Junior Match Reports Week 5

SUNDAY 13 MAY 2018

Under 8’s

Tooradin-Dalmore vs Berwick North

Once again our under 8’s had the pleasure of playing another great game against Berwick North at home today but with much better weather conditions this time, it’s so great to see how much both sides have improved in such a short time.

A huge shout out to Ryan Warn and Jai Kennedy who were both unstoppable on field today and some standout performances from Beau Fazzino, Noah Cooke, Cooper Brown and Connor Schreurs.

Goals: Jai Kennedy 3, Ryan Warn 3, Jack Rudeforth 2, Zander Simpson 2 with Blake Howlett and Tate Jagoe scoring 1 apiece.

Under 9’s

Berwick Red vs Tooradin-Dalmore

Awesome team work by the seagulls against Berwick Red. The seagulls worked hard in the centre roving every loose ball and looking down field for a teammate to handball or kick to. Lots of great marks today and extension kicks saw all the seagulls really working hard and attacking the ball all over the ground.

Well done! Goals Jack Alexander

Awards: Owen Birch, Maeve Goldberg, Tom Sherer, Dylan Kraskov, Nate Cuthbertson, Noah Baker, Ryken Kinna, Jack Alexander

Under 10’s

Tooradin-Dalmore vs Officer Blue

Today our boys took on Officer at home in excellent conditions. With one of the best team games we have played, we piled on the goals kicking 17 .5. 107 to Officer 0.0.0. to stay undefeated.

Awards won by Jack Gillespie. Chevy Simpson, Darcy Freeman, Jett Evans, Logan Brown, Will Murry, Hudson Rogers.  Well Done!  Go Seagulls

Under 11’s

NARRE WARREN 7.9-51 vs TOORADIN-DALMORE 3.1-19

Fantastic game from our under 11’s today against Narre Warren. All the players came out firing in the first quarter and we were up at quarter time.

We had a lot of stand out players which include BJ Bell, Sebastian Cooke, Jack Sherer, Daniel Martin, Callum Scorah, Brodi Armstrong and Kasy Deren. Today showed us that all the hard work at training is paying off on game day.

A Special mention and a get well soon goes to Brock Ryan, as he broke his arm in the second quarter giving his all for his team mates.

Even though we didn’t win, we are getting closer every week. Keep improving team, a win is not far away.

Under 12’s

BERWICK NORTH 7.5-47 vs TOORADIN-DALMORE 4.5-29

Last weekend we traveled to Timbarra Reserve to take on Berwick North. They came out of the blocks early and notched up a 26 point to 0 lead in the first quarter. To our boys credit we went on to keep them scoreless for the next two quarters with the boys in the midfield and backline proving what we are capable of and added 22 points to our score. In a hard fought last quarter with our boys keeping up the pace with some strong tackles and tough contests and kicking 1 goal, Berwick North managed to add a late 3 goals to take home the win. Best on ground in his best game so far was Aaron Knight along with bests for Hunter Cairns, Cooper Simpson, Koby Peck and Jordan Bury.

Awards this week went to Foti Ploudias, Harry Hardy, Jesse Sumner, Wil Studham, Jordan Bury, Aaron Knight, Ashtyn Paku, Cooper Simpson, Koby Peck and Hunter Cairns.

Our goal kickers were Aaron Knight 2, Foti Ploudias 1 and Jordan Bury 1.

Under 13’s

TOORADIN-DALMORE 1.1-7 vs BERWICK SPRINGS BLUE 10.10-70

Tooradin today hosted Berwick Springs Blue at home on a sunny Mother’s Day.

Having been elevated to Division 1 the team was going to be challenged and Berwick Springs started well with some early goals. The commitment to playing in front and chasing hard was positive and presented numerous opportunities for scoring. Tooradin’s only goal of the day came late in the first quarter courtesy of Jesse Craven, who picked up a loose ball from the pack and sent a soaring torpedo straight through the goals.

The second and third quarters were played with similar intensity and we managed to keep the opposition within range coming into the last quarter. Whilst the opposition kicked away in the last quarter there were some positives to be taken out of the game. Well done to Tyler Kirkbride and Matt Ward who the coaches thought played strong games.

