Around the grounds in Wyndham



Hoppers Crossing’s good form continued in FV state league 2 north-west on Saturday against Hume United. Hume opened the scoring in the 11th minute, before the Reds levelled the scores not long afterwards. The Reds would get a second in the 78th minute, which would be enough to get the 2-1 win. In state league 3 north-west, Point Cook lost to Sunbury United 2-0 on Friday night. In state league 4 west, Truganina Hornets had a draw with Westside Strikers, while in state league 5 west, West Point had a big win, while Wyndham had a draw.


The tough start to the season for the Westbourne Grammarians continued on Saturday in the Victorian Amateur Football League division 3. Facing Emmaus St Leos, the Grammarians found themselves down by 36 points at the first break. It was a sign of things to come, with the Grammarians losing 24.23 (167)-5.10 (40). Jordan Doyle kicked three goals in the loss. For a second straight week, Benjamin Hodge was named their best. The Grammarians sit bottom without a win after four matches.


It was a tough day out for Werribee in the Hockey Victoria men’s Vic League 1 competition on Saturday. Travelling across to Casey, the Tigers lost 5-1. The side has two wins for the season so far. The women’s side was due to play on Sunday.


The City West Falcons had their best win of the Victorian Netball League season, beating Melbourne University on Wednesday night. Looking for a third win in a row, the Falcons knew they would be in for a test against an experienced Melbourne University side. A period late in the third quarter would be the difference with the Falcons winning, 56-52. Falcons coach Marg Lind said it was a pretty good win. “They have a pretty physical outfit,” she said.

“To starve off the physicality and the experience was the most important thing for us.”