District News Trinity Premiers!
Posted on 06/09/2011
Trinity College’s Year 8 & 9 football team has climbed the mountain once again, making it five in a row in the state-wide Year 8 & 9 schools football competition. Three goals in the first quarter set the tone before the teamwas forced to grind out their 36 point win over regular rivals, CBC Fremantle, on Saturday September 3 at Paterson’s Stadium.
to one of the best on ground for the night – Jackson Flematti – started the scoring, before Nixon Hamlet put the afterburners on and kicked a second. Brayden Keizer slipped forward to kick a third, while Sheldon Dias was tigerish across half-forward and Michael Bell strong at centre-half-back. Giuliano Martino was important after coming on mid-way through the quarter, and the defence of Ryan O’Connell, Daniel Maher and Richard Giorgi was effective.
radar was a problem in the third term, kicking 1.5, but their defence was resolute, keeping CBC scoreless. Flematti was the stand-out for the term, while Harrison Moore capped off a strong quarter with a goal. Morgan-Hobbs made his presence felt when he returned to the ground.
The last qu
arter saw a goal for Braut, and a third for James, with plenty of opportunities for the bench players to work their way into the match. Matthew Houwen and Carey Hortle were not beaten in one-on-ones, while Nic Marciano was bustling his way through the packs. Nic Moulton showed plenty of poise, as did James Valentine, while Josh Gherardi enjoyed his run. Fittingly, a pack-bursting run from Radecki and a huge hit from Starr finished off the game.
Trinity 8 7 55
Goals: James 3, Flematti, Hamlet, Keizer, Moore, Braut
Best: Radecki, Braut, Flematti, James, Hamlet
3 1 19