Sunday, January 17, 2010

Beachside victorious over Olympia in friendly


Division One club Beachside beat Premier League outfit Olympia 2-1 in a practice match at Wellesley Park this morning.


Bernhard Klasen and Sebastian Milford were Beachside’s marksmen.


Kim Barker was the referee.

47 comments:

Pixel 40 said...

oh no Olimpia in trouble already

wth said...

not as much trouble as your English ...

Anonymous said...

Not a bad game to watch. Beachside controlled the game for the first 80 minutes and looked very strong in the back 3 before tiring and conceeding a late one. Olympia played with good pace but lacked some midfield grunt and creativity. Some very experienced beachside players showed some of the younger Olympia players how to keep possession and let the ball do the work. Good luck to both teams for the season.

Coxy said...

what were the line-us?

Pixel 40 said...

Wth

ouch did I touch a nerve LOL

Anonymous said...

Did Crosswell play for Beachside?

Anonymous said...

From what I saw Coxy alot of young kids for Olympia....no Tsakiris boys, no Nester, no Bulis......I think Lee Mason and Hugh Richardson played, they were the only 2 players that I recognised from last years squad....Looks as if the younger players will need to earn their stripes to have any chance of the club challenging for trophies.....have heard rumours that the Tsakiris brothers may not be playing anymore.....big blow to the club losing both, they would be like part of the furniture down there, seems that Olympia could do with their experience.

John P.

eightball said...

rumour round the campfire is hay rang up jono ladic to see if he was willing to put on the blue strip, but after reports of ladic looking overweight in a south friendly against sth melbourne, he may think twice

insider said...

look for olympia to raid the knights fringe players and reserves. ben peters, chalky russell jayden wiggins all likely to go as kelly will never give them a look in due to personal differences

eightball said...

insider- your just about on the money, i was coming back to just confirm that my last statement wasn't a rumour. actual confrimation. out of that motley crew you mentioned, jack marsh has also been linked with a training session with clarence, to escape the clutches of eamonn

Anonymous said...

I beleive Jayden Wiggins has trained with Metro FC the last couple sessions so maybe a move is on the cards for the player's mentioned above.

eightball said...

metro will have to make room in the changerooms for pilly, and find a partner for laserbeak.

the priest said...

All this result suggests is that Beachside have benefitted greatly from their 3 practice hitouts with Sth Hobart. Far too early to write off Chris Hey's first year in charge - he's too good for that.

8Balls, even an overweight Jon Ladic would be welcome at any SPL team not just Olympia.

Anonymous said...

Personal differences? I can't see any of those players leaving Knights. Chalky is no more than a decent reserves player, Wiggy too careless with the ball and Ben Peter just plain unlucky to lose his spot to an arrogant child.

eightball said...

the benny peters saga i agree with- i believe the personal differences should be pointed to eamonn kelly. abuses his players, doesn't reward them with solid training and performance, yet gets enraged when one of the players consider looking for gameplay elsewhere

porky23 said...

A certain div 1 coach did contact corey smith to play for his club but corey stated- "if i left knights- they'd lose!"

Anonymous said...

I have it from a good source that there is no chance in hell of the Tsakiris boys retiring this year. They will both play an important elder statesmen role in the rebuild of Olympia this year.

Cahill said...
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Anonymous said...

cahill, the first goal came off the far post, across the face of the goalmouth where Klasen was on hand to tap in.

olympia handed a lesson yesterday.

they'll need the tsakiris boys back, especially peter.

Cahill said...
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Anonymous said...

he may be waiting for adam powell to leave first.

Anonymous said...

Is there friction between P Tsakiris and A Powell?

Cahill said...

which comes first?

Anonymous said...

Cahill what do you mean? which came first?

Anonymous said...

First goal was definitely an own goal! I was there and saw it. Beachside attacker missed a simple header from a cross and pushed it straight into the post. The ball deflected to the opposite side of the goals where it was unfortunately kicked in by Jayden Hey whilst attempting to clear it.

Anonymous said...

would that make it his first goal in senior football then?

Anonymous said...

Would hardly think an own goal or any goal for that matter in a scrimmage of 3 x 30 minute halves of football in January here in Tasmania would constitute a "senior goal in football"

Cahill said...

which "comes" first. My comment was in realtion to Anon 12:33

Powell leaving or Peter coming ...

Cahill said...

too many anons. Can't you guys find a tag???

the priest said...

Hear hear Captain..er...I mean, Cahill - get a tag and a life you anonymous slackers

hairymclairy said...

jackson marsh to clarence for two pair of shoelaces

eightball said...

surely marsh could go for a whole pair of boots. others to include him there may be his former teammates from a different code include the cat colgrave, big al, g kearney, b marsland, mick thomas and nathan nugget morley

Anonymous said...

Kenny morton approached Peters to play with south but was told he won't leave because he loves Eamonn bagging him and doing everything for his club, so morton invited next best thing from knights in Tatnell. Apparently Tatnell is training with South.

Anonymous said...

hmmm....someone doesn't like alex tatnell...or ken morton. wasn't tatnell back at knights training last week?

Anonymous said...

apparantly Nugget morley wont be able to play as he did his back trying to help his dad un bog his car

Keepin' It Out said...

wats with everyone baggin tatnell. kid can play yo

Captain said...

the priest is on to me ...

Johnson said...

Tatnell is ordinary, Ben Peter should be no doubt playing in goal at Knights. Olympic will no doubt have both tsakiris' on board but doubts around goalkeeper nester as to whether he has committed yet or not. Whispers Fletcher Tracy back and signing again with Olympic!

Red said...

Keepin it out... Is that you Tatts? Lol fairy.

Anonymous said...

who is Olympic? Ahh yes Sydney Olympic sorry...

eightball said...

fletch will no doubt walk right into any senior squad- but- the ex iso stalwart is headed to nelson with his his little cronies in tow, he is relishing the chance to play with nobbits, boney bob and cliff

the priest said...

I doubt even Tatts couldnt see that a move to South Hobart would open doors for him - to U19's football that is! sorry Alex

BTW happy new year Captain - hope to catch up soon

eightball said...

the priest and the captain sitting in a tree..... the man with a 100 names

the priest said...

8Balls - not quite right - 2 men with 50 names each...

Anonymous said...

I thought the score was 3-1?

Captain said...

you thought wrong ...

Anonymous said...

Olympia, what a joke. Sonds like the Committee have not change much, still full of excuses. They should get ready for relegation "no hope this year boys"