Junior Match Reports Week 7

SUNDAY 27 MAY 2018

Under 8’s

Narre North Foxes Grey vs Tooradin-Dalmore

On Sunday our boys took on Narre North Foxes with some amazing weather conditions at their home ground, the Foxes started off really strong and had our boys working really hard, our boys were down in the first quarter but with some awesome team work they managed to outplay the foxes in the last 3 quarters. Fantastic effort boys!!!!

Goals: Lucas Baker, Blake Howlett,Luke Innantuono, Jai Kennedy, Kai Reeves, Jack Rudeforth

Awards this week: Luke Innantuono, Beau Fazzino, Jai Kennedy,Blake Howlett,Jack Rudeforth, Lucas Baker

Under 9’s

Tooradin-Dalmore vs Pakenham Maroon

Tough game against Pakenham today. Great work in defence all over the ground by the seagulls today after a slow ish start the seagulls switched on and applied some great tackling pressure. A massive thanks and well-done to 12 of our players who showed amazing sportsmanship and filled in for Pakenham today. Much appreciated team.

Goals Charlie burgess and Noah baker

Bests Dylan Kraskov, Annie Holloway, Noah Baker, Riley Peck, Matthew Klanja and Charlie Burgess

Under 10’s

Tooradin-Dalmore vs Narre South Lions Gold

On Sunday, our boys took on Narre South for the first time. In a really hard and aggressive game from both teams our boys came out on top winning 6.10.46 to 1.4.10.

Awards won by Cody Ray, Darcy Freeman, Jett Evans, Logan Brown and Sam Kovac. Go Seagulls!

Under 11’s

Tooradin-Dalmore BYE

Under 12’s

Tooradin-Dalmore 11.15-81 vs Cranbourne Gold 0.1-1

Round 7 saw us head to Cams Reserve to take on Cranbourne. In the warm autumn sunshine our boys bought their game faces and played some fantastic team football. We hit the ground running and notched up 3 goals in the first quarter to Cranbourne’s 0. We again kept them scoreless in the second quarter while adding another 2 goals to our tally heading into the half time break 38 points up.

The second half saw the boys add a further 6 goals to the score with Cranbourne scoring their only point in the dying minutes of the final quarter and the Seagulls coming away with the win 11.15.81 to 0.0.1. With the boys sharing the goals we had 9 individual goal kickers with Aaron Knight the only player to kick 3.

The goal kickers all with 1 apiece were Jordan Bury, Cooper Simpson, Josh Iannantuono, Jesse Sumner, Bevan Bell, Matthew Huxtable, and with their first goals for the Seagulls, Koby Peck and Daniel Taweel. Well done boys.

In one of the best team games yet our best players were Harry Hardy, Aaron Knight, Jakob Martin, Riley Fengler, Jordan Bury, Bevan Bell, Cooper Simpson, Oakley Bourke, Daniel Taweel, Matthew Huxtable, Jack Mannix, Hayden Stewart and Jack Sherer. Super effort boys let’s back it up next week. Go Seagulls!

Under 13’s

Tooradin-Dalmore 6.4-40 vs Pakenham Blue 9.7-61

Tooradin U13’s hosted Pakenham Blue at Rutter Park on Sunday. The team had a solid training session during the week and had worked on areas of their game the coaches felt required improvement.

From the first bounce the team was committed to each contest and with fast ball movement and repeat inside 50’s, Tooradin took the lead into the qtr. time break.

Pakenham responded in the second quarter and although they outscored us, we competed well and the midfield continued to provide opportunities to the forwards.

The second half again was a close contest and our backline continued to play some of their best footy for the season. Whilst recent games have been tough, today showed the improvement that has been gained from playing quality opposition.

Players have been given differing roles this season and it was positive to see players like Anthony Mirauta taking strong marks all around the ground, Panos Papas laying tackles in defence and across the forward line and Josh Shipton taking to his role in defence to a new level.

Goals: Brodie Matthews 2, Anthony Mirauta 2, Tait Missen 1, Panos Papas 1.

Best: Charlie Shinners, Panos Papas, Jordyn Boyd

Under 14’s

Parkmore 10.4-64 vs Tooradin-Dalmore 0.3-3

Our under 14’s took on Parkmore at their home ground. Unfortunately it didn’t go as planned as one of our players was hurt at start of 3rd quarter and we needed to call off the game due to his injury. We all hope Tadhg gets well soon and is back on the field ASAP playing with us!!

Best Players – Kye De Little, Tyler Evans, Fergus Goldberg.

Under 17’s

Tooradin-Dalmore 9.6-60 vs Narre South Lions 6.12-48

Sunday was our first home game in 4 weeks, and what a day to be back playing at home against Narre South Lions on a glorious day.

Today the sun was shining on us and our boys. They played some great football, showing not just skill and determination but great team effort working together as well as discipline. They cleared the ball well from the first bounce which led them to kick the first score of the game.

From the first bounce to the final siren the boys found their form in great Tooradin style and led the game the whole way through.

They finished the game with 9 goals what an amazing effort by the whole team. Well done boys keep it up.

Our goal kickers for the game: Matthew Birnie kicking 3 goals, Jack Jenkins and Luke Townsend kicking 2 goals each and single goal kickers Max Kendell and Benjamin Peters.

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