Junior Match Reports Round 5

Sunday 16 May 2021

Under 8’s

Officer Blue vs Tooradin-Dalmore

Officer Blue        1          3          69
Tooradin-Dalmore    8          6          54

Sunday was an early crispy morning for our u8s this week, played in Officer! What a match that was. Officer got away from us in the first quarter, but the boys stayed positive! 2nd quarter we got a few on the score board by 4th quarter the boys have momentum and keeping the ball in our end if the field with goal after goal. Great team work once again by our team. Excellent effort Under8s.

Under 9’s

Tooradin-Dalmore vs Officer White

Tooradin-Dalmore    7          5          47
Berwick White:      8          11         59

Another home game today with the sun shining, it was such a competitive game against Berwick’s best under 9’s side it was good to see every kid having a crack. We are proud of how the boys are going about their football and they will never give up the fight. Blake Tounge had awesome game in the centre and back line deserving best on ground, other awards, Oakley Michie, Jayden Olsen.

Goal scorers: Zac Lakatos 1, Tommy Lupiyanto 1, Taj McLeod 1, Oakley Michie 3, Blake Tounge 2

Under 10’s

Officer White vs Tooradin-Dalmore

Officer White                0          2           2
Tooradin-Dalmore             8          7          55

This Round saw the boys go up to B grade but that didn’t stop them as they continued their winning streak playing great football around the ground in the freezing Melbourne weather.
With each game we see their skills improving, showing each team what they are made of and Sharing the footy around for everyone to get a touch.
Best – Kobi Holdsworth, Luke Kraskov & Max Lyne

Goals – Kobi Holdsworth 3, Tate Jagoe 1, Koby McLeod 1, Brody Alexander 1, Chad Stevens 1, Ryder Langley1

Under 11’s

Tooradin-Dalmore vs Berwick White

Tooradin-Dalmore FC          1          3          9

Berwick White                       9          6          60

 

What a day we had on Sunday! the wind was blowing and was probably the toughest conditions we have had to play in so far. The under 11s all took it in their stride as they faced off against Berwick. Kicking into the wind in the first half the boys struggled to get onto the board. The defensive effort was amazing down the other end against some tall Berwick players. In the second half we managed to get our only goal onto the board, Well done Blake Howlett.  To the boys’ credit they never gave up and pushed hard throughout the last half putting on 3 more points.

Huge thankyou to the parents and the players from under 10 who came and had a run with the under 11s yesterday.

And a Massive achievement to Charlie for reaching his 50 Games with Tooradin. Well done Charlie!

Awars: Ryan Warn, Charlie Burgess and Tate Jagoe

Goals: Blake Howlett

Under 12’s

Tooradin-Dalmore vs Narre Warren

Tooradin-Dalmore    1        2        8
Narre Warren        4        8       32 

The Under 12’s have moved up a section after grading rounds and are really looking forward to the challenges ahead. 1st challenge Narre Warren…. unfortunately they were just the better team on the day today but we have plenty to take out of such a good match.

The boys tackling and skills were again fantastic to watch this week now we need to work on applying these skills for the entire match. Well done boys you worked hard all game and got around each other, you’ll get them next time 💪 congratulations to Tucker on 50 games with the seagulls. Well done Tom Sherer

Goals 1 Jack Alexander

Bests Jack Alexander, Ryken Kinna, Noah Baker, Koby Wilson, Vijay Orsino

Under 12 Girls

Tooradin Dalmore vs Cranbourne Blue

Tooradin Dalmore      4          5          29
Cranbourne Blue       4          3          27

An improving Tooradin Under 12 Girls won a nail biting encounter against Cranbourne Blue by 2 points on a windswept oval  on Sunday. Tooradin had many good ball winners and players. Sofia Lewis, Mayla Genoni, Annie Hollaway and Kirra Johnston consistently drove the ball forward for a well earned win for the Shegulls!

Under 14’s

Beaconsfield White vs Tooradin-Dalmore

Beaconsfield White  6          4          40
Tooradin-Dalmore    5          5          35

Brodi Armstrong celebrated his 50th game on Sunday at Rutter Park and started the game on a high with kicking our first goal. Tooradin led in the first only to have Beaconsfield White take off with 3 goals to our 2 points in the second. After half time the boys kept on fighting for a win despite Beaconsfield leading by 20 points. Our boys almost brought it home in the last quarter scoring 2 goals and 3 points. Beaconsfield White unable to score. A good effort boys.

Awards Kasy Deren, Chayse Campbell, Brodi Armstrong.