Gloucester Soccer Club
Gloucester Tax and Accounting Division 1
Accommodation Gloucester v Hunter Special Vehicles. HSV Charles Tonks and Owen Bithrey made some great saves in goal. Bridghid Parker pressured Dylan well in defence. Kaito Sutton, James McLeod & Josh Norrie all scored goals for HSV. Dylan Schultz scored two goals for AG plus a rebound goal. Final 5–3 for HSV.
Gloucester BlueLight v Autolec Gloucester. It was another entertaining game between Autolec and BlueLight. Strong teams efforts. Half time was 4–1 to BlueLight. Autolec fighting hard until the end result of 6-2. Fantastic goalie work to Josh Walker & Paula Edwards. Great ball work to Cameron Badham, Hayden Schultz, Alarni Longbottom and Ella Blamires. Strong attack to Hamish McClure, Tom Bandy & Will Bandy. Gloucester BlueLights Bailey Roberts and Simon Collins showed great defence. A good performance by BlueLight in midfield and attack with Dylan Green and Jack Johnson having their best game of the year so far.as well as Baily Ballantyne, Paula Edwards and Harry Clarke having a solid game.
Gloucester Barrington Pest Control Div 2
Gloucester Farmers’ Markets (Yellow) v Gloucester BlueLight (Green) Green started the game in a fast and furious manner, having the upper hand with yellow playing short for the first 10 minutes of the game. Shannon and Joseph teamed up to move the ball quickly down the field but were met with fierce defence from Jethro and Quinlan. Latecomers Maggs brothers and Kaitlyn soon made up for lost time making their presence felt with deft attacking skills and fancy footwork. Alyssa played a fantastic game in defence for Green, supporting Asher in goals. Tyler proved too strong for Green’s defence and popped 4 goals with the support of Brennan. Final 4-1 to green.
Autolec Gloucester (Dark blue) v Gloucester Soldier’s Club (Red) A very tight tussle between a ferocious attacking blue team and the strong defence of red. The Laurie brothers worked well in defence for red (despite one brother without soccer boots) with Felicity and Aliya moving the ball well down the field. Both teams showed improving passing skills rather than individual play and the spectators enjoyed the display of teamwork. Jake’s footwork proved too classy for Red’s defence putting 3 goals into the net. He was ably supported up the front by Tylah and Hudson. Final 4-1 to dark blue.
Gloucester/Barrington Pest Control (Maroon) v Hunter Special Vehicles (White) Both teams showed their teamwork was improving by a fantastic display of passing and calling. Cody, Seth and Bree all showed outstanding skills in goals for their respective teams, not afraid to throw their bodies on the line multiple times. It’s excellent to see so many enthusiastic goalies! Oliver and Lucas moved the ball well for White, and Jess was tenacious in defence alongside Georgia. Xavier and Joseph held a sturdy back line for Maroon, communicating well to their team. Final 5-1 to white.
Darrels Gourmet Butchery Div 3
Gloucester BlueLight v Darrels Gourmet Butchery Great team effort with Justin Boorer scoring six goals and Charlie Bignell scoring one goal. Great support from Jacob Brown, Mia Blamires and Christopher Bolton scored a goal in the last minute. Taj Smith and Bodhi Harrison scored great goals across the field with awesome support from Aidan Blows and Oliver Collins. The team played a full game with no subs. Final 8-2 for BlueLight.
Autolec Gloucester v Gloucester Dental Unfortunately Dental had to forfeit due to lack of players. Justin Boorer put on a black jersey for Dental to ensure the players did not miss out on a makeup game and still got to have a run. Final as of the rules 2-0 to Autolec.
Gloucester Medico v Gloss-Ter Carwash Mason Daniel and Jack Joliffe played an outstanding game scoring a goal each. Jali Wilson did not stop running all game. Great team effort as usual. Charlie Coombes scored a great goal. Riley Blanch and Kyan Leu played very well and Archie Ribbons didn’t stop attacking all game. Final 2-1 to Medico.
Avon Valley Concreting Div 4
Bucketts Building Supplies v Darrel’s Gourmet Butchery Excellent teamwork shown by BBS. Opening goal scored by William Coombe, followed by another goal from halfway by Miller Ribbons. Great defence shown by Riley Edwards, Kane Germon & Joshua Stanton. For Darrel’s Eli Soupidis is playing out of his skin! Hunter McKinley played well. Zoe Kilby and Samira Soupidis played well. Patrick Doolan is gaining in confidence. Well done everyone.
