Monthly Archives: March 2016

Roo Girls “action” pics

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The Barkeroo “Flyers” warming up pre-game.

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The Roos have the numbers here.

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More action from Wednesday evening at Roo Park.

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Perfect evening for football. The Roos have good numbers to the ball.

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Jade Joy about to handball.

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The Huddle

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Ruck duel

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First Quarter action

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Adelaide Uni players showing plenty of desperation.

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A great overhead mark by a very classy Adelaide Uni Full Forward. Oh, how we look forward to the new lighting.

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This Adelaide Uni player made front position despite the attention form her Roos opponent.

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Nice kicking action.

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One in, all in.

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Young Jade Joy leans back on this kick.

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More first quarter action.

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Jen Longstaff in a race to the ball.

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This Adelaide Uni player found out how hard the Roo Girls can tackle.

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The Roo girls matched it with a very strong Adelaide Uni team in the first quarter.

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Outnumbered.

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The Roos won this clearance.

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Coach Pat Sim says it’s only one way from here.

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An animated Pat Sim giving instructions to his players.

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Roo Park looked great under lights. Even better when the new ones are erected.

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The Roo defenders had their work cut out with a strong Adelaide Uni forward line.

 

Girl Power

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The Mount Barker Roo Girls hit the track for a trial against a very experienced Adelaide Uni outfit. The match played under lights at Roo Park in perfect conditions with a modest crowd in attendance. Pictured from left to right are Jen Longstaff, Danni Brown, Kaids Caldicott, Spud Bell and Katie Sewell.   More action pics, click on the post to the right of this image “Roo Girls action pics”.  Apologies for not identifying all players names.

Roos on top of Yank

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Newcomer Sam Hammond made a great impression in his debut at Roo Park. Hammond and team mate Tom Hughes both vying for the ball in Saturday’s trial against Yankalilla Tigers. The Roos won the trial by 7 goals.  Check out more action pics on the Seniors page.

 

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Zain King hails from Mount Gambier (Western Border League) and looks to be a very classy player.

 

Gluyas

Great to see Cooper Gluyas back after a season out with a serious knee injury.

Mt Barker do Meningie

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On Saturday February 27th at 9.30am the senior boys took off on a wonderful team building and fitness strengthening adventure. Starting off with a 5km run around Mount Barker looking for clues to there weekends destination, which they would discover to be Meningie.

The boys drove up in their teams and were met with a number of challenging team building exercises which they conquered through sheer determination and team work.

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It was a productive weekend that will help in building the strong fitness base and team first attitude that will hold the boys in good stead for an assault on season 2016. Which starts this Friday night the 11th of March against Murray Bridge’s Imperials down at Murray Bridge.

So grab a friend or two and car pool down to support the senior boys as they put the hard work of the pre-season behind them and into a game.

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Hanson joins the team

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The Mount Barker Football Club are pleased to announce new sponsors Hanson.

Hanson are an Australian leader in building and construction materials. So if you are building a new house, putting in a driveway or constructing new paths please have a look at Hanson as they supply a wide variety of performance and decorative concrete.

Please check out there website http://www.hanson.com.au/ and see how Hanson can help you.

The Mount Barker Football Club and its members are proud to always support our sponsors who support our local community and local football club.

Able Storage Oval

Able Storage Oval

The Mount Barker Football Club are excited to announce the re-naming of our oval to the Able Storage Oval.

The Howard Lane oval which is home to the Mighty Barkeroos will now be known as the Able Storage Oval. This is a fantastic start to the 2016 season for the Mount Barker Football Club and if the on field success matches the off field success and the new partnership with Able Storage we will be in for a long and exciting year.

Please support our wonderful new sponsors and for any storage needs please contact Able Storage on 8398 3144 or go to there website http://ableselfstorage.com.au/

As the beginning of the season approaches lets make sure that we always support our sponsors who support our local community and local football club.

Bring on 2016 and the year of the Barkeroos

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