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Bozer leads the way

Captain Beau Witheridge...simply inspirational

Captain Beau Witheridge…simply inspirational

By Gary Stocks

In his formative years in senior football, Beau Witheridge had the opportunity to soak up the leadership qualities of people like Chris Pearce and Chris Perkin.

Inevitably when North Beach needed a lift at clutch moments in big games, it was the likes of Pearce, Perkin, Chooka Ingham or Simon Pearce who would seize the moment, change momentum and steer the Beach out of troubled waters.

On Saturday, when the O’Rourke Realty A-Grade team needed an inspirational trigger to answer the challenge of Hamersley Carine, it was Witheridge, the current skipper, who dug deep, laid an inspirational tackle or set up an important goal.

Witheridge was outstanding as the Beach carved out a 33-point win over Hamersley at Percy Doyle – 14.10 (94) to 9.7 (61).

The tireless skipper, in conjunction with debutant Adam Swain, who kicked three goals, tenacious midfielder Sam Lamont, centre half-forward Kyle Cranley, and defenders Luke Symonds and Daniel Leishman had all the answers against Hamersley.

The Lifenet A-Reserves played a disciplined game and thoroughly deserved a 35-point victory against Hamersley Carine.

The result was never in doubt, although it was not a captivating contest and the most pleasing aspect of the victory was the form of several players pushing for senior selection, including Jordan Webster, Jordan Gray and Dion Cownie.

In addition Matt Whitbread was solid at centre half-forward and Matt Power, in his first game for the season, played with typical zeal.

The Plasterwise Phil Scott Colts went into the contest against Hamersley as overwhelming favourites and the challenge for the Beach young guns was whether they could remain disciplined on a day when it would be tempting to break away from the team structures and to go kick chasing.

The Beach, however, answered that issue and played with discipline and purpose, on the way to a commanding 157-point victory – 25.16 (166) to 1.3 (9).

Cam Howie kicked six goals and was an imposing forward target while Caelen O’Connell, Joey Deegan, Alex Coleman, Peter Hoitis and Matt Raynor continued their good form.

The Red Hill Brett Jones Colts suffered their first defeat of the season at the hands of University in a tough, grinding affair at Charles Riley Reserve.

There was very little in the contest all day, before University endured 9.7 (61) to 6.9 (45).

Brayden Bowden, Josh Cameron and Tyler Beard each kicked two goals while better players were Callan Dunjey, Brayden Farrell and Matt Seaton.

The Hybrid Linings D1-Grade have seen a transient player group over recent weeks, made 12 changes on Saturday, and as a result they took a little while to gel, but they played an imposing second half to win by 29 points.

At half-time there was only five points in it, but the Beach controlled the game thereafter, restricted University to just one goal after the long break and won 9.13 (67) to 6.2 (38).

Alex Luck and Luke Pardini each kicked two goals while Jordan Veitch, Ryan Hart, Shane Duckworth and Mitch Cameron were all strong contributors.

The Coast to Coast Imports D1-Reserves produced a dominant four-quarter display against the reigning premier in their division – winning 15.7 (97) to 6.4 (40).

James Todd kicked seven goals while Jordan Mesiti was a powerful force in the midfield and both Luke Spies and Cam Alco were supreme in the back half.

The Express Bins D2-Grade, on the adjacent oval at Charles Riley Reserve, was similarly impressive against Wanneroo, recovering from a tight first quarter to control the game thereafter to win 11.7 (73) to 6.7 (43).

They celebrated the 250th game of popular veteran Deon Jacobs in style, with the efforts of players like Daniel Njegich, Owen Collins, Paul Kappeler and Xavier Williamson playing significant roles for their team.

The Fusion D2-Reserves were always in control against Wanneroo and marched to victory, 12.17 (89) to 0.6 (6).

Mitch Clarke, Peter Panagopolous and Phil Pedley all wielded an influence.

O’Rourke Realty A-Grade
North Beach       3.3         7.7         10.9       14.10     94
Ham-Carine        2.3         3.3         6.7          9.7        61
Goals – North Beach: Swain 3; B Irvine, M Irvine, Reid 2; Bottechia, K Cranley, Davies, N Dwyer.
Best – North Beach: Witheridge, Swain, Symonds, K Cranley, Lamont, Leishman, Holdman.

Lifenet A-Reserves
North Beach 9.16 (70) def Hamersley Carine 5.5 (35)
Goals – North Beach: N/A
Best – North Beach: Webster, Cownie, Power, Whitbread, Gray.

