Local League Lions

Plenty of Lions looked to prove their worth at local level again over the weekend.


Ben Overman returned from illness for St.Bernards as they suffered a tough 58-point loss at home to Old Scotch.

Josh Watson played for Collegians as they went down by 38 points to Old Xaverians at Toorak Park.

Jono Marsh and Tom Jepson were both named amongst Old Carey’s best as they suffered another loss, this time to De La Salle at Waverley Oval. Dylan Thomas also featured for the Panthers.

Macgregor Cameron returned from illness to be one of Monash Blues’ best players in a three-goal win over Parkdale.


Ben Reddick fronted up again for Strathmore in what was his second game back from an ACL injury, this time in the seniors and played through the midfield as they went down away to Pascoe Vale.

Bailey Ryan returned to his goalkicking best, kicking six goals as Hillside had an easy 33-point victory over Craigieburn.

Northern FL

Nathan Howard continued his improvement with a best on ground display in Bundoora’s big win over Whittlesea at Yulong Reserve.

Eastern FL

Liam Whelan again represented East Ringwood as they lost to Mooroolbark by two goals at Heights Reserve.

Bendigo FL

Josh Kemp again was named in the best and kicked two goals and seven behinds, as Gisborne got up in an upset win away to Strathfieldaye.


Riley Mason again played on the wing for Seymour as they went down to Echuca at home by 36 points.

With a Lions bye this weekend we can expect a few more Lions to front up at local level, stay tuned this time next week to see how they went.