Football: Kalamunda Cougars colts go about winning ways

Football: Kalamunda Cougars colts go about winning ways

KICKING off Round 8 at Ray Owen Reserve on a wet and windy Saturday the Kalamunda Football Club colts kept up their winning ways.

It was a dominant performance from start to finish against Trinity Aquinas, with the colts winning 8.8 (56) to 2.4 (16).

Cody Christensen was named best on ground and Nathan Lovell was superb down back.

Reserves were under manned again this week and the final score was a reflection going down 13.11 (89) to 4.2 (26).

With a bye this coming weekend, they hope to get a few players back from injury.

Kris Walling and Morgan O’Rourke were the best players for the Cougars.

The league team finished the day off at Ray Owen with a much improved performance against their fourth-placed opponents.

Trinity with several ex-AFL and WAFL players were the more experienced team but the Cougars kept with them for the majority of the game, eventually losing by six goals to end on 13.9 (87) to 7.8 (50).

Justin Van was judged best on ground and Peter Kerslake was dominant in the ruck.

The E1s travelled to William Skeet Oval to take on Forrestdale, having to bring a few veterans into the team and surprised themselves when they beat the fifth placed team.

In a back and forth game the Cougars hit the lead with a couple minutes left and held on 7.8 (50) to 7.6 (48).

Rohan Farrow and Tom Hodgkin were the best players for the thirds.

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