Sunday, March 31, 2019

Lower-League football results - 31 March 2019

Photo:  Brighton Storm's fullback Ben Smith shuts down a Beachside attacker [PlessPix]

Southern Championship 2

Phoenix 0-0 Kingborough Lions United

Olympia Warriors 3-0 Hobart Zebras

Photo:  A Brighton Storm attacker is airborne as he puts all his energy into a shot against Beachside [PlessPix]

Southern Championship 3

Brighton Storm 3-3 Beachside

Metro 0-0 Southern FC

Photo:  Glenorchy Knigjts' Ivica Bolonja (left) awaits the outcome as a team-mate and a Brighton Storm attacker engage [PlessPix]

Southern Championship 4

Metro 3-2 New Norfolk

Phoenix 4-4 Kingborough Lions United

Photo:  Glenorchy Knights' James Sherman heads the ball clear against Brighton Storm as team-mates Robbie Huigsloot (partly obscured), Walter Koblenz and Tommy Huigsloot (No.28) watch [PlessPix]

Southern Championship 5

Brighton Storm 0-11 Glenorchy Knights

DOSA 3-3 Clarence United

Photo:  Action from Clarence versus DOSA at Weily Park today [PlessPix]

Southern Championship 6

Phoenix 5-4 University Bombers

Photo:  Clarence United have all their 'ducks' in a row.  Their defenders stream out of defence as a DOSA player wins possession. [PlessPix] 

Photo:  A DOSA player seems hypnotised by the ball as a Hobart United defender approaches [PlessPix]

Photo:  DOSA's Richard Korn seems to be thinking 'Left or right?' as he prepares to take on a Hobart United opponent [PlessPix]

Photo:  Metro's Jim Brown (right) takes on a New Norfolk opponent [PlessPix]

Photo:  Metro goalkeeper Neil Biggar, who didn't want to be hassled for autographs by fans after the game, clears the ball against New Norfolk [PlessPix]

Photo:  Metro's player-coach Jayden Wiggins tackles a Southern FC opponent [PlessPix]
Photo:  A Southern FC players clears as Metro's Simon Land moves in [PlessPix]

Photo:  Metro's Terry Kent clears against Southern FC as team-mate Darrin Chaffey (right) watches [PlessPix]

Photo:  Southern FC win this heading contest in the game against Metro today [PlessPix]

Photo:  Referee Greg Balmer keeps an eye on proceedings in the Metro versus Southern FC game today [PlessPix]

Photo:  Action from the Metro versus Southern FC 0-0 draw today [PlessPix]

Photo:  Beachside's goalkeeper about to scoop up a Derwent Storm shot [PlessPix]

Photo:  Brighton Storm on the attack against Beachside [PlessPix]

Photo:  Glenorchy Knights' Tommy Huigsloot on the attack.  Earlier, he scored a superb goal as Knights won 11-0 against Brighton Storm. [PlessPix]

Photo:  Glenorchy Lnights' Michael Kerschbaum in a heading duel with a Brighton Storm opponent [PlessPix]

Photo:  Glenorchy Knights' Walter Koblenz stretches for the ball [PlessPix]

Photo:  DOSA's Eugene Rosenzweig, who is usually refereeing, shows his footballing skills while in possession against Clarence United [PlessPix]

Photo:  A fight for possession in the DOSA versus Clarence game [PlessPix]


Anonymous said...

Nice to see Clarence get a result.

Anonymous said...

hmm interesting to see a guy who has got NPL gametime this year, and is named on the NPL team sheet nearly every week, playing in the lowest possible division of southern football in an 11-0 win. You'd feel a bit hard done by coming up against that as a new Brighton player, ah well, balancing social football is a pretty difficult job, but it does suck getting drilled like that..

Unknown said...

Unfortunately for Brighton it was pretty much a team scraped together by registered players who didn't play a game that week. Not all league expected 4 players were registered in time for the start of the season. There were a few league 2 players as their roster was not finalised in time and did not play, as well as James.

Benjamin Smith said...

Thanks for coming along to the lower league games Walter very much appreciated. Great photography.

Anonymous said...

Clarence U/15 4 S E Utd 3

Saturday practice game

Anonymous said...

Under 15 practice game

Clarence 4 S E Utd 3

Saturday last

Anonymous said...

Alot of teams drop high div players to bottom divs, metro are The woret for it.

Anonymous said...

Most teams with higher div teams will drop players when they are short. Some do it even when they have a full team. Including metro

Anonymous said...

u/15 result

Clarenbce 4 S E Utd 3