Sunday 06 MAY 2018
Nar Nar Goon vs Tooradin-Dalmore
On Sunday our Tooradin boys took on Nar Nar Goon at their home ground, so far Nar Nar Goon has been the best team we have played this season and definitely had our boys working very hard out on the field today, even with the challenge Blake Howlett, Tate Jagoe and Jack Rudeforth kicked some great goals and Cooper Brown and Kai Reeve a point each.
Tooradin-Dalmore vs Berwick North
Round 4 saw the seagulls take to field ready for a tough game, we trained hard this week and had some key factors and tactics to put in place come game day. What an amazing team effort, we talked to team mates looked down field and tackled hard. Kane Angleton and Jack Alexander were outstanding as was Annie Holloway kicking 2 goals. Riley Peck showed that no ball was too hard to mark and is a massive contender for mark of the year. (Champion). Great work Seagulls.
Goals: Annie Holloway 2 Vijay Orsino, Jett Evans 1
Bests: Kane Angleton, Jack Alexander, Riley Peck, Annie Holloway, Cooper Webb, Vijay Orsino, Jayden Corn, Nate Cuthbertson
Tooradin-Dalmore vs Beaconsfield White
On Sunday our boys took on Beaconsfield at home. With both teams undefeated this year and on a bigger ground, it was an awesome game from both teams. Displaying a great team effort our boys kept their winning streak going winning 4.3.27 to Beaconsfield 2.5.17.
Awards: Joel Cochrane, Cody Ray, Jayden Worrell, Lucas Davies. Well done boys! Go Seagulls.
Officer White 7.14-56 Vs Tooradin-Dalmore 1.0-6
What a great game of football today we played some good footy against a tough opposition and all the boys and girl (Summah) were fantastic.
We had 3 new players today with Summah Boyd, Cooper Pasnin and Noah Harrington and all 3 played like they had been playing for years great effort to all.
Standout performers were BJ (Bevan Bell) Kasy Deren, Lenny Goldberg, Kade Howes, Alex Day, Brodi Armstrong and Summah Boyd.
Special mention to our new players with Summah Boyd, Cooper Pasnin and Noah Harrington all playing some awesome footy well done.
It was a hard fought game and we gave our all throughout the whole day.
And to Sebastian Cooke who missed out today because of a training injury it was sensational to have you cheering on in the box with us. Great work a win is not far off.
Tooradin-Dalmore 3.4-22 Vs Koo Wee Rup 7.5-47
This week our under 12’s took on Koo Wee Rup at home. On a beautiful sunny afternoon at Rutter Park we had some amazing achievements with 4 of our players celebrating their 50 game milestone. Congratulations to Foti Ploudias, Mason Dicks, Hunter Cairns and Jesse Sumner.
We got away to a fast start kicking 3 goals to 0 but unfortunately the boys fell asleep and struggled to impact on the scoreboard after quarter time. The boys have shown they are good enough to mix it with the best of them but need to believe in themselves and back their abilities and not leave it to the few ones who consistently perform week in week out. Thanks to Jack Mannix for helping us out. Goal kickers with 1 goal each were Hunter Cairns, Brodie Alsemgeest and Foti Ploudias.
Best players were Merrick Stewart-Wells, Cooper Simpson, Jordan Bury, Aaron Knight, Hunter Cairns and Ashtyn Paku
Bit of hard work on the training track to turn it into a 4 quarter performance and we will show everyone what we are capable of.
Cranbourne Blue 3.2-20 vs Tooradin-Dalmore 20.7-127
Tooradin U13’s travelled to Camms Reserve on Sunday to take on Cranbourne after the bye last week.
The match provided great competition and the boys were challenged all game. Our starts have improved this year and we held a handy 4 goal lead at the end of the first quarter.
During the second and third terms the team started to bring each other into the contest with chains of handballs, strong tackling and a great intensity at the ball.
The last quarter was a great display from all the boys, with goals to some new players and we eventually ran out winners.
Congratulations to Brodie Campbell, Anthony Miruata, Cooper Bassett, Jordyn Boyd and Josh Shipton who all received awards.
Tooradin-Dalmore 1.1-7 vs Lyndhurst 19.10-124
On Sunday our under 14’s took on Koo Wee Rup at home. We knew this was going to be a hard game with Koo Wee Rup being a very strong team.
Although the score didn’t reflect the game the boys played well as a team, strong tackles and some really great passages of play. Jayden Govaars kicking our only goal for the game. Coach Paul Ray was happy with the boys’ effort and had some positive words at the end of the game although we didn’t get the win. If all train well and play like they want to be out there, then the win will eventually come for us and that’s what the boys need to keep in the back on their mind.
Best Players: Ben Sellings, Eden Genoni, Bailey Ray, Kye De Little and Brodie Simpson.
Goals: Jayden Govaars
Pakenham Blue 2.2-14 vs Tooradin-Dalmore 12.18-90
We ventured down to Pakenham on Sunday to take on the boys of Pakenham Blue.
Unfortunately we only fielded 17 players; however the boys still managed to put in a good strong performance and come away with a strong win.
Without an interchange bench they still managed to play strong footy right to the final siren, an amazing effort. It was a good strong all round performance by the Tooradin boys. They worked amazingly well as a team and everyone played a great role in sealing our second win.
Some amazing kicking skills from our forwards with Max Kendell being our highest goal scorer, followed by some great kicking by Luke Townsend, between them kicking 9 goals of our 12.
Our goal kickers with an amazing 6 goals by Max Kendell, 3 goals Luke Townsend and 1 goal each to Cian O’Riordan, Jack Jenkins and Matthew Birnie. Keep up the great work. Go Seagulls.