Depth highlighted as Old Collegians defeat Russells Creek

Good touch: Alex Wallis continued his strong run of form on Saturday kicking four goals and being named in the best for Old Collegians. Picture: Morgan Hancock.
Good touch: Alex Wallis continued his strong run of form on Saturday kicking four goals and being named in the best for Old Collegians. Picture: Morgan Hancock.

Despite missing several key players, including brothers Sam and Josh Dwyer, Old Collegians still defeated Russells Creek by 75 points.

Roos coach Heath Moloney said he didn’t expect anything less from the Warriors.

"They are a team up the top of the ladder and have been for a few years, and have really good depth, so if they have few out you don't really think you are going to have it any easier,” he said.

"We didn't look at it that way.

“We just treated it the same way we do going into every game where we want to play our style of footy and hope we can match it with most teams.”

Tom Lambevski starred for Old Collegians booting two goals seeing him named best on ground.