DAVE Greening’s record haul of six goals in Seaford United’s 9-0 demolition of Hampton Park United was the big story to emerge from last weekend’s round of local soccer.
This wasn't an easy post to write. A larger part of that is because I admittedly don't know much about junior development, nor do I really care too much about it either. Call it a massive blind spot on my part, and I'll agree with you 100%. It's not easy for me to write this post also, because I like to think of myself as open-minded on these issues. Maybe I'm kidding myself. Maybe I like playing devil's advocate too much. Maybe I'm longing for a different hell to this one.
Two years ago, the Football Federation of Australia (FFA) announced a National Competitions Review (NCR) with a view to bring all top-tier state-competitions more or less in line with each other. They later announced the National Premier League, unveiling a flash new logo with David Gallop in tow for a photo opportunity. The NPL has already kicked off in Queensland, New South Wales, Tasmania, the ACT and in South Australia.
BAXTER faces a season-defining moment on Saturday when it travels to Power Reserve to meet fellow cellar-dweller Endeavour Hills.
MORNINGTON hosts table-topping Langwarrin at Dallas Brooks Park on Saturday in what promises to be a no-holds barred State 2 South-East contest.
It was almost like déjà vu for Nick Rizzo, the former Socceroo, Olyroo and youth international, when he commanded his first chief coaching role in the absence of Gary Ward at the Apia Leichhardt Tigers v Sutherland clash at Lambert Park on Good Friday.
The 23rd Kanga Cup is fast approaching and clubs are invited to nominate for the annual week-long festival of fun in Canberra, the national capital.
CALEB Nicholes was preaching to the converted on Saturday as the home crowd celebrated yet another hat-trick from the prolific striker.