Plasterwise Phil Scott Colts
North Beach       7.1         13.5       17.12     25.16     166
Ham-Carine        0.2         0.2        0.2        1.3           9
Goals – North Beach: Howie 6; Dalton, O’Connell 4; Campbell, Johnson, Manov, McCarthy, Wells 2; Hughes.
Best – North Beach: O’Connell, Howie, Deegan, Coleman, Hoitis, Raynor.

Hybrid Lings D1-Grade
North Beach       4.5         5.7         8.12       9.13       67
University            2.1         5.2         6.2         6.2         38
Goals – North Beach: Luck, Pardini 2; Adler, Cameron, Hart, Hooper, Miller.
Best – North Beach: J Veitch, Hart, S Duckworth, Cameron

Coast to Coast Imports D1-Reserves
North Beach 15.7 (97) def University 6.4 (40)
Goals – North Beach: Todd 7.
Best – North Beach: Todd, Mesiti, Turner, Spies, Alco.

Red Hill Brett Jones Colts
University            2.0         4.0         6.0         9.7         61
North Beach        1.1          3.2         4.2         6.9         45
Goals – North Beach: Bowden, Cameron, Beard 2.
Best – North Beach: Reed, Dunje, Farrell, Seaton.

Express Bins D2-Grade
North Beach       1.1         7.4         10.5       11.7       73
Wanneroo           1.3         1.3         4.4         6.7       43
Goals – North Beach: Kappler, Padget 2; Cavanagh, Rollo, Smith, Jacobs, D Veitch.
Best – North Beach: Njegich, Collins, Kappler, Williamson, Hurley.

Fusion D2-Reserves
North Beach       1.3         3.5         7.8         12.17     89
Wanneroo           0.3         0.3         0.4         0.6       6
Goals – North Beach: Delamont, Gardiner, Duncan 2; Clarke, Ferreri, Kinslow, Pedley.
Best – North Beach: Gardiner, Cassidy, Panagopolous, M Clarke, Duncan.

The Duckworth Dynasty

Shane Duckworth...poised for his 150th game

Shane Duckworth…poised for his 150th game

The Duckworth name, so synonymous with the history of the North Beach Football Club, will add another important chapter to its legacy when Shane Duckworth plays his 150th game on Saturday.

The youngest son of legendary coach Bill Duckworth, who led the club to 10 premierships in a remarkable era, has reached the mark through a variety of games at colts, A-Reserves and Third grade level.

On a momentous day for the club another stalwart, Deon Jacobs, will play his 250th game. Jacobs, a big man with a heart to match, has also played at various levels for the Beach and has been a committed and dedicated club man.

Duckworth will record his significant milestone in Saturday’s fixture with the Hybrid Linings D1-Grade at Charles Riley Reserve, when North Beach hosts University. A tenacious key position player, who carries the Duckworth persona of a young man with a high level of competitive fibre, he is capable of playing at either end of the ground.

Shane Duckworth, like his older brother Michael, has great passion for the club – although, on occasion, that trait can bubble over with enthusiasm and zeal. The younger of the Duckworth brothers has not yet played A-Grade football, but certainly has the attributes to strive for that opportunity.

Michael, who has played a number of senior games, will, with a clear run of injuries, also play his 150th game this year. The consummate team man, who attacks the game with all his heart, has had very little luck in his senior career with a string of serious injuries.

Others might have given up, but that’s not in his nature and all the club will have fingers crossed that he can also join a select group of club stalwarts to celebrate the milestone before season’s end.
– Gary Stocks

Rookies get their chance

Adam Swain will make his debut against Hamersley Carine

Adam Swain will make his debut against Hamersley Carine

By Gary Stocks
It’s a rare event for a football club to go through a season without the odd speed bump. It’s a question of making sure that little hurdle does not fester and grow into anything more significant.

There’s no question the O’Rourke Realty A-Grade North Beach outfit hit a hump in the road last Saturday, surrendering a golden opportunity to build momentum into the season when it squandered a six-goal quarter-time lead to fall into the abyss of defeat against Kelmscott.

Sometimes, it’s not even the defeat that stings, it’s the manner in which it is achieved. On both counts it cut deeply last Saturday. The loss against a struggling opponent, at Charles Riley Reserve after establishing a significant advantage burns.

But what is done, is done. Not for the first time this season, it’s now about how the team responds.

The Beach will play neighbour Hamersley Carine at Percy Doyle Oval in a game which carries high stakes. And the Tigers will be looking to reproduce their best form. There is no question their best is more than good enough, but that form has been sporadic.

Senior coach David Hynes and his match committee responded at selection on Thursday night, opening the door for several emerging young stars to get an opportunity. Adam Swain, a tenacious on-baller, young ruckman Andrew Doyle and emerging forward Liam Spencer all get their chance.

