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Reserves 2010 Elimination Final Report

 

The first week of the finals was on us and we had to travel to Huonville to take on New Norfolk in a fourth –V- fifth knockout final.

The word was that New Norfolk where eligible to drop half a dozen senior players into their side since their senior’s where not playing, but we went into the game confident that the 22 that we came up with were more than capable of taking on any side in this finals series.

We started the first quarter in the right mindset, we played to our game plan, our intensity and pressure was good and we lead at the first break by two goals.  

Our luck was soon to change as the senior side took Andrew Kennedy due to Tim Bracken’s late unavailability after being attacked by a dog while taking his dog for his Saturday morning walk. Adrian Pennicott then suffered a hamstring injury after playing some good football and then with about 10 second to go in the second quarter Joshua Baliebalvari and myself crashed heads, which resulted in concussion and a hospitalization.

After these series of events, we went stagnant and were unable to find our form back and ended up losing the match by 78 points.

Better players on the day were Ricky Batt who did a fantastic job, still got a lot of possession and showed a lot of leadership.  Mathew Weeding up forward plucked every ball that came his way and was our only major goal kicker.  Mick Grimsey, Chris Russell, Jesse Hamill and Kieren Iles battled hard all day.

In conclusion on the year:  It was a year that promised so much but ended up fizzling out due to the club’s injury list and non-committed players.

A big thank you should go out to all reserves players who seen the year out to the end.  We did have a winning season only losing five roster games and I owe all of you a big thanks.

To my assistant coach Nathan Senior, runner Kenny Weir, stats man Frank Menzie and my various team managers, I thank you all for the un-rewarded work that you all do.

In a week or two I will do a recap on season 2010, so stay tuned.

Stay Frosty! 

Kaine Menzie

Round 6 Reserves Report

This week the reserves took on the Central Hawks at Oatlands, who even though undermanned were always going to give us a physical contest on their home turf.

We won the toss and with a decent breeze blowing to the eastern end of the ground, we decided to kick with it.

Knowing that the breeze was not going to do it for us we went out and played some good football.  Playing in front with quick ball movement and some good skills allowed us to set our game up and go into the first break with a seven goal advantage. 

The second quarter was a lot different as we had to work a lot harder to move the ball quickly into our forward line.  We started to be second to the footy and started to get lazy, prepared to leave the hard work up to someone else.

After the main break we started to get our game back on track and the second half seen our attack on the football improve and our run to link up or to get numbers to a contest get better as we continued to run the legs off our opponents to win the  game by around 10 goals.David Smith

Our main focal point up forward was Dave 'Country' Smith who even though double teamed and out numbered, led to the right spots and then converted his opportunities to finish the game with five goals.  Paul 'Smokey' Jackson and Chris 'Rusty' Rusell gave the on-ballers good use of the ball and presented well across half forward all day.  The 'Michelle' Pfeiffer brothers got plenty of the football and fed our forward with some accurate disposal and Andy 'Tonguey' Clarke, Andrew 'AK' Kennedy and Jesse 'Sammy' Hamill played some good hard in and under contested football.

We now look forward to the challenge that is Claremont who are undefeated and sit on top of the ladder. 

Kaine Menzie 

Round 3 Reserves Report

This week the reserves took on Dodges Ferry down at Shark Park and we went into the game loosing around six players (due to injuries in the senior side) from the side that defeated New Norfolk the week before.  This was not going to be a big deal as the club has a lot of depth and the players bought into the side were more than capable.

Dodges were always going to give us a hard contest as they were coming off the bye and their side included some very capable players.  To our credit we took control of the game early and held possession until we were able to hit up our large forwards.

87 points is a good victory but we also kicked at goal poorly.  18 goals 25 behinds is not a good conversion rate and is something that needs some work to improve.

Our back line was terrific all day as Mick 'Lofty' Grimsey again went about his business along with Nathan Barton who repelled many attacks and Ricky Batt who was hard at it all day.  Andrew Clarke was also impressive all over the ground as was Jesse Hamill and Chris Russell who gave the on-ballers a lot of the footy.  Luke Mason played in a number of positions and showed his versatility to the side.

We now have the weekend off due to the bye and will hopefully come back the week after full strength to take on undefeated Kingborough.
 

New Recruits 2010

 

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New Recruits To The LFC for season 2010

Some of the new recruits to the lfc for season 2010 include: Josh White, Troy Hitchins, Henry Pfeiffer, Jeremy Pfeiffer (all Sorell), David Wooley (Natone), Leigh Milbourne (Nth Hobart), Shaun Skelly (retirement), Damien Tonks (Triabunna), Jesse Hamill (Queenstown), Scott O'Connell, Dexter Bertoldo (Central Hawks), Wally Dare and Stuart Dare (Rugby Union)