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Junction leave Lakers behind after half time

Kinglake were in the game until half-time before Yarra Junction took control in the second half to win by 59.

Kinglake kicked two goals straight from two shots in the first quarter and still be in the game.

Whilst Yarra Junction had seven scoring shots the Eagles inaccuracy would see scores level at the first break.

Despite outscoring Kinglake, Yarra Junction only held a four point lead at the main break. Kinglake 4.3 (27) to Yarra Junction 4.7 (31).

In the third quarter Junction’s inaccuracy continued with three goals from ten scoring shots whilst Kinglake kicked two goals, three points.

In the final quarter Yarra Junction switched on to kick seven goals and seven points to one goal from Kinglake, with Yarra Junction wining by 59-points.

Yarra Junction are third on the ladder whilst Kinglake have only one win for the season and fifth on the Division 2 ladder.

Kinglake’s reserves secured a win -just – by kicking the winning goal on the siren to win by a point.

The Lakers also revealed their all new ‘clash’ jumper after being forced to wear the special grey and black guernsey produced following Kinglake’s difficult 2009 season whenever playing Yarra Junction.

PHOTOS: COPYRIGHT © 2018 Kinglake Ranges News/Geelan Media/Ashley Geelan.

SENIORS
KINGLAKE    2.0 (12)    4.3 (27)    6.4 (40)    7.4 (46)
GOALS:
Brendan Howlett 2, Ben White 2, Aron Burns, Jaedin Poecher.
BEST: Jayden Butterworth, Alexandra McLaren, Luke Hannah, Matthew Newton, Brett Brown.

YARRA JUNCTION    1.6 (12)    4.7 (31)    7.14 (56)    14.21 (105)
GOALS: Jess Bombinski 3, Shane Hall, Leigh McCombe 2, John Holmes 2, Allan Chandler, Tyson Wheeler, Bradley Clark, Kyle Ousley, Kurt Robb.
BEST: John Holmes, Troy Armstrong, Jackson Taylor, Sam Cannon, Jess Bombinski.

RESERVES
KINGLAKE    4.0 (24)    4.5 (29)    5.5 (35)    7.6 (48)
GOALS: Cameron Caine 2, James Walker 2, Mitch McAuley, David Hayne, Danyon Simmons.
BEST: James Walker, Linden Young, Brett Robinson, Matthew McAllister, Ryan Hurst, Jess Rabjones.

YARRA JUNCTION   1.3 (9)   2.4 (16)   4.7 (31)    6.11 (47)
GOALS: Damian Pottage 3, Wayne Robertson, Bryan Freedman, Jeremy Irwin.
BEST:
Damian Pottage, Leslie Hooper, Wayne Robertson, Jordan Rice, Adam Ward.

NETBALL
A-GRADE
YARRA JUNCTION   15    20    43    (59)
GOALS: Fiona Waack 34, Monique Nagle 18.
BEST: Fiona Waack, Caitlin Ryan, Nakita Lastrina.

KINGLAKE                 13   28     37    (52)
GOALS:
BEST:
Not Supplied.

B-GRADE
YARRA JUNCTION ……………….. 18, 30, 48, 61
KINGLAKE …………………………… 12, 22, 36, 43
Yarra Junction. Goals and Best Players: Not Supplied.
Kinglake. Goals: Jade White 23. Best Players: Renee Wilson, Lauren Watson, Caitlyn Hendrie.

C-GRADE
KINGLAKE ……………………………. 5, 12, 20, 27
YARRA JUNCTION …………………. 7, 15, 19, 22
Kinglake. Best Players: Carly Fowles, Danielle Moore, Jacquilynn Pascoe.
Yarra Junction. Goals and Best Players: Not Supplied.

D-GRADE
KINGLAKE ………………………………………….. 21
YARRA JUNCTION ……………………………….. 11
Kinglake. Best Players: Danielle Moore, Ebony Keenan, Errin White.
Yarra Junction. Goals: Madisyn Nicolandos 10. Kayla Francis 1. Best: Emily Kelly, Madisyn Nicolandos, Katelin Borondy.

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