The Chill ran into roster issues this game as many of their players are involved with academy teams in Victoria. With having zero spares, the Turf Monsters struck quickly and early and cruised to their 2nd victory of the season. The highlights of the game were the goalies. The Turf Monsters kept a shutout for his half and Bryan Toth came in relief to run the field and create a different look for breakouts. On the "colder side", the Chill's back-up goalie Ryan Kozina was pummelled with shots and stood on his head on a number of occasions, almost scoring on a full length field shot, but he did get an assist!

HeadCase Sportz Players of the Game:
Turf Monsters: Bryan Toth
Chill: Ryan Kozina

In the second game of the evening, the Phantom hosted the Goal Diggers in a match that was good lacrosse to watch. The improving Phantom took the lead and the Goal Diggers played catch up until the 2nd quarter. Then just when you thought the 'Diggers had the game in hand, the purple people eaters creeped their way back into the game and made it close, but with good ball management, the 'Diggers controlled the ball and secured the win.

HeadCase Sportz Players of the Game:
Phantom: Noah Holler
Goal Diggers: Colt Gnech

The final game of the weekend pitted the top 2 teams in the VFLL against each other and for those in attendance, you certainly got your monies worth! Tied at 2 after the first, Knights up by 2 at half, all tied up at the end of the 3rd and then the game winner by Ryan "Louie-Louie" Lewis with just under 5 minutes in the game was just one more than the Knights could muster this night. It was a battle of goalkeepers on this night with reigning VFLL MVP not disappointing his team or crowd with save after save; but the Plugs Dustin Hanzelka (from areas unknown - not sure if he is of this earth!), he would not be outmatched and both 'keepers proved why they are the top two teams thus far.

HeadCase Sportz Players of the Game:
Plugs: Dustin Hanzelka
Knights: Brenden Harstad