Junior Match Reports Round 11

Sunday 14 JUly 2019

Under 8’s Berwick Springs Blue vs Tooradin-Dalmore

Berwick Springs Blue 10       4        64
Tooradin-Dalmore     12       7        79

Rain, mud & icy winds, weren’t enough stop the momentum of the Seagulls today as they played an away game against Berwick Springs. The boys worked very hard in the freezing elements to keep one step ahead of their opposition. It was great to see them all pushing through one of their coldest and wettest days of footy this season (and the parents still cheering from the sidelines).

There was lots of team encouragement and it truly was an awesome game to watch. All the boys were frozen coming off the ground, lots of numb hands and sore limbs, but their perseverance saw them take out a 15 point win. Well done under 8’s, Go Seagulls!

Goals: Koby McLeod 3,  Ryder Langley 3,  Kobi Holdsworth 2,  Chad Stevens 2,  Max Lyne 1, Tate Jagoe 1.

Awards: Max Lyne. Kobi Holdsworth. Brodie Trounson.

Under 9’s Fountain Gate vs Tooradin-Dalmore

Fountain Gate           4        2        26
Tooradin-Dalmore        9        8        62

This week we had an away game and took on Fountain Gate, the weather conditions this week made it hard for the boys to play in, but they gave it their all once again and walked away with another win!!!

Goals this week: Connor Schreurs 2, Beau Fazzino 1, Noah Cooke 1, Blake Howlett 1, Jai Kennedy 1, Koby Lieuwen 1, Darcy Waight 1 and Ryan Warn 1

Awards this week: Kye Hughes, Darcy Waight, Ryan Warn, Noah Cooke and Lucas Baker. 

Under 10’s Endeavour Hills vs Tooradin-Dalmore

Endeavour Hills         0        0        0
Tooradin-Dalmore       18       10       118

Heavy rain and freezing conditions were no trouble for the Seagulls on Sunday. The gulls were all smiles as they kicked their highest score for the season with massive 18 goals scored and 11 different goal kickers. Big congratulations to you all, you played so well as a team and made sure each and every team mate contributed…. champs

Bests: Will Murray, Jayden Corn, Charlie Burgess, Maeve Goldberg, Kane Angleton

Goals: 3 Charlie Burgess, Tom Sherer, 2 Jack Alexander, Noah Baker, Bodhi Dean, 1 Kane Angleton, Jayden Corn, Maeve Goldberg, Ryken Kinna, Will Murray, Cooper Webb

Under 11’s Pakenham Blue vs Tooradin-Dalmore

Pakenham Blue         2        0        12
Tooradin-Dalmore      7        8        50

Round 11 seen the Under 11 head to Pakenham to take on the Lions . In really cold, wet and windy conditions the boys played extremely well in first quarter keeping Pakenham scoreless with a strong breeze. Second quarter seen the boys use the wind to their advantage kicking 3.4 . A few defensive errors let Pakenham back into the  game in the third term before the boys really rallied in the last kicking another 4 goals. Eventually running out 38 point winners. A great team effort

Goals Joel Cochrane 3, Cody Ray 1, Hudson Rodgers 1, Lincoln Schreurs 1, Jayden Worrall 1

Awards Darcy Freeman, Lucas Davies, Cody Ray, Jayden Worrall, Joel Cochrane, Chevy Simpson.

Under 12’s Lyndhurst Orange vs Tooradin-Dalmore

Lyndhurst Orange     9        12       66
Tooradin-Dalmore     1         0        6

Our under 12s boys/girl played a Friday night game, the first quarter Lyndhurst took the ball all quarter to kick 3 goals. Second quarter Tooradin’s defence was a lot better for Lyndhurst to kick only 1 goal. Tooradin unfortunately were scoreless for the 3 quarters. Come last quarter the amazing Jack Sherer kicked Tooradin’s first and last goal. Our boys/girl have done their very best this season from going from Div 3 to Div 2 so you all should be proud and keep your heads up high. Also a great game to Thomas Rudeforth who played fantastic in each quarter .

AWARDS; Thomas Rudeforth, Cooper Pasnin, Riley Sherwood, Rawson Vandborg, Jack Sherer, Kasy Deren and Lenny Goldberg

GOALS: Jack Sherer 1

GO SEAGULLS!!

Under 13’s Officer White vs Tooradin-Dalmore

Officer White            7        3        45
Tooradin-Dalmore         0        1         1

Well Sunday brought out its best winter conditions with a low of 7 degrees and pouring rain as we came up against Officer White.

It just wasn’t our day and we only managed to score 1 point for the game. The boys did however try their best for the whole game.

Awards went to Jack Mannix, Harry Hardy, Lachlan Plant, Jessie Sumner, Mason Dicks, Jakob Martin, Will Studham, Blake Davies, Merrick Stewart-Wells, Hayden Stewart & Matthew Huxtable. 

Better luck next week boys

Under 14’s Tooradin-Dalmore vs Endeavour Hills

Tooradin-Dalmore     2        3        15
Endeavour Hills     11        5        71

Tooradin U14’s met top of the ladder Endeavour Hills at Carlisle Park in true wintertime conditions.

Coming off two recent losses meant a strong showing against the Eagles was needed to help get the season back on track and keep finals aspirations alive.

The first quarter was a tight contest with both sides having equal share of the ball. Endeavour Hills kicked two quick goals from turnovers in their forward half but Liam Simpson playing with a broken thumb snapped around his body and kept the margin to 10 points at quarter time.

In the second quarter Endeavour Hills stamped their  authority on the game and went on a scoring spree. Tooradin’s midfield was providing first use, led by Cooper Bassett and Brodie Campbell, but the commitment from Eagles players across the board meant they took a 41pt lead into half time.

The third quarter saw Tooradin win more clearances and gave the forwards opportunities but this wasn’t reflected on the scoreboard as conditions made scoring difficult. When Tyler Kirkbride was shifted onto the ball, a passage of quick ball movement saw James Ahern take a strong mark and under pressure convert the only goal of the term. Great work from all our backline who managed to keep the eagles to only 1 point for the term. A great effort of self-belief and hard work after a difficult second quarter.

The final term saw scoring from the Eagles continue but the Tooradin backline continued their hard work and didn’t let the opposition dominate the whole day. The midfield was solid all match and didn’t give up at any stage. Under pressure they played their roles and kept their heads up and fought to the end.

Best: Cooper Bassett, Brodie Campbell, Charlie Shinners, Tyler Kirkbride, Vasili Papas.

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