Jack Crawford, Jacob Pawlowicz
C: Dimitri Lambris, Xavier Jenks,
HF: Jack Eeles, Mason Dickson, Jai Carlton
F: James Mayne, Byron Drew, Tyler Sutherland
R: Jack Burgess, Rylan Porter, James Dickson
B: Nicholas Vincent, Owen Davidson, Rhys Elliott
HB: Sam McDougall, Monty Judd, Ryan Thiesz
C: Finn Lappin, Jack Jones, Harry Twaits
HF: Kayne Councillor, Declan Murphy, Sam Cole
F: Jack Richards, Fergus Macdonald, Hamish Britt
R: Patrick Stephenson, Ryan Jerera, Liam Phillips
Int: Ethan Councillor
LAKE WENDOUREE v. NORTH BALLARAT CITY
B: Brody Gilbert, Will Tickner, James Loader
HB: Ethan McLaren, Cooper Brennan, Samuel Morrow
C: Stephen Fitzgibbon, Jack Butler, Harry Carter
HF: Marlin Staley, Callum Harte, Charlie Lloyd
F: Harry Turner, Max McLachlan, Josh Canny
R: Tom McKechnie, Sam Canny, Matthew Jones
Int: Tarun Raven, Cody Brooks
North Ballarat City
B: Broden Haintz, Riley O'Keefe, Alexander Kirby
HB: William Peucker, Ryan Wood, Charles Patterson
C: Lachlan O'Keefe, Jarrod Curran, Lachlan Opie
HF: James Curran, Dylan Graham, Mitchell McKee
F: Isaac Pertzel, Sam Bowen, Fletcher Loader
R: Isaac Carey, Riely Ranieri, Fletcher Toose
Int: George Simpson, Lachlan Becker
MELTON SOUTH v. BALLARAT
B: David Curtis, Logan Brett, Nicholas Baas
HB: Richard Frew, Joshua Frew, Jackson Eekelschot
C: Samson Hubert, Rhys Lee, Christopher Mackie
HF: Rohan Mullan, Jayden O'Loughlin, Tyler Rogers
F: Brodie Souter, Frederick Spanner,
B: Jack Taylor, Samuel Fisher, Briley Patullo
HB: Mitchell Collins, Tom Conheady, Izaac Ewing
C: Nathan Woodward, Brandyn Davidson, Cooper Andrews
HF: Tyrese Nunn, Mitchell McGrath, Lawson Prendergast
F: Nath Fernandez, Darcy Trethowan, Jesse Marshall
R: Kristofer Swan, Lachlan Rinaldi, Jackson Perry
Int: Samuel McCrum, Bailey Pickering, Jack Anderson , Noah Drever, Caleb Reilly
SEBASTOPOL v. MELTON
From: Mitchell Miller, Will Ringin, Deejay Redmond, Ethan McDonald, Chris Slater, Timothy Landwehr, Zander Hourigan, Lachlan Young, Aaron Miller, Samuel Hill, Nicholas Schiemer, Brady Dunne, Luke Boers, Jim Hall , Jackson Rigg, Hayden Gilmore
B: Benjamin Martin, Jaymes Coombe, Brock Willmott
HB: Josh Cooper, Jack O'Rourke, Alexander Robinson
C: Max Scoble, Jake Syme, Kyle Rodgers
HF: Adam Tomac, Lochlan Lamberton, Joshua McMahon
F: Johnny Armstrong, Mark Samuels, Justin Newton
R: Bailey Mawson, Jai Whitehand, Hudson Wilde
Int: Jason Hibbert, Nathan Dowdy, Jed Gleeson
SUNBURY v. EAST POINT
B: Trent Cranwell, Caelan Pitts, Ethan McDonald
HB: Lochlan Jones, Luke Goater, Riley Eales
C: James Pollard-Wright, Connor Lever, Isaac Smithwick
HF: Connor Gills, Mathew Eldridge, Nathan Doyle
F: Murphy Boyd, Cooper Lamb, Thomas Schwarzenberg
R: Joel Muir, Jordan Taylor, Brock Landt
Int: Riley Looker, Luke Bailey, Cody Brand, Dylan Bygate
B: Jobe Quick, Aidan Hanrahan, Jack McCallum
HB: Ethan Prenc, Nate Rieniets, Mitchell Welsh
C: Jacob Medwell, Ben Dodd, Matthew Romeril
HF: Darcy Strange, Elliot Strange, Trent Severino
F: Samuel Tipper, Ambrose Vallance, Jack Thornton
R: Joshua Findlay, Will McLoughlin, Tom Clark