Cats, Tigers keep winning


Macedon and Kyneton continued their good form while Woodend-Hesket returned to the winners list in the Riddell District Football League women’s competition.

The ladder leading Cats were in action under lights on Friday night against Melton.

The Bloods entered the match of their best win of the season, having beaten Woodend-Hesket the previous week.

The Cats kicked straight in the first quarter to lead by 16 points at quarter time, with the margin staying steady in the second quarter.

After half time the Cats were able to find another level, winning 9.8 (62)-2.5 (17).

Charlotte Noonan kicked six goals for the Cats.

Scarlett Lynch and Noonan were named their best.

On Saturday, Kyneton was even more impressive in its win against the Mount Alexander Falcons.

The Tigers were able to extend the lead in every quarter to come away with a 9.6 (60)-0.1 (1) win.

Suzie Harrison and Laura Roberts kicked three goals each for the Tigers. Ainslie was named best on ground.

The Tigers remain in second spot, only percentage behind Macedon, with neither side having lost a match.

Woodend-Hesket moved into third spot with victory against Lancefield.

The Hawks led by 15 points at quarter time before the Tigers reduced the gap to just four at half time.

The Hawks did all the scoring in the second half to secure a 4.11 (35)-2.1 (13) win.

Katrina Bau and Mariam Habib were named the Hawks best, while Chloe Hodgson and Molly Heales were named the Tigers best.

The Hawks now sit above the Falcons on percentage, while the Tigers remain in sixth spot.

Romsey had a bye.

There will be no games this weekend with a competition wide bye due to the King’s Birthday long weekend.

The following round, the matches are led by Macedon hosting Kyneton in a top of the table clash.