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Round 5 Newsletter
Monday 3rd November 2014
Despite being undermanned particularly in the backline the Toll Tiwi Bombers fought back from big deficits several times in the first half before the impact of injuries to key players allowed the opposition an easy scoreboard win.
Coach Willie Rioli said “The last 2 games have been reality checks for a few players against physically stronger and opponents but the major positive has been the determination to fight to the final siren. Injuries have been a challenge but overall the attitude has been excellent” Scoreboard – Round 5
Toll Tiwi Bombers 5-0 10-3 11-5 14-7 (91)
Wanderers 9-0 13-11 17-5 22-9 (141)
Goals: Roy Kantilla 4, Matthias Liddy 3, Ross Tungatalum, Lindsay Moreen, Cannis Tipuamantimirri 2 ea Willy Rioli 1
Best Players: Dion Munkara, Chas Bromley, Roy Kantilla, Steven Miles, Matthias Liddy, William Rioli
Jnr., Jobastin Priest, Adam Tipungwuti, Keiran De Santis
Other NTFL Premier League Results-Round 5
Nightcliff defeated St Marys, Palmerston defeated Darwin, Southern Districts defeated Waratah
Premiership Ladder after 5 Rounds (Full Season = 18 Rounds)
Nightcliff 20, St Marys & Southern Districts 16, Wanderers 12, Toll Tiwi Bombers 8, Waratah & Palmerston 4 ea and Darwin Nil
This Week’s Toll Tiwi Bombers Game:
Premier League-Saturday 3.10pm at TIO Stadium, Marrara vs Palmerston Magpies
Youth Girls-Sunday 8.30am at Gardens Oval vs Palmerston Magpies
A critical game for the Toll Tiwi Bombers Premier League team in the context of the full season. To play finals we MUST defeat teams below us on the ladder. This week’s opposition have several key players not the least of whom are Leroy Jetta & Alwyn (Froggy) Davey (both ex Essendon) and Aaron Davey (ex Melbourne). Palmerston gained confidence after winning their first game last Sunday.
Family Pride on the Line????
Adding spice to Saturdays match is the fact our Toll Tiwi Bomber Coach Willie Rioli Snr will be keen to take the premiership points from nephew and Magpie Coaching counterpart Dean Rioli.
Toll Tiwi Bombers Youth Girls Team
The girls went down narrowly to a physical Wanderers side but shiwed plenty of spirit and determination in our toughest game so far this season. Forced to play short in the last quarter to ensure some players made the ferry in time presented a challenge but to their credit the Toll Youth Girls Bombers never stopped trying. A big thanks to Club sponors Sea Link who have generously adjusted their departure time by an hour which should avoid the last quarter problem this week at Gardens Oval when we meet Palmerston Magpies
Final Score Toll Tiwi Bombers 6-9 Wanderers 8-11
Goals: Martha De Santis, Arthurina Moreen 2 ea, brandy Kerinaiua, Jasmine Brooks 1 ea
Best: Sheraylla Puruntatameri, Joelle Kantilla, Christina Puruntatameri, Melanie Cook, Chloe Algy, Roberta Tipungwuti
Players must be attending school to represent the Toll Tiwi Bombers
Toll Tiwi Bombers SUPER 100 Club – win $10,000 or $6,000 or $4,000 – pick your own numbers.
$500 per ticket – phone Tanya Hollamby on 0438-807642
A function to draw the winning numbers at which the team and sponsors will attend will be at the
CAV Hotel, Cavanagh Street on Friday 28th November – all ticket holders invited
The following day we play the Darwin Buffaloes at TIO Stadium Marrara at 5.55pm
Next Home Game
Sunday 23 February – Round 8 sponsored by Remote Credit Union
Should be a great test against Southern Districts at Real Estate Central Oval at 3.00pm – book your
Sea Link Ferry tickets now – join in the fun!
Christmas/New Year Break
The last game for 2014 will be on Saturday 20 December 2014 at TIO Stadium when we play Nightcliff. The first game back after Christmas/New Year is Round 13 Saturday 10 January 2015 against Waratah. That match may decide our finals fate with just 5 games after that!