STORM BOY’S VIEW: Week 9 15th & 16th May 2021

Howdy peoples and welcome to this weeks instalment of my madness.

I’m going to start off, by just saying what a wonderful night last week, for our Pink Day and raising funds for such a worthy cause.  Warms the cockles of old Stormy’s heart!

Now, on to this weekends games and it’s another triple header at Storm Headquarters.


V Keysborough, Saturday 15th May 7.30pm, Bellarine Sports Centre

A tough encounter coming up for our Division 1 Men, as they host the currently undefeated Keysborough on Saturday night.

Our boys had a nice tune up last Saturday night beating our cross-town rivals, Corio Bay at our place, making it 2-0 against them this season.

The Cougars will arrive chock full of confidence, having not really being challenged to date this season.

Our engine room of Reardon, Varley and Jarvie will be instrumental in setting the tone for the contest and will be keen to lead the team to another win against a high ranking rival.

Stormy has a feeling in his bones that the Storm will have enough to send the Cougars home with their first loss of the season.


V Warrnambool, Saturday 15th May 5.30pm, Bellarine Sports Centre

Saturday night is the night!

Stormy has peered into his tea leaves this week and he saw a message that things were looking up for the Storm ladies.

Based on that, I’m gonna say that the ladies will make sure the Mermaids are all at sea on Saturday night and break through for a much needed win.

In the words of the great Robin Williams from his movie ‘Dead Poets Society’… Carpe Diem ladies…seize the day!


V Keysborough, Saturday 15th May, 3.30pm, Bellarine Sports Centre

Like their Division 1 Men, the Cougars Youth League side sit on top of the Terrill Conference ladder.

After dropping last weeks game against Sunbury last week, the Storm lads will need to bring their A game for this one.

Kody Wilson is stringing together some nice form at the moment and is getting good support across the rest of the team, which is great to see.

The key for Coach Dawson will be to make sure his charges come ready to play four quarters as their losses this year have mainly come on the back of one poor quarter and the same happened last week, when they allowed Sunbury to take control in the second term.

Stormy expects that the Storm lads will rise to the occasion and stamp themselves as one of the key teams in this years competition.

Nothing like a little Saturday afternoon Cougar hunt!

Good luck to all our teams this weekend, get down to the Stadium to cheer your Bellarine Storm Teams on

Storm Boy…..OUT!