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Cobra's Weekly Round Up


Round 16

this week.  

In our second last match of the year, we host another one of our traditional rivals in Kooweerup. It was a hard-fought match last round, and we expect the same again. Irrespective of our spots on the ladder both teams usually rise to the occasion to produce an intriguing tussle. As the Finals approach the teams should be acknowledged for each of them being eligible for the final’s series. This is the seventeenth consecutive year that the Seniors have made the finals series. This is a great achievement this year under a new coach and post Covid circumstances, especially since we lost the first five senior games. 

last week.

seniors.

We made the trek down to Dalyston on your typical winter’s day. With all the rain the Bass coast have had the ground was in excellent condition.  

The first quarter was an arm wrestle as both teams were trying to adjust to the swirling conditions. Credit to Dalyston as they matched our contest work early in the game. The second quarter we managed to break the back of the game heading into halftime with a comfortable lead. The second half was managed well by our players as we finished the game injury free and ready to tackle the last two games of the season.

Our better players for the day were Matt Ryan kicking a few goals and controlling the middle of the ground is showing his maturity and growth by competing hard around the ground. His confidence has risen especially with his contested marking.  Jeremy Monckton was working post to post all day controlling his wing.  Nathan Gardiner competed well in the air and slotted a few goals. Tim Payne, Tristan Warkuss and Billy Thomas all did their work through the centre of the ground and in the back half all day. 

 

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development team.

Last week we headed down the highway to Dalyston on a glorious winter’s day.

We kicked against a steady breeze in the first quarter. Oskar Knight made an immediate impact on his return game from a hamstring injury slotting the first goal. In the second quarter we got our game going through Hayden Spiering’s and Lynden Banting with Matthew Ferguson adding some real strength around the Football and Bradley Parker providing some spark up forward. In the third quarter we swung some players around with Sean Wilson providing a great option up forward and Jake Ross proving he can play anywhere. We again added to our lead in last quarter to finish off the game. We look forward to playing Koo Wee Rup this week which should be a great game. 

Best Players, Matthew Ferguson who is making his presence felt late season around the ground, Lynden Banting, Jake Ross, Hayden Spierings and Sean Wilson 

thirds.

We took the long drive down to Dalyston to take on an under 18’s side that has had a hard year and had no luck throughout the season. We remembered that they always had a go and tried their very best and cracked into the best of their ability. It was an opportunity for us to really try to set some standards and start to look towards playing our best football as finals approach.

We had a few players missing through injury & concussion protocols, so it was a chance for others to really put their name up going forward.

The weather was perfect, and our boys were able to make a strong start and get things happening forward of centre. At quarter time we had the game in our control and had set things up to really get a strong result. The coaches set a few tasks for the boys to try to get them to work on and improve their games to take it to another level. There were some great patches of that improvement through the game, with the only negative being that we didn’t take our chances to finish those plays off and kick the goals, with us finishing up kicking a lot more points than goals. We couldn’t have been happier with their effort though with there being many contributors over the day.

Max McDermott and Connor Gilbertson were strong targets up forward kicking multiple goals between them, Ethan Middelhuis worked hard on his ruck work and played in defence. Rylan Parker played both ends of the ground and did some hard body work and run from defence. Kade Perkins and Matt Tralaggan worked hard across the wings and half forward line and gathered multiple possessions. 

 

netball.

no netball reports this week

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