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YORKE PENINSULA NEWS 2007 - Teams: Ardrossan, CYP Cougars (Arthurton/Maitland), Bute, CMS Crows (Curramulka/Minlaton/Stansbury), Kadina, Moonta, Paskeville, Southern Eagles (Edithburg/Yorketown/Warooka) and Wallaroo....Click here for the 2006 YPFL Archive.....
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CENTRAL YORKE COUGARS WIN FIRST FLAG
YORKE PENINSULA GRAND FINAL AT MAITLAND
BEST AFIELD AWARD - Damien Adams (CY)
Best Players: CY Cougars - D Adams, B Vassal, C Webster, B Gunning, J Byrne, J Sampson. Paskeville - B Ramsey, M Rodda, S Daniel, B Kenny, C Gardner, M Daniel
Goals: CY - B Gunning 4, R Byrne, J Dutschke 3, Max Daniel, C Webster, G Davies 2, B Vassal, T Twelfetree 1. Paskeville - Todd Price 3, Brad Price, Marty Daniel 2, B Kenny, B Watkins, M Rundle, B Ramsey, M Rodda, G Mulders, T Mulders, C Gardner, L Wilksch 1
B Grade - Final Score
Senior Colts G. Final - Eagles 12.14 (86) def Kadina 10.9 (69)
Junior Colts G.Final - Moonta 8.7 (55) def CY Cougars 6.5 (41)
Preliminary Final at Kadina on September 8, 2007
Best: Paskeville – S Daniel, C Gardner, B Kenny, L Wilksch, D Beinke, A Crowell. Kadina – S Westbrook, C O’Brien, T Neumann, A McPherson. Goals: Paskeville – L Wilksch 3, R Price, T Price, B Price 2, G Mulders, N Daniel, T Mulders, M Daniel. Kadina – L Browning 2, S Westbrook, S Adams
First Semi Final at Yorketown on September 1, 2007
Best: Paskeville – N Daniel, S Daniel, L Wilksch, A Crowell, C Gardner, T Price. Bute – P Cannane, A Cock, M Davidson, S Wehr, W Thomas, N Hewett. Goals: Paskeville – A Crowell 3, L Wilksch, M Rodda 2, T Price, N Daniel, B Price. Bute – H Cock 4, W Thomas, J Pearce, C Pascoe, P Cannane.
Second Semi Final at Wallaroo on September 1, 2007
Best CY Cougars: B Gunning, D Adams, B Vassal, R Byrne, D Lavender, T Twelftree. Kadina: J Willis, B Waller, D Girdham, C March, D Westbrook, T Neumann. Goals - CY Cougars: B Gunning 6, R Byrne 5, G Davies 2, D Adams, C Webster. Kadina: J Willis, D Girdham 4, L Driver, B Waller, L Browning, D Westbrook, D Flowers.
Elimination Final at Moonta on Sunday August 26, 2007
Best: Bute – S Trengove, B Adams, P Cannane, C Langford, S Wehr, S Stringer. Southern Eagles – D Woolford, S Wagner, M Redman, B Coles, J Coombe, R Wielechowski. Goals: Bute – L Bagshaw, S Slade, C Langford 3, S Gunning, H Cock 2, C Pascoe, B Adams. Southern Eagles – J Selfe 4, M Redman 2, B Coles, J Coombe, S Bennett
Qualifying Final at Ardrossan on Saturday August 25, 2007
Best - Cougars: B Vassal, D Adams, A Schulz, A Parsons, T Twelftree, J Simpson. Paskeville – B Ramsey, T Price, L Wilksch, S Daniel, M Rundle, L Calley. Goals: Cougars – R Byrne 3, B Gunning, C Webster, D Lavender 2, G Davies, L Doecke. Paskeville – L Wilksch 3, A Crowell 2, B Price, G Mulders, J Clark, T Mulders, R Price.
COUGARS AND ROOSTERS HAVE BIG WINS HEADING INTO THE FINALS
Sunday August 19, 2007
In an interesting final week of the home and away season, Bute and the Central Yorke Cougars both scored impressive wins over much more fancied rivals.
At Bute, the Roosters proved too good for top side Kadina, winning by 34 points. After a slow first term (1.3 to 2.3) Bute kicked 5.3 to 2.0 to hold a 14 point advantage a half time. In the second half, Bute (5.6 to 5.2) eased away slightly to score an impressive victory. Ben Adams was best for the homeside, sadly for them though they are in fourth spot, due to percentage
At Pasky, in a big upset, the Cougars thrashed Paskeville by 73 points. They managed to hold the Magpies goalless in the second term while adding 6.4 themselves, leading at half time 11.6 to 2.4. Ryan Byrne was on fire kicking seven goals, with Ben Gunning kicking four and Greg Dyett three. Adam Schulz and Brad Vassal played well for the Cougars, while Todd Price and Leighton Wilksch was best for Paskeville.
Wallaroo managed to record their first victory of the season, having a win at home over Moonta by 49 points. Reece Page and Shane Dunstan were best for the Bulldogs, while for Moonta Will Sansbury and Trevor Harradine were their best.
At Minlaton, the Crows finished the season in style with a ten goal win over Ardrossan. Michael Cook and Mail Medal favourite Troy Clements were best for CMS, while for Ardrossan, Scott Teakle and Malcolm Errington were their best.
This week, Paskeville and the Central Yorke Cougars meet in the Qualifying Final at Ardrossan, while Bute and the Southern Eagles play at Moonta in the knockout Elimination Final.
Best - Wallaroo: R Page, S Dunstan, L Smith, G Bretten, B Wall, R Hall. Moonta: W Sansbury, T Harradine, R Mackereth, C Shields, K Phillips, A Ladhams. Goals - Wallaroo: B Bateson, D Penney, R Page 3, M Grillett, B Cuthill 2, A Watts, R Hall, A Whittaker, B Wall, G Bretton, S Bown.
Best - Cougars: A Schulz, B Vassal, D Lavender, B Gunning, A Parsons, J Byrne. Paskeville: T Price, L Wilksch, S Daniel, M Rodda, C Gardner, P Herds. Goals - Cougars: R Byrne 7, B Gunning 4, G Dyett 3, T Twelftree 2, D Lavender, S Hasting, Paskeville: T Price, P Herde 2, M Rodda, L Wilksch, J Clarke.
Best - Bute: B Adams, S Wehr, J Pearce, S Trengove, W Thomas, S Stringer. Kadina: B McNichol, Z Drogemuller, B Harris. Goals - Buts: S Slade 3. H Cock, J Pearce, S Trengove 2, C Langford, C Pascoe, S Gunning. Kadina: D Westbrook, J Willis 2, D Girdham, B Waller, D Flowers, K Schmidt, J Phillis.
Best: Crows – M Cook, T Clements, D Bennett, S Mumford, M Rogers. Ardrossan – S Teakle, M Errington, M Schulz, B Davey, L Koch, J Hollitt. Goals: Crows – M Rogers, T Clements 4, M Cook, S Mumford 2, R Cook, J Morgan, D Digby, R Brundell, B Calderwood. Ardrossan – M Schulz, A Gerardis, D Lee, S Teakle 2.
BUTE DRAWS AT MAITLAND AS BATTLE FOR THIRD CONTINUES.....Monday August 13, 2007
The battle for third spot continues to hot up after a draw at Maitland, between the Cougars and Bute. The homeside led for much of the game until Bute hit the lead in the last term. A free kick in front of goal to the Cougars late in the game saw the scores leveled and the Premiership points shared. The draw keeps Central Yorke in third spot on percentage, but their form continues to be a worry, having gone winless in the past three games. Best for the Cougars was Andrew Parsons and Damien Adams, with youngster Max Daniel kicking three goals. For Bute, Sam Trengove and Ben Adams were best, Haydn Cock kicking four goals to now have 73 - the goalkicking trophy all but wrapped up for the Bute forward.
