Sunday 21 JUly 2019
Under 8’s Tooradin-Dalmore vs Narre North Foxes Black
Tooradin-Dalmore 10 7 67 Narre North Foxes Black 8 5 53
Sunday’s match was terrific against Narre North. Earlier in the season this team took out a great lead against the Under 8’s Seagulls. Today’s game showed just how well the seagulls have progressed in the competition this season, by keeping the opposition working hard for the ball. There was excellent efforts all-round the ground. Sharing the ball, and anticipating what WAs happening in the game, all helped keep the Seagulls in great form. It was an amazing game to watch. This team has gone from strength to strength for their first season. Everyone getting their hands on the ball today, making it a great team win against Narre North by 14 points. Awesome efforts under 8’s! Go Seagulls!
Goals- Tate Jagoe 3, Brock Bydder 3, Ryder Langley 2, Brodie Trounson 1, Kobi Holdsworth 1.
Awards- Kobi Holdsworth. Archer Gillespie. Koby McLeod.
Under 9’s Tooradin-Dalmore vs Berwick North
Tooradin-Dalmore 2 10 22 Berwick North 13 8 86
The under manned Seagulls faced Berwick North at Rutter park this week in windy conditions. Berwick got the jump on the boys in the first quarter, with the 2nd and 3rd quarter we were very competitive. Berwick got away in the last with a 6 goal quarter. Goals: 2 goals to Blake Howlett and 1 to Koby Lieuwen.
Under 10’s Tooradin-Dalmore vs Lyndhurst Blue
Tooradin-Dalmore 5 6 36 Lyndhurst Blue 3 3 21
Great game in the under 10’s, the gulls showed off their speed and superb skills. Ball movement was brilliant again this week as was their fantastic team spirit. Well done each week you guys just get better and better can’t wait to see what future football holds for you all.
Bests: Owen Birch, Noah Baker, Charlie Burgess, Ryken Kinna, Jack Alexander
Goals: 1 Kane Angleton, Charlie Burgess, Will Murray, Vijay Orsino, Tom Sherer
Under 11’s Tooradin-Dalmore vs Lyndhurst Orange
Tooradin-Dalmore 5 7 37 Lyndhurst Orange 4 3 27
Round 12 seen the under 11s taking on Lyndhurst at Rutter Park. Lyndhurst got the early jump kicking the first 2 goals with the wind before Tooradin kicked steadier. The second and third quarters where a real arm wrestle with Lyndhurst taking a slight lead into 3 quarter time. The final quarter seen Tooradin roar to life and dominate the quarter with their relentless pressure to lock it in there forward 50. Finally piling on 3 goals to run out 10 point winners.
Goals: Jayden Worrall 2, Hudson Rodgers 1, Mathew Simpson 1 , Lucas Davies 1
Awards: Lincoln Schreurs, Matthew Simpson, Connor Schreurs, Logan Brown, Luke Lombard, Samuel Kovac, Toby Bagnato
Under 12’s Noble Park vs Tooradin-Dalmore
Noble Park 5 3 33 Tooradin-Dalmore 2 3 15
Sunday we played away at Ross Reserve and the first quarter Brock Ryan as our ruckman kept winning the hits outs and he also put us first on the score board with the first goal of the game. Well done Brock for winning pretty much all the hit outs. Every player yesterday knew it was going to be a tough game playing against the second team, last time we played we got smashed, yesterday proved that if we play as a team and they all put in effort they have the potential to beat top teams.
Another stand out to the game was Kasy Deren who played one of his best games of the year and everywhere the ball was he was there to win the ball to our end. Jett Lowndes also played one of his best games of the year with some great marks and going in hard. I could mention so many but everyone played fantastic and should be so proud of their game even though we lost, to our coaches it was a win to us. All the parents were so happy with how we played yesterday and we walked off smiling because it was a very close game. Let’s take this game as a big positive and show that we still have a chance to beat the top team. A massive congratulations to Sebastian Cooke who played his 50th game.
Awards: Kasy Deren, Brock Ryan, Brodi Armstrong, Sebastian Cooke, Curtis Watts, Tyson Lovitt, Jett Lowndes and Chase Mackrell
Goals: Brock Ryan and Jack Sherer
GO SEAGULLS LET’S MAKE OUR LAST GAME A WIN! WE CAN DO IT!
Under 13’s Tooradin-Dalmore vs Berwick North
Tooradin-Dalmore 2 5 17 Berwick North 9 8 62
Well perfect conditions for Koby Peck, Jakob Martin and Ashtyn Paku playing their 50th games today. The sun was out and the ball out of our hands and in the hands of Berwick north for most of the game. We came out fighting in the second quarter to keep them scoreless but they just over run us in the 3rd and taking a 40 point lead heading into the last quarter. We didn’t manage the win but we still kept trying. Also a massive thanks to Joel Cochrane and Matt Simpson for playing up for us – we really appreciate your help.
Goal kicker was Jack Mannix with 2 goals
Award winners this week : Ashtyn Paku, Lachlan Plant, Aaron Knight, Koby Peck, Jessie Sumner, Mason Dicks, Tyler Sheridan, Jack Mannix, Merrick Stewart-Wells, Brodie Alsemgeest, Joel Cochrane, Matt Simpson & Foti Ploudias.
Under 14’s Beaconsfield Blue vs Tooradin-Dalmore
Beaconsfield Blue 5 2 32 Tooradin-Dalmore 2 5 17
Today we travelled to Upper Beaconsfield to take on Beaconsfield Blue. With finals approaching it was important that the team secured a win after recent losses.
The first quarter saw Beaconsfield get off to a strong start and put on early goals. Tooradin was able to hit the scoreboard, when Jessie Craven returning from injury snapped from a pack to reduce the margin to 11 pts.
The second quarter was a tight contest with limited scoring. Tooradin had the majority of the play but was unable to convert any goals.
During the third term Tooradin’s backline continued to work hard only conceding 1 goal from multiple Beaconsfield forward entries. Tooradin was still in the contest and the coach rallied the team to give it their all in the last term.
The majority of the play was in Tooradin’s forward half all quarter. Brodie Campbell conveyed a set shot from a strong pack mark and reduced the margin back to 15pts. The backline held Beaconsfield scoreless in the last half but time ran out and Beaconsfield were worthy winners on the day.
Congratulations to Charlie Shinners who played his 100th game and was in the best players for the day.
Goals: Jesse Craven 1, Brodie Campbell 1.