FUTSAL PREMIER LEAGUE MEN’S ROUND 12 |
Timberwolves 9 (Ashley Blount 12’, 28’, 30’, Thomas Zeitlhofer 18’, Michael Nolan 21’, William Sheppard 22’, 39’ Tony Aleksovski 29’, Josh Hand 40’) def. Boomerangs FS Blue 1 (Andrew Aitchison 27’)
Timberwolves have the first chance of the night through a free kick. The goal is denied through an amazing save from Callum Cook. Five minutes into the first half and we still have a dead lock as neither team can find the back of the net with their chances.
Sean O’Neill comes on and adds to the chances for Boomerangs FS Blue, but he still can’t capitalise. Timberwolves have another great chance, but once again Callum makes a great sliding save to deny them.
The opening goal comes from Ashley Blount in the 12th giving Timberwolves a 1 goal lead. Thomas Zeitlhofer adds to his season total on the 18th, giving Timberwolves a 2-goal lead. Just before the half time break Sebastian Ciminelli has the best chance for Boomerangs FS Blue but is denied by a sliding Timberwolves keeper.
Second half starts, and the goals start flowing for Timberwolves as Michael Nolan scores in the 21st before William Sheppard scores in the 22nd which sees Timberwolves have a four-goal lead early in the second half. In the same minute Andrew Aitchison scores a goal to try and spark a Boomerangs FS Blue comeback.
The 28th minute saw Ashley makes a break for goal and Callum comes out to meet him, but Ashley keeps the ball and fines the back of the net. In the same minute Tony Aleksovski slots another goal, seeing Timberwolves with a 6-1 lead with 10 minutes of play still to come.
The 30th minute saw Ashley scoring his hat-trick as Timberwolves are certainly showing their dominance over a struggling Boomerangs FS Blue side. Jonathan Ciminelli tries to take things into his own hands by making a run down the middle of the pitch before his momentum is stopped by a solid shoulder.
William Sheppard scores his second of the night in the 39th before Josh Hand seels the nail in the coffin in the 40th scoring the Timberwolves 9th goal of the night.
Final score sees Timberwolves with a consolidating 9-1 victory.
O’Connor Knights FC 1 (Jake Wilsener 4’) def. by NCU Navy 4 (Brett Forward 10’, 14’, Arlo Hook 14’, Richard Moon 29’)
The matchup between O’Connor and NCU Navy matchup is a battle for third place on the ladder. The intensity is high from kick off as the opening minutes are a tactical and strength battle.
Wilsener scores the opening goal in the 4th minute with a killer goal from just inside their attacking half giving O’Connor Knights FC the opening lead. After end to end play, Brett Forward scores the equaliser for NCU Navy in the 10th minute. After this the intensity raised even further as O’Connor Knights FC tried to get the lead back.
Arlo Hook scores in the 14th resulting in a one goal lead to NCU Navy. From this point forward both the physicality and the intensity rises even further as the first half comes to a close.
The second half begins and O’Connor Knights have changed tactics putting Jake Wilsener in goals, predominantly to play 5th man. It almost pays off early in the quarter as Wilsener has a shot, but is denied by a nice save from Chris Trajanoski. Lachie Riddell and Brandon Hawker team up with a nice play which almost beat the keeper but Chris Trajanoski manages to find his feet and make the save.
Richard Moon adds to his season total and the NCU Navy lead in the 29th minute. O’Connor Knights are still not giving up as Hawker has a chance just on the goal line, but he can’t get his feet in the right position.
Brett Forward finishes the game off with a goal in the 40th that sees NCU Navy walk away with a 1-4 victory as well as third place on the ladder.
Boomerangs FS White 4 (Daniel Giovinazzo 27’, 31, Benjamin Basser Silk 64’, Bailey Sorenson 37’) def. by Prawns 6 (Elia Salloum 4’, 15’, Stephen Domenici 23’, Patrick Ross-Magee 29’, Daniel Fulton 32’)
Boomerangs FS White give away a goal early on as they are unable to take the pitch at kick-off giving Prawns an early goal lead.
Not too long after this the game got underway with Prawns dominating early on with several chances. However, Nick van Aalst looks like he is in the zone tonight making some awesome saves. A minute later Elia Salloum has a shot and all Nick van Aalst can do is watch it fly past him into the back of the net.
