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Teams / 2018 / U14 Port/South Squad Boys

U14 Port/South Squad Boys

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About the Team

  • Coaches: Euan Dixon Div 1, Bernie Nolan
  • Craig Darlow Div 4, Bernie Nolan
  • Team Managers: Deb
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  • U14 boys squad - 

Wednesday 4 Apr - 18 Apr - 5pm - 6.15pm Aanenson Oval Murphy Reserve Port Melbourne then;

Wednesday 25 Apr + beyond - 5pm - 6.15pm Oval 11 Albert Park 

Running group on Monday Nights:

Murphy Reserve
Time is 6:15pm sharp to 6:45pm

Match Report Round 1 Sunday April 15th Div 1

Match Day Awards: Harper Montgomery, Dylan Carver, Luke Cornwell


Today we were greeted by wind and rain before the game had even started, which meant that we were in

for a hard, slogging game no matter what the opposition were like. Possibly because of the rain, or maybe

just the excitement of football season being back, our attitude and intent during warm up was not up to the

100% standard I know that the boy’s are capable of. This was shown at the beginning of the first quarter

as we were caught off guard by the more disciplined and structured opposition, who were able to kick a

few quick goals on us. We were able to hold off this attack towards the end of the quarter and also had

some of our own forward entries but only converting for behinds. For the rest of the game we had glimpses

of a high intensity football, but for the most part we lost our structure and voices were down, allowing

Cheltenham to run over the top of us.

Positives coming out of todays game were:

- Although we were down by 40 or so points in the second half of the last quarter, we were willing to

still work hard and defend, keeping the opposition goalless for the remainder of the game

- At the end of the game, as a team, everyone was able to identify what needed to be worked on

which included increase in workrate/willingness to work for each other, voice and talk to be lifted,

creating kicking targets who are constantly on the move and most importantly having the discipline

to hold a structure amongst all positions.

Although there is much to improve on from today's game, the boys put in a good effort for round 1.



Match Report Round 1 Sunday April 15th - Div 4

Match Day Awards: Jackson McKenzie, Will Dean & Rober Larcher


The Under 14 Div 4 team travelled to Oakleigh to play Oakliegh JFC. We had 17 players and the

conditions were very ordinary with rain throughout the game. Whilst we did not have a full team our

players arrived motivated and keen to step onto the ground and give 100% for the Bloods. Jackson

McKenzie and Will Dean accepted the roles of Captain and Vice Captain and provided the team with

leadership and direction from start to finish. Jackson ensured the backline was strong and accountable

and prevented the opposition from scoring a goal whilst Will Dean kept presenting at Centre Half Forward

in a display reminiscent of the great Wayne Carey. Strong midfield performances from Luke Monahan

(ruck), Robert Larcher, Samson Magasanik, Mitchell Geraerts and Morris McConchie propelled the ball

forward and gave our forwards many opportunities. Eddie Kiefer and Cody McLeod put their bodies on the

line on numerous occasions to prevent Oakliegh from scoring and provide our midfield and forwards with

first opportunity. Whilst a few players have been named, it truly was a team effort with all players

committing to the ball and supporting their team mates with 2nd and 3rd efforts throughout the game which

was very pleasing to see. It was a strong first round win with 17 players that will only improve as the

season progresses and the players get to know one another. Until next week go PORT SOUTH!



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