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2023 U16 & U18 Round 1

PostPosted: Fri Mar 24, 2023 5:32 pm
by Ranga
Juniors kick off this weekend with a trip to the Ponderosa.

I have it on good authority that they have repaired the fence on the train station side so you have to walk around or risk taking the car.

ROUND 1 2023

No Name Surname Community Club
1 Isaiah Clothier Plympton FC
2 Mason Hall Marion FC
3 Alex Percy Marion FC
4 Harry Hosking Brighton Bombers
5 Timothy Alver Plympton FC
7 Luke Candy Brighton Bombers
8 Finn Crouch PHOS Camden
10 Reuben Brookes Plympton FC
13 Cooper Bray Henley Sharks
15 Harry Franz Plympton FC
18 Gus Welsby Plympton FC
19 Campbell Will Bordertown FC
20 Max Atkin Phos Camden
23 Max Sweet Goodwood Saints
24 Wil Rooney Plympton FC
25 Jacob McNicol Goodwood Saints
26 Jacob Salmon South Gambier
29 Caleb Tregenza Plympton FC
30 Darby Fitzgerald Brighton Bombers
31 Ned McCarthy Bordertown FC
33 Tom Amber Brighton Bombers
35 Reed Francis-NiaNia Brighton Bombers
36 Harvey Raidis Henley Sharks
40 Ryder Window Phos Camden
42 Rex Jones South Gambier FC

ROUND 1 2023

No Name Surname Community Club
1 Lucas Camporeale Brighton Bombers
2 Ryan Wurfel Brighton Bombers
3 Beau Symonds Sacred Heart College
4 Anders McShane Penola Eagles FC
5 Ben Ridgway Brighton
8 James Dutton Robe FC
9 Bowen Payne Phos camden
10 Eli Redman Millicent FNC
11 Ben Camporeale Brighton Bombers
12 Harry Plews Plympton Bulldogs
14 Izayah Kean Henley sharks
15 Bodie Ryan Sacred Heart College
17 Josh Altus Keith Crows
18 Jack Walters Edwardstown FC
20 Kallan Bevan Mount Burr FC
21 Zac Earl Goodwood Saints FC
22 Jack Clements Plympton Bulldogs
23 Billy Hawke Henley Sharks
24 Harry Ramm Brighton Bombers
25 Harry Francis PHOS Camden
26 Ben Dewhirst Sacred Heart College
27 Charlie McAuliffe Plympton Bulldogs
28 Archer Rouvray Brighton Bombers
29 Kalan Shanks Millicent Football club
30 Ashton Moir Plympton bulldogs
43 Mitchell Cornolo West Gambier FC

Re: 2023 U16 & U18 Round 1

PostPosted: Mon Mar 27, 2023 10:22 am
by Ranga
Under 16's had a big win:

Central District 2.2 ... 3.3 ... 5.6 ... 6.11 (47)
Glenelg ... 1.3 ... 5.6 ... 10.6 ... 17.7 (109)

Goals: Luke Candy (4.1), Max Atkin (3.0), Isaiah Clothier (2.1), Ryder Window (2.0), Timothy Alver (1.1), Finn Crouch (1.0), Reed Francis-Nia Nia (1.0), Rex Jones (1.0), Ned McCarthy (1.0), Jacob McNicol (1.0)

Under 18's fell short:

Central District ... 1.4 ... 6.5 ... 11.7 ... 12.8 (80)
Glenelg ... 4.2 ... 7.4 ... 9.4 ... 10.8 (68)

Goals: Ashton Moir (4.3), Zac Earl (1.1), Harry Francis (1.1), Ben Camporeale (1.0), Charlie McAuliffe (1.0)

SANFL wrote:Central District overcame a slow start to record a confidence-boosting 12-point win against reigning premier Glenelg at X Convenience Oval.

Despite only managing one goal in the opening quarter en route to trailing by 16 points at the first change, the Bulldogs quickly got themselves back into the contest by booting 5.1 in the second stanza.

But it was the third term which proved pivotal as the hosts slammed on 5.2 while holding the Tigers to just 2.0 to set up the victory.

Bulldog Sebastian Wauer was everywhere to register 30 disposals, six marks and two goals while Samuel Sibbick and Riley McDonald were also prominent as teammate Tallan Rosenzweig booted four goals.

Glenelg excitement machine Ashton Moir, in line for League selection this week, did his chances of promotion no harm by booting 4.3 from 18 disposals and 10 marks.

Tigers Charlie McAuliffe and Bodie Ryan were also solid contributors but their efforts weren’t enough to overcome Central’s tenacity.