Category: Junior News 2021

Junior Match Reports Round 4

Sunday 9 MAY 2021

Under 8’s

Tooradin-Dalmore vs Narre North Foxes

Tooradin-Dalmore        5          2          32
Narre North             5          5          35

The under 8s took on Narre North Foxes at Rutter Park on Sunday and what an entertaining game of football we witnessed. Both teams moved the ball around the ground at a very high standard which kept the crowd entertained.

Narre North got the momentum early and held onto a comfortable lead for the entire first half. The game had skill, speed, teamwork and physical contests with both teams going hard at the ball.

The second half saw the young gulls get into their rhythm and with much better use of handball started to gain the advantage. The third quarter saw the game played in our forward zone for the majority of the quarter- with some clever play from our forwards we managed to sneak in front at the last break. The young gulls eager as ever wanted to finish the game on a high note- they did this and managed to hang on for a very close two-point victory.

The young gulls never gave up and kept playing right up until the final siren. Excellent team effort

Under 9’s

Tooradin-Dalmore vs Officer White

Tooradin-Dalmore       4          3          27
Officer White          9          3          57

Our Under 9’s had put up a fight on Sunday against Officer white who came out firing with 4 straight goals in the first quarter, which left the boys determined to get a score on the board & that’s exactly what they did. Our last quarter was epic to watch as we had some awesome play with Taj McLeod taking out some spectacular marks and converting them to 3 goals.

Goal scores: Taj McLeod 3, Nate Wilson 1

Awards went to Jake Van der Hayden, Jaxx Fazzino, Jack Payne

Under 10’s

Tooradin-Dalmore vs Narre South Lions Navy

Tooradin-Dalmore FC      5    4    34
Narre South Lions Navy   2    1    13

On Sunday the boys found a team that was matching them all over the ground. With only 1 Point scored in the first quarter, the boys had to dig deep to get a shot at goals.

With the footy going back and forth all day, every player had a good go at getting a touch. Tooradin were able to kick a couple of goals in the second quarter to open a small lead into half time. Third quarter was an even hit out again with both sides kicking 1.1. In the last it was all Tooradin, with a slight breeze the boys kicked away to cement another win.
Great job today boys let’s hope we continue to get challenged like today.

Best – Brax Lowndes, Tate Jagoe, Lachie Giles
Goals – Koby McLeod 2, Chad Stevens 1, Brodie Trounson 1, Tate Jagoe 1.

Thank you to Taj McLeod, Nate Wilson and Oakley Michie for playing up from the under 9’s

Under 11’s

Tooradin-Dalmore  vs Beaconsfield Blue

Tooradin-Dalmore       3          2         20
Beaconsfield Blue      8          10        58

 

On Sunday Tooradin Under 11’s were up against Beaconsfield. What a beautiful day to showcase our football in front of a home crowd. with a bit of a slow start from our boys and kicking into the wind we struggled to get the breakthrough we needed. Our defence end showed great resilience and had a couple of standout performances from our defence who are getting stronger and showing their developing skills each game. To our boys’ credit, the second half was our half. they played together as a team and moved the ball well keeping Beaconsfield scoreless in the last quarter and putting a solid effort in in our attacking end.

Thanks to all the families who stayed and supported our boys at home.

Goals – Blake Howlett – 3

Awards – Thomas Cockerill, Sebastian Condotta, Darcy Waight

 

Under 12’s

Narre South Lions vs Tooradin-Dalmore

Narre South Lions       5        5       35
Tooradin-Dalmore       11        6       72

 

What a great game to celebrate Mother’s Day, it was worth skipping breakfast in bed to watch these champs in action today. Today saw some tough boys a couple injuries some quick interchanges and they were straight back out. Well done Ryken, Will and Declan for heading back out on the field. Again, the boys talent was fantastic to watch today, they were well matched for the first half but the boys skill and fitness got them over the line. Special mention to Connor who dominated the back line today, well done mate. Great team effort today Seagulls.

Bests: Connor Leopold, Cooper Webb, Tyler Sullivan, Tom Sherer, Will Murray

Goals: 3 Tom Sherer, 2 Jack Alexander, Noah Baker, Noah Langham, 1 Tom Ryan, Dylan Kraskov

Under 12 Girls

Berwick Springs Blue vs Tooradin-Dalmore

Berwick Springs Blue              0          1          1
Tooradin-Dalmore                  3          4         22

Tooradin Girls played above and beyond on Sunday, super proud of every one of them.

