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Jackas 'remember them' with fighting win

Jackas 'remember them' with fighting win

The AJAX Football club registered their second consecutive ANZAC Day victory against Fitzroy, prevailing by 18 points in a scrappy encounter at Brunswick Street Oval.

Before the bounce players from both sides, match officials and the hundreds of supporters that flocked to the ground, paid their respects in participating in a short Anzac day service, where the ode was recited, the last post sounded and a minute of silence observed.

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Kicking against a slight breeze didn’t seem to hamper the Jackas in the opening term as they skipped away to a 16-point lead at quarter time.

Jake Lew benefited from some slick ball movement from Warren Steinberg, before fellow forwards David Fayman and Geoff Measey hit the scoreboard.

The second term evolved into an arm wrestle and despite the near perfect playing conditions, neither team could break the game open.

AJAX’s steely defence kept the home side goalless, while Corey Jankie kicked his side’s only major of the quarter.

The Jackas went into half-time with a 23-point advantage and with plenty areas of their game to address.

It was more of the same in the third term, as both teams failed to produce an attractive style of play.

Wayward kicking for goal continued to be a theme for the Jackas, managing just two goals from six scoring shots.

Lew did well to hang onto a few contested marks, receiving close attention from behind all day.

Ash Kalb assured the visitors entered the final break full of run, linking up through the middle of the ground and finishing with a great goal nearing the siren.

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The game finally broke open in the final quarter, as the Jackas kicked five goals to four to secure an 11.14 (80) – Fitzroy 9.8 (62) away victory.

Dean Rotenberg proved a livewire up forward, swooping on the crumbs from a typical Adam Caplan high-marking attempt.

Fellow small forward Alex Wollan added an aerial mark and calm finish to his highlight reel, while Lew kicked back-to-back goals late in the quarter to finish with four majors.

David Fayman continued his good form, kicking two goals. Photo courtesy: VAFA Media

Ben Kalmus was a rock in defence, the Caplan brothers were as industries as ever and developing ruckman Zac Braun continued to impress as the Jackas’ number one big-man.  

Earlier, the reserves suffered a heartbreaking 11.12 (78) – Fitzroy 13.6 (84) loss, conceding a goal on the final siren.

Holding slender leads at quarter and half-time, the Jackas let the home side back into the contest with a few costly misses in front of goal.

Trailing by two goals at the start of the fourth term, the twos looked nervy with ball in hand and coughed it up at dangerous parts of the ground, causing a number of costly turnovers.

Fitzroy levelled the scores in the dying stages and with the home-crowd behind them, willed their team inside forward fifty with seconds to play.

The Jackas conceded a mark on the siren, and the Fitzroy player calmly slotted the match-winner.

19-year old Josh Baron showed plenty snapping four goals, ruckman Daniel Goodman continued his solid form booting two, while skipper Joel Gocs was resolute in defence.

Kicking off the triple-header at nine in the morning was the Thirds who recovered from a slow start, to kick 11 goals to five after half-time, assuring their unblemished start to 2016 with a 13.11 (89) – 6.12 (48) win.

Late inclusion Levi Lewis kicked three. The other multiple goal-kickers were Daniel Wein, Jacob Joel and Nadav Harel who returned from injury.

Shimon New, Benji Jones and premiership defender Tim Freed all held their own in the back fifty.

Ash Shenker’s under 19s made it three from three, holding off a fast-finishing Monash Blues, winning 9.13 (67) – 7.8 (50) at Frearson Oval.

Utilities Ben De Winter and Reece Israel kicked three apiece. Guy Vadas, Elliot Blau and Noam Marom were all prominent in the win.

You may as well pitch a tent at Albert Park this weekend. Why?... All FIVE games will be played at home!

AJAX host rivals Old Brighton at Gary Smorgon Oval this Saturday. The reserves kick off at 11:40am followed by the seniors at 2pm (live on J-Air 87.8fm).

The under 19s play Aquinas across the road at 1pm on Lindsay Hassett Oval.

On Sunday the Jackettes play their first home game of the season at 12pm vs Fitzroy, followed by the Thirds who face Old Trinity at 2pm.

Hope to see you all down for a massive weekend of AJAX Footy!

