Hunter Special Vehicles v Gloucester BlueLight – A great game played by both teams. The wind played against BlueLight. Bailey Roberts had a great game. Harry Clarke scored three goals with some great attempts by Baily Ballantyne. Jack Johnson, Olivia Marsh and Simon Collins games just keep getting better. Paula Edwards played well as goalie for BlueLight in the first half and on the field in the second half. Dylan Green played well in attack. Hunter Special Vehicles played well, Charles Tonks, Bridghid Parker and Chloe Garnham all had great games. Kaito Sutton scored three goals and one each for Jacob Danton, James McLeod and Josh Norrie. Overall is was a great game. Final score 6 – 3 in favour of Hunter Special Vehicles.
Autolec Gloucester v Accommodation Gloucester - A great entertaining game between the two teams. Both teams showed great defence and ball skills. At the end of the first half the teams were tying 3 all. Dylan Schultz scored four goals, Nicholas Edwards one for Accommodation Gloucester. Will and Tom Bandy scored two goals each and one to Hamish McClure. Second half Accommodation Gloucester hit the lead early before Autolec caught up resulting in a 5 all draw.
Gloucester Soldier’s Club (Red) vs. Gloucester/Barrington Pest Control (Maroon) – The first match of the day saw some brave young souls battling the wind and chilly weather. Bradley Rayner was not deterred and worked his magic all over the park for Maroon. He was ably supported by Emily Marsh who scored a great goal from outside the box. Bree Norrie saved the score from double figures with her efforts in goal. Nicholas Blows proved too skillful for the opposition, scoring 5 goals for Red. Final score, 6-2 to Soldier’s Club.
Gloucester Bluelight (Green) vs. Hunter Special Vehicles (White) – The second game was also very competitive with everyone on the field giving their best. Goals to Lucas Pope, Cody Sparke and Thomas Hooke for White and Brennan Auckett and Riley Marsh for Green. Final score 5-3 to HSV.
Gloucester Farmers’ Markets (Yellow) vs. Autolec Gloucester (Dark Blue) – The third game for the wild windy Saturday was a tense, close affair. Multiple goals were saved as everyone put their best boot forward to try and secure a win. Goals were difficult to score, with Brianna Richardson and Tylah Johnson scoring for Dark blue, and Jethro Llewellyn for Yellow. Final score 2-1 to Autolec.
Darrels Gourmet Butchery v Ollies Service Centre – Ollies Joslyn Kilby saved some great goals. Good defensive team work by Ollies, Multiple goals scored by Eli Stuckings. A good game was played by all of Darrel’s Butchery with plenty of goal kicks and defensive play. The autumn leaves were an exciting distraction for some of the younger players.
Bucketts Building Supplies v Avon Valley Concreting – A great game from Avon Valley Concreting, the team really working hard to make sure to pass the ball to each other and all take turns with throw ins. Bucketts Building played really well, Everyone tried really hard and worked well as a team. Fantastic sportsmanship shown by both teams.
CalCo Surveyors v Gloucester Dental – A solid effort from CalCo players both in attack and defence. A great improvement from Sahara Genoli, Hamish Haschek and Spencer Haschek. A goal to Pharaoh Genoli with great defensive efforts be Max Delsperger and Beau Laurie.
Game seven this week was Scorpions vs Great Lakes Vikings. What a week leading up to the game, with Alex fracturing his arm by his horse and out for six weeks, Beau spraining his ankle a couple of hours before the game, Scorpions down two players and with a bleak and icy wind blowing from the west really topped the morning off.
Scorpions played their best game yet for the season, Vikings played hard and rough with several scorpion players being on the receiving end. The players kept it together and fought hard with Racheal pulling of the best tackle of the game.
Vikings where extremely lucky to pick up a goal in the first half, The ball kicked at the goals, Mitch diving and the ball hitting the goal post, rebounding and Vikings re-shooting with Mitch diving the other way and deflecting the ball back out and then scrambling to regain the ball, the ball had landed back at the feet of another Vikings player who popped it over Mitch’s head and into the goal. Vikings winning 1/0. Vikings manager said at the end of the game he felt extremely lucky to get the win,
Scorpions have two weeks off now a long weekend and a bye. Training will continue and our next game is against Old bar.
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