Mens Geelong District Pennant

Mens Geelong District – Rd 7

The Last round of Mens Geelong District Pennant and Colac finished off the season well with two wins.  In Division Three, Colac still had the chance to make the final and with a 5/2 win over Barwon Heads at the Sands had to rely on other matches to see if they made it.  They fell just short with East Geelong securing a place in the final with a 4/3 win over Clifton Springs.  In Division Four, Colac recorded their best win of the season in defeating ladder leaders Winchelsea 4 matches to 3 at Torquay. They finished the season in fourth position and with them fielding an inexperienced team for the year have a solid foundation to build on for next year.  The handicap division had finished for the year and only managed to win 1/2 match for the whole year.  For Full results and ladder position click Rd 7

Mens Geelong District Pennant – Rd 4

Colac was back in the winners circle with Division Four having a comprehensive win over Torquay six matches to one. With Division Three hosting, a couple of the Division Three players filled in and all won their matches bar Julian Welsh.  The win places them in 3rd position with 3 three rounds to go.  In the handicap Division, the team travelled to Beeac to take on Ocean Grove, where they went down in a close contest three games to two.  They have the bye this week and will be looking to get off the bottom of the ladder in the final 2 rounds. Division Three travel to Barwon Heads and hope to cause an upset when they take on the undefeated team The Sands.  For a list of results please click Rd 4

 

Mens Geelong District Pennant – Rd 3

Two out of the Three Colac Pennant Teams contested on the weekend with Division Four hosting their Division at Colac.  Division Three travelled to Ocean Grove to play against East Geelong.  The team again lost by the smallest of margins, losing four matches to three, with several of the losing matches going to the 17th or 18th.  In the Handicap Division, the team with several debutants made the trip to St Leonards to play against Bannockburn. The team fought hard but lost 3.5 matches to 1.5 matches.  For the results of all matches, please click Rd 3

Mens Geelong District Pennant – Rd 2

There was not a whole lot to cheer about in the second round of Geelong District Pennant with all three Colac teams defeated. In Division Three, Colac narrowly lost to Portarlington 4 matches to 3.  With Rhys Tillack & Matt O’Dowd unavailable, Josh Murfitt & David Spence moved up from Division Four and with two halves were unlucky to be beaten.  The team still is in second place with five four rounds to go. In Division Four, with several regulars missing were outplayed by the Geelong team to lose all seven matches.  In the Handicap Division, Colac is playing in the Green Section and came up against Beeac.  It was a closely fought battle with many matches going to the 18th, but in the end Colac only won one game to lose 4 matches to 1. For the results of all matches please click Rd 2

Mens Geelong District Pennant – Rd 1

Colac is off to a winning start in the 2016 Pennant Season with Divisions Three & Four recording strong wins in their opening matches.  In Division Three, Colac travelled to Portarlington to play Clifton Springs and emerged with a 4/3 Victory, with Club Champion Greg Welsh, veteran Darren Cook and young stars Tyson Finn & Rhys Tillack emerging victorious.  Jye Tillack, Andrew Parker and Matt O’Dowd fought hard but couldn’t get over the line

 

Colac Defeated Clifton Springs 4 / 3
1 Greg Welsh Defeated Warren Binder 7/6
2 Andrew Parker Lost to Mark Bennett 5/4
3 Jye Tillack (c) Lost to Leigh Datson 4/3
4 Darren Cook Defeated Gary Trewin 2 Up
5 Tyson Finn Defeated Anthony Cummings 1 Up
6 Rhys Tillack Defeated Jordan Kelly 6/5
7 Matt O’Dowd Lost to Mark Manson (c) 5/4

In Division Four, the team travelled to Queensliff and came away with a 4.5 to 2.5 victory over the Sands.  There were three debutants in the team in Jarrod Owen, Phil McCarthy and Nick Black, with Jarrod the only one out of the three winning his first pennant match.  Regular Pennant players Dacid Walker, Josh Murfitt and Julian Welsh showed their experience in winning all their matches with Andrew Hood fighting hard for a halved match

Colac Defeated The Sands 4.5 / 2.5
1 David Walker Defeated Luke Muller 1 Up
2 Josh Murfitt Defeated Liam Buchanan 2 Up
3 Andrew Hood Halved with John McKoy Square
4 Julian Welsh Defeated Adam Cant 4/3
5 Jarrod Owen Defeated Dean Smith 1 Up
6 Phil McCarthy Lost to Travis Agg 1 Down
7 Nick Black Lost to Gavin Saunders 6/5

Geelong District Pennant will commence on Sunday 20th March with Colac entering teams in Division Three, Four & Six.  The division Three team will be looking to make up for last seasons disappointing finish and with a strong team entered and all players in good form it is shaping up to be a winning 2016.  In Division Four, there has been an injection of new blood with several younger players lowering their handicaps over the past few months and with a mix of experienced players will be looking to bring home the Flag.  In division six, there are two divisions, with Colac placed in the Green Section.  As there is only 5 teams in each section, they will only be playing five weeks with the season commencing on Sunday 3rd April.

Geelong District Senior Pennant Draw