#AlwaysAjax

Aaron Fetter
AJAX Amateur Football Club
Media & Communications Manager 

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Jackas hammer Hampton at home

Jackas hammer Hampton at home

History was made over the weekend with the AJAX Senior Football Club fielding a record five teams for the first time ever. The milestone was capped off by a clean sweep of victories, a feat that President Ronnie Lewis wouldn’t mind seeing continue. “It was a very exciting time for everyone at the club this weekend”.

Listen back to the President's chat with J-Air's On the Ball on Monday night.

The seniors were eager to make amends for their poor round one performance against Old Scotch, and a triple-header at Gary Smorgon Oval in front of a strong home crowd set the perfect scene for it.

Visitors Hampton were also coming off a loss, while the Jackas had mixed results against the Rovers last season, recording a win and a loss.

Kicking with a strong wind in the opening quarter, the Jackas dominated play, skipping out to a 26-point lead at the first break. 

Geoff Measey was busy early, taking an acrobatic mark in front of goal, while youngster Brandon Joel who was one of three inclusions, showed his confidence at senior level, barging out of a crowded pack and kicking truly.

Not to be outdone, five-time leading goal-kicker David Fayman toe-poked the ball to his advantage, waited for it to sit for him, gave the don’t argue to a would-be tackler, pirouetted out of trouble and snapped a goal of the season contender from 40 meters on his left foot.

Against the wind in the second quarter, Hampton controlled the play and kicked five goals to two, closing the margin to just seven points at half-time.

Speedster Dean Rotenberg had a hand in both Jackas goals, while Measey’s defensive work was on full display, earning himself two free kicks before the main break.

Coach Marty Pask was characteristically vocal in the rooms, demanding his chargers assert their dominance on the game in the second-half.

The Jackas responded well in front of the animated home crowd, keeping the visitors goalless in the third term and kicking four of their own, to lead by 29 points at the final break.

David Fayman found some of his best form, spending long minutes in midfield but pushed forward to kick his third goal, courtesy of some good delivery from his skipper Nick Marks.

Late goals to Warren Steinberg, Joel and Stuart Fayman handed the Jackas the momentum as tempers threated to boil over, with small fracas breaking out at both ends.

It was a free-flowing final term as the Jackas displayed an exciting and skilful style of play, often moving the ball from one end to the other without error.

Hampton kicked the first of the quarter but only managed a consolation goal later on, as the Jackas piled on seven unanswered majors to romp home to an 18.10 (118) – 9.11 (65) win.

David Fayman was back to his best kicking five goals, while it was another typical Warren Steinberg day, spending time all around the ground and kicking another bag of three.

Other multiple goal-kickers were Geoff Measey (three) who was adjudged the Beyond Coconut Water Player of the Match, Brandon Joel and Dean Rotenberg who both kicked two.

Check out Saturday's Match Highlights on the Club's newly launched Youtube account. Be sure to subscribe!


Earlier, the Reserves also bounced back from their round one loss with an impressive 14.10 (94) – 3.6 (24) win over Hampton.

A seven-goal to one opening quarter helped set up a 54-point buffer at half-time.

Despite their position in the game Coach Rob Paterson implored his team to be disciplined and stick to the game plan untill the final siren.

The Jackas extended the margin slightly in the third term with their team defence a strong focus, only conceding one point for the quarter.

The game continued AJAX’s way in the final stanza, with the twos eventually running out convincing 70-point victors.

Jeremy Forbes looked rejuvenated as a forward, putting his stamp on the contest kicking four goals, while ruckmen Daniel Goodman (three) and Jordan Tonkin (two) were the other multiple goal-kickers.

Senior hopefuls Jake Kalmus, Jayden Yarrow, Justin Berkowitz and Nathan Zielinski all did their chances no harm with standout performances.

The first of three games for the day at home was the undefeated under 19s who finished strongly, knocking off Preston Bullants 15.7 (97) – 7.7 (49).

A good old fashioned talking-to from first-year coach Ash Shenker hit the spot as the young Jackas outscored the visitors 59-15 in the second-half after leading by just four points at the main break.

Forward dynamo Ryan Kagan bagged five goals in a best afield display while mobile backman Adam Klein put in another impressive showing.

