Roos to try and stop Pyramid’s pointy end

May 12, 2022 BY

Big effort: Braidy Dickens, who kicked three majors in Pyramid Hill’s rout of MGYCW in round five, will need to be in form for the road trip to Mitiamo. Photo: FILE

MITIAMO will strive to end Pyramid Hill’s winning run in Saturday’s sixth round of senior footy in the Bendigo Bank Loddon Valley Football League.

The Bulldogs make the trek to Mitiamo’s ground at John Forbes Oval with confidence high after a 179-point thrashing of Maiden Gully YCW.

A highlight of Pyramid Hill’s big win against the Eagles was the 10-goal haul by Bailey George in a match where Sebastian Relouw, Nathan Catherwood and Billy Micevski also starred.

A talented Bulldogs’ line-up includes Braidy and Ryley Dickens, Gavin James, Brad Ladson, and Bryden and Dylan Morison.

The Bulldogs will be up against a Mitiamo line-up which has a 4-1 record after it fought from a 11-points down at the start of the final quarter on Inglewood’s ground to win 101-96.

Key players for the Marcus McKern-coached Superoos include Ross Turner, Lee Dale, Jarryd Wiegard and Carl Nicholson.

The premiership-winning experience of Luke Lougoon, Lucas Matthews, Kyle Patten and more will be a key factor in such a crucial game.

Inglewood is back on home turf at Dissy Machinery Oval to take on Marong.

The Blues have shown they are a team to be reckoned with and have Bregon Cotchett, Charlie Ingham, Nathan Angelino, Cody Stobaus and Charlie McGaw in great form.

It’s a massive test for the Blues defence trying to hold Brandyn Grenfell who kicked 11 goals in the Panthers’ big win at Newbridge.

Calivil United shocked Bridgewater and will now chase consecutive wins when it tackles Maiden Gully YCW at Calivil.

The Demons best in a massive upset at Bridgewater were Phil Ryan, Jack Burns and coach Jack Daley as the classy Jacob Greenwood kicked three goals.

It’s been a tough run for the Eagles who were held to 2.4 after the long haul to Pyramid Hill.

Maiden Gully YCW will look to Clinton Angove, Joel Dwyer, Hamish McCartney and Nathan Murley to lead the way in terms of pressure and creating more scoring chances.

Bears Lagoon Serpentine is back from the bye and on home turf at Gadsden Finance Serpentine Reserve to take on Newbridge.

Both teams have a 1-3 record.

Key players for the Justin Laird-coached Bears include Josh Walsh at half-back, Kalem Paxton, Charlie and Harrison Gadsden, and Rhonen Maher.

Harding medallist Harry Whittle kicked two goals in Newbridge’s clash with Marong to be among the best with Dylan Lloyd, Caleb Sanders and Logan Dixon.

Bridgewater has the bye.