Maiden Gully YCW scored a thrilling one-goal win over Kyneton in the BJFL under-12A division on the weekend.
The Eagles overcame a slow start to reel in the young Tigers 6.8 (44) to 5.8 (38).
Tyran Farmer and Jonty Davis were the standouts for MGYCW, while Matt Black and Hunter Murray played well for Kyneton.
Top team Golden Square scored a resounding 66-point win over St Therese's.
Led by Jackson Lowery and Logan Wescott, the Bulldogs won 9.12 (66) to no score.
Oscar Cail and Zane Connick were best for the Sharks.
In the under-14 seniors, Kyneton upset the Sandhurst Dragons.
The Tigers jumped the Dragons with four goals to none in the first term and went on to win 8.9 (57) to 5.4 (34).
Lachlan Thompson and Harrison Sheahan were the standouts for Kyneton, while Tait Poyser and Tobie Travaglia played well for Sandhurst.
A wayward Golden Square proved too strong for Kangaroo Flat.
The Bulldogs had 29 scoring shots to eight in the 10.19 (79) to 4.4 (28) win.
Flynn McConville and Jack McMahon were outstanding for Golden Square. Kangaroo Flat's best were Shannon Breed and Ryan Hosking.
The two under-16 senior games went down to the wire.
Kangaroo Flat trailed Sandhurst by 16 points at the first change, but the Roos stormed home to win 9.9 (63) to 8.10 (58).
Campbell Smith and Patrick Murphy led the charge for the Roos, while Sandhurst was best served by Nash Dignan and Henry McCarthy, who kicked four goals.
Kyneton didn't kick a goal in the second half, but still managed to hold off Golden Square by seven points.
Brody Brown and Matthew Hanna were best for Kyneton. Golden Square's better players included Will Beagley and Sam Lowes.
In the under-15 girls, one of the four games had a winning margin less than 14 goals.
In the closest game, Strathfieldsaye Thunder edged out Eaglehawk by 14 points.
Led by Charley Cairnes and Marnie Wakefield, the Thunder won 6.6 (42) to 4.2 (26).
Keely Fullerton and Lexie Moss impressed for the Borough.
Tia Davidge and Octavia Di Donato kicked seven goals between them for South Bendigo in the Bloods 12.16 (88) to 0.4 (4) win.
Ava Dole and Phoebe Lonsdale battled hard against the odds for Golden Square.
Bella Benetti kicked five goals in a best on ground performance in Strathfieldsaye Storm's 98-point win over Kangaroo Flat.
April Gamble and Macey Curnow also played well in the 14.17 (101) to 0.3 (3) win.
Chelsea Cole and Jorja Hill were best for the Roos.
Top team Sandhurst had 14 individual goalkickers in its big 23.19 (157) to 0.0 (0) win.
Piper Smith and Aimee Dean were best in a team effort for the Dragons. Keira Long was best for the young Demons.
The three under-18 girls matches were one-sided.
Laddler leader Kangaroo Flat defeated Eaglehawk 9.6 (60) to 0.4 (4), with Isabella Pitto kicking four goals.
Tayla Looker and Eloise Gretgrix did plenty of damage for the Roos. The Borough's best were Drew Ryan and Imogen O'Neill.
Maeve Tupper and Madeline Marks were in great form for Strathfieldsaye in the 11.7 (73) to 1.2 (8) win over Sandhurst.
The Dragons named Abby Thompson and Eliza Bell their best players.
Emma Gilligan bagged six goals in Golden Square's big win over Woorinen.
Square won 19.16 (130) to 1.0 (6) on the back of big games from Bree Heiden and Dakota Villiva.
Katelyn Hazlett was Woorinen's best player and she kicked their only goal.
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