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At the first siren Glenorden had taken an early four goal lead.
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Onwards and upwards from here. The onballers received great supply from forr Penny brothers in the ruck, Loking kicked long and deep into the forward line where the likes of Breawt, Squeakr and Duke took full bit. Down back our greatest threat was from friendly fire Yisborne still have the gisbkrne marks down my leg Stevo. At the first siren Loooking had piled on seven goals to none. The second quarter looked to be following a similar pattern. There was no easy ball. Simon relished the contest and was dominant nreast the half-back, combining well with Youngy to mount many forward attacks. At the half, Gisborne had a 12 goal lead, although were starting to suffer from an extended injury list.
In the Meet women sex in auckland half Stevo and Brexst were moved out of the backline and onto the ball. Their ability to run forward of the ball and not so much in the other direction ensured they were able to kick a couple of majors in the final half. However, their absence from the back six was influential with Sunshine scoring their lone goal of the game in the third quarter. It was about a 20 goal margin at the final siren, as even the score-keeper had stopped counting. Well done to the lads. Obviously I have been hesitant about writing this, noting that Danny Klaaysen only had five kicks for the game, all when I was playing on him in the Gippsland Tigers colours, and all being goals.
Anyhow, we move on. The scheduled Saturday evening clash against the Wellington 35s and Gippsland 45s eventuated in only one 45s game against Gippsland, with Wellington unable to get the numbers to put on a 35s game. The Gisborne 45s turned out with a full team, primed from their breakout win of the season against Glenorden. Angry and myself generously offered to suit up for Gippsland, who were down on a few numbers for the bench. Unlike previous weeks, Gisborne jumped out of the blocks. Indeed, Gippsland struggled to break through their half forward line. In the centre Donny put injury aside to contest in the ruck, giving the onballers plenty of opportunity to clear the centre square.
Up forward Jimmy and Danny were providing strong targets, with Puss dominating at ground level. To end the first quarter, Gisborne were up by four goals. Up forward all the talk was about the events of the previous evening, such was the dominance of Gippsland. By the end of the third quarter Gippsland had hit the lead by three points. The fourth quarter ended up being very much a defensive affair, with both teams struggling to find a way to goal. In the end it was a brilliant solo effort from Rhino off half back, feeding Puss inside 50 that resulted in Gisborne kicking what was the winning goal with 90 seconds left on the clock.
Well done to the Gisborne and Gippsland teams for putting on such an entertaining match. The game was played in great spirits, it was 45s football at its finest. Gisborne v Geelong 15 May It is not a round of Masters football if the El Presidente does not add to his ever expanding low-light catalogue. On the weekend I really stepped it up with a couple of notable mentions, and a real cracker. The notable mentions included the delivery of a pin point handball directly to the opposition player on a surge into our forward line, and kicking one goal, five behinds for the 45s team in their narrow loss.
However, I managed to erase all memory of those events when I parked myself under a high ball in readiness to take what should have been a relatively simple chest mark.
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By the end of the quarter Gisborne were a couple of goals up. Things opened up in the second quarter, which was not a good thing when you were kicking against the wind. As a result Geelong piled the pressure on our back half. Cam Fullback of the Century and Gary Wilson defended strongly time and time again. Bernie also pushed deep into the backline, taking multiple intercept marks.