Men’s Futsal Premier League Round 3 |
Boomerangs FS Blue 0 def. by NCU Red 2 (Ryan Tredinnick 10′, Ryan De Vries 11′)
A quick double from NCU Red after the first 10 minutes helped them to a 2-0 win against Boomerangs in round three of the Men’s Futsal Premier League last week.
The opening 10 minutes was an even affair with a couple of chances each way, but Untouchables opened the scoring in the 10th minute as Ryan Tredinnick slotted home from a set piece situation to give his side the lead.
Just moments later Ryan De Vries netted Untouchables’ second to open up the game and give them a two-goal buffer.
Boomerangs began to push strongly though and had the better of the chances for the remainder of the game, but were unable to capitalise on a number of chances and the scoreline remained the same.
NCU Navy 1 (Cameron Gordon 40′) def. by Boomerangs FS White 2 (Brad Sawyer 29′, Kieren Allen 30′)
Boomerangs White clinched their first win of the season with a 2-1 victory against Untouchables Navy on Thursday.
A fast-paced opening 10 minutes saw both teams trade chances but neither was able to break through, and the remainder of the half was played in largely the same vein as the sides reached the break locked at nil-all.
The second half got off to a similar start but Boomerangs found the breakthrough nine minutes in when Brad Sawyer scored with a nice chip to give his side the lead and the goal its first game. Just a moment later Boomerangs extended their lead as Kieren Allen scored and that gave them a two-goal buffer with 10 minutes to play.
Cameron Gordon caused some anxious moments for the leaders when he headed home in the dying moments to halve the lead but Boomerangs held on to secure the victory ahead of a Boomerangs derby in round four.
O’Connor Knights 2 (Jake Wilsener 6′, 38′) def. Timberwolves FC 0
O’Connor continued their perfect start to the season in round three as a brace from Jake Wilsener helped them to a 2-0 win over Timberwolves at the AIS.
Wilsener pounced on a chance just six minutes in to get his side off to the perfect start in a tight contest, and Knights defended resolutely from there. Both teams had chances in the remainder of the half but couldn’t make them count and the difference remained just a solitary goal at the break.
The second half saw much of the same with neither side really on top, until Wilsener broke away out of the backline inside the final two minutes before converting calmly and sealing the deal at 2-0.
The win leaves O’Connor on top of the table with nine points from three rounds, ahead of the bye in round four.