Plenty of Positives for Eagles Prems

Our round 2 encounter against first up winners in Western Suburbs was our first hit out at home, and the game started with the Eagles playing some quality footy. Both teams had 3 scoring shots but the Magpies made more of their opportunities and took a slender 5 point lead into the first break. Zac Johns had a purple patch in the second quarter kicking 3 goals and we were playing with confidence, hitting lead up targets and holding the Wests key players at bay and we took a 1 goal lead into the long break. Some inexperience showed in the third quarter and we allowed West to kick 6 unanswered goals. With the game up for grabs, we started the last quarter with intensity and purpose and moved the ball inside our 50 numerous times but could only score behinds. We held the Magpies goalless for the term and ended the game with the third quarter being the difference between the 2 sides on the day.

Aaron Savage had a great price for cialis game off half back and provided outstanding rebound and forward drives and Zac Johns showed what he is capable of at half forward, kicking 3 of our 5 goals. Aaron Drinkwater did a good job and his strength was a big factor in winning a lot of stoppage clearances for the Eagles while Cam Arndt and Paul Long played well to minimise the impact of the Magpies key midfielders.

Overall, a good performance from the young Eagles and we showed that we can play to our game plan and structures and our first win is just around the corner.

Sydney Hills Eagles1.2-8 5.3-33 5.7-37 5.12-42

Western Suburbs Magpies2.1-13 4.3-27 10.7-67 10.12-72


Goal Kickers: Z. Johns 3, M. Skuse , A. Drinkwater

Best Players: A. Savage, Z. Johns, A. Drinkwater, D. Costello, C. Arndt, P. Long


Goal Kickers: B. Mumme 3, T. Williamson 2, J. Zoppo , L. Sands , C. McGrath , L. Conway , N. Scarfo

Best Players: T. Williamson, A. Eurell, M. Round, S. Hudson, P. Wilmot, P. Maxwell

Eagles go down to Southport

Coming off a disappointing first round loss to Ainslie, the Eagles were keen to make amends against a strong Southport side, fresh off an impressive win over the Suns.

The northern visitors were fast out of the blocks, skipping away to a five goal lead at the first break. The second term saw more composure from the Eagles outfit, with both teams kicking three goals, with the Sharks taking a 29 point lead to the main break.

An evenly contested third quarter saw no change to the Southport lead heading into the main break, which still gave the home team a glimmer of hope. Similar to the Round 1 Ainslie cialis generic uk clash however, the Eagles fell away in the last quarter, eventually going down by 55 points.

In a disappointing result in the first home game of the season, Damien Bonney, Michael Riseley and Jack Dimery had strong performances. Trent Stubbs again fought hard in the midfield and Luke Jericho playing his first game for the club provided havoc for his opponents.

The result leaves the Eagles winless after the first two rounds but eager to make amends against local rivals Sydney University in Round 3. The students will be buoyed by their 12 goal win over Queanbeyan on Sunday.

Eagles go down to Ainslie

With a number of new recruits heading to the Sydney Hills for the 2014  season and after a big pre season, the Eagles were looking forward to their trip to the Nations Capital for the opening round clash against Ainslie. Both teams had sentimental reasons for a big match, with Ainslie renaming their oval – The Alan Ray Oval (after a football legend within the club) and Sydney Hills Eagles Captain – Jon Vlatko playing his 150th game.

The Eagles got off to a great start leading by 8 points at the first break. Costly turnovers and defensive errors saw Ainslie take the ascendancy in the second quarter kicking nine goals to four, taking a 20 point lead at the main break.

After the break the tri-colours didn’t look back, buy viagra online in india extending their lead to 30 points at the end of the third quarter, then booting another eight goals in the last for a 59 point thumping of the Eagles. Ainslie’s dominance was highlighted with 33 inside forward 50’s to the Eagles 18 in the second half.

Although the Sydney Hills Eagles couldn’t register a win for Vlatko’s 150th, there were plenty of positives, with new recruits Adam Eckermann – kicking 3 goals and providing a target all day, whilst Kieran Emery was solid at the back.  The Eagles are keen to make amends this coming Saturday as they face a Southport team fresh off a victory over the Gold Coast Suns, in the first game at Bruce Purser Reserve for 2014.