Cobra's Weekly Round Up

Round 14

this week.  

We host Garfield this week in another interesting clash leading up to a possible finals campaign. Garfield is a traditional rival and we have a great deal of respect for them. 

last week.


We welcomed Kilcunda Bass to Cora Lynn in almost pristine conditions for the majority of the day. A massive thank you to the recreation committee in the way that they have prepared our playing surface, as it’s one of the premier surfaces in the middle of winter in our competition.   

We started off the game well with our contest and defensive work. Billy Thomas set the tone from the first bounce of the ball with his ruck work. Chris Johnson Jimmy Munro and, Thomas Stiglich made good use of the opportunities having first use out in the middle.

It was great to see an even spread of goal kickers in the forward half of the ground for 4 quarters. Backs were rock solid for most of the day.

Best players for the day were Billy Thomas who dominated the ruck contests against a talented young ruckmen from Kilcunda Bass, Gus Da Costa who has matured into an established senior player, Jeremy Monkton on the wing who broke away and drove the ball forward on many occasions, Thomas Stiglich in the mid field has been very consistent  and the Briggs brothers showed that they are a class act with their exemplary skill, courage and ability to break the lines.  Lachlyn Peluso has continued in his role as the king of the one percenters and lifted his game to a new level showing his all-round fitness, persistence and fearless attack on the football. 


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development team.

After a loss the week before our development we’re keen to get back onto the winners list.

In perfect conditions we started off the first quarter a little slow but did enough to take a lead into the first break with Darcy Robinson in the mid field and Trav Ramsdale our ever-green warrior giving our forwards plenty of opportunity.

The second and third quarters were at times a bit of a slog, but Luke Foreman showed his class and helped us take a nice lead into the last change. We finished the game off and did enough against a competitive young Kilcunda Bass team. We will strive the next few weeks to cement our spot in the finals knowing we have a lot of improvement to come.

Matthew Ferguson celebrated his jumper presentation with a dominant game in the mid field, Josh Wilson is proving to be a versatile player whether playing forward or back. He is a very good mark and reads the play well, Duoth Jock showed his athleticism and ability to compete around the ball, Luke Foreman was a standout in the forward line with his strength and all round skills , Matthew Scarlett and  Max Wolbers contributed for four quarters and added value to the side. 





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