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Weekly Program
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GNFL Round 19
Rovers vs Mullewa
Sinosteel Oval
Chapman Valley vs Towns Nabawa
Railways vs Northampton Recreation Ground
Brigades - Bye
This is a proud moment for all Indigenous footballers and supporters as we recognise
their contribution to the GNFL Competition.
This is a time to remember the contribution of Past Players,
Current Players and the Players of the Future.
It is a time to remember Past Champions, Medal Winners and Record Holders but
also a time to respect the ordinary player that is the back bone of every Club.
CLUB NOTES
Be a part of a very bright future for the Saints regardless of the
outcome on the field in 2012. It is our clubs 50th anniversary
MULLEWA
year in 2013…lets get this club flying so we can make last for
another 50 years.
The final round before the finals and today we are up against Go the Saints…Power…Pride…& Passion
Rovers who seem to be in fine touch at the moment. Last
weeks games were a bit of a wake up call for our players as
the Royals pushed and fought. A win the for the league but
not convincing considering that less than the 4 weeks ago we
CHAPMAN VALLEY
beat the Royals by over 200 points and kept them goaless.
The reserves by about the same and of course not the best In what was a massive and pleasant surprise for both the
prep for the colts as they had to under go another forfeit by league side and the supporters, one of the clubs favourite
Chapman Valley in the space of 3 weeks.
sons Kasey Green, former West Coast Eagle pulled on the
The indigenous round this week and the Mullewa Saints Have boots to help out the boys against Mullewa. The presence
nominated Ruthie Simpson. With three of her boys playing for of Kasey wearing the black and blue was obviously enough
the Saints and the effort she puts in around the club we think stimulus for our team to jump early and go in at quarter time
with a handy lead. The Saints realised that the 242 point
it is is a great opportunity to let her know we appreciate it.
We do have injuries going into finals and quite a few players win from 4 weeks previously was not going to be repeated
who’s commitment does not seem to be there. As we and they came out in the second quarter determined to even
the ledger. At half time there was nothing in it and we were
mentioned to the player group a couple of weeks ago you
hoping for a close result. To Mullewas credit they kept the
need to train to win flags and if you do not listen to us now
pressure on and steadily increased their half time lead for
you will find out the hard way.
the remainder of the game, running out comfortable winners.
I would like to thank all our volunteers this year for their However with such a major turn-around from the earlier
much needed help, without you I would have gone crazy. A round our team came into to the rooms at the end of the game
reminder that Wednesday the 5th of September at 7pm up at with heads held high and a bit of confidence that with the right
the recreation oval in Mullewa is the AGM for 2013. We would fitness levels and a positive attitude they could certainly be
appreciate if we could get as many people as possible up competitive.
to that as unlike previous years the football does not end in Our reserves side again missed out on the four points, but
October anymore.
that wasn’t due to a lack of endeavour, this group of guys,
There are many positions up for grabs, lots of fun events bolstered by the return of some of our past players has gone
and of course the main office bearers positions are wiped out every week regardless of numbers and given it their
clean and also up for grabs including the Presidents. Your best shot, and they have been a credit to the club for their
attendance will reflect your love for our club, so not attending commitment. Injuries continue to play a part in this season
shows lack of support for the Saints.
with Daniel Puglia leaving the field coughing up blood after
FOOTBALL HOUR
For Results, Teams and all the Talk
Turn on to The Spirit 98.1
Saturday mornings from 10-11am
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CLUB NOTES
game for our club. Hopefully the boys will put in a hard and
consistent effort, which is the way Watto has played all his
games. Good luck Watto and team.
Best players: Kasey Hasleby, Llewyn Connolly, Mitch Lang,
Nathan Watson. BP Award: Mitch Lang, IGA Best Man: Wes
Teakle
Don’t forget our windup on the 6th October. Make sure you
are all there to enjoy celebrating the end of the season.
Also congratulations to Kingsley Smith for making the league
squad at South Freo last week. Hopefully he will get a run in
the first 22 this week.
So for this week, good luck, go hard and go good. Rams!.
a heavy contact and Willy Connell also coming off with an
abdominal injury.
In spite of this the team is looking forward to challenging
Towns in the last game of the season this week at Nabawa.
The Chapman Valley wind up and Award presentation night
will be held on the 1st September at the Nabawa Club Rooms.
Tickets are available from Vanessa Gould and she can be
contacted on 0418216648 or [email protected], and
don’t forget the Special General Meeting scheduled for the
10th September at the Geraldton Tennis Club commencing
at 6pm. Come along and give us your input and maybe be a
part of the clubs future.
NORTHAMPTON
ROVERS
Well last week we played Rovers.
