SUNDAY 24 JUNE 2018
Pakenham Maroon vs Tooradin-Dalmore
This week the Seagulls were up against Pakenham Maroons. After a really slow start the boys finally fired up in the second half but left their run to late and unfortunately lost by 2 goals. With some good passages of play, showing some good team work and lots of improvement in our marking skills overall it was a great team effort. Keep up the great work Seagulls.
Awards this week: Noah Cooke, Cooper Brown and Luke Innantuono
Goals this week: Luke Innantuono 3 goals, Koby Lieuwen 2 goals and Jack Rudeforth 1 goal.
Endeavour Hills vs Tooradin-Dalmore
Perfect conditions for footy on Sunday. Owen Birch was amazing – he worked hard for the footy all day and proved that practice is key. He truly was amazing to watch. Great team effort. It was a fairly even game so it was great to see the likes of Matthew Klanja, Jayden Corn and Dylan Kraskov step up and get amongst the packs. Well done everyone and great singing, think we need a bit of practice on the words of our club song. Hehe!
Goals: Kane Angleton 2 Charlie Burgess and Tom Sherer 1
Bests: Ryken Kinna, Cooper Webb, Matthew Klanja, Riley Peck, Owen Birch and Dylan Kraskov
Koo Wee Rup vs Tooradin-Dalmore
On Sunday our boys took on Koo Wee Rup for the first time . ln a hard and great first half both teams played great footy. Our boys piled on the goals to win 8 10 58 to 1.0.6.
Awards won by Cody Mannix, Darcy Freeman, Jett Evans, Lincoln Schreurs, Logan Brown. Well Done boys Go Seagulls
Tooradin-Dalmore 0.1-1 vs Hampton Park 3.2-20
It was a tough day on Sunday. We tried to put some kids in different positions and it didn’t quite work out but with a bit of restructuring we hit our straps only to come up few goals short.
We had standout game’s from Lenny Goldberg, Kasy Deren, Riley Fengler, Bevan Bell, Summah Boyd, Kade Howes, Alex Day, Tommy Rudeforth and our newest recruit Ben Brown
A special mention to Kade Howes who played forward but was then switched to his go to role at full back and stopped at least 4 goals on his own.
Well done boys and girls. Keep this effort up and we will have a great year. Only 3 games left for us let’s aim for 3 wins.
Massive thanks to all the parent helpers without your help we wouldn’t have a game. Thank you all.
Tooradin-Dalmore 19.16-130 vs Lyndhurst 1.0-6
The under 12’s played host at Rutter Park to Lyndhurst on Sunday on a chilly Melbourne afternoon. Coach Shane Simpson has been working the team hard at training and it showed in the game with the boys coming out with a fantastic start with Tooradin kicking 6 goals straight in the first quarter. With a fast paced second quarter the boys kept Lyndhurst scoreless and added a further 2 goals 6 to our score. After the half time break they once again came out firing and kept up the pressure in all areas of the field kicking another 6 goals 7. In a slower paced final quarter we ended the game with 1 goal 3 and Lyndhurst kicking their only goal for the game. In a great team game we are so proud of all the boys for Sunday. With the goals being spread around our co-captains Aaron Knight and Cooper Simpson dominated the goal kicking with both players getting their career highest goals so far, Aaron snagging a bag of 5 and Cooper with 4.
Other goal kickers were Jack Mannix 2, Jordan Bury 1, Harry Hardy 1, Hunter Cairns 1, Jakob Martin 1, Daniel Taweel 1, Curtis Watts 1, Brodie Alsemgeest 1, Foti Plodious 1.
The awards went to Bevan Bell, Lenny Goldberg, Cooper Simpson, Jack Mannix, Aaron Knight, Jordan Bury, Merrick Stewart-Wells, Hunter Cairns, Curtis Watts, Daniel Taweel, Jakob Martin, Wil Studham and Lachlan Plant.
Tooradin-Dalmore 7.1-43 vs Beaconsfield Gold 7.6-48
Tooradin Dalmore U13’s hosted Beaconsfield Gold on Sunday at Rutter Park. When the teams last met the score line heavily favoured Beaconsfield and the team was keen to put on a much better showing.
Tooradin applied constant pressure from the opening bounce and the midfield quickly got on top of their opponents. The quarter was played at a very fast pace and both sides had multiple entries into their forward lines. Tooradin’s backline stood up to the challenge and the Beaconsfield forwards were under pressure whenever they took a shot at goal.
The second quarter saw the pressure kept up and the Tooradin midfield combined with the forwards to kick clear and take the lead into half time. Beaconsfield hit back in the third quarter with some quick goals but again the Tooradin attack on the ball was relentless and another 2 goals meant a one point game at three quarter time.
Beaconsfield continued to fight hard and didn’t take a backward step. Our backline was tested again late in the quarter when multiple entries by Beaconsfield added quick goals. To the teams credit they continued to fight and 3 fast goals saw the margin reduced to 5 points with only minutes to play. That was the final margin as the siren sounded just as Tooradin was about to make another forward entry.
The past two weeks have seen a terrific turnaround in form and confidence. Well done to the players awarded for their game day performance and to our U12 players who helped out during the game.
Goals Anthony Mirauta 2, Tait Missen 1, Bailey Wear 1, Aaron Knight 1, Cooper Simpson 1, Jai Willams 1.
Lyndhurst vs Tooradin-Dalmore
Unfortunately the game against Lyndhurst was called off in the first quarter due to a serious injury to one of the Tooradin players who sustained an extremely rough and aggressive bump behind the play. No score recorded.
Tooradin-Dalmore 3.8-26 vs Berwick Springs Green 12.14-86
Sunday saw 1st on the ladder versus 2nd on the ladder. One of our boys Matthew Birnie celebrated a milestone 100 games. He came out and started with our first opening goal for Tooradin followed with another great mark and goal.
It was a hard fought out game, however the top of the ladder Berwick Springs Green proved to be too strong for our boys. They kicked away taking a 60 point win.
Well done Matthew Birnie on your 100th game.
Our goal kickers were Matthew Birnie our only multiple goal kicker with 2 goals and Robbie Loudon kicking 1 goal.