Sport

SDJFL: Youth Girls

By Alex Mitchell

Echuca enjoyed a big day out in the Shepparton District Junior Football Association Youth Girls competition against Mooroopna on Sunday.

At John Gray Oval, the young Murray Bombers went from strength to strength throughout the round two encounter, a six-goal final term sealing a 100-point triumph against the Cats.

Leading the way was a dominant Phoebe Poole, named best-on-ground for a starring five-goal display.

Sharmaine Reilly was also on fire with five goals, with Alexis Gregor, Tameka Polimeni, Chelsey Wright and Awhina O’Brien also showing plenty of talent.

Mooroopna’s Millie Hill worked hard all day and snagged a goal to be her team’s best player, Madelyn Andronaco and Christie Gibson also strong.

Shepparton Notre also banked four points, seeing off the Northern Angels by 47 points.

The Bears led at every change, with four goals from Gabrielle Pryde and three from Renee Doyle helping out big time.

Alexia Andronaco was her side’s best player along with Hannah Scott and Kayla Smith, while Kaiya Cornell, Andriana Oliver, Shae Dorrity and Rani Guthrie ground it out for the Angels.

Finley produced a huge win against Cobram, knocking off the Tigers by 128 points.

Holly Robinson was in some sort of mood, bagging eight goals, Samantha Rourke and Ruby Russell grabbing four apiece.

Seymour pitched a shut-out against Tatura, winning 116-0.

The Lions were well led by Chloe Locke who jagged seven goals, Lucy Dawe booting four in a big display.

Shepparton United also looked the goods in round two, beating Benalla by 76 points.

The Demons dominated and only allowed one behind in the win, Ruby Williams’ three-goal haul a sight to behold.

Claire Macgill starred for United, best afield with two goals, Jemma Jeffery, Mia Jeffery and Alicia Laffy also performing well.