Carey Park Colts Win Thriller

Carey Park have advanced to the Second Semi Final in the Colts Competition, after one on the games of the season on Sunday morning, at PC Payne Park before a big crowd.

Carey Park won by three points in a match with multiple lead changes, with scores level several times, including at three quarter time.

The Panthers started the better kicking to the Northern End, kicking three goals to one, leading by 13 points at the first break, but Bunbury

Carey Park Panthers

fought back in the second quarter, reducing the deficit to a point at half time.  A pulsating third quarter, saw two of the best goals of the season, and with the crowd right into the match, a fantastic finish was in store, with scores locked together at the final change.  Scores were level twice more in the final stanza, which also included three lead changes, with the Park getting home by three points.

Jai Cahill kicked three goals for the victors, with Max Sarre, Lachlan Emmott and Bryce Fiorentino getting plenty of the football, while Fraser Gilchrist played a great game for Bunbury, kicking four goals.

Carey Park will now face Busselton in the Second Semi Final, having beaten the Magpies a month ago at Busselton.  Bunbury will face Augusta Margaret River in the First Semi Final, with both venues yet to be decided.

MATCH CENTRE

Carey Park  3.2-20  5.4-34  7.6-48  9.10-64
Bunbury  1.1-7  5.3-33  7.6-48  9.7-61

Goals:  Carey Park – Jai Cahill 3, Brady Lenaghan 2, Lachlan Emmott 2, Bryce Fiorentino, Ryan Jacobs.  Bunbury – Fraser Gilchrist 4, Mackenna Taylor 2, Jett Woods, Baiden Parsons, Ryan Van Der Wielen
Best: Carey Park – Max Sarre, Kallum Beauclarke, Jai Cahill, Bryce Fiorentino, Lachlan Emmott, Jude Harrop.  Bunbury – Liam O’Connell, Fraser Gilchrist, Jett Woods, Michael Kavanagh, Jaxen Piccoli, Alby Kongras
Ground: PC Payne Park
Umpires: Scott Buchanan, Henry King, Daniel Ebert
Reports: Nil
Crowd: 1000 Approx