2017 Season

Kaniva Budget Note 29/7/17

Tammy Creaser - Sunday, July 30, 2017

Last Saturday we had two good wins and two losses against the old foe from next door. Mundulla playing a good brand of footy and deserved their top spots in both senior grades. At least the sun came out to warm our bones for the afternoon.

Hayden heroes had a slow start and disaster struck early with young Stuey Greenslade hurting his wrist in the first 30 seconds which put all the young fella's on the back foot early but with some wise words from the coach and encouragement the young fellas began to work themselves into the game with a solid 32 point win. We wish Stuey a speedy recovery.

Best players for the Junior Colts were Ladies Footy Club Committee voucher Bryson Hinge , Tatiara Industrial Repairs award Billy Whittlesea, Jolpac Rural Supplies Karl Dahlitz, Tatiara Driver Training award Jed Hutchison, Bordertown Fruit Market award Innocent Nkurunziza, Limestone Coast Freight award Lachie Glynn, Neil & Pam Murch coaches award Blake Plum .

Harry Houdini's lads usually like to get themselves up for this game but also started off slow but eventually run out with a solid 53 point win . Best players were Footy Club Ladies Committee award Lachlan Makin, Pooles Menswear & Surf award Hayden Shuttleworth, Murch Plumbing & Roofing award Henry Kroemer, Optimum Cut award Lincoln Weatherald, Wickham Flower award Jack Trenorden, Ray White Real Estate award Ryan Boyd and the Blackwell Plumbing coaches award James Gurney Wellington.

Mal's Magicians had a tough day against the unbeaten Moots but competed in most positions, it was just the Moots showed why they are on top. Best players were Upper SE Liquid Waste & Creaser Haulage& Bobcat & Ladies Footy Club Committee award Brent Lodewyk, Shane Redden Kitchens/Norton Bulk Haulage award Nick Hampel, Bordertown Pharmacy & Will Inspect Justin Taylor, Cut Loose Hair & Body Lounge voucher Jesse Partridge, Sport n Moore Award Graeme Twigden and the coaches encouragement award went to Darcy Whittlesea .

Trenner's Terriers-this week was the complete opposite to last week with a very slow start but to the boys credit showed a bit in the second half. Best Players were Jolpac Rural Supplies /Wise Ford award Josh Searle, Densley Earthmoving /Wickham Flower award Henry Trenorden, AWE Richards Meat Voucher Rory Tink, Optimum Cut Hair voucher Ben Jarrett, Bordertown Pharmacy award Brodie Foulds, coaches encouragement award Ladies Meal Voucher to Sam Devitt.

Last Saturday night was another top night with the music through the decades. Congratulations to the best dressed winners Brent Shuttleworth, Belinda Prez Pepper and Suzie Diment. Well done to the organisers and DJ Mewstick for the music.

This week we travel East to check out the new clubrooms at Kaniva and hopefully we can get four wins just to start this big weekend off. Hopefully everyone can make it home to the club for tea and rub shoulders with the Adelaide Crows.

This Sunday is the big Glenelg v Adelaide SANFL game so let's make sure we all get there and make it a great day! If you feel you could help out somewhere please volunteer as all help is appreciated very much!

Don' t forget the Chinese Banquet/Quiz night August 5th see Sarah Diment or a Social Committee member for table bookings .August 12th we have a band so another great night planned!!

So let's keep putting our best foot forward and have another crack and see if we get some more wins!

Go Roosters!



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