In perfect conditions against Berwick Springs, a much-improved Tooradin girls U12 dominated play and controlled the game. They took a well-earned lead into the half time break and although the game became a little scrappy after half time, they rose above it all and did themselves proud and are a credit to themselves, their families and our club.

Goals – Kirra Johnson, Annie Holloway, Tayah Rogers

Awards – Sophoe Iliopoulos, Ruby Harris, Briley Skewes

Well done on your first win girls.  Sure that more wins will follow.  Go Shegulls!

Under 14’s

Hampton Park vs Tooradin-Dalmore

Hampton Park            0         0          0
Tooradin-Dalmore       23        12        150

Tooradin U14s travelled to the home of the Hampton Park Red Backs this week and come away with a very convincing Mother’s Day win. The seagulls dominated the ball like a hot chip down the foreshore, from the centre taps to the goal square The Boys did it all. The back line had a good rest likewise the Coaches!!! Go Gulls.

Junior Match Reports Round 3

Sunday 2 may 2021

Under 8’s

Berwick White vs. Tooradin Dalmore

Berwick White               7  4  46
Tooradin-Dalmore            1  6  12

The young gulls took on Berwick white on Sunday morning. The excitement of our first away game, the young gulls were ready for action.

Berwick through some good ball movement got away to an early lead as we struggled to get the ball into the forward zone in the first half. Half time came and the young gulls settled, getting into our handball possession game style the young gulls kept trying all day and finally got through the Berwick defence to get our first goal on the board, a very clever snap from Lukas.

The final quarter was a game entirely in our forward zone as the young gulls kept the ball moving and having numerous shots on goal- just couldn’t quite convert. An outstanding endeavour by these young men who kept fighting until the final siren.

Best:      Lukas Whittley, Mateo Bogunovic, Bailey Segar

Under 9’s

Tooradin Dalmore vs Cranbourne Blue

Tooradin Dalmore          10  5  65
Cranbourne                 2  0  12

Tooradin U9’s had a cracking day today earning their first win for the season against Cranbourne. The boys are starting to feel confident with themselves and each other as a team to produce good game play and having fun, also they love a good celebration after a goal which is awesome to watch.  Awards went to Zachary Lakatos Best on Ground. Will Sargent & Tommy Lupiyanto.

Goal scorers- Tommy Lupiyanto 2, Jayden  Olsen 1, Jack Payne 2, Blake Tongue 2, Jake Van der Heyden 1, Nate Wilson 1 and Opp team Fill in 1.

Under 10’s

Noble Park vs. Tooradin Dalmore

Noble Park           0   0    0
Tooradin Dalmore    18  16  124

Another great performance from all the players today.  They dominated their zones on the ground throughout the whole game. With a HUGE 11 goal kickers the boys played really well in all positions showing us what they are made of.

Best – Java Lauterboom, Brock Bydder & Brodie Trounson

Goals – Brodie T 3, Ryder 3, Kobi 2, Brock 2, Luke 1, Tate 1, Will 1, Max 1, Java 1, Chad 1, Brax 1.

Under 11’s

Officer Blue vs Tooradin-Dalmore FC

Officer Blue          11         7          73
Tooradin-Dalmore       1         1           7

Under 12’s

Tooradin-Dalmore vs Lyndhurst Blue

Tooradin-Dalmore          7          7          49
Lyndhurst Blue            4          5          29

Congratulations to 2 of our superstars Will Murray and Ryken Kinna on playing their 50th game today for the mighty seagulls. The boys played a ripper keeping Lyndhurst scoreless in the first and third quarter. Jarvis aka Noah Langham played a blinder today, Kane Angleton dominated in the ruck and held his own in the back line. Chayce Jackson and Tyler Seger managed to get their hands on plenty of the ball today and again we had multiple goal kickers. Well done boys another win, another 4 points

Goals: 3 Jack Alexander, 1 Adam Aldridge, Kane Angleton, Noah Baker, Noah Langham

Bests: Kane Angleton, Noah Langham, Adam Aldridge, Owen Birch, Chayce Jackson

 Under 12 Girls

Tooradin Dalmore vs. Berwick

Tooradin Dalmore    3   1   19
Berwick            12   6   78

The Under 12 Girls showed plenty of endeavour in their loss to Berwick on Sunday in warm conditions. They showed glimpses of good teamwork to go down to Berwick.

Kaela capped off a great game with two goals and Annie with one. Go Shegulls, onwards and upwards.

Under 14’s

Tooradin-Dalmore vs Berwick Springs Blue

Tooradin-Dalmore          6          3          39
Berwick Springs Blue      2          2          14

Under 14’s played a great game this weekend! Using the ground to their advantage and spreading the ball across the team.

