UHS-VU vs Yarra Valley Round 2 2018

Round 2 Wrap Up


Our thirds started the day off without their fearless leader in Tommy Gibbs (absent on a business trip to Japan), meaning senior coach Brendan Payne and captain CJ Brassington took the board. Our boys fought hard all morning in blustery conditions against a formidable Kew outfit unable to keep the 4 points at Brens despite the efforts of 100 gamer Brenton Cross and the return of cult hero Michael “the diff” Blandthorn. Final scores read

UHS-VU 3.5.23
Kew 8.8.56


Wookie’s men ran over a determined Yarra Valley to earn a valuable win in awful conditions. They were trailing by 3 goals at 1/4 time, but then proceeded to click into gear and finished the game as 10 point winners. The likes of Chris Berogna, Lachie Allen and veteran Tom Woodlock were excellent in Uni High’s victory, paying the respect their 2017 premiership flag deserved on its unfurling.

UHS VU 4.12.36
Yarra Old Grammarians 4.2.26


The weather continued to be unforgiving as the seniors ran out with their 2017 premiership flag flying only to be jumped by 2 goals at the first break, despite dominating possession for the quarter. As the game progressed the rain eased and the seniors put the foot down to come out on top as 6 goal victors against a gallant Yarra Valley outfit.
James Healey was relentless with his efforts and came away with the best on ground honours for Uni High.

UHS VU 13.15.93
Yarra Old Grammarians 8.6.54


Our girls were on the hunt for their first win of the season at home against St. Bedes in front of a bumper crowd full of the Uni High faithful. 2 points separated the two at the main break setting up the game for a tight finish. Maddi Hince and Abbey Mills hit the scoreboard to give Uni the edge going into the final term. Sarah Noonan, Ella Ingram and Maddi Hince were everywhere and refused to leave the ground without a win, despite the late attempts from St. Bedes.
UHSW finished with a 1 goal victory. Coaches Peter and Wally Michetti very pleased with their team’s work rate and determination for the first of many wins to come.

UHSW 2.5.17
St. Bedes/Mentone 1.5.11