Goals: Jesse Craven 1

Under 14’s

NARRE NORTH FOXES GREY 22.16-148 vs TOORADIN-DALMORE 0.2-2

Best players: Ben Sellings, Bailey Ray, Tadhg O’Riordan, Kyle Hernaut and Eden Genoni

Under 17’s

Berwick Springs Green 12.13-85 vs Tooradin-Dalmore 5.5-35

The boys from Tooradin headed on down to Berwick springs to play Berwick Springs green. In Sunday’s game we lost by 50 points, unfortunately for us, but fortunately for them Berwick Springs was the stronger team on the day. Today our boys welcomed 3 new players to our side.

We welcome Keith Piccardt-Corn, Lucas Peters and Benjamin Peters, great work boys. Well done to Benjamin 1st game with us and his best on ground. Keep it up.

Well done to our boys for keeping up a great fight better luck next week.

Goal kickers for the day saw Matthew Birnie kicking 2 goals and single goals to Robbie Loudon, Cian O’Riordan and Luke Townsend.

Junior Match Reports Week 4

Sunday 06 MAY 2018

Under 8’s

Nar Nar Goon vs Tooradin-Dalmore

On Sunday our Tooradin boys took on Nar Nar Goon at their home ground, so far Nar Nar Goon has been the best team we have played this season and definitely had our boys working very hard out on the field today, even with the challenge Blake Howlett, Tate Jagoe and Jack Rudeforth kicked some great goals and Cooper Brown and Kai Reeve a point each.

Under 9’s

Tooradin-Dalmore vs Berwick North

Round 4 saw the seagulls take to field ready for a tough game, we trained hard this week and had some key factors and tactics to put in place come game day. What an amazing team effort, we talked to team mates looked down field and tackled hard. Kane Angleton and Jack Alexander were outstanding as was Annie Holloway kicking 2 goals. Riley Peck showed that no ball was too hard to mark and is a massive contender for mark of the year. (Champion). Great work Seagulls.

Goals: Annie Holloway 2 Vijay Orsino, Jett Evans 1

Bests: Kane Angleton, Jack Alexander, Riley Peck, Annie Holloway, Cooper Webb, Vijay Orsino, Jayden Corn, Nate Cuthbertson

Under 10’s

Tooradin-Dalmore vs Beaconsfield White

On Sunday our boys took on Beaconsfield at home. With both teams undefeated this year and on a bigger ground, it was an awesome game from both teams. Displaying a great team effort our boys kept their winning streak going  winning  4.3.27 to Beaconsfield  2.5.17.

Awards: Joel Cochrane, Cody Ray, Jayden Worrell, Lucas Davies. Well done boys! Go Seagulls.

Under 11’s

Officer White 7.14-56 Vs Tooradin-Dalmore 1.0-6 

What a great game of football today we played some good footy against a tough opposition and all the boys and girl (Summah) were fantastic.

We had 3 new players today with Summah Boyd, Cooper Pasnin and Noah Harrington and all 3 played like they had been playing for years great effort to all.

Standout performers were BJ (Bevan Bell) Kasy Deren, Lenny Goldberg, Kade Howes, Alex Day, Brodi Armstrong and Summah Boyd.

Special mention to our new players with Summah Boyd, Cooper Pasnin and Noah Harrington all playing some awesome footy well done.

It was a hard fought game and we gave our all throughout the whole day.

And to Sebastian Cooke who missed out today because of a training injury it was sensational to have you cheering on in the box with us. Great work a win is not far off.

Under 12’s

Tooradin-Dalmore 3.4-22 Vs Koo Wee Rup 7.5-47

This week our under 12’s took on Koo Wee Rup at home. On a beautiful sunny afternoon at Rutter Park we had some amazing achievements with 4 of our players celebrating their 50 game milestone. Congratulations to Foti Ploudias, Mason Dicks, Hunter Cairns and Jesse Sumner.

