Saturday 8th May

• Year 8 v Willetton
It was another beautiful day for footy.
The Kats scored two goals in the opening minutes and by halfway through the first quarter this became three.
Both teams applied heavy tackling pressure resulting in the ball turning over. By halftime Kats were leading 45 to 6.
It was pleasing to see our goal kicking accuracy improving from the previous week and this reflected in the final score.
Kats 18:9:117 to  Willetton 2:0:12
• Year 9 v Applecross
A pleasing effort against strong opposition who got away to a healthy lead early.
Kats 12.11.83 to Applecross 18.13.121

Sunday 9th May

• Year 4 Jaguars v Willetton
Our first half started hot, but again our second half didn’t quite match the legs of Willetton. Bring on next week, we are getting fitter every week.
Player of the day as voted by our executive  team was…….Alex  (awesome game Gatti 👍)
Many thanks to the club for providing the gorgeous biscuits for our Mums of the team. They were well appreciated 💕❣️
Here is a photo of Team Captain for the week – Jack with a surprise for his Mum
• Year 4 Panthers v Rossmoyne

The Year 4 Winnacott Panthers helped their Mums celebrate Mother’s Day this weekend with a mid-morning game at Shelley Reserve against a very strong Rossmoyne line up.  After a bit of a slow start the Panthers started to string together some great plays which resulted in some fantastic team goals.

Deklen Ivey made his first appearance for the Panthers this weekend and immediately stepped up to win this weeks’ Player of the Day for his effort in contesting for the ball.  Deklen served as a great example for the rest of the team and demonstrated that effort = reward.

Jamahl Fitzgerald chipped in with another couple of goals this week and once again, Archie Pike was our tackle monster for the day after laying the most Panther tackles.

• Year 9/10 Girls v Roleystone

First quarter saw Roleystone winning the ball from centre and scoring at will .
After quarter time the Winnacott girls regrouped and started to win some of the centre clearances and were much more competitive around the ground and really fought the game out .
Well done girls.

• Year 11/12 v Applecross

Applecross were quick to make an impact on the game, leaving the Kats in unfamiliar territory and scoreless in the first quarter.

The second quarter saw the Kats record 2 goals 3 on the scoreboard.

Down by 18 points at the last break the game was not out of reach.

A final quarter effort of out scoring and keeping Applecross goalless was not quite enough, with Applecross winning by 14 points

Kats 5.3.38 to Applecross 6.14.50

Goal kickers for the Kats were Riley (2), Oscar (1), Ben (1) and Ashton (1).