The club’s winning-ways continued on Sunday with the Thirds opening up their 2016 account with a dominant 62-point victory, setup by an 11-goal to three second half.

 

Skipper Zev Aron had a day out kicking six goals from just about everywhere, while smooth ball carriers Eli Adelist (three goals) and Jordan Rubinstein were damaging on the wing.

The Jackettes capped off a remarkable weekend for the club, recording a memorable comeback victory against Bayswater in a thrilling low-scoring affair.

The girls were kept goalless in two quarters but goals to Ally Bild, Julia Caplan and Toni Hamilton in the dying minutes, completed a stunning 20-point turnaround and an eight-point win.

 

AJAX are honoured and humbled to play a triple-header against Fitzroy on ANZAC Day this Monday April 25 at Brunswick Street Oval, (Melway: 44 B1).

Thirds at 9:20am, reserves at 11:40am and seniors from 2pm.

The under 19s will also play on the day against Monash Blues at Frearson Oval, Monash University at 12pm, while the Jackettes have the bye.

Aaron Fetter
AJAX Amateur Football Club
Media & Communications Manager 

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Jackas' round one reality check

 Josh Ludski assesses his options further afield in the loss to Old Scotch on the weekend.

 Peter Haskin/AJN

 

Jackas’ round one reality check

AJAX received a rude awakening to start their season, after they were on the end of a second-half onslaught from demoted A-Grade club Old Scotch, suffering a demoralising 67-point loss at Camberwell Sports Ground on Saturday.

The Jackas were beaten all over the ground in the opening quarter, often being second to the football and lax defensively.

Despite the home side’s dominance, AJAX had the same amount of scoring shots but failed to capitalise on the scoreboard, trailing by 15 points at quarter time.

Moments into the second stanza, Old Scotch extended the margin, but soon after Richie Simon answered with a brilliant set shot from fifty out on a difficult angle.

The Jackas were never able to take control of the contest with the home side’s run and carry too slick on most occasions.

The margin was pushed out to 30 points, before Eugene Routman provided a spark up forward kicking back-to-back goals, keeping his team in it approaching half-time.

Jake Lew hit the scoreboard but Old Scotch promptly answered each time the Jackas closed the margin.

 

Jake Lew hangs onto a contested mark.
Peter Haskin/AJN

 

The high-scoring quarter came to an end and despite the visitors’ best efforts they lost the quarter by 11 points, but remained close enough, 26 points adrift.

AJAX dominated possession in the third term, but failed to make substantial inroads on the scoreboard.

After returning best and fairest winner Warren Steinberg kicked his second, Old Scotch put the foot down and amassed 13 scoring shots to one, holding a commanding 48-point lead at the final break.

 

 

Coach Marty Pask urged his players to ‘write some wrongs’ in the last term, but 2015’s A-Grade relegates proved they’ll be genuine contenders with five goals to two, completing a dominating performance, handing AJAX a 9.9 (63) – 18.22 (130) loss to start season 2016.

Steinberg was one of the Jackas’ better players and kicked three goals, while Routman and Simon were the other multiple goal-kickers.

Skipper Nick Marks led from start to finish and was his team’s best player but there weren’t many others that showed the commitment and application to the contest that he did.

Check out Saturday's Match Highlights on the Club's newly launched YouTube account.

Meanwhile, AJAX’s reserves didn’t fair too much better trailing at every break to go on to lose 4.11 (35) – 13.15 (93).

Despite the score line, the Jackas were in the contest right up till half-time, behind by eight points at quarter time and 16 at the main break.

AJAX was kept goalless in the second half, while the much stronger and polished Old Scotch outfit piled on seven of their own from 18 scoring shots.

Co-captain Joel Gocs was the reserves’ best in his 100th game for the club.

 

 

Nathan Zielinski provided plenty of run from behind while senior hopefuls, Brandon Joel (two goals), Jayden Yarrow, Dov Paltiel and Alex Wollan also put in serviceable performances in the loss.

The only shining light from the first weekend of football came from the under 19s who saw off a late charge from Old Haileyburians to run out 10.21 (81) – 9.8 (62) victors.

