Hawks have highs and lows

Luke Fisher tackles Byron Taylor. 156058 Pictures: JAMIE CULLUM

OCEAN Grove defeated Drysdale in a high-standard round 8 Colts game on Saturday 26 June.
Just 16 points separated the two sides at the final siren. Campbell Davis booted three goals for the Hawks while Ethan Knight, Aussie Krueger and Billy Bravo were terrific all day.
Drysdale staged a massive comeback against Geelong West St Peters on the weekend, but just failed to snatch victory in the Colts Division Two comp.
With just one goal on the board and trailing at half time, the Hawks kicked four major in the third term to trail by just three points at the last break. Eventually they ran out 13-point losers, but could hold their heads high with Kyle Lattarulo, Drei Badics and Ethan Knight leading the way.
In the Colts Division Four clash, Lara ran out winners against Drysdale by 30 points. Jacob Gamble was a star for the Hawks and was superbly assisted by Hayden Whiting and Rowan Eeles.
Leopold proved too good for Drysdale Scott with Angus Williams, Luke Dries and Will Davis trying hard.
St Joseph’s defeated Drysdale Taylor in the under-14s in a very competitive game of football. Isaac Gee, Will Kilpatrick and Alex Bonner played well.
Drysdale McKeon was valiant in a 13-point defeat at the hands of Belmont Lions in under-14 Division Four. Bailey Hume, Luke Wells and Lachy Durbridge were best for the Hawks.
Drysdale McIntyre suffered a massive loss to GDFL Raiders but Oliver O’Dwyer, Tess Craven and Trinity Delfos never stopped trying for their team.
In the under-12s, Drysdale Humphrey played superbly to defeat South Barwon by 81 points.
Lara was too good for Drysdale in the under-10s while in the under-9s, Drysdale Whitten defeated Anglesea by 22 points and Drysdale Richards went down by four points to Torquay after launching a stirring last-quarter comeback.

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