The West Whyalla team that competed in the recent Port Magpies cup in Port Lincoln over the June long weekend. Not in order: Aaron Rogers, Clay Crompton, Aaron Moore, Simon Tetlow, Tim Oestreich, Joe Jackson (VC), tyler McKinley, Damien Coyne, Byron Mills, Patrick Tansell, Luke Marinkovich, Brad Yendall (VC), Reece Marks, Josh Pengelley, Mitchell Schwerdt, Silvanis Ahkee, Mitchell Ward, Connor Treacey, Tyan Green, Paul Rubillar, Jordan Henderson-Ewings (C), (Coaches): Kevin Hancock, Jeff Ewings, Rogers Pengelley (runner) Helen Polkinghorne (trainer). The East Whyalla under 14 team that competed in the recent Port Magpies Cup in Port Lincoln. Not in order: Nick Gale, Dylan Carpenter, Harrison Maitland, Blake Cleary, Jake hickey, Liam Vasey, Cameron Acton, Mackenzie Dickenson, William McKenna, Rian Smoker, Adam Blayney, Angus Judd, Sam Taylorm, Jacob Pickert, Joshua Quinn, Max Polkinghorne (C), Harry Tucker, Jayden Taylor, Ben Harvey, Liam Edgecumbe, Nathan Heritage, Doug Marshall (coach), Tim Polkinghorne (asst. coach) Jason Inglis (runner) Ian Harrison (trainer), Jarrod Starkey (junior president).
Whyalla was represented extremely well at the Port Adelaide Magpies Cup with West Whyalla finishing fourth and East Whyalla finishing seventh in Port Lincoln recently.
PAFC featured combined teams from Whyalla Football League, Port Lincoln Football League, Eastern Eyre Football League and Far West Football League.
In East Whyalla’s first game it went down narrowly to Far West 4.6.30 to 6.3.39.
Nathan Heritage booted two goals and along with Rian Smoker, Sam Taylor, Max Polkinghorne, Joshua Quinn and Blake Cleary starred for East.
West Whyalla went down gallantly to a strong Lincoln Districts team 4.4.28 to 8.3 51.
Goals scorers for West included Mitchell Schwerdt who kicked two, with rising star Jordan Henderson-Ewings kicking one along with Joe Jackson.
West Whyalla would later bounce back to defeat East Whyalla 7.4 48 to 3.3.21 in the Whyalla showdown.
Starring for West was Clay Crompton who also kicked three goals, Connor Treacey, Silvanis Ahkee, Jordan Henderson-Ewings, Damien Coyne, and Mitchell Schwerdt were all productive during the win.
For East Whyalla Rian Smoker continued his great form, Max Polkinghorne, Jacob Pickert, Joshua Quinn, Sam Taylor and Nathan Heritage all battled hard during the game.
Rian Smith was named best player for East Whyalla, while Jordan Henderson-Ewings was named best for West Whyalla and was named runner-up most valuable player for the carnival.
Henderson-Ewings, Smoker, Polkinghorne, Coyne and Quinn were all named to train with Port Adelaide for their outstanding efforts at the carnival.
WFL junior chairman Jarrod Starkey said Whyalla was extremely proud of the efforts of all of the young players.
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