Gloucester Soldiers Club Seniors
A close game for Soldiers Club Seniors.
The Wingham Wanderers were off to a flying start in the windy weather Saturday May 12, scoring two quick goals early in the first half against home town Gloucester Scorpions Soldiers Club. Andrew H and Tyler D assisted Geoff H and Corbin P with some solid passes but unfortunately unable to find the net.
Seizing an opportunity from a rebound ball from the keeper, Tyler D placed us on the scoreboard. Some stellar saves from Beau B. and top notch defending from Darren H and Sam M kept the Wanderers out of the net for remainder of the game.
Final score 2-1 to the Wanderers. A hard fought game and great result against the Wanderers who are currently placed third on the ladder.
Next Saturday May 19 Gloucester Scorpions men's team travel to Wingham to play Winghams other team, the Wingham Warriors, kicking off at 3:30pm.
Avon Valley Concreting Division 4
Darrel’s Gourmet Butchery v Bucketts Building Supplies. For Darrel’s it was a good close game played by the kids. An honourable mention to Eli Stuckings for a continual and constant effort. Samira Soupidis won the ironwoman award for a ball in the face but soldiered on. All the team had great fun and played with fantastic spirit. Well done gold. Bucketts Building Supplies, thank you to Xavier Soupidis for reffing the game. William Coombe got the opening goal followed by another shortly after. Even with tough pressure from the opposition there were some great kicks up the field from Kane Germon sending the ball back up the field. The blue team worked together amazingly well for Miller Ribbons to convert the next goal. Riley Edwards kept up the great defence throughout the whole game with Hunter McKinley doing the same for his team. A great game to watch with both teams putting in a super effort.
Gloucester Dental v Avon Valley Concreting There was great ball control from Jarrah Baker and Ava Wall, great goal keeping from River Cowley. The team are improving their skills each week and had a great game. The Gloucester Dental team had a great game, Sai Chintala showed some great defence skills, Mitch Auckett working well in attack and Cooper Moore having a great game.
CalCo Surveyors v Ollies Service Centre Beau Laurie and Pharaoh Genoli scored great goals. Both teams had a great game.
Gloucester Barrington Pest Control Division 2
Gloucester Farmers Markets v Gloucester BlueLight 9 goals
Lovey’s IGA 6 goals v Autolec Gloucester 3 goals
Hunter Special Vehicles 7 goals v Gloucester Barrington Pest Control 2 goals. This was a great game. Lucas Pope and Thomas Hooke played well. Newcomer Travis Allardice scoring his first game of the season, great work Travis! Jess Howard and Georgia Hughes were excellent in defence.
Gloucester Tax & Accounting Division 1
The first game of the day in blustery conditions was between Accommodation Gloucester and Autolec – Nick Edwards played well up front setting up and scoring 1 goal, Jack Yarnold and Zane Commons executed some great defending moves with Zane scoring 1 goal. Dylan Schultz’s pace and fast feet scored him 5 goals. James Terras and Billy Dullihanty were great allrounders with both scoring goals for their team. Emily Murray and Audrey Holstein both played a great game. Owen Bithrey and James Terras both played well in goals. For Autolec Tom and Will Bandy made many forward moves and bagged a couple of goals. Hayden Schultz and Cameron Badham were solid in defence however Accommodation Gloucester were too strong. The final score 10 – 6.
The second game for the game for the day saw unchanged conditions. Hunter Special Vehicles took on Gloucester BlueLight. Hunter Special Vehicles showed great team work this week, it was a very even game played in great spirit. Jacob Danton netted 3 goals for Hunter Special Vehicles, Kaito Sutton 2, Sam Ballantyne 1. For Gloucester BlueLight, Dylan Green had a great game from start to finish, Simon Collins attack was tops. Paula Edwards was awesome in goals. The team played well together with Harry Clarke & Baily Ballantyne & Dylan Green had their best game yet. A great game overall. Final score Hunter Special Vehicles 9 to Gloucester BlueLight 6
Accommodation Gloucester 13’s
Round 4, Played in Gloucester and what a day, Scorpions down 3 players this week, Wind blowing from the south made it easy when playing with it, but horrible playing into it.
Scorpions won the toss and went with the wind, hoping to pick up early goals, Our forwards worked well and had several attempts , but unfortunately just couldn’t finish them off, at half time Forster/Tuncurry was up 2/0
We knew in the 2nd half Forster/Tuncurry was with the wind and our defence line will be put under lots of pressure. Scorpions put there game face on and with great determination the defence line cleared chance after chance, before 1 little slip up allowed Forster/Tuncurry in with their 3rd goal. Our forwards also had several attempts at goals, but nothing would go in. Final score Forster/ Tuncurry 3/0
As a coach, Words can’t say enough, how proud I am of the team. The whole 13 players put in 110 per cent and we were so unlucky not to come away with a draw, this has been our best performance yet, keep up the good work.
Drifta 16's - A Breezy Battle
Windy weather hampered the weekends match against Gloucester Scorpions Drifta 16's and Buladelah Bullets on Saturday May 12. The Bullets opened the match with an early goal in the 4th minute, though Drifta were soon to attack with Aiden H. assisting Kayden S. to level the score for the remainder of the half. Hayden R. hit hard with some sneaky slide tackles, while Isaac E.B. made some stellar saves. Josh, Kelly and Harrison worked well together up front, unlucky not to gain a goal with the wind hindering the balls direction. Scores remained locked 1-1 until the final minutes where Bulahdelah drilled a diagonal ball into the net.
Next Saturday May 19 sees Drifta 16's battle it out against top of the table Great Lakes Vikings at Boronia Park (Forster) at 11:30am.