Cobras win, Devils lose


Bacchus Marsh further cemented its spot in the Ballarat Football League women’s top four, while Darley fell short in the top of the table clash.

The Cobras faced bottom side Carisbrook on Sunday afternoon and put out a dominant display.

After a slow start, the Cobras opened the game up in the second quarter to lead by 28 points at half time.

They continued to build the lead in the second half, winning 8.10 (58)-0.0 (0).

Tomeka Fowlie and Amy Garofalo kicked two goals each for the Cobras.

Jamie-Lee Speakman and Zali Spratling were named the Cobras best.

The Cobras sit in third spot percentage ahead of East Point.

Meanwhile, Redan continues to hold the advantage against Darley.

The two standout teams of the competition, the Lions have got the wins each time they’ve played.

On Sunday, the Lions jumped out of the blocks and led by 22 points at quarter time.

The margin increased to 38 points at the last break, with the Devils failing to kick a goal in the first three quarters.

After a disappointing first three quarters, the Devils finished off strongly with four last quarter goals to add some respectability to the scoreline.

Redan took the win, 7.8 (50)-4.7 (31).

The Lions now sit two games clear at the top of the ladder.

There are no games this week.

The following week Bacchus Marsh heads to Ballarat to face Redan on Saturday night, before the Devils host Lake Wendouree on Sunday.

In the men’s competition, Melton and Darley both had big wins against Redan and Lake Wendouree respectively, while Bacchus Marsh and Melton South were on the end of big losses to East Point and North Ballarat.

Melton sits top, while the Devils are fourth on the ladder.

There’s no men’s games either this week due to interleague.