We got away to a fast start kicking 3 goals to 0 but unfortunately the boys fell asleep and struggled to impact on the scoreboard after quarter time. The boys have shown they are good enough to mix it with the best of them but need to believe in themselves and back their abilities and not leave it to the few ones who consistently perform week in week out. Thanks to Jack Mannix for helping us out. Goal kickers with 1 goal each were Hunter Cairns, Brodie Alsemgeest and Foti Ploudias.

Best players were Merrick Stewart-Wells, Cooper Simpson, Jordan Bury, Aaron Knight, Hunter Cairns and Ashtyn Paku

Bit of hard work on the training track to turn it into a 4 quarter performance and we will show everyone what we are capable of.

Under 13’s

Cranbourne Blue 3.2-20 vs Tooradin-Dalmore 20.7-127 

Tooradin U13’s travelled to Camms Reserve on Sunday to take on Cranbourne after the bye last week.

The match provided great competition and the boys were challenged all game. Our starts have improved this year and we held a handy 4 goal lead at the end of the first quarter.

During the second and third terms the team started to bring each other into the contest with chains of handballs, strong tackling and a great intensity at the ball.

The last quarter was a great display from all the boys, with goals to some new players and we eventually ran out winners.

Congratulations to Brodie Campbell, Anthony Miruata, Cooper Bassett, Jordyn Boyd and Josh Shipton who all received awards.

Under 14’s

Tooradin-Dalmore 1.1-7 vs Lyndhurst 19.10-124

On Sunday our under 14’s took on Koo Wee Rup at home. We knew this was going to be a hard game with Koo Wee Rup being a very strong team.

Although the score didn’t reflect the game the boys played well as a team, strong tackles and some really great passages of play. Jayden Govaars kicking our only goal for the game. Coach Paul Ray was happy with the boys’ effort and had some positive words at the end of the game although we didn’t get the win.  If all train well and play like they want to be out there, then the win will eventually come for us and that’s what the boys need to keep in the back on their mind.

Best Players: Ben Sellings, Eden Genoni, Bailey Ray, Kye De Little and Brodie Simpson.

Goals: Jayden Govaars

Under 17’s

Pakenham Blue 2.2-14 vs Tooradin-Dalmore 12.18-90

We ventured down to Pakenham on Sunday to take on the boys of Pakenham Blue.

Unfortunately we only fielded 17 players; however the boys still managed to put in a good strong performance and come away with a strong win.

Without an interchange bench they still managed to play strong footy right to the final siren, an amazing effort. It was a good strong all round performance by the Tooradin boys. They worked amazingly well as a team and everyone played a great role in sealing our second win.

Some amazing kicking skills from our forwards with Max Kendell being our highest goal scorer, followed by some great kicking by Luke Townsend, between them kicking 9 goals of our 12.

Our goal kickers with an amazing 6 goals by Max Kendell, 3 goals Luke Townsend and 1 goal each to Cian O’Riordan, Jack Jenkins and Matthew Birnie. Keep up the great work. Go Seagulls.

Junior Match Reports Week 3

Sunday 29 April 2018

Under 8’s

Bye Week

Under 9’s

Hampton Park vs Tooradin-Dalmore

A very close game today only a point in it saw both teams have to work hard all over the ground. Noah Baker and Nate Cuthbertson tackled like the professionals, Owen Birch rovered like a true champion and was seen numerous times on the bottom of the pack. Great team work by the seagulls today with plenty of handballs and kicks hitting the chests of teammates. Great job guys we are all so proud of you.

Bests: Jack Alexander, Tom Sherer, Owen Birch, Cooper Webb and Kane Angleton

Goals: Annie Holloway, Charlie Burgess, Tom Sherer, Kane Angleton.

Under 10’s

Hampton Park vs Tooradin-Dalmore

Today our boys took on Hampton Park at their home ground. In the best team game we have played so far, we looked for each other with hand and foot and that showed on the scoreboard. Seagulls 11.9.75 to Hampton Park 0.1.1

Awards won by Cody Ray, Darcy Freeman, Sam Kovac, Tommy Dowell and Jett Evans. Well done boys. Go Seagulls!

