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u16’s GF

Postby bay_girl23 » Sun May 05, 2019 2:54 pm

Bays defeated West at City Mazda

Bays 12 13 85
West 6 10 46
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Re: u16’s GF

Postby Dirko » Sun May 05, 2019 9:13 pm

Go you young Bays! West were hot favorites so you beat!
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Re: u16’s GF

Postby Speedy Tigers! » Fri May 10, 2019 2:46 pm

was quite an extraordinary season for the 16's

Rd 5 lost to South 13.18.96 to 3.6.24

After Round 5 (of 7) they were 7th (of 8 teams) on the ladder with 2 wins and 3 Losses and a % of only 45%

Round 6 they played the 4th team (Woodville) and had a win

Glenelg 16.9.105 WWT 4.8.32

After Round 6 (of 7) they were 4th (of 8 teams) on the ladder with 3 wins and 3 Losses and a % of 50%

Round 7 they played the 7th team (Sturt) and had a win

Glenelg 10.9.69 Sturt 7.9.51


After Round 7 (of 7) they were 3rd (of 8 teams) on the ladder with 4 wins and 3 Losses and a % of 51%

First final was v South. big turn a round

Glenelg 10.7.67 South 7.9.51

Grand final we beat the team that topped the ladder West

Glenelg 12.13.85
West 6.10.46


(West beat us by 15 points in round 1)

Glenelg wins fourth consecutive U16 Torrens University Cup

A potent second quarter – in which Glenelg kicked six consecutive goals – gave the Bays control of the U16 Torrens University Cup Grand Final at half-time, ultimately leading to a comfortable victory against West Adelaide.

In a tough and uncompromising contest early, Glenelg blew the encounter open in second term, before a more even second half, where they went on to win this year’s title-decider by 39 points.

The match was played at City Mazda Stadium, Richmond, against their hosts, the Bloods, who were minor premiers and lost just a single game during the minor round.

Glenelg coach Scott Uppington explained, after five points separated the combatants at the first interval, his side arrested the momentum of the game in the second quarter, which he sees as a critical component in underage football.

“I reckon we kicked six goals to one in that term and this really set up the victory,” Uppington continued.

“While any game is never won at half-time I thought we’d given ourselves a good opportunity.

“It was a strong all round team effort with many contributors across the ground.”

Co-captain Kane Viska said this year’s Glenelg Under 16 side was confident going into the game despite losing to West Adelaide in round one.

“We had played a good month of football leading in and we felt like we had the ammunition to get the job done,” Viska, the son of former Tiger and Crow Mark Viska, confirmed.

Fellow Bays Captain Harry McInnes, from Naracoorte, reflected that both the city and the country boys gelled well and that was displayed in the team’s performance in the Grand Final.

Kingston lad Will Watts was exciting all game, collecting 33 disposals and kicking a goal.

Tigers’ midfielder Harry Tunkin, who hails from Millicent and now a Prince Alfred College student, played the link role well, collecting 28 touches while also slotting through a major.

In defence, Lewis Rayson produced immaculate skills by foot, having 23 kicks, many on his raking left foot, among his 29 disposals across half back.

Hugh Stagg showed his marking strength and kicked three goals along with laying a team-high six tackles.

Opportunist forward Nasiah Wanganeen kicked two goals during the second-quarter onslaught by the Bays, with his second being a freakish snap.

In a long best player list for Glenelg, others to take the eye included the feisty Darcy Gluyas on a wing, strong-marking defender Oscar Adams and marking talent up forward, Jayden Davis, who booted 2.3.

Best of the West Adelaide players were Cooper Thomson, Tyson Coe and David Midwinter in defence, while ruckman Nadim Queiss was gallant and competitive at the stoppages all day.

Jed Obst and diminutive Charlie Pridham battled across the game, while Dylan White kicked three goals.

Charbel Queiss kicked two majors from limited opportunities.



GLENELG 3.2 9.3 10.7 12.13 (85)

WEST 2.3 3.3 5.4 6.10 (46)

LEADING DISPOSALS – Glenelg: Watts 33, Rayson 29, Tunkin 28, Gluyas 27, Stagg 23, Davis 17, Beecken 15.

West: Thomson 24, Obst, Pridham 17, Thackeray 16, N. Oueiss 15, Kennedy, Roberts 14.

GOALS – Glenelg: Stagg 3, Davis, Wanganeen 2, Brougham, Harding, McInnes, Tunkin, Watts.

West: White 3, C. Ouiess 2, N. Ouiess.
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