Clayton Thomas from Mundaring, shown here with umpires Nathan Mourish and Jak Wulf, was awarded the match ball.

Wins for Cougars and Roos

Two intense matches were played at the hills footy think mental health round.
June 27, 2024
Brian Pallister

TWO games were played at Pickett Park during the think mental health round in the Hills Football Association.

It was a tough day for the two bottom sides on the HFA ladder with fifth placed Mundaring beating Bullsbrook in a 17.11 (113) to 10.2 (62) result while third placed Chidlow had a 23.9 (147) to 5.1 (31) win over Mt Helena.

Chidlow proved far too strong for Mt Helena in their round 11 clash with nine goals to one on the scoreboard by the half time mark.

Shane Fitzgerald was having a day out at full forward with seven goals for the game.

Steven Scorer and Jake Forman benefitted from the strong ruck work of Jayden Bathhurst.

Haydn Watters finished with four goals against his old club.

Ryan Schawereit teamed well with Ryan Reidy-Crofts to help the Lions push the ball forward to where Clem Cook goaled.

Matt Sofoulis used his experience to pick up several possessions on a wing.

Blake Offer ran hard all day in an overall four quarter effort.

The Cougars continue to test their flexibility with Matthew Mallaby having a run in the backline.

By the final siren Chidlow had nine individual goal scorers.

Jake Forman from Chidlow was awarded the think mental health match ball for his best on ground performance.

In the Mundaring versus Bullsbrook game Clayton Thomas from Mundaring was awarded the match ball.

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