SUNDAY 29 JULY 2018
Nar Nar Goon vs Tooradin-Dalmore
Today we took on Nar Nar Goon for our final match for the season, even though we didn’t get to end it with a win it was a fantastic competitive game with both sides giving it their all. Well done seagulls!!!!
Awards – Zander Simpson and Ryan Warn
Goals/ points -Jack Rudeforth 2 goals, Koby Lieuwen 1 goal , Luke Innantuono 1 point, Tate Jagoe 1 point and Connor Schreurs 1 point
Tooradin-Dalmore vs Hampton Park
The seagulls finished off a fabulous season full of magical marks, hard tough tackles and amazing skills with another great game today. The team work the u9’s show each week just gets better and better. Well done to each and everyone of you. Your coaches, parents and supporters are truly proud of you. Each week the seagulls coaches get praised on how much these little champs are improving and their great sportsmanship. What a great way to finish off the season getting to sing the club song loud and proud. You guys are the best.
Goals Ryken Kinna 2, Jack Alexander 1
Bests – EVERYONE!!
Tooradin-Dalmore vs Hampton Park
On Sunday our boys took on Hampton Park at home. On a windy Sunday our boys were going for 2 undefeated seasons. With really good team football we kicked 7.8 50 to Hampton park 0.3.3 to make it 28 wins in a row.
Awards won by Lincoln Schreurs, Mathew Simpson, Jayden Worrell, Darcy Freeman, Jett Evans, Tommy Dowell, Hudson Rogers, Jack Gillespie, Sam Kovac.
Well done boys! Go Seagulls
Tooradin-Dalmore 8.11-59 vs Cranbourne Gold 1.1-7
In our last game for the season, our under 12’s played host to Cranbourne at Rutter Park. With the weather looking ominous we started off the first quarter kicking with the wind. The boys played great team football getting in the packs and fighting hard for the ball to be up 2 goals 4 to 0 at quarter time.
The second quarter showed some excellent ball skills by the boys as the ball was wet and the contest was heating up as both teams only scored 1 goal 1 each heading into the half time break.
In the third quarter our boys turned up the heat and applied fantastic pressure to kick away with a further 4 goals 4 with Cranbourne unable to add to their score.
With the rain pouring down in the final quarter it made for a scrappy end to the game with all players showing their toughness to play it out in style with another 1 goal 2 added to our score and the Seagulls taking home the win 8.11.59 to Cranbourne’ss 1.1.7.
Goal kickers for the game were Josh Iannantuono 3, Aaron Knight 2, and 1 each to Foti Ploudias, Koby Peck and Jack Mannix. Best players were Ashtyn Paku, Aaron Knight, Cooper Simpson, Jack Mannix and Jordan Bury
The awards going to Jordan Bury, Jesse Sumner, Merrick Stewart-Wells, Josh Iannantuono, Matthew Huxtable, Aaron Knight, Bevan Bell and Koby Peck.
Huge congratulations to Merrick Stewart-Wells and Bevan ‘BJ’ Bell on playing their 50th game! Go Seagulls.
Pakenham Blue 9.9-63 vs Tooradin-Dalmore 2.3-15
The final game of the 2018 season saw Tooradin Seagulls taking on Pakenham Blue.
With a howling cross breeze the toss was important and our game day captains, Brodie Matthews and Liam Simpson didn’t let us down.
Our first quarters haven’t produced many scores this season but with plenty of midfield clearances from Jesse Craven and Cooper Bassett we were able to attack early. Charlie Shinners provided great run off half back and combined with our wings to keep the ball in the Tooradin half of the ground. Even with the wind scoring was difficult and it took some smart play from Jai Williams to hit the scoreboard for the seagulls. Not to be outdone Jordan Boyd moved from half back to the forward line and was able to snap truly to give Tooradin a 2 goal lead at the end of the quarter.
Pakenham in the second term were full of run and their forwards were able to take advantage of their height and size and put on three unanswered goals. Our backline never dropped their heads and as they’ve done all season, kept the opposition from scoring on multiple occasions.
With 2 players injured and off for the remainder of the game and no bench, the teams was challenged in the second half. Multiple entries into our forward line didn’t produce any goals and against the wind Pakenham was able to score and setup a three quarter time lead that would prove difficult to overcome.
The last quarter was played in even colder & wet conditions than the start of the match but the team continued to fight till the final siren. Brodie Campbell and Tyler Kirkbride finished the season of with great performances, and both Brodie Matthews and Liam Simpson playing their 100th games fought tirelessly all day.
Goals Jai Williams 1, Jordan Boyd 1
The club is proud of the team and its efforts this season and we look forward to seeing them improve further next year.
Thanks to our coaches and support staff for helping guide the boys all season. And massive thank you to our families, getting the boys to training and games each week and their assistance on game days.
Parkmore 21.15-141 vs Tooradin-Dalmore 2.1-13
On Sunday the under 14’s took on Parkmore at their home ground in terrible conditions we had wind, rain and it was absolutely freezing!
We knew going into this game was going to be tough as they are a very strong side. Playing the field with only 15 players due to injuries the boys all tried their hardest and they managed to score 2 goals and a point. They all still showed some good skills and played so well considering the weather condition and 3 men short. We are lucky enough to have another game next week in a final and we all wish the boys the best of luck and hope they all fight and show how much they have improved throughout the season. Good Luck Boys!!
Best Players – Eden Genoni, Bailey Ray, Charlie Ogier, Charlie Hobson and Kyle Hernaut
Goal kickers – Eden Genoni
Pakenham Blue 4.2-26 vs Tooradin-Dalmore 9.8-62
Today marked the last game of the 2018 home and away season.
Our boys headed to Pakenham to play Pakenham Blue on a cold and very windy morning.
Our boys kicked the first goal of the game, however bottom of the ladder Pakenham played an impressive game of football coming close in the 3rd quarter to only be down by 10 points.
The wind played havoc on the kicking.
Tooradin however came out in the 4th quarter and kicked 4 goals to seal a 36 point victory.
Our goal kickers today on 3 goals each were Joseph Spano and Matthew Birnie, 2 goals to Lachlan McLeod and 1 goal to Luke Townsend.