Chambers dominates Sharks

21-08-2018 by admin

TOWERING: Old Collegians’ full forward Chris Chambers booted a personal best 16 goals as the Warriors thumped Deakin University on Saturday. Picture: Rob GunstoneSOMETHING about playing against Deakin University brings out the best in Chris Chambers.
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The Old Collegians’ full forward booted a remarkable 16 goals against the Sharks on Saturday in his side’s 31.20 (206) to 8.6 (54) win.

It’s not the first time he’s wreaked havoc on Deakin University’s back line, having kicked 10 goals against them in a match last year.

But on the “bowling green” surface at D.C. Farran Oval on Saturday, everything clickedfor the 30-year-old.

“I started off pretty well and kicked a couple early,” Chambers said.

“I knew I was in for a decent day. Once you start to get a few, your teammates start to look for you more.”

Chambers had six majors to his name by the first break and 10 to half-time.

He added another six in the second half as more of his teammates chimed in on the scoreboard.

The 152-point win was the Warriors’ biggest for the year to date and the ideal note to head into the bye on.

They are undefeated, sitting second on the ladder behind Kolora-Noorat, but are widely considered the competition’s benchmarkwith wins over Merrivale, Dennington and Nirranda.

Chambers said Old Collegians had beentackling the season in blocks of six weeks.

“We had a meeting before round one and had another chat …after round six,” he said.

“We’re a bit ahead of where we thought we’d be.

“We just wanted to finish top three, but after the start we’ve had, I think we should be aiming for top spot.”

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