Saturday proved to be a dirty, dismal day for Oakleigh Amateurs as the three teams could only manage 11 goals between them with the U/19s contributing 7 of those. The seniors made the journey to Mt.Eliza to tackle Peninsula Old Boys were left embarrassed as the Pirates held them goalless until the final quarter in a 77 point thumping.

There were few highlights for Oakleigh until the final term when Ben Still and Trevor Bromley broke the goal drought. Peninsula are always dangerous at home and the Oaks were simply not good enough and have now slipped back closer to the relegation zone. Pat Ioannidis, Tim Doherty and Kevin Holden battled hard for Oakleigh.

The reserves suffered an even bigger loss in the early game, having no answers to a rampant Pirates losing by 114 points. Rod Gonzalez kicked Oakleigh’s 2 goals with Kevin Harris, Josh Abela and Scott Johnstone among the best.

The U/19s paid St.Bedes/Mentone a visit and had their bubble burst by 10 goals and they too struggled to keep pace with their opponents. Goals were shared among 7 players with Craig O’Meara, Corey Moore and Lucas Cloke among the best.


Seniors: Oakleigh 2.8.20 v Peninsula 14.13.97
Goals: Trevor Bromley, Ben Still
Best: Pat Ioannidis, Tim Doherty, Kevin Holden, Zac Bennett, Trevor Bromley, Chris Mercuri

Reserves: Oakleigh 2.3.15 v Peninsula 18.21.129
Goals: Rod Gonzalez 2
Best: Kevin Harris, Josh Abela, Scott Johnstone, Rod Gonzalez, Manny Catalla, George Angelis

U19s: Oakleigh 7.13.55 v St Bedes 17.13.115
Goals: Lucas Cloke, Dylan Goodwill, Corey Moore, Anmol Malhotra, Craig O’Meara, Rob Smith, Brodie Weymouth
Best: Craig O’Meara, Corey Moore, Lucas Cloke, Hayden Everett, Jake Ford, Ryan Powell