Football: colts the only shining light in another bad weekend for Kalamunda Cougars

The Kalamunda Cougars colts had back to back wins against Curtin Uni Wesley colts (pictured) and Scarborough. Picture: Don Benson
The Kalamunda Cougars colts had back to back wins against Curtin Uni Wesley colts (pictured) and Scarborough. Picture: Don Benson

ALL Kalamunda Cougars Football Club’s grades came up against WAAFL powerhouse Scarborough Eagles Football Club over the weekend with the E1s hosting at Ray Owen Reserve while the A-grade teams travelled to Millington Reserve.

It was another disappointing weekend of football for the Cougars besides the colts, who followed their April 21 win against Curtin Uni Wesley with a win against Scarborough on April 28.

The colts started the day off in fine form leading at every change, while holding off a late comeback from the Eagles to win 5.4 (34) to 4-5 (29).

First-year colt Cameron Wilson picked up his second best on ground award this season.

Both the A-grade reserves and league teams struggled to match it with a strong Scarborough outfit.

The reserves went down 4.3 (27) to 15.11 (101) while the league team lost 21.12 (138) to 5.8 (38).

Special mentions to Morgan O’Rourke (reserves) and Daniel Brescacin (league), who were awarded best on ground for their respective teams.

At Ray Owen Reserve the E1s were also outgunned by the Eagles 5.4 (34) to 10.12 (72).

This weekend the E1s travel to a winless East Fremantle while the A-grade teams play host to University Football Club.

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