SANDRINGHAM clinched a thrilling victory from the jaws of defeat at Mars Stadium on Saturday, with a three-goal-to-one final term seeing the Dragons claim a two-point triumph over a spirited Geelong Falcons outfit.
A completely dominant first half set up the Sandringham Dragons’ fourth win in five attempts in the NAB League Boys season, running out 97-point winners over the Brisbane Lions Academy at Wilson Storage Trevor Barker Beach Oval.
The Sandringham Dragons prevailed in a tense top-of-the-table clash with Oakleigh in round three of the NAB League Boys to improve their record to 3-0 on the year, grinding out a 9.11 (65) to 8.7 (55) victory at Wilson Storage Trevor Barker Beach Oval.
The Sandringham Dragons have commenced their 2019 campaign in style with a dominant display, defeating the Calder Cannons 19.13 (127) to 1.12 (18) in round one of the newly named NAB League Boys competition.
A six-goal-to-zero second quarter set up the Dandenong Stingrays 11 win of the season as they defeated the Sandringham Dragons by 9 points at Trevor Barker Beach Oval on Saturday.
The Dragons fought back from a 44-point deficit in the third quarter to go into the final term four points down. An even final quarter meant Sandringham couldn’t quite get over the line despite digging deep and challenging the third-placed Stingrays.
The Sandringham Dragons have defeated the Bendigo Pioneers by 29 points on Saturday. The Pioneers clawed their way back to within 11 points halfway through the final quarter before the Dragons piled on the last three goals of the game to move into third position on the ladder.
Sandringham Dragons have stormed home 49-point winners against an undermanned Geelong Falcons at Trevor Barker Oval on Sunday. The Dragons, who were bolstered by the inclusion of 17 players from the previous week, dominated the Falcons from the opening ball-up.
A fourth quarter comeback from the Eastern Ranges handed them a one-point win over the Sandringham Dragons on Saturday at Trevor Barker Oval. A goal to Eastern Ranges tied the scores with seven minutes left on the clock before the Ranges rushed a behind to hold on for a 8.6 (54) to 7.11 (53) win moving them into the top eight.
The Murray Bushrangers have avenged their 2016 Grand Final loss with a 23-point win over the Sandringham Dragons on Saturday. In an effort the Dragons squad should be proud of, they were able to challenge the second placed Bushrangers at Wangaratta Showgrounds before running out of legs late in the fourth quarter.
An undisciplined performance from the Sandringham Dragons saw them go down by 21-points to the Bendigo Pioneers. The Pioneers led at every change to record their second win 11.13 (79) to 8.10 (58) at Queen Elizabeth Oval.
An eight-goal-to-zero final quarter secured Sandringham’s fate as Gippsland Power stormed home to hand the Dragons a 69-point thumping and their first loss for the 2017 season. A lacklustre performance from the inexperienced Dragons outfit allowed Gippsland to pull away with the game.