Under 11’s

Tooradin-Dalmore 2.2-14 Vs Berwick White 12.5-77

What can I say the boy’s turned up to play today and play their hearts out they did. It has been a challenging period being in division 2 but again we never gave up and kicked a few goals as well.

Congratulations to Curtis Watts on playing 50 games. We had a banner for all the boy’s to run through before the game and they loved it!

Fantastic achievement Curtis!

We had some standout game’s from Riley Fengler, Curtis Watts, Bevan Bell, Kasy Deren, Lenny Goldberg and Brock Ryan in the middle with great support from Kade Howes, Brodi Armstrong and Cody Ray in defense. It was really pleasing to see everyone have a red hot crack today and all the boy’s playing in their positions and doing everything asked of them. Great stuff boys

Once again I would like to thank all our volunteers for your help without any of you our games would not be possible thank you all.

Under 12’s

Lyndhurst 2.2-14 vs Tooradin-Dalmore 8.11-59

On a beautiful Sunday morning our under 12’s headed to Marriott Waters to take on Lyndhurst in the round 3 clash. Lyndhurst got on the board with an early first goal but our boys gathered and produced some amazing team plays and kicked the next 2 to go into the quarter time break with the lead. We came out even stronger in the next two quarters kicking 5 goals and kept Lyndhurst scoreless. With an amazing mark by Aaron Knight, excellent team plays by all our boys and some awesome tackles by Cooper Simpson we took home the win. While all our boys had an awesome game our best players were Jordan Bury, Aaron Knight, Cooper Simpson, Mason Dicks, Ashtyn Paku, Koby Peck, Josh Iannantuono, Jesse Sumner, Harry Hardy and Hunter Cairns.

Goals: Cooper Simpson 3, Jordan Bury 2, and one a piece to Harry Hardy, Aaron Knight and Jesse Sumner.

Under 13’s

Bye Week

Under 14’s

Tooradin-Dalmore 4.5-29 vs Lyndhurst 11.19-85

Today the under 14’s took on Lyndhurst at home the sun was shining and we were hoping to get a win on the board. Unfortunately this wasn’t going to happen. We came out with Bailey Ray getting the 1st goal on the board. The boys played a good 1st quarter and then let themselves go for the rest of the game letting Lyndhurst run free and couldn’t catch them they were quick but our boys just couldn’t chase or nail strong tackles. It’s disappointing for them as they are a better team than this so a few hard training sessions this week to hopefully get a win next week and get the boys confidence back up.

Goal Kickers – Bailey Ray 2 and Tyler Evans 2

Best players – Charlie Hobson, Charlie Ogier, Brock Marshal, Bailey Ray and Kye De Little.

Under 17’s

Fountain Gate White 13.11-89 vs Tooradin-Dalmore 4.6-30

The first quarter was very much an even playing field with both sides showing some great tackling and marks, with both teams kicking a goal in each in the opening term.

The second quarter Tooradin showed some great ability and they took charge kicking 3 goals 3 keeping the boys from Fountain Gate on their toes.

Unfortunately after half time Fountain gate exerted strength and kicked away to take the win.

Our goal kickers for the day kicking 1 goal each were

Austin Hernaut, Cian O’Riordan, Robbie Loudon and Luke Townsend.

Junior Match Reports Week 2

Sunday 22 April 2018

Under 8’s

Tooradin-Dalmore vs Berwick North

Once again another outstanding performance from our Tooradin under 8’s boys today, it was so good seeing them all out on the field having so much fun and working fantastic together as a team which achieved a total of 14 goals for the day …. Keep up the great work boys!!!!

Under 9’s

Tooradin-Dalmore vs Cranbourne Gold

What a great game in perfect conditions. Cranbourne came out strong but the Seagulls worked hard and fought back displaying some fantastic marking and kicking skills. Annie Holloway and Maeve Goldberg were amazing in the back line applying lots of pressure and really made the eagles work hard to score whilst Charlie burgess and Ryken Kinna showed some magic foot work and tackles through the centre. Well done Seagulls a great game by all of you.