Our boys held Berwick at no score for the first half of the game with some good team efforts to maintain control of the ball.

Goals to Matt Simpson (2), and 1 goal each to Lenny Goldberg, Harry Hardy, Seth Lawler and Curtis Watts.

Awards to Ben Brown, Vasili Papas and Chevy Simpson.

Junior Match Reports Round 2

friday 23 & Sunday 25 april

Under 8’s

Tooradin-Dalmore vs Beaconsfield Gold

Tooradin-Dalmore        10        7          67
Beaconsfield Gold        3        3          21

Finally the wait is over!  After the numerous training sessions, practice games, and young demons day we made it. Tooradin-Dalmore under 8s got to play their first footy match over 4 quarters. We played against Beaconsfield Gold at Rutter Park. Coach Dave was very pleased at how quickly the young gulls come together as a team and put together a very solid four quarter effort.

Exciting passages of play combining running, marking and passing amongst each other being the highlights in what was a very entertaining game of football. Beaconsfield themselves had their share of the ball and played very well. The sportsmanship from both sides was first class as both teams tried their hardest for the whole four quarters. Goals: Tanner 3, Thomas 2, Mateo 2, Bailey, Spencer, Harry

The young gulls won in the end.

Under 9’s

Beaconsfield Blue vs. Tooradin Dalmore

Beaconsfield Blue        6          4          40
Tooradin-Dalmore FC      3          2          20

The boys played away against Beaconsfield blue. The tried their heart out all game. Showed immense skill and demonstrated what it takes to share the ball around to their teammates. Skill level and heart were not to be questioned. The boys showed how close their relationships are in terms of encouraging their own teammates. We also had a helping hand from 2 under 8’s. Thomas and Spencer, which is dearly appreciated.
Goals were. Blake, Tommy and Zac 1 Each. Awards went to Nate Wilson and Taj McLeod

Under 10’s

Tooradin Dalmore vs. Cardinia Tigers

Tooradin-Dalmore FC  15       10        100
Cardinia Tigers       1        8         14

After a great performance last week at Little Demons day, the boys came out strong this week kicking 8 goals to 1 in the first quarter against Cardinia Tigers.

Second and third quarter saw a good contest from both sides only seeing 3 goals kicked from Tooradin.

In the last it was all the Seagulls ways with the boys sharing it around and having multiple shots on goal. Well done boys we are looking forward to a great season in 2021.

Goals – Koby McLeod 4, Java Lauterboom 3, Brody Alexander 2, Brax Lowndes 1, Tate Jagoe 1, Will Huntingford 1, Luke Kraskov 1, Brock Bydder 1, Chad Stevens 1

Best – Chad Stevens, Brody, Koby McLeod

Under 11’s

Tooradin-Dalmore vs. Cranbourne Blue

Tooradin-Dalmore FC  4         7          31
Cranbourne Blue      4         5          29

What a way to start the morning with the last post played, all teams lined up and paid their respect to the ANZACs.

This must have motivated the boys as they were up and about early on. Putting in the pressure where needed and kicking a goal, (great job Koby McCleod) into the wind in the first quarter to Cranbourne 2 goals 1point.

With the wind at our back in the second quarter we were able to keep Cranbourne scoreless and put on 2 goals (great job Blake Howlett)  and 1 point down our end.

In the second half they continued their pressure and although we didn’t score the boys didn’t drop their heads. Cranbourne put 3 goals 4 on the board in the third quarter.

Last quarter rolled around, and we knew it was our time to put the foot down. With the boys all getting amongst it we were able to put on another goal (Great Job Java Lauterboom) and 6 points and keep Cranbourne scoreless again to come away with the win by 2 points!

Goal Kickers – Koby McCleod, Blake Howlett and Java Lauterboom

Awards- Charlie Burgess, Java Lauterboom and Noah Cooke

Under 12 Girls

Beaconsfield vs. Tooradin Dalmore

Beaconsfield JFC         14        8          92
Tooradin-Dalmore FC       0        0           0

Tooradin Dalmore Under 12’s girls team went down to a strong Beaconsfield on Friday night for their inaugural game of footy.

The scoreboard does not always tell the story as the Tooradin girls fought tenaciously against an opposition that was too big and too fast.

Well played to all the Tooradin girls.  Go Shegulls!