The colts lost what was a close game until the last 5 mins
or so when the opposition kicked away to win by 5 goals.
More time on the training track by more of the team may have
produced a different result. As it stands now the finals berth
is in jeopardy, so go hard this week boys.
Best players: Trent Simpson, Riley Craig, Shea Tomelty,
Brayden Smith.
The ressies had a very convincing win with some players
missing, hopefully the boys will all get on the training track
for the finals games coming up.
Best players: Craig Lucas, Kayle Cripps, Tom Fairley, Mario
Hill, Chad Fairley.
The league were beaten, but held their own in the last quarter
to fight the game out with pride. We play Railways this week,
the leagues last game for the year. It is also Watto’s 150th
Rovers welcome Mullewa to Sinosteel Midwest Oval for our
last home game of the year before we host next weeks 1st
semi finals. Currently it looks like both our league and colts
will be playing finals footy and representing our club next
week but the colts will need a strong showing today to make
sure of that.
Unfortunately the reserves wont make the 4 and today will
be their last match of 2012. In patches this year the team
has played really good footy but unfortunately are rarely
able to sustain it over four quarters. The players must be
congratulated on their efforts during the year and to a big
thanks to the colts that have played to ensure the ressies
have had a team. Also well done to Leigh Ninnis for his
efforts as coach. A few doubted Ninno at first, but he has
done a great job getting a team on the park every week and
getting a few wins for the club as well.
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CLUB NOTES
momentum heading into the finals and are still in the hunt for
2nd spot. Good luck to them today.
Last weeks saw a very entertaining colts game with our boys
managing to move into the four with a four goal win. This
puts them in the box seat for a finals berth but they need to
win today or they will be relying on other results. Well done to
Dylan Gill who played well and backed up with a great game
in his league debut later in the day.
The league match was one way traffic unfortunately with
Northampton crippled by injury. Our boys played well
working on things that hopefully will help them move deep
into September but credit must also go to Northampton
who never gave up despite the margin. Clint Bell and
Leigh Ninno had a forward partnership reminiscent of Billy
Brownless and Gary Ablett Snr as they piled on a combined
13 goals between them (Ninno clearly representing the larger
Brownless). Also thanks to Northampton for their hospitality
in allowing us to do our awards in their club after the game.
The awards were- 1. Clint Bell, 2. Justin Crudeli, 3. Clayton
Radcliffe, 4. Chris Cross.
Rovers 2012 Club Champion & Vote Count has been set
down for Saturday September 8th at the clubrooms. Last
years was a huge night and this years edition promises to
be even bigger. Tickets are available pre-sale only from Kylie
Crudeli and include a 3 course meal. Dress is semi-formal.
Well we have finally made it to the final round of the home
and away season. The colts have finished already, with
the forfeit of CV colts today. Hopefully the Reserves can
finish on a high note with a win today, although it may not
be enough to secure a finals place. The reserves have had
an incredible turn around this season, winning more games
this year than they have for many, and being competitive in
many of the games they lost. The League need to put in a
good performance today, following on from a win a couple
of weeks ago against Rovers. They will want forward
TOWNS
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RAFFLE - 1st prize Gas Pizza Oven & Stand, kindly donated
by Kleenheat Gashouse. 2nd prize $250 Coates Hire Voucher,
kindly donated by Coates Hire. Tickets $3:00 each, books
of 10 available to sell. Tickets available form Committee
members, players or over the bar. Drawn 07/09/12
MEMBERSHIP - Membership is now overdue. If you are a
player and haven’t paid your 2012 fees, please see Noles,
and remember that your fees go towards keeping the club
running and viable, and pays for all of your match day
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BEST PLAYERS - Colts: #4 Mick Capewell - Drennan
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Reserves: #4 Lync Robson - Geraldton Homes, #3 Joel
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League: #5 Shannon Gerardi - Higher Ground
Coaching, #4 Cody Shultz - Jim & Ruth Dryden, #3
Jackson Hunt - Joseph Radiators, #2 Stuart Gaby - Ian
Blayney, #1 Zac Middleton - Geraldton Freightlines
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or more goals in the GNFL’s 51 years, proof of how superb
that effort was and he is eighth in GNFL history for finals
goals. His best haul in a season was 106 in 1991, which also
made him leading goalkicker in the GNFL that year. Only six
men have kicked 100 goals or more in a season and Bedford
is one of only two players from Railways to have managed
that feat. Bedford was also leading goalkicker for Railways
another six times – in 1982, 1985, 1988, 1989, 1990 and
1992. Among his many career highlights was an eight-goal
haul against Mullewa in the winning 1985 grand final. That
was a special effort as the Blues completed a hat trick of
flags but in 1982, did it the hard way – from the first semi.
