Panthers Take Colts Premiership

Carey Park have gone back to back in the Apprentice & Traineeship Colts Competition with a convincing win over Bunbury on Sunday morning in the Grand Final, winning by 62 points.

The final margin is the biggest in a Colts Grand Final, with the Panthers dominating the match which featured 13 goals scorers.  Carey Park kept Bunbury goal-less until the five minute mark of the third quarter as Bunbury staged a mini comeback, kicking two consecutive goals before Carey Park found another gear, kicking seven goals in the last quarter.

Cameron Baker kicked four goals for the victors, but it would be Chayse Martinson who dominated the match to win the prestigious Lynn Medal.

MATCH CENTRE

Chayse Martinson receiving the Lynn Medal from Kevin Lynn for the best player on the ground.

Carey Park  2.3.15  4.5.29  9.7.61  16.9.105
Bunbury  0.2.2  0.4.4  3.5.23  6.7.43

Goals:  Carey Park – Cameron Baker 4, Te-sean Hart 2, Kye Axell 1, Jai Cahill 1, Jayden Collard 1, Jack DiLallo 1, Jude Harrop 1, Luke Hutchinson 1, Harry Jones 1, Harry Jones 1, Brady Lenaghan 1, Chayse Martinson 1, Manasseh Milham 1.   Bunbury – Zeke Walker 3, Fraser Gilchrist 1, Jett Woods 1, Peter Woods 1.
Best:  Carey ParkChayse Martinson, Jayden Collard, John Schilling, Reece Payne, Te-sean Hart, Cameron Baker.  Bunbury – Mike Kavanagh, Trae Field, Deakin du Boulay, Millar Newport, Peter Woods, Zeke Walker
Ground:  Hands Oval
Umpires:  Vance Burton, Braden Surrall, Henry King.  Emergency:  Daniel Ebert
Lynn Medal:  Chayse Martinson (Carey Park)
Reports:  Nil
Crowd:  2000 approx

Photo courtesy of Wayne Hislop