For Spencer and Swain they will make their A-Grade debuts and it is due recognition of their commitment and performance with the Lifenet A-Reserves. It also illustrates the pathway that young players will be rewarded for their form.

Hamersley Carine earned promotion to the A-Grade competition after a brilliant finals performance last year. They responded to the pressure of playing consecutive cut-throat finals and upset more fancied opponents to win the premiership.

The Beach will need to treat them with great respect because they are a dangerous opposition.

The A-Grade team now sits at 2-3 after five rounds and this is an opportunity to balance the ledger. Meanwhile, the Lifenet A-Reserves have been in spectacular form and will be looking to maintain that standing.

With Scott Holbrook away, Josh Stott will make his coaching debut and has at his disposal is an exciting list of talent. There is a neat mix of youth an experience in that team which, like most teams this week, has been shaped to some extent by players who last week opted to go to a concert in the south-west.

That has generally seen them drop a grade for at least a week and those who have taken their places will be looking to maximise their chance and retain that position.

The colts group has again been exceptional this season and the Plasterwise Phil Scott Colts will aim to kick things off on a positive note against Hamersley. The ground is familiar to the Beach, having played there while the Charles Riley facility was being upgraded, so it should hold no perils.

The Red Hill Brett Jones Colts will kick off the action at Charles Riley when they confront University, their conqueror in last year’s Grand Final.

To this stage the Brett Jones Colts have not yet tasted defeat, but they do understand that playing University is always a challenge – particularly at Colts level.

Last week the Hybrid Linings D1-Grade made 11 changes – this week it is an even dozen. Despite the changes in personnel they have sustained their football and have been ultra-consistent. They, too, will confront University, along with the Coast to Coast Imports D1-Reserves.

There will be a veritable smorgasbord of football on offer at the club’s home ground, with both the Express Bins D2-Grade and the Fusion D2-Reserves playing Wanneroo.

Fixtures, Round 6
O’Rourke Realty A-Grade
Hamersley Carine v North Beach, Percy Doyle Oval, 2.30pm
Lifenet A-Reserves
Hamersley Carine v North Beach, Percy Doyle Oval, 12.35pm
Plasterwise Phil Scott Colts
Hamersley Carine v North Beach, Percy Doyle Oval, 10.40am
Hybrid Linings D1-Grade
North Beach v University, Charles Riley Reserve, 2.30pm
Coast to Coast Imports D1-Reserves
North Beach v University, Charles Riley Reserve, 12.35pm
Red Hill Brett Jones Colts
North Beach v University, Charles Riley Reserve, 10.40am
Express Bins D2-Grade
North Beach v Wanneroo, Charles Riley Reserve, 2.30pm
Fusion D2-Reserves
North Beach v Wanneroo, Charles Riley Reserve, 12.35pm

Dark clouds engulf Beach

Nick outstanding individual effort on a disappointing day

Nick Reid…an outstanding individual effort on a disappointing day

By Gary Stocks

Oh what could have been!

A day that started so promisingly, so good that the dirty conditions at Charles Riley Reserve were irrelevant, turned as nasty as the unwelcoming south-easterly squall.

Initially the smiles among the North Beach faithful shone through the darkness, the mood was buoyant and no one cared about the stormy conditions.

It didn’t matter that the ugly wind sweeping through the precinct like a tornado, or the sweeping rain that hurt as it cannoned into uncovered flesh, made for an unpleasant afternoon. Despite all of that the O’Rourke Realty A-Grade team had kicked off with a classy display of football befitting of North Beach.

By day’s end the mood around the club, however, was transformed. It was in keeping with the prevailing weather. A dark, angry mood was in perfect synchronisation with Mother Nature, reflected in a seven-point defeat.

North Beach had an opportunity to consolidate a position in the top half of the table, but disappointingly let that chance slip through the fingers. It didn’t seem possible after a bright first quarter, when they kicked six goals to none and Nick Reid crammed a season’s worth of highlights into 25 minutes.

He had kicked five of the team’s goals to the first break and was irresistible. It was a classic display by the team and a masterful display by one individual.

But that was that. Kelmscott came hard when it was their turn with the breeze, the margin was only eight points and belief was flowing in the visitors’ rooms at half time. That level of confidence was at fever pitch 25 minutes later when the margin remained the same at the last change.

And in the end, the Bulldogs scored a well-deserved seven-point win – 9.15 (69) to 9.8 (62).

Earlier, the Lifenet A-Reserves produced a sublime four-quarter effort to win by 166 points – 26.22 (178) to 2.0 (12). That would have been a remarkable effort on a dry day but was simply amazing given they had the worst of the arctic conditions.

