The top five is set
South Colac have almost locked in a top five finish after recording a massive 67 goal win over Apollo Bay, keeping the Roos quest for triple premierships alive. South Colac would have to lose by big margin next week against Alvie and Irrewarra Beeac would have to defeat the Colac Imperials by a big margin also for the 5th and 6th placed sides to swap around spots which looks highly unlikely. The Roos dominated to match right from the start to record their 89 to 22 win. Ally Harrington top scored for South Colac with 49 goals and coach Nicole Mitchell with 40. Katie Mulgrew and Edwina Parker were named in their best players. Hannah Woods top scored for the Hawks with 13 with Katie Monaghan and Katherine Schrederis were named in their best players.
Lorne have locked in second spot on the ladder after a thrilling win against Alvie by four goals.Scoes were tied at the first change, but from there the Dolphins were able to keep their noses in front to record their 39 to 35 win. Jeanette Hancock top scored for the Dolphins with 19 goals while Beth Loubey and Sharni De Jong were named in their best players. Maggie Eldridge top scored for the Swans with 28 goals with Sara Morrissy and Morgan Eldridge were named in their best players.
Otway Districts had to fight hard to record their 12 goal win over the Colac Imperials and lock in their first finals finish in 13 years and could set up a top three finish if results go their way next week. The Demons led at every change but were challenge through out to record their 44 to 32 win. Olivia Paatsch top scored for Otway with 31 goals with Jessica Fish and Emma Craddock named in their players. Eliza Cahill top scored for the Cats with 14 goals while Kayla Clark and Emelya Perkins named in their best players.
The Western Eagles produced an upset win over Birregurra by 11 goals to register their third win of the season. The young Eagles led at every change to record their 58 to 47 win. Katrina Filice top scored for the Eagles with 34 goals with Ruby Mason and Alexandra Genua were named in their best players. Saskia Douglas-Dekker continued her impressive season top scoring for the Saints with 40 goals with Sarah Maslen and Molly Buchanan named in their best players.
After a tight first half where scored were tied at both quarter time and half time, top side Simpson broke away from Irrewarra Beeac and all but ending their finals chances with a 44 to 33 win. Jesse Hawkins top scored for the Tigers with 27 goals with Paige Mason and Amy Pemberton named in their best players. Courtney Garner top scored for the Bombers with 20 goals with Lily Marwood and Caroline Hitchings named in their best players.