Boomerangs FS White have chance as Elie Darwich tries to chip Angelo Konstantinou but he puts too much power behind the kick and it flies over the goals. Next up to have a chance for Boomerangs FS White is Bailey Sorenson, but he just misses the right corner.
Elia Salloum scores his second goal of the night in the 15th minute giving Prawns a three-goal lead going into half time. If it wasn’t for Nick van Aalst and his saves made this half the half time deficit could be a lot worse.
The second half begins, and Boomerangs FS White start the attacking play early on but cannot convert. Stephen Domenici has the first chance of the half for Prawns and scores another goal, reassuring his lead in the Golden Boot race.
After a stalemate period of play Daniel Giovinazzo scores Boomerangs FS White’s first goal of the night in the 27th as he tries to spark a second half comeback. Two minutes later Patrick Ross-Magee scores for Prawns extending their lead back to four goals.
Stephen Domenici fires in a shot, but once again Nick van Aalst makes a brilliant save and denies Prawns a further goal. Daniel Giovinazzo scores his second goal of the night in the 31st reducing the deficit to 3, before Daniel Fulton scores a minute later to extend the Prawns lead back to 4 as the score line reads 2-6.
Ben Basser Silk scores the third goal for Boomerangs FS White in the 34th minute to try and salvage the deficit. Bailey Sorenson scores the final goal of the night in the 37th minute. The final score was 4-6, which is a positive result for Boomerangs FS White; they did well not to have been beaten by more.
The final round of matches will take place on Wednesday 13th March at AIS Training Hall. The match ups will be as follows, including the rescheduled Round 14 match:
Round 13 – 6:30pm NCU Red v Boomerangs FS White
Round 13 – 7:15pm Prawns v Timberwolves FC
Round 13 – 8:00pm Boomerangs FS Blue v O’Connor Knights FC
Round 14 – 8:45pm O’Connor Knights FC v Prawns
FUTSAL PREMIER LEAGUE WoMEN’S ROUND 9 split round |
Boomerangs FS 7 (Nicole Jalocha 6’, 13’, 24’, 34’, Leah Carnegie 20’, Alex Martens, 34’, Samantha Price 40’) def. Wanderers 2.0 2 (Sarah Whitfield 9, Mikayla Van Deyle 38’)
It was an end to end start of the game with both teams having chances early on and neither were able to capitalise. Nicole Jalocha was the first to capitalise for Boomerangs FS in the 6th minute of the match.
Seven minutes into the first half and Bridgit Plummer is playing a great game for Wanderers 2.0 making some awesome saves early on, the deficit could easily have been worse. The best chance in a string of Boomerangs FS chances came through a strong shot from Rachael Corbett, but it posed no trouble for Bridgit Plummer.
Wanderers 2.0 score in the 9th minute through a goal to Sarah Whitfield against the run of the play.
Boomerangs FS receive a free kick in the 13th that is taken by Nicole Jalocha and she fires a shot in that flies past everyone finding the back of the net, giving her team back the lead. In the final minute before half time Leah Carnegie slots a ball past the keeper giving Boomerangs FS a two-goal lead at the half time break.
The second half starts just the same as the first half finished with Boomerangs dominating the attack. Samantha Price has shot at goal, but Bridgit Plummer makes another nice save. The 24th minute saw Nicole Jalocha score her hat-trick goal with a nice shot on target.
The Boomerangs are showing their dominance as both Alex Martens and Rachael Corbett have chances, but they are just off target. Despite the dominance, Wanderers 2.0 are not backing down and are still having some attacking chances.
Nicole Jalocha fires in her fourth goal of the night finding the top right corner. Seconds later Alex Martens has a shot that also finds the back of the net, Boomerangs FS now have a 5-goal lead.
Wanderers 2.0 score their second goal of the night through a nice goal from Mikayla Van Deyle in the 38th minute. Samantha Price scores the final goal of the night in the 40th with a ball that rolls through Bridgit Plummer’s legs. Full time score sees Boomerangs FS take a 7-2 victory.
