Catch up game last night at Bathurst st. Greystanes 1-3 Parra City. Stanes led one nil early and could have had a second. City missed a penalty at 1-0 nil down before equalising before half time. Parra City went on with the job in the second half with 2 nice goals. Great effort by the Greystanes boys to push City all night.
Post by Kaiser Chief on May 21, 2012 14:59:37 GMT 10
Kellyville 0 - Parra City 8. Started with 10 players and ended up with only 9. Defended well for first 20min, but with fatigue starting to set in, mistakes began to appear. Slip up in mid field allowed a free run and cost us the first goal, 2nd came from penalty after hand ball in box. Good rest at half time but then all down hill from there, well done to Parra who played some good football. Hopefully this marks our lowpoint for the season and hopefully things start to improve.
Was very proud of our team today with their effort and they never gave in.
We scored about five minutes into the first half and led the match until a few minutes from full time. A 10 - 2 free kick count against us did not help and with only a few minutes to go a free kick was given to Auburn not far outside of the box and after a scramble in the box they scored a goal.
A game our boys thoroughly deserved to win but they can hold their heads up high with their effort.
Well done boys!
Last Edit: Jun 9, 2012 17:52:17 GMT 10 by CurveBall
Greystanes 4 Pendle hill 0. Greystanes dominated for long periods with the last goal involving six players, a heap of passes, 2 volleys and a header. Pendo were unlucky at one nil with a chip from halfway that hit the bar.
Our boys today started a little flat and struggled all game to play the football that we know they can play.
City played the better football and probably deserved their win however their goal should not have happened as our sweeper was blatantly pushed in the back off the ball which led to the goal - the referee missed it.
Not a good day for injuries either, one player taken to hospital and has a broken arm, another player taken to hospital after the match with a suspected broken wrist, luckily just badly sprained and another with a badly hurt ankle.
The game was played in great spirits as both teams created opportunities and passed the ball nicely. It was a much improved performance from the Rams, however we spurned far too many golden opportunities, as we tried to walk the ball into the net.
As the game looked destined for a draw, Kellyville scored a lovely goal with a gret shot from outside the penalty box.
Well done to Kellyville for the fantastic spirit, I know their coach was very pleased with their performance. The Rams boys, just need to believe in themselves and start converting their opportunities.
Well done to both teams for a very clean game, played in great spirits