It started well with a 29-point advantage at the first change and got even better as the match progressed. This was a stunning team performance, with many stand-out contributions – most notably from Jacob Griffiths, who kicked six goals, Liam Spencer, who contributed five, Peter Harvey, Tom DeCourtenay and Dion Cownie.

The Plasterwise Phil Scott Colts, who continue to build momentum, also controlled their game against the Bulldogs from the outset, winning 9.8 (62) to 4.6 (30) which did not accurately portray the level of dominance they enjoyed.

They played a disciplined, well-structured brand of football in a game where it would have been easy to break away from the team ethos in search of an individual spotlight. Campbell Howie and Josh Tinckner each had a presence up forward and kicked two goals apiece while Luke Hopkins, Cameron Hoskins, Joey Deegan, Jack Dalton, Nick Marsh and Alex Coleman were all four-quarter performers.

The Red Hill Brett Jones kicked off proceedings at South Oval against Curtin Wesley in positive fashion, proving too strong for the opposition in posting a 39-point victory – 11.7 (73) to 5.4 (34) keeping intact an unblemished record.

After a tight first term, the Beach assumed con troll; and had winners all over the ground. Jordan Acott, Ben Johnson and Aaron Ugle kicked 10 goals between them while other key contributors were Cameron Thompson, Brayden Bowden, Jayden Kelava and Alex Ditmanis.

The Coast to Coast Imports D1-Reserves were also the masters of their opponents, a better reflection of the game coming in the form of 20 scoring shots to eight than the 22-point final margin.

The tough conditions in the wind-swept open venue at South Oval made it difficult to maximise the return on effort, but they eventually won 5.15 (45) to 3.5 (22).

Jon Turner kicked two goals and produced a classy display, his experience and guile proving important in the triumph.

The Hybrid Linings D1-Grade was another team that carried too much poise and panache for the opposition, sweeping aside Curtin Wesley with a masterclass performance that carried it to an authorative 80-point win – 15.16 (106) to 4.2 (26).

Lindsay Lawler and Sam Zehnder kicked nine goals between them, while Cameron Cranley continues to flourish and grow his game sense and Michael Collins and Jamie Tonus (three goals) were also influential.

This performance was stunning – as was that of the D1-Reserves – considering there were 11 changes from week to week largely because a number of players were unavailable because they attended a music festival in the south-west.

The Express Bins E2-Grade and the Fusion E2-Reserves enjoyed a bye on the weekend, but will return to battle this week.

O’Rourke Realty A-Grade
Kelmscott            0.1         5.6         6.10       9.15       69
North Beach       6.2         7.2         8.6        9.8         62
Goals – North Beach: Reid 7; K Cranley, A Langsford. Best – North Beach: Reid, Lamont, N Dwyer, Yakas.
Lifenet A-Reserves
North Beach       4.5         11.12     19.14     26.22     178
Kelmscott            0.0         1.0          2.0        2.0       12
Goals – North Beach: Griffiths 6; Spencer 5; Harvey 3; Chapman, Goodard-Nash, Swain, Whitbread 2; Bowe, B Clarke, Cownie, T Langsford, Sweeney.
Best – North Beach: Griffiths, Spencer, Harvey, De Courtenay, Swain.
Plasterwise Phil Scott Colts
North Beach       2.2         4.4         8.5         9.8         62
Kelmscott            0.2         2.2         3.2         4.6         30
Goals – North Beach: Howie, Tinckner 2; Brooks, Hoskins, Lowndes, Manov, O’Connell.
Best – North Beach: Hopkins, Hoskins, Deegan, Dalton, Marsh, Coleman.
Hybrid Linings D1-Grade
North Beach       4.4         8.9         12.12     15.16     106
Curtin Wesley     0.1         1.2           2.2        4.2         26
Goals – North Beach: Lawler 5; Zehnder 4; Tonus 3; M Collins, Cosgrove, Hart.
Best – North Beach: C Cranley, Lawler, Zehnder, M Collins, Tonus.
Coast to Coast Imports D1-Reserves
North Beach 5.15 (45) def Curtin Wesley 3.5 (23)
Goals – North Beach: Turner 2; Alco, Mirabile, van Der Kraats.
Best – North Beach:  Team effort
Red Hill Brett Jones Colts
North Beach       3.2         7.3         8.5         11.7       73
Curtin Wesley     3.1         4.2         4.3         5.4        34
Goals – North Beach: Acott 4; Johnson, Ugle 3; Black. Best – North Beach: Thompson, Bowden, Kelava, Ditmanis.
Express Bins D2-Grade North Beach – Bye
Fusion D2-Reserves North Beach – Bye