The Gosnells Hawks Football Club league, reserves and thirds all recorded victories but the colts and metro league team were defeated in their games.
The league team made it three on the trot with a 32 point win over Willetton. Coach Corey Bertram was forced to make six changes from the previous week’s team and all new players contributed to the victory. Tim Hale, Trenanye Hodder, Billy Blanket, Hayden Yarran and Jordan Hayden all played their first league game for the Hawks. Jayden Woods won the Barratt/Hansen Anzac Medal for the best Gosnells player. Others to play well were Dmayne Brown (5 goals), Cam Hayden, Jordan Hayden and Zane Savage.
The reserve team also won its third game with a convincing 61 point win over Willetton and the thirds defeated Piara Waters by 112 points which would indicate there will be some interesting selection committee meetings in the next few weeks with so many players available.
Final scores in the reserves were Gosnells 16.8 (104) Willetton 6.7 (43). James Bubrzycki, Michael Sewell, Luke Drew and Brett Endersby all performed well for the Hawks.
Final Scores in the thirds were Gosnells 17.25 (127) Piara Waters 2.3 (15). Chris Kessell, Scott Barham, Wade Goodhew and Sam Carlino were best for Gosnells.
The colts found it difficult against a classy Willetton team. Final scores were Willetton 20.11(131) Gosnells 5.3 (33). Trenanyne Hodder,Tom Stevens, Jack Phillis and Jakob Woodhouse all played well.
The Metro League team found the highs and lows of competition sport after a convincing win last week followed with a 137 point defeat this week. Jim Davies, Bryan Lutter, Kyle Wood and Max Websdale were best for the Hawks.
This week Saturday 28 April Gosnells v Quinns District at Ridgewood Park, Merriwa. Note the change of start time for games-colts at 9.30 am, reserves 11.20 am and league 1.10 pm. The thirds take on ECU at Windermere Park, Joondalup at 2.30 pm. The metro league team play Warwick Greenwood on Sunday at Birralee Reserve Innaloo at 2.30 pm.