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Hat Trick for Juniors Again

By , 11 May 2009

Hat Trick for Juniors Again
Hat Trick for Juniors Again

U12's, 14's & 16's all with good wins

Now with Other Results & Ladders

Hat Trick for Juniors Again

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Juniors Results

Sunday 10th May 2009

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U12's

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                 1/4 time     1/2 time     3/4 time     Final Score
Ipswich        1-0-6        3-2-20        4-5-29           5-6-36
Redcliffe     3-1-19       4-4-28        4-6-30           7-7-49

Goals: Josh Patching 3, Declan Watson 2, Connor Bloss 1, Ethan Cole 1
Best: Josh Patching, Ryan O'Shea, Mark Lynne, Willy Mcdonald, Kyle Walton, Brodie Mizzi, Jade Emblow.

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The Travelling Wilburys

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Once again the U12's Leyland Brothers took the trek over the river, this time to far away Ipswich to play on Mother's Day. To all our Mum's, both in the u12's and at the footy club, we wish you a happy Mother's Day and thank you for all you have done.
 
Our theme for training during the week was to begin to use the centre corridor to get the ball quickly into the forward line and give our guys a chance to compete for the ball before too many players got back there to block it up.
 
During our warm up it seemed the boys may have been a little flat, due to the time and distance travelled, but once they crossed the white line they all switched on and were ready to play. I have to say none more so than Josh Patching who's first 10 minutes of the first quarter were about as dominant as you could get. Thanks to his hard running and the help of his teammates he was able to score three very quick goals from the centre to give us a good start to the game. With Ryan O'Shea, Connor Bloss and Mitch Bramwell all running and taking players on we had a very bright start to the game.
 
We all know that the game is four quarters though and in the second and third quarters the boys found out that if they switch off on concentration and begin to spectate and let their teammates do the work for them opposition teams can quickly get a hold of a game and begin to take control. While we broke even on the scoreboard in these quarters it was mainly due to our back six, Willy Mcdonald, Kyle Walton, Mark Lynne, Brodie Mizzi, Josh Hollindale and Jade Emblow working extra hard in defence that stopped Ipswich from taking the lead. Jade again, in an unfamiliar role proved the versatility this side prides itself on and gives everyone confidence that when it is our turn to do something to help the team we are prepared to do it.
 
To Ipswich's credit they kept coming at us but at the final break we changed the side around a little, once again showing our versatility, and asked our boys to again show they are the fittest, most skillful side in the competition and run the game right out. We moved both Connor and Mitch to the forward line, had our captain Ethan Cole and also Jack Roney on the wings and asked the boys in the centre, especially Curtis Nicholson to stop the Ipswich playmakers from getting their hands on the footy first and to all the teams credit each and every one of them responded the way good sides do, and quite frankly to the standards we have set ourselves. Again Dan Maher stood strong in the ruck, Declan Watson and Braidyn Field began to get their hands on the footy and our midfield started to get control and thanks to a fantastic last quarter had a very hard fought 13 point win.
 
Once again to all the parents for getting the boys to the game ready to go and to all our parent helpers, thank-you. And big thanks again to Jerry Field who took on both the runner and assistant coach role today, thanks mate !!!
 
Happy Mother's Day to the Mum's and through hard work the Tigers U12's again get too sing the song !!!

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Chris Nicholson
U12's Coach

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Other Results:

Sherwood 0.0.0. def by Calamvale 12.15.87

Mayne 10.9.69 def Springwood 3.1.19

Aspley Brown 12.7.79 def Alex Hills 0.4.4

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Ladder After Round 4

POS   TEAM P W L D B FF For Ag PC Pts
1   Aspley Brown 4 4 0 0 0 0 213 54 394.44 16
2   Redcliffe 4 4 0 0 0 0 250 117 213.68 16
3   Calamvale 4 2 2 0 0 0 233 146 159.59 8
4   Ipswich 4 2 2 0 0 0 145 130 111.54 8
5   Mayne 4 2 2 0 0 0 133 150 88.67 8
6   Alexandra Hills 4 1 3 0 0 0 62 181 34.25 4
7   Springwood 4 1 3 0 0 0 59 175 33.71 4
8   Sherwood White 4 0 4 0 0 0 55 197 27.92 0


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U14's

 

Redcliffe 13.7.85 Defeated Wynnum 4.0.24


Goals: Bailey 4, Dickfos 4, Dawson 3, Pittle 1, Carlson 1.
Best: Pyke, Rowlands, Crispe, DiCarlo, O'Hea, Cester.


After failing to reach our potential the last two weeks the 14's had an opportunity to get back on the winning list against a Wynnum team loaded with persistence and commitment but struggling to string four quarters together.

We have been no different and it was important to get off to a good start to boost the confidence and belief that we deserve our spot in div 2 and we a more than capable side when we turn up to play. Without really showing it on
the score board we were dominant in the first quarter and the onball brigade, lead by Rowlands, Furness, DiCarlo and Cester gave our forwards first opportunity and continually won possession and kicked long and high to the advantage of Dawson and Bailey who made the most of their chances. The other pleasing fact was the work rate of our small brigade up forward to apply pressure and force a contest which also created forward line pressure and eventually come half time we were able to enjoy a lead of 5 goals 5 behinds to nil.

We reassessed at the long break and asked the team to persevere with the instructions given and play to our strengths and even though a few lazy habits crept in and allowed them to kick 3 goals we were able to also bang on 6 straight and go in to the ¾ time break with a 71 to 18 lead. This gave us the opportunity to move the side around and at times rest those that have continually worked hard and give opportunities to other players.

