Juniors Results

14 July 2008

Juniors Results
Juniors Results

U12's win again...

U14's go so close...

U16's show improvement...

Juniors Results












                        1st Qtr     2nd Qtr     3rd Qtr    Final Score

Redcliffe           0.1.1     3.5.23      4.5.29     6.5.41

West Juniors   4.2.26     7.7.49   12.12.84   14.14.98

Goals: Nick Weier 3, Ben Strang, Tyson Brown, Steve Parks 1.

Best: Matty Palmer, Tyson Brown, Nathan Wadley, Jake Haggerty, Ben Strang, Joey Gould, Julius Van Rooyen.



                       1st Qtr     2nd Qtr    3rd Qtr    Final Score

Redcliffe         2.0.12    4.0.24     8.0.48     9.2.56

Ferny Grove    2.3.25    5.1.31     8.2.50    11.2.68

Goals: Keenan Madden, Pat Pyke, Corbin Dickfos 2, Brock Macintosh, Luke Wilkenson, Zac O'Hea 1.

Best:  Corbin Dickfos, Peter Furness, Nathaniel Cope, Luke Wilkinson, Trent Ely, Zac Van Haaften.



Redcliffe 15.19.109 def Strathpine 0.0.0

Goals: Liam Dawson 8, Josh Sands 2, Anthony Dicarlo, Dylan Ransom, Justin Free 1.

Best: ackson Dickfos, Liam Dawson, Anthony Dicarlo, Danyon Ramsay, osh Hanning, Jake Carlson. 



   U14's Report


The Tigers were up against Ferny Grove on Sunday with all players keen to get back into footy after the break. We welcomed new player Luke Wilkinson into the team and hoped he could add size and strength to our midfield. The side needed to concentrate on their start, a downfall in recent games.


The first quarter started well with plenty of run out of the middle from onballers Corbin Dickfos and Trent Ely pushing the ball forward. Use of the football was good but Ferny Grove were playing tight. Brock MacIntosh was providing a target and pushed to the front of the pack to gain a free to post the first goal. Great crumbing and persistence from Corbin Dickfos provided a second but Ferny Grove hit back with two goals of their own to go to quarter time 1 point in front.


The second quarter saw the Tigers fight hard for the footy with hard tackling, second efforts and persistence. Ferny Grove were providing good opposition and goaled twice early in the quarter but the Tigers hit back with goals to Keenan Madden and Corbin Dickfos. The Tigers were made to work hard for their goals but just prior to half time the Falcons scored a further goal to go in at half time 7 points in the lead.


The coaches reminded the players that while the first half was good, they needed to start again. A few players were feeling the effects of the flu but were asked to keep pushing, and push they did with the Tigers slowly gaining control through goals to Pat Pyke (2) and Keenan Madden. New boy Luke Wilkinson and Peter Furness were

providing plenty of drive through the centre with hard running and strength, and Luke pushed forward to score his first major for his new club. The Tigers had moved to a three goal lead but unfortunately allowed the Falcons to score three goals in the last 5 minutes of the quarter and they regained the lead at the end of the quarter by two points. A harsh lesson for the Tigers who were sitting back thinking their job was done. 


Once again the players were asked to dig deep in the last quarter and they started well with an opportunist goal from Zac O'Hea which put the Tigers back in front. The game was a real arm wrestle, and all players were working hard. Ferny Grove pushed forward twice for goals and had moved to a 6 point lead. The Tigers were still fighting but could not convert their good work into goals. The Falcons run the ball out of defence and scored the match winning goal just minutes before the final siren to run out 12 point winners.


A great effort once again by the fighting Tigers and we can see the results of some of our hard work paying off. The players still need to concentrate and play for 4 quarters though as that is the way to get results. We look forward to next Sunday's game against Ipswich hoping to avenge our defeat from earlier in the year.


U12's Report

What as individuals are you going to do for your teammates today? This was the question asked of our guys on Saturday.
The answer to the question is shown in the statistics below. The one thing we made sure of was being on the ball right from the first
bounce because we have struggled in past games with earlier starts.
Our centre line and back line players have once again given their forwards the best opportunity to score by working hard for each other.
The tackling and shepherding along with lot’s of constructive talking was fantastic.
Full credit to Strathpine for not giving up.
Statistics: Centre Clearances (18) –(2)  Effective Handballs (20) Shepherds (24) Tackles (34)

Go Tigers!!




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