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2021 u16 thread

Postby Speedy Tigers! » Mon Mar 08, 2021 2:44 pm

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Re: 2021 u16 thread

Postby Ranga » Mon Mar 08, 2021 10:13 pm

I see for our U'16s a Lucas Camporeale - son of Scott I assume?
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Re: 2021 u16 thread

Postby Speedy Tigers! » Fri Apr 02, 2021 8:01 am

"Should" make the finals now


Ben Ridgway (son of Guy) will be a star


Glenelg 8.13.61
WAFC 9.6.60

Ridgway 2.2
Hillier 2.1
McShane 1.2
Jones 1.1
Redman 1.0
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Re: 2021 u16 thread

Postby Speedy Tigers! » Sun Apr 11, 2021 8:58 pm

Rd 6

Glenelg 17.12.114

WWT 11.4.70
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u16's play their last minor round match of the season this Wednesday night at Glenelg vs CDFC

Current ladder has us third , 'almost' guaranteed a finals spot

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Re: 2021 u16 thread

Postby Speedy Tigers! » Wed Apr 14, 2021 4:23 pm

Play their last minor round game tonight at the bay vs CDFC at 630
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Re: 2021 u16 thread

Postby Pseudo » Wed Apr 14, 2021 10:02 pm

Speedy Tigers! wrote:Play their last minor round game tonight at the bay vs CDFC at 630

Won by 2 points, after Central kicked the last 3 goals of the match.
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Re: 2021 u16 thread

Postby Speedy Tigers! » Wed Apr 14, 2021 11:32 pm

indeed

Finished third, play Sturt in the 2 v 3 knock out semi-final at West Sunday (time TBA)
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Re: 2021 u16 thread

Postby Speedy Tigers! » Fri Apr 16, 2021 1:52 pm

Speedy Tigers! wrote:indeed

Finished third, play Sturt in the 2 v 3 knock out semi-final at West Sunday (time TBA)



1.15 Sunday @ West confirmed
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Re: 2021 u16 thread

Postby Wood.N.Spoon » Mon Apr 19, 2021 7:58 am

Speedy Tigers! wrote:
Speedy Tigers! wrote:indeed

Finished third, play Sturt in the 2 v 3 knock out semi-final at West Sunday (time TBA)



1.15 Sunday @ West confirmed


Beat Sturt to get to play South in Grand Final this weekend
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Re: 2021 u16 thread

Postby Speedy Tigers! » Mon Apr 19, 2021 1:02 pm

Confirmed - GF this Sunday @ Noarlunga at 11AM (vs South)
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Re: 2021 u16 thread

Postby Speedy Tigers! » Wed Apr 21, 2021 9:37 pm

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Players to watch ahead of SANFL U16 Torrens University Cup grand final — South Adelaide v Glenelg

We’ve put together a list of stars to watch during Sunday’s live stream of the SANFL under-16 grand final between South Adelaide and Glenelg. See how to watch.

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South Adelaide and Glenelg will battle in the SANFL’s under-16 Torrens University Cup grand final this Sunday.

The huge Anzac Day clash will be live streamed on advertiser.com.au from 11am.

See the list below.

It follows the broadcast of last weekend’s under-16 semi-finals, with South earning a grand final berth after beating North Adelaide and Glenelg proved too strong for Sturt.

The Panthers finished the season top, but the Tigers (third) will be aiming to claim an unprecedented fifth successive under-16 flag.

Both sides have plenty of talent and ahead of the live stream, we have put together a list of 10 players to watch.

BEN RIDGWAY
Glenelg

He’s the skipper of the Tigers’ under-16 side and there’s no way anyone could leave Ridgway off the list.

The rising star plays predominantly as an inside midfielder but also gives Glenelg versatility as he can be moved into the forward line or even into defence if needed.

His leadership qualities set him apart from the rest but he has starred on-field this season, averaging 23.3 possessions, 4.1 clearances and 5.3 tackles across seven matches.


ASHTON MOIR

Glenelg

Moir is the Tigers’ vice-captain and is also known for his strong leadership qualities.

The defender can also float forward if the coach requires him to lend a hand inside 50.

Moir’s strengths are with his ability to take strong marks and he has averaged 7.1 this season.


HARRY FRANCIS
Glenelg

The ruckman starred during Glenelg’s 37-point semi-final victory over Sturt, booting three majors to go with nine marks and 14 hit-outs.

Francis is the side’s deputy vice-captain and ended the minor rounds with a shopping 53 hit-outs.

He has been instrumental in helping the Tigers reach the flag decider and has also been used as a forward.


ELI REDMAN
Glenelg

Redman is a country lad, originally from Millicent and has been one of the top performers for Glenelg this season.

He plays as a midfielder/forward and ended last week’s clash with the Double Blues with 21 possessions.

Redman’s work ethic and hunt for the footy make him one to watch in the grand final.

ANDREW MCSHANE
Glenelg

McShane is originally from Penola and is also part of the Tigers potent midfield/forward line.

He’s been one of the side’s most consistent performers this season and he notched 23 disposals, four tackles along with four clearances during the semi against Sturt.

