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Ruthless Hawks Abuse the Roos

With mother nature providing a stunning Saturday at U of T Scarborough, Top of the table Broadview Hawks played host to a stumbling Etobicoke Roos. Although a rematch of last years tumultuous 2012 Grand Final, there has been a decided “sliding doors” moment for these two sides since that day.

The Hawks, perhaps stung by last years defeat, and with the aide of a few timely recruits, have gone from strength to strength in 2013, being league frontrunners for much of the year. The Roos on the other hand, have suffered the mythical “premiership hangover” this year, and sit well down the standings, and incredibly a game outside the final six.

While on paper, this looked to be a predictable four points for the “Hawkies”, these two have a history of close games, their round one clash a case in point, with that encounter resulting in a hard fought 8 point win the to Broadview. The Roos were desperate for some late season wins in an attempt to claw their way into playoff contention, while the hawks were coming off a shock defeat to the Blues the week before, and were determined to prove that loss merely an aberration.

With mother nature providing a stunning Saturday at U of T Scarborough, Top of the table Broadview Hawks played host to a stumbling Etobicoke Roos. Although a rematch of last years tumultuous 2012 Grand Final, there has been a decided “sliding doors” moment for these two sides since that day.

The Hawks, perhaps stung by last years defeat, and with the aide of a few timely recruits, have gone from strength to strength in 2013, being league frontrunners for much of the year. The Roos on the other hand, have suffered the mythical “premiership hangover” this year, and sit well down the standings, and incredibly a game outside the final six.

While on paper, this looked to be a predictable four points for the “Hawkies”, these two have a history of close games, their round one clash a case in point, with that encounter resulting in a hard fought 8 point win the to Broadview. The Roos were desperate for some late season wins in an attempt to claw their way into playoff contention, while the hawks were coming off a shock defeat to the Blues the week before, and were determined to prove that loss merely an aberration.

At half time it was the Hawks 7.0.42 to the Roos 2.4.16

 

Bridgy implored the Hawks players to do what good teams do when well in front at half time, and “stand on their Fu*&ing throats”, and stand on throats they did.

Almost immediately after the centre bounce some good transitional play along the far wing resulting in Bacon presenting and converting. Even an attempted Roos speccy over a furious goal umpire couldn’t tarnish the play. 10 seconds after the resulting centre bounce, the ball was forced forward and found big Shutts, who duly converted from long range for his 6th, and proceeded to tell his opponent all about it!

Double Down was starting to get dangerous in the middle, with some great second efforts, and putting himself in dangerous position when his opponent rested in their backline. The hawks could sense another goal now might just slam the door shut on Etobicoke, and yet more forward line pressure resulted in a sprayed clearing kick from the Roos, offering Nicky Mitch the chance to line up from 40m hard on the boundary.

Having practiced this kick every training session since he was 12 years old, he duly ignored all leads from players in a better position, shut out the abuse being hurled at him from the man on the mark, and slammed it home, much to the delight of his teammates. Roos heads sunk everywhere, and Chipper was furious at his troops for the lapse in judgment.

At the other end, the battle of the hairstyles had Emile well beaten by Trees (both on the field and in the hair stakes according to this scribe!). A rare Etobicoke push forward resulted in Trees yet again saving the day down back, and a quick transition upfield through Royle, Gazza and some smart play by Frodo resulted with the ball finding Shutts in the goalsquare. Goal number 7 for the big man a mere formality and the Roos were being put to the sword.

Chipper valiantly tried to stop the bleeding with a great running goal, just before half time, but the crowd sensed the game was well and truly over.

At three quarter time, the Hawks 11.4.70 and the Roos 3.4.22.

 

The Fourth quarter was classic junk time, with the Hawks seemingly going through the motions, and the Roos merely waiting for the final siren.

Bridgy swung the changes up forward giving Thommo a spell, and putting in recently promoted Rory for his senior debut. Bridgy’s move seemed a masterstroke 5 mins later, with Rory cleverly roving the pack and snapping beautifully on his left for his first as a Hawk. Welcome to the club!

The Roos managed to salvage some pride, kicking two quick ones from strong marks in the forward line, before a quick snap from Shutts found new boy Rory again, marking strongly in the goalsquare and making no mistake for his second. Shutts was desperate for his 8th of the game, taking shots from everywhere, even an over the shoulder snap from 45m! Predictably, the ball fell short, and Mets, beginning to sober up from the night before collected the ball and snapped truly for his first, and the Hawks 14th.

With the smell of BBQ and beers wafting across the ground, it was clear that by now the Hawks mind had turned to post game festivities, and the Roos managed the final three goals to make the score line imply a closer game than reality depicted.

The Hawks Registering a resounding 37 point win, cementing their spot on top of the ladder, and resigning the Roos to the 2013 OAFL scrapheap.

Final Score:

Hawks Goals: Shutts 7, Rory 2, Bacon, Nicky Mitch, Mets, Afjal, Cogs.

Hawks Best: Shutts, Afjal, Mario, Codes, Trees, Pabs, Blakey.

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