SUNDAY 08 JUNE 2018
Tooradin-Dalmore vs Berwick White
On Sunday our boys took on Berwick White at our home ground at Rutter Park. Each week all our boys are improving with their skills and teamwork and having more fun out on the field keep up the great work seagulls.
Goals: Beau Fazzino 1, Blake Howlett 1, Luke Iannantuono 4, Tate Jagoe 1, Jai Kennedy 1, Koby Lieuwen 1, Kai Reeves 1, Ryan Warn 1
Awards this week for outstanding performance: Luke Iannantuono, Connor Schreurs, Koby Lieuwen, Tate Jagoe
Noble Park Blue vs Tooradin-Dalmore
Hard work really paid off for the Seagulls today, they worked hard for the one percenters all game and although there was 4 goal kickers today it was really a true team effort in setting those goals up. Special mention to Ryken Kinna for his hard work through the centre and brilliant smoother leading into us scoring a goal and also to Noah baker for his as always amazing defence in the backline. Cooper Webb and Charlie Burgess showed real courage today and worked hard all over the ground. Well done everyone.
Goals: Tom Sherer 3, Kane Angleton 2, Cooper Webb and Charlie Burgess 1
Bests: Tom Sherer, Kane Angleton, Charlie Burgess, Cooper Webb and Noah Baker.
Cora Lyn vs Tooradin-Dalmore
On Sunday our boys took on Cora Lynn at their home ground. The boys played a great team game to kick there best score of the year 20. 13. 133 to run out big winners.
Awards won by Cody Ray, Sam Kovac, Hudson Rogers, Lincoln Schreurs, Jayden Worrell, Awesome effort boys! Go Seagulls
Tooradin-Dalmore 4.12-36 vs Nar Nar Goon 1.0-6
An absolute ripper of a game today with the team tasting success for the first time this year and enjoy it they did. The ball was in our forward half for 90% of the game and goals were kicked regularly with Summah Boyd bagging her first major. Every one of us played with intent and pressure for the whole game so proud of this team.
Standout performers were hard to pick but Sebastian Cooke, Kasy Deren, Lenny Goldberg, Curtis Watts, Jack Sherer, Summah Boyd and Bevan Bell all had outstanding games.
With no game this week I urge all to get to training Wednesday night and work hard to continue our development. Great win!
North Dandenong 4.1-25 vs Tooradin-Dalmore 14.9-93
Under 12’s travelled to Tatterson Park to take on North Dandenong for the second time this season. With the opposition needing a few players our boys stepped up and donned the jersey for them to make a game out of it. We started the game on fire kicking a whopping 5 goals straight to 1 point. We went on to kick 3 more in the second taking us to a 53 point lead into half time. By mixing up the players positions we let North Dandenong sneak up a bit with them adding 4 goals (with Jordan Bury snapping a quick one while playing for them!) to our 1 in the third. We came home strong with 5 goals 2 in the last to take home the win!
Goals kickers were Cooper Simpson 3, Jordan Bury 2, Hunter Cairns 2, Harry Hardy 1, Aaron Knight 1, Brodie Alsemgeest 1, and with their first goals Jakob Martin 1 and Oakley Bourke with a bag of 3!
Awards this week went to Jordan Bury, Jakob Martin, Cooper Simpson, Foti Ploudias, Oakley Bourke, Matthew Huxtable, Brodie Alsemgeest, Harry Hardy, Hayden Stewart-Wells, Merrick Stewart-Wells and Daniel Taweel. We are so proud of our boys and their great sportsmanship that they show not only today but in every game they play together. Go Seagulls
Berwick White 15.13-103 vs Tooradin-Dalmore 3.4-22
On Sunday, Tooradin Dalmore travelled to play Berwick White at Clyde Rd Reserve.
We had one of our best first quarters with a consistent effort from all the team. Our forward entries were driven by great work in the midfield and we hit the scoreboard through Tyler Kirkbride converting from in front. This form continued in the second term as we applied the principles of playing in front and constant forward pressure, resulting in goals to Jesse Craven and Panos Papas.
After half time we disappointingly went away from the things that had placed us in such a good position to possibly walk away with a win. The team kept fighting to get back in the match but Berwick were too strong in the end. We still need to find the 4 quarter effort that’s required to defeat Div 1 teams. We’ll take the week off and enjoy a break to refresh minds and bodies and hopefully come back ready and prepared for our next game.
Goals: Tyler Kirkbride 1, Jesse Craven 1, Panos Papas 1.
Beaconsfield Gold 15.17-107 vs Tooradin-Dalmore 2.4-16
On Sunday, our Under 14’s took on Beaconsfield at their home ground. We were hoping for a win as we had Bailey Ray playing his 100th game.
The boys had a slow start letting Beaconsfield kick a quick 5 goals to our nothing. The boys continued to keep their heads up with a few great tackles but unfortunately they just didn’t play to their ability and had no talk on the field which definitely showed on the score board. Coach Paul Ray gave them a good speech at half time with them then coming out and kicking the 1st goal of 3rd quarter. Unfortunately this didn’t continue and it just wasn’t our day. Boys with determination and some team bonding it will start to show on the score board. Congratulations again to Bailey Ray playing his 100th game couldn’t get the win but he played a great game.
Best Players – Ben Sellings, Kyle Hernaut, Kye De Little and Ryley Watts.
Goal Kickers – Ben Sellings 2
Tooradin-Dalmore 10.4-64 vs Fountain Gate White 9.9-63
It was another week at home at Rutter Park and another great nail biting victory to the Mighty Tooradin Seagulls. Both teams played with strong endeavour. The game went right down to the wire with a thrilling 1 point victory to the boys of the green and red of Tooradin.
Putting on a great show to celebrate Max Kendells 100th career game.
Both Tooradin and Fountain Gate White should be congratulated for fighting it out to the end. Several of our players showed great grit and determination by playing through illness and injuries. Again congratulations Max .
Our goal kickers for the game with an incredible 4 goals to Cian O’Riordan, 3 goals to Matthew Birnie and our single goal kickers Max Kendell, Robert Loudon and Glen Sieben.