Taking it up to Williamstown

The Under 11 Cannons and Tanks travelled over the bridge to face the might of Williamstown this week and, while not securing victory, did show great skills improvement and a fighting spirit to push the sea-siders in both games.

For the Cannons, Dylan Wicken and Remy Turner led the scoring with two goals apiece and new player Zac Crellin was mighty with a goal and 2 assists.  Once again Bailey Nicholls was named best for Camberwell with a tireless display coupled with 3 assists and a goal.  The final result was Camberwell Cannons 6 lost to Williamstown 12.

The Tanks went down 7 to 4 in a hard-running, defensive game in which all of the Camberwell squad made good contributions.  Emma Hew was a standout with her close guarding of the key Williamstown scorer and stirring games were again played by Hamish Thompson, Andrew Balzat-Fuller and Owen Seibel.  For the Tanks, Joel Goldhagen netted 2 goals, with Magnus McCrae and Balzat-Fuller the other scorers.  Best for Camberwell were Hew, Balzat-Fuller and McCrae.