As was the case earlier in the year when the same two teams met,
It was perfect conditions at VAFA Headquarters as the Rovers-Ajax rivalry was all set for another chapter. After the Reserves win earlier in the day,
The Rovers kicked another three for the quarter while the second-placed
The second quarter was more of the same for the Rovers as they kicked another four majors with the ?home? side kicking three. At the main break, it was
Early on in the last quarter,
Rovers captain Anthony Browne was the stand-out player on the ground with a solid performance including 4 goals. He was well supported by Nick Henry, Paul Adams, Gerrard Woods, Gary Carr and Ben Kezlias. As well as Brownes 4 goals, Chief Fletcher kicked 2 along with Nick Henry and Joel Steendam, while Chris Lambert managed a single.
With North Old Boys suffering a hefty defeat, the Rovers still managed to move up a position on the ladder, moving out of the relegation zone, just, by about 1 percent. With two games remaining in 2006, the Rovers need two big wins to ensure C grade survival. It all starts next week with the final home game of the year against Parkdale Vultures. Make sure you?re at Boss James Reserve to support the Rovers. The following week they take on Fitzroy Reds in Round 18 at Brunswick Street Oval.
The Reserves put in a good performance to defeat