All Tigers teams win in good weekend for Upwey-Tecoma

Cameron Miller (10 Berwick Springs), Nathan Waterman (33 Upwey Tecoma). Picture: ROB CAREW 405142_01

It was a triumphant weekend for Upwey-Tecoma as all teams picked up wins across the football and netball.

All teams bar the U18 and U19 boys were on the road to Berwick Springs, with the U19s having a bye and the U18s beating Mt Evelyn away 11.3, 69 to 12.7, 79.

Best players were Ryan Little, Tom Hutcheon, Ashley Piaser, Andy Sinclair, Lachlan Tilley and Harrison Censi with goals coming from Censi with 3 and one apiece from Harrison Gilbert, Champsee Grant, Tom Hutcheon, Nicholas Mackay, Little, Sinclair and Tilley.

The Senior Women dominated Berwick Springs from start to finish, keeping the Titans goalless and finishing with a final score of 0.3, 3 to 12.9, 81.

Best players were Corinna White, Jessica Occhipinti, Ashlynn O’Halloran, Rebecca Thompson, Georgia O’Halloran and Tahlia Sheehan. Occhipinti kicked 4, Thompson 3, and there was a goal each from Alexandria Bantock, Amy Elias, Niamh Hunter-Clear, Phoebe Lowe and White.

It was a less comfortable win in the Reserves as the inaccurate Tigers secured the win 4.7, 31 to 6.11, 47. Best players were Simon Orenshaw, Aaron Grenda, Jack Murray, Lachie McGill, Alex Heath-Bennett and Jordan Tailby with goals coming from Grenda 4 and Patrick Russell and Blair Sheppard with one each.

The Senior Men’s side set themselves up for a win in the second quarter, keeping their opponents scoreless while adding 29 points to their total and establishing a lead they wouldn’t relinquish for the rest of the day, the final core reading 6.3, 39 to 11.16, 82. The Top Tigers were Matt Szczesny, Jackson Waters, Sam Wicks, Cody Maloney, Glenn Costas and Lachlan Hughes and the goalkickers were well spread; Daniel Waters, Jackson Waterman, Costas and Hughes all snagged 2 and one each came from Oscar Miles, Jai Sheehan and Wicks.

In the netball, D Grade started the day with a 17 to 28 win. Best players were Taylor Muscat, Bailey Caldow and Rachel Aitken with goals coming from Jessica Ducat 17, Emily Lowe 8 and Muscat 3.

C Grade’s win was comfortable, toppling the Titans 16 to 38. Best on the court were Taylah Borg, Renee Howe and Bridget Walters with goals from Bailea Robinson 20, Brodie Head 16 and Sophie Clarke 2.

B-Grade beat Berwick Springs 42 to 33 in the tightest netball tie of the day. Best players were Ashley Hamilton, Bek Breukers and Mila Seabrook with goals coming from Matilda Candy 37 and Seabrook 5.

A-Grade never looked like losing in their clash, coming out on top 13 to 63. Best on the court were Charlotte Davies, Sienna De La Sota and Amy Pickard with goals scored by Jessica Black 27, Taylah Hamilton 21 and Mia Lui 15.