United takes on Tungamah

By Riverine Herald


U11s — United 13 def. Tungamah 7

On a cold and foggy morning the girls brought out their finest skills.

Isla and Kinsey were very impressive in defense and across the court.

Esha was excellent throughout the game and was well deserving of an award.

Well done girls.

Awards: Kinsey Graham (Roma Pizza), Esha Cronin (McDonalds), Isla Laffy (Subway).

U13s — United 33 def. Tungamah 3

Congratulations girls, a well played, convincing win with lots of change up in positions.

You showed four quarters of tight defense, great attack, leading to spaces and movement in the ring.

Well done.

Awards: Hayley Depace (Roma Pizza), Molli Lucic (J & D Roofing), Paige Simpson (McDonalds)

U15s — United 34 def. Tungamah 20

The Eagles came away with the win after a very slow start.

The amazing third quarter saw them take charge and run away with the game, leading by 12 at the final break.

Taking it away by 14 at the final siren.

Awards: Kate Parker (DeTrazani Hair), Alicia Callander (Roma Pizza), Koa Lucic (KFC).

U17s — United 53 def. Tungamah 20

After a slow start in the first two quarters we came out in the third on fire.

Phoebe "Pooled" 100 per cent of her goals.

Our defense worked hard and the mid court played their roles well.

Brilliant job again girls.

Awards: Hollie Davidson (Taranto’s) Phoebe Poole (Roma Pizza), Dakota Lucic (DeTrazani Hair).

C res — United 65 def. Tungamah 18

The girls showed Tungamah that we turned up to play.

Great to see lots of positive talk and passages of play throughout the four quarters.

Great singing from Steph in the warm up proved her to get best on.

Great team effort girls by all.

Awards: Steph Pearson (Echuca Hotel), Tiff Bartram (EUFNC Dinner voucher), Lauren Dawes (Subway), Rani Dobbyn (Col’s Encouragement award)

C grade — United 70 def. Tungamah 12

Travelling to Tungamah with our goals in mind, all players went out strong, striving for a good win.

As always 100 per cent effort was shown across the court.

Another great win girls.

Awards: Hayley Saville (Echuca Workers), Kate Pearson (Brownz Cafe), Chloe Bishop (Echuca Hotel)

B grade — United 77 def. Tungamah 12

Nice foggy drive to Tungamah.

What an amazing team effort by all the girls, coming away with a huge win.

Awards: Elle Ralph (Brownz Cafe), Liv Boylan (Candles Scents), Emmy Simpson (Moama Bowling Club).


U14s MFL — United 25.21.171 def. Tungamah 0.0.0

A later than normal start for us week being that there was no 17s game was appreciated by all that made the hour and 20 minute trek to Tungamah.

The team has set itself to improve every week, even when playing in new positions.

Pleasingly that’s what we achieved.

Sam Fisher, Ryan Stobaus, Dylan Purbrick and Noah Schmedje hadn’t played together as a midfield group but won clearance after clearance, propelling the ball forward to Ollie, Godders and Hunter.

The delivery into the forward line was how we want it and at quarter time we had a comfortable advantage.

In the second quarter the team looked vastly different and to their credit the very young Tungamah side tackled with intent and showed real spirit to keep us to a low score.

After half time the flood gates opened and by the end of the day our endeavour to share the footy and play team first football had resulted in 10 individual goal kickers and time spent playing in new spots which will hold us in good stead later in the year.

Awards: Ryan Stobaus (Eagles Award), Dylan Purbrik (Eagles Canteen), Fayte Belmont-Wickliffe (Subway), Riley Godfrey (Roma pizza), Ollie Poole (Petstock), Noah Schmedje (Paramount).