Top side Kadina were far too good at home for the fifth placed Southern Eagles, winning by 77 points. Daniel Girdham was best for the Bloods’ with six goals. Kadina has stitched up the minor flag, while despite the loss, the Eagles are all but certain of holding fifth place.
Paskeville is now certain of finishing in second spot, after their massive win at Ardrossan. An injury to Boyd Kenny though a considerable blow to the Magpies Premiership hopes.
While the Crows are finishing 2007 in good form, winning at Moonta by 83 points. Troy Clements (6 goals) and Sam Mumford were best for them in their fifth win of the season.
This week in the final round of the home and away season, Bute has win at home against Kadina to try and pinch third spot from the Cougars who visit the Magpies at Paskeville. Wallaroo host Moonta, in a bid to win their only game of the season, while the Crows play Ardrossan at Minlaton.
Round 17 scores – August 11, 2007
Best - Crows: T Clements, S Mumford, B Calderwood, D Bennett, R Blundell. Moonta: W Sansbury, R Mackereth, P Williams, A Ladhams, T Blight, B Pack Goals -- Crows: T Clements 6, J Morgan 3, S Carslake, Rhys Blundell, M Cook, M Rogers, D Digby 2, J Parsons, D Bennett, S Mumford, T Kennedy. Moonta: N Blight 3, S Wiltshire, D Newchurch, T Ferguson, W Sansbury, A Ladhams, C Rennie.
Best --Paskeville: M Rodda, D Beinke, T Price, S Daniel, A Crowell. T Milders. Ardrossan: G Rowntree, S Teakle, B Davey, J Hollitt, M Schulz, S Warrior. Goals - Paskeville: B Price 6, B Bienke 4, T Price, L Wilksch, M Rodda 3, J Clarke, A Crowell. R Price, T Molders, P Hands, M Daniel. Ardrossan: D Dolheguy, B Davey, M Stone.
Best - A Parsons, D Adams, D Lavender, A Schulz, J Sampson, B Vassal. Buts: S Trengove, B Adams, A Cock, S Wehr, N Hewett, S Gunning. Goals -- Cougars: M Daniel, C Webster 3, B Gunning 2. G Davies, D Lavender. Bute: H Cock 4, D Neal, S Gunning 2, B Herbert, S Slade.
Best - Kadina: D Girdham, B Waller, J Lawson, C March, L Driver, C O'Brien. Eagles: D Woolford, S Barlow, R Wielechowski. B Coles, S Bennett, M Redman. Goals - Kadina: D Girdham 6, B Waller 3, L Browning 2, J Willis, J Phillips, Z Drogemuller, S Adams, J Lawson, L Driver, D Westbrook. Eagles: B Coles 2, J Coombe, R Wielechowski, A Eichner, S Barlow, S Rowe.
Round 16 report....Sunday August 5, 2007
KADINA ENSURES TOP SPOT….COUGARS LOSE AGAIN
The Bloods continued their fine form with a 34 point win over the Crows at Kadina. Josh Lawson and Daniel Girdham (four goals) were best while for the Crows, Troy Clements was best and would have to be a chance to clinch another Mail Medal. The win all but stitches up the minor flag, with two games to play in the minor round.
At Yorketown, the Southern Eagles upset the Cougars by 12 points, for the Cougars it was the second loss in the a row and jeopardizes their chances of staying in the top three. Jon Coombe was best for the Eagles, while for the Cougars, youngster Max Daniel featured up forward kicking five goals.
At Bute, the Roosters accounted for Moonta by 87 points, all but ending any chance the Demons had of making the finals. Haydn Cock kicked nine goals while Josh Pearce snared six.
At Pasky, the Magpies went a game clear in second spot with a massive 145 point win over Wallaroo.
Next week in the second last game of the minor round, Kadina hosts the Southern Eagles, Paskeville visits Ardrossan, the Crows travel to Moonta while in the match of the round, the Cougars play Bute at Maitland, a game which could decide who could get the double chance.
Ladder in brief: Kadina 26, Paskeville 22, Cougars 20 (64.69%), Bute 20 (54.93), Eagles 16 (52.80), Moonta 12 (46.99), Crows 8, Ardrossan 4, Wallaroo 0.
Scores from August 4, 2007
Best-Southern Eagles: J Coombe, J Spencer, R Wielechowski, B Coles, S Wagner, M ReDman. Cougars: J Baker, M Daniel, D Adams. Goals - Southern Eagles: B Coles 3, S Rowe 2, J Selfe, J Spencer, A Eichner, L Liddiard, S Bennett, T Hayes, H Johnson-Schroeder. Cougars: M Daniel 5, B Gunning 2, R Byrne.
Best - Bute: J Pearce, P Cannane, S Slade, C Langford, B Adams, H Cock. Moonta: W Sansbury, R Mackereth, A Ladhams, T Blight, D Koch, B Talbot. Goals - Bute: H Cock 9, J Pearce 6, S Slade 3, S Gunning 2, B Herbert, C Langford, B Adams. Moonta: N Blight 4, K Phillips 2, R Mackereth, T Harridine, R Bock.
Best - Paskeville: M Daniel, T Price, A Crowell, J Clarke, M Rodda, S Daniel. Wallaroo: S Dunstan, R Hall, B Cuthill, A Watts, G Bretten, S Murphy. Goals - Paskeville: L Wilksch 6, T Price 5, R Price, M Rodda 4, T Mulders 3, A Crowell 2, S Daniel, B Abela, J Horde. Wallaroo - S Dalby, I Hann, B Cuthill, D Penny.
Round 15 - July 28, 2007
Best – Crows: T Clements, S Mumford, M Rogers, A Quin, D Bennett. Wallaroo – G Bretten, B Bateson, S Dunstan, R Hall, D Penney, S Miller. Goals: Crows – T Clements 8, J Morgan, T Longbottom 3, B Baillie, B Calderwood, M Rogers 2, M Cook, S Carslake, M Willoughby 1. Wallaroo – B Bateson, D Penney 5, B Linn 1.
Best - Paskeville: Todd Price, S Daniel, R James, B Ramsey, M Rodda,Abela. Southern Eagles – J Spencer, J Coombe, R Wielechowski, D Woolford, S Barlow, S Bennett. Goals: Pasky – L Wilksch 3, B Abela, R Price, A Crowell 2. Eagles - L Lidiard 2, J Spencer, S Rowe, T Hayes, S Bennett, S Barlow
Best – Moonta: B Pack, W Sansbury, R Mackereth, C Elsworthy, N Blight, R Bock. Ardrossan – S Teakle, M Schulz, L Carter, B Davey, M Errington, B Oster. Goals: Moonta – N Blight 7, B Pack 6, T Ferguson 4, S Gordon 3, R Bock, C Elsworthy, D Newchurch, W Sansbury 2, K Phillips, C Rennie 1. Ardrossan – D Dolheguy 4, A Gerardis 3, M Errington, T Peterson, S Teakle, J Hollitt 1.
Best - Kadina: D Girdham, C O’Brien, J Lawson, D Flowers, J Willis, C March. CY Cougars – T Twelftree, A Parsons, C Webster, J Simpson, G Davies, A Schulz. Goals: Kadina – J Phillips 3, D Girdham 2, B Waller, B Farley, D Reed, J Willis. CY Cougars – G Davies, C Webster 3, R Byrne, D Schulz, W Secker 1.
Round 14 - July 21, 2007
Best - Cougars: D Adams, B Vassal, J Byrne, G Davies, D Lavender, C Webster. Ardrossan: S Teakle, M Schulz, D Lee, S Rowntree. N Johnson, R Evans. Goals - Cougars: S Davies, C Webster 4. R Byrne, B Gunning 3, D Adams 2, B Oliver, H Sansbury, S Holmes, J Dutschke. Ardrossan: M Stone 3, D Dolheguy 2, R Evans, M Errington.
