Round 18 v Collingullie Game day roundup


Today we welcome Collingullie for 3 huge games of football. For us it’s an elimination final as Collingullie look to cement top spot.

Last weekend we travelled down Edward st to Maher Oval. The under 17’s kick started the day. The boys battled hard all day but unfortunately couldn’t put score board pressure on. As Turvey skipped away we never let up which was pleasing. Riley Green, Xav Lyons and Harry Bennett all had strong games. The boys have a must win clash today in order to play finals.

A week is a long time in football for our reserve grade. From our worst performance to our best. The Flu ripped through camp and with the help from our under 17’s the boys started strongly and finally managed to hang on in a close one winning by 3 points. Jake Osbeiston had a blinder and was well supported by Will Carroll, Pat Harrington and Rob Tuohey. The boys will be looking to knock off another top 3 side this week.

We are in the 5!!! The boys had a pleasing performance and got the job done to move back into the top 5. We slowly kicked away and ran out 49 point winners. Nathan Dowdle has his best game in Tigers colours with plenty of ball and 3 goals. Ben Farrell continued his strong second half of the year and Nathan Cooke and Fred Lovell found a lot of ball. Our season is now in our hands with a win today securing 5th spot and finals action.

Fun Fact. Ash Dikkenburg has kicked 2.18 for the year or 5 goals straight if you ask him.

Go Hard and see you in the bar

Timmy the Tiger #99


The 17’s Tigers had another tough game going down 20 to 26. Emma Van Der Rijt was once again dominant in defence while Janaya Colgan worked hard in the centre.

C grade were narrowly defeated 29 to 30. Bec Myers was solid all game through the centre combining well with Josephine Daly in the attacking end.

B grade had another close game going down by just the one goal 39 to 40. Kate Roberts was strong all game causing a number of turnovers with Bridget Robertson working hard in defence.

A reserve Tigers pulled out a good win 45 to 34. Maddie Kelly set up the majority of the play through the centre and in the attacking end while Tilly Vearing picked up a few intercepts.

A grade had a good win against a tough team coming away 64 to 50. Anna Ryan was a force in the attacking end with strong drives and Madi Casley worked hard in the defensive end.

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