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  • Girls Year 3 & 4
    Round 1 | Girls Year 3 & 4 V
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  • Girls Year 5 & 6
    Round 1 | Girls Years 5 & 6 V
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  • Girls Year 7 & 8
    Round 9 | Girls Year 7 & 8 (00.00.00) V (00.00.00)
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  • Year 3
    Round 1 | Kingsley Year 3 Bobcats V
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    Round 7 | Kingsley Year 3 Cats V Carine cats
    Best Players Goal Kickers
    Tom Laver
    Joey Downey
    Campbell McGregor
    Coaches Comments

    A tough competition, well played being determined.

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    Round 4 | Kingsley Year 3 Leopards V Sorrento
    Best Players Goal Kickers
    Tommy
    Max
    James
    Joel
    Joel
    Coaches Comments

    Kids started really well, but just couldnt sustain the pressure.
    Some very good signs, and we are all improving week by week. Keep on trucking kids.

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    Round 14 | Kingsley Year 3 Lions V Stirling Red
    Best Players Goal Kickers
    Louis Von Bergheim
    Hayden Francis
    Zach Richardson
    Rhys Wheadon
    Luca Orifici
    Zach Richardson
    Leon Martino
    Luca Orifici
    Louis Von Bergheim
    Coaches Comments

    Great effort today by the kids

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    Round 11 | Kingsley Year 3 Tigers V Carine Pumas
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    James Pizzey
    Wesley Kogioupolos
    Coaches Comments

    Another great game from all our players today. It is really pleasing to see all our players contributing to the game each week, we don’t play well with only a few players contributing, we play great football when we have all our players on board. Last week and today were shining examples of this.
    It is great to see some of our weekly training making its way into our game play. Players have been taking on board what we have practiced or discussed which is a real highlight.
    Well done again this week Tigers!

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  • Year 4
    Round 3 | Kingsley Year 4 Cats V Carine Cougars
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    Round 14 | Kingsley Year 4 Leopards V Carine pumas
    Best Players Goal Kickers
    George
    Evan
    Luke.s
    Jack
    Daniel
    Logan
    Zander
    Noah
    Aiden 3
    Jack 2
    George 2
    Tom 1
    Noah 1
    Jaylen 1
    Coaches Comments

    Today we faced a new opponent , the Carine pumas. The weather was perfect & the team’s objective was to get a good start & the boys did it perfectly,with some great goals kicked into the breeze. The second quarter the ball spent most of the time in our forward line , with the most impressive thing was the boys down back held there positions & kept pumping it back in whenever it did come down there end.
    To carines credit the second half was very even but the highlight for us was a couple of end to end plays without Carine touching the ball. Very impressive game
    Well done

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    Round 11 | Kingsley Year 4 Lions V Sorrento Duncraig Lions
    Best Players Goal Kickers
    Jake Smith
    Blair
    James
    Xavier
    Daniel
    Ben
    Brayden
    Brayden - 3
    James - 2
    Coaches Comments

    A tough game today, against a well organised and coached team in the Sorrento Duncraig Lions.
    Our boys were shell shocked in the first quarter after a number of goals went against them. But true to form they responded through some great on field leadership and excellent effort shown by all.
    A terrific third quarter had the crowd on their feet, but unfortunately they couldn't carry it into the fourth quarter. Despite this the boys didn't give up and played out the game to the end.
    There was lots of really pleasing team play throughout the game, as well as a number of second, third and sometimes fourth efforts around the contest.

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    Round 1 | Kingsley Year 4 Tigers V
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  • Year 5
    Round 11 | Kingsley Year 5 Cats V Carine
    Best Players Goal Kickers
    Harry
    Jackson Miller
    Hayden
    Jason
    Hayden
    Lewis
    Jackson M
    Coaches Comments

