There's nothing Kelly Mensforth loves more than kicking goals for her beloved Kangaroo Flat.
Mensforth has climbed the leaderboard to finish on top of the Central Victoria Football League Women's as the top goalkicker for the regular 2019 season.
After booting an impressive 10 goals in the Roos' 105-point win over Kyneton on Friday night, Mensforth is on top of the table on 42.
"I just love kicking goals," Mensforth laughed.
"I hadn't played footy for a while and I came back into it this year with Kangaroo Flat.
"I had never kicked that many goals before in a season and it feels very good to achieve it."
It was Mensforth's first season with the Roos, but she has many years of experience with the Bendigo Thunder and is also a netballer for Elmore's B-reserves.
The leading goalkicker's top tally didn't come without help from her teammates, with the squad channeling the ball to Mensforth during the game against Kyneton, final scores 15.16 (106) over 0.1 (1).
"Absolutely they were," Mensforth laughed.
"The win helps us end the season on a high and we look forward to finals."
Kangaroo Flat coach Mark Hull said Mensforth was in top form during the team's win over the Tigers
"Kelly started off in the first quarter kicking five or six, she was on fire and after that her confidence was up," Hull said.
Hull said he didn't know much about Mensforth up until her debut with the club in the 2019 season.
"Kelly is a role model within the club," Hull said.
"Kelly leads from the front and teaches all the other forwards from the under-18s, she has been a mentor to them."
Despite finishing on top of the goalkicking leaderboard, Hull believed Mensforth was capable or kicking even more.
"Kelly easily could have kicked another 10 or 15, but she is very selfless and always shares the ball around," Hull said.
Meanwhile in other round 15 games, top squad Golden Square defeated North Bendigo by 75 points at Atkins Street on Sunday afternoon, limiting the Bulldogs to just one behind, final scores 11.10 (76) over 0.1 (1).
In its last game of the season Eaglehawk put up a hard-fought effort against Strathfieldsaye, but fell short by 14 points, final scores 5.3 (33) over 2.7 (19).
CVFLW finals commence this weekend, with the first semi-final match to be contested between Strathfieldsaye and North Bendigo.
The top-two teams Golden Square and Kangaroo Flat will play in the second semi-final, with the winner straight through to the premiership match.
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