Point Cook Centrals start with a win

Point Cook player Jaime Nankiville.
Point Cook's Jaime Nankiville. Photo by Damjan Janevski.

By Lance Jenkinson

Point Cook Centrals has opened its Western Region Football League senior women’s campaign with a 32-point win over Yarraville Seddon on the road at the Yarraville Oval on Saturday.

The Sharks were consistent across the four quarters, keeping the Eagles at an arm’s length all game for a 5.1 (31)-9.9 (63) win.

Jamie Nankiville played a starring role for the Sharks with four goals.

Jenna-Bree Andrusiak, Ebony Watkins and Brianna Yelland were named among the best for the Sharks.

Werribee Centrals also made a winning start to the season.

Point Cook Centrals player Shanna Singh.
Point Cook Centrals player Shanna Singh. Photo by Damjan Janevski.

PHOTO GALLERY: Point Cook Centrals vs Yarraville Seddon

Centrals were far too strong for North Sunshine at Dempster Park, running out 58-point victors.

Chloe Musgrove capped a best-afield display for Centrals with four goals, while Stacey Kaa chipped in with three.

Manor Lakes kicked off its premiership defence with a 58-point win over Wyndhamvale.

Point Cook was no match for last year’s finalist Caroline Springs.

Tarneit was edged out by Laverton by three points in a low scoring scrap that saw both sides kick two goals apiece.