It's a Super Sunday!!

27 July 2008

It's a Super Sunday!!
It's a Super Sunday!!

U14's get the 4 points over Kedron

U16's Rise to the Occasion.

Depleted Master's defeat Central's

U12's to good for Ipswich yesterday.

It's a Super Sunday!!









                  1st Qtr     2nd Qtr    3rd Qtr      Final Score

Redcliffe    1.2.8      4.3.27     7.10.52    8.10.58

Jindalee    3.2.20     4.3.27     5.3.33      7.8.50

Goals: Tyson Brown, Joseph Gould, Jake Haggerty 2, Matty Palmer, Nick Weier 1.

Best: Kurt Arthold, Thomas Morcombe, Jake Haggerty, Matty Palmer, Tyson Brown, Jared Thirlwell, Tyler Hayes.


Congratulations to Thomas "Mouse" Morcombe (150 Games) and Kurt Arthold (100 games) on playing their milestone games. Both Mouse and Kurt played outstanding games in the Tiger's terrific win over Jindalee.



       Redcliffe 9.4.58 def Kedron 7.9.51

Goals: Corbin Dickfos 5, Zac Murray 2, Pat Pyke, Sean Pyke 1.

Best: Corbin Dickfos, Trent Ely, Zac Murray, Pat Pyke, Sean Pyke, Zac Van Haaften, Josh Driftmann.


Tiger's win with never die attitude.....

 U/14's ventured to Kedron on Sunday with some confidence after just going down to Ipswich the previous week by 1 point. The team was missing a couple of their better players but the boys were as keen as ever to try their best for each other.

The team prepared well and started the game well pressing the Kedron backline for the first ten minutes but registering only points. As with previous games, the opposition pushed forward once and scored a major with the Tigers lamenting wasted opportunities. The Tigers struck back with a goal to Zac Murray but Kedron controlled the last part of the quarter, leading at the first change by 20 points.

The Tigers were asked to play tighter in the second quarter and were able to keep Kedron in check but struggled again up forward. Kedron were keeping the pressure on and kicked a further two goals for the quarter. The Tigers were still struggling up forward, however, a few changes just before half time saw Corbin Dickfos slot two goals with margin back to 21 points at the break.

More changes for the third quarter and encouragement from the coaching staff saw the Tigers come out firing. A restructured smaller forward line paid dividends straight away with goals to Corbin Dickfos (2) and Pat Pyke to put the Tigers back in the game. The backline held sway for the quarter keeping Kedron to just 3 points, a great effort. Margin at three quarter time 5 points.

The Tigers knew this was a big opportunity and needed to keep going in the last quarter, but Kedron scored first and seemed to have regained some confidence. The Tigers would not be denied and goals to Corbin Dickfos, Sean Pyke put the pressure on Kedron. Zac Murray goaled fro the Tigers to put the Tigers in front. Kedron had a couple of opportunities to score but the backline held firm. A great win by the Tigers by 7 points, well deserved after their hard work..


Redcliffe 11.10.76 def Ipswich 2.3.15

Goals: Jayden Rayner 4, Jake Carlson 3, Josh Sands 2, Charlie Cantlin, Tom Dineen 1.

Best: Jayden Rayner, Nick Gregory, Mark Lynne, Jack Roney, Tom Dineem.


After a sluggish start from our Tigers and a determined effort in the first quarter from Ipswich the guys had to dig deep to find some spark as we were behind on the score board.
In the first and second quarters we really were second to the ball and this showed in the free kicks given against us from undisciplined tackling.
A few positional changes were made and then our Tigers eventually took control of the game and started to help each other and be first to every contest.
Another great effort from our younger guys not giving up and showing the way.
We now realise that it can't be left up to the senior players winning the ball because it really is going to take our
whole side working together if we want to continue being successful.


Redcliffe 16.4.100 def Central Districts 11.12.78

Goals: Rob Callander 5, Steve Brown, Barry Anderson 3, Tom McMahon 2, Brad Lawler, Ian Brown, Ash Humphrey 1.

Best:  Grant Smith, Tom McMahon, Barry Anderson, Ash Humphrey, Rob Callander, Steve Brown.


Masters continue winning ways.

Redcliffe took on Centrals on Sunday and came away with another 4 points. Centrals were a bit short on numbers so a few of the Redcliffe boys volunteered to help them out. Grant Smith was outstanding for Centrals kicking 5 goals from Centre Half Forward. Nobby Calander also had his kicking boots on with 5 goals and 1 miss from 2 metres out. Tom McMahon and Barry Anderson were fantastic in the middle of the ground with Paddles providing plenty of opportunities to his rovers.

Redcliffe were missing a number of key players but were still too strong for the centrals outfit. Redcliffe finished the last quarter with 6 goals to 2 to run out 22 point winners.

The Master's take on the Southern Cross Catholic College next Saturday night under lights after the Seniors match against Robina.




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