. Best - Paskeville: M Rodda. B Kenny, T Price, M Rundle, R Price, N Daniel. Bute - D Neal, C Langford, P Cannane. B Adams, B Herbert, A Cock. Goals - Paskeville: R Price 6, M Rodda 3, R James, T Price, M Daniel 2, C Mulders, N Daniel. Bute: H Cock 3, C Langford, P Cannane, S Stringer, B Herbert.
Best – Crows - T Clements, D Bennet, B Calderwood, M Cook. Ryan Brundell. Eagles: M Redman, J Coombe. A Eichner, D Woolford, J Twartz, C Taylour. Goals - Crows: J Parsons 3, B Baillie, J Marner 2, B Calderwood, T Clements, R Brindell. A Mitchell, M Cook. Eagtes - M Redman, D Woolford 2, L Mason, J Selfe, L Liddiard.
Best - Kadina: S Adams, D Lawson, D Girdham. C March. J Willis, B Farley. Wallaroo: S Dunstan, R Hall, G Breton, L Smith, S Miiler. N Collins. Goals - Kadina: J Willis 6, D Girdham 4. C O'Brien, B Farley 3, L Browning 2, C Marks, J Lawson. Wallaroo: B Bateson 2. N Collins.
Round 13 - July 14, 2007.... TIGHT FINISHES A FEATURE IN THREE MATCHES
Best—Moonta: B Talbot, R Mackereth, W Sansbury, B Pack, C Elsworthy, A Ladhams. Eagles – M Redman, R Wielechowski, B Coles, L Mason, J Selfe, S Wagner. Goals: Moonta – N Blight, R Mackereth, T Ferguson 3, A Ladhams, W Sansbury, G Keleher 2, W Milera, G Richardson, B Pack 1. Eagles – L Mason, J Selfe 3, B Coles, S Barlow 2, S Rowe, C Taylour 1.
Best – Ardrossan: S Teakle, A Rowntree, B Davey, M Schulz, G Wheare, G Rowntree. Wallaroo – R Page, R Hall, S Dunstan, L Smith, N Collins, G Bretten. Goals: Ardrossan – T Peterson 5, D Dolheguy 2, A Rowntree, D Lee, S Hollitt, R Evans, M Stone. Wallaroo – R Page 4, B Bateson, D Penney 3, J Weight, S Miller, S Donald 1.
Best: Kadina – J Lawson, B Farley, D Westbrook, S Adams, B Harris, D Girdham. Pasky – B Kenny, D Beinke, R Price, L Wilksch, T Price, M Rodda. Goals: Kadina – S Adams, J Lawson, S Spry, D Girdham, J Willis 2, B Farley, L Driver, D Reed, B Harris, C March, C O’Brien, D Westbrook 1. Pasky – R Price 7, L Wilksch 3, M Rodda, G Mulders, B Price 2, T Price 1.
Best: Bute – S Trengove, W Thomas, L Bagshaw, S Whelan, A Cock, S Gunning. Crows – M Cook, T Clements, R Brundell, B Calderwood, M Willoughby. Goals: Bute – S Trengove 3, S Gunning, W Thomas 2, S Slade, L Bagshaw, H Cock, C Pascoe, S Wehr. Crows – M Cook, B Calderwood, J Parsons 3, S Carslake, M Cleland, M Rogers 1.
Round 12......NO UPSETS, BUT SOME TOP TEAMS PUSHED.....Tuesday July 10, 2007
There were no shock results in the YPFL in Round 12, but a couple of teams had to work hard to shake off their opponents. At Wallaroo, the Bulldogs gave Bute a run for their money in the first half, trailing by just seven points at the main break. The Roosters eased away to a 15 point lead at three quarter time, before putting the foot down in the last term adding 6.3 to nothing to win by 54 points. Sam Trengove and Pat Cannane were best for Bute, with Haydn Cock kicking three goals to now have 56 for the season. For Wallaroo, Matthew Grillett and Lindsay Smith were best in what was arguably the Bulldogs best effort for the season.
At Maitland, the Cougars and Crows were tied away at half time, the homeside lucky to be on level terms given the Crows inaccurate kicking (2.9). In the third term, the Cougars came out running, adding 5.1 to 2.3 and went on with the job in the final quarter adding 4.3 to 3.1 to gain the vital premiership points by a margin of four goals. Damien Adams and Shaun Hasting were best for the Cougars while for the Crows, Troy Clements was best for the umpteenth time.
At Edithburg, an upset loomed at half time with Ardrossan leading the Eagles by 16 points. The Roos wasted their chances in the third term, adding 1.10 to 3.2 and ran out of gas in the last quarter, not scoring while the Eagles added 3.8 to win by 14 points. Scott Teakle and Luke Carter were best for a valiant Ardrossan, with Sam Barlow and Lyndon Mason best for the Eagles, who are now assured a spot in the finals. Ardrossan would be heartened by their effort given Anton Gerardis' absence through injury. He is likely to miss another four weeks.
Top side Kadina powered to a convincing 79 point win over Moonta. David Westbrook (three goals) was best for the Bloods, while Josh Willis kicked six goals. Will Sansbury and Ben Talbot were best for Moonta.
This week, Ardrossan meet Wallaroo to decide who will get the wooden spoon, Kadina and Paskeville do battle in what should be the match of the round, Bute host the CMS Crows, while Moonta plays the Eagles, with the Cougars having the bye.
July 7 Scores
Best--Cougars: D Adams, S Hasting, B Vassal, J Sampson, J Byrne, L Doecke. Crows: T Clements, D Bennett, S Carslake, M Willoughby, K Parsons. Goals - Cougars. R Byrne 4, L Doecke, G Davies 2, D Adams, B Gunning, C Webster, M Daniel. Crows: J Parsons 3, T Longbottom, T Kennedy, T Clements, S Carslake.
Best -- Southern Eagles: S Barlow, L Mason, J Selfe, B Coles, S Bennett, M Smith. Ardrossan: S Teakle, L Carter, S Hollitt, G Wheare, G Rowntree, B Coleman. Goals - Southern Eagles: L Mason 3, S Rowe, T Hayes, S Bennett 2, S Barlow, J Selfe. Ardrossan: M Stone, D Dolmebuy 2, S Teakle, S Hollitt, S Carter, R Evans.
Best - Bute: S Trengove. P Ackland, L Bagshaw, B Herbert, C Pascoe. Wallaroo: M Grillett, L Smith, B Guthill, R Grillett, S Dunstan, A Whittaker. Goals - Bute: C Pascoe, S Trengove, H Cock 3, B Adams, B Herbert 2, S Wehr. Wallaroo: D Penney 3, A Whittaker, B Wall, G Bretton, S Dalby.
Best: Kadina – D Westbrook, D Flowers, C March, J Lawson, L Driver, B Waller. Moonta - W Sansbury, B Talbot, A Ladhams, G Keleher, D Koch, R Mackereth. Goals: Kadina – J Lawson 6, D Westbrook 3, C March, S Roenfeldt, C O’Brien 2, J Lawson, L Browning, D Reed, D Girdham. Moonta – G Keleher, D Newchurch 2, B Pack, A Ladhams, G Richardson 1.
RESULTS AS EXPECTED IN ROUND ELEVEN.......Monday July 2, 2007
It was another weekend where the results panned out pretty much as expected. At Ardrossan, Kadina swamped the homeside in the first term adding 7.3 to 2.0, to set up a 110 point victory. Josh Willis was best for the Bloodhounds with six goals, while Brad Farley (three goals) and Cameron March also played well. For Ardrossan, it was a tough day at the office with Scott Teakle (two goals), Simon Wheare and Ben Davey in the better players.
At Maitland it was one way traffic for the Cougars, as they disposed of Wallaroo by 143 points. They were never challenged as they powered away to their seventh win of the season. Ryan Byrne was on fire kicking seven goals, while youngster Max Daniel kicked four. Reece Page and Lindsay Smith tried hard for the Bulldogs.
