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Despite a tough first half, where we were 4 down at one stage, we came back with determination, scoring two goals in the first half and then three goals in the second half to even the score at 5 all.
Both teams had played yesterday but that did not seem to make a difference. Effectively, we needed to score at least eight and conceded none, and hope WPH had goals scored against them.
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The defence played an incredible game saving many goals and our attacking mids and forwards had many opportunities to put pressure on the ravens. Updated by 2pm each day.
After a good training session next week, our timing and overall gameplay should be much improved. After a good training session next week, our timing and overall gameplay should be much improved Beth Weldon. In the 2nd half, more chances were created by Jesse and Nick, putting the ball wide to Josh and Herman. Not one goal was scored against them in the second half and we came close to scoring in the second half also. Chris Rickard won the trophy for excellent defence. Player of the Week went to Lachlan for a great effort.
Early in the second we got two goals in, they responded with one and then we replied with another. The first two goals were scored by Ashley and Nicholas and then in the second half Riley scored three goals to canvi the score.
Maybe it was the mud sticking to our boots or maybe the many weeks since we had played or practiced, but we started slow.
Heman -2, Howard, Chris, Josh It all came down to the adruan game in the premiership fixtures to determine whether we could hold our two point lead to win the minor premiership. There was lots of chasing today and lots of tackling, not just watching. Our defensive line, consisting of Dan, Steve, Jon and occasionally Pete, did brilliantly by holding off attacks from a determined Normanhurst team to keep our 5th clean sheet of the season.
James Taylor -7 Well done everybody. The team keeps on improving and considering they had adrlan played or trained for several weeks because of the wet weather, they did really well.
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James scored 7 goals wow! Josh Hickey -2, Solomon Foo -2, Liam Haavisto No trophy was awarded as it was not available and today was our last game. However it came together later in the first half and continued through the second. In the first half we had more of the play, but it finished nil all. A good game by everyone. The game started off with Pumas playing very attacking football, putting extreme pressure on Normanhurst.
Maybe next year lads. With just few minutes into the game, Josh crossed the ball from the left flank and saw Norman boys panic and put it at their own net one forced own goal pers season for Josh now.
Josh Nicholson -2 An unexpectected result for a match that had been postponed 3 times. Good effort by all. As the coach put it, everyone had a good game, we just could have done a little better, especially in the last ten minutes.
The team played the best second half they have played all season. Was it the postponements or was it the lack of training? Sadly for us, WPH wonwhich increased their average above ours to claim the trophy.
Man of the Match — Toby. An attempted quick freekick after a bizzarre foul was cut out and cleared for Chris and Jesse to combine for Heman to score the final goal of the regular season and clinch the Premiership.
More solid play from Tim and Ian in the mids provided plenty of opportunities, with an amazing amount of shots taken, open goals missed, posts hit, balls lost in the forest behind the goals, but soon Chris turned well to score his 12th goal in 12 games, and our third on the day. It all came down to the final game in the premiership fixtures to determine whether we could hold our two point lead to win the minor premiership.
This week was a very exciting game. Thank You Very Much, An unexpectected result for a match that had been postponed 3 times.
Not long after, a pinpoint pass by Jesse saw Herman squaring the ball back in the penalty box for Howard to finish it off. Riley was player of the week for his effort and enthusiasm. Playing against North Epping is always good to watch.