    Coaches Review Rd 11 Vs Carine
    We started a couple down with Alex crook, Eli away and Jackson missing some essentials. Carine were 2 short which meant we lent a player to even up 14 v 14.
    The game started spritely for the Cats and we had control early with some great break away clearances from Jamie the Bolt. Great passage of play where Jacko found Jason who converted. Jason went on to kick a second goal giving us a great start.
    Then came probably the worse coaching move since John Worsfold let 1 jnr Abblet do as he pleased for Geelong against west coast and leave him unmarked for the whole game to collect 50 possessions. Jason changed jumpers, we went to a 5 manned defence and well Jason in game spirit evened the contest by kicking 2 for Carine. Kingsley started to go back to old habits taking on the tackling looking to kick as first options and turned the ball over. Our defence was under siege and if it wasn’t for Hayden who backed himself to win the ball and clear it 3 or 4 times we could of been further behind. Jacko copped a knock to the head and came to the bench.
    2nd half started and Harry the contested possession monster really showed determination, the contest really stepped up and became quite physical. Will was battling 5 at a time like King Kong and had to come off after being scratched after looked like he had been attacked by some walkers.
    3rd Qtr speech was accompanied by some boys feeling the pinch after some rough conduct from the opposition, we had a great opportunity you show some grit for a hard fought win. Coach needs to work on his inspirational speeches as it was clearly weak. Massive credit to all the boys though in particular those who were hurt went back into the contest and tried their best. Jason went onto the ball and was fighting hard. Cavas was courageous picking the ball up trying to find a teammate. Eddy took a crucial mark midfield to stop caring going forward. Carine kicked a couple of goals and looked home. Hayden scored a late goal and gave us a chance however we didn’t have enough good ball movement and fell short. 😢
    Thank you to Belinda Fitzpatrick and Hamish Borthen who have addressed the issues we had with the team regarding the attitude towards inappropriate physical contact and applauding. Also incident late in the game. Jason needs to be congratulated on how he handled both Mark and myself talk, it shows maturity. It’s a physical game we play within the rules and play hard for the ball. We can’t control what the opposition does but we can about how we approach the game and play.
    Apologies I didn’t take too many notes so missed a few passages no doubt. See you at training

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    Round 14 | Kingsley Year 5 Leopards V Sorrento Duncraig Dolphins
    Best Players Goal Kickers
    Joshua Detata
    Riley Hay
    Joshua Hunt
    Jack Hewitt
    Alex Puca
    Joshua Detata x 2
    Jack Hewitt x 2
    Coaches Comments

    A perfect day weather wise for footy.
    the game was a classic case of 2 halves of footy. We controlled the first half with some really good clearance work and some quick ball movement and Sorrento controlled the second half.
    There was only 1 point in it at three quarter time and unfortunatley Sorrento kicked 3 goals late in the space of a 5 minute burst to break the game open. Our boys gave it their all up until the final siren. Good job boys.
    See you all next week for the last game of the season.

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    Round 14 | Kingsley Year 5 Lions V Carine Cats
    Best Players Goal Kickers
    Best Player : Antonio
    Team Award : Zayne
    Coach's Award : Riley
    Luca B - 3
    Riley - 2
    Mason - 2
    Jayden - 1
    Logan - 1
    Coaches Comments

    In perfect footy conditions the Lions travelled to Carine this weekend and started the game very well. Some great centre clearances from Tony Franchina saw the ball moved forward more often than not and the forwards were able to capitalise with several quick scores. In what became a strong physical contest I was proud of how the boys answered the challenge and kept their heads throughout the game. Our defence was on song with Hayden Morris, Jett Morrow and Lachy Swinbourne ensuring that the Carine side could not penetrate easily. Zayne May had the ball on a string and cut through the opposition with speed and skill to push the ball forward over and over. Riley Lancaster-Smith was a dominant key forward and was ably assisted by Mason Lyons and Luca Boscar who both chipped in with a couple of majors each. Overall I was an extremely happy coach today to see how the boys worked hard, used the ball and ran all day with no bench. Well done today lads. See you all next week for the final game of the season - there has definitely been some improvement towards the back end of the year.

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    Round 14 | Kinsley Year 5 Tigers V Kingsley Cats
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    This week had the last derby at home where we again mixed up the teams. The contest was even with some great skills on display. Both teams clicked really well with great ball movement and alot of unselfish play sharing the ball around. Contests at the ball were impressive and tackling pressure was another highlight. The later part of the season has really seen the boys develop and gel together with a good focus on getting hold of the footy. Well done boys

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  • Year 6
    Round 13 | Kingsley Year 6 Cats V Sorrento Duncraig lions
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    Round 12 | Kingsley Year 6 Lions V Stirling Saints
    Best Players Goal Kickers
    Mitchell Perry
    Khi Firebrace
    Denver Antulov
    Noah Edmunds
    Mitchell Perry x3
    Denver Antulov x2
    Sam Angell
    James Neal
    Coaches Comments

    The Saints came to play football today but our boys were ready. With a slow start in freezing and muddy conditions they started to get to the ball first and then the intensity picked up. There was some good marks and strong tackles that were rewarded with goals, however some dropped marks cost us goals too. The boys run out of steam in the last quarter with the run stopping but they managed to grind it out and sing the song in the end.