Railways won again from the first semi in 1985, and in three
finals games that year, Bedford landed a Railways record 15
goals including seven in the first semi against Northampton.
RAILWAYS
Last Sunday we were hosted by Brigades and the day was
not the most exciting as the results had little impact on the
ladder. Nevertheless, our Colts were pumped to play and had
a good day out with no injuries and our Colts leading goal
kicker for the season Jayden Crowe adding another 3 to his
total tally of 35 so far this season. Jayden has been selected
as Colts Captain for this indigenous round. Jayden is new to
our club this season and has been a pretty handy addition!
Well done Jayden!
Our Reserves had a very strong team going into the game
but unfortunately there were 3 serious injuries in the 4th
quarter. Nevertheless, they had a good win despite missing
the top goal kickers Beau Barndon and Laurie Bellottie who
were both unavailable to play. The ever-reliable Jamie Allen
(Bones) has had a good season with 16 solid goals in the
Reserves and he is our indigenous Reserves captain for the
day.
Our League side had a solid win and the goalkickers were
many. Corey Foot added another 3 goals to his tally and sits
on the GNFL goal kickers ladder in second spot with 65 so
far. Our indigenous League Captain for the day is Anthony
Jones who has had a solid season with 15 goals from his
own boot as well as being instrumental in numerous more.
In this indigenous round we honour past player John Bedford
who started playing for us 1981. Over the next 10 years
was famed for his strong marking and accurate kicking that
produced a Railways record 414 goals including 47 in finals,
another Railways record. In all he played 109 games for the
Blues and was named among the Best Players 20 times
including three times in finals. Only 10 men have kicked 400
Today the last game of the season we will welcome
Northampton to the Rec and it should be an action packed
day with a competitive Reserves game which should be a
good test for the boys. Hopefully there will be no injuries
during the powder puff game planned for 2pm before the
League game. This was a very popular game last time it was
played and it looks like it will become a regular feature when
we host Northampton and its good to see some girls out on
the field kicking the footy, girls can do it too!
Our League boys will play in special yellow jerseys
sponsored by Bank Of Queensland. After the game, these will
be auctioned off with all profits being donated to the Cancer
Council / Crawford Lodge. Last year was a huge success so
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The WASO ‘On the Road’ tour reaches people in regional
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A small group of musicians from WASO provided music
workshops to students in Geraldton and Carnarvon to give
them the opportunity to listen, observe and try out the
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Mitsubishi Corporation, Oakajee Port and Rail and CBH Group
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“At Oakajee Port and Rail, we’re delighted to support WASO
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WASO flute player Michael Waye, oboe player Elizabeth
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Oakajee Port and Rail is developing a world-class
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GNFL.com.au ROUND 18 RESULTS
RECREATION GROUND
SUNDAY 19TH AUGUST
MULLEWA OVAL
SUNDAY 19TH AUGUST
NORTHAMPTON OVAL
SUNDAY 19TH AUGUST
LEAGUE
LEAGUE
LEAGUE
RAILWAYS 5.2 9.7 16.8 22.14 146
BRIGADES 3.6 4.6 7.8 10.8 68
GOALS
RAILWAYS: A Sercombe 6, K Schofield
4, K Clarkson, C Foot 3, J Reynolds 2, A
Jones, D Bentley, L Murphy, S Scally
BRIGADES: L Jones 3, D Williamson 2, B
Hagan, P Mason, D Coulthard, C Quick,
A Gray
BEST
RAILWAYS: K Clarkson, A Sercombe, J
Reynolds, A Jones, K Schofield
BRIGADES: S Millett, D Williamson, P
Mason, A Gray, L Jones, J Klein
UMPIRES: Cohen, Forrester & Pratt
MULLEWA 2.0 11.4
C VALLEY 7.1 8.4
14.10 20.14 134
9.7 10.8 68
GOALS
MULLEWA: D Little 10, B Ryder 5, K
Papertalk 2, L Bell, Z Rogers, T Rowe
C VALLEY: T Scott, N Gray, T Page 2,
J Gales, L Speering, R Duckworth, A
Whitehead
BEST
