Sunday 12 MAY 2019
Under 8’s Koo Wee Rup vs Tooradin Dalmore
Koo Wee Rup 2 1 13 Tooradin-Dalmore 17 7 109
A great match for Mother’s Day on Sunday with Tooradin playing an away game and taking out the win. All boys put in a terrific effort on ground, keeping the ball at their end and scoring well. Some great sharing around of the ball today with goal kicking from:
Ryder Langley 4, Java Lauterboom 2, Chad Stevens 2, Koby McLeod 2, Lachlan Giles 2, Kobi Holdswoth 2, Tate Jagoe 1, Luke Kraskov 1, Brodie Trounson 1. Well done under 8’s, great team work by all!
Under 9’s Tooradin-Dalmore vs Fountain Gate
Tooradin-Dalmore 10 6 66 Fountain Gate 8 2 50
This week the seagulls took on Fountain Gate with our first home game of the season, it definitely showed that the boys felt at home because they played their best game yet!!! We saw some remarkable skill work this week after a hard training session last week and it was so good seeing everyone was giving it their all.
Goals kicked this week- Jai Kennedy 5, Connor Schreurs 1, Darcy Waight 2, Ryan Warn 2
Awards/best on ground- Cooper Brown, Kye Hughes, Ryan Warn, Noah Cooke and Jai Kennedy.
Under 10’s Tooradin-Dalmore vs Cranbourne Gold
Tooradin-Dalmore 2 1 13 Cranbourne Gold 5 8 38
Great hit out on Sunday, every Seagull had plenty of the ball and it was great to see the Seagulls working as a team. Always a tough game against Cranbourne so the gulls knew they had to work hard and take advantage of the conditions. Well done guys what a great game.
Bests: Jack Alexander, Cooper Webb, Bodhi Dean, Maeve Goldberg, Charlie Burgess
Goals: 1 Charlie Burgess, Bodhi Dean
Under 11’s BYE
Under 12’s Tooradin-Dalmore vs Parkmore
Tooradin-Dalmore 3 5 23 Parkmore 1 3 9
Against another tough opposition we were slow out of the blocks today but after some hard words from the coach at 1/2 time all responded and we really hit our straps.
With Chase’s unbelievable courage at the ball made all take notice and we were not challenged from there physically.
We had some absolutely stunning games from Chase Mackrell, Brock Ryan, Benjamyn Brown, Kasy Deren, Lenny Goldberg, Brendan Vandborg, Summah Boyd and Jack Sherer who was our captain this week in his 50th game. Our goal kickers this week were Summah, Jack and Brendan
It was a fantastic game today to really show everyone what we can achieve if we all work together. A big thank you to Zac Lovitt from U11s Thomas Ryan and Tom Sherer both U10s for stepping in to help us this week.
Also thanks to Jacinta for filling in as runner while our assistant coach has been living it up in Bali (we all love you Craig).
Under 13’s Tooradin-Dalmore vs Fountain Gate Blue
Tooradin-Dalmore 1 2 8 Fountain Gate Blue 14 9 93
Mother’s Day saw the Tooradin boys take on Fountain Gate at our home ground.
The boys gave it their all each quarter but were just not strong enough against the Gators who had a solid game! Credit to the boys who fought to the final siren. Will review the game and will concentrate on some areas for improvement at training on Wednesday. Our only goal for the day was kicked by Jack Mannix. Go Seagulls.
Under 14’s Berwick Springs Blue vs Tooradin-Dalmore
Berwick Springs Blue 10 11 71 Tooradin-Dalmore 4 4 28
Tooradin U14’s travelled to Berwick Springs on Sunday having secured its first victory of the season last week.
The first half saw both teams with multiple entries into their forward 50’s. Tooradin wasn’t able to convert these as well as Berwick Springs and at half time the lead to Berwick Springs was 27 pts.
The coaches made some players movement at half time and the team responded well. Quick ball movement and use of teammates led to another goal and reward for effort.
At the 3 quarter time break the coach implored the players to put in one last effort and with fresh legs in the midfield and great effort from the backline the contest become a real arm wrestle with both teams playing a great brand of football. Tooradin players without a bench, continued to battle the whole way to the siren and put on two late last quarter goals to break even against Berwick in the final term.
Goals: Charlie Shinners, James Ahern, Sethh Burby, Jai Williams.