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AFL Canberra: Around the Grounds (W1)

SECOND GRADE:

Eastlake 14.12.96 defeated Gungahlin 5.10.40
A dominant second half from Eastlake laid the platform for a resounding win over the Gungahlin Jets. The Demons now sit on top of the table off the back of four goals from Ben Ayre.

Ainslie 13.15.93 defeated Queanbeyan 6.5.41
The Tricolours got their season off to a flyer away from home with Matthew Sheldon taking Best on Ground honours with three goals.

Tuggeranong 12.12.84 defeated Belconnen 11.6.72
Tuggeranong held off a late fightback from the Magpies to take the points in the most hotly contested game of the week in Second Grade.

RISING STARS:

Ainslie 5.11.41 defeated Queanbeyan 4.5.29
Ainslie got the better of the Tigers in the 2014 Grand Final rematch in a low-scoring affair. Jordan Hedington’s two goals for the Tricolours were enough to separate the sides.

Belconnen 12.5.77 defeated Tuggeranong 8.10.58
Six goals off the boot of Joseph Kerrin were enough to ensure the home side emerged victorious in their first hit out for the season.

Eastlake 13.7.85 defeated Marist College 8.6.54
It is the Demons that sit on top of the ladder following Round 1 after Jack Connoley took out the award for Best on Ground.

THIRD GRADE:

ANU 8.9.57 defeated Woden 8.7.55
ANU continued their undefeated start to the season, edging out Woden after Ryan Forsyth kicked three crucial goals to claim Best on Ground for the victors.

Molonglo 12.13.85 defeated UC 9.11.65
The Molonglo Juggernauts got off the mark for 2015 with a brilliant performance from Andy Matthew laying the foundations for a win over the Magpies.

ADFA/RMC 11.8.74 defeated Batemans Bay 10.6.66
Trailing at every break, the Rams just snuck over the line in the final quarter against the Seahawks to hold on to third position on the table.

FOURTH GRADE:

ANU 20.14.134 defeated Woden 3.6.24
ANU took control early and never let up, piling on the points for their second win of the year as they clinched second spot on the ladder.

UC 11.16.82 defeated Molonglo 4.4.28
Four goals from UC’s Glenn Horsburgh set the tone for the Magpies’ second victory for 2015 against a valiant Molonglo side.

Harman 16.20.116 defeated ADFA/RMC 5.6.36
Harman continued their early season dominance with a third consecutive win putting them four points clear on top of the table.

REGIONAL GRADE:

Yass defeated Cooma via forfeit

Cootamundra 17.6.108 defeated Tuggeranong 10.8.68
The Blues overcame a slow start to topple the Hawks, with a classy second half enough to move the side to equal second on the table.

Goulburn 13.6.84 defeated Ainslie 6.8.44
Five goals to Heath Russell was enough to push the Swans clear at the top of the ladder, with Ainslie now finding themselves outside of the top four.

WOMEN’S GRADE:

ANU 5.4.34 defeated Molonglo 1.4.10
It was ANU that took the points on a day that was about so much more. Molonglo welcomed back Anna Carrick for her first game in two years after recovering from brain surgery. Congratulations and welcome back, Anna!

Gungahlin 2.5.17 defeated Eastlake 1.2.8
With just a point separating the sides going in to the final stanza, it was Gungahlin that managed to nail a late goal to kick their season off with a win.

Belconnen 14.11.95 defeated Queanbeyan 3.1.19
Belconnen have raised the bar in the opening round, knocking over the Division 2 premiers in emphatic fashion with Steph Waite leading the way.

Tuggeranong 21.5.131 defeated ADFA/RMC 0.0.0
The Hawks have again set the standard for the competition, with the 2014 premiers putting on a flawless display on the back of super boot Kathryn Ghirardello’s eight goals.

Riverina 6.9.45 defeated Ainslie 1.3.9
The Lions again showed that they are a force to be reckoned with in 2015. A sixteen point lead going in to the first break proved too much to overcome.

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