Not a bit of mercy in Saints blitz

SEVEN goals to BITS' Alex Totton helped the Saints to a 112-point hiding of an undermanned Gladstone Mudcrabs in their AFL Capricornia under-17 clash at Clinton Park on Saturday.

The Saints spared no mercy on the Muddies winning 18.16.124 to 2.0.12.

Totton's team-mates Troy Bartlett and Kyle Brazendale got in on the act kicking four goals each in the win.

Two players with senior experience ? Justin Mountjoy and Jake Mostert were best for BITS.

For the Muddies, Ben Coles, Kurt Kalkerup and Joel Hinds could hold their heads up, named as their best. BITS impressive form in the under-15 age group continued with the Saints having 11 goalkickers in the 16.17.113 to 0.0.0 victory.

Acton Beale, Joel Jeffrey and Todd Sefton led the rampage for BITS, with Steven Eilola and that man Coles trying hard for the Mudcrabs.

BITS made a clean-sweep on the day with a 39-point win in the under-13 game, 6.12.48 to 1.3.9.

Michael Darmedy, Daniel Hunt and Michael Ryan were standouts for BITS, while Dylan Bayles, Rusty Parnaby and Jay Gardiner featured in the Mudcrabs best.

At Victoria Park, second-placed Brothers scored a 17-point win over an inaccurate Yeppoon in the under-17 clash. Brothers won the under-15s, while Yeppoon scored a win in the under-13 encounter.

Meanwhile, Glenmore scored wins in the under-13 and under-15 games over Panthers at the Rockhampton Cricket Ground. Also a special mention for Michael Rose who has been named the 'Junior Umpire of the Week'. Rose has been umpiring under-13 matches at a high standard this year and umpires co-ordinator John Round is extremely pleased with his progress.

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