Category: Game Report

Roos Wrap Round 18

With the home and away season finished up the Roos were ready for finals as they finished second on the ladder by only 1%.  There were 35 different players that helped the Roos to finish second and although there would only be 22 running out on the field this week, we would not be in… Read more »

Roos Wrap Round 17

The Roos had a great win over top team Pickering Brook last week and were ready to back it up in their last game for the home and away season taking on Swan View at Brown Park. Although the games result wouldn’t change the seatings on the ladder it was still a game the Roos… Read more »

Roos Wrap Round 16

Before we get to the weekends results the Mundaring Football Club would like to offer its condolences and support to Tristan Vance, the Parkerville Football Club and anyone else affected by the loss of a fellow hills football player last weekend. After a tough game against Mt Helena last Sunday which didn’t end with the… Read more »

Roos Wrap Round 15

This week was a big challenge for the Roos, after coming off a poor performance the week before they had a lot to make up and even more to prove.  Taking on the Mt Helena Lions at home was going to be a big task but the boys had trained well all week and were… Read more »

Roos Wrap Round 14

Coming off a comfortable win over Bully last week the Roos thought history would repeat itself when they took on the Cougars. The team only had a few changes with Jesse working away this week meant that Dev could come back in after a rest, Tonka was out ill allowing Cam to come back in… Read more »

Roos Wrap Round 13

  Coming off a bye and a successful Quiz Night the Roos travelled to Bullsbrook to take on the Saints in near perfect conditions. As we reach the pointy end of the seasons it was important the Roos continued their momentum through to the finals. A strong team was selected for Sunday’s hit out, including… Read more »

Roos Wrap Round 12

Once the game got underway the Roos struggled to be confident with their hands causing fumbles left, right and centre, allowing Gidge to kick the first. Jesse managed to keep hold of the ball and create some good opportunities for Austin and Jake to kick the two for the quarter. It wasn’t a great start for the Roos as Gidge managed to add another, the quarter finishing with Roos trailing by 2 points.The second quarter was much the same as the first, but the Roos did manage to sneak in a couple goals to Gidge’s one, 8 points the difference at the main break in a low scoring affair.