Junior Match Reports Week 12


Under 8’s

Tooradin Dalmore vs Berwick Springs Green

On Sunday, Tooradin come up against Berwick Springs Green at our home ground at Rutter Park. Unfortunately for our boys, Berwick Springs were just too strong and they were unbeatable from the start.

Goals: Lucas Baker 1 and Blake Howlett 1

Awards: Connor Schreurs, Blake Howlett, Sam Studham and Jai Kennedy

Under 9’s

Tooradin Dalmore vs Nar Nar Goon

What a fantastic effort by the seagulls on Sunday against one of the top teams in our division. It really showed today how much we have improved throughout the season coming up against a tough side. The Seagulls worked hard through the middle applying plenty of tackles and worked well talking to team mates. The Seagulls backline was amazing applying lots of pressure making sure if Nar Nar Goon did score it wasn’t easy. Well done Tooradin you never give up and are always smiling, your sportsmanship shows what a great team and bunch of kids you are!!

Bests: Jack Alexander, Noah Baker, Nate Cuthbertson, Maeve Goldberg, Annie Holloway and Declan Whittley.

Goals: Tom Sherer 2

Under 10’s

Tooradin-Dalmore vs Noble Park

On Sunday our boys took on Noble Park at home. In  tight and hard contest our boys kept their  unbeaten season on track to take the win 7.3.45 to Noble Park 1.2.8.

Awards won by  Cody Ray, Darcy Freeman, Matthew Simpson, Logan Brown, Hudson Rogers  Well done boys. Go Seagulls

Under 11’s

Tooradin-Dalmore 1.7-13 vs Narre Warren 7.6-48

On a cold and windy day our boy’s and girl’s put on a fantastic display of teamwork and really took it up to the opposition all day. Our skipper Tommy Rudeforth played his best game of the year but he wasn’t alone with everyone playing their roles but unfortunately we went down by a few goals.

Great game’s from Bevan Bell, Kade Howes, Jack Sherer, Kasy Deren, Lenny Goldberg, Jett Lowndes, Summah Boyd, Daniel Martin, Seb Cooke, Ben Brown and Noah Harrington

Great goal from Jack Sherer which was a result of some awesome teamwork. A massive thank you to all the U10s who played with us also. We only have 1 game left for our season so let’s all get to training Wednesday night and work on a few things and have some fun before our last game on Sunday.

Thank you again to all our parent helpers without your help we wouldn’t have a game.

Under 12’s

Tooradin-Dalmore 10.11-71 vs Berwick North 0.1-1

On a cold windy afternoon at Rutter Park our under 12’s took on 4th placed Berwick North. In a must win game for our team the boys knew what they had to do and took the field with the game plan in mind. Kicking with the wind in the first quarter we played hard strong defensive footy and got on the board with 10 points to 0 going into quarter time. In a tough second quarter both teams only managed 1 point each. After the half time break the boys hit the ground running and played great team football adding 5 goals 4 to our score and our boys in defence played their role keeping Berwick North scoreless. In the final quarter we showed what we are capable of and kicked another 4 goals 2 into the wind giving us a final score of 10.11.71 to Berwick North 0.1.1 taking home the win !

We were so proud of how the team played working  together to achieve what they set out to do at the start of the game.

Goal Kickers were Cooper Simpson 3, Aaron Knight 2, Hunter Cairns 2 and Jordan Bury, Matthew Huxtable and Ashtyn Paku with 1 apiece.

Congratulation to Brodie ‘Gibby’ Alsemgeest on reaching his 50th game milestone for our club! With such an awesome team effort there were a lot of players that received well deserved awards.

Well done to Ashtyn Paku, Brodie Alsemgeest, Wil Studham, Koby Peck, Merrick Stewart-Wells, Jesse Sumner, Foti Plodious, Hunter Cairns, Cooper Simpson, Jakob Martin, Oakley Bourke, Jordan Bury, Josh Iannantuono and Jack Mannix. Great work boys! Bring on next week!

Under 13’s

Beaconsfield Blue 6.9-45 vs Tooradin-Dalmore 4.9-33

On Sunday the U13 Seagulls travelled to Holm Park to play Beaconsfield Blue. After winning the toss and kicking with the wind we had the majority of the ball in our half for the quarter. We had 8 scoring shots but could only manage 2 goals. The second quarter saw our backline busy with Beaconsfield attacking from the centre clearances on multiple occasions. The backs were able to keep them to only 2 goals and at half time there was 1 point the difference.

Again the third quarter was a challenge for the team.  Whilst we kicked two goals from our forward entries we let Beaconsfield score into the wind and set themselves up for the final term. The ¾ time margin proved too much to overcome and Beaconsfield kicked clear to win by 12 points.

Goals Anthony Mirauta 2, Joshua Shipton 1, Charlie Shinners 1.

Under 14’s

Tooradin-Dalmore 2.6-18 vs Narre North Foxes Grey 8.21-69

On Sunday Tooradin played host to Narre North Foxes. The boys played hard football today. They never gave up despite the scoreboard. They played strong as a team and did what was asked of them by their coach, Paul Ray.

Tooradin applied great pressure which resulted in the opposition kicking 21 behinds. Our backline did a great job. Well done. Great improvement was shown by the boys of Tooradin keep it up boys.

Our best players: Charlie Ogier, Eden Genoni, Brock Marshall, Kyle Hernaut and Liam Simpson

Under 17’s

Narre South Lions 5.6-36 vs Tooradin-Dalmore 6.6-42

Tooradin headed down to Narre South to take on 4th on the ladder Narre South Lions.They were playing with strong winds today which made the game tough. Narre South won the toss and chose to kick with the wind. However our boys kept them to only 2 goals with the wind in their favour and we kicked 1 against the wind. Narre South Lions lead at the end of the 1st quarter.

Tooradin then came out kicking with the wind in the 2nd quarter leaving Narre South scoreless.

Narre South Lions led the whole game but with sheer determination to keep Tooradin on 2nd spot in the ladder our Tooradin boys came out fighting in the last quarter and with only 50 seconds left on the clock, Corey Potrich kicked Tooradin’s winning goal.

It was a great team effort by all. To Narre South Lions credit they played an amazing game of footy today. Well done boys.

Our goal kickers: Robert Loudon 2 goals, our single goal kickers were Matthew Birnie, Cian O’Riordan, Corey Potrich and Joseph Spano.