Goals Vijay Orsino, Charlie Burgess, Noah Baker, Jett Evans.

Best players:  Ryken Kinna, Annie Holloway, Charlie Burgess, Noah Baker, Dylan Kraskov, Jayden Corn, Maeve Goldberg, Nate Cuthbertson.

Under 10’s

Tooradin-Dalmore vs Parkmore

On Sunday  we played Parkmore at home in excellent conditions this was the first time we have played them and our boys put on a great team effort to win with a very comfortable margin. With all the boys sharing the ball in positions we had 10 goal kickers for the game.

Awards went to Cody Mannix, Logan Brown, Hudson Rogers, Jack Gillespie, Sam Kovac, Lucas Davies.  Go Seagulls!

Under 11’s

Tooradin-Dalmore 0.2-2 vs Lyndhurst Orange 10.10-70

On a glorious day for football our boy’s came out running against a tough opposition.

Our captain Thomas Rudeforth came in with an injury but played out the game awesome effort Tommy.

While we didn’t hit the scoreboard often not one of our boy’s gave up all day with standout game’s to Lenny Goldberg, Bevan Bell, Jack Sherer, Kade Howes, Brock Ryan, Kasy Deren, Cody Ray and our newest recruit Alex Day. Fantastic game boys.

A huge thank you to all of our volunteers and also the 4 boys who helped us out today

Jack Sherer,  Cody Mannix, Chevy Simpson and Jack Gillespie great game lads thanks again.

While we look ahead to next week I would also like to thank all of our fantastic sponsors without your support we would be up against it so thank you all so much

Under 12’s

Cora Lynn 3.2-20 vs Tooradin-Dalmore 1.6-12

After a huge win last week the Tooradin boys came crashing down against Cora Lynn this week. Cora Lynn jumped away to and early lead really making our boys work hard for every possession. To the Tooradin boys’ credit they clawed their way back in the second half stopping Cora Lyn from even scoring. With some hard work on the training track the boys will bounce back.

Best players: Jordan Bury, Cooper Simpson, Ashtyn Paku, Aaron Knight, Merrick Stewart-Wells.

Goal Kicker – Cooper Simpson.

Under 13’s

Tooradin-Dalmore 18.5-113 vs Narre North Foxes Grey 2.0-12

Tooradin U13’s took on Narre North Foxes at Rutter Park in the late game of the day. After last week was played in wet and windy conditions, today was perfect weather for footy.

The first quarter was a tight contest and it took a dominant performance from Anthony Mirauta in front of goal, to ensure we took a strong lead into quarter time.

The Tooradin midfield was able to take control of the centre clearances early and the teams trademark of using teammates and defensive pressure at both ends, ensured that we stayed on top at half time.

The second half gave the coaches an opportunity to move players around, which resulted in everyone being able to play their part whether in the ruck or at fullback and it was pleasing to see the even spread of goal kickers by the end of the game.

There has been terrific growth by the team in the past 12 months and we look forward to seeing where the season takes them.

Goals: Anthony Mirauta 5, Panos Papas 4, Liam Simpson 3, Tylor Dalgleish 2, Brodie Matthews 2, Matthew Ward 1, Bailey Wear 1.

Under 14’s

Berwick Blue 18.15-123 vs Tooradin-Dalmore 1.2-8

After last weeks close game the boys were keen to get out there and try for a win. With the opposition starting strongly we were put on the back foot and played catch up for most of the game. Showing great teamwork and some promising sets of plays we have something to build on before next week. Our goal kicker was Ryan Philp. Best players: Brock Marshall, Jayden Govaars, Riley Watts, Matthew Chapman and Charlie Ogier.

Under 17’s

Tooradin-Dalmore 2.1-13 vs Beaconsfield Gold 23.12-150

On Sunday in perfect sunny Melbourne weather Tooradin took on Beaconsfield Gold at home. Valiant efforts were shown by the boys. Some stand out players of the day were Jack Jenkins who played hard all day taking lots of possessions and constantly running hard and into the play. Glen Sieben fought well in the back line even carrying an injury in the last quarter refused to give in. Max Kendell showed a strong work rate making and winning contests around the ground.

