Round 6 and we are off to the seaside where the weather is looking like we don't need to pack the budgie smugglers. Playing Kingston no matter where they are on the ladder always seem to give us some trouble so let's all grades put our best foot forward and make the most of our opportunities that are presented to us with both hands.
Coach Hayden was off to the bush and left the big job to Punk and Bill to get the boys up and the lads certainly gave everyone a scare but finally managed to hold on to win by the one goal. Certainly the young fella's will have to bring better attitude if they are to get over the saints.
Best Players were Ladies Footy voucher Thomas Belluzzo, Tatiara Industrial Repairs award went to Max Mclellan, Jolpac rural Supplies award Jed Hutchison, Tatiara Driving Training Award Innocent Nkurunziza, Bordertown Fruit Market Luke Scown, Limestone Coast Freight Award Bryson Hinge, Neil & Pam Murch Coaches encouragement went to Ryan Cornish.
Harry also headed west and left the job to the veteran coach Jamie who I'm sure would like to hand the reigns back to Harry after the Cougars gave our boys a footy lesson. Best players were Ladies Footy Voucher Reagan Tink, Pooles Menswear & Surf award Lachlan Makin, Murch Plumbing & Roofing Award Ryan Boyd, Optimum Cut Award Lincoln Weatherald, Wickham Flower Award Hayden Shuttleworth, Ray White Real Estate Award Lachlan Murch, Coaches encouragement Blackwell Plumbing award Seb Trenorden.
Mal's Magicians certainly wanted to give the big fella something to remember after a pretty hard week and winning by sixty two points was certainly a good results especially with the introduction of more youth by a couple of lads playing their first games. Best players were Upper SE Liquid Waste & Creaser Haulage& Bobcat & Ladies Footy award Graeme Twigden Shane Redden Kitchens/Norton Bulk Haulage Award Nick Hampel, Bordertown Pharmacy & Will Inspect Alexander Coutts, Cut Loose hair & Body Lounge Voucher David Wurst, Sport N Moore Award Josh Pepper the coaches encouragement award went to Darcy Whitttlesea.
Trenners Terrier A's once again showed glimpses of what they can do but need to concentrate for longer periods and must get fitter to run out games better. They were once again in the game at three quarter time. Best Players for the Roosters were Jolpac Rural Supplies / Wise Ford Award Henry Hard nut Trenorden, Densley Earthmoving /Wickham Flower Award Lachlan Borrillo, AWE Richards Meat Voucher Brodie Foulds, Optimum Cut Hair Voucher Sam Devitt, Bordertown Pharmacy Award Shaun Creaser and the coaches encouragement award Ladies Meal Voucher to Josh Searle.
On the social side what a good night it was at the Ipod shuffle, the next major function will be the Cabaret at the town Hall so get you tables booked for a fantastic night with the Crocodiles June 3rd. Contact Sarah Diment or Nick Hampel for bookings.
Let's all get to Kingston and support all the footy teams and netball!!
GO THE ROOSTERS!