BRAYBROOK BOUNCE BACK
By SARAH RAMANTANIS
Braybrook defeated the Wyndham Suns by 36-points at Goodard Street Reserve on Saturday.
The Suns kicked the first goal of the game, but it was one-way traffic after that with the Brookers leading at every change. They controlled the game never looked in danger of defeat.
Paul Cutajar-Milosev was dominant for Braybrook in the forward line, kicking seven goals for the game with the team putting in a clinical display with a high conversion of goals for their inside 50 entries.
At the third quarter break, Braybrook coach Jason Hamilton told his players to keep it consistent, however, to be aware of the long ball into the 50.
Despite losing, the Wyndham Suns had good contributions from Ashley Gallina, Dean Cachia and Paul Tomelty. The Brookers meanwhile had significant contributions from Cutajar-Milosev, Nathan Smith and Bradley Busutill.
Tarneit, won their second consecutive game, defeating Laverton by 39-points.
Only two-points separated the two sides at the half way point, but Tarneit managed to score seven goals to one in the second half, to run out Round 2 winners.
John Zangari kicked three goals in the win, while captain Adam Miriklis booted two majors in what was a best on ground performance.
For Laverton, Jalen Clarke and Patrick Lee were among the best.
Elsewhere, Glen Orden continued its hot start, with a 47-point win over Albanvale and Sunshine Heights defeated North Sunshine by 157-points.