RD3: Launceston 1.4.10 def by Lauderdale 12.11.83

April 26, 2014



Launceston 1.4.10 def by Lauderdale 12.11.83

Goal Kickers: B.Savage
Best: J. Groenewegen, T. Cleary, C. Murfett, B. Green, J. Dyer, C. Reissig

Match Report:

Saturday won’t go down as the most memorable day for The Blues at Windsor Park as the Senior side struggled to score against a very dogged and determined Lauderdale side. Being outclassed by a side that was far more committed and ruthless, not allowing our young side any space and time, will go down as a great learning curve for the games ahead.

Beau Green (playing his 250th), Joe Groenewegen, Scott Stephens and Jordan Harris all tried valiantly to lift their side along with youngsters Curtis Murfett (playing his first game), Jack Dyer and Casey Reissig but were overwhelmed by a very strong and persistent Lauderdale outfit. We look forward now to the challenge of playing the undefeated Clarence side at Bellerive next Saturday.

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Development League

Launceston 8.15.63 def by Lauderdale 11.6.72

Goal Kickers: J. Duffy 4, Z. Oldenhof 2, B. Pitcher, D. Pinner
Best: J. Duffy, B. Pitcher, Z. Griffiths, A. Dusautoy, Z. Oldenhof, E. Izbiki

Match Report:

Our Development League team – TSL 2’s – went down by 9 points in a tight clash, not helped by some poor kicking at goal. They took a 3 goal lead into the second quarter but were unable to hold Lauderdale who put through 6 unanswered goals with the wind, and although outscoring the Southern Bombers in the second half were unable to bridge the gap.  Brayden Pitcher, Zach and James Griffiths, Shaughan Killalea and Lachlan Bonney never gave up against their older and bigger opponents. Hamish Leadham continues to battle manfully as does our Captain, Nathan Zanetto.

Under 18′s

Launceston 8.9.57 def by Lauderdale 10.12.72

Goal Kickers: J. Thomas 2, J. Larissey 2, A. Jones , J. Narkowicz , L. Hansen , R. Petterwood
Best: A. Cresswell, J. Larissey, L. Hansen, R. Petterwood, J. Thomas, J. Brown

Match Report:

The Under 18’s gave up a well earned 5 goal lead to allow Lauderdale to run over them in the latter stages  of the second half and they ran out winners by 15 points.

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