Football: Kalamunda A Grade goes down to University by 7 points


Al Haight chaired off after his 200th game. Picture: Don Benson Photography
Al Haight chaired off after his 200th game. Picture: Don Benson Photography

THE Kalamunda A Grade league team played a top of the table University team on the weekend, and nearly stole a win, going down by just seven points.

Lochie Lucken was in the votes, but Matthew Outridge was again dominant to be best on the ground.

The reserves competed well after an early lapse, but ended up losing by 10 goals, with captain Beau Barratt best for the Cougars before heading off to hospital for stitches above the eye.

An undermanned colts team received a football lesson, going down by 17 goals, with Matt Arnold and young gun Sammy Hodgkins the best for Kalamunda.

The D2 league team recorded a strong six-goal win over Ballajura in club stalwart Al Haight’s 200th game.

The D2 reserves lost by four goals with another club stalwart and life member Michael Ferritto kicking goals and leading the way.