Round 7 vs Edi-Asp (Football/Netball)

Round 7 Results and Coaches reports

SENIORS

 

Edi-Asp

1.4-10

3.10-28

7.12-54

11.15-81

Mornington

2.2-14

4.6-30

9.11-65

10.13-73

           

Goal Kickers: J. Smart 3, D. Whelan 2, J. Calder 2, J. Dickson 2, B. De Ruyter
Best Players: C. Baker, J. Cameron, B. De Ruyter, W. Miller, N. Martin, J. Haddock

Playing Edithvale away is always tough but the boys started well, looking fast early with Cameron, Miller and Baker winning plenty of ball through the middle of the ground setting up our forwards. Up until three quarter time we had the game under control but a lapse in concentration, effort and willingness to stick to the game plan saw Edithvale over run us and win the game by a narrow margin. Brendan DeRuyter, Warwick Miller and Nick Martin gave everything they had all day along with Jai Haddock, Chris Baker and Jimmy Cameron.

RESERVES

 

Edi-Asp

1.3-9

3.5-23

6.8-44

9.12-66

Mornington

2.3-15

4.4-28

4.5-29

6.6-42

           

Goal Kickers: P. Hampton 3, L. Fitzsimmons, J. Gardner, J. Brown
Best Players: J. Brown, L. Fitzsimmons, A. Debernardi, P. Hampton, C. Cowan, H. Cameron

 With a trip to Edi-Asp and again struggling for numbers the Two’s were feeling confident of putting up a good performance, with a very even first half the boys led at half time . With the 3rd quarter on its way it was important the boys push the advantage home and go into the last term with a lead.

The last term on its way and a few injuries we had our backs against it , but to the boys credit they continued to work hard but come up short. There were some good efforts for the day led by Hampton, Debernardi, Browny & Lovick. I would like to thank the guys that filled in for the day it is much appreciated.

 

 

UNDER 19’s

 

Edi-Asp

1.3-9

4.7-31

7.9-51

9.11-65

Mornington

2.3-15

4.5-29

5.6-36

9.7-61

           

Goal Kickers: B. Bird 3, L. Hewitt 2, C. Mara, J. Turnbull, K. Bird, L. Ambler
Best Players: G. Turner, K. Bird, L. Ambler, Q. Christy, B. Bird, B. Harding

Turnovers cost us dearly against Edi-Asp with our opponents scoring four goals from skill errors. The good teams will always hurt you going the other way if you continuously give it back to them and hitting targets is an area that we need to improve quickly if we are to advance. Our endeavour was good on the day however we fell just short of a pass mark with Edi-Asp getting over the line by a few points. Better players on the day were Ash Williams, Gus Turner and Josh Small.      

 NETBALL

D Grade

Edi-Asp

 54 def 10 

Mornington

C Grade

Edi-Asp

 84 def 32 

Mornington

B Grade

Edi-Asp

 58 def 29 

Mornington

A Grade

Edi-Asp

 51 def 29 

Mornington

 

4 hard fought games last week but alas no wins against Edi-Asp.

D’s had a tough outing but improvement was shown by Emily and Georgie. Pippa worked hard @ WD then needed her height in the goal circle. Bec tried hard all game but was not tall enough @ GD. Effort and endeavour was evident as Ainslie, Em and George all fought each other for the loose ball.

Gabby stole the show in C grade, making herself centre of attention when she lost her shoe and we all had to wait for her.  But she also put in a great performance in goals. Dee got her hands on a few rebounds with Kyaa giving her all at WD/GD.

In B the Eagles surprised us in the 1st quarter with their slick ball movement but we matched them in the 2nd. Our defenders and goalers had a tough time although the mid court was evenly matched. Chris and Monica’s experience @ C was supported by Leah and Leisel on the wings. Love the expressions on Chris’ face every time the whistle went against her.

Tess H was a live wire @ C in the A game and we got off to a great start with numerous turnovers to give us the lead at the first break – the first time we have ever won a quarter against EA. Candace and Alex were strong in defence with Tess and Georgia putting pressure on the feeders. An excellent game, with high intensity throughout. Although the scoreboard shows a large margin it was not felt by the players on court.

 

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