Sport

Rennie football

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May 24, 2017

Craig Ednie was good for the Hoppers before suffering an injury late in the match.

Reserves

It was a close game all day between Rennie and Tungamah except for 5 minutes in the third term when the Bears kicked 4 goals to grab a match winning break.
Early it was a mixture of young and old as Dykes turned the clock back showed poise, Tom Ryan was classy in the forward line and Wallace continued to be in Brownlow form in the ruck.
As the game progressed, Westwood at half back and Smith showed their nous and experience. O’Rae hit form and Pell showed great intent.
Tungamah won by 22 with Ryan kicking 3.  
Awards: Bi Rite Electrical - Tim Dykes, Yarrawonga Hotel - Tom Ryan, ClubMulwala - Mark Wallace, Yarrawonga Mulwala Golf Resort - Karl Westwood, Cellarbrations Yarrawonga - Adrian Smith.

Under 17s

Great win by the Hoppers getting up by 18 points against Tungamah.
The win was set up by a dominant defence led by Alex Park, Trav Wallace on his wing and Kennedy in the pivot.
Rennie broke the game open in the back half of term 3 with Beavis and McCabe kicking 2 each to take the lead out to 6 goals at the last break.
Tungamah pressed late but Brock Conway, Hugh Fisher and Sam Thomas all contributed strongly.
Awards: Murray Valley Rural Supplies - Alex Park, Intersport Wingates - Jack Kennedy, AXT Plumbing - Dylan Beavis, Redback Waste - Brock McCabe, Arnold Hall Family - Brock Conway, Judds Yarrawonga - Travis Wallace.            

Under 14s

Still undefeated, the smallest Hoppers played their best footy of the season to dominate Tungamah in term 1 kicking 4 unanswered goals.
It was an all-round effort lead by the midfield of Hoskings and Josh McInness, supported by Matt Nieuwenhout playing to his coach’s instructions, Sammy Bigger and Shaw who were creative and Ethan Stephens who gave a contest at half forward all game.
A margin of 27 in what was a tight game of footy after quarter time.
Awards: I & P Ferguson - Daniel Hoskings, Kennedy Builders - Josh McInness, STF Engineering - Ben Coghill, Murray Valley Electrical - James Shaw, Belmores Accounting - Ethan Stephens, Rennie Catering Committee - Sammy Bigger, Lake Mulwala Bakery - Matt Nieuwenhout.            
Rennis heads off to Katunga this week with big games for all four teams then look forward to seeing everyone in their finery at ClubMulwala for the Rennie Ball.
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