Sunday 4 August 2019
Under 8’s Tooradin-Dalmore vs Cranbourne Blue
Tooradin-Dalmore 14 6 90 Cranbourne Blue 8 2 50
Sunday was the last game of the season for the under 8’s and what a match they played. Cranbourne trying to apply the pressure but it wasn’t distracting the Seagulls from some terrific skill and momentum. Taking their time to look and act in good timing, resulting in some clean passing and scoring. A different game to when they played this team earlier in the season. Showing that the Seagulls have really worked so hard. A great way to finish out their season. Terrific work under 8’s, a very proud coach! Go Seagulls!
Goals- Koby Mcleod 6. Brax Lowndes 3. William Klanja 2. Brock Bydder 1. Kobi Holdsworth 1. Chad Stevens 1.
Awards- Koby Mcleod, William Klanja, Ryder Langley
Under 9’s Tooradin-Dalmore vs Officer Black
Tooradin-Dalmore 3 2 20 Officer Black 7 5 47
On Sunday we took on Officer Black for our final match for the season at home, even though we didn’t get to end it with a win it was a fantastic competitive game and our boys gave it their all… Well done seagulls!!!!
Thanks to our coaches for helping guide and building the fabulous team of boys all season. And massive thank you to our families for all the help and support and their assistance on game days.
Goals this week: Connor Schreurs 2 and Koby Lieuwen 1
Under 10’s Tooradin-Dalmore vs Berwick North
Tooradin-Dalmore 8 1 49 Berwick North 1 3 9
Fantastic game to finish off a great season, nothing better than watching these champs walk off the ground singing our club song. 2019 has been a ripper season for this group of very talented kids, they have put in lots of hard work at training and on game day and have impressed themselves, their team mates and the crowd with their passion and skill. the coaches and parents are very proud of all of you and it’s been an absolute pleasure to be a part of such a wonderful team. Congratulations Under10’s
Awards: Cooper Webb, Jack Alexander, Will Murray, Kane Angleton
Goals: 2 Jack Alexander, Will Murray, 1 Ryken Kinna, Vijay Orsino, Tom Sherer, Tom Ryan, Cooper Webb
Under 11’s Tooradin-Dalmore vs Noble Park Blue
Tooradin-Dalmore 3 3 21 Noble Park Blue 8 6 54
Round 14 and our final game of the regular season seen the Under 11s take on Noble Park at Rutter Park . In perfect condition the game was very close before noble park broke the game open kicking 3 goals in the third quarter.
Special thanks to the Under 10 boys who played back to back games to help us with numbers
Goals Logan Brown, Joel Cochrane, Lucas Davies.
Under 12’s BYE
Under 13’s Cora Lynn vs Tooradin-Dalmore
Cora Lynn 4 10 34 Tooradin-Dalmore 6 1 37
WINNER WINNER WINNER
Yes that’s right we did it. We may have finished the season on the bottom of the ladder but we finished on a high with an awesome win against Cora Lynn. They boys played amazing today. They came together as a team and killed it. We may have not had the greatest season with wins but the boys have definitely grown this year. Awesome effort boys and super proud of each and every one of you.
Goal kickers were Jack Mannix x2 Koby Peck x2 Merrick Stewart Wells x1 and Oakley Bourke x1
Awards went to Jack Mannix , Jesse Sumner , Koby Peck, Hayden Stewart, Matthew Huxtable, Aaron Knight, Oakley Bourke, Foti Ploudias, Jett Lowndes, Lenny Goldberg, Jakob Martin & Daniel Taweel.
Also a massive congratulations to Harry Hardy on playing his 50th game today. Well done Harry.
Under 14’s Tooradin-Dalmore vs Cranbourne Blue
Tooradin-Dalmore 7 6 48 Cranbourne Blue 6 12 48
Last game of the season and Tooradin hosted Cranbourne at Rutter Park. The team needed to win to make certain they played finals and if they lost would have to rely on other results going their way. From the opening bounce it with a tight contest with both teams playing a hard competitive brand of football. Tooradin scored early then Cranbourne not to be out done hit back and at quarter time break Tooradin held a slim lead. Over the next two quarters there was no more than a goal in the score as both teams struggled to convert opportunities and get a clear advantage over their opposition. The last quarter saw Cranbourne kick clear but Tooradin rallied to bring them within two points. A missed attempt on goal with only a minute and a half left on the clock saw Tooradin get within one point. Tooradin kept the ball locked in the forward 50 and with seconds left, managed to get some clear space for a shot on goal but it was called touched, the siren sounded and the match was a draw. We are super proud of the team, they’ve qualified for finals and anything can happen. Go Seagulls