At Edithburg, Bute defeated the Southern Eagles by 38 points. Shane Slade and Ben Adams were in the better players for the Roosters, with Haydn Cock kicking three goals to take his season’s tally to 53. For the Eagles, the familiar names of skipper Jon Coombe and Jacob Selfe appeared at the top of the best player list.
At Pasky, the Magpies were far too good for Moonta winning by 110 points. Andrew Crowell had a day out kicking ten goals, Brad Price kicked six with Boyd Kenny named best.
This week, it could be a similar story as far as results are concerned with red hot favourites in the four games. Wallaroo travels to Bute seeking its first win, Kadina hosts Moonta in the Cousin Jack derby, Ardrossan travels to Edithburg to play the Southern Eagles while the Cougars host last years Premiers’ the Crows
Round Eleven Scores - June 30, 2007
Best: Kadina – J Willis, B Farley, C March, J Lawson, D Westbrook, D Flowers. Ardrossan – S Teakle, S Wheare, B Davey, R Evans, L Carter, S Carter. Goals: J Willis 6, D Westbrook, B Farley 3, J Lawson, D Girdham, L Browning, S Adams 2, C March 1. Ardrossan – S Teakle 2, M Stone, J Hollitt, S Wheare 1.
Best: CY Cougars – R Byrne, H Sansbury, J Byrne, D Adams, J Sampson, S Hasting. Wallaroo – R Page, L Smith, B Cuthill, S Dunstan, G Bretten, S Murphy. Goals: CY Cougars – R Byrne 7, M Daniel 4, C Webster 3, D Adams, B Gunning, G Davies, H Sansbury 2, B Vassal, J Dutschke, B Heinrich, D Lavender, J Byrne 1. Wallaroo – D Penney 2, R Page, A Whittaker, B Wall, J Weight 1.
Best: S Slade, B Adams, D Neal, C Langford, S Trengove, P Cannane. Southern Eagles – J Coombe, J Selfe, S Bennett, M Redman, L Mason, S Barlow. Goals: Bute – S Wehr, S Trengove, P Cannane, H Cock 3, M Rundle 2. Eagles – T Hayes 4, L Mason, C Taylor, L Liddiard, J Selfe.
Best: Pasky – B Kenny, D Beinke, T Price, A Crowell, S Daniel, B Price. Moonta – C Elsworthy, W Sansbury, B Pack, T Harradine, N Blight, R Mackereth. Goals: Pasky – A Crowell 10, B Price 6, D Beinke, L Wilksch, M Daniel 2, T Price, B Kenny, R Price, R James, T Mulders. Moonta – W Sansbury 2, W Milera, R Bock, R Mackereth, C Elsworthy, M Leany, D Newchurch, M Carter, B Pack 1.
Round Ten.....NO SURPRISES in ROUND TEN……Monday June 24, 2007
The four games in the YPFL went as expected, with wins to Paskeville, Southern Eagles, Bute and the Cougars.
At Stansbury, the Magpies caught the Crows on the hop early, adding 4.4 to 0.1 in the first term. They extended that lead to 41 points at half time and despite losing the second half recorded a comfortable 28 point win. Dylan Beinke and Sam Daniel were best for Pasky, with Damien Bennett and Troy Clements in the best for the Crows.
After two losses on the trot, the Southern Eagles returned to the winners list with a 140 point win over Wallaroo. It was big percentage booster, with Trent Hayes kicking seven, with the Bulldogs being held goalless in the first half.
After a tight first half (6.7 to 5.2) Bute blew Ardrossan away in the third term, adding 6.6 to 0.1. After a quiet game last week against Kadina, Haydn Cock was on fire kicking eleven goals to take his seasons tally to 50.
Finally at Moonta, the Cougars were too good for the Demons, winning by 40 points. Brad Vassal was best with George Davies (four goals) also in good form.
This week, Bute meets the Southern Eagles at Edithburg in what should be the match of the round. Ardrossan hosts Kadina, Paskeville plays Moonta in what should be a good game, while the Cougars hosts Wallaroo in what will be a percentage booster.
Best: Paskeville – D Beinke, S Daniel, C Gardner, M Daniel, B Kenny, M Rodda. Crows – D Bennett, T Clements, B Brind, S Carslake, S Mumford. Goals: Pasky – B Price3, J Clark, T Mulders, R Price 2, T Price, M Rodda, D Beinke 1. Crows – S Mumford 3, J Marner, T Clements 2, T Kennedy, T Longbottom 1.
Best: Southern Eagles – D Woolford, J Coombe, C Taylour, S Bennett, J Selfe, L Liddiard. Wallaroo – R Page, S Dunstan, R Hall, B Cuthill, A Whittaker, S Miller. Southern Eagles – T Hayes 7, J Selfe 4, C Taylour, D Woolford, B Coles 3, S Bennett, M Redman, H Johnson-Schroeder, S Barlow 1. Wallaroo – R Hall, B Bateson, G Bretten, B Cuthill 1.
Best: Bute – D Neal, W Thomas, B Adams, H Cock, C Langford, N Hewett. Ardrossan – B Davey, D Lee, S Wheare, S Rowntree, S Teakle, L Carter. Goals: Bute – H Cock 11, C Langford, L Bagshaw, B Herbert, D Neill. Ardrossan – A Geradis, M Stone 3, S Hollitt
Best: CY Cougars – B Vassal, G Davies, D Lavender, T Twelfetree, S Hastings, J Byrne. Moonta – B Talbot, R Mackereth, C Elsworthy, G Keleher, W Sansbury. Goals: CY Cougars – G Davies 4, R Byrne 3, L Doecke 2, D Adams, B Gunning, C Webster, M Daniel, L Dutschke. Moonta – K Phillips 3, C Elsworthy 2, S Gordon, B Talbot, A Ladhams, T Harradine.
Kadina blows away Bute, Paskeville took smart for the Cougars, Crows and Demons win….Monday June 18, 2007
Kadina continues to show their authority in the YPFL after a 86 point win over Bute on Saturday. After a tight first half, the Bloods took over and are now a game clear in top spot. David Westbrook and Josh Lawson were best, while Josh Willis kicked seven goals. It was a disappointing result for Bute who has now dropped to fifth spot having lost its past two games.
At Maitland, the Magpies proved too smart for the Cougars winning by 31 points to move into a share of second spot. After a tight first half, the Magpies added five goals to one in the third to seal the issue. Stuart Daniel and Dylan Beinke were best for the Magpies, with Brad Price (five goals), Ryan Price (three) and coach Ben Watkins (three) all getting into the act in front of goal.
At Ardrossan, the Roos and Crows were neck and neck for most of the day, the last quarter the difference in the end, with the Crows adding 4.6 to 2.0 to win by 31 points. Ex-Norwood players Scott Carslake and Troy Clements were best for the 2006 Premiers, while Scott Teakle and Ben Davey played well for Ardrossan. It was the Crows second win of the year, a much needed one for the club.
At Moonta, as expected the Demons thrashed Wallaroo by 148 points. After a relatively close first term, Moonta powered away to record their fourth win of the season, to be a game and percentage out of the five.
This week, Moonta has a chance to sneak into the five as they host the Cougars, Wallaroo and the Southern Eagles meet, Bute should return to the winners list against Ardrossan while the Crows and Magpies meet at Stansbury in a Grand Final re-match.
Round Nine Scores - Saturday June 16, 2007
Best: Paskeville – S Daniel, D Beinke, B Kenny, L Wilksch, M Daniel, T Price. Cougars – D Lavender, G Davies, B Vassal, J Dutschke, J Sampson, D Adams. Goals: Pasky – Brad Price 5, R Price, B Watkins 3, G Mulders, L Wilksch, B Kenny, M Daniel, T Price. Cougars – R Byrne 4, A Parsons 3, B Heinrich, D Lavender, S Hasting 1.
