Sunday 19 MAY 2019
Under 8’s Narre North Foxes Black vs Tooradin-Dalmore
Narre North Foxes Black 10 5 65 Tooradin-Dalmore 7 9 51
Our team was put up two levels into Division 1. The boys played their first game at this level and worked hard. They had some great competition to really put their skill level to the test. Narre North Foxes were the stronger team on ground taking out the win. The boys did really well trying to keep the ball at their end, really doing their best and closing the gap in scores in the last quarter. All the kids should be very proud of themselves.
Special mention to Brodie Trounson, Lachie Giles & Luke Kraskov for your efforts today. Well done to all the team.
Under 9’s Berwick North vs Tooradin-Dalmore
Berwick North 4 6 30 Tooradin-Dalmore 7 1 43
All boys played great on the weekend. Fantastic to see the boys all supporting each other and their hard work at training shining through at the games!! All the boys skills are coming along so well and the team work they show when they score a goal is fantastic to see!! Keep it up boys!!
Goal kickers: Kye Hughes 3, Jai Kennedy 2, Beau Fazzino 1, Jack Alexander 1, Connor Schreurs 1
Awards: Kye Hughes, Koby Lieuwen, Luke Iannantuono, Jack Alexander, Beau Fazzino
Under 10’s Berwick North vs Tooradin-Dalmore
Berwick North 3 4 22 Tooradin-Dalmore 5 10 40
Woohoo seagulls! Couldn’t be prouder of all of you today. First game without zones and you absolutely smashed it. Well done, your ability to listen, understand and follow instructions was amazing today, can’t wait to see what the rest of the season brings. Special thanks to Jack Rudeforth and Cooper Brown for filling in for us.
Bests: Annie Holloway, Will Murray, Kane Angleton, Jack Alexander, Noah Baker.
Goals: 2 Jack Alexander 1 Charlie Burgess, Tom Sherer, Jack Rudeforth.
Under 11’s Narre South Lions Navy vs Tooradin-Dalmore
Narre South Lions Navy 7 6 48 Tooradin-Dalmore 6 9 45
Round 5 saw the boys back in action and moving up a division. After a goalless first quarter Tooradin broke the game open with a 4 goal second quarter. Narre South came back hard in the 3rd quarter going on a 6 goal run. The boys responded in the last kicking the only 2 goals of the quarter but fell short by 3 points. Super effort In the last quarter for the boys to fight back.
Goals – Cody Ray 3, Hudson Rogers 2, Deegan Anderson 1
Awards – Curtis Watts, Kasey Deren, Lucas Davies, Dylan Blake, Zac Lovitt, Matthew Simpson
Under 12’s BYE
Under 13’s Tooradin-Dalmore vs Cora Lynn
Tooradin-Dalmore 7 8 50 Cora Lynn 7 2 44
Well what a game it was on Sunday. Perfect condition as we took to the field against Cora Lynn at home. Sun was out and our boys were hungry for the ball and eager to get those goals on the board and that they did. With a flying start we managed to take the lead and hold onto it for the whole game. All boys played an amazing game, showing great team work and determination.
Goals kickers for the day were Koby Peck, Aaron Knight, Tyler Sheridan, Mason Dicks, Josh Iannantuono.
Awards went to Aaron Knight, Josh Iannantuono, Mason Dicks, Jakob Martin, Daniel Taweel, Merrick Stewart-Wells, Matthew Huxtable, Jack Sherer, Lenny Goldberg and Tyler Sheridan. All round a amazing day by the boys and a great win
Well done Seagulls!
Under 14’s Tooradin-Dalmore vs Beaconsfield Blue
Tooradin-Dalmore 5 5 35 Beaconsfield Blue 2 3 15
Tooradin hosted Beaconsfield Blue at home on Sunday. The Tooradin midfield started strongly and with early centre clearances were able to provide multiple forward 50 entries.
Liam Simpson playing at full forward used good positioning and took two strong marks in front of goal. He converted both kicks and the team took an 11pt lead into the quarter time break. The second term started as a real arm wrestle with neither side able to hot the scoreboard. The game was temporarily suspended when an accidental clash between two Beaconsfield players resulted in one being taken to hospital with concussion.
The game resumed in the 3rd term and Beaconsfield started to get more drive in their forward line. The Tooradin backline who had combined well all day managed to keep Beaconsfield goalless in the quarter. Tooradin’s only goal of the quarter was from a long range kick from Tyler Kirkbride which was great reward from a player who is always competing. In the final term Beaconsfield continued to pressure the Tooradin backline and started to get on top. They converted their opportunities and put on two unanswered goals to reduce the margin to a goal. The Tooradin midfielders continued to battle and provide run across the ground and when Panos Papas converted, followed by Brodie Matthews, the game was out of reach for Beaconsfield.
Goals: Liam Simpson 2, Brodie Matthews 1, Panos Papas 1, Tyler Kirkbride 1.
Well done to all the boys on their win! Go Seagulls.