Round 3 – Hatherleigh v Kongorong
By Kelly |
Junior Colts - Hath 20.7 def Kongorong 1.2 Denton"s Sportspower Award - Kade Bradley, Subway Award - Jack Gray, Stumpy Award - Harry Coote, HFC Ladies Committee Award - Bailey Poulish, Hath Sport & Rec Steak Award - Doug Treloar. Senior Colts - Hath 3.2 lost Kongorong 24.13 Denton"s Sportspower Award online casino nederlandsegokken - Mitch Pulmer, Ducky"s Surf Award - Jez Jones, Stumpy Award - Brodie Fabris, HFC Ladies Committee Award - Ben Lang, Hath Sport & Rec Steak Award - Patrick Fabris
B Grade - Hath 6.5 lost Kongorong 12.9 Prince of Wales Hotel Award - Tim Loveday, Beaurepaires Award - Dylan Jones, Millicent Toyota Award - Ben Gysbers, Thursday Night Tea Award - Dan Sutherland. A Grade - Hath 22.13 def Kongorong 7.11 Somerset Hotel Award - Tom Bell, Prince of wales Hotel Award - Jack Sullivan, Tony Egan"s Mensland Award - Jase Bateman, Millicent Taxi Award - Brad Wight
Calcutta Saturday 12th April Netballers List
By Kelly |
Calcutta Netballers List - All bidders must register prior to 7pm. All monies to be paid to Michelle Hann or Sara Gray prior to 10th May. Group 1 - Keston Green, Skye Irwin, Cate Lepley, Liz Stuckey, Tweet Andre, Hannah Proud. Group 2 - Georgina Brooks, Michelle Hann, Courtney Meschke, Tina Smith, Zoe online casino Blum, Fiona Jackman. Group 3 - Kaitlin Smith, Connor Wingard, Emily Connell, Emily Hassell, Bec Bowering, B Grade Wildcard.
Group 4 - Erin Watson, Sarah Haines, Amy Faulker, Sara Palmer, Staci Faulkner, A Grade Wildcard. Group 5 - Kelsey Bromley, Megan Allen, Casey Merrett, Amy Hateley, Di Loveday, Karen Bowman. (A Grade wildcard is any player playing in A or A Reserve not named above. B Grade wildcard is any player playing in B or B Reserve not named above)
Calcutta Saturday 12th April Fotballers List
By Kelly |
Footballers Calcutta List -  All syndicates/bidders must register prior to 7pm. See Lorraine Faulkner or Kelly Brown to register. 1. Josh Wight 2. Jase Faulkner 3. Sam Telfer / Tom Bell 4. Todd Watson 5. Ciaran Buckley 6. Simon Beggs/Saxon Ellis/Brett Watson 7. Jack Skeer/Marcus Bennett 8. Matt Fabris 9. Joe Ferguson-Lane 10. Wild Card 11. Matt Faulkner 12. Jack Sullivan 13. Brett Sneath / Albert Ellis 15. Sam Waring/Dylan Clough/Tom Schulz 16. Jase Bateman / Brad Wight
Round 2 – Tantanoola v Hatherleigh
By Kelly |
Last week we headed to Tantanoola with mixed results. Under 11’s The scene was set for a good day at Tantanoola with both sides fielding great numbers, At training we’ve been working on tackling which was evident on Saturday, the pressure was outstanding, well done boys on a great team effort. Harvey Jones laid a “Danny Southern” inspired tackle and gained plenty more possessions, Bowie was in everything, Paddy Chay led the way all day showing great skill and awareness ($5 award) and was fully supported by Hudson’s defensive pressure in only his second game for the eagles earning him the canteen award. Junior Colts Greasy conditions didn’t seem to bother the boys as they were quick out of the blocks to have 4 goals on the board in no time. It was the Bradley brothers doing all the damage as it seemed like they were having their own little shootout. Luke Macgregor was on the end of some very good ruck work from big Ivan Buhlmann to give the forwards many opportunities to score. A solid four quarter performance from the whole team made it very difficult to pick best players as all the kids managed to have an influence on the game in one way or another. Hard running and solid tackling saw Luke Macgregor named best (Denton’s Sportspower Award) , Jake Wight 2nd best (Stumpy Award) with his normal cool calm head, Alex Buhlmann rucked all day and chipped in with 3 goals to be 3rd best (Pete Walters Award) , Kade Bradley 4th best( HFC Ladies Committee Award) covering a huge amount ground and kicking 2 goals while he was outdone by his little bro who kicked four and only played half a game to earn 5th best (Hath Sport & Rec Steak Award) , well done Frazer. There is still plenty to work on but we are improving each week and as long as we come off online slots smiling after each game win or lose then that’s all that matters.Looking forward to another big game today against the Hawks.  