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2010 Best & Fairest Results

The 2010 Best & Fairest count was held on Saturday the 21st of August.  The top ten for all grades are below:

2010 Best & Fairest Results

 
  SENIORS RESERVES COLTS
1st Nick Braslin 52 Kaine Menzie 52 Kieren Iles 35
2nd Dave Scott 44 David Smith 26 Jordan McCallum 31
3rd Justin Myers 29 Ricky Batt 18 Raedon Smedley 29
4th Brodie Phillips 24 Matt Stone 16 Bodie Savage 27
5th Jamie Tubb 23 Mark Rutherford 16 Luke Alsford 26
6th Gavin Quirk 21 Chris Russell 13 Jye Sullivan 22
7th Nathan Barton 19 Wally Dare 13 Shaun Frogson 21
8th Aaron Hilder 15 Andrew Kennedy 12 Jake Whittenbury 20
9th Tim Bracken 14 Chris Turner 10 Jai Bannister 18
10th Matt Phillips 12 Simon McCarthy 10 Cam Potter 14

 

Round 12 Colts Report

Last weekend’s game at home was the rematch of the Colts’ first win in four years against Triabunna earlier in the year.

We knew last Saturday’s game was going to be a tough affair, with several of our key players out through injury.

Tribaunna started hard at the ball and continued that way for the rest of the game.  The first quarter was disastrous for us, but, to their credit, our boys fought back through the next three quarters with some excellent football and never let up.  Our under-strength side battled well but, unfortunately, was unable to make much of a dent into a well-structured and hard playing Roos side.

The boys travel to Boyer this week to tackle New Norfolk.  With key players returning to the side we look confident that, by playing to our strengths and structures, we can give good account of ourselves.

Best players last week were: L Alsford, C Potter, J Whittenbury, J Bannister, B Brown and J Sullivan

Scotty Bester

Round 6 Colts Report

Saturday saw the colts travel to Oatlands to take on the central hawks.
 
After a few hard weeks of playing the benchmark teams the boys were confident on taking on the hawks who have been struggling this year.
 
Kicking into a stiff breeze in the first term we were happy to come of at 3 goals a piece and by half time we were up by around 4 goals.  The third term saw the hawks take the ascendancy and with the breeze they were leading by a solitary point heading into the last.  The boys dug deep and with the aid of the breeze kicked 7 unanswered goals to run out winners by 46 points.
 
Better players for the day included Jake Whittenbury, Kieren Iles, Raedan Smedley, Shaun Frogson, Jordan Watson and Luke Alsford.
Major goal kickers were Jake Whittenbury with 4 and Shaun Frogson with 3.
 
Was pleasing to see that our game-plan is coming together and our forward structure is working.
 
Scott Bester