Under 19's Coach Ash Shenker spoke with J-Air Radio's 'On the Ball' about the victory on Monday night.

Leading by just seven points at the final break, the unders had the opportunity to blow the home side away but failed to capitalise on the seven more scoring shots they had.

Adam Klein was his team’s best, taking countless intercept marks in defence, while Ben De Winter (three goals), Guy Vadas and Ryan Kagan (two) were the other multiple goal-kickers.

The Thirds and Jackettes both won their final practice matches over the weekend. Their respective seasons kick off this Sunday.

The club will host a triple-header this Saturday in the first home game of the season at Albert Park.

The seniors play Hampton Rovers at 2pm at Gary Smorgon Oval, with the reserves on before them at 11:40am, while across the road at Lindsay Hassett Oval the under 19s will face the Preston Bullants at 1pm.

The seniors game will be live broadcast from the first bounce on J-Air Radio 87.8fm.

 

Aaron Fetter
AJAX Amateur Football Club
Media & Communications Manager 

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2016 Season Preview

AJAX FC Season Preview

 

Finally after almost six months on the training track, the ‘real stuff’ has arrived and the AJAX Football Club are ready to tackle the competition with a renewed vigour in 2016.  

The club will be fielding an unprecedented five teams this year– seniors, reserves, thirds, under 19s (all in the Victorian Amateur Football Association) and a ladies team (‘Jackettes’-in the Victorian Women’s Football League), whilst the junior division will field 19 teams in the South Metro Junior competition.

Finishing in 5th place in 2015 and narrowly missing out on finals for the third consecutive year, re-instated Senior Coach Marty Pask and his newly constructed coaching group (Brendan Devlin & David Harris) have put the club’s players through a gruelling yet focused training program.

“Marty and his coaching staff have had a big focus on fitness, strength work and the development of our game plan”, club President Ronnie Lewis told AJAX Media.

J-Air's On the Ball previewed AJAX's season with Marty on Monday night. Listen back here:

Almost 50 players attended the annual football camp in Torquay six weeks ago, where the purpose of the challenging training program and education sessions was to give the players “the opportunity to create an even stronger bond” amongst the group.

 

 

“The B-Grade competition will be a tough one this year but I am really confident our boys will be super competitive. We have an improved midfield group and some exciting youngsters who have trained really strongly all summer. Senior spots will have to be earned as the depth of the group is very good", Pask said.

Aside from a number of additions to the coaching, support group and committee this year, the club also welcomes back former best and fairest winners Warren Steinberg and Josh Ludski.

In comparison to 2015, the club experienced a less chaotic time on the injury front this pre-season.

“We’ll get guys back for the full year who had injuries last year, then it’s the development of the next tier down who we put a lot of game time into last season. I’m after them to start owning a position on the ground, stepping up and having a say in results”, Pask said.

Last weekend the club formerly capped off the pre-season with an impressive 12-point victory over Old Trinity, last season’s A-Grade runners up.

Read the match report here

“The wins are obviously what you get judged on, but for me it’s not so much that or the scoreboard. Any form is important going into the regular season but for me it has been about the continuity of our performances and getting some consistency, and getting guys up to match simulation speed and VAFA Premier B standard as best we can with the three games we played”, Pask said.

The coaching staff was able to have a look at the playing group in great detail over the three practice matches with a total of 27 players given senior opportunity, including Under 19s player Josh Baron.

There will be a strong link between the seniors, reserves and under 19s this season with the implementation of the game plan at these levels to facilitate a smooth transition to senior football.

“Age is irrelevant. The most important thing, is that they understand what we do and how they can help put this footy club on the right track. We need to look, find and get a good balance. If they are playing well they’ll get an opportunity at the highest level”, Pask said.

The Jackas opened their 2016 pre-season campaign with strong showings against Edithvale/Aspendale and Chelsea, both who play in lower divisions, however the club’s performance on the weekend against an A-Grade team showed ominous signs leading into round one.

 

“We put ourselves out there to be judged against a really good opponent. We certainly wanted to do that, it was intentional and deliberate playing them before round one. I wanted the guys to give a real good honest showing and I think we did that”, Pask said.

