Football: Kalamunda finishes with some good wins despite shocking weather


Andrew Mann addresses the thirds team at quarter-time.
Andrew Mann addresses the thirds team at quarter-time.

IN shocking conditions on Saturday, the A grade teams welcomed Hamersley Carine and came away with some good wins.

The colts got the best of the weather and of their opponents, enjoying a 105-point win. Dylan Huntley was outstanding in his first game back from injury, with Justin van Nieuwburg also good.

The reserves won a match cut short by a downpour of hail, before the league team recorded a disappointing draw. Fullback Jarrod Brunskill was in fine form again, with midfielder Matthew Outridge again brilliant.

The D2 reserves got a football lesson from an undefeated Wembley team, losing by 110 points, despite the efforts of Matt Batsioudis and Jamie Whalley, who tried hard all day for the Cougars.

Daniel Henderson and Ben Bowness then led the D2 league team from the front and got some redemption for Kalamunda though, in a 12 goal-domination of Wembley.