Centurions kick away

Kur Kur. (Ljubica Vrankovic) 405186_03

Werribee Centrals cemented its spot in the Geelong and District Football League top two in the first week of the split round.

Only three matches were played on Saturday, with the rest of the round to be played this week.

The Centurions faced GW Giants on Saturday at home and put out a solid four quarter performance.

The Centurions led by 10 points at quarter time and were able to slightly increase to 25 points heading into the final quarter.

It was all the Centurions in the final quarter as they kicked eight goals to one to run away with a 16.15 (111)-6.4 (40) win.

Carmelo Saliba kicked four goals for the Centurions, while Benjamin Leonard kicked three.

Kur Kur, Bradley Carlton and Jack Stephenson were named the Centurions best.

The Centurions sit in second spot with a 11-2 record and will remain in second no matter what happens in the second week of the split round.

The Centurions A-grade netballers were also able to pile on the goals against GW Giants.

Looking to bounce back after three straight losses, the Centurions jumped out of the blocks and led 19-3 at quarter time.

It set the tone for the match with the Centurions winning, 79-24.

Ashlee Brunato shot 25 goals for the Centurions as all four shooters shared the goals.

The Centurions sit in sixth spot, a game behind Anakie.

Anakie still has to play in the split round.

After the week off. the Centurions face Anakie at home.