Although our Tooradin boys lost, great spirit was shown and lessons learnt. Our goal kickers for the day,  Joseph Spano and Lachlan McLeod with 1 goal each.

Junior Match Reports Week 1

Sunday 15 April 2018

Under 8’s

A fantastic effort from our Tooradin under 8s today, with really tough weather conditions they played an amazing first game.

A huge shoutout to Blake Howlett, Koby Lieuwen and Zander Simpson for scoring a goal each and Connor Schreurs  for scoring a point.. Well done!!!!

Under 9’s

With tough conditions and a lot of players unavailable the under 9’s played well. A special mention to Annie Holloway for an outstanding game and Noah Baker for scoring a point . A big thank you to the under 8’s for filling in, also we wish Jack Alexander a speedy recovery thanks

Under 10’s

Today was the first round of the new season our under 10’s played Noble Park first up in a hard game the boys got home by 1 point 3 3 21 to 3 2 20. Next we played Fountain Gate in a great team game we won by 12 points to win both games. Well done to all the boys. Go Seagulls!

Under 11’s

Berwick Springs Green 11.14-80 vs Tooradin-Dalmore 2.0-12

On cold and wet conditions our Under11’s put in a great effort for our 1st game of the season.

Awesome leadership from Tommy Dowel our captain with Kasy Deren and Brock Ryan backing him up as Vice Captain’s.

It was a tough day against a good opposition but we did have some fantastic footy played with Lenny and Jett both kicking goals for us. The boy’s never gave up all day with standout games by Lenny Goldberg, Jett Evans, Kasy Deren, Kade Howes and Bevan Bell. Special mention to Callum Scorah who walked an injured opponent off the ground super display of sportsmanship well done mate.

Well done boys! A massive thank you to all the volunteers for today’s efforts.

Under 12’s

Tooradin-Dalmore 18.11-119 vs North Dandenong 0.2-2

Tooradin under 12’s started their new season today in wet and windy conditions at Rutter Park, Tooradin. With our two co captains Aaron Knight and Cooper Simpson leading the charge we took on a shorthanded North Dandenong team. But with great sportsmanship our players bolstered their ranks so a game could be played. Our team connected well and put weeks of training into action in a one sided match. Congratulations to Matthew Huxtable on playing his 50th game for the Seagulls kicking 1 goal.

Other goal scores were Aaron Knight 3, Cooper Simpson 3, Jay Petersen 2, Jordan Bury 2, Ashtyn Paku 2, Lachlan Plant 2, Merrick Stewart-Wells 1, Foti Ploudias 1 and with his first goal of his career, Brodie Alsemgeest.

Under 13’s

Lyndhurst 0.0-0 vs Tooradin-Dalmore 6.11-47

Our season opener away to Lyndhurst was played in true footy conditions; wet, windy and with a muddy centre square. With 5 new faces and a new coach, the team was keen to put their preseason learnings into practice.

It was a solid contest from the first bounce with new and old players combining to score early and set the tone for the remainder of the match. Lyndhurst fought valiantly all game and the Tooradin players were constantly working hard to gain possession from the stoppages and in contested play. Today’s performance was a true team effort and it was great to see the level of enjoyment the boys had in their first match back.

Goals: Anthony Mirauta 3, Vasili Papas 1, Charlie Shinners 1, Jesse Craven 1.

Under 14’s

Tooradin-Dalmore 4.2-26 vs Beaconsfield Gold 4.12-36

Round 1 well what a day to start back at footy… rain wind you name it Melbourne had it all.

Today our under 14’s took on Beaconsfield Gold, the boys came out strong and showed determination and showed they were eager to play football. First goal of the game was kicked by Ben Sellings, this gave the boys a nice confidence boost to then kick the next goal by Jayden Govaars. The rain continued to pour down but we kept on going. We had quiet 2nd quarter letting Beaconsfield kick 9 behinds. The 3rd quarter we came back with 2 more goals, 1 by Ryan Ilbery and another one to Jayden Govaars. Unfortunately Beaconsfield came back at us in 4th winning by 10 points. Coach Paul Ray was happy with boys’ effort and hoping for a win next week.

