Victor Harbor have jumped into top position after round six in Great Southern football

TENACIOUS: Encounter Bay young gun Oakley Johnson tackles Goolwa/Port Elliot's James Fry on Saturday.
TENACIOUS: Encounter Bay young gun Oakley Johnson tackles Goolwa/Port Elliot's James Fry on Saturday.

What a round of football. The Roosters shocked the competition by defeating Mount Compass and the loss knocked the Dogs from top spot. Victor Harbor are now the team on top after they downed Yankalilla.

Encounter Bay proved too strong for Goolwa/Port Elliot in their Indigenous round of footy, McLaren spanked Myponga/Sellicks and Willunga accounted for Langhorne Creek.

Round seven will show if Victor deserve to be on top of the ladder as they meet McLaren. The Roos are well served by Dowling, Ben Basham and Weetra , while McLaren has Wakefield kicking goals and the Mathews boys leaving all opposition in their wake.

Kiss Of Death - McLaren by 12 points.

Encounter Bay take on Myponga/Sellicks and the Bays are building. Great to see young Oakley Johnson playing good A grade football. It was only last year he won the junior colts Mail Medal. Kiss Of Death - Encounter Bay by 58 points.

Mount Compass host Langhorne Creek. Sellar against Hoban. What a duel and Perrey against Copestick. The Hawk defence will struggle to contain Pinyon and Ziggy Vitkunas. Kiss Of Death - Mount Compass by 16 points.

Yankalilla need to bounce back, as they take on the giant killing Roosters. Great to see Tom McNamara hitting form and Marc Elliott among the goals for Strath. The Tigers need Jono Lee back in the team to give Gotch first use of the ball. Kiss Of Death - Strathalbyn by 3 points.

Willunga meet Goolwa/Port Elliot and the Demons are firing. They will be too big for the Magpie youngsters and Miegel is outstanding around the ground and goals. Kiss Of Death - Willunga by 49 points.

The 2019 Great Southern Association training squad has been chosen to play the Southern Football League on June 8.

Encounter Bay: Tyson Davis-Neale, Callum Tonkin, Hamish Tonkin, Tarik Illingworth, Gary Karpany, Pat Barrett, Jack Crispin, Daniel Toole. Goolwa/Port Elliot: Todd Marsh, Daniel Fry, James Fry. Langhorne Creek: Tom Derham, Curtis Perrey, Matt Dominish, Mitch Cleggett, Troy Blackwell, Jarrod Kellock, James Sellar, Angus Lally.

McLaren: Brett Ellis, Max Wakefield, Jess Watchman, Codey Ellison, Sam Lawrie, Daniel Marr, Ash Goodieson, Kiefver Zohar, James Mathews, Lachlan Mathews. Mount Compass: Tom Pinyon, Peter Hoban, Ziggy Vitkunas, Jordon Boots, Adam Hunter, Steve Copetstick, Shane Heatley, Brent Creek, Tom Vitkunas, Dwayne Ruddock, Michael Corbett.

Myponga/Sellicks: Scott Ogilvie, Jake Spinks, Josh Donohue, Damien Hill, Brad Clarke, Simon Phillips, Tylor Harmon. Strathalbyn: Marc Elliott, Richard O'Grady, Todd Price, Sam Elliott, Ben Simounds, Liam Stirling, Riley Clamp. Victor Harbor: Sam Basham, Ryan Fletcher, Michael Ross, Eljay Connors, Billy Wade, Jack McKay, Ben Yeomans, Luke Davey, Zac Dowling, Lachlan Hartshorne.

Willunga: Tyson Hoffmann, Sam Alexopoulos, Brett Miegel, Billy Cook, James Collier, Sean Beath, Nick Scanlan, Matthew Ficken, Cam Hutchens, Jake Standfield. Yankalilla: Adam Braendler, Luke Durdin, Jono Lee, Jacob Laba, Xavier Gotch, Ben McConnell, Zac Edwards.

The under 15 and senior colts association squads are in full training. Coach of the under 15 team is Joel Docking and senior colts is Rick Brunton.

Special presentation at Bay

On Sunday, June 2, the Encounter Bay Football Club will have a very unique event to celebrate. In 1921, the club's very first captain was Bert Hutton. In 1926 he was awarded the equivalent of today's Mail Medal. Bert's daughter Anne Renfrey has recently come in to possession of Bert's medal from relatives in Western Australia and has decided the medal's rightful place is at the Encounter Bay Football Club.

The club will receive the medal from Anne and family on June 2. The club will hold a special afternoon tea at 2.30pm. Life Members of the Encounter Bay Football Club and any descendants of Bert's family and any other interested parties are welcome to attend to commemorate the occasion.

If you're able to attend, contact Dick Littlely on 0429 899 710 or 8554 5236. The timing of this presentation of the club's history will also coincide with the club's planned Centenary Celebrations in two years time.

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