MULLEWA: D Little, B Ryder, C Hamer, D
Wallam, T Papertalk
C VALLEY: R Duckworth, K Green, J
Gales, P Sorrenson, B Quade
UMPIRES: Giles, Klein & Williamson
RESERVES
RAILWAYS 2.6 6.8 9.9 11.11 77
BRIGADES 2.2 3.5 7.5 8.5
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GOALS
RAILWAYS: D Wallace 4, A Walker 2,
M Wilson, B Jones, J Allen, B Collins,
J Clairs
BRIGADES: C Harrington 3, D Williamson
2, A Dooler, S Harrison, H McCartney
BEST
RAILWAYS: D Wallace, M Adams, J Allen
BRIGADES: H McCartney, J Hagan, D
Williamson, C Harrington, B Vagg
UMPIRES: Bennett, Forrester & Sutherland
9.7 19.11 27.20 32.26 218
2.0 4.3 5.4 10.6 66
GOALS
ROVERS: C Bell 9, L Ninnis 4, T
Sutton, C Cross 3, B Saul, J Crudeli, R
Birtwistle, T Cross, R Mourambine 2, C
Crudeli, N Mourambine, C Radcliffe
NORTHAMPTON: W Teakle 5, E Collard
2, M Lang, W Symes
BEST
ROVERS: C Radcliffe, C Bell, J Crudeli, C
Cross, G Hackett
NORTHAMPTON: L Connolly, M Lang, W
Teakle, W Woodley, K Hasleby
UMPIRES: Brice, Clarkson & Stevens
RESERVES
NPTON
ROVERS
RESERVES
MULLEWA 6.2 9.4
C VALLEY 1.0 1.0
10.7 16.9 105
2.1 2.1
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MULLEWA: T Mourish 6, M Comeagain, Q
Simpson 3, Ce. Comeagain, P Hill 2
C VALLEY: J McAlpine, R Bartlett
BEST
MULLEWA: S Carnamah, J Comeagain, T
Mourish, Ce. Comeagain, G Mourish
C VALLEY: A Joss, G Little, T Pawelski, G
Nobilo, M Smith
COLTS
RAILWAYS 4.2 6.5 11.5 14.7 91
BRIGADES 2.1 2.3 4.5 5.6
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GOALS
RAILWAYS: M McKenzie 4, J Crowe 3, T
Iredell 2, M Nelmes, D Wright, M Wheeler, J
Thomas, K Tunbridge
BRIGADES: H Dawson 2, R McCartney, Joel
Patrick, D Coulthard
BEST
RAILWAYS: J Crowe, T McAuliffe, R Horton,
K Dixon, B O’Brien
BRIGADES: J Klein, D Coulthard, J Wallace,
F Daly, J McAskill
UMPIRES: Bennett, Cohen & Sutherland
ROVERS
NPTON
7.4 11.7
0.0 0.1
17.9 25.13 163
1.1 1.1
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GOALS
NORTHAMPTON: C Lucas 6, K Cripps
5, T Fairley 4, T Simpson 3, K Cragan, G
Hamlett 2, T Flanagan, C Fairley, M Hill
ROVERS: Not Supplied
BEST
NORTHAMPTON: C Lucas, K Cripps, T
Fairley, M Hill
ROVERS: Not Supplied
UMPIRES: Cox, Starling & Walton
COLTS
UMPIRES: Finlay, Horobin & Williamson
ROVERS
NPTON
COLTS
GOALS
ROVERS: M Renwick 4, T Sutton 3, B
Wright, B Prunster, J Patten, S Hatch
NORTHAMPTON: B Smith 3, T Simpson, R
Craig, J Williams
MULLEWA DEFEATED CHAPMAN
VALLEY BY FORFEIT
1.0 4.3
2.2 2.2
6.6
5.3
11.9
6.7
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BEST
ROVERS: B Wright, Z Rogers, B Prunster, S
Smythe, J Maluish
NPTON: T Simpson, R Craig, S Tomelty,
B Smith
UMPIRES: Cooper, Cox & Starling
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Vossy’s Voice
the sports shed panellist Leanne Voss
Goal kicking is a skill that has made little improvement in the history of the game. We see this weekly at our local
GNFL games and the AFL televised games. Whichever way you analyse it, football matches are won by teams who best
maximise their opportunities. Game plans, zones, floods and forward presses are all thrown out the window if players,
and particularly forwards, fail to execute their shots at goal.
What can be done about this???
Brian Taylor, a century goal kicker and former set-shot specialist coach at Collingwood, said a lack of meaningful practice
was the major reason for the slide. Taylor said problems began at junior level, where coaches too often ignored the art.
“That’s an issue, because that’s when you formulate the basis of any skill and
it was also an issue at the elite level, where conditioning coaches closely monitored training load and often deterred
players from taking too many shots,” Taylor stated.
A new craze we’ve seen with set shots has been the emergence of the snap around the body or check side kick. Some
players such as Steve Johnson have used it for the right reasons where they have perfected it through numerous hours on
the training track to improve their goal kicking percentage. Another craze we’ve seen is players running into an open goal
and kicking it along the ground instead of in the air - much to the horror of past players. It remains to be seen whether
both of these crazes will improve goal kicking percentages.