The reserves will be in the capable hands of Rob Paterson in 2016, with Matt Schmidt assuming an assistant coaching position.

Coming off a meteoric rise in 2015, the Thirds will once again be led by Daniel Slonim and Simon Jedwab who will be hoping their team can build on last season and win a final. 

Former player Ash Shenker has been entrusted with nurturing the club's exciting young talent, as coach of the Under 19s. 

Meanwhile, excitement has been high all summer for the club’s ladies team, the Jackettes, who are coming off Grand Final heart break in 2015. Tom Humphrey takes over the coaching reigns and comes to the club with a wealth of coaching experience, most notably in the VFL. 

“After a richly successful inaugural 2015 season, the "Jackettes" are looking fit and ready to take on the higher grades in the VWFL. With three of our players training in the AFL Academy squad over summer, a fitter and more skilled group of returning players and the addition of some gun recruits, season 2016 promises to be another exciting one for our Women's team”, Club President Ronnie Lewis said.

Finally, on senior expectations, the Head Coach was bullish about the club’s chances in 2016.

“I’d hope they are ready for finals. Any time you start pre-season training, you want to be thinking about finals. I don’t think you plan for anything but finals, I say that to the guys all the time.”

“You’ve got to be prepared to do the work and understand what it entails to play in a final in B-grade. We’ve looked at how we can get to that point. We are not content with finishing 5th.”

“There would be nothing better than to give these guys an experience like finals.”

We hope to see you at the footy. Go Jackas!

Seniors vs Old Scotch at Camberwell Sports Ground, Saturday April 9 @2pm, Reserves @11:40am
 
Thirds vs Old Carey, Sunday April 17, venue/time TBC
 
Under 19s vs Old Haileyburians at Princes Park Caulfield, Saturday April 9 @9:20am
 
Jackettes vs Bayswater at Bayswater Oval, Sunday April 17 @12pm
 
 

Aaron Fetter
AJAX Amateur Football Club
Media & Communications Manager 

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New-look Jackas topple Old Trinity

New-look Jackas topple Old Trinity


AJAX held off a strong Old Trinity outfit at Highett Reserve on Saturday, registering a 15.8 (98) to 13.8 (86) victory, entering the season proper with strong momentum and belief. 

Kicking with a four-to-five-goal wind, the Jackas made the most of their advantage, accumulating 11 scoring shots to four, taking a 27-point lead into quarter time. 

Adam Caplan's physicality and goal-sense was prominent with the utility banging through two goals in as many minutes. 

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The home side stormed back into the contest with a dominant seven-goal-to-two second term to hold a five-point lead at the main break. 

The game turned AJAX's way in the third, thanks to some David Fayman brilliance. The star forward wrought havoc around goals, kicking three for the quarter. Old Trinity showed their class and slick ball-movement late in the term, bridging the deficit to just seven points at the final break. 

 

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Old Trinity entered the fourth term with the wind advantage, however the Jackas adopted a defensive style of play that was inpenetrable-intercepting many of the opposition's forward thrusts. 

On the counter-attack, youngsters Justin Berkowitz and Zac Braun got themselves on the scoreboard, eventually securing a 12-point win.

David Fayman finished with four goals, while Josh Ludski floated forward to kick two. 

AJAX's new and revamped Media Department will be boundary side at every Senior game, all season, endeavouring to deliver unrivalled live match coverage via twitter (@ajax_footy) as well as a range of other club media interactions throughout the week (Stay tuned!) 



Coaches' Corner

AJAX Media caught up with some of the coaches after the weekend's results and asked them to review their team's performance. 

Reserves Coach Rob Paterson's Report:  

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"Saturday presented the Reserves side with the opportunity to measure themselves against an 'A Grade' club. When we ran the ball, supported each other and played to our game style we looked like we could complete well. This did however break down at times and our defensive run was not as good as it could have been.

Some poor goal-kicking and critical turnovers from opposition pressure meant we weren't as close on the scoreboard as we might have been. All up another good hit-out and a game which will help us prepare for round one against quality opposition."

Under -19s Coach Ash Shenker's Report:

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"The Under-19s continued to show positive signs in a stellar performance against Old Trinity. Despite key players missing through injury, the side put on immense pressure for four quarters and were damaging on the counterattack in an impressive win.

