Sunday 2 may 2021
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
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.
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.
Officer Blue vs Tooradin-Dalmore FC
Officer Blue 11 7 73 Tooradin-Dalmore 1 1 7
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.
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.