Football: Saturday all bad news for Kalamunda Cougars


Beau Barratt is chaired off for his 150th game.
Beau Barratt is chaired off for his 150th game.

IT was bad news for all three A- grade teams Saturday at Ray Owen Reserve, with Trinity Aquinas taking the points across the board.

The colts went down by 70 points, with Sammy Hodgkins in the votes again and Ash Bartlett best afield for Cougars.

The reserves lost by 10 goals, with club legend Beau Barratt again outstanding in his 150th game, putting pressure on his team to not only follow his example, but also to attempt to chair him off after the game.

The league team went down by seven goals to a superior opponent, but competed well across the board, with Jarrod Brunskill shutting down former West Coast Eagle Quinten Lynch and Adam Pottinger’s brother Trent amongst the best.

Tom Martin was great for the D2 league team, kicking eight goals in its 115-point thumping of Quinns Districts.

The D2 reserves missed their opportunities late and ended up going down by 10 points, with Simon Bycroft great for the Cougars, and Steve “Scooba” Cameron dominant again.