Preston Bullants vs Brunswick NOBSPC

Division 1
July 22, 2017, 2:00 pm
Score: 31 - 92
Preston Bullants Preston Bullants0.0-02.6-183.10-283.13-31
Brunswick NOBSPC Brunswick NOBSPC5.5-355.6-3611.11-7713.14-92
Preston Bullants Preston Bullants71 - 38
Old Xaverians Old Xaverians40 - 55
Match Report

What a difference a week makes! Brunswick NOBSPC travelled to Preston with some trepidation after recent losses but rebounded in the best possible way with a 10-goal trouncing of the Bullants.

We took advantage of the strong northerly blowing straight down the ground in the first quarter and completely dominated with 5.5 to 0.0, then managed to hold Preston to 2.6 when it was their turn, and most importantly used that half-time lead as a springboard for a “premiership” third term of 6.5 to 1.4 to blow the game apart.

There was some icing on the cake to follow in the final quarter as we made it a 61-point win to help with our percentage.

It was a tour-de-force for the Chrises, Horsley and Ford, with eight goals between them as they continued to lead the way for the club this season. The improving Matt Dickson and ever-reliable Geremie Ganino were excellent in the midfield, while Jayden Tilbrook returned from a lengthy injury-induced absence like he had never been out. Danny King was also good again.

That win keeps us a game clear of 9th and relegation, with a run home of St Mary’s (2nd on the ladder) at home, Ormond (3rd) away, Whitefriars (10th) away, Therry (7th) at home and St John’s (9th) away. We therefore hold our destiny in our own hands. Get down to support the boys as they aim to keep winning!

Lineup
Goals
Best
10. Chris Horsley51
1. Chris Ford32
3. Jayden Tilbrook14
11. Geremie Ganino15
5. James Schmidt1
7. Daniel Mott1
36. James Bell1
2. Mathew Dickson3
34. Danny King6
13. George Hartney
17. Peter Carter
21. Lachlan Ezard
25. Dean Beaumont
28. Liam Whelan
30. Jarrod Bye
37. Nicholas Kelly
38. Scott Thomas
41. Rodney Clark
42. Adam Bevanda
43. Rick Glover
50. Aidan Pollock
52. Sam Richardson

Venue Information

W.R. Ruthven Reserve

Donald St and Madeline St, Preston