PROSPECT HAWKS 17.14 (116) -d- LILYDALE 8.10 (58)THE Prospect Hawks got their 2015 NTFA division 2 season off to a winning start with a 58-point victory over Lilydale in their Good Friday clash yesterday.
The Hawks led at every change, building a 23-point advantage at quarter-time, extending it to 37 at the main break and kicking seven goals to four in the final quarter to run out winners 17.14 (116) to 8.10 (58).
Michael Murfett kicked three goals for Prospect, and Michael Sinclair, Jamie Rayner and Callen Hart finished with two each.
Josh Griggs booted three to be Lilydale’s best goalkicker, while Patrick Sulzberger was the Demons’ best.
“Lilydale were very competitive all day but some of the stuff we’ve been working on through the pre-season worked and it showed on the scoreboard,” Prospect coach Danny Hall said.
“We have a few new players and have to get them to gel well together and the things that worked well we’re happy about and just have to iron out a few creases.”
Hall praised his back line for standing up well, and rated Josh Horder, Nick Claxton, Mason Keane, Callen Hart and Mick Sinclair as among the Hawks’ best players.
“Our attitude was on from the start and we will be looking to our backline to provide us with a lot of strength this year,” Hall said.
“They have a couple of big men in Sulzberger and McLean, and we tried to not let them get too much of the ball and keep it away from them which seemed to work well because they have a lot of experience and can be very dominant if you let them into the game.”
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