What it does show is that players understand they’re not improving and are trying new techniques to get better. But unless
they commit a whole summer and make it a priority, coaches will still punch desks, remote controls will be thrown at TVs
and players will continue to battle the yips.
It would take a gutsy coach to be the leader in this field as it is with anyone who implements a whole new strategy to
their game. But it could be the difference between winning and losing the flag in September and that’s how coaches are
ultimately judged.
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PLAYER PROFILE
If you could draft a player from any other GNFL
team who would it be? John Causer because he is
solid!
Most annoying team mate and why: Llewyn
because he doesnt talk enough and he is too
responsible (old man)
Favourite team mate and why: bluey because he
has red hair.
Favourite Quote: I have many leather bound books
and my apartment smells of rich mahogany.
Best pick-up line you have ever heard or used?
Have you ever finished a rubic cube?
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David Little
Cory Foot
Clinton Bell
Alan Headland
Dale Williamson
Jeff Smith
Dale Wallam
Glynn Verbruggen
MULLEWA
RAILWAYS
ROVERS
TOWNS
BRIGADES
RAILWAYS
MULLEWA
NORTHAMPTON
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48
39
35
33
32
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NORTHAMPTON
BRIGADES
RAILWAYS
BRIGADES
MULLEWA
MULLEWA
40
22
22
21
20
20
BRIGADES
ROVERS
RAILWAYS
RAILWAYS
TOWNS
BRIGADES
42
38
35
30
26
23
MATCH OF
THE DAY
RESERVES
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Linton Merry
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Mitch McKenzie
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Ethan Merry
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Under 16s
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Railways Blue 13.14.92 defeated Dongara 6.5.41
Chapman Valley 15.4.94 defeated Northampton 5.10.40
Rovers 22.11.143 defeated St Pats 10.4.64
Railways White 13.17.95 defeated Brigades 4.3.27
Dongara White 12.16.88 defeated Railways Blue 5.5.35
Dongara Blue 23.18.156 defeated Towns 1.2.8
Chapman Valley 14.8.92 defeated Northampton 7.5.47
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Tue
Wed
Thu
Fri
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5:15pm
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7:00am
8:10am
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4:00pm
5:00pm
4:00pm
5:10pm
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6:00pm
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7:50pm
6:50pm
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Here’s an interesting question for the readers.
Why would you become an Umpire ?
There may be a lot of interesting answers but I’m sure they don’t include so I can be abused
every weekend. Or so I can go to the footy and run around in the middle and wreck the game.
Without the Umpires you don’t have a game. The retention of Umpires is incredibly hard and
I’m sure in the past 50 years of GNFL Footy there has been times when Clubs have had to
supply their own Umpires for either Colts, Reserves or League. You only need to talk a look
at some of the other Country Leagues where they have to supply their own to see how that
works, but this league will soon be in the same position as Umpires continue to leave to go
Fishing or play golf or enjoy their weekends with out getting personally abused.
So unless you are prepared to pick up a whistle and have a go……just have a think about
what you are going to say. It’s not that we can’t handle the moans and groans of your thought
of our decision.
Indigenous Round this weekend and the Umpires have the honour of presenting a pair of
boots to the best player for each league game.
Last Round of normal footy this weekend and then into the finals, there were a few comments
regarding the waterboys from the weekend regarding coaching and failing to leave the ground.
Be warned this will incur a free kick.