McShane has averaged 18.5 clearances, 2.8 clearances and 4.5 tackles this season.

Andrew McShane in action for Glenelg’s under-16 side. Picture: Peter Argent
Andrew McShane in action for Glenelg’s under-16 side. Picture: Peter Argent


TOM WHEATON
South Adelaide

Wheaton is an inside midfielder, originally from Strathalbyn Football Club.

He’s south’s skipper and is strong in the contest and uses the ball well, helping to drive the Panthers forward.

In last weekend’s 32-point triumph over North Adelaide, Wheaton amassed 24 disposals, 10 clearances and kicked a goal.

TOM SCHIRMER
South Adelaide

The ruckman originally from Reynella is a force to be reckoned with his ability to hand his midfielders first use of the ball at stoppages.

Schirmer can also slot into the forward line, giving the Panthers another tall option inside 50.

This season, he has averaged 26 hit-outs across seven games and has racked up a total of 20 clearances.


JACK DELEAN
South Adelaide

Delean is a powerful force inside 50 and has created havoc for many defenders this season.

He is accurate in front of the big sticks, having booted 7.2 last week and a total of 23 goals this season.

Delean is also a strong mark and good at ground level.

South Adelaide's Jack Delean celebrates kicking his second goal during the Panthers’ under-16 clash with Glenelg. Picture: Cory Sutton, SANFL
South Adelaide's Jack Delean celebrates kicking his second goal during the Panthers’ under-16 clash with Glenelg. Picture: Cory Sutton, SANFL
The young star can also play through the midfield, giving South another option at centre bounces.

NICHOLAS SCHRODER
South Adelaide

The key defender is quick and skilful.

Schroder is known for his closing speed and ability to run down opponents.

His run and carry across the backlines is also strong, giving the Panthers a good transition from defence into attack.

Schroder has averaged 3.4 defensive rebounds this season, to go with his 11 disposal average.


BENNY BARRETT
South Adelaide

Barrett is a small forward, originally from Happy Valley Football Club.


He is very speedy and has super strong evasive skills, making him difficult to tackle.

The rising star is crafty around the goals and has booted six majors from seven matches this season.
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Re: 2021 u16 thread

Postby Speedy Tigers! » Thu Apr 22, 2021 6:24 pm

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by ZAC MILBANK

The contrast in U16 Torrens University Cup Grand Final history couldn’t be more stark between Sunday’s combatants in South Adelaide and Glenelg.

Minor premier South, coached by Brett Hudson, is searching for its first premiership since the grade’s inception in 2010, having been runner-up to Sturt in 2015.

Glenelg, guided by Scott Uppington, is aiming to string together its fifth U16 flag in succession in an amazing streak dating back to 2016.

Both teams completed the seven-match minor round with a 5-2 win-loss record, the Panthers hosting the 2021 decider from 11am at Flinders University Stadium after boasting an eight percent advantage on the Tigers.


South’s Strathalbyn product Tom Wheaton will be one to watch in the midfield, having averaged 21.7 disposals in his seven outings while al leading the competition in clearances with 6.5 per game.

The Panthers’ captain will receive solid support from Blake Rodrigues, who has averaged 18 disposals and four clearances.

In attack, Jack Delean looms as an obvious danger for the Tigers after booting seven goals in South’s semi-final win against North last Sunday.

Leading the competition with 23 goals for the season, Delean will also have Phoenix Hargrave – who has registered 13 goals this year – as his foil.

Glenelg’s midfield will include prominent pair Ben Ridgway and Lucas Camporeale, averaging 23.2 and 19.6 possessions respectively.

Tigers captain Ridgway is the son of former Bays utility Guy Ridgway, who played for the club during the 1990s while Camporeale is the son of Carlton premiership wingman Scott Camporeale.

The Tigers have spread their scoring contribution around this season, with Charlie Hillier and Brock Summerhayes leading the way for their team with 11 and 10 goals each.

The match will be screened live and on demand, with play-by-play commentary, on SANFL’s Digital Pass.



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U16 Torrens University Cup Grand Final Teams
SOUTH
Heinze, Barrett, Rodrigues, Draper, Hargrave, Hoeck, Delean, Taylor, Woodcock, Pilmore, Hamilton, Pearsons, Wheaton, Bobridge, Duke, Baxter, Daris, Mechan, Amos, Howes, Churchill, Schroder, Keir, Oliver, Agnew, Schirmer



GLENELG
Dutton, Corcoran, Camporeale, Symonds, Judd, Delaney, Payne, Ryan, Weber, McShane, Altus, Shanks, Thiele, Adkin, Mackay, McAnney, Jones, Kean, Hillier, Redman, Summerhayes, Ridgway, Moir, Kolb, Hawke, Francis
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Re: 2021 u16 thread

Postby Pseudo » Sun Apr 25, 2021 2:41 pm

Just checked the score.

In front at half time.

Got smashed in the end.

Still, being on track for 5 in a row is no mean feat. Congrats to the lads, the future of GFC.
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