Wickham kicks record haul of 28

NTFA DIVISION 2

TAMAR CATS 49.12 (306) d PERTH 8.1 (49)

TAMAR Cats full-forward David Wickham kicked a club record and NTFA record with a bag of 28 goals as the Cats showed no mercy to Perth with a mammoth 257-point thrashing of the Magpies at Beauty Point.

Wickham's best on ground performance was a highlight exceeding the previous club record of 26 goals kicked by Joe Duffy and 24 kicked by Stan Reid for Rocherlea back in the late 1980s.

The final score is also believed to be a club record.

The Cats dominated all over the ground with Luke Brockman, Christian Murfett, Jason Savage and Jacob Parker among their other best players.

Simon Campbell booted four goals for the winless Magpies and Sam McCullagh two as Perth's best performers.

EVANDALE 9.12 (66) d UNI-MOWBRAY 10.5 (65)

EVANDALE defeated Uni-Mowbray by a solitary point in a thriller in their game at Morven Park.

It was the country Eagles' sixth win of the season and sees them move equal with St Pats at the top of the ladder.

Thomas Chugg booted three goals for Evandale with Jackson Davey kicking two.

Seb Wolf was the Eagles' best with Mitchell Henry, coach James Conroy, Justin Hutton and Ike Sulzberger all good players.

Damon Howe and Ben Laskey kicked three goals each for Uni with Hayden Fox and Matthew Murfett their best.

OLD LAUNCESTONIANS 15.16 (106) d PROSPECT 14.14 (98)

OLD Launcestonians held on to beat Prospect by eight points in a close contest all day at Invermay Park.

The Blues led by five points at quarter time, the Hawks by a point at the main break and OLs by a point at three-quarter time and the home side finished better in the final quarter with three goals to one to grab an important win for the club.

Adam Derbyshire kicked five goals for OLs and coach Brian Finch five with Jarrah Burns best on ground.

Luke Johnston, Jarrad Walker, Sam O'Keefe and Gene Savage were other good players.

Mason Keane booted four for the Hawks and Jacob Knight and Michael Sinclair three each.

Lucas Crawford was the best player for Prospect along with Bevan Buchanan and Will Stoltenberg.

The win places OLs third on the ladder.

FINGAL VALLEY 26.17 (185) d MEANDER VALLEY 8.9 (57)

FINGAL put the drama of the week behind it and was too good for Meander Valley winning their match at Westbury by 128 points.

Gavin Love and Jonathan Smart kicked five goals each for the country Blues, Cameron Bugg four and Cameron Gard three.

Smart was best on ground with Tim Hall, Matthew Lowe, Love and Drew Bardenhagen other good players.

Will Shipp kicked six of the Suns' eight goals in a standout performance.

OLD SCOTCH 12.7 (79) d ST PATS 11.4 (70) No other details were available.

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