Reserves pressure drops off after half time

June 20, 2021

The return from the lockdown enforced break for the Anglesea reserves was not a happy one as Modewarre came away with a 69-point victory.

Most of the damage was done in the second half as the Warriors pounded through 12 goals to one after the long break to secure the 14.11 (95) to 3.8 (26) win.

It was the Seas who had the best of the first term, keeping the visitors goalless while putting one of their own through to lead by four points.

The Warrior’s woke up after the break and although they dominated the play, they were only able to lead by five points at halftime.

Calvin Altman heads to the bench for a break

But that would be as close as the hosts would get as Modewarre added five goals to one in the third quarter to lead by 28 points.

The Seas could only manage four behinds in the final term as the Warrior’s outside run piled on the misery, supplying service for their forwards in a seven-goal term.

Jaron Lengyel was the Seas’ best in defeat, while Andrew Schnerring, Max Mauderer, Jack Taylor (two goals), Dylan Taylor and Ryan McKiernan.

The reserves will look to bounce back next week against Barwon Heads at Howard Harmer Oval.

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