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PHILLIP Island’s Brodie Anderson, Max Mat-
tock and Billy Taylor, along with young Pan-
thers Brad Adwell, Jack Rosenow and Ned
Bradley were selected in the Alberton FNL
Under 16 representative team which played at
Traralgon last Wednesday.
The boys had a great day of football, just fall-
ing short of being carnival winners.
The first game versus Ellinbank saw the Al-
berton team very slow to bond together and the
opposition got away with a very strong start
booting six goals in-a -row with each game con-
sisting of two 20-minute halves.
In the second half, the team found their way
and started building on team work and show-
ing skills in the very muddy and slippery condi-
tions, outscoring the opposition, to go down by
just 11 points at the final siren.
The second game versus Mid Gippsland
showed a lot of skills by the young Alberton
team with some great teamwork which was too
strong for the opposition.
Once again conditions were terrible with rain
falling for much of the game.
The last game against the Gippsland League
was the match of the day.
An amazing team effort saw Alberton with a
2.2 lead at half time after kicking to what ap-
peared to be the kicking end of the ground.
Each team was desperate for the ball in a
hard-fought game in sloshy conditions.
Gippsland League pegged back the margin,
kicking 2 goals 3 to Alberton’s 1 point and
scores were level with minutes to go.
Gippsland was awarded a free kick a way out
The player went back to have a shot, the si-
ren went mid-flight and the ball was pushed
through for a behind resulting in a 1-point win
With only three leagues competing, the Un-
der 18s played two games each of 25-minute
Among the 22 players selected were Phillip
Island’s Alex Duyker and Sam Watson, as well
as Riley Scapin and Mitch Whitham from Kil-
The first game versus North Gippsland saw
the Alberton boys too strong for the opposition
and they played really well on a very muddy
ground at Apex Park Traralgon.
Great team work by all players helped Alber-
ton secure a 22-point win.
The second game versus Gippsland League
was played in shocking conditions. After two
games the ground was extremely chopped up
and mushy with rain falling for the second half
of the match.
The first half had Alberton in front by 1 point
and it was looking like an exciting finish.
The boys tried really hard to maintain the
level displayed in the first half but Gippsland
were too strong and managed the terrible con-
The final siren couldn’t come soon enough
with cold and mud-caked bodies the end re-
Great effort by all teams in trying conditions.
Ned Bradley, Jack Rosenow and Brad Adwell from Kilcunda-Bass
were part of the Under 16 Alberton team which just fell short of be-
ing interleague carnival winners at Traralgon last week.
Phillip Island’s Brodie Anderson, Max Mattock and Billy Taylor
battled the wet and muddy conditions at Traralgon last Wednesday
when they played in the AFNL Under 16 interleague team.
Wet and muddy for youth interleague
Talented Island footballer, Alex Duyker,
was the only Bulldog to be selected in the
AFNL Under 18 interleague squad.
Young Panthers Sam Watson and Riley Scapin were members of the Under 18 interleague
team which played against North Gippsland and Gippsland League at Traralgon last Wednes-
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