If you are interested in becoming an Umpire [maybe next year] please speak to one of the
GNFL Umpires I’m sure that they would love to have a few more new faces on board
Have a great weekend at the footy and enjoy yourself and the game and remember
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RESERVES 12.30PM
COLTS COMP 10.30AM
ROVERS
Coach: Daniel Tyler
1. Tim Lendik
2. Zac Rodgers
3. Byron Wright
5. Liam Ryan
6. Ricky Duncan
7. Rhys Lane
8. Isaac Shiosaki
9. Bailey Spowart
10. Shane Hatch
11. Ryan Prunster
12. Dillon Gill
13. Morgan McAuliffe
14. David Bradley
15. Adrian Preston
16. Ryan Mourambine
17. Tannah Pratt
18. Blake Prunster
19. Troy Wilkes
20. Liam Gough
21. Michael Renwick
22. Lawrence Victor
23. Phillip Roberts
25. Evan Pache
57. Aaron Ryder
58. Nathaniel
Mourambine
MULLEWA
Coach: Steven Jacobs
1 M.Papertalk
2 M.Comeagain
3 Z.Bell
5 T.Rowe
6 L.Young
7 K.Hill
8 T.Pearce
9 S.Jacobs Jnr
10 S.Egan
11 D.Schwartz
12 B.Schwartz
16 S.Kelly
19 K.Crudeli
21 T.Ryder
23 J.Callow
24 T.Flannagan
25 Royce.Merry
27 J.Comeagain
28 N.Simpson
30 R.Ryder
B.Jenkins
ROVERS
MULLEWA
Coach: Leigh Ninnis
25. Trent Potter
27. Revis Alone
36. Darren Ryan
37. Braiden Saul
38. Josh Joseph
39. Willie Harvey
40. Jerome Councillor
41. Shaun McPherson
42. Michael Seelander
43. Kevin Seelander
44. Lyle Morambine
45. Anthony Walley
46. Leigh Ninnis
47. Mark Ninnis
48. Alec Johnson
49. Hayden Comben
50. Jake Drage
51. Phillip Quartermaine
52. Stephen Reynolds
53. Derrick Cameron
54. Colin Campbell
55. Graeme Pearce
57. Zain Maw
59. Cameron Hall (c)
60. Jasper Tucker
Dale Ibbitson
Coach: Blair Comegain
C.Comeagain
2 B.Bandy
3 R.Merritt
T.Harvey
10 M.Papertalk
13 C.Merry
15 T.Rowe
16 J.Tovey
18 Q.Simpson
19 J.Rogers
R.Egan
21 J. Robinson
24 K.Farrell
25 B.Comeagain
26 J.Layton
27 L.Merry
28 J.Cotrell
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ROVERS
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Coach: Revis Ryder
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2. Corey Smith VC
3. Brodie Smith
4. Trevel Cross
5. Jeff Meekin
6. Chad Crudeli
7. Justin Crudeli
8. Tyler Sutton
9. Kris Herbert
10. Paul Craig
11. Daniel Starling
12. Harley Thorpe
13. Chris Cross (Capt)
14. Clayton Radcliffe
15. Daniel Barnard
16. Trevor Parfitt
17. Braiden Saul
18. Clinton Bell
19. Jake Patten
20. Jamie Campbell
21. Chris Smith
22. Ryan Birtwistle
23. John Spence
24. Karl Zis
26. Clayton Dann
25. Trent Potter
28. Jason Wall
29. Nathaniel Mourambine
30. Rohan Mourambine
31. Glen Hackett
32. Geoff Ferguson
33. Rodney Reynolds
34.Byron Wright
35. Mitch McAuliffe
1 D.Little
2 D.Wallam
3 P.Curley
5 K.Papertalk
6 B.Ryder
7 L.Papertalk (Capt)
15 K.Dingo
11 J.Anderson
10 T.Taylor
L.Bell
18 J.Papertalk
19 J.Comeagain
20 B.Mongoo
S.Maher
22 I.Simpson
23 S.Carnamah
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27 C.Mow
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COLTS COMP 10.30AM
CHAPMAN VALLEY
REGRETTABLY ARE UNABLE
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THE REMAINDER OF THE 2012
GNFL SEASON DUE TO LACK
OF NUMBERS
TOWNS
Coach: Alan Headland
1. Wesley DalgetyDickerson
3. Henry Archer
4. Tristan Simpson
5. Ash GreenHeadland
8. Nathaniel Clinch
9. Carl Green (Capt)
10. Dale Dalgety
11. Trevor Franklin
12. John Rutherford
14. Declan Parsons
15. Jaden Mitchell
16. Mason Cullen
17. Alex Dodd
18. Elijah Colliver
19. Daniel Yarran
25. Roy Miller
28. Brodie Farrell
29. Michael Capewell
30. Quaine Ryder
CHAPMAN VALLEY
TOWNS
Coach: Jason Burke
K.Winter
A.Randall
