Sunday 28 JUly 2019
Under 8’s Lyndhurst Blue vs Tooradin-Dalmore
Lyndhurst Blue 2 3 15 Tooradin-Dalmore 14 9 93
Terrific game on Sunday for the under 8’s with some nicer playing conditions than previous weeks.
Each week this team is moving from strength to strength. Tooradin had some great talking between players and almost all the team managing to score a goal or points. Taking out a strong 78 point win against Lyndhurst. Fantastic effort Seagulls!
Goal kickers: Brock Bydder 2,Chad Stevens 2, Max Lyne 1, Kobi Holdsworth 1, Brax Lowndes 1, William Huntingford 1, Koby McLeod 1, William Klanja 1, Brodie Trounson 1, Ryder Langley 1, Lachlan Giles 1, Tate Jagoe 1.
Awards: William Huntingford, William Klanja, Luke Kraskov.
Under 9’s Hampton Park vs Tooradin-Dalmore
Hampton Park 4 2 26 Tooradin-Dalmore 12 5 77
Great win this week from our Under 9 Seagulls and with perfect weather conditions we took on Hampton Park. The boys once again displayed great sportsmanship today with sharing the ball around and with multiple goal kickers proving that they are all playing really well and working extremely hard as a team.
Goals: Cooper Brown 1, Blake Howlett 3, Jai Kennedy 5, Koby Lieuwen 1, Darcy Waight 1
Awards: Jai Kennedy and Blake Howlett
Under 10’s Cranbourne Gold vs Tooradin-Dalmore
Cranbourne Gold 5 2 32 Tooradin-Dalmore 4 3 27
Great game down to the final minute today. Seagulls were on fire in the backline stopping Cranbourne getting any score for 2 quarters. Truly a great effort. As always the gulls worked brilliantly together and proved they are a well-oiled unit. Awesome effort guys, smashing it!!
Bests: Kane Angleton, Tommy Ryan, Charlie Burgess, Will Murray, Ryken Kinna
Goals: Kane Angleton, Noah Baker, Charlie Burgess, Will Murray
Under 11’s Beaconsfield White vs Tooradin-Dalmore
Beaconsfield White 6 2 38 Tooradin-Dalmore 2 2 14
Round 13 seen our Under 11’s take on Beaconsfield under lights at Holm Park Reserve in the last away game of the year. In wet conditions the boys tried hard all night and will be better for the experience against the top team. After a close first quarter Beaconsfield took their chances kicking 3 goals to 1 . Eventually running out 24 point winners. Let’s regroup and finish the year strong against Noble Park. Go Seagulls
Goals : Cody Ray, Hudson Rodgers
Awards: Jett Evans, Hudson Rodgers, Cody Ray, Cody Mannix, Deegan Anderson, Zac Lovitt, Joel Cochrane
Under 12’s Tooradin-Dalmore vs Koo Wee Rup
Tooradin-Dalmore 4 2 26 Koo Wee Rup 6 10 46
Firstly congratulations to Ben Brown and Kasy Deren on playing their 50th game, well done boys.
Sunday was our last game for the season and what a game our boys/girl delivered. Every single player should be proud of yesterday’s game to only lose by 20 points. We had so many standouts yesterday with Ben Brown playing a great game in the back line. Summah Boyd had a great game in the wing and marked some good marks and delivered some good kicks, well done to her.
Awards: Kasy Deren, Summah Boyd, Ben Brown, Kade Howes, Rawson Vandborg, Brendan Vandborg, Lenny Goldberg and Riley Fengler.
Goals: Rawson Vandborg 2 Jett Lowndes, Brock Ryan
Well done to you all and we hope to see you all next season. A big thank you to Troy our coach and Craig our assistant coach and to all the parents that helped through the season.
Under 13’s Cranbourne Blue vs Tooradin-Dalmore
Cranbourne Blue 16 25 121 Tooradin-Dalmore 0 2 2
Well on Sunday we came up against Cranbourne Blue who were a tough team especially after dropping down from Division 1 this season. The boys tried their hardest in the first half of the game but just couldn’t maintain their pressure in the last half. We were totally out played all day and only managed to get 2 points on the board in the last quarter. Our focus now goes to round 14 against Cora Lynn for the last game of the season. The boys are going to need to put in a big week on the training field to bring it all on Sunday so we can try and finish the season with a win.
Awards went to Koby Peck, Tyler Sheridan, Jakob Martin, Harry Hardy, Aaron Knight, Oakley Bourke, Merrick Stewart-Wells, Brodie Alsemgeest, Hudson Rogers & Foti Ploudias
Under 14’s Cora Lynn FC vs Tooradin-Dalmore
Cora Lynn FC 0 1 1 Tooradin-Dalmore 9 8 62
Tooradin travelled to Carlisle Park to take on Cora Lynn with both teams fighting to stay in the top 4 and play finals.
After 3 weeks of losses the team was focused on getting back to playing the brand of football that we knew we could deliver.
The team was switched on from the first bounce and with a change to the way the team lined up Tooradin took the advantage early and hit the scoreboard with 4 unanswered first term goals.
The second term saw Cora Lynn regroup and challenge the Tooradin backline but they stood strong and kept Cora Lynn scoreless again.
Our transition and ball movement saw Tooradin dominate the play in the third term. Handball linkup and accuracy by foot allowed Tooradin to have multiple forward 50 entries resulting in 2 goals. Again the team as a whole worked tirelessly to keep the opposition scoreless.
In the last quarter the players continued to push knowing that percentage would be important in cementing our spot in the top 4. The mids again dominated and ball movement through our half forwards saw more forward 50 entries and another 3 goals. Tooradin eventually ran out 61pt winners.
Goals: Brodie Matthews 4, Jai Williams 1, James Ahern 1, Panos Papas 1, Charlie Shinners 1, Kye De Little 1.