Go Eagles. Senior Colts - The senior colts came up against a very determined Tantanoola side that were desperate to give their home fans a good showing but in a very scrappy and tough affair the boys won by 31 points. Best players on the day were Mitch Pulmer (Denton’s Sportspower Award) who controlled the backline and later the midfield, Brodie Fabris (Stump Award) in the ruck was again incredible and is one to watch for the future, Lewis walker (Subway Award) showed excellent skills on his wing, Brad Wight (HFC Ladies Committee Award) led from the front all day and Jez Jones ( Hatherleigh Sport & Rec Steak Award) played one of his best games for the club. It was a real all round performance and Tantanoola fought hard the whole day as we expected but the team will have to improve again before we play a strong Kongorong side this week. B Grade – With good numbers on the track and a few new faces it was a great week but still hard to pick a side with players unavailable for other commitments so we headed to Tantanoola to take on the reigning premiers. Once again preparation before the game was ok, players were ready early and looked keen to have a crack. We started ok and were just down at the first break which was pleasing but 2nd quarter started and we went missing and got a football lesson from a more confident and determined fitter side and continued to be missing for the remainder of the game…….. So, we have to get fitter and better to be able to get that first win! Better players in his first game for the club were Kerran Wingard (Prince of Wales Award) who showed he will soon play in the late game with a couple more hitouts. Tim ‘Muff’ Merrett (Millicent 4WD systems Award) was his usual, getting kicks around the ground, Dylan Jones (Millicent Golf Award), Dan Sutherland (Thursday Night Tea Award) , Jason Uzzel back to the club after a few years and the big Tommy Agnew so hope we can get that first win today as we will not be keen to put up a display like that again!! A Grade – A disappointing result last Saturday with not much going right all day. After an acceptable 1st quarter, we went with a 3-4 goal breeze in the second only to see the rain come and produce difficult slippery conditions. Injury again to some players and not good use of the ball had us level with Tant at half time. Tant had the better 3rd quarter with us kicking 2 goals into the breeze to be trailing by 19 points at 3 quarter time. With 2 players out of the game, some positional changes were made but we couldn’t narrow the gap and went down by 3 goals. Overuse of the ball and some more injury to players all contributing to the loss, we never really looked like winning. This week is a must win before a 2 game break. Best wishes and speedy recovery to Jed Telfer playing his first senior game and resulting in a broken wrist and to other injured players Wangas, Brett Watson and Sax. Best players were hard to find for 4 quarters but Matt Fabris (Somerset Hotel Award) was a standout at half back. , Bruce (Prince of Wales Award) was great deep in defence and Saxon Ellis (Tony Egan’s Mensland Award) gave his all on the wing (and finished with a sore wing!)  While Todd Watto (Beaurepaires Awards), Sully, Telf, Beggsy, Joe Ferg and Snork all had their moments.    