Best- Moonta: W Sansbury, A Ladhams, T Ferguson, C Elsworthy, R Mackereth, G Keleher. Wallaroo: S Dunstan, B Culhill, M GriIlett, R Page, G Bretten. Goals - Moonta: O'Loughlin 5, Harradine, Ladhams, Ferguson 4, Elsworthy 3, Sansbury, Milera, Talbot, Phillips 2, Newchurch, Gordon, Carter, Blight. Wallaroo: Page 3, Penny 2, Hall, B Page, A Wittaker, B Bateson, Leaney, Written
Best - Kadina: D Westbrook, J Lawson, J Willis, B McNichol, D Flowers, J Phillips. Bute: D Meal, S Trengove, M Davidson, N Larwood, B Adams, S Whelan. Goals - Kadina: J Willis 7, J Phillips 4, D Girdham 3, D Westbrook, J Lawson 2, S Adams, B Burnell, L Browning. Bute: N Larwood, J Pearce 2, P Cannane, C Pascoe, H Cock.
Best: Crows – S Carslake, T Clements, J Marner, D Bennett, T Kennedy. Ardrossan – S Teakle, B Davey, M Schutz, S Hollitt, B Coleman, G Wheare. Goals: Crows – J Marner, T Kennedy 4, B Calderwood, S Carslake 2, T Clements, A Young, M Willoughby, B Hampton 1. Ardrossan – A Gerardis 4, M Stone 3, G Wheare 2, M Schulz, M Errington, S Teakle 1.
BIG ROUND OF YP FOOTY…..Saturday June 16, 2007
Two matches headline Round Nine of the YPFL. At Maitland, the Central Yorke Cougars take on an in-form Paskeville line-up. The Magpies have worked their way into third spot with recent wins over Wallaroo and Ardrossan and will prove a challenge for the Cougars who are currently in second spot having lost just the one game. Brad Vassal has been in fine form, as has Ben Gunning who has kicked nine goals in the past two rounds, to go with his fine form in last weekend’s Landmark Cup at Snowtown.
The other big match of the round is at Kadina, the Bloodhounds playing host to Bute. The Roosters will be smarting from their 58 point loss to the Cougars in Round Eight, but will find the Bloods hard to toss at their home ground. If Bute’s forward duo Haydn Cock (38 goals) and Chris Pascoe (20) fire up forward, it should be a tight affair. Kadina has won its last four games and with David Westbrook on fire last round kicking five goals, he will need to be stopped if the Roosters are to get up for a win.
Ardrossan hosts the CMS Crows, in a game that could prove to be quite close, with both teams chasing their second win of the season. The Crows weren’t far off it against Moonta in Round Eight, while Ardrossan has copped a few hidings in recent weeks. If the Roos are to be successful, Troy Clements will have to be nullified, as he has been in top form of late
In the other game, Moonta should prove too good for Wallaroo, Peter Green’s Southern Eagles have the bye.
Round Eight - June 2, 2007
Best - Moonta: G Appleton, I Harradine, T Williams, P Smith, S Oxspring. CMS Crows: M Cleland, D Bennett, T Clements, Rhys Brundell, D Saunders. Goals - Moonta: M Aldridge 6, I Harradine 5, G Richardson, R Wayehill, A Prout, T Williams, M Morby. CMS Crows: T Clements 3, P Joraslafsky, B Calderwood 2, Rhys Brundell, R Cook, A Quin, B Hampton.
Best - Paskeville: B Kenny, A Crowell, S Daniel, B Price, D Koch, D Beinke. Ardrossan: S Teakle, S Hollitt, M Schulz, B Coleman, B Davey, B Oster. Goals - Paskeville: T Price, R Price, B Price 5, L Wilksch, D Beinke, M Rodda 2, M Daniel, B Kenny, L Calley, G Mulders, R James. Ardrossan: S Hollitt 3. A Geradis, M Davies 2, S Carter, S Wheare, S Teakle.
Best - Cougars: B Vassal, J Dutshcke, J Byrne, J Sampson, B Gunning, S Hastings. Buts: P Ackland, 0 Neal, J Pearce, S Whelan, S Trengove, N Hewett. Goals - Cougars: B Gunning 6, A Parsons 4, B Vassal, R Byrne 2, J Byrne. Bute: H Cock 3, C Pascoe 2, S Whelan, B Adams.
Best - Eagles: J Coombe, J Selfe, S Wagner, B Coles, C Bennett, C Taylour. Kadina: D Westbrook, L Driver, C March, J Lawson, J Phillips, B Waller. Goals - Eagles: L Mason 2, J Twartz, B Coles, T Hayes, J Glover, S Rowe, S Bennett. Kadina: D. Westbrook 5, B Farley 3, D Sansbury, D Girdham 2,S Adams, B Waller 1.
FOUR WAY TIE AT THE TOP OF THE LADDER.........Sunday May 27, 2007
The squeeze is on in the YPFL, with four teams locked on five wins after Round Seven. The Cougars were took strong for the Southern Eagles at Maitland, winning by 22 points. They were out of the blocks in fine style adding 7.6 to 1.0 in the first term, with Josh Dutschke and Damien Adams in fine form, while Ryan Byrne kicked four goals. The Eagles had a good last term, but were never really in the hunt, Gavin Coombe and Brad Coles were their best.
Kadina continues to show it is the real improvers of 2007, with a 63 point win against the Crows at Stansbury. After a close first term (3.1 to 2.2), The Bloods added 5.2 to 1.0 to lead at half time by 31 points. Daniel Flowers and Simon Westbrook were best for Kadina, with veteran Shane Adams kicking four goals. Troy Clements played a lone hand for the Crows, kicking four goals
Bute had an impressive 53 point win at Moonta. Haydn Cock was superb up forward with seven goals, while Chris Pascoe continues to be the recruit of the year, kicking four. Andy Ladhams and Will Sansbury played well for the Demons.
Paskeville continues to keep its hold on fifth spot, with a 123 point win at Wallaroo. Ben Abela and Stuart Daniel played well for the Magpies, with Todd and Brad Price both kicking six goals each. Ben Wall was best for the ‘Dogs. This week, The Crows host Moonta at Stansbury, The Southern Eagles play Kadina at Edithburg, Paskeville is at home to Ardrossan and in the game of the round, the Cougars travel to Bute.
Best --Kadina: D Flowers, S Westbrook. J Lawson, D Ziersch, J Phillips, D Girdham. CMS Crows: T Clements, D Bennett, N Brind, P Morris. Goals - Kadina: S Adams 4, D Girdham, B Waller, J Lawson 3, D Westbrook 2, B McNicholl. CMS Crows: T Clements 4, B Calderwood 2, M Cleland.
Best - Paskeville: B Abela, S Daniel, B Price, L Calley, R James, T Price. Wallaroo: B Wall, B Cuthill, R Page, B Page, A Whittaker, A Grillett. Goals -- Paskeville: B Price, T Price 6, R Price 5, M Rodda 2, T Molders G Mulders. Wallaroo: B Coates 2. R Page, B Page, S Bown, D Penney.
Best -- Bute: N Hewett, J Pearce, C Pascoe, H Cock, S Trengrove, S Wehr. Moonta: A Ladhams, W Sansbury, C Elsworthy, R Mackereth, S Carmichael, B Talbot Goals - Bute: H Cock 7, C Pascoe, J Pearce 4, J Stewart, S Trengove. Moonta: M Leaney, D Stone 2, W Sansbury, A Ladhams, K Phillips, T Blight, D Gaston.
Best - Cougars: J Dutschke, D Adams, J Byrne, M Daniel, B Gunning, J Sampson. Eagles: J Coombe, B Coles, M Smith, J Seipe, P Carr, R Wielechowski. Goals-Cougars: R Byrne 4, B Gunning 3, A Parsons, B Oliver 2, C Webster, G Davies. Eagles: T Hayes 3, J Solos, B Coles 2, S Badow, S Bennett.
