Hepburn Football Netball Club celebrated three home wins in a row for their senior football and netball sides with a family night of inflatables at the Hepburn Rec last Saturday night.
Hepburn Seniors had a big win at home over Skipton kicking 23.16-154 to 10.6-66. Sam Dunstan was held to 6 goals, his lowest total for the season. Kyle Yanner kicked 3 and the rest of the goals were shared around 8 players in an even team performance. The win puts Hepburn in third spot on the ladder half a game behind Gordon and Rokewood Corindhap.
The Burras Reserves went down 6.12-48 to 8.9-57 as did the Under 18s 6.2-38 to 19.11-125. The Under 15s had a good win kicking 10.6-66 to 4.5-29 but Skipton Under 12s were too good for Hepburn.
In A Grade netball, ladder leaders, Hepburn, defeated Skipton 66-22.The Under 17s won easily 56-13. The Under 15s went down 32-27 and the Under 13s were bested by Skipton 14-5.
Dalyesford Bulldogs had their first win of the season last weekend. The Doggies 11.13-79 were too much for Ballan who finished 5.6-36. Scott Huges kicked three goals to lead Daylesford. Shaun Clarke and Sam Winnard kicked two goals each. After a close first quarter, Daylesford pulled away kicking 3.5 in the second quarter to a single goal for Ballan. Some inaccurate kicking in the final quarter let them down but Ballan never threatened.
The seniors match was almost a reversal of the reserves match which Ballan won 10.19-79 to 7.6-48. Ben Horne kicked 3 goals and Tom Powell added 2. The Under-15s won 7.9-51 to 4.6-30 but the Under 12s lost 7.9-51 to 1.1-7. The Under 13s went down 17.4.
In B Grade netball, Daylesford had a narrow win over Ballan 35-34. Ballan Under 17s were too good for the Doggies winning 14-8 but the Under 15s won easily 23-4.
This weekend Daylesford is at home to Clunes Hepburn will travel to Bungaree.