2014 Draw
By Kelly |
Round 1 Hatherleigh vs Nangwarry
By fiona |
The future of the footy club looks bright with up to 20 U/11 boys turning up to play on Saturday, Nangwarry were a little light on with numbers but with so many we were able to put a game together. Some great tackles were laid; high marks and accurate goal kicking were a highlight. We’ve been really impressed with a few of the older boys taking some of the younger ones under their wings, keep up the good work boys. A Big Thank you to all the Dads who are on hand to help out at Trainings and on Saturdays. Well done to this weeks Award winners: Canteen Award – Joel Smith, $5 Award– Tom Lambert, Subway Award: Jayden Poulish. The Junior Colts have been itching to go for a while now and it showed when the siren sounded. With a couple of our bigger lads in the centre square mixed with the pace and skill of our co-captains in Jake Wight and Jack Gray our forwards were given plenty of opportunities" throughout the day. As Nangwarry were a few players short we gave them a few of our boys to help out and that was much appreciated by all. At the end of the day its about everyone getting a game and having fun with their mates. Hopefully the young Nangwarry boys stick at it and things improve for them. The eagles had winners all over the ground and players were continually moved around to try and give them all a run in different positions. Best players weren"t easy to pick but the 1st best went to Luke McGregor (Denton"s Sportspower Award), 2nd Jake Wight (Subway Award), 3rd Alex Spehr (Stumpy Nilsson Award), 4th Alex Buhlmann (HFC Ladies Committee Award) and 5th Jack Gray (Hath Sport & Rec Award). Good to see our senior players all leading the way with Jack and Jake our co-captains and Luke our vice captain showing great leadership with their attack and use of the ball. Louis Brown was the best of the goal kickers with 4 or 5 goals (he tells me he got 5 but the team manager had him down as having 4 - look out Ben!!) A few things to work on this week ahead of what will be a tougher game today but a great way to begin the season. Well done boys! The Senior colts started their season at home to an undermanned Nangwarry and won by a comfortable 25 goals. Our players showed great sportsmanship to volunteer to play for the opposition so that they could field a full side. There were great early signs from experienced senior colts and future A grade stars Brady Gibbs and Brad Wight as both were prominent early for the eagles. One of the most pleasing aspects from a coaching perspective was the desire and hunger shown by some of the new faces in the team. The Seamer online casino twins Amos and Elijah showed bursts of pace and youngsters Brad Gard and Kai Wakeman bobbed up to kick important goals. The best players on the day were Co- Captain Jed Telfer (Denton"s Sportspower Award) who controlled the game from the midfield. Brodie Fabris was second best (Ducky"s Surf Award) for a brilliant first game for Hatherleigh in the ruck. Ben Leopold (Stumpy Nilsson Award)showed great poise across halfback for Hatherleigh and Nangwarry. Hamish Smith (HFC Ladies Committee Award) was excellent at Full back to begin with then kicked four goals after switching to the forward line and was named fourth best. Angus Altschwager (Hath Sport & Rec Steak Award) showed great leadership as he played with equal intensity for both Hatherleigh and Nangwarry. There were many more good players on the day and we will be hoping for a similar effort and result this week against a no doubt determined Tantanoola. Fatz"s report - Well footy"s here and what a day of weather. I was pleased with our commitment to be ready to play before the game. We started ok and we"re puffing a bit because of the heat and the lack of training. With some new faces and some old faces we weren"t sure of positions as we hadn"t had a hit out so it was going to be a test. I just kept telling the boys to talk and have fun which we did not do , so we have a lot of work to do to be able to last a full game out so on the track it is this week! Most of the new players were our better players so that is pleasing to see that they are committed to have a red hot go. Best players were Kyle Bowman (Prince of Wales Hotel Award), Dan Sutherland (Beaurepaires Award), Dylan Jones (K&S Fuel Award) Ryan Bowering (Thursday Night Tea Award), Josh Bell and Tom Pegler. This week we play last years premiers so it will be a big test as a team and a team effort is required to be able to come away with a win. After a quiet pre season and no trial games we entered our first A Grade battle against a well recruited Nangwarry team with optimism. 3 tough quarters of football had us in front at 3 quarter time by 1 solitary kick and an expected last quarter tussle was on the cards. Someone must have flicked the switch, our last quarter producing excellent team football to finally break the game open kicking 8 goals to a few points! Better players were everywhere man Jack Sully (Prince of Wales Award) , recruits Joe Ferguson-Lane (Tony Egan’s Mensland Award) and Caolan Buckley (Prince of Wales Hotel award) , old timer Beggsy ( Millicent Taxi award) and young Fish Waring. Main goal scorers for the game were Beggsy with 4 and Telf with 4. Special mention for young Brady Gibbs’s first A Grade game, he handled it very well and first year player Brett Watson up from the colts. Well done boys!