EAGLES STAY ON TOP AFTER ROUND SIX.....Saturday May 19, 2007
Bute produced a very good performance to win their fourth game of the season, against Paskeville. Haydn Cock (six goals) and Chris Pascoe (five) were dangerous up forward, while Sam Trengove was named the Roosters best player. Ex Adelaide Crow, Andrew Crowell was in fine form, named the Magpies best with four goals.
The Southern Eagles kept top spot with a come from behind win over the Crows at Warooka. They trailed by 14 points with a quarter but managed to overcome the 2006 Premier with 5.0 to 0.2 to salvage a 14 point victory. Jon Coombe and Brad Coles were best for the homeside, while Paul Morris and Damien Bennett played well for the Crows, with Ronald Cook kicking four goals.
The Cougars returned to the winners list with a comfortable win over Ardrossan at Maitland. Ryan Byrne was on fire kicking nine goals, while for the Roos, who were no match for the Cougars, named Scott Teakle and Ben Davey as their best.
Kadina moved into second spot on percentage, thanks to a 106 point win at Wallaroo. Cam March and Joel Phillips played well for the Bloods, while Adam Whittaker and Daniel Penney were best for the Dogs.
This week, The Cougars play the Eagles in the match of the round at Maitland, Wallaroo hosts Paskeville, Moonta comes off the bye at home to Bute while the Crows are at Stansbury against Kadina.
Round Six - Saturday May 19, 2007
Best: Southern Eagles – J Coombe, B Coles, J Selfe, S Bennett, C Taylour, D Rowe. CMS Crows – P Morris, D Bennett, T Clements, M Cook, T Longbottom. Goals: Eagles – B Coles 3, T Hayes 2, C Taylour, L Liddiard, S Bennett, S Rowe, J Coombe, D Rowe 1. Crows – R Cook 4, M Cleland, T Clements, T Kennedy, P Joraslafsky, T Longbottom 1.
Best: CY Cougars – R Byrne, D Adams, G Davies, D Lavender, B Vassal, J Sampson. Ardrossan – S Teakle, B Davey, G Wheare, M Schulz, S Hollitt, D Lee. Goals: CY Cougars – R Byrne 9, C Webster, G Davies, B Gunning, S Hasting 2, B Oliver, B Vassal, D Adams, J Dutschke 1. Ardrossan – Greg Wheare 3, A Gerardis, D Lee, M Schulz, D Ueding 1.
Best: Bute – S Trengove, C Pascoe, S Whelan, D Neal, H Cock, N Hewett. Paskeville – A Crowell, G Mulders, M Rodda, B Kenny, N Rundle. Goals: Bute – H Cock 6, C Pascoe 5, B Herbert, N Larwood 1. Paskeville – A Crowell 4, B Price 2, M Rodda, T Bussenschutt, T Price, C Gardner, S Daniel 1.
Best: Kadina – C March, J Phillips, L Driver, L Browning, B Farley, J Lawson. Wallaroo - A Whittaker, D Penney, G Bretten, J Coleman, B Coates, N Murphy. Goals: Kadina – J Lawson, D Westbrook 4, D Girdham, B Farley 3, B Waller, S Spry 2, A East, D Reed, L Browning 1. Wallaroo – D Penney 3, A Grillett 2.
BLOODHOUNDS GIVE IT TO COUGARS……Round Five wrap……Sunday May 13, 2007
In what was billed as one of the matches of the round, Kadina blew away the CY Cougars by 60 points. The Bloods added 3.5 while Cougars were held scoreless in the first quarter and from there it was pretty much one way traffic. Daniel Flowers and David Westbrook were best for the victors, while Shaun Hasting was named best for the Cougars
Paskeville played host to the unbeaten Southern Eagles and after a tight first half (6.2 to 4.5) blew them away in the second half to win by 45 points. Boyd Kenny and Andy Crowell was dominant for the Magpies while Jacob Selfe was best for the Eagles.
The CMS Crows took the points for the first time this season, defeating with a five goal win at Wallaroo. Troy Clements was the star of the show for the tri-colours, named best a field thanks to a an eight goal effort. For the ‘Dogs, Brenton Cuthill was their best player.
Moonta had a comfortable 122 win over at Ardrossan. They had ten goalkickers with Clay Elsworthy and Will Sansbury their better players. Matthew Schulz and Scott Teakle were best for the Roos.
This week, The Eagles play against the SYP rivals the Crows at Warooka, the Cougars host Ardrossan, Bute and Paskeville meet in the match of the round and Wallaroo takes on Kadina.
Best: Kadina – D Flowers, D Westbrook, B Waller, L Driver, B McNicol, L Browning. CY Cougars – S Hasting, C Webster, D Fotia, D Adams, B Vassal, J Dutschke. Goals: Kadina – S Adams, D Girdham, B Waller, J Willis, J Phillips 2, B Farley, L Browning, B Burnell, D Reed, D Westbrook 1. CY Cougars – C Webster 2, B Gunning, A Ugrinic, A Parsons, M Daniel, J Byrne 1.
Best: Pasky – B Kenny, A Crowell, S Daniel. S Daniel, B Price, B Ramsey. South Eagles – J Selfe, B Coles, D Woolford, S Wagner, J Coombe, S Rowe. Goals: Pasky – Brad Price, Ryan Price, B Kenny 3, M Daniel, A Crowell 2, B Watkins, J Clark 1. Southern Eagles – L Mason, T Hayes, J Selfe 2, S Bennett, S Barlow 1.
Best: Crows – T Clements, B Calderwood, M Willoughby, S Carslake, M Cook. Wallaroo – B Cuthill, G Bretten, A Whittaker, R Page, S Dunstan, S Murphy. Goals: Crows – T Clements 8, T Longbottom, P Joraslafsky, P Calderwood, R Cook 2, S Mumford, R Brundell 1. Wallaroo – S Murphy 3, D Penney, J Wall, B Bateson 2, S Miller, B Page, A Grillett, G Bretten 1.
Best: Moonta – C Elsworthy, W Sansbury, R Mackereth, B Talbot, T Blight, A Ladhams. Ardrossan – M Schulz, S Teakle, S Hollitt, G Rowntree, G Wheare. Goals: Moonta - K Phillips, A O’Loughlin 4, W Sansbury, C Elsworthy, D Coleman 3, G Keleher, A Ladhams, T Harradine, D Stone 2, T Blight 1. Ardrossan – S Hollitt, D Ueding 3, A Gerardis 2, S Carter, G Wheare 1.
EAGLESCONTINUE ON THEIR WINNING WAYS ......Tuesday May 8, 2007
The Southern Eagles made it four from four with a 58 point win over Moonta at Warooka. They didn’t have it all their own way, it was a tight first half, the Demons actually leading at the main break by 5 points. The Eagles broke away in the third term adding 7.5 to 1.0 to decide the issue. Jacob Selfe and Phil Carr were best for the Southern Eagles, while for Moonta, Clay Elsworthy and Nick Blight were their best.
Paskeville ended Kadina’s flying start to the season with a 13 point win at home. After a tight first half, Pasky found the edge in the third term adding 4.3 to 2.1, which ultimately was the difference between the sides. Matthew Rodda and Boyd Kenney played well for the Magpies, while Ben McNichol and Luke Browning were best for the Bloodhounds. It was a much need win for the 2006 Minor Premier, and has put them back into the top five. For Kadina, it would have been a good learning curve, after some easy wins in their first two games.
Ardrossan finally broke through for a win, defeating the Bulldogs at Wallaroo by 14 points. In a sea-sawing affair the Roos did enough in the latter stages to get over the line for a morale boosting victory. Matthew Schutz and Michael Davey were best for Ardrossan, whle Anton Gerardis was a star up forward with seven goals. Reece Page and Adam Whittaker played well for the Dogs, with Daniel Penney slotting through four goals.
Bute quietly went about their business, with a 30 point win over the Crows at Curramulka. Bute’s forwards had a day out, with Haydn Cock bagging eight, while outside player Chris Pascoe kicked four. As in the other matches in the round, the third quarter was decisive, with The Roosters adding 6.5 to 2.2. Damien Bennett, Scott Carslake and Troy Clements were the better players for the CMS Crows.
