U9s Bulls Red v Sharks
The Under 9s Bulls Red team played in Margaret River against Sharks on Saturday and the kids really put their bodies on the line and won a great deal of the ball, showing how much theyve improved over the year.
Kian Monaghan-Hall fights to retain possession of the ball under a strong tackle.
Liam Duggan kicked two goals and was one of the best for Bulls Red.
Other coaches awards went to Oliver Healey and Flynn Yeatman.
U9s Bulls Gold v Roos
This game between Bulls Gold and Margaret River team Roos was a really intense game of U9s football, probably the toughest game the Cowie Bulls Gold have had all year.
Roos looked determined from the siren to cause an upset at Gold's home ground, and showed awesome teamwork to work together to keep the ball moving forward and to score.
Coaches awards went to Ethan Semenow, Dustie Taylor and Caleb Longdren.
U11s Bulls Gold v Roos
Another cracking game of junior footy, with the Bulls showing just how much they've improved as the season's gone on.
This was the second time Bulls Gold have played Roos and they took the game right up to the Margaret River team. Some highlights included two really good goals by Josh Fry, who tried hard all day, and some great tackling and chasing efforts – Avion Packer and Tom Golding again showing determination – both were tackling machines!
Another highlight came from Roos' forward Tom Scott who kicked a freakish second half goal when he kicked the ball over his head to score after a goal square scrimmage.
Coach Mark Jolliffe said after the game that the Bulls Gold boys had all showed great faith in each other and worked hard offering and honouring leads. He said they'd possibly rushed some kicks and that was something to work on for next week.
Coaches awards went to Tom Golding, Mitch Jolliffe, Jarrad Taylor and Jack Zan.
U13s Bulls Gold v Roos
This was a game befitting a top of the table clash, and once again Kaison Williams got the Bulls off to a great start with a goal on the run within the first 30 seconds of play. Roos fought back and it was a white-knuckle ride for the rest of the match. Roos came out on top, with Bulls coach, Jason Aldus saying the effort was “bloody awesome”.