State League Seagulls: SANFL Grand Final, NTFL Round 3
(James Tsitas [right] is now a premiership player with Woodville-West Torrens. Photo by SANFL.com.au/Deb Curtis).
James Tsitas has capped off a strong SANFL campaign with Woodville-West Torrens with a sweet grand final victory over North Adelaide at the weekend's grand final at Adelaide Oval.
Tsitas collected 19 touches, four marks and two tackles to help steer the Eagles to their first premiership since the 2011 SANFL season. The prolific midfielder averaged 24.6 disposals, 4.5 marks, 5.2 tackles and 4.5 clearances from 11 matches since crossing the South Australian border when the VFL season was officially cancelled.
Williamstown Football Club congratulates James on his premiership success.
(Nick Ebinger gets a spoil away for the Bombers. Photo by AFLNT Media/Felicity Elliott).
In the Men's Premier League, Nick Ebinger featured in his second match for Tiwi Bombers since venturing to the NT. The Bombers are still yet to get on the board this season, going down 15.12 (102) to 7.9 (51) despite a strong start to the game. Ebinger picked up 12 touches, three marks and four tackles at TIO Stadium.
Daniel Mott's Nightcliff secured their second win of the 2020/21 season, taking a 51-point win over Wanderers to move to 2-1 and 5th on the Men's Division 1 ladder after three matches.
Both Megan Williamson and Ash Melnikas continue to shine for St Marys in the Women's Premier League. The two hard nuts were named best and second best respectively for their side in Round 3 after a tight 5.3 (33) to 3.5 (23) win against the Darwin Buffettes.
(Ash Melnikas continues to turn heads in the NTFL. Photo by St Marys FC/Russell Sartori).
Danica Pedersen and Eliza Straford played out a thrilling 4.4 (28) draw against the Southern Districts at Norbuilt Oval. Pedersen was able to kick her first goal for Waratah in the encounter.
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