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  • Year 7
    Round 4 | Kingsley Year 7 Cats (20.20.140) V Balga bombers (02.00.12)
    Best Players Goal Kickers
    Good all round
    Henry
    Tyler
    Coaches Comments

    All round performance

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    Round 14 | Kingsley Year 7 Lions (18.11.119) V North Beach Year 7 (03.07.25)
    Best Players Goal Kickers
    A. McGhie
    J. Dunn
    J. Goodwin
    T. Stewart
    J. Franchina
    A. Drewett - 7 goals
    M. Moss - 2 goals
    J. Franchina - 2 goals
    A. Chapman - 1 goal
    B. Brown - 1 goal
    H. Newbury - 1 goal
    J. Dunn - 1 goal
    J. Young - 1 goal
    J. Timbrell - 1 goal
    K. Verdy - 1 goal
    Coaches Comments

    Lions took on an undermanned North Beach team today in what turned out to be the warmest conditions we’ve faced this season.
    We were down on numbers but got off to an exciting start kicking 8.3 to nothing in the first quarter. With the game in control we threw around the magnets on the board and got some good drive out the middle from Marek, Pat, Hunter, Max, Jordan and Josh. Great tackling pressure from Jackson, Ty, Alex and Joel saw those boys play a big part.
    Thanks for all the boys in the way they embraced the moves and was pleasing to see the boys share the footy around which ultimately led to a 90+ point win

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  • Year 8
  • Year 9
    Round 4 | Kingsley Year 9 Cats (05.07.37) V Quinns Lightning (12.10.82)
    Best Players Goal Kickers
    Alex Sedlarcuk
    Kylan Gilmore
    Trent Foote
    Sam Spyvee - 1
    Cameron Carr - 1
    Rueben Maishmann -1
    Ayden Nolan - 1
    Harry Burt - 1
    Coaches Comments

    The team were faced with a tough test today against the top of the table Quinn's Lightning with a win required to keep a finals position alive. A great start by the boys gave us a quarter time lead. Numerous good passages of play rebounding off half back with Kylan Gillmore and Jack Prideaux providing plenty of drive, followed up by good use of foot skills to hit targets up the ground. Our midfield, led by Trent Foote in the ruck and Alex Sedlarczuk (our best player) provided many forward opportunties which resulted in a couple of goals. However the margin could have been better with a couple of missed opportunities close to goal costing us.
    The opposition started the 2nd term well and outscored us by a few goals as the warm conditions and a number of injury concerns to Harrison Burt, Kaleb Duncan, Jack Spencer and Sam Bartlett kept the interchange rotations busy and unsettled some of our matchups. Sam Spyvee, Cameron Carr, Ben Chaseling and Sam Holmes had plenty of touches but our forward entries were rushed which limited our impact to capitalize on the opportunities and many attacking thrusts were repelled as we weren't able to hit our forward targets.
    The 3rd quarter followed a similar path to the 2nd quarter with the opposition converting there forward opportunities. A commanding 3/4 time lead left the team with a big challenge and at the break the coaches asked the boys to dig deep and win the final term and be proud of their efforts.
    A few late tackles got the boys fired up and it was great to see the boys supporting their team mates as it got a little willing. The boys responded by kicking a number of goals and restricting the top team to a single goal in the final quarter.
    Although the scoreboard showed a victory to the opposition, the team won the opening and final quarters. With similar forward entries, the area that impacted us was our quality of entries and the ability to finish off the good work on the scoreboard.
    A very encouraging performance by the team against good opposition. Let's work hard at training this week and finish off the season with a big performance.
    Well done.

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  • Year 10
    Round 5 | Kingsley Year 10 Cats (16.25.121) V Swanbourne Tigers (02.02.14)
    Best Players Goal Kickers
    Saxon Gates
    Jack deMarte Blake Morris Harrison Baxter Tom Elliott
    Daniel Gibbs
    Baxter 6
    Elliott and Gibbs 2
    Dijkstra
    Cook
    j DeMarte
    Amonini
    Gates and Lamb
    Coaches Comments

    Even though we were playing the bottom team, we still had to execute our game plan, which was challenging due to the weather conditions, and the flooding they employed. After the first quarter, and once we had changed our structures, we played well, and hit the scoreboard often.
    Congratulations to Blake Morris on 100 fantastic games for KJFC.

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