COME JOIN US FOR 2022!
We are seeking new members to join the Committee for the 2022 season.
Be a part of the future of the Junior Football Club, nominate yourself or others and join us at the AGM on 14 September 2021.
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!!
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!
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.
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
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
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.
of the Tooradin-Dalmore Football Club
will take place on
Monday 12th November 2018 at 7:00pm
at the Tooradin & District Sports Club.
Tooradin-Dalmore Football Club
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.