In the team's final hit-out before round one, it was fantastic to see so many players step up in the absence of others. Everyone has staked a claim to be picked for the season opener, suggesting that there will be great depth in the team on show throughout 2016."

Thirds Coach Daniel Slonim's Report: 


"We held an intra-club match on Sunday morning and it was pleasing to see 36 guys having a serious go. We tried eight new players and they all performed well. In particular, David Ellinghaus, Eli Solomon, Jonny Kaplan and ruckmen Yoni Steingiesser and Ben Meneham.

Others to impress were regulars such as Yossi Jedwab and Chaim Wellis-Stosser in defence while the Jones boys and Yehuda Gottlieb led from the front."

 


 Round 1 Matches 

Seniors vs Old Scotch at Camberwell Sports Ground, Saturday April 9 @2pm, Reserves @11:40am

Thirds vs Old Carey, Sunday April 17, venue/time TBC

Under 19s vs Old Haileyburians at Princes Park Caulfield, Saturday April 9 @9:20am

Jackettes vs Bayswater at Bayswater Oval, Sunday April 17 @12pm

 

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AJAX Amateur Football Club
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Junior Update

2020 Pre-Season Training Schedule (For February and March Only - subject to change)

Note: Training will take place at both Caulfield Park Oval 5 & 6 (Balaclava Rd, Caulfield), and Princes Park Oval 3 & 4 (Dover St, Caulfield South). 

U17s - Wednesdays, 5:15-6:30pm, Princes Park, Oval 3 - Commencing Feb 19th
U16s
- Wednesdays, 5:15-6:30pm, Princes Park, Oval 4 - Commencing Feb 5th
U15s - Thursdays, 6:45-8:00pm, Caulfield Park, Oval 6 - Commencing Feb 6th
U14s - Thursdays, 6:45-8:00pm, Caulfield Park, Oval 5 - Commencing Feb 20th
U13s - Wednesdays, 6:45-8:00pm, Princes Park, Oval 4 - Commencing Feb 26th
U12s - Thursdays, 6:45-8:00pm, Caulfield Park, Oval 6 - Commencing Feb 27th
U11s 
- Thursdays, 5:15-6:30pm, Caulfield Park, Oval 5 - Commencing Feb 20th
U10s 
- Thursdays, 5:15-6:30pm, Caulfield Park, Oval 6 - Commencing Mar 5th
U9s
- Wednesdays, 5:15-6:30pm, Princes Park, Oval 3 - Commencing Mar 4th
U8s - Thursdays, 5:15-6:30pm, Caulfield Park, Oval 5 - Commencing Mar 5th
Girls U16s - Thursdays, 6:45-8:00pm, Caulfield Park, Oval 5 - Commencing Feb 19th
Girls U14s - Thursdays, 6:45-8:00pm, Caulfield Park, Oval 5 - Commencing Feb 27th
Girls U12s - Wednesdays, 5:15-6:30pm, Princes Park, Oval 4 - Commencing Mar 4th

Junior Fixture - Round 2 - May 5

For the full round fixture details, click here.

2019 Leading Club Goal Kickers

(After Round Finals Week 3)

65-Gabe Jotkowitz (U15 Jets)
47-Harry Sheezel (U15 Comets)

46-Jude Goldfarb (U14 Jets)
43-Jonty Israel (U11 Stars)
38-Aden Katz (U16 Jets)
34-Mia Zielinski (U14 Comets & U16 Girls)
31-Brett Jacobs (U16 Comets)
30-Itai Alford (U12 Comets)
29-Tye Marabel-Whitburn (U14 Comets)
28-Jhett Haeata (U13 Comets)
21-Ethan Lakman (U12 Comets)
21-Nicholas Pike (U14 Comets)
20-Ruby Page (U12 Girls)
20-Jethro Gunn (U12 Comets)
20-Zak Jacobs (U15 Jets)
20-Tai Kavallero (U16 Comets)
20-Justin Vogel (U16 Comets)

Note: U8, U9 and U10 players are not listed as per league instructions.

Goal Kickers of the Week

Gabe Jotkowitz (U15 Jets) - 2 goals

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