CalCo Surveyors v Ollies Service Centre Everyone had a great game, well done.
Avon Valley Concreting v Gloucester Dental Dental’s Eli Maybury stopped some great goal attempts. Henry Maggs had some really good tackles. Dental are starting to learn how to play well as a team, great effort. There was some great goal attempts, great goal scoring and again awesome teamwork. Great game Avon Valley.
Mini Roos Gala Day
Under 8’s competed in the Mini Roos Gala Day at Speers Point on Sunday June 17. The boys had an awesome day winning all three games. 6-2; 5-4 and 12-2.
Toby Warwick on point with his goal shooting. Jali Wilson and Riley Blanch great defence as well as good goal keeping. Justin Boorer kept the opposition honest with is quick footwork whilst Bradley Higgins and Charlie Coombe were consistently attacking the ball. Charlie Bignell and Brodie Baker fantastic team play keeping the other teams at bay. A terrific all round effort for little champions.
The first game for the 7s was against Minmi Wanderers which opened with some great goals straight off the bat by Jarrah Baker. Jarred Plater did a great job at clearing out any goal attempts by the opposition. Miller Ribbons added to the goal count as did William Coombe. Final was Gloucester 8 to 2. After a quick break it was onto the next game against Messi Magic.They certainly put up a challenge which Josh Stanton, Mitch Auckett and Eli Stuckings worked hard against to ensure the Scorpions came out on top. The final score was Gloucester 5 to 4. The last game was another exciting one against Maitland Junior. Jarrah provided an outstanding goal block after running the full length of the pitch helping with another win for Gloucester 4 to 1. All the kids play really well as a team and quickly got used to the unusual playing field and the no out rules. The games were very fast with no half times and only a quick break when out for substitution. With everyone scoring and assisting with defending the goals, as there were no goalkeepers, it really was a chance for the boys to enhance their all round skills against teams we have never played against.
The 9's played three 20 minute games of 5 a side. As the format was a new one for the team with no outs it took a while to get used to it. The day started with Alicia Edwards and Thomas Coombe threatening to score an early goal, but solid defence saw the team fall short at the goalie. Mason Daniel, Jack Marks and Matthew Woods worked hard at the back but the seasoned opposition managed to work a few goals in. Substitutions from Jessica Marchant, Archie Ribbons and Liam Wamsley saw the Scorpions start getting some more possession which saw Thomas sneak a couple of goals past the goalie, but not enough to steal a win.The second game saw the team get the hang of the game and a 5-0 win ensued, with goals to most of the team members.The third game was a tough one with constant attack coming from a very good opposition. The team really tried hard, but alas, the opposition just kept coming and ended up with a few more goals to end the day's play. The whole team became better and better as the day went on and as they got used to the new format. Everyone enjoyed the challenge of trying a new pitch and experiencing different rules.
Gloucester Soldiers seniors
The Men’s team were on the attack early with Tyler Davies scoring in the opening minutes and adding to their tally of 8 goals for the season as they came up against Pacific Palms on Saturday June 16. But it wasn’t to be, with Beau Boyd taking a knock to the head which eliminated him from the rest of the game. Andrew Jackson and Sam Mundy worked extremely hard in defence and unfortunately Cadel Beard’s first cracking goal of the season was disallowed due to being fractionally offside. Final Gloucester 1 Pacific Palms 8.
Drifta 16’s draw
Taking an early free kick, Hayden Reid was eager to put us on the scoreboard with the ball bouncing through the Moorland Devils defenders, but unfortunately found the keeper’s hands on Saturday at Tinonee. Aiden Hawkins and Zeke Llewellyn worked tirelessly up front despite being smothered by Devils defenders in front of goals. Josh Anniwell made some stellar saves keeping a clean sheet for Drifta during the first half.
An individual run down the side line by Cody Howard and a shot from the 18 yard box by Beau Blanch were both shut down by a strong backline. Kayden Schumann and Kelly Groves along with Harrison Edwards proved their strength throughout the game despite their age against some taller opponents from the leaders of the competition. Drifta supporters applauded Isaac Earle-Broadley as he made an epic save in goals from a free kick created by a tough tackle by Kelly Groves.
A fantastic effort by the Drifta team to remain scoreless against the leaders of the competition and only half way through the Comp, proving that anything can happen!
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