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Res and u18 v West

PostPosted: Fri Jul 27, 2018 10:34 pm
by Speedy Tigers!
Glenelg V West Adelaide
Sunday July 29th, Gliderol Stadium, 11:30 am

Betterman Harrison Boyle Carmody
Patrick Clark Brad Close Tobin Cox
Sean Davidson Sam Davis Ian Milera
Seb Kerrish Tim Mackenzie Alex Martini
Brad Noble Henry Papatolis Potter
Ruck - Damon Robinson, Tim Sullivan, Neil Vea Vea

Interchange - Sam Walker, Jack Yates

In - N/A

Out - N/A

Re: Res and u18 v West

PostPosted: Sat Jul 28, 2018 9:57 pm
by Speedy Tigers!
u18's had a narrow win

Glenelg 17.8.110
WAFC 16.9.105
Goal Kickers
L Edwards (5)
L Di Sotto (2)
L Pedlar (2)
J Slade (2)
J Armfield
J Currie
K Dean
J Holyoak
T McManus
C Park ... 2018-10454

Re: Res and u18 v West

PostPosted: Sat Jul 28, 2018 10:46 pm
by Mods
Luke can play. Better talent wise than Jackson IMO, but not as driven.

There's not many as driven as Jackson though TBH!

Re: Res and u18 v West

PostPosted: Sun Jul 29, 2018 11:49 pm
by Speedy Tigers!
Glenelg 9.13.67
West Adelaide 9.7.61
Goal Kickers
P Clark (2)
F Betterman
H Boyle
B Close
T Cox
S Kerrish
I Milera
T Sullivan ... 2018-10453

Re: Res and u18 v West

PostPosted: Tue Jul 31, 2018 11:35 am
by Speedy Tigers!
GLENELG 9.13.67
Round 16 was always going to be a good clash between Glenelg and West Adelaide reserves. It was a close battle between the two sides but it would have to be said West played a better brand of football for the first half but failed to punish us on the scoreboard. We were wayward in front of the big sticks and even though we had more scoring shots still trailed by 5 points at the long break. To the players credit they listened to instructions and worked hard on the basics whilst also building the connectivity between the lines. The third term saw us again miss shots on goal but the endeavour was there and we felt like the game was ours to win if we could correct the goal kicking and balance all over the ground.
We adjusted at three quarter time and and got the game back on our terms in the last quarter. The main focus of score board pressure and intensity whilst making sure we had the right balance with moving the ball by hand and foot. We wrestled back momentum producing a scrappy congested last quarter. We drew level with West at the 6 minute mark of the final quarter and from there edged our way in front to hang on by 6 points. The final score of 9:13 will need to be rectified as we head towards finals to make sure we are the side hitting the scoreboard. We will take the win and get ready for North next Sunday at Prospect and will then have the quick follow up to play West again in the space of 12 days in a stand alone Friday night game.