A.Paradella
M.Corbett
M.Wright
C.Scott
L.George
E.Collard
Z.Hylund
T.Pawelski
G.Little
G.Nobilo
B.Hipper
D.Middleton
A.Joss
S.Miller
J.Adams
J.Macdonald
M.Farrell
B.McMillan
J.Smith
A.Smith
Coach: Shayne Bidwell
8 Shayne Bidwell
9 Jake Williams
10 Ben Totino
11 Matt Whitby
13 Geoff Hancock
14 Jonathon Taylor
15 Harry Cross
16 Rick Marianna
17 Michael Unbehaun
18 Hoani Paku
19 Scott Hison
20 Jeremy Mitchell
21 Luke Austin
22 Nathan Whitehurst
24 Lync Robson
25 David Jones (Capt)
26 Michael Capewell
27 Cam Davies
28 Kim Farrell
29 Justin Mallard
30 Lucas Horwood
53 Rob Gerardi
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TOWNS
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Coach: Ian Taylor
1 Jake Hipper
3 Sam Miller
5 Ashley Whitehead
6 Nathan Gray
7 Zade Connell
8 Kaleb Warry
9 Troy Scott (Capt)
10 Levi Thorne
11 Sam Royce
12 Luke Foster
13 Jim Gales
14 Michael King
15 Garry Scott
16 Levi Valenti
18 Paul Sorensen
20 Adam Dehring
21 Daniel Puglia
22 Bernie Quade
25 Adrian Bartlett
26 Jeremy Brooks
27 Laurie Wills
29 Mark Houston
30 Tom Page
51 Regan Duckworth
1 Kayne Little
2 Cody Schults
3 Dylan Whitby-Taylor
4 Tristan Simpson
5 Ashley Green-Headland
6 Stuart Gaby
7 Chris Gutierrez
8 Ben Clune
9 Jack Martin
10 Jordan Ugle
11 Zac Middleton
12 Liam Carlyon
13 Josh Mills
14 Cobber Headland
15 Willy Thorne
17 Rhys Knight
18 Rohan Farris
19 Brad Muir
20 Brad Carlyon
21 Greg Cross
22 Declan Parsons
23 Corey Dickerson (Capt)
24 Nathan Dwyer
25 Jackson Hunt
26 Jarryd Kyanga
28 Wayne Bonney
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1 Tim McAuliffe (C)
2 Jesse Adamini
3 Matt Wheeler
4 Kurt Tunbridge
5 Shaun Miller (VC)
6 Ben O’Brien
7 Steve Ahearn
8 Dylan Wright
9 Ryan Horton
10 Boyd Keyser
11 Joshua Thomas
12 Khardel Dixon
13 Murphy Kerr
14 Michael Nelmes
15 Jordan Williamson
16 Dylan Gray
NORTHAMPTON
Coach: Kayle Cripps
1 GREEN Taylor
2 TOMELTY Grady
3 WILLIAMS Jamie
4 SIMPSON Trent
5 CLIFTON Perry V/C
6 ATKINSON Paul V/C
7 PURCELL Cody
8 WALSH Jack
10 BOOTH Joel
11 ADDISON Connor C
12 WAITE William
13 MOURAMBINE Owen
14 WOODCOCK Jarrad
16 FORRESTER Fenn
17 TOMELTY Shea
18 BUTCHER Taen
19 BUTCHER Zanden
RAILWAYS
17 Callum Blayney
18 Daniel Simpson
19 Travis Wilkins
20 Mitchell McKenzie
21 Cooper Donaldson
22 Ben Patrick
23 Jayden Crowe
24 Mathew Kowald
25 Jack Riley
26 Cameron Rice
27 Sam Scally
28 Kim Schofield
29 Tom Iredell
30 Patrick Butler
20 ROBINS Bryce
22 TAIT Lefroy
23 MALLARD Charles
24 SMITH Brayden
25 COMEAGAIN Dougy
MALLARD Jay
HIGBEE Thomas
DRAGE Tyson
HASLEBY Josh
HYDE Jarrod
JUPP Lewis
MOURAMBINE Kane
Coach: Illia Battistessia
2 Ben Collins
3 Travis Normington (Capt)
4 Adam Symington
5 Frazer Watson
6 Craig Vinci
7 Byron Jones
8 Brendon Harrington
9 Matt Wilson
10 Haydn Doyle
11 Matt Adams
11 Shaun McCrory
12 Tom Wheeler
13 Nathan McDougall
14 Jamie Allen
15 Jake Claires
16 Andy Hampton
17 Blake Rounsevell
18 Lewis Peacock
19 Ashley Walker
20 Brenton Wynne
21 Dave Wallace
22 Jon Causer
24 Chad Hewitt
25 Arlo Ireland (VC)
26 Laurence Bellotti
29 Brendan Bellotti
30 Beau Barndon
Ben Amphlett
Adrian Conway
Ben Doncon
Shannon Dunn
Jarred Francheschi
Kris McArthur
Cameron McDonald
Dayan McSwain
Jay Palmer
Euan Richie
Chris Vidich
Tyler Williams
NORTHAMPTON
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1 ATKINSON Brad
2 FAIRLEY Tom
3 PICKETT Jesse
3 REYNOLDS Bradley
4 HILL Mario
5 FAIRLEY Chad V/C
6 LUCAS Craig
7 CORBETT Rodney
8 REYNOLDS Cameron
9 SMITH Chad
10 LANG Ben
11 HASLEBY Damien
12 PRICE Adam C
13 LANG Mitch
