Mounties remain unbeaten with fourth consecutive win

Mounties sit at the top of the Ararat and District Junior Football Association ladder.
Mounties sit at the top of the Ararat and District Junior Football Association ladder.

The Mounties have extended their winning streak to four games after a big win against the Bombers in the Ararat and District Junior Football Association on Friday night.

Thomas Cousins and Sarah Ralph starred for the winning team with three goals each in the 14.16.100 to 0 win in the first match of the night.

Jackson Harris and Jed Moncrieff were among the best players for the Bombers who have won one game so far this season.

The win leaves the Mounties clear at the top of the ladder, as the only team yet to lose a game from its four matches this year.

In the second match of the night, it was the Warriors that got the win against the Rovers.

The Warriors jumped out to a five goals to one lead at the first break which put the Rovers on the back foot.

The lead grew as the game went on with the Warriors finishing comfortable 12.10.82 to 5.4.34 winners to finish with the four points.

Kade Bohner was the leading goalkicker with four for the Warriors in his team’s first win of the season.

The result means every team has won at least one game in the first four rounds, showing the evenness of the competition.

The Mounties have a two-game buffer at the top of the ladder ahead of Rovers in second place with eight points.

The Warriors and Bombers round out the bottom places, but both still remain in striking distance with four points each.

Bohner’s four goal haul puts him at the top of the goalkicking with 10 for the season.