Tigers Too Slick For Leopards

By , 4 April 2011

Tigers Too Slick For Leopards
Tigers Too Slick For Leopards

Seniors Over Run Calamvale in Last Quarter

Reserves send Scotty Ward to his Wedding on a High...

Cary Pollock 100 Games

Seniors Report Now Up...

Tigers Too Slick For Leopards

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Round 3

Seniors

Redcliffe vs Calamvale


                    1st Qtr     2nd Qtr     3rd Qtr      Final Score
Redcliffe      2.3.15       6.7.43       9.7.61      16.12.108 

Calamvale    4.1.25       5.2.32      11.8.74      14.10.94

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Goals: Jason Apps 4, Mathew Argall 3, Marcus Gregory 2, Tyler Hayes, Damian Lee, Richard Kernick, Ben Strang, Toby Southgate, Brett Thomson, Craig Bickerton 1.

Best: Brett Somers, Jason Apps, Richard Kernick, Brett Thomson, Mark Fitzpatrick, Jason Goodenough, Marcus Gregory, Aaron Richardson.

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Reserves

Redcliffe vs Calamvale


                    1st Qtr     2nd Qtr     3rd Qtr      Final Score
Redcliffe      6.6.36      10.8.68    17.8.110    21.14.140

Calamvale    2.0.12       3.2.20       5.4.34        8.5.53

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Goals: Brett Rawlings 5, Clint Frusher 4, Cary Pollock, Steve Dooley 3, Daniel Smiljanic, Cameron Christie 2, Ash Humphrey, Richard Dobson 1.

Best: Clint Frusher, Brendan Le Mescam, Brett Rawlings, Cary Pollock, Nick Spring, Cameron Christie, Jared Thirlwell.

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Congratulations to Cary Pollock on finally playing his 100th game for the club. Cary kicked 3 majors in the first quarter to set the game up for the Tigers. He'll be feeling it tomorrow, but what a great sight to see back at the club. Well done Big Fella...

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Reports to follow, hopefully...

Scotty Ward is getting married today, and as a true Aussie Rules bloke, he made sure the Reserves had the game well and truely secured before leaving the ground to get married... Luv ya work Scotty, and all the very best to you and your beautiful wife Yasmin.

Seniors

After a good week on the training track with high numbers it was clear that the previous week’s loss had not dented the determination of the senior group to make up for a disappointing fade out against Nambour. With the focus squarely aimed at this week’s opponent Calamvale, the warm up was purposeful and unified. As in previous weeks the game started with intensity and unsure hands affected both teams drive forward. Calamvale got the upper hand during the quarter and with jubilant screams and celebrations after each goal it seemed the Leopards were trying to make a statement. After finishing the quarter 10 point down the message to the players was to take control of the pace and hit more targets as turn over’s were making the work load heavier than it should have been. The second quarter saw just that with all players lifting and with strong contested work from Lee, Dragicevic, Thomson and Palmer through the midfield and Somers helping out the defensive half with solid marking the deficit was quickly reeled in. A 4 goal to 1 second quarter saw the Tigers take an 11 point lead into half time and with the backline repelling every attack the Tigers confidence was growing. As was the third quarter the previous week though the Tigers managed to lose their way and by 3 quarter time the four points were now within grasp of Calamvale. After a few home truths politely discussed at three quarter time it was clear that we needed to make a choice to impose ourselves on the game in order to get the desired result. With Calamvale scoring first it was not the ideal start but then the Tiger machine kicked into gear and the determination and desperation at every contest made for a vastly different looking Tiger outfit. The backline were sensational and the attacking run of Backhouse, Richardson, Benny Strang and Fitzpatrick was productive to say the least. Kernick’s effort on the wing all day was great with several inside 50’s to his name and Somers continued a memorable day of marking repelling every Calamvale attempt to exit their defensive half. Finishing the quarter with 7 goals 5 resulting in a 14 point win showed great character and fight and with the bar having now been raised the challenge will be to put 4 quarters together next week against Griffith/Moorooka. With the first win under our belts it is sure to be another positive week on the track and with the Reserves undefeated and smashing Calamvale by 87 points there are plenty of players pushing for senior selection.
Thanks to Steve Brown, Ray White, Parksy, Deano, Andy Barnes, Curly, Paul Gregory, Barry, Mel, Chris Nicholson, Ray Palmer and all the other volunteers that have helped out so far this season. Anyone who wants to get more involved with senior footy please contact me as we can always use more help and I might even by u a pie and a coke ( pie and coke not guaranteed )
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Other Results

Seniors

Caboolture 15.9.99 def Coomera 4.11.35

Griffith Moorooka 8.9.57 def by Ipswich 24.15.159

Nambour 13.11.89 def Beenleigh 11.9.75

Logan City 31.16.202 def UQ Red Lions 5.6.36

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Reserves

Caboolture 10.5.65 def Coomera 9.8.62

Griffith Moorooka 5.4.34 def by Ipswich 17.7.109

Nambour 11.6.72 def Beenleigh 11.12.78

Logan City 9.8.62 def by UQ Red Lions 12.5.77

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Ladder

Seniors

POS   TEAM P W L D FF For Agst % PTS
1   Logan City 3 3 0 0 0 388 133 291.73 12
2   Nambour & Hinterland 3 3 0 0 0 359 150 239.33 12
3   Ipswich 3 2 1 0 0 353 194 181.96 8
4   Caboolture 3 2 1 0 0 224 145 154.48 8
5   Beenleigh 3 2 1 0 0 265 172 154.07 8
6   Coomera 3 2 1 0 0 210 157 133.76 8
7 Redcliffe 3 1 2 0 0 192 271 70.85 4
8   Calamvale 3 0 3 0 0 202 370 54.59 0
9   Griffith Moorooka 3 0 3 0 0 139 409 33.99 0
10   UQ Redlions 2 3 0 3 0 0 78 409 19.07 0
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Reserves

POS   TEAM P W L D FF For Agst % PTS
1 Redcliffe 3 3 0 0 0 253 109 232.11 12
2   Beenleigh 3 3 0 0 0 224 127 176.38 12
3   Caboolture 3 2 1 0 0 177 128 138.28 8
4   Ipswich 3 2 1 0 0 230 170 135.29 8
5   Coomera 3 2 1 0 0 197 171 115.20 8
6   UQ Redlions 2 3 1 2 0 0 172 209 82.30 4
7   Logan City 3 1 2 0 0 148 184 80.43 4
8   Nambour & Hinterland 3 1 2 0 0 118 166 71.08 4
9   Calamvale 3 0 3 0 0 165 283 58.30 0
10   Griffith Moorooka 3 0 3 0 0 77 214 35.98 0

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