WANTIRNA SOUTH INTO DIVISION 3 GRAND FINAL AFTER 10 POINT WIN OVER MITCHAM.

Article from the Leadernews:

WANTIRNA South will get the chance to avenge its ­Division 3 grand final loss of last year after winning a thrilling second semi-final against Mitcham on Sunday.

In a game worthy of grand final status, the two sides traded blows all afternoon at East Burwood Reserve.

There was less than a kick in it when Andrew Goland strolled through a pack and slotted home the winning goal with 28 minutes on the clock.

The Devils held on to win by 10 points, 16.11 (107) to 13.19 (97).

Wantirna South had the first win of the day at the coin toss, choosing to kick with a stiff breeze in the first term. After meeting some early resistance, the Devils made the most of it, slamming through five unanswered goals.

It was a versatile Wantirna South forward line doing the job, with all five goals coming from open play.

Steve Pimm got the Tigers on the board with a steadying goal, and David Searl snuck one in before the quarter-time siren to keep the Tigers in the hunt.

They trailed by 17 points at the first change.

Mitcham made a fast start with two goals early in the second term, but the Devils held them in check.

Brent Walker and Ryan Baker answered for Wantirna South before Daniel Beddome converted a strong grab to give his side a 22-point buffer. Pimm again had to halt the Devils’ run, and a goal to Anthony Faulkner had the Tigers within two kicks; the margin was 14 points at half time.

The Devils built on their advantage through old-­fashioned methods.

They were disciplined, they hit their targets and converted their chances.

And they kept at it in the third term, kicking two quick goals and threatening to run away with it.

Mitcham applied the brakes, but the Devils still led by four goals.

As he had twice before, Pimm stopped the Devils’ run with a goal, but the ­Tigers wasted a number of other good opportunities.

The margin was three goals at the three-quarter time siren and the game was on the line.

Mitcham made an early run to erase the deficit and took a lead midway through the final term.

The Tigers should have known it wasn’t their day when Pimm’s late effort to give them the lead hit the top of the point post.

The winners booked a week off and a spot in the grand final, while Mitcham will face Templestowe in the preliminary final this Sunday at East Burwood Reserve.

Leggate vs Mitcham

FINALS THIS WEEKEND

All 3 WSFC sides feature in finals this weekend. The details of the games are below. A reminder it is $13 entry.

Saturday 30 August – FIRST SEMI FINAL

UNDER 19’s- 9.40 am.
Wantirna South V Templestowe

Sunday 31 August – SECOND SEMI FINAL

RESERVES –11.55 am.

Wantirna South V Mitcham

SENIORS – 2.10 pm. 

Wantirna South V Mitcham

 

Presentation Night 2014

WSFC Presentation Night and Des Brown 50th Year Celebration

** A night not to be missed **

FRIDAY 19TH SEPTEMBER
WHITEHORSE CLUB
298-336 BURWOOD HIGHWAY
EAST BURWOOD 3151
6.30pm start and ticket prices are $85 p/p.

You can pay for your ticket using the Team Store section on the club App, or you can transfer using internet banking to the clubs account details below.

Wantirna Sth FC
BSB 633 000
A/C 133142265
REF – Your full name

 

Presentation Night

Goal Kickers 2014

SENIOR GOALS TOTAL RESERVE GOALS TOTAL
Daniel Beddome 42 Brett Hardham 45
Brent Walker 37 Mark Dimashki 35
Anthony Papa 21 Josh Stone 31
Michael Jamieson 17 Rob Papp 24
Taylor Leggate 17 Sam Bates 19
Jason Barrie 15 Steve Colosimo 16
Brad Hutchinson 14 Dean Papa 13
Lachie Greig 12 Peter Cahill 13
Andrew Azzopardi 9 Shaun Murray 13
Nick Papadopoulos 6 Andrew Azzopardi 11
Andrew Teakel 6 Morgan Clark 8
Sam McIntyre 6 Hus Yusuf 8
Rob Papp 6 Jimmy Sarinn 7
Daniel Cromb 5 Sam McIntyre 6
Andrew Goland 4 Jayden Raab 6
Ryan Baker 4 Jake Stopinski 5
Scott Edgcumbe 3 Ben Cromb 4
Jake Denes 3 Ryan Baker 3
Cal Ransom 2 Jason Barrie 3
Shaun Young 2 Brent Walker 3
Jackson Freeman 1 Troy Tranter 3
Braydon Harkness 1 Jake Denes 3
Scott Houghton 1 Kyle Brooks 3
Matt Roberson 3
Mark Denes 2
Johnny Frantz 2
Jack Birkett 1
Luke Small 1
Aaron Brougham 1
Fez Veal 1
Jayden Cox 1
Daniel Kouvs 1
David Lang 1
Will Phillips 1
Ty Huckstepp 1

CLUB NEWS AND DATES FOR THE DIARY.

Hi All,

It’s a massive game this weekend in ALL grades against Mitcham, to get one over them before the finals would be a great result. We would love to see all our supporters out at Walker Park this Saturday cheering the boys on.  After the game we will head to one of our major sponsors – The Knox Club for the awards which will kick off about 6.30pm. It is important we all go back as a club and support people who support us.

**IMPORTANT**  Any unfinancial Players will not be available for selection if debts are not cleared by Rnd 16. Please see Les Cochrane ASAP.

Some dates coming up to put in your diary.

Juniors Finals – Start this Sunday 27th July. There is a roster up on the notice board for players to check which 2 hour shift they have been allocated to assist the smooth running of the finals. The finals go for 4 weeks so please help out where you have been asked, remembering that running this brings in alot of money to the footy club so it’s very important.

Wild West Night – Sat, 2nd August is the last players function of the year. A Wild West Night. The players are running it but you are all invited to dress up and come along on the night. It will be a belter of an evening, especially after 3 wins at Boronia during the day.

$1,000 Cash Draw and Lunch – Sat. 9th August is the last home game against Whitehorse and the 1K draw and lunch will be on. More details will be posted on the App as soon as they come to hand.

WSFC Vote Count – Sat, 16th August is the vote count. Very exciting night where we find out the best players in each of the teams for 2014.

Finals – The dates for the finals are as below.

Elimination Final- Saturday, 23 August
Qualifying Final – Sunday, 24 August
1st Semi Final – Saturday, 30 August
2nd Semi Final – Sunday, 31 August
Preliminary Final – Sunday, 7 September
Grand Final – Sunday, 14 September

Presentation Night – Friday, 19th September. Whitehorse Club, ticket prices and other information will be release as they come to hand.

The club is looking for recruits for 2015 to join the committee. The club is in an exciting position going forward and would like to recruit keen and motivated persons for next season. If you are interested or would like to discuss this further then please speak to Ron.

Regards, 

Ron Hoogkamer – Preseident