Best players -Tyler Evans, Brock Marshall, Charlie Ogier, Ben Sellings and Kye de Little

Under 17’s

Tooradin-Dalmore 10.9-69 vs Berwick Blue 2.5-17

Today was not only opening round for junior football, but also the first round of competitive football at Tooradin’s new junior ground at Rutter Park Memorial Reserve.

The under 17’s took on Berwick Blue and the won the first premiership point game played at Rutter park. On a cold, wet and windy morning the boys performed at a high level, showing that their hard work during pre season is paying off. Working together as team which helped them get up. Returning this season for Tooradin Matthew Birnie made his presence felt by showing courageous effort by taking some of the games great high flying marks and kicking 4 goals. Robbie Loudon showed some great fast running play breaking the lines.

Our goal kickers for the day as mentioned were with a remarkable 4 goals Matthew Birnie with a further. 2 goals for Cian O’Riordan, Single goal kickers: Robbie Loudon, Jack Jenkins, Corey Potrich and Ned Harrison

Well done boys!

Our New Look Website

Welcome to Tooradin-Dalmore Football Club’s new website.

Add your selected games to your choice of App (apple, outlook, google calendar)
View Fixture Games
See where your team is playing and a map to the ground
Find out the end of Round results
League Ladder for your team

Countdowns – Fixtures – Scores – Event Updates and more – Every Team – Every Division – Even the opposition!! Track them to see who their best are and how they stack up each quarter to the final siren !

The Resilience Project

The Tooradin Dalmore Football and Netball Clubs are thrilled to be hosting Martin Heppell from The Resilience Project next Wednesday 7th February. The Resilience Project work with many groups throughout Australia including schools, elite sporting groups (AFL, NRL, Australian Netball, Cricket and Soccer teams), local sporting groups and corporate groups.

The mission of The Resilience Project is to teach positive mental health strategies. We are extremely lucky to have such an in-demand speaker presenting to our clubs and are grateful for our committees’ support and backing for such a night to go ahead.

This session is taking place at the Tooradin Sports Club and will begin at 6:30pm. This night is not just for our players. We are also inviting all of our sponsors, supporters, partners and parents of players, extended families and even close friends along to this event as the presentation is broader than just sport. It will offer some fascinating insights and strategies which we can all benefit from in our everyday lives. I can’t emphasize enough how big of an opportunity this is for us all and promise a highly motivating and engaging presentation. Due to some content, we ask that only those 15 years and older attend the evening.

For any players or supporters, we haven’t seen down at the club in 2018 yet, this would be a great opportunity to get down to the club and experience a great night and begin your year with a bang.

Junior Registration Day

Take the opportunity to meet the Committee and share in the family friendly atmosphere that is Tooradin Dalmore Football Club.

Come along and join in the fun.

Join your coaches and have some fun with footy!

FACEBOOK EVENT

DATE: Friday 8th December, 2017

TIME: 5:00pm – 8:00pm

or second change on

DATE: Sunday 18th February, 2018

TIME: 1:00pm – 3:00pm

Location: Tooradin & Districts Sport Club

South Gippsland Highway, Tooradin

Official Club Statement

After the events of the weekend at the Gippsland B&S Ball the Tooradin Dalmore Football Netball Club Committee have been working with Narre Warren police investigating the 2 fights that unfolded at the end of the night. We are all horrified about what unfolded after 7 peaceful B&S balls and our thoughts are with the victims through these hard times, we can not comment any further until charges are laid and the investigation is completed.

There was also a small minority of football players involved in some obscene behaviour and we have been investigating this internally. We have identified these people and they have been sanctioned and fined for there behaviour. TDFNC are getting these players the help they need with enforcing all players involved to take part in programs and counselling that will educate them about there behaviour being unacceptable. In no way do the TDNFC condone the actions of the small minority of players, we are a Proud Family Club with a lot of great people who donate a lot of there time and everyone is very disappointed that the actions of a few have painted the entire club in a bad way.