FUTSAL PREMIER LEAGUE woMEN’S ROUND 13 |
NCU Navy 2 (Katherine Turber 8’, Alice Churchill 29’) def. by Wanderers 2.0 4 (Jemima Millar-Carton 3’, Mikayla Van Deyle 11’, 39’, Sarah Whitfield 31’)
Wanderers 2.0 have the first goal of the match through a nice, quick goal from Jemima Millar-Carton in the 3rd minute of the match. But it didn’t take NCU Navy to score the equaliser through a nice goal from Katherine Turber in the 8th minute. Wanderers 2.0 get their lead back through a goal from Mikayla Van Deyle in the 11th minute.
The remainder of the half was an even paced game where both teams had their chances but were unable to convert. Half time score is 1-2 to Wanderers 2.0
The second half started where the first half ended with even end to end play and neither team able to capitalise off of their possession. Alice Churchill levelled the score up through a nice goal in the 29th minute. Moments later Sarah Whitfield regained the Wanderers 2.0 lead with another goal in the 31st minute.
The final minute of the match saw Mikayla Van Deyle score her second for the night and consolidated the Wanderers 2-4 lead.
Boomerangs FS 6 (Alex Martens 2’, 15’, Rachael Corbett 16’, 21’ 25’, 39’) def. Canberra FC 0
Alex Martens opens the scoring early in the 2nd minute for Boomerangs FS resulting in an early lead. Canberra FC tries their chance at attacking but Boomerangs FS were holding a tight defence making incredibly hard for Canberra FC to score.
Alex Martens scores her double in the 15th minute, before Rachael Corbett extended the Boomerangs FS lead to three goals at half time.
The second half started and Rachael Corbett slotted her second goal of the night as Boomerangs FS now lead by four. The 25th minute saw Rachael Corbett score her hat trick extending the lead to five.
The remainder of the half was evenly paced, until Rachael Corbett scored her fourth of the night in the final minute of play. Resulting in a 6-0 compounding win to Boomerangs FS.
FUTSAL PREMIER LEAGUE woMEN’S ROUND 15 |
Boomerangs FS 1 (Rachael Corbett 11’) def. by NCU Navy 2 (Katherine Thurber 2’, Krista Hagen 25’)
Coming into the match it was a heated battle for first place on the ladder with goals for currently being the only thing that separate these two teams. Boomerangs FS come into the game having not lost a match yet.
NCU Navy scores the opening goal of the match through a nice goal off the boot of Katherine Thurber in the 2nd minute of the match.
After some end to end football, Rachael Corbett levels the score line for Boomerangs FS in the 11th minute. This was also the half time score.
The deadlock was broken through a nice goal from Krista Hagen for NCU Navy in the 25th minute. The remainder of the match was an end to end stalemate with the final score not changing, NCU Navy took home the 1-2 win and consolidated their position on the ladder by beating the previous unbeaten Boomerangs FS.
Wanderers 2.0 7 (Jemima Millar-Carton 3’, Lotta Raap 6, Cassia Mcglashan 16’, Sarah Whitfield 18’, 36’, Samantha Briggs 29, 32’) def. Canberra FC 1 (Sabrina Magro’)
The first goal of the match was an early goal in the 3rd minute of the match as Jemima Millar-Carton scored, setting the tone for the night. Lotta Raap doubled the Wanderers 2.0 lead in the 6th minute putting Canberra FC on the back foot.
Canberra FC found their rhythm and it led to Sabrina Magro scoring in the 10th minute trying to spark some further Canberra FC goals as the deficit was reduced to one. The next goal came from Cassia Mcglashan in the 16th minute giving Wanderers 2.0 their two goal lead back. Minutes later Sarah Whitfield consolidated their lead scoring the final goal of the first half, Wanderers 2.0 went into the half time break with a 4-1 lead.
The second half kicked off and play was at an even pace for the opening nine minutes, with end to end play and a number of chances from both teams. Samantha Briggs was the first one to score in the 29th minute and then again in the 32nd minute extending her teams lead to five goals.
The final goal of the night came from Sarah Whitfield, which was also her second of the night, and it came in the 36th minute, well and truly ensuring that Wanderers 2.0 walk away with the win. Final score was 7-1 in favour of Wanderers 2.0.
With all rescheduled matches now played the final round of matches will take place on Thursday 14th March at AIS Training Hall. The match ups will be as follows, including the rescheduled Round 14 match:
Round 14 – 6:30pm NCU Navy v Canberra FC
Round 14 – 7:15pm Wanderers 2.0 v Boomerangs FS