reserves and u18 vs CDFC

PLEASE REGISTER AND LOG IN to enable access to the other forums. Topics all about the Glenelg Tigers in the SANFL, match reports, photos, team selection, news and views. The Tigers play Australian Rules Football in the South Australian National Football League.

reserves and u18 vs CDFC

Postby Speedy Tigers! » Fri Jul 06, 2018 10:00 am

Armfield, H. Boyle, Carmody, Clark, Davidson, Davis, Hawkins, I. Milera, Kerrish, Leck, Lovelock, Mackenzie, Martini, McGinty, Potter, Sawford, Schreiber, Searle, Sullivan, Viska, yates

F: Willis, Le Cornu, Symonds
HF: McCarthy, Di Sotto, Liambis
C: Park, McMurray, McDermott
HB: Kelsh, Thompson, Carney
B: Otto, Dowdell, Corso

R: T. Jones, Wisdom, McRae
INT: Bonutto, Kitschke, Brinkworth, Holyoak, Lovelock, Viska
User avatar
Speedy Tigers!
2020 "Cornes" Sponsor
Posts: 22598
Joined: Fri Apr 15, 2005 4:34 pm

Re: reserves and u18 vs CDFC

Postby Speedy Tigers! » Sat Jul 07, 2018 8:14 pm

Reserves and 18's both won


Glenelg 16.10.106
CDFC 4.4.28
Goal Kickers
N Leck (6)
P Clark (2)
I Milera (2)
H Boyle
Z Hawkins
S Kerrish
O Lovelock
W McGinty
T Sullivan

Stats ... 2018-10453

Hawkins easily BOG, Sawf and Yates did well as well.

Nick Leck was our u19 skipper last year, was cut pretty early in pre season and was invited back 3 weeks ago and has kicked 3 bags in 3 matches

Glenelg 13.10.88
CDFC 8.8.56

Stats ... 2018-10454
User avatar
Speedy Tigers!
2020 "Cornes" Sponsor
Posts: 22598
Joined: Fri Apr 15, 2005 4:34 pm

Re: reserves and u18 vs CDFC

Postby Mods » Mon Jul 09, 2018 9:11 am

Nice early afternoon at the bay on Saturday.

Thoroughly good way to spend a couple of hours watching the 18s do their stuff whilst enjoying a burger and a couple of beers in front of the club. Best part of the day footy wise was watching the Boys five goals up in the last two minutes of the game tackling and smothering and harresing the Dogs boys to try and prevent them from getting a last goal

Wisdom played well along with one of country zone kids McMurray (Hi Ecky). Le Cornu and Thompson werent bad also.

Like always with us having the college kids "in" certainly makes us stronger.

Someone who surprised me was young Clayton Symonds (son -of) who has grown almost a foot since he tried out of the 16s two years ago. Is now good overhead, has good skills and has the Symonds tank.

Hopefully they persist with him over the next few years as he will develop late but could be a good winger/swing man in the 1s down the track.
"Ladies and gentlemen there are many good players in football and there are some greats and then there is a rare number who are champions. Tonight you get to see one of those champions – Peter Carey." Michael Sexton, Remembering the Horse, Footy Almanac
User avatar
2020 "Cornes" Sponsor
Posts: 7654
Joined: Tue Dec 20, 2005 12:00 am
Location: Back bar at Lennies

Return to The RESERVES + the Other grades

Who is online

Users browsing this forum: No registered users and 3 guests