THE Hampden League’s AFL exports once again produced strong performances in the latest round of the season.
The week kicked off last Thursday the Adelaide Oval, with Willem Drew’s Port Adelaide defeating a Geelong outfit featuring Gary Rohan.
Drew kicked a goal from 14 touches through the midfield, while Rohan kicked three first quarter goals and was lively up forward in 12 possession outing and sparked the Cats early.
Rowan Marshall once again produced a strong game for St Kilda but the Saints could not overcome a plucky Richmond at the MCG on Saturday night.
Marshall had 17 touches to go along with 29 hit-outs, but the Tigers held firm late as they scored a 20 point victory.
On Sunday, Sam Walsh racked up 29 possessions to help Carlton break a six game losing streak against Gold Coast Suns at the MCG.
Walsh also had seven inside 50s and five clearances and also kicked two behinds in the win.
Cross-town at Marvel Stadium, Jamarra Ugle-Hagan’s Western Bulldogs defeated a determined North Melbourne.
Ugle-Hagan kicked a behind from 13 touches in the victory.
In the state leagues, Ben Cunnington had 23 touches to help North Melbourne’s VFL side to victory against Coburg, while Josh Corbett kicked a goal from 13 disposals in Peel Thunder’s WAFL triumph over East Perth.
Meanwhile, Essendon Zach Merrett (bye), Brisbane’s Hugh McCluggage (injury), Fremantle’s Sean Darcy (injury) and West Coast’s Jamaine Jones (injury) all did not feature in Round 14 for their respective clubs.