Marching to September

Karoonda V Pinnaroo

INSIDE: Peake's Pat Gabb fires out a handball during his side's win over Pinnaroo on Saturday. Photo: Bron Pahl.

INSIDE: Peake's Pat Gabb fires out a handball during his side's win over Pinnaroo on Saturday. Photo: Bron Pahl.

Karoonda had a good win over the Lameroo hawks on the weekend, they got the jump in the first quarter and never looked back.

Adam Proud was back in form with six majors, Jarrad Woodward had four and Mark Mueller also contributed a couple.

Corey Knight led the way with a BOG performance, Jack McKenzie was a solid contributer, as was Mark Mueller.

Pinnaroo had a reality check against the Peake Lions last week, the Roos got off to a good start in the first quarter but it was a damaging last quarter from the Lions that saw them go down by 68 points.

Single goals to Callum Tonkin, Tom Burton, Ryan Nickolls, Rory O’Driscoll.

Nick Hyde, Nick Lang and Clint Muster were all major ball winners for Pinnaroo, and Callum Tonkin and Tyson Jenner are always exciting players.

Karoonda will continue their good form.

Murrayville V Lameroo

Lameroo had a disappointing loss to the Magpies with only nine scoring shots. They will be looking for more opportunities from their main ball winners.

Matthew Ridgway played well and led from the front, while Billy McNeilly and Stephen Kerley were also solid for the Hawks.

Jayden Barrett was the only multiple goal scorer for Lameroo with two, Craig Altus, Matthew Ridgway, Brad Wakefield and Tyson Collins also got majors. Murrayville tried hard against the powerhouse BDT last week but couldn’t get the job done, Charlie Ralli, Brad Collins and Scott Hanham were good for the Dogs.

Richard Scott has had a good few weeks and Benjamin Mader was also good but Brad Collins was best for Murrayville. Lameroo will get up for a win

Peake V BDT

Peake had a good win over Pinnaroo on Saturday, but really only powered ahead in the last quarter.

Big-man Sam ‘Dukes’ Braidwood bagged five, Jamie Conlon with four and the Eddie Betts of the Lions Wade Saunders had three to his name.

Darren Hare is back to his best nearing finals time, Pat Gabb gives his mids first look 99 per cent of the time and Jamie Conlon is possibly the most agile big man in the comp.

BDT are also hitting solid form heading into the finals with an big win over Murrayville, this team still has some experienced finals campaigners.

Ben Prater and Lachy McDonald both snagged four each for the Crows, with Patty Barrett kicking three of his finest as well.

Clint Richardson is a gun and showed that on the weekend, Chad Kennett is always around the mark and good to see Ayden Reid up and about. Peake to win.