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Jerilderie twos struggle in Blighty

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July 20, 2017

Jerilderie's Fraser Pinnuck gets away from his Blighty opponent in the reserves on Saturday.

Reserves: Jerilderie 3.2 (20) lost to Blighty 18.14 (122).

Short on numbers again, it was a tough game for the Demons.

Fergus O’Sullivan gave his all for the whole game and was Jerilderie’s best and Cameron Arnold was lively in a four quarter effort.

Thirds boys Tyson Conn and Fraser Pinnuck played well, while Tom Murphy played his usual committed and consistent game.

Cadman Ham worked overtime repelling numerous Redeye attacks and Luke Keating tried hard all day.

Thirds: Jerilderie 26.13 (169) def. Blighty 2.2 (14).

Jerilderie came out firing kicking eight goals in the first quarter.

The Demons controlled the game from the centre bounce with Glen DiLullo having a great game in the ruck.

John Lawton was dominant around the ground as was Lachie Kennett and Nick Baldwin.

Down back Fraser Pinnuck played his usual reliable game and was well supported by Zac Barlow.

Riley Belling is improving each week and Josh Ray came back strong after missing games with a broken arm.

Up forward, Tyson Conn was lively and Jordy Anthony had a good game kicking 16 goals.

Fourths: Jerilderie 1.1 (7) lost to Blighty 13.8 (86).

It was a tough day for Jerilderie with 11 players missing from the side.

Ben Anthony had a great game coming back from injury, while Cruz Nash also played well on the ball.

Brother and sister, Charlie and Lucy Simpson, tried hard all day and Brock Kocks had a great game playing in unfamiliar territory at full back.

It was also great to see two of the youngest players in Lachie Wells and Angus Moloney showing some great attack on the footy with Angus kicking his first goal for the Demons.

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