WRFL: 200-point stroll in the park for Sunshine Heights

NORTH Sunshine suffered its second consecutive 200-point-plus hammering on Saturday as Sunshine Heights won its seventh game of the Western Region Football League division 2 season. 

Sunshine Heights remains fifth after the 37.29 (251) to 3.4 (22) result, improving its record to 7-4. The Roadrunners are second-last, courtesy of a win over Laverton in round three, though their dismal percentage of 21.59 is the competition’s worst.

Sunshine Heights led by 36 at quarter time, with North Sunshine kicking two of its three goals in the opening term. It was the Roadrunners’ best term, as the Dragons were even more dominant thereafter. 

They led by 108 points at the main break, 164 at three-quarter time and kicked nine to none in the last to win by 229 points. Keelan Privitera was best on ground with seven goals, and there were bags too for James Ciarlo (six), Greg Porter (six) and Stephen Montebello (five).

In other division 2 matches, Braybrook was on the receiving end of a 30.18 (198) to 5.9 (39)  smashing by Wyndham Vale, dropping to ninth as a result.

Caroline Springs shot from 10th to sixth following the 18.20 (128) to 2.3 (15) win over West Footscray. 

The Lakers are searching for the ‘best of the rest’ title with the top five already firmly decided.