Day out for Laurimar

Jacson Cecil kicked 16 goals on Saturday. (Joe Mastroianni). 286095_09

Tara Murray

Jacson Cecil put on a show as Laurimar took Reservoir to the cleaners in the Northern Football League division 3 competition.

The top of the table Power didn’t take it easy against the Mustangs, who sit second bottom with just two wins.

It was a strong start to finish performance from the Power, winning 45.22 (292)-0.2 (20) win.

Cecil kicked 16 goals in a best on ground performance.

He was one of 11 to score multiple goals, while 15 players kicked at least one goal.

Luke Wilson and Ethan Frawley were also among the best.

South Morang cemented its spot in the top two with victory against Kilmore.

With both teams entered the match equal on points, the result was massive in terms of the season.

The match was close throughout the first three quarters, with the Lions leading by 11 points at the last break.

Six goals to two in the final quarter blew open the game, with the Lions winning 11.9 (75)-6.5 (41).

Mitch Trim kicked three goals in a best-on-ground performance.

Elsewhere in division 3, Mernda had a big win against Lalor.

It was a match the Demons were in control of from the start, winning 31.13 (199)-5.5 (35).

Joshua Mazzarella kicked 10 goals, while Bryce Kimuliatis kicked nine goals in the win.

In division 1, Bundoora had a good win against West Preston Lakeside.

A nine-goal first quarter set the tone for the Bulls in the 24.10 (154)-7.8 (50).

Danny Younan and John Jorgensen kicked five goals each in the win.

The Bulls sit third on the ladder.

Whittlesea proved no match for Heidelberg in the 18.20 (128)-7.3 (45) result after being kept to one goal in the first half.

In division 2, Epping got its second win of the season beating Fitzroy Stars.

It was a last gasp victory, with the Pingers winning 8.20 (68)-10.7 (67).

Thomastown suffered a loss to Diamond Creek, losing 10.7 (67)-8.5 (53).