TIGER TALES
Football
It’s was a good days football with the Northern Tigers against the Southern Tigers. The under 13’s started the day off with a hard fought win. The best players were Austinn Hill, Jaye Mathews, Jai de La Perelle and Zander Bates and the goal kickers were Ethan Herzick 2,Corey Smith 1 and Jaye Mathews 1.
The under 15’s were blown away by a very good team, Bradley Pilkington played a magnificent game with support from Daniel Pratt in ruck and Liam Sutton. Our players have to learn that they have to get to the ball first if they are going to worry the better teams.
In the 17’s we started well and kept the foot on the gas pedal all day. Lachlan Carter in his first game for the club played extremely well, he had great support all over the ground with Jamie Wegener and Brodie Mathews also having standout games.
The Reserves continued their winning form and looked like kicking a big score until the rain came. The young players are starting to show that we have good depth coming through. Best player was Cameron Maher with Brandon Downie putting in another good one while newcomer Jackson Southhurst played well down back.
The A’s played a night game and it was a ripper, the skills in the rain were terrific from both sides and the result, a draw, was what it deserved as neither side deserved to loose. We had many good players with Corey Solly, Kirk Heberle, Shane Souter and Glen Meulendyks leading the pack.
The club would like to thank Nuriootpa Rovers Football Club for their participation in the night game and are hoping other clubs will follow suit giving the local football public some great night entertainment.
This week it is off to Tanunda for the Anzac Day match. There will be an ANZAC ceremony between the A’s and Reserves in which we are proud to be part of.

The under 9’s and 11’s start their season on Friday Night at Tanunda.

Diary Dates:
May 2nd Round 4 Home against Barossa – Players Auction Night

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