Reserves: Jerilderie 6.1 (37) def. by Mathoura 7.6 (48).
The Demons started strongly with Greg Lawton, Lachie Watson and Luke Keating better players for the Demons.
Jack Anthony provided plenty of drive out of the middle, while Adam Kent and Ben Nash both played well for their first game this season.
Cameron Arnold and Troy Mauger played their usual hard at the ball game, while Tom Murphy and Cadman Ham tried hard all day.
While holding a narrow lead at three quarter time, the boys simply ran out of legs kicking into the wind in the last quarter and the Timbercutters ran away with a 12 point win.
Goals: G Lawton 3, L Keating, J Hawkins, N Beasley. Best: L Watson, C Arnold, L Keating, T Mauger, G Lawton, J Anthony.
Under 17s: Jerilderie 27.19 (181) def. Mathoura no score.
Jerilderie were able to control the game early with onballers Ben Neessen and Glen DiLullo feeding the ball forward.
The forwards made the most of the good delivery into the forward line with Jordy Anthony kicking 10 goals and Tyson Conn kicking four.
At the other end of the ground Sam Owen had a best on ground game, while Zac Barlow and Fraser Pinnuck gave few opportunities for the Timbercutters.
Overall, Jerilderie played with great teamwork and had a tremendous win.
Goals: J Anthony 10, T Conn 4, L Fitzgerald 3, J Rochford 2, M A’Vard 2, N Fitzgerald 2, B Beasley, J Hatty, R Belling, S Owen. Best: S Owen, B Neessen, Z Barlow, F Pinnuck, G DiLullo, A Neessen.
Under 14s: Jerilderie 7.13 (55) def. Mathoura 4.3 (27).
It was a good start for the young Demons in difficult conditions with a strong cross wind.
Justin Lawton was on fire on the wing, picking up plenty of possessions, while Zander Nash was also dangerous around the ground.
It was a good second quarter for Jerilderie, adding three goals to their total.
Oliver Knight provided a focal point up forward and found his range kicking two goals.
The young Timbercutters regrouped after half time and lifted their work rate to reduce the deficit.
Lachie Wells played well, having a purple patch picking up five kicks in five minutes and Ben Anthony was working well off the half back line.
The Demons had a fantastic start to the last quarter with Alex A’Vard snapping an early goal.
Nicola DiLullo played her role well up forward resulting in a goal, while Travis Lawton also played well and hit on the scoreboard with a goal.
The Demons held the Timbercutters scoreless in the last quarter and kept their final hopes alive with a 28 point win.
Goals: O Knight 2, A A’Vard 2, J Lawton, T Lawton, N DiLullo. Best: J Lawton, Z Nash, T Lawton, B Anthony, N DiLullo, O Knight.