Sebastopol Football & Netball Club



Netball Report: 

The sun was shining down at the Burra netty courts for the season opener against the Devils. The sun wasn’t the only thing shining that morning because our Under 19s had a killing game that was full of talent and teamwork. They had a good win against Darley 33-28. Tahlia Watts and Matilda Pollard proved that they were a strong defensive unit. 

E Grade came out on the court and my gosh they did not disappoint, a huge win 32-9 heading into Round 2 being on top of the ladder. Elle Hammill was dominant on the court, she ran as fast as Flash and no one could stop her. 

D Grade didn’t disappoint either, only losing to Darley by 5 goals. Coach Kirby and the girls will be looking for a W this weekend. The outstanding Laura O’Keefe proved that she is a force to be reckoned with in the centre court. 

C Grade lost by a mere 9 goals but were in it the whole game. Amy Jobling and Elyse McGennerskin kicked off their netball career at the Burra and they were bookends of the team with lots of goals and lots of intercepts! 

B Grade started off the season with a loss but they look forward to giving it their all this weekend. Gina Boehm was outstanding on the court. 

The A Grade game was like a Mexican wave, the score went up and down and up and down with Darley taking the chocolates at the end of the day. Narelle Perkins showed her talent and dedication to the team on the court. Coach Cann was proud of the team effort! 

We would like to thank the umpires who made our games possible. 

We look forward to Round 2 this weekend. 

As always, GO BURRA!

Football Report:

On a nice sunny day to start the season down at the Burradrome, the under 19s started the day with a lot of promising signs shining through in a close 17 point defeat against Darley.

After a slow start to the game it was the likes of Jacob Lawler, Tom Mitchell and Jaylan White who got the team going in the second half and were named amongst the best players on the day. Tynan Oakley also starred with 3 of the team's 7 goals.

The reserves started their season campaign in demanding fashion, putting the sword to their Darley opposition from the get-go, kicking 5 goals to 1 in the first quarter. 

It was in the second half of the game where the floodgates, scoring 75 points of their own and coming away eventual winners by 87 points.

It was a raffle between Jordan Crone, Liam Stow and Baden Stevens (40 disposals and two goals) for best on ground. Adam Forbes was lead goal kicker with 5, and Taylor Stewart with 3.

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