We started off slow again, not playing to our potential .Its a bad habit we have to break. Second half was much better.We started to play as a team and the goals came. Good luck to all the teams tomorrow.
A very good football performance from our boys today who all played very well. A great effort boys!
Would like to say a very special thank you to the Pendo 13 div 1 team who presented our team after our match with a card and money raised from a raffle held yesterday at Binnalong for our sick player Scott who is in Hospital.
All the Pendo boys were involved in the raffle which was extremely generous and very much appreciated from all of us.
On behalf of Scott's family and our club - THANKYOU!
Was just having a look and was about to post the same thing. May be a bit deceiving the Eastern Suburbs comp. Looks like they have had a few washouts and have beaten the Maroubra team on the bottom twice but really only able to guess their strength. I guess if Pendo and CHU play like they did yesterday they should both be good chances to get thru. Lokking at Auburns score they must have gone ok too.
CHU is holding a Trivia / Benefit event this coming Saturday night for our sick player Scott. We had our annual Trivia night planned for the evening and have now turned the night into a benefit night to assist the family get through this ordeal.
Our club will be selling raffle tickets throughout this coming Saturday at Fred Caterson Reserve and encourage all to help out and purchase some tickets.
We also have some tables left at the Trivia / benefit night so if you would like to come and have a great night while supporting a great cause please contact Natalee on 0416 269 849 or email on email@example.com
All proceeds from the raffle and all profit generated from the trivia / event night is being donated to the family.
Scott is still in an induced coma in Westmead Childrens Hospital fighting the MRSA infection and our thoughts and wishes are continuously with him and his family.
Took some of the Pendle Hill players up to play in the Kings School 7 a side tournament again this year. Nearly the same squad, adding a player in place of our red headed striker. The boys won again, winning two and drawing one of their pool games. Won the semi v the Kings school, which happened to have our red headed striker from last year playing for them, in a penalty shoot out and then beating Trinity Grammar in the final in golden goal. Top day and a great way to spend a sunday. Looking a bit dodgy for a game this weekend though. Plenty of rain about.