Seagulls do it for Ben, win against Magpies 

Williamstown have won their third consecutive game with a 30 point win over Collingwood on Sunday afternoon in Williamstown.

In what was a memorable and historic day, the Seagulls secured their seventh win of the season in Ben Jolley's record breaking 209th game for the club.

Jolley was his brilliant best all day which included a goal in the Seagulls match winning seven goal to two third term. 

Goals to Meese, Bewley, Ebinger, Wheeler, Dunell and Cavarra helped blow the game open to give Williamstown a 36 point lead at the final break. 

The last quarter was a scrappy one with only the three goals kicked as Nick Ebinger kicked the sealer early in the last term.

The first half was a fantastic and tight affair after the Seagulls kicked the first two goals of the game including a special goal from the boundary from Ben Cavarra.

In the second it was goal for goal with both teams kicking three goals each with the Seagulls leading by 4 at the main break. 

Adam Marcon and Nick Meese were great on return while Nick Rodda was outstanding with his presence in the forward line continually crashing packs and taking marks. 

Williamstown will take on Port Melbourne next Saturday in Port Melbourne in what promises to be a great game between the traditional rivals. 

 

 

Final Score

Williamstown: 13.13 (91)

Collingwood: 9.7 (61)

Goals:L. Schultz 2, N. Ebinger 2, B. Cavarra 2, W. Wheeler, S. Dunell, N. Meese, L. Masters, N. Rodda, B. Bewley, B. Jolley.

 

 

   

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