Australian rules football: 2010 Gippsland Football League round 10 - Leongatha v Wonthaggi

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Sunday, June 20, 2010


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Leongatha got some measure of revenge against Wonthaggi defeating them by 95 points in their round ten Gippsland Football League clash at the Leongatha Recreation Reserve. In their round one game, Wonthaggi won by one point at the Wonthaggi Recreation Reserve.

The Gippsland Football League is the only major Australian rules football competition in the Gippsland region according to the Victorian Country Football League.

At the league's annual general meeting in December, it changed its name from the West Gippsland Latrobe Football League. At the same meeting, Wonthaggi joined the GL after dominating the Alberton Football League during the past decade. The Power made five consecutive Alberton Grand Finals winning three, losing only to Yarram (2007) and Stony Creek (2009).

Wonthaggi Power Football Club is a result of a merger between Wonthaggi Blues, a former Gippsland FL team, and Wonthaggi Rovers, an Alberton FL team. In February, the Gippsland Football League announced that Wonthaggi would be changing their uniforms, because their original one was similar to that of Warragul.

In their round one game, Wonthaggi won by one point at the Wonthaggi Recreation Reserve.

Around the grounds, Traralgon defeated Moe by 35 points, Maffra defeated Drouin by 37 points and Morwell defeated Warragul 35 points. Sale had the bye.

Scores are quoted as goals-behinds (total). Goals are worth six points, behinds one.

June 19, 2010
Leongatha Parrots 19-16 (130)
Wonthaggi Power 5-5 (35)
Recreation Reserve
Leongatha, Victoria
Australia

Leongatha's nineteen goals came through ten individual goal kickers while Wonthaggis five goals were kicked by three kickers.

Leongatha's Dwayne Holt kicked more than Wonthaggi's total score with seven goals. Nicholas Nagel (three goals), Tom Marriot (two goals), Hayden Browne, Sam Sperling, Jake Mackie, Ben Geitz, Dylan Westaway, Todd Mackie and Jason Casey were the other goal kickers for the hosts.

Pauls Brosnan and Phillip Young were the multiple goal kickers for Wonthaggi with Rod Tack adding the fifth.


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