This week, The Cougars come off the bye and travel to Kadina, the Bulldogs and Crows are both chasing a first win at Wallaroo, Paskeville have a chance to end the Eagles run while Ardrossan and Moonta meet both chasing their second win of the season
Round Four Scores - May 5, 2007 .
Best - Southern Eagles: J Selfe, P Carr, J Coombe, J Spencer, B Coles, T Hayes. Moonta: C Elsworthy, N Blight, B Pack, W Sansbury, R Mackereth, M Carter. Goals - Southern Eagles: T Hayes 4, C Mason 3, S Rowe 2, J Selfe, S Barlow, K Glover, C Taylor, B Coles, J Twartz. Moonta: A 0'Loughlin, M Leaney, D Koch, W Sansbury, S Gordon, P Williams, D Coleman.
Best - Paskeville: M Rodda, B Kenny, Calley, B Ramsey, T Price, A Crowell. Kadina: B McNichol, L Browning, S Westbrook, Z Drogemueller, S Spry. Goals - Paskeville: A Crowell, T Price, B Kenny, B Abela 2, J Herde, B Price. Kadina: D Girdham, D Flowers 2, D Ziersch, B McNichol, B Cook, B Waller.
Best - Bate: C Pascoe, H Cock, J Pearce, S Trengove, P Kannane. CMS Crows: D Bennett, S Carslake, T Clements, S Mumford, T Longbottom. Goals - Bute: H Cock 8, C Pascoe 4, S Wehr 2, J Pearce. CMS Crows: P Joraslafsky 3, T Clements 2, M Cleland, A Quin, J Shepherd, J Burke.
Best - Ardrossan: M Schulz, M Davey, S Teakle, A Geradis, D Veding, G Rownstree. Wallaroo: R Page, A Whittaker, J Coleman, S Dunstan, B Wall, A Grillett. Goals -Ardrossan: A Geradis 7, D Veding, M Davey 3, G Rowntree, G Wheare 2, S Teakle. Wallaroo: D Penney 4, B Bateson 3, A Grilled, G Bretten, N Murphy 2, R Page, S Miller, B Page.
COUGARS, EAGLES AND BLOODS CONTINUE TO SET THE PACE IN YPFL…… April 29, 2007
The Cougars, Eagles and Blood all remain unbeaten after three rounds of the YPFL. At Curramulka, the Cougars destroyed the Crows by 84 points. After a reasonably tight first term, the Cougars restricted their hosts to just two goals in the last three terms. Ex Norwood player Brad Vassal was his teams best, with Ben Gunning kicking four goals. Damien Bennett and Darren Saunders were best for the CMS Crows.
The Southern Eagles travelled to Ardrossan and were met by some stern opposition, with scores level at half time. It was one way traffic in the last half as the Eagles added 5 goals to one in the wet conditions. Jacob Selfe was best for the Eagles while Matthew Schulz played well for the Roos.
At Moonta, the Demons had no answer for Kadina, who defeated them by 52 points. David Westbrook was on fire with seven goals while Clay Elsworthy and Ricky Mackereth were best for Moonta.
Bute made it two out of three, with a comfortable 95 point win over the Bulldogs. The homeside dominated early to lead by 58 points and went on with it in the second half. Hayden Cock kicked seven goals with Lucas Bagshaw best afield.
Round Three Scores
Best- Southern Eagles: J Selfe, D Woolford, J Coombe, B Coves, A Pitt, J Spencer. Ardrossan: M Schulz,
L Koch, S Hollitt, S Teakle, D Vending, T Dodd-Cox. Goals - Southern Eagles: S Barlow 2, J Selfe, D Woolford, T Hayes, J Spencer, S Rowe, K Glover. Ardrossan: D Veding 2, A Geradis, S HoIIitt 1
Best - CY Cougars: B Vassal, I Byrne, M Daniel, B Gunning, G Davies. CMS Crows: D Bennett, D Saunders, S Carlake, P Morris, M Willoughby. Goals - CY Cougars: B Gunning, C Webster 4, B Vassal 3, R Byrne 2, J Dutschke, S Hasting, J Sampson.
Best -Kadina: D Westbrook, J Lawson, J Willis, S Adams, B Waller, L Driver. Moonta: C Elsworthy, R Mackereth, T Blight, S Carmichael, S Gordon, A Ladhams. Goals - Kadina: D Westbrook 7, J Willis 3, J Lawson, J Phillips, D Girdham 2, D Reed. Moonta: S Gordon 3, C Elsworthy 2, B Talbot, D Koch, S Carmichael, D Newchurch, R Mackereth.
Best - Bute: L Bagshaw, J Pearce, S Trengove, P Cannane, H Cock, C Pascoe. Wallaroo: B Cuthill, R Page, I Hann, A Whittaker, S Bown, S Miller. Goals - Buts: H Cock 7, S Gunning 4, L Bagshaw 3, C Pascoe, M Larwood 2, B Adams, J Pearce. Wallaroo: G James 3, S Miller, B Linn, B WallBYE – Paskeville
KADINA UP AND RUNNING IN 2007…..Round Two wrap, Sunday April 22, 2007
Under new coach Ian Elsworthy, Kadina opened their 2007 season in grand style accounting for Ardrossan by 168 points. Daniel Girdham (9 goals) was best for the Bloodhounds with David Westbrook (3 goals) made an impression in his first game back, while Scott Teakle and Matthew Schulz battled hard for the Roos.
The Central Yorke Cougars made it two from two thanks to a 113 point thrashing of Wallaroo. They kept the Bulldogs goalless in the first half, Andrew “Drussel” Parsons was their best along with Josh Dutschke, while for Wallaroo Jarrad Wall and Brenton Cuthill were their best.
In the closest game of the round, Moonta bounced back from their loss last week to topple Paskeville. The Magpies led at half time by 15 points, but were held to one goal after half time, while the Demons added 5.7. Darren Newchurch bagged six goals for Moonta in a match winning effort.
Under new coach Peter Green, the Southern Eagles also made it two from two, with a 34 point win up at Bute. Their strong first half (9.6 – 3.6) set up the victory, Jon Coombe and Brad Coles were best for the winners, while Josh Pearce and Sam Trengove did best for the Roosters.
YORKE PENINSULA – Round Two
Best - Eagles: J Coombe, B Coles, J Selfe, R Willoksky, S Rowe, J Barlow. Bute: J Pearce, S Trengove, S Wehr, N Hewett, D Neill, A Cock. Goals - Eagles: B Coles 4, S Rowe, T Hayes 2, S McWatters, S Bennett, M Smith, J Coombe, S Wagner, S Barlow. Bute: H Cock 4, C Pascoe 2, N Larwood, J Pearce, P Paterson, P Cannane.
Best - CY Cougars: A Parsons, J Dutschke, B Vassal, J Byrne, B Gunning, C Webster. CY Cougar: J Wall, B Cuthill, R Page, S Dunstan, S Bown, J Coleman. Goals - C Webster 4, B Gunning, M Daniel 3, A Parsons, R Byrne 2, G Davies, S Holmes, B Oliver, S Hasting. Wallaroo I Hann, M Rayner.
Best - Moonta: W Sansbury, T Harridine, R Mackereth, D Newchurch, C Elsworthy, S Carmichael. Paskeville: M Rodda, R Price, T Price. Goals - Moonta: D Newchurch 6, W Sansbury, D Koch 2, T Harridine, C Elsworthy. Paskeville: R Price 5, T Price 2, N Daniel, C Gardner, T Mulders, B Price.
