Rovers on fire with 208 in junior football
The young Deni Rovers scored 200 points in their fourths match against Mathoura this week.
Deni Rovers 30.28 (208) def Mathoura 0.0 (0)
Rovers dominated in each quarter leaving Mathoura scoreless for the match.
Deni Rovers had multiple goal kickers on the weekend with play being predominantly in the Rovers’ forward 50.
Rovers will play Waaia this weekend at Memorial Park.
Waaia are sitting fifth on the ladder, while Rovers remain in third position.
Rovers best players: Jessie Jervis, Jerrah Caruso, Baxter Cowley, Andrew Smith, Ben Hayes, Dexter Hardman.
Goals: Baxter Cowley (7) Andrew Smith (6) Coby Bysouth (4) Isaac Behsman (4), Ben Hayes (2) and one goal each for Jerrah Caruso, Brody Wills, Nick Fanning, Spencer Cowley, Connor Wilson, Jessie Jervis, Jacob Holton.
Awards: Fanmac Ag ($10) – Zac Grimison; Kirsty Wilson ($10) – Jerrah Caruso; Fanmav Ag ($10) – Andrew Smith; Josh’s Bakehouse ($10 voucher) – Ben Hayes; Maccas ($5 voucher) – Liam Knuckey and Spencer Cowley; Subway – Isaac Behsman, Coby Bysouth, Jake Harvey, Angus Knuckey and Stuart Benger.
Thirds: Deni Rovers 30.15 (195) def Mathoura 1.0 (6)
Deni Rovers were two good for Mathoura in their Under 17s match, posting a 189 point win.
It was a complete team effort right across the ground.
The ball movement was fantastic and linked up really well with our hands.
Best again was Tyson Willis with nine goals, but helping set up many others as well.
Connor Didcock and and Cayden Hawley were great in our back half.
Goals: Tyson Willis 9, Jackson Muldoon-Leetham 4, Brodie Elphick 3, Cam Wills 3, Alex Harvey 2, Jack Hussey 2, Cayden Hawley 1, Connor Didcock 1.
Best: Tyson Willis, Cam Wills, Brodie Elphick, Liam East, Jackson Muldoon-Leetham.
Awards: T McCully Construction - Tyson Willis; Parts Central - Cam Wills; Barber and Threadz - Luke Holloway; Deniliquin Pastoral Times - Ryley Parr; Design and Build Cabinets - Brodie Elphick; Rovers canteen - Liam East; Subway - Alex Harvey.