Jnr Crocs to play at home to­mor­row

Port Douglas & Mossman Gazette - - CLASSIFIEDS -

THE Un­der-10s Crocs headed to Trin­ity Beach on Sun­day to take on the Bull­dogs for the sec­ond time.

De­spite a low num­ber of play­ers the fe­ro­cious Crocs showed ex­treme courage and stamina for the full four quar­ters.

It was great to see ac­cu­racy in front of goals, just scor­ing a cou­ple of be­hinds with a to­tal of seven ma­jors.

The last quar­ter was a stand out with Goal sneak Jake ‘‘Jake­man’’ Sher­well snag­ging three goals with his mate Sam Wall spin­ning out of trou­ble and also scor­ing a ma­jor.

Other goal scores on the day from Scotty Cooper with two, and Nash ‘‘ The Dash’’ Thomp­son scor­ing as well.

Player of the day medal went to Jaimie Hud­son for his hard run­ning and team­work.

Scotty and Jake took home the Macca’s awards for their ef­forts in front of goal, and as usual a con­sis­tent show of great skills.

THE Dou­glas Crocs Un­der-18s took on Cairns Hawks at Cazalys last Wed­nes­day night.

The two teams where shar­ing sec­ond spot on the lad­der with the win­ner to go a game ahead on points.

Hawks started the game well with some strong tack­les and fast ball move­ment putting them ahead early.

Crocs play­ers Josh, Brett, Jake and Art worked hard to keep their team in the game with the Hawks lead­ing at half time by a goal.

The sec­ond half of the game the Cairns Hawks team moved the ball for­ward a lot more cleaner into their for­ward line than the Crocs who strug­gled to score when they got the ball for­ward.

In the end the Hawks de­served their win with the score Hawks 9-8-62 to Crocs 3-6-24.

Best for the Crocs Jack­son Ri­ley, Amani An­der­son, Josh Har­ris, Mitch Bohm and James Berto.

This Fri­day the Crocs Un­der­16s and Un­der-18s will play their sec­ond home game un­der lights..

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