All the C grade action in the amateurs from division 1 to division 7
By James Davies

Division C1

Prince Alfred OC sit on top of the C1 ladder after beating the Unley Mercedes Jets by 54-points with, Henry Chapman kicking five goals for Prince Alfred OC (PAOC: 11.13-79 to Jets: 3.7-25). Second placed Saint Peter’s OC recorded a 76-point win over Payneham NU who sit in seventh spot (SPOC: 16.12-108 to PayNU: 5.2-32). 

Bye: Goodwood Saints, Athelstone, Port District, Rostrevor OC, Adelaide University, Brighton Bombers

Division C2

Old Ignatians recorded a 10-point loss to second placed Henley (Iggies: 7.3-45 to Hen: 8.7-55). Sacred Heart OC recorded a 33-point win over Scotch OC with, Michael Kocman kicking five goals for Sacred Heart OC (SHOC: 14.6-90 to Scotch: 8.9-57). The Seaton Ramblers remain winless after losing to seventh placed PHOS Camden by 38-points (Ramb: 4.7-31 to PHOS: 9.15-69). 

Bye: Tea Tree Gully, Broadview, Salisbury North

Division C3

CBC Old Collegians recorded their first win for the year beating the bottom placed Glenunga Rams by 104-points (CBCOC: 18.12-120 to Rams: 2.4-16). North Haven and Gaza played out a four-point nail-biter with North Haven coming out on top after being more accurate in front of goal (N.Hav: 6.8-44 to Gaza: 5.10-40). Top placed Modbury recorded a 19-point win over fourth placed Golden Grove (Mod: 7.5-47 to Grove: 4.4-28). Plympton gave Flinders Park their first loss for the season beating them by 10-points after being down by three points at half time (Plym: 8.6-54 to F.Pk: 6.8-44). 

Bye: Edwardstown

Division C4

Adelaide University remain undefeated after beating Pulteney by 108-points, with Michael Davies kicking five goals for Adelaide University (Uni: 16.19-115 to Pult: 1.1-17). Seventh and eighth placed Hope Valley and Gepps Cross played out a draw with Hope Valley coming back from 14-points down at three quarter time (H.Val: 7.7-49 to Gepps: 7.7-49). The Mitcham Hawks went down to fourth placed Woodville South by 53-points, keeping Mitcham to one goal in the first half (Hawks: 5.3-33 to Wood.Sth: 13.8-86). Second placed SMOSH West Lakes recorded a 15-point win over Pembroke OS, the win locks SMOSH into second spot (SMOSH: 7.4-46 to PemOS: 4.7-31). 

Bye: Walkerville

Division C5

Lockleys remain undefeated after beating Brahma Lodge by 124-points, Joseph Impedovo was dominant up forward for Lockleys kicking six goals (B.Ldg: 1.2-8 to Lock:19.18-132). Scott Balchin kicked six goals for Salisbury in their 89-point win over bottom placed Eastern Park (Est.Pk: 5.5-35 to Sali: 18.16-124). Adelaide Lutheran moved from bottom into fourth after beating Colonel Light Garden by 58-points, with David Hodges kicking five goals for Adelaide Lutheran (Luth: 12.7-79 to CLG: 3.3-21).

Division C6

After being kept scoreless in the first quarter Para Hills were able to overcome St Paul’s OS by 20-points (Para: 6.15-51 to SPOS: 4.7-31). Second placed Elizabeth recorded a 15-point win over sixth placed Hectorville (Eliz: 9.11-65 to Hect: 8.2-50). Ingle Farm were kept to one goal by Blackfriars OS as Blackfriars went on to win by 81-points (I.Frm: 1.0-6 to BOS: 11.21-87). Marion recorded a 44-point win over fifth placed Houghton Districts who will finish the season in fifth spot (Mar: 9.8-62 to H.Dist: 2.6-18). Adelaide University remain undefeated after beating seventh placed Golden Grove by 57-points (Grove: 2.5-17 to Uni: 10.14-74).

Division C7

North Haven forfeited their second game for the season to Golden Grove. Tea Tree Gully moved into third spot after beating Prince Alfred OC by nine points (TTG: 7.3-45 to PAOC: 5.6-36). Robert Spagnoletti continued his run of goal kicking form kicking six goals for St Peter’s OC in their 55-point win over Adelaide University (Uni: 3.5-23 to PAOC: 11.12-78). Rostrevor recorded a 92-point win over eighth placed Modbury, with Tyler Gava kicking six goals for Rostrevor (ROCS: 18.13-121 to Mod: 4.5-29). Port District recorded their first win for the year beating sixth placed Lockleys by. 12-points in a low scoring affair (Pt.Dist: 5.9-39 to Lock: 3.9-27). 

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