The Border Watch : June 4th 2014
SPORT NEWS TIPS firstname.lastname@example.org THE International takes big win stylish IN Round 6 of the Western Border Soccer Association, International continue to dominate the senior competition after a comfortable six goal win over Centrals. Seniors: International 6 d Centrals 0 SPONSORS’ Day at Casadio Park saw a large crowd gather to watch the match between first and second ranked on the ladder. With International keen to consolidate their position on the leader board in front of the home crowd, Centrals were just as keen to prove themselves as worthy opponents. Centrals looked threatening early, with a high intensity approach to the game, the Lions had early opportunities in front of goals with free kicks but could not convert. CONTROL: Apollo’s Adam Hodge takes posession on the ball. Pictures: ELIZA COLE The tackling was hard from both teams, but inaccurate passing on both sides, and a strong International defence led by Ricky McRobert, Alex Sims and Anthony Bueti meant neither could get off the mark. Centrals suffered a blow, with Mitch Thompson getting injured having to be subbed off. Finally with just 10 minutes remaining of the first half International’s perseverance paid off with a goal from Matt Bueti to get his team on the score board. At the break, International coaches Tony D’Agostino and Gareth Von Duve delivered a passionate speech imploring their players to lift. Christian Cella in midfield was dangerous in setting up some promising attacks. SCORING OPPORTUNITY: Under 12s Blue Lake’s Mitchell Govan kicks the ball into attack. Centrals had a chance from a corner kick but Anthony Bueti and Brayden May prevented Josh Kourmouzis from scoring its first for the match. Sims played well and continued to make life difficult for Centrals forwards. Powerhouse Matt Bueti was unlucky to hit the upright at the 14 minute mark, but the rebound saw Will Circelli capitalise to give International a 2-0 lead. International continued to BALL HUNGRY: Under 12s Blue Lake’s Jackson Laney leads the race for the ball. pressure the Centrals defence with some impressive passages of play in the midfield between Cella, Marcus Morony and Matthew Weistra. Centrals’ hard tackling on Morony saw him awarded a penalty which he slotted into the corner of the net. Ten minutes later International were awarded another penalty Results Seniors – International 6 d Centrals 0. Goals - International: W. Circelli, T. Weedon, M. Morony, C. Cella, M. Bueti, M. Weistra. Yellow Card: S. Bueti, M. Morony (International), M. Pilven, K. Bilal (Centrals). Apollo 2 dw Portland 2. Goals - Apollo: D. Cole, C. Bytheway; Portland: R. Atodiresei, C. Keenan. Yellow Card: A. Stenner (Apollo) R. Atodiresei (Portland). Blue Lake 3 d Millicent 1. Goals - Blue Lake: J. Johnston, R. Whittaker, B. Strachan; Millicent: M. Grgetic. Yellow Card: D. Leyden, T. Tsephe (Millicent). Sharks 4 d Naracoorte 3. Goals - Sharks: C. Wright 3, S. Moo; Naracoorte: S. Pienudomkijkert 2, S. Hannan. Yellow Card: S. Davies, B. McSorley (Naracoorte). Reserves – International 6 d Centrals 0. Goals - International: D. Galloway 3, S. Smith, S. Dunn, A. Pham. Yellow Card: M. Reid, R. Mills (International). Apollo 4 d Portland 0. Goals - Apollo: L. Baleni 2, D. Loupos, M. Pohlner. Blue Lake 3 d Millicent 1. Goals - Blue Lake: G. Tentye. Yellow Card: S. Jain (Millicent). Naracoorte 5 d Sharks 0. Goals - Naracoorte: J. Griggs 2, W. Hyslop, A. Munro, C. Sajjad Hussain. Under 17 – International 8 d Centrals 2. Goals - International: A. Galli, L. Charlton, M. Reid, B. Cutting; Centrals: L. March 2. Red Card: J. Milligan (Centrals). Yellow Card: J. Ritter (International). Apollo 4 d Portland 3. Goals - Apollo: J. Blackwell, G. Cooper, B. Smith; Portland: C. Gerritsen, N. Scott. Yellow Card: G. Cooper, J. Coshan (Apollo). Blue Lake 10* d Millicent 0. Goals - Blue Lake: B. Patzel, N. Aimable, M. Finch, M. Sykes, L. Johnston, S. Mabruki, I. Pratt, J. Johnston, L. Gooding. Yellow Card: L. Gooding. Sharks 10* d Naracoorte 0. Goals - Sharks: S. Moo, J. Ellis, S. Moo, H. Htoo, N. Khin. Under 14 – International 7 d Centrals 1. Goals - International: J. Dowie, D. Bennett-Fuller, C. Sheedy; Centrals: D. Brabham -Waye. Apollo 4 d Portland 0. Goals - Apollo: A. Loupos, T. Maddern, H. Wilson. Under 12 – International 5 d Centrals 0. Goals- International: A. Sheedy, T. Michielan, R. Gustavsson, A. Edward, M. Tye. Apollo 3 d Portland 2. Goals - Apollo: F. Shoemark; Portland: D. Jablanski, E. Watt. Blue Lake 8 d Millicent 0. Goals - Blue Lake: K. Ferguson, C. Nathan, J. Sullivan, M. Finch, Z. Tweed. Sharks 3 d Naracoorte 0. Goals - Sharks: K. Gentile, P. Kaw, D. Shalless. Yellow Card: T. Perry. * Mercy rule applied The Border Watch, Wednesday, June 4, 2014 - 25 NEW SWIFT AUTO GL $16,690 DRIVE FROM AWAY WESTERN BORDER SOCCER 25 MAC SUZUKI 44 Mount Gambier Road, Millicent Phone 8733 1461 LMVD 45868 MISSED: Apollo’s Matt Ferguson rounded Portland’s keeper, but was unable to find the back of the net. when Matt Bueti was fouled. Morony took the shot but a diving save by the Centrals keeper deflected the ball, only to be brought back into play by Morony and passed to Weistra who scored. In the remaining two minutes of the match, well into extra time, Cella and Tom Weedon added a goal each, with International taking a 6-0 victory. Under 17: Sharks 10* d Naracoorte 0 NARACOORTE under 17 squad started the match with a full team, yet lacked motivation and self discipline throughout the first half. Sharks are a powerful and skilled team and took every opportunity they had to score. At half time coach Phil Thrussell was livid, and comprehensively pointed out the team’s weaknesses and pointing out that the team was making basic errors. The second half Naracoorte fought harder but struggled to add pressure to the scoreboard. Naracoorte defenders improved in the final term, but Sharks proved too strong, continuing to add to their tally. The final whistle blew with Naracoorte failing to score and Sharks running away with an comfortable win. Under 12: Sharks 3 d Naracoorte 0 THE young Sharks fought hard against Naracoorte to secure a three goal win. The United under 12s have improved since they last faced the Sharks, strengthening each week. Naracoorte challenged the ball having many scoring opportunities. Sharks scored two goals in the first half, leading comfortably. Naracoorte came out firing in the second half, yet due to Sharks skills and experience they were unable to score. United failed to score in the final term trailing by three goals in completion of the match. 640431 EXTENDED ONE WEEK ONLY!
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