While not playing our best football for four quarters we still achieved what we had gone to Wynnum to achieve and that was to win the game, which we did comfortably against a Wynnum side that never gave up and kept coming at us.
Well done to Wynnum and obviously very well done to our boys.

Over the past weeks we have relied on Liam and Haydos to score the majority of our score and they still managed 7 between them again today, but today due to the hard work rate and better forward structure we were able to share that around with solid contributions from Jacko and Jake Carlson also kicking 5 between them, especially early in the game when we needed it. All players at times were deserving of a mention but special praise to Rosie at CHB and Sammy Rowlands who played his best game of the year, Crispy, AJ and a solid finish to the game by Zac O'Hea.

I hope everyone enjoyed the day, especially the mums. Thanks to our supporters and to the parents and helpers who took on jobs today and a special thanks to Jo Furness for filling in as our manager in Jodie's absence.

Our biggest test to date awaits us this weekend against Sherwood so please help our players prepare properly and give them every chance to be at their best.

Thanks everyone.

Rob Dickfos

U14's Coach 

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Other Results:

Sherwood Black 14.15.99 def Everton 1.3.9

Beenleigh 12.13.85 def Ferny Grove 2.2.14

Coorparoo 18.16.124 def Calamvale 0.4.4

Logan 3.9.27 def by Alex Hills 7.5.47

Redlands 7.5.47 def Wilston Grange 4.3.27

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Ladder After Round 4

POS   TEAM P W L D B FF For Ag PC Pts
1   Redlands 4 4 0 0 0 0 367 63 582.54 16
2   Beenleigh 4 4 0 0 0 0 377 90 418.89 16
3   Coorparoo 4 4 0 0 0 0 304 97 313.40 16
4   Wilston Grange 4 3 1 0 0 0 272 129 210.85 12
5   Sherwood Black 4 2 2 0 0 0 295 118 250.00 8
6   Redcliffe 4 2 2 0 0 0 225 196 114.80 8
7   Alexandra Hills Blue 4 2 2 0 0 0 145 220 65.91 8
8   Logan 4 1 3 0 0 0 158 248 63.71 4
9   Ferny Grove 4 1 3 0 0 0 142 253 56.13 4
10   Everton 4 1 3 0 0 0 128 260 49.23 4
11   Calamvale 4 0 4 0 0 0 90 436 20.64 0
12   Wynnum 4 0 4 0 0 0 46 439 10.48 0

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U16's

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Redcliffe 11.5.71 def Aspley 5.5.35

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Other Results:

Calamvale/Collingwood 5.8.38 def by Strathpine 15.11.101

Caboolture 18.13.121 def Mt Gravatt 6.4.40

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This weekend’s match saw us take on Aspley Brown at home. We started the game just as we left off from last weeks efforts against Calamvale, meaning that our first quarter was going about setting a good solid foundation for which we could build upon as the game unfolded. We held a slight lead at quarter time and even though we had our fair share of the ball and could’ve possibly been further ahead on the scoreboard, I was more pleased with our attack on the football and the pressure we put upon the opposition. As the game continued on and with our pressure on the opposition building, this then enabled us to use the football with precision passing, either by hand or foot. With this good skill work we provided our team-mates with more opportunities to find space and resulted in the scoreboard ticking over to our advantage.

 

Whilst all players contributed to the team performance and this is what our U16’s are all about ( TEAM – Together Everyone Achieves More ) there were a couple of outstanding efforts from individual players, none more so than our Captain, Wads, whose ability to take numerous contested marks at any given stage was such a strong statement and the characteristics you would hope your elected leaders possess. Spooners and Wilko’s continued dominance across half back sees them doing more attacking than defending, which is a positive and encouraged from us coaches, Zac’s efforts in the ruck each game thus far has been huge, usually giving away centremetres in height to opposing ruckman, he always provides a contest and manages to win his fair share of tapouts. It was Luke Duffill’s turn to step up this week in the forward zone as he displayed all his skills, from strong marking to chasing and tackling he created for himself plentiful opportunities which resulted in kicking 3 goals.

 

 Our small brigade led by Corb, Benny D Braeden C, Hayes’ Alex and Milky continue the links in the chain and together with our mid-range height players, Al, JC, Joey x2, Nico, Smitty, Braeden T, Matty, Keeno and Munsie provides us with the flexibility we need when required. Finally, Joel, Stevo, Jules Jakey and Pykey provide the size and strength and there was no better example of this than when Pykey, in front of all the Mum’s who were there for their Mother’s Day High Tea Function, took hold of the football and knowingly that a collision was about to happen between him and his opponent, handballed off to a team-mate, rode the bump, got straight up and continued to run forward. As long as we have this sort of commitment from all players, we are going to become a very hardworking TEAM and that is going to make playing football against us an extremely hard and arduous task for opposition teams to combat.

 

Finally I hope all our Mum’s enjoyed their High Tea and had a wonderful day, thanks to the club for their assistance with catering and to Anjanette for all her efforts to ensure the day went off without a hitch.

 

 

Lino Taglieri

U16’s Coach


Ladder After Round 4

POS   TEAM P W L D B FF For Ag PC Pts
1   Redcliffe 4 4 0 0 0 0 373 169 220.71 16
2   Caboolture 4 2 2 0 0 0 291 235 123.83 8
3   Aspley Brown 4 2 2 0 0 0 261 228 114.47 8
4   Strathpine 4 2 2 0 0 0 298 303 98.35 8
5   Mt Gravatt White 4 2 2 0 0 0 279 288 96.88 8
6   Calamvale/Collingwood Park 4 0 4 0 0 0 156 435 35.86 0

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