LFC Reserves Update – May

With the season about a third of the way through, I thought I would do an update on how our season has been progressing.

We find ourselves in third spot on the ladder with five wins and two losses.  The two losses that we have suffered came from Claremont and Kingborough, the two teams above us on the ladder.

The club has once again found its self in a good position with good numbers and the reserves (due to club injuries & unavailability) have already had a total of 43 players play one game or more this season.  A special mention should go to the underage players in Ian "Red" Mackenzie, Jordan "Jordy" McCullum and Kieran "Kizza" Isles who when given the chance to play reserves stepped up and showed they are more than capable.

As a reserves coach it is always good to see players step up to senior level and play.  This season up to 12 players have already played in both senior grades.

The great turn around in players has not helped the reserves side due to the fact that we can have up to six changes in the team per week, but to our credit we have soldiered on and kept winning games. 

Our success so far this year has been contributed greatly by the players that are consistently doing the right things by turning up to training and giving 100%.  Down back Wally "JT" Dare has provided the attack and run while the leadership of Ricky "BattMan" Batt and Adrian "AJ" Pennicott has given us the platform to attack off The "Michele" Pfeiffer brothers (Henry & Jeremy), through the middle have given us some extra class and polish.  The hard work down back and through the middle has been capped off by Dave "Country" Smith up forward who has been a focal point for us.

I’m sure we are all looking forward to the rest of the season with some big challenges in front of us.

Kaine Menzie

 

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