Posted on Monday 3rd June, 2019


Facing one of their toughest challenges to date, Glen Orden were more than up to the task, defeating fellow finals contender Tarneit by 51-points at Wootten Road Reserve.

The Hawks sit on top of the Division 3 ladder with seven wins from as many games.

Heading into the bye for the Queen’s Birthday long weekend, Glen Orden coach Phil Crea must be pleased with how the team is tracking.

It’s the opposite for Mark Elso and his team, who have now lost their past two matches.

The Titans sit in second place on the ladder and will face Braybrook when the season resumes on June 15.

The Brookers won their fourth match of the season, defeating Laverton by 159-points at Laverton Park.

Star forward Paul Cutajar-Milosev kicked eight goals in the victory. He has booted 19 goals in the past two weeks and now since second in the overall goal kicking tally.

Bradley Busuttil also kicked six goals in the win, while Nathan Calleja is back to his best, put in a best on ground performance.

Sunshine Heights moved to 5-2 after their win over the Wyndham Suns.

The Dragons were ably led by Justin Zahra and Mathew Serafin.

Elsewhere, Albanvale were far too strong for North Sunshine winning by 168-points at Dempster Park.

The Roadrunners kicked their highest score of the season, but it was still no match for the Cobras, who had 16 different goal kickers in the win.

Ricky Cameron kicked six goals, while Nathan Black bagged five goals.