Under 12’s

Hampton Park             0          0          0
Tooradin-Dalmore FC     20         16        136

Multiple goal kickers in under 12’s today, it’s so good to see the ball being shared around and opportunities for so many players to snag a goal. Tooradin boys showed impressive talent today with lots of connection plays precision handballs and kicks, team work and plenty of talk. Well done boys on such a huge win.

Bests Will Murray, Noah Baker, Kane Angleton, Tom Ryan, Tom Sherer

Goals  Jack Alexander 4, Tom Ryan, 3 Tom Sherer, 2 Ryken Kinna, Kane Angleton, Noah Baker, Connor Leopold, Cooper Webb, Adam Aldridge all with 1 apiece.

Under 14’s

Tooradin-Dalmore        2          5          17
Narre North Foxes       5          9          39

It was great to see our under 14’s pay their respects to our Anzacs today. Watching the team stand shoulder to shoulder while the last post played was a proud moment.

Going into today I think the boys felt confident in their abilities against Narre North Foxes after playing them in a practice match a few weeks ago.

It was a close game in the first quarter with both teams on 8 at the break. We lost some ground in second quarter and held Narre North close in the second half. Final scores Narre North Foxes 5 9 39 to Tooradin 2 5 17. Goals to Hudson Rogers 2

Points to Hudson Rogers 3 Matt Simpson 1 Mason Sorenson 1.

Awards to Mason Sorenson, Brock Ryan and Matt Simpson.

 

 

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Junior Match Reports Week 1

Round 1 – 18 April 2021

Under 8’s

Wow! First two games for the year at Little Demons Day! Our Under 8’s Seagulls showing great team work and great sportsmanship with only 9 players on the field ! Goal kickers today where Thomas, Tanner and Caleb. Well done boys, bring on 2021 season!!

Under 9’s

Our Under 9’s unfortunately lost both of their games at Little Demons Day. They were all over the game in the first halves, then they switched it up!  All the boys had a ball and were all smiles which is what counts at the end of the day!

Under 10’s

The Under 10’s played a really good game against Berwick North, coming away with a substantial win in their first game at Little Demons Day.  They stayed strong and also managed to come away with a great win against Cranbourne!  All the boys put in their best efforts.  Go Seagulls.

Under 11’s

Berwick Springs vs. Tooradin Dalmore

Berwick Springs  101
Tooradin Dalmore  12  

How good it was to be finally back out on the field after the year that wasn’t! The boys all put in 100% effort today with their first game stepping up onto full field. They were put on the back foot after the first quarter with 4 goals to Berwick Springs to Tooradin 0.
After regrouping at quarter time and they came out strong with 2 goals kicked by Ryan and Blake.
The boys all put in a solid defensive effort throughout the remainder of the game but unfortunately Berwick Springs blew them away in the final half.
Without a bench the boys should all be super proud of how they all ran the game out with their heads held high.
Thank you to Berwick Springs for loaning us 3 of their players, Chase, Jerome and Anu, to even out the teams.

Goals – Ryan Warn 1, Blake Howlett 1
Awards – Blake Howlett and Matt Klanja

Under 12’s

Tooradin Dalmore vs. Cranbourne Gold

Tooradin Dalmore 5  4  34
Cranbourne Gold  4  3  27

Wasn’t it great to see footy back today!!! Tooradin’s U12’s have been working hard pre-season, this year the focus is on structure, skills and of course teamwork. The boys had a really solid start today up by 14 at the first but Cranbourne are always tough and today was no exception. Tooradin boys worked hard in defense but Cranbourne managed to get 4 goals against them today. Special mention to all the new players out on the field today you were amazing.
Great work today Gulls, there’ll be plenty of challenges ahead but these little superstars are looking good.
Goals: Tom Sherer 2, Jack Alexander 1, Kane Angleton 1, Noah Langham 1
Bests: Jack Alexander, Ryken Kinna, Adam Aldridge

Under 12 Girls BYE

Under 14’s

Cranbourne Gold vs. Tooradin Dalmore

Cranbourne Gold    6 6 42
Tooradin Dalmore  14 9 93

WOW!! What an awesome start to the under 14 season!

Our season started with the combining of our under 13 and under 14 teams to become one. After having a practice match against Narre Foxes last week the team came together today to defeat Cranbourne Gold. All players played incredibly well testing out some new positions and sharing the ball around quite well.

Goals to Chayse Campbell 4, Hudson Rogers 2, Jack Sherer 2, Jack Gillespie 1, Jett Lowndes 1, Brock Ryan 1, Curtis Watts 1

Bests to Kade Howes, Hunter Lewis and Hudson Rogers.