Round Six vs Langwarrin (Football/Netball)

SENIORS

 

Mornington

1.3-9

6.7-43

8.8-56

10.11-71

Langwarrin

4.4-28

6.5-41

9.10-64

13.16-94

           

Goal Kickers: J. Calder 4, S. Seager 2, D. Whelan 2, J. Dickson, B. Smeeton
Best Players: J. Calder, W. Miller, R. Odell, J. Matthews, W. Goosey, N. Martin

The seniors started slowly however fought back with the wind in the second quarter to lead by 2 points at the main break. The lead probably should have been greater however the boys allowed a couple of late goals to the opposition. They played well into the wind in the third term and only trailed by 8 points at the final break kicking with a strong breeze. Disappointingly they didn't capitalise on the position and allowed Langwarrin to outplay them in the last quarter, a poor finish to the game. Jacko continued his good form kicking 5, O'dell continues to develop as a quality senior player with Goose and Martin also playing well.

RESERVES

 

Mornington

3.2-20

4.4-28

5.6-36

5.7-37

Langwarrin

3.2-20

8.8-56

11.12-78

14.19-103

           

Goal Kickers: R. Whitling 2, P. Hampton, S. Dalziel, J. Brown
Best Players: J. Brown, A. Debernardi, P. Hampton, L. Sweetnam, R. Whitling, K. Paley

 

It was going to be a good day great weather, ladies luncheon and a big crowd watching on. Till half time it was fairly even with both teams hitting the score board. After half time things started to change, we were second to the ball and chasing a lot of Langwarrin jumpers. By the start of the last quarter with our bench down to one left, we had trouble running out the game but still tried right to the end. With a bye this weekend it is a good time to get our injuries sorted out and a bit of a break before we tackle Edi-Asp. Go doggies

 

 

UNDER 19’s

 

Mornington

4.6-30

6.7-43

7.8-50

7.8-50

Langwarrin

6.4-40

7.5-47

8.8-56

8.9-57

           

Goal Kickers: J. Knott 2, C. Mara, B. Webber, L. Gorka, L. Hewitt, Q. Christy
Best Players: A. Williams, Q. Christy, J. Wells, L. Ambler, P. Sumner

The under's kicked off what ultimately turned out to be a pretty dirty day for the club. Unfortunately our boys just didn't turn up to play and that was on display for all to see with us going in to the first break 40 points down. Our inability to follow two or three simple instructions showed that this group still has some maturing to do and whilst we toiled hard for the remainder of the day the end result was a fitting one. To Langwarrin's credit they played the conditions much smarter than us by using the ball well into the wind with run and carry.

 NETBALL

D Grade

Mornington

 9 def by 37 

Langwarrin

C Grade

Mornington

 20 def by 39 

Langwarrin

B Grade

Mornington

 47 def 33 

Langwarrin

A Grade

Mornington

 40 def by 42 

Langwarrin

 

A big thank you to Langwarrin for playing us on Thursday night so that we could enjoy our Ladies Day on Saturday, some more than others as we won all the games and raffles.  How much champagne can one person drink in an arvo?  Ask Sue.

D’s had a hard task with Pippa and Bec working overtime in defence. Loz played a blinder in mid court without stepping!  However our goalers couldn’t adjust to the windy conditions. Thanks to Jason for taking on scoring duties for the Club.

Ainsley was promoted to C and held her own at centre. Dee was an asset with height at GK but once again we were outscored on the scoreboard.  Well done to Erin who gave her all at GD following a late withdrawal by our gun defender Foondog, who had a bout of distemper on the night.

Our only win came in B grade with Holly and Brittany showing their skills off at GS when the speedy Leah came on at GA. Grace did well at GD in the last with Chris and Mon working hard throughout the mid court.

The atmosphere was electric for the start of A grade, the footballers came over to support the girls, and we started off strongly. Candace went fishing at GK then added strength to the attack end at GA in the 2nd. Caitlin had a physical clash at GD and Katey and Sarah combined well in goals. However the Roos girls lifted their intensity in the 3rd and we let them back in the game. Whilst we got back early in the last an injury to Tessie C stopped our momentum and we finished short by 2 goals.

 

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