Ranges dominant

Eastern Ranges Co-Captain El Chaston weaving through traffic. Pictures: JED LANYON

By Jed Lanyon

The Eastern Ranges returned to NAB League action with a thumping 114 point win over the Gippsland Power at Kilsyth Recreation Reserve.

The Ranges’ Under 19 Girls kept the Power goalless for the entirety of the match, while continuing to pile on the goals with great accuracy despite the wet conditions.

Co-Captain Bridget Deed broke the game open early with two impressive goals within two minutes. One coming from a knock-on assist from fellow Co-Captain El Chaston.

It was a breakout performance for Alyssia Pisano. The 15 year old booted four goals and is quickly becoming comfortable at the NAB League level, having booted two goals in Round 1.

Eastern Ranges now move to 2-0 for the season and will take on the Geelong Falcons at Kilsyth on Saturday 27 February.

Eastern Ranges

7.1 – 10.2 – 16.2 – 19.3 – 117

Gippsland Power

0.0 – 0.2 – 0.3 – 0.3 – 3


Eastern Ranges

A Pisano 4, G Campbell 3, G Wilson 2, B Deed 2, J Livingstone, K Sherar, C Wilsmore, S Humm, J, Grace, I Khoury, L Stone, M Hardy.

Gippsland Power


Best players

Eastern Ranges

A Pisano, G Campbell, B Deed, L Stone, C Schmidli, M Hardy.

Gippsland Power

M Van Berkel, J Sochackyj, C Fletcher, I Makai, E Molesworth, A Molesworth.