Football action back at ABLE Storage Oval Mount Barker. This Saturday April 29. Mount Barker Roos v Mt Lofty Devils. Mini Colts commence at 8:45 a.m. A Grade (Men) at 2:30 p.m. followed by senior women at 5 p.m. and Under 18’s at 7 p.m. (Under Lights)
More action from Hahndorf Oval (Anzac Day). These images courtesy of Hahndorf Photographer Roy Liebich.
Samuel Callins in amongst the action.
Adam Eckermann in his Roos Debut.
Sam Scott with eyes firmly fixed on the footy.
Justin McCue lays a strong tackle during the Reserves match.
Veteran Daniel Hughes takes on his Hahndorf opponent. Kyle Griffin is there to lend a hand.
Thomas Gibbon gathers the ball and looks downfield.
Shane Ettridge (L) and Alex Oddy (13) apply the pressure.
Mount Barker Football club Life member and former Sturt Premiership player Phil Heinrich presents Adam Eckermann with a Roos jumper (8) prior to his debut on Anzac Day.
Mount Barker and Hahndorf Footballers, umpires and dignitaries line up prior to the game.
Chappy wins the “Two Up”
Billy Stokes crashes through a strong tackle.
Noons looks up-field as Groutchy offers encouragement.
Henry Pope looks to crumb as the ball clears the pack.
Nick Hill looks very determined among a nest of magpies.
Groutchy showing some ball control as team mate Tom Hughes is tackled. Hahndorf Capt and former crows player Matt Jaensch (far right) looks to smother.
Sam Scott gets a kick away despite some intense pressure. Sam Pfeiffer (rear) was adjudged the Roos best player.
Mt Barker and Hahndorf put on a true show, full of Anzac Day spirit with the result in doubt up until the final siren. The final score Mount Barker 5.9 (39) were defeated by Hahndorf 6.9 (45). Pictured here, Sam Scott gets a kick away despite some pressure from his Hahndorf opponent. Newcomer Sam Pfeiffer looks on. More action pics from the big game to follow.
Mount Barker V Hahndorf. Anzac Day @ (Hahndorf Oval). Main game commences at 3:40 p.m. Senior Colts start at 12:01 p.m. and Reserves at 1:40 p.m.
Lest We Forget
Roos v Hahndorf
Mount Barker will face traditional rival Hahndorf at Pine Avenue this Tuesday 25th April. (Anzac Day). “A” grade will commence at 3:40 p.m. Reserves at 1:40 p.m. Senior Colts 12:01 p.m. Note: Junior Colts at 7:45 p.m. and Mini Colts commence at 6:30 p.m. this Friday evening (April 21) at Hahndorf Oval.
Congrats to Malachi Lines on his senior debut for the Roos on Saturday at Able Storage Oval. Interestingly Pistols and Goldie 88.9 FM “Call of the Wild” from the scoreboard box affectionately referred to Malachi as “Malarky” Lines; that nick-name might just stick.
Henry Johnson in a marking contest.
Billy Stokes looks to handball as he evades Uraidla’s Nick Amato. Sam Scott is running past as is former Roo Nathan Remnant (21).
Great to see Henry “Johnno” Johnson back at the Roos.
Tom Hughes and Gilesy battle for possession.
Reserve Grade action. Kyle Griffin takes a strong overhead mark.
More Ressies action from Able Storage Oval.
Tyson Scott gets airborne in the final term as Uraidla’s Simon Ebert swoops in. The Roos suffered their second defeat of season 2017 and their first on home turf. In a very scrappy game; the Roos hit the front in the final quarter only for the visitors to hit back with 3 majors and run out victors by 15 points. Final score Mount Barker 7.6 (48) to Uraidla 8.15 (63). The Roos next face old foe Hahndorf on Anzac Day at Hahndorf Oval. More senior action and junior pics to follow.
Roos V Uraidla ABLE Storage Oval this Saturday April 8. “A Grade” commence at 2:30 p.m. “Mini Colts” at 8:45 a.m. ” Junior Colts” @ 9:55 a.m. “Senior Colts” @ 11:10 a.m. & “Reserves” @ 12:50 p.m. Go You Roos.
Pistols & Goldie will be calling the main game live on 88.9 FM this Saturday from ABLE Storage Oval. You can “Tune in” on line as well. The Huddle team are also excited to announce they will be presenting HFL Football on You Tube (after Easter). Stay tuned.