Cats beat Tigers

Hamish Govan. (Ljubica Vrankovic)

Macedon got its biggest win of the Riddell District Football League season so far, beating Kyneton on Saturday.

The Cats had been building to knock off one of the sides above them on the ladder and they were able to do that against the Tigers.

Neither team kicked a goal in the first quarter, before five goals to one in the second quarter gave the Cats a 21 point lead at half time.

The Tigers were able to trim the margin to 16 points heading into the final quarter. The Cats were able to maintain their lead in the final quarter, winning 8.6 (54)-5.9 (39).

Jason Cooke kicked three goals for the Cats, with Matthew Dick and Lachlan Hay named their best.

For the Tigers, Brady Muir kicked two goals. Ethan Turner and Caleb Fisher were named their best.

The Cats are now up to sixth with the win, only percentage behind Kyneton.

Romsey celebrated its 150th milestone in style against Lancefield.

The Redbacks, who wore special uniforms for the occasion, led throughout the contest.

They were able to build each quarter, coming away with a 14.11 (95)-2.10 (22) win.

Jack Jedwab kicked three goals for the Redbacks as four other players kicked two goals each.

Corey Pertzel was named best on ground.

For Lancefield, Rhys Barber and Riley O’Meara were named their best.

Riddell remains undefeated after a big win against Melton Centrals.

The Bombers were able to build the lead throughout the match, coming away with a 14.15 (99)-5.7 (37) win.

Jacob Chahine kicked four goals in a best on ground performance for the Bombers.

In the other match, Woodend-Hesket were well beaten by Wallan.

The Magpies kicked away early and were able to build on the lead in every break, winning 169 (105)-6.11 (47).

Riley Ferguson and Jack Duggan were named the Hawks best.

Diggers Rest had the bye.