North Brunswick/Rosebank 4th XI won the toss and elected to bat first making 262 from 35 overs before compulsory closure (cc). Kinglake were all out for 89.
KINGLAKE. 5:15pm. Jason Gaffee caught on 33. Kinglake 5/64. 5:00pm. Kinglake 2/41 from 16 overs. 4:30pm. Alex Hybinett LBW for 2. Kinglake 2/13 from 7.3 overs. 3:30pm. North Brunswick/Rosebank 3/262 from 35 overs. End of innings. 3:10pm. North Brunswick/Rosebank 1/214 from 30 overs. 2:55pm. North Brunswick/Rosebank are 1/191 off 28 overs. North Brunswick/Rosebank won the
Kinglake’s First XI won the toss and sent the Preston Footballers 2nd XI in to bat with Preston making 217 for five wickets from 35 overs. Preston Footballers 5/217 (cc) defeated Kinglake 2/151.
The Bathurst race is considered the pinnacle of Australian motorsport and originated with the 1960 Armstrong 500 at the Phillip Island Grand Prix Circuit, before being relocated to Bathurst in 1963.
YERING. Jayden ‘Joey’ Butterworth tonight (Friday, September 29) won the Kinglake Football/Netball Club’s Player of The Year Award (53 votes) ‘The Kinglake Brownlow’, with Hadrian Prest runner-up (37 votes). Andrew Young (29 votes) won the Reserves Award. In Netball it was a four-way tie in A Grade with Tarsha Collette, Paige Stanley, Kylie Wyatt and
The Kinglake Football/Netball Club will hold it’s annual Presentation Ball tomorrow night, Friday, September 29 at the Eastern Golf Club, 215 Victoria Road, Yering from 6:30pm.
Here’s the votes up to Round 15 for Kinglake Football and Netball Club’s 2017 awards.
Kinglake’s ‘Lakettes’ won Kinglake’s first netball premiership by four goals with C grade 36 points defeating Belgrave 32.
Kinglake’s Jayden ‘Joey’ Butterworth was selected full forward in the AFL Yarra Ranges Division 2 Team of Year (Senior football) last Tuesday, September 12, 2017.
It’s a Belgrave vs Yarra Glen showdown this Saturday with Powelltown going down by 54 to Belgrave in the seniors. Powelltown also lost their reserve match to Yarra Glen by 44.