15 CRAGAN Jamie
16 HAMLETT Gordon
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18 CRIPPS Kayle
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1 Craig Vinci
2 Kim Schofield
3 Anthony Jones (Capt)
4 Dylan Bentley
5 Nathan Tubby
7 Taylor Courtland
8 Kris Clarkeson (VC)
9 Tim McAuliffe
10 Kyle Watts
11 Jamie Huggins
12 Jeff Smith
13 Jesse Moore
14 Ashton Crudelli
15 John Reynolds
16 Jack Riley
17 Luke Murphy
19 Lindsay Holly
20 Tom Iredell
21 Sam Scally
22 Brendon Moir
23 Dillon Prater
24 Cory Foot
25 Dave Kelly
27 Frazer Watson
28 Ben Amphlett
Callum Blayney
Matt Moir
Lewis Peacock
Antony Sercombe
Blair Walkington
1 WATSON Nathan V/C
2 TOMELTY Grady
3 REYNOLDS Brad
4 CONNOLLY Llewyn
5 SYMES Wade
6 SUCKLING Tren
7 BUTCHER Zanden
8 THORNE Dylan
9 WOODLEY Wade
10 HASLEBY Kasey
11 COLLARD Ethan (Capt)
12 SHANKS Ben
13 JOHNSON Cameron
14 CRIPPS Ethan
15 SMITH Tyrone
16 WOODCOCK Nathan
17 MAVER Kristen
19 COOMEY Alan
21 TEAKLE Daryl
22 CRAIG Riley
23 CRIPPS Andrew
24 WINGO Wes
32 DHU Keith
MALLARD Charles
ADDISON Connor
ATKINSON Brad
ATKINSON Paul
BOX Lindsay
BUTCHER Taen
CLIFTON Perry
FOSTER Ben
HOLMES Cameron
HILL Mario
LANG Mitch
FOSTER Adam
LUCAS Craig
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2012
LADDER
CARLTON DRAUGHT TABLE AT END OF ROUND EIGHTEEN 2012 SEASON
LEAGUE
P
Railways
15
Mullewa
15
Towns
15
Rovers
15
Brigades
16
Northampton
15
Chapman Valley 15
W
13
12
11
7
5
3
2
L
2
3
4
8
11
12
13
D
-
FOR
2,022
2,057
2,013
1,569
1,489
1,077
966
AG
1,025
1,080
1,160
1,406
1,839
2,416
2,266
%
197.27%
190.46%
173.53%
111.59%
80.97%
44.58%
42.63%
PTS
52
48
44
28
20
12
8
P
15
15
15
16
15
15
15
W
13
13
9
8
6
4
-
L
2
2
6
8
9
11
15
D
-
FOR
1,388
1,301
1,268
1,067
813
583
325
AG
472
552
698
843
1,213
1,357
1,647
%
294.07%
235.69%
181.66%
126.57%
67.02%
42.96%
19.73%
PTS
52
52
36
32
24
16
-
P
Brigades
16
Railways
15
Mullewa
15
Rovers
15
Northampton
15
Towns
15
Chapman Valley 15
W
14
13
7
7
7
5
-
L
2
2
8
8
8
10
15
D
-
FOR
1,644
1,801
1,104
921
843
915
116
AG
584
388
844
1,216
1,122
1,096
2,279
%
281.51%
464.18%
130.81%
75.74%
75.13%
83.49%
5.09%
PTS
56
52
28
28
28
20
-
RESERVES
Northampton
Railways
Mullewa
Brigades
Towns
Rovers
Chapman Valley
COLTS
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Building on a great partnership, OPR is once
again pleased to sign on as the Gold Sponsor
for the Great Northern Football League’s
2012 season.
It’s the fifth year OPR has sponsored the local
competition, sharing the league’s vision of growing the
game and reclaiming their Country Week A-Section title
in July.
In recognition of the role Indigenous players are
making to the league, OPR also supports monthly
Indigenous player profiles in the GNFL Football
Budget.
OPR is developing a deepwater port
north of Geraldton, connected by
570km of heavy haul rail to the
region’s emerging iron ore mines.
For more information, please call
Perth (08) 9486 0777
Geraldton (08) 9964 7698
www.opandr.com
Oakajee Port and Rail Pty Ltd | ABN 117 240 007
OPR is wholly owned by Mitsubishi Development Pty Ltd.
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Includes house and land, sitecosts, fencing,
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*Cost based on standard Bankwest 6.55% variable rate, 30yr home loan and total package cost of $317,000.
^Cost based on standard Bankwest 6.55% variable rate, 30yr home loan and total package cost of $357,000.
your local builder proud sponsor of the great northern football league
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