Plenty of Lions continued to put their name in the frame for senior selection.
Ben Overman again stood tall for St. Bernards, however they were too inaccurate as they went down again at home to Caulfield Grammarians by 32 points. So far this season Overman has been named in the best players four times from six games.
Ben Jepson again played for Old Carey in their loss at home to De La Salle at Waverley Oval.
Tye Browning again made an appearance for Aberfeldie in its big win over Craigieburn at Clifton Park. Browning was coming up against his former club for the first time where he was a 2019 Premiership player.
Jackson McDonald was named Glenroy’s best player, however they came up short against Dinny Cleary and Avondale Heights at the Canning Street Reserve.
Ben Reddick managed a goal in Strathmore’s 31-point win away to Greenvale.
Sam Binion was again named amongst Montmorency’s best in a home win over Heidelberg by 13-points. Binion has been named in the teams best in five times from six games so far this season.
Jackson Davies returned to Bundoora and was named as their best player in a narrow loss to North Heidelberg by four points at Shelly Park. Davies was supported by Bailey Thompson who was also named in the best, while Nathan Howard continued his improvement in the ruck.
Jhye Baddeley-Kelly continues his strong form, being named best on ground for Epping in a 51-point loss to Thomastown at Main Street Reserve.
Nelson Lane appeared for Norwood in a 27-point win over Doncaster East away at the Zerbes Reserve.
In Division One, Liam Whelan made his return from injury in East Ringwoods 11 point win away to Mitcham at Walker Park
Josh Guthrie played for Sunbury in a 46-point loss at home to North Ballarat City.
Stay tuned for next weeks edition.