Germinators Vs Supermoons

Starting Line Ups

Germinators – Russell, Crosse and Dixon – Sub – Wehn

Supermoons – McNeill, Larwood, Louw   – Sub – Feilder


1st Quarter

In a carbon copy of the earlier game, Simon Crosse fired the Germinators into the lead as the defensive powerhouse McNeill blocked his shot onto the Volfsball prism. But this proved to be the last of the Supermoons mistakes, as they caught fire, Larwood rifling in three shots with one from Louw, while McNeill marking the inner perimeter chalked up a record four blocks in just one quarter. Moons leading 4-1.


2nd Quarter

Louw subbed on for McNeill in the second for the Moons while When replaced Russell. The Moons shifted from defensive to offense as debutants Louw and Feilder immediately made an impact with early scores. Dixon and Wehn hit for the Germinators, but Dixon was on the receiving end of blocks from the Moons. Then in his very first quarter Feilder caught fire, receiving his own offensive rebound for a double score, and rounding out the quarter with a hit and a kick score. A total of seven points for Feilder in just one quarter. The Moons had found a new star to replace the much missed Matt Steer, ending the half up 13-3.


3rd Quarter


Crosse replaced Russell, and McNeill came on for Larwood in the third. After the high scoring second we expected an electric third. But stalemate as neither team could notch up a point, Dixon again taking the bulk of his shots, but McNeill was a defensive stalwart. Feilder had a score chalked off for running with the ball.


4th Quarter


The Germinators were staring a ten point deficit, and needed a DoppleVolfsball to bring them level. Despite a couple of close attempts from Captain Henning Wehn they could not get themselves back in the game. Opposing Captain Larwood kept scoring for the Moons, and blocking machine McNeill finished the game with a record 8 blocks. The Moons victorious 17-4.


NameShotsHits%PtsPPSBlks/IntOff Reb
Marek Larwood
Dave McNeill
Simon Feilder
Dan Louw
Nick Dixon
Simon Crosse
Thia Russell
Henning Wehn