Best -Kadina: D Girdham, Z Drogemuller, D Westbrook, C March, L Browning, J Lawson. Ardrossan: S Teakle, M Schulz, G Wheare, B Davey, A Geradis, R Evans. Goals - Kadina: D Girdham 9, B Waller 5, J Lawson 4, D Westbrook 3, Z Drogemuller, J Phillips 2, J Willis, B Farley, L Driver, S Spry. Ardrossan: A Geradis, G Wheare 2
OPENING ROUND WINS FOR THE EAGLES, ROOSTER, MAGPIES AND COUGARS
Sunday April 15, 2007
The YPFL got underway is perfect conditions at the weekend, at Yorketown after an even first half, the Southern Eagles overcame Wallaroo by 43 points. Jon Combe and Jacob Selfe were best for the winning side while Reece Page and Adam Whittaker did well for the Bulldogs.
At Ardrossan, it was a tight affair in the first three quarters with Bute having a nine point lead at the last change. The Roosters slipped into gear in kicking 6.7 to 1.1 last term to put things beyond doubt. Pat Cannane was best for Bute, while Matthew Schulz and Luke Carter played well for the homeside. Hayden Cock and Lucas Bagshaw kicked three goals each for Bute.
Last years premiers, the CMS Crows were humbled by Paskeville. Poor kicking for goal cost the Crows early as they amassed 2.11 to half time. The Magpies got going in the second half adding 13.4 to 8.4 to record a 53 point victory. Todd Price and Glen Mulders were best for Pasky while Troy Clement and Paul Morris were in the CMS Crows better players.
The Cougars got off to a blinder of a start against Moonta at Maitland kicking a massive 18.11 to 4.3 in the first half. They took the foot off the pedal after half time but still rewarded new coach Domenic Fotia with a 132 point victory. Damien Adams, Ben Gunning (six goals), Ryan Byrne (six goals) and Max Daniel (five goals) all had big days out for the Cougars, while the Demons better players were hard to find, with Clay Elsworthy and Ricky Mackereth best for them
This weekend Wallaroo hosts the CY Cougars, Kadina comes off the bye to face Ardrossan, opening round winners Bute and the Southern Eagles meet, while Moonta and Paskeville will be seeking their first wins. The CMS Crows has the bye.
YORKE PENINSULA – Round One, April 14 2007
Best: Southern Eagles – J Coombe, J Selfe, B Coles, A Pitt, R Wielechowski, S Rowe
Wallaroo – R Page, A Whittaker, S Dunstan, D Collins, S Murphy, S Miller
Goals – Southern Eagles – S Bennett 3, J Spencer, S Rowe, T Hayes 2, C Taylor,
Wallaroo – D Penny 3, S Bown 2, B Wall, S Murphy, Batison 1.
Best: Bute – P Cannane, N Daniel, J Pearce, N Hewett, B Trengrove, S Whelan. Ardrossan – M Schulz, L Carter, S Hollitt, R Evans, S Teakle, B Davey. Goals: Bute – H Cock, L Bagshaw 3, B Herbert 2, N Hewett, P Cannane, B Trengrove, S Whelan, C Pascoe. Ardrossan – A Gerardis 3, S Teakle, J Stubberfield, S Haollitt, J Hollitt 1.
Best: Paskeville – Todd Price, G Mulders, A Crowell, M Rodda, C Gardner. CMS Crows – T Clements, P Morris, S Mumford, M Cook, D Bennett. Goals: - Paskeville – R Price 7, B Price 4, T Mulders, T Price 3, B Watkins, B Herde, J Clarke 1. Crows – J Marner, M Cleland, T Clements, R Cook 2, R Brundell, M Cook 1.
Best: CY Cougars – D Adams, B Gunning, R Byrne, J Byrne, G Davies, M Daniel. Moonta – C Elsworthy, R Mackereth, N Blight, T Blight. Goals: Cougars – B Gunning, R Byrne 6, M Daniel 5, A Parsons 3, C Webster, S Hastings, H Sansbury 2, B Oliver, D Lavender 1. Moonta – D Newchurch 3, D Koch, T Harradine, C Elsworthy, A O’Loughlin, D Coleman 1.Bye – Kadina
BUTE IS IN THE MIX AGAIN IN 2007 April 3, 2007
Bute coach Darryn Schilling says the Roosters will be competitive in 2007, but will need a bit of luck if they are to push for the double chance. “Injuries are our big concern, we are lacking a bit of depth, with 10 players being unavailable from A & B Grade from last year.”
The club has recruited Chris Pascoe from Salisbury North, brother of former Collingwood and Norwood player Andrew. Chris is 32 and will play up forward, the connection with the club stemming from the fact his father played with Bute in a Premiership in the successful era of the 1970’s. The club still has room for another outside player.
Darryn feels the team to beat will be Paskeville, who were unbeaten until the finals last year. He sees Kadina as the big improvers, “with David Westbrook returning from Woodville/West Torrens, they’ll get better.”
“David and a few other lads who have played Under 19’s at the Eagles will prove handy, they have about ten players who were born locally that are driving each week back from Adelaide, so they will improve”.
Of the other clubs, The CY Cougars will be around the mark again under new coach Dominic Fotia. While they have lost Greg Chapman from last year, they will have depth and are expected to be strong again as the Byrne brothers will still be part of the line up.
Ex Redleg and 2006 Mail Medalist Troy Clements is still at the CMS Crows, who should a good chance to threaten for the 2007 Flag.
Paskeville starting fresh in 07 by Andrew Fuss
March 1, 2007
ast year’s Minor Premiers Paskeville are starting with a clean slate after two consecutive Grand Final losses. First year coach Ben Watkins is working on the philosophy that with a new coach, Paskeville can be a new club.
“We have not talked about last year, we’re starting fresh”, Watkins said.
The high scoring Paskeville side finished eight points clear on top of the ladder last season, but were knocked off by the fast finishing CMS Crows in the Grand Final. Watkins, who played in the loss, said that the club’s new recruits had covered well for the off-season losses of Jessie Edwards, Trent Hill and Darren Holland. Into the side come Leighton Wilsch, on-baller Boyd Kenney from West Gambier and centreman Todd Price who played at the Eagles last season.
Watkins is confident that hard-working midfielders Kenney and Price will provide the forwards with plenty of opportunities to score. He is hopeful that new club captain Craig Gardner will have a big season at centre half forward in a side that averaged almost 150 points per game last season.
Paskeville lost five players to injuries leading into finals last year, but with the depth of the club improving, the coach hopes that they will be able to cover for any losses. However, he is not getting carried away with high expectations.
“We’re aiming for finals and we’ll see what happens after that”, said Watkins.
He believes that Bute will be stronger this year and that reigning premiers the CMS Crows “will be up there”. The Crows will have added confidence with a boom recruit in former Norwood player Scott Carslake, who played 83 league games for the Redlegs.
Carslake will line-up alongside another former Norwood boy, and last year’s Yorke Peninsula Football League Mail Medallist, in Troy Clements. CMS player/coach Julian Burke is tipping the two to have a big impact in a side that is less experienced than last season’s team.
“They will add some much needed experience and class”, Burke said.
Clements has been taking the 10 players who live in Adelaide for training sessions since mid-January and the main squad has been training since mid-February.
Along with Carslake, CMS have also added Jason Aldenhaven, tall back flanker Marlon Hampton, Paul Morris and big ruckman Travis Longbottom who is returning from holiday.
The club’s losses have been quite severe with stalwarts Daniel and Mark Jolly retiring, Jamie Kemp moving to Crystal Brook, and Chad Treloar leaving the club. The Crows have also lost Grand Final stars Damien Polkinghorne and Daniel Diestel-Fedderson to Rostrevor Old Scholars.
Burke believes that with a bit of good luck and a lot of hard work, the Crows can go back-to-back in 2007. Their first target, however is to make the finals and he feels that the league will be a lot closer this year, with a few more teams pushing for finals spots.
The Crows have just one practice match against Crystal Brook on March 31 before the Grand Final re-match on April 14. The Yorke Peninsula League is in for a big season with the consistent Paskeville side looking to get revenge on the Crows and their ex-Norwood stars.
CROWS SNARE 2006 FLAG
CMS CROWS 0.7 5.9 13.11 14.15 (99)
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