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Tiger's Trifecta

By , 28 June 2008

Tiger's Trifecta
Tiger's Trifecta

Senior's, Reserve's & Master's too good....

Click below to read full report and all scores.

Tiger's Trifecta

 

 

 

 

  Tigers Shine at Home

 

It was a Tiger Trifecta on the weekend. The Seniors and Reserves thumped Moorooka, while the Master's put on a spectacular performance under lights in front a huge home crowd at Rothwell Park on Saturday night.
 
The Redcliffe "Magic Meats" Seniors again got the early jump on their opposition kicking 6.6 to Moorooka's 2.1 in the 1st. In perfect conditions for football, the Tiger's continued their onslaught in the 2nd quarter kicking 6.3 to 3.2 to hold a commanding 8 goal lead at the main break. A far more competitive quarter from Moorooka in the 3rd made the Tigers dig deeper to consolidate their lead. At the last break, Redcliffe held a 58 point margin, however as they've done in previous weeks, the Tigers left their best for last. Redcliffe slammed home 8 goals to 3 in the final term to run out eventual winners 26.14 170 to 12.5.77. James Niven kicked 6 for the Tigers, while goal sneaks, Kieran Ashby and Joel Ralph kicked 5 each. Brett Somers worked hard all day, while Clint Frusher took some telling marks in defence. Drew Argus played his usual powerhouse game and controlled the midfield along with Andrew Kouvaras who has yet to put a wrong foot forward all season.
Redcliffe take on last years premiers, Kedron in a twilight game next Saturday at Kedron.
 
The Bayview Hotel Reserves keep getting better and better and find themselves knocking on the door for finals footy. Their massive 121 point win over Moorooka has the Tigers only one game out of the top 4, plus with a much better percentage than Calamvale who currently occupy 4th spot.  The Tigers could have and should have won by a far greater margin if they had their kicking boots on in the first half. They kicked 7 goals 14 to Moorooka's 3.2, which lead to a fair spray from Coach D J Woodcroft at halftime. Woodcroft demanded that his charges follow instructions and don't become goal hungry. It worked, and the Tigers reversed their 1st half score by kicking 14.7 and held Moorooka to one solitary goal for the last half. Redcliffe ran away with the game winning 21.21.147 to 4.2.26.
The Tigers welcomed back Dave McCreadie who didn't disappoint the many supporters at the ground, by kicking 7 goals in his return match. Dave has already played his part in Tigers history by kicking 9 goals in Redcliffe's highest ever score against Robina in 2002. Rainer Ralph continues to find the big sticks with adding another 3 goals to his tally, while Steve Jenkins, James Johnson, Aaron Hodnett and Harley Frusher found plenty of the ball.
The Reserves next prey will be Kedron @ Kedron next Saturday afternoon from 3pm.
 
The Masters played under lights at home for the first time and didn't disappoint with a 113 point victory.
With almost a full strength team the Redcliffe "GIO" Master's kicked 7 goals to nil in the first quarter to put the game beyond doubt. The onslaught didn't stop there with new recruit Tom McMahon and Lino "Tags" Taglieri dominating the clearances and keeping the forwards busy.
The potent Redcliffe forward line led by Rob Dickfos with 5 goals, was accurate all night kicking 23 goals and only 8 behinds.
The highlight of the night was the sharing of the ball and the usage particularly from the midfielders.
A great spectacle with the Masters playing some very good football in front of their home crowd.
Special Thanks to Master's player, Ray Pekin, for giving up his guernsey to umpire the game.
The Master's next take on Zillmere @ Zillmere under lights on Saturday July 13th. Times to follow.....
 

 Senior's

                  1st Qtr   2nd Qtr    3rd Qtr   Final Score

Redcliffe    6.6.42   12.9.81  17.13.115  26.14.170

Moorooka   2.1.13    5.3.33     9.3.57      12.5.77

Goals: James Niven 6, Kieran Ashby 5, Joel Ralph 5, Steve Broadhurst, Drew Argus, Joshua Bond 2, Michael Allkin, Jason Apps, Steve Kennedy, James Scapelli,1 Each.


Best:  Brett Somers, Joel Ralph, James Niven, Drew Argus, James Scapelli, Andrew Kouvaras, Shaun Dowell, Joshua Bond & Shaun O'Sullivan.

 

Other Div 2 Games

Beenleigh 17.13.115 def Logan City 8.5.53 

Calamvale 17.17.119 def Kedron 11.8.74

Ipswich 12.11.83 def Robina 13.3.81

 

 Reserve's

                 1st Qrt    2nd Qrt   3rd Qtr     Final Score

Redcliffe   4.5.29   7.14.56  14.17.101   21.21.147

Moorooka   1.1.7    3.2.20      3.2.20       4.2.26

Goals: Dave McCreadie 7, Rainer Ralph 3, Shane Williams, Adam Schultz, Harley Frusher 2, Aaron Hodnett, Aaron Spinks, Clint Maher, James Johnson, Matt Hendry,1 Each.

Best: Steve Jenkins, Craig Bickerton, Rohan Thurgood, Dave McCreadie, Harley Frusher, Aaron Hodnett, James Johnson & Clint Maher.

 

Other Div 2 Reserve's Results

Robina 7.8.50 Def Ipswich 6.11.47

Beenleigh 19.10.124 def Logan City 8.5.53

Kedron 7.10.77 def Calamvale 3.12.30

 

Master's

         Redcliffe 23-8-146 def BEENLEIGH 4-9-33


Goals: Rob Dickfos 5, Steve Brown 4, Russell Townsend 3, Barry Anderson 3, Rob Callander 2, Duane Sorgell 2, Darren Halley, Lino Taglieri, Grant Smith, Peter Kane 1.

Best: Lino Taglieri, Barry Anderson, Duane Sorgell, Tom McMahon, Rob Dickfos, Steve Brown, Russell Townsend.

 

Master's Shine under lights

 

The Masters played under lights at home for the first time and didn't disappoint with a 113 point victory.

With almost a full strength team Redcliffe kicked 7 goals to nil in the first quarter to put the game beyond doubt. The onslaught didn't stop there with new recruit Tom McMahon and Tags dominating the clearances and keeping  the forwards busy.

The potent Redcliffe forward line led by Rob Dickfos with 5 goals was accurate all night kicking 23 goals and only 8 behinds.

The highlight of the night was the sharing of the ball and the usage particuarly from the midfielders.

A great spectical with the Masters playing some very good football in front of their home crowd.

Next game is on Saturday 12th July at Zillmere. More details closer to the game.

 

 

 

 

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