ROUND 10 saw first versus third and the game did not disappoint, with Maddington winning by 22 points in tight contest against Kingsley.
The 18.13 (121) to 15.9 (99) win has Maddington on top of the ladder on 36 points, equal with Stirling with nine wins and one loss.
Maddington started well with extreme pressure around the ball and intense tackling. This saw them go into quarter-time with a two-goal lead.
Kingsley settled in the second quarter playing some great tough football and at half-time the scores were level.
The third quarter saw Maddington’s class start to prevail and they walked into the last change three goals up. Kingsley started with an absolute bang, kicking four goals in the first four minutes to take the lead for the first time in the game.
Enter The King ‘Chenzo’, moving himself into the ruck.
Maddington started to win the clearances and they lifted, kicking the next five goals.