Kinglake’s unbeaten 2019 winning streak came to an abrupt halt today as Yarra Junction came out of the blocks firing. Yarra Junction 23.10 (148) defeating Kinglake 8.12 (60).
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In AFL Outer East netball the Lakers held on in A grade to defeat Yarra Glen by 7 goals whilst Alexandra defeated arch-rival Yea by 13 goals
The Lakers maintained their unbeaten winning streak defeating Yarra Glen by 22 points. Playing coach Anthony ‘Spider’ Fairchild kicked four goals to now be the third-highest goal-kicker in Division 2.
It’s already round four in the AFL Outer East footy league. That’s right round four. Whilst everyone’s season has only just begun some sides are in danger of seeing 2019 slip away, whilst others can show everyone they’re the real deal.
This Saturday, July 28, Kinglake face arch-rivals Yea in AFL Yarra Ranges division two with Past Players Day from midday to 4 pm and Ladies’ Day from 3 pm.
Kinglake’s 2018 season got off to a flying start winning senior and reserves football and the A and B grade netball, all by significant margins, against Thornton-Eildon at the Thornton Recreation Reserve.
Kinglake match report, photos, video and audio to follow.
The Kinglake Football Netball Club (KFNC) launches season 2018 on Friday, April 13 from 6.00 p.m. at Lawson’s Restaurant (Kinglake Pub), including the football jumper and netball dress presentations.