Sunday, May 9, 2010

Sunday results

Photos (Top to Bottom): Davies scores the opener for Kingborough; South Hobart on the attack against the Lions; Liam Scott takes a throw-in for South as the two coaches look on; South keeper Sam Kruijver goes for a cross; Kruijver blocks a Lions shot; Lions' Greg Freeman (left) tries to get past South Hobart's Shae Hickey; Referee Nino Mele awards a free-kick to DOSA against Hobart United at KGV Park today (the match was switched to this venue from Pontville at very short notice) [PlessPix]

Forestry Tasmania Southern Premier League

Kingborough Lions United 1 (Davies 25) lost to South Hobart 4 (Roach 27, Hickey 37, Downes 45, Lo 68)


Kingborough Lions United 0-4 South Hobart


Kingborough Lions United 1-3 South Hobart

Southern Division One

Hobart United 6 (J Otto 3, P Otto, S Rume, I Gwolo) b DOSA 2 (G Ali, M Longshaw)

University 3 (J Proud 2, own-goal) b Metro 0


Hobart United 2 (N Deng, A Ntumba) lost to DOSA 3 (K Dermody 2, D Reid)

University 4-1 Metro (Balmer)


Metro 2-5 Beachside

Hobart United 2-4 New Town Eagles


Anonymous said...

just thought i would let you know that under 15 boys beat southern FC, in div 1

Alan said...

Weekends Division Two Results
6. Round
Saturday, 08/05/2010 14:30 University Dynamo - Kingborough Lions 1:1
Saturday, 08/05/2010 14:30 Southern FC - Glenorchy Knights 3:4
Sunday, 09/05/2010 14:30 New Town Eagles - Olympia Warriors 3:4
Weekends Division Three Results
7. Round
Saturday, 08/05/2010 10:30 University Wanderers - Huon Valley 1:4
Saturday, 08/05/2010 12:30 University Bombers - Barnstoneworth 3:0
Saturday, 08/05/2010 12:30 Taroona - BeachSide 2:1
Saturday, 08/05/2010 12:30 Olympia Warriors - Clarence United Black 0:2
Saturday, 08/05/2010 14:30 University Players - Kingborough Lions 3:5
Sunday, 09/05/2010 10:30 New Town Eagles White - Clarence United Red 2:2
Sunday, 09/05/2010 12:30 New Town Eagles Red - Clarence United Spirit
Sunday, 09/05/2010 14:30 Nelson Eastern Suburbs - Glenorchy Knights 3:3

Spectator said...

looks like uni are starting to hit their stride in div 1 now. i think they are now coming second, so watch out beachside

I'm Back said...

Very good Uni on Sunday against Metro. Big, strong,tall and pretty skilled. Metro boys (and I mean boys), had nothing to be ashamed of. Never threw in the towel at any stage, never made excuses, just got on with the job. In the end those bigger bodies and experience were just too much to overcome on this occassion.

Reckon the kids would have learnt a lot from the game and can look forward to continuous improvement for the rest of the year.

Anonymous said...

@ I'm back

have to agree, whatever the past criticism of Metro youth policy, it was clearly in evidence on Sunday- a young team with heart took it up to uni and could have scored on several occasion, looks good for the future if they can keep the motivation up

Anonymous said...

walter did u do a match report on south vs kingo?

Walter said...

Anonymous (7.18pm), I haven't done the report yet, but I will. Cheers!

Anonymous said...

Metro future does not look bright, does not have a youth team apart from the under 19 in either boys or girls leagues. A big drop from the past five years when they had youth teams going interstate and youth players touring with Vic teams overseas. What's happened there!!!!

Anonymous said...

wouldn't have said metro could have scored on many occasions - they missed a penalty and had probably three or four legitimate shots. having said that it was very enjoyable to watch and the game was certainly contested and played in good spirit. uni's ball movement and experience got them home in the end. an issue worth raising is the quality of the umpiring - really really average. and the same umpire two weeks in a row is a bit rough for uni there.

Anonymous said...

yes i agree great game to watch between uni and metro. could of been a different story had luck gone metro's way but was a very good game to watch, on a diff day it could easily of finished 3-0 to metro.

Anonymous said...

metro did a good job, someone correct me if im wrong but besides wiggins and gaspirin the whole squad was below 21 on sunday, certainly something to look forward too for metro.

The Realist... said...

Anonymous @ 9.13pm -

The club youth policy and future at Metro FC looks a lot brighter than it ever did.

The "She'll be right Digger" attitude and his mates, have left.