Sunday, April 14, 2019

Sunday results - 14 April 2019


Photo:  Declan Brown oputs Knights ahead against Zebras with a penalty [PlessPix]

NPL Tasmania

Hobart Zebras 2 (Jade Clay 46 og, Mathew Sanders 67) drew with Glenorchy Knights 2 ((Declan Brown 13 pen, Nick Naden 65)

Photo:  Knights keeper Dmitri Nester challenges Zebras' Mathew Sanders to a cross [PlessPix]

NPL Tasmania (As at 14 April 2019)

TEAM
P
W
D
L
F
A
Pts
Devonport City
7
7
0
0
25
1
21
Olympia Warriors
8
6
1
1
26
6
19
South Hobart
8
5
1
2
30
6
16
Hobart Zebras
7
3
4
0
28
7
13
Glenorchy Knights
8
3
2
3
19
16
11
Kingborough Lions
7
2
0
5
13
20
6
Launceston City
7
1
2
4
13
14
5
Riverside Olympic
6
1
0
5
4
20
3
Clarence United
7
0
0
7
0
59
0

Photo:  Aerial battle between Zebras' Matthew Pace and Knights' Jade Clay [PlessPix]

Challenge League

Hobart Zebras 1-2 Kingborough Lions United

Glenorchy Knights 0-7 South Hobart

Southern Championship 3

Huon Valley 3 (J Ramirez 31, 90, B Parker 76, og) beat Brighton Storm 1 (T Gill 32)

Photo:  Knights' Mathew Nowicki runs into the back of Zebras' Jan Charuza.  Was this a penalty? It was given. [PlessPix]

Photo:  Nowicki is stretchered off.  He was taken to hospital by ambulance but tonight was reported to be okay. [PlessPix]

Photo:  South Hobart's Jake Pullen can't stop Knights' Tom Sherman getting a pass away in tonight's Challenge League match.  The floodlights went out in the 68th minute with South leading 4-0 and it took 15 minutes for the lights to come back on so that the game could resume. [PlessPix]

Photo:  South Hobart on the attack against Knights [PlessPix]

Photo:  Zebras' Nicky Edwards can only watch as Knights' Tyler Harrison leaps for the ball [PlessPix]

 

17 comments:

Anonymous said...

Draw probably correct score both had chances.zebras to me seem better when walsh & hey full backs or wing backs defense always look tighter

Anonymous said...

When will the knights reveal their ring in / fly in for the Good Friday Laka Cup Match.
Hobart just can't keep a secret.

Anonymous said...

I always respect your opinion and work that you do for football in Tasmania Walter, however, I would urge you to watch the video footage of the penalty which I suggest would clarify your description of Nowicki running into the back of Charuza and questioning whether it was a penalty. It was a very late, reckless and dangerous challenge which was lucky not to have resulted in a red card in my opinion.

Anonymous said...

Once again, Stratos' inconsistency is shown. 2 weeks ago against South Hobart, George Hallard is sent off after only making 2 fouls, each resulting in a yellow card. Jan Charuza for Zebras yesterday made a terrible challenge which sent Mathew Nowicki to hospital, arguably a red card challenge on its own - then made a further 2 fouls from behind before committing another high foot/kick to Rowan Heggie without a second yellow? Consistency is all the players and fans ask for from a referee, this is why they get so much criticism because they change their interpretations from game to game which is extremely frustrating.

Anonymous said...

Agree 1 for Devonport game Xmas tree
Hey charuza little Walsh
Yonerawa muller Dillon
Nick. Pace
Sanders.

Anonymous said...

Knights continually unlucky with injuries after Nowicki going off and should imagine he will be doubtful for this Friday. Current injury list: Jack Kupsch, Alex Bellini, Tom Bellini, Tom Young, Callum Brown, Mathew Nowicki.

Anonymous said...

Some of the results this year suggest we have a few problems of a serious nature developing. There’s clubs conceding double figure defeats and other sides struggling with numbers at the top level and even clubs pulling out of competitions due to numbers. Pity this great game seems to be falling apart.

Anonymous said...

Zebras don’t seem to have hunger required to win anything. Have been
that way for years and this year no better. They muck about
with the ball at the back and then when told to play forward they just jump
it long to a 50/50 contest at best.
Poor to watch and will not win anything again

Anonymous said...

Love to know how that challenge was a red card. He was playing the ball wasn't a deliberate attempt to injur Matt. Look at laws

Anonymous said...

59 goals against in 7 games. WOW. Can't believe they were accepted into NPL.
Clarence are not good.

Lights on no one home said...

Cos Fft tas worse federation in the country.
Board clueless

Anonymous said...

Driving home from work last Thursday and thought I would have a look and see how many at New towns training and bugger me dead there were I would say 40 plus players there.
A comment above about clubs scratching for numbers. All you can say is what is going on in football.
New town is a reasonable club but I didn't think it was attracting numbers.

Anonymous said...

Obviously your a whinging knights supporter. Boooohooooo

Anonymous said...

If you happen to see some of the photos that were taken of the incident it is clear as day. Challenge was late and studs first high boot. Red card all day long.

Anonymous said...

wasnt the boot that made contact with Matt's head was body ! seemed a genuine and reasonable approach to the ball when the forward launched himself at the ball and was airborne when his head collided with hip region of the defender. Referee only had one viewing and made what is probably the correct call.

Anonymous said...

Yeah agree - yellow was right call - good officiating.

Anonymous said...

At least there was a whistle this time. No whistle was heard when Hill went down again vs Zebras and again with Stratos Refereeing.