Last week was a great day out at the office, with another week passing and another four wins. Let's hope it continues throughout the season and were up the top of the Glenelg Club award again. Last weeks best after hours performers were to be found at Evan 'Snoopy' Joshua's 21st, If you do find out any goss then let Twiggy know as he is still trying to piece together his night after celebrating a lazy 6 goals.
Tren's little fellas were back on the winners list and put in a really good performance albeit kicking 7 goals 16 behinds. Best players were Lachie Murch (Tolmer Takeaway), Lachlan Makin (Tatiara Industrial Repairs), Tyson Leigh (Jolpac), Dougal "better looking than my Dad" (Optimum Cut), Charlie Pietsch (Bordertown Fruit Market), Juan Tomlos (Limestone Coast Freight).
Johnnies bunch of bikies were again very impressive. The next few weeks will be a tune up to when they start playing some other top of the table teams. Best players were Ben Jarrett (N & P Murch & Blackwell Plumbing), Matthew Leigh (Pooles Menswear), Aaron Beck (Murch Plumbing and Roofing), Harry Fromm (Tatiara Driver training), Jacob Eats (Wickham Flower), Pecker Densley (Ray White).
The magoos fought out another grinding win, with some more improvement to come they are looking for another good year. The next few weeks are winnable games but will require more hard work. Best were Graeme Twigden (USE Liquid waste & Creaser Bobcat and haulage), Brent Lodewyk (Redden kitchens, Norton Bulk & Ladies meal voucher), T Bone (Bordertown Pharmacy & Wild Mulberry Garden centre), Owen Butler (Cut loose hair &. Body lounge), Michael Long (Woolshed Inn), Blake Hammond (Sport N Moore).
Hayseys men were out make a means for the last outing which was poor, as well as getting a win for Ty Devitt in his 200th. They ran the game out very well and came away with an 8 goal win. Best were Carson Clark (Jolpac & Wise Ford), Kane Cuthbertson (Densley Earthmoving & Wickham Flower), Nick Hewett (AWE Richards), Cam Dahlitz (Woolshed Inn), Lochie Eats (Optimum Cut), Gene Robinson (Bordertown Pharmacy).
Today we are heading down the Padthaway road to check out the Paddy Lions, and watch some footy from underneath Taco Bill's roof.It shapes as a block buster in the A grade, with some other good games as curtain raisers. Let's once again head home with the full compliment of wins in the bag. Tonight's teas are at the Woolshed Inn, make sure you get down there Saturday night and fill the dining room with Red and White Jumpers.
Roger the Rrrrrrroooooooster