Sunday 2 JUNE 2019
Under 8’s Cranbourne Blue vs Tooradin-Dalmore
Cranbourne Blue 9 8 62 Tooradin-Dalmore 9 5 59
Under 8’s played an away game on Sunday against Cranbourne Blue. There was some really strong competition in the opposition today which kept the Seagulls working hard to get the ball. Some amazing kicking, precise marking and some great talking between players. These kids worked very hard to get in the lead. They were challenged well in the 3rd quarter, and worked even harder in the final quarter to close the gap kicking some amazing goals. Cranbourne Blue taking out the win by a tiny 3 points. Congratulations to Brock on not only your first goal, but then kicking another 3 right after!
Well done team, a very strong game!
Goal kickers – Brock Bydder 4, Brax Lowndes 3, Max Lyne 2
Awards – Brock Bydder, Max Lyne, Chad Stevens
Under 9’s Officer Black vs Tooradin-Dalmore
Officer Black 12 13 85 Tooradin-Dalmore 0 1 1
This week our boys took on Officer Black at their home ground. Although the score didn’t reflect the game the boys played well as a team, strong tackles and some really great passages of play. Well done seagulls!!!
Awards this week – Noah Cooke, Beau Fazzino, Cooper Brown and Kai Reeves
Under 10’s Tooradin-Dalmore vs Endeavour Falcons
Tooradin-Dalmore 12 7 79 Endeavour Falcons 4 1 25
What a fantastic game on Sunday! You know that your team are working well together when you have 9 different goal kickers!! Lots of hard work and fight went into Sunday’s game and we had multiple reports from people in the club and from the Endeavour Falcons saying how great the whole team played! Special mention to Annia Holloway who absolutely smashed it. Keep working hard and looking out for your teammates. Seagulls you are on fire!
Bests: Annie Holloway, Charlie Burgess, Bodhi Dean, Kane Angleton and Owen Birch.
Goals: 2 each for Jack Alexander, Bodhi Dean and Will Murray, 1 each for Kane Angleton, Owen Birch, Charlie Burgess, Dylan Kraskov, Maeve Goldberg and Annie Holloway.
Under 11’s Lyndhurst Orange vs Tooradin-Dalmore
Lyndhurst Orange 2 3 15 Tooradin-Dalmore 3 6 24
Round 7 seen the boys away against Lyndhurst at Marriott Waters oval. The game was an arm wrestle all day with both teams really having a crack in the low scoring game. Lead by the relentless run of the midfielders the seagulls managed to run out winners by 9 points. Well done boys!
Goals: Deegan Anderson 2, Dylan Blake 1
Awards: Jack Gillespie, Deegan Anderson, Hudson Rogers, Toby Bagnato, Jayden Worrall, Logan Brown
Under 12’s Tooradin-Dalmore vs Beaconsfield White
Tooradin-Dalmore 0 0 0 Beaconsfield White 13 6 78
Tooradin played Beaconsfield White at Rutter Park on Sunday. Our boys/girl played as hard as they could but Beaconsfield were too strong for us this time around and went home with the 4 points. All our boys/girl should be proud of their efforts and not let this loss put us back out of the competition. Congratulations to Thomas Rudeforth and Kade Howes on their 50th games. Best players: Brock Ryan, Lenny Goldberg, Kasy Deren, Brendan Vandborg and Curtis Watts. GO SEAGULLS!
Under 13’s Tooradin-Dalmore vs Berwick Springs Blue
Tooradin-Dalmore 2 6 18 Berwick Springs Blue 8 4 52
Round 7 had the boys fighting against the top side in Div 2. First quarter had us playing catch up but second quarter we came out fired up, tackling, marking and kicking goals with Harry Hardy kicking our first goal, well done Harry! From there we were hard at it for the rest of the game. The boys didn’t give up once and were working as a well-oiled machine, unfortunately it didn’t show in the final score. Big congratulations to Wil Studham on playing his 50th today.
Goal kickers: Harry Hardy & Jack Mannix
Awards went to Harry Hardy, Aaron Knight, Jessie Sumner, Mason Dicks, Jack Mannix, Daniel Taweel, Wil Studham, Blake Davies, Merrick Stewart-Wells & Matthew Huxtable
Enjoy your long weekend and bring on round 8! Well done Seagulls!
Under 14’s Cranbourne Blue vs Tooradin-Dalmore
Cranbourne Blue 8 4 52 Tooradin-Dalmore 8 11 59
Tooradin Dalmore travelled to Camms Rd Reserve to take on Cranbourne Blue.
Having not played Cranbourne before it was hard to know what to expect. The first quarter saw Tooradin score quickly from centre clearances. Panos Papas was lively in the forward line and proved accurate in front of goal, giving us a handy lead. Cranbourne applied plenty of pressure around the contest and was able to score against the wind and the run of play.
The second term saw Cranbourne start to assert itself in the middle and were able to get on top of the Tooradin midfield. This resulted in some quick scoring and the margin quickly reduced to 16 points.
With a challenge from the coach at half time to lift their work rate around the ball, the mids started to win the footy in the packs and combining with our wings started to provide the Tooradin forwards more opportunities. Panos Papas continued his straight kicking and along with Brodie Campbell & Jai Williams extended our lead.
The final quarter saw Cranbourne kicking with the wind and when their midfield started to win clearances, they kicked 3 quick goals to draw within one point. With only two minutes remaining Tooradin’s midfield won a crucial centre clearance, drove the ball into our forward line and Brodie Campbell finished a best on ground performance by winning a disputed ball and calmly going back and kicking the winning goal.
A great effort by the team under intense pressure from the opposition all day.
Goals: Panos Papas 4, Brodie Campbell 3, Jai Williams 1.