Saturday, May 11, 2019

Saturday results - 11 May 2019

Photo:  Loic Feral heads South Hobart in to the lead against Taroona just before the interval [PlessPix]

Lakoseljac Cup Quarterfinals

Taroona 0 lost to South Hobart 5 (Feral, Van Doorne, Gorrie, Tooze, Hamlett)

Olympia Warriors 3 (Kurtz 36, Ryan 39, 46) beat Riverside Olympic 1 (Davis 59)

Somerset 0-5 University

Photo:  Riverside's William Humphreys takes a tumble under a challenge from Olympia's Ryan Cook [PlessPix] 

Photo:  Zebras' Danielle Kannegiesser,w ho scored twice in the opening half, leaves an Ulverstone opponent in her wake [PlessPix]

Women’s State-wide Cup

Olympia Warriors 8 (Chambers 8, 31, Davies 9, Pelafas 19, 35, Michael 33, Puli 49, Blackman 63) beat Beachside 0

Hobart Zebras 5 (Kannegiesser 2, Burt, Steventon pen, Hulton) beat Ulverstone 1 (Bissett)

Kingborough Lions United 5-0 University

Taroona 0-2 Northern Rangers

Photo:  Olympia's Bianca Parker challenges a Beachside opponent [PlessPix] 

Photo:  Zebras; Selina Steventon scores a penalty against Ulverstone [PlessPix]

Under-20 State-wide Cup

Olympia Warriors 2 drew with South Hobart 2
(Olympia Warriors won penalty shoot-out 3-0)

Launceston City 2-1 Devonport City

Beachside 1-1 New Town Eagles
(Beachside won penalty shoot-out)

Northern Rangers 1-1 Kingborough Lions United
(Northern Rangers won penalty shoot-out) 

Photo:  Olympia's captain Maddie Black (right) shoulder-to-shoulder with a Beachside opponent [PlessPix] 

Photo:  Riverside's Luca Vigilante (left) in a tussle with Olympia's Jacob Leaman [PlessPix]

Photo:  Two former Olympia big-name players, Harry Hages (left) and Roger Munro, at Warrior Park today [PlessPix]

Photo:  South Hobart's Tobias Herweynen (left) tries to elude a Taroona opponent [PlessPix]


Anonymous said...

Thought Riverside looked alright today except for a bad 10 minutes leading into the half... Olympia obviously took their foot off the gas in the second half but if they kept with it in the lead in to half time might have had an upset.

Interesting to see who Uni draw and how they play from here. Beat Launnie City as well as Kingborough and Clarence in pre-season. You'd think all of the sides from here in are better than them but if they get some one on a off day they might sneak into the final

Shane said...

Great to have two quality refs at Clare St in Stratos and Josh.
A great jog
thank you

Anonymous said...

I reckon Shane's taking the piss out of FFT after last week not out on Stratos and Josh as they are quality to make a point.
I believe that Eagles had to supply an AR for the reserves game against Taroona.

Anonymous said...

I made the comment last week that Uni are a good side and it doesn't matter who they play in the semi will find they are no push over.
I don't support Uni but do admire how disciplined the side is and again I repeat (FFT)I would love to see Uni in a revised NPl competition next year.
There are no reasons why the NPL can not be split like (Vic)and go to a North & South. There structure works very well due to it wasn't rushed and they took their time to make sure it works well. FFT you could learn a thing or two by visiting or even talking to Vic football about how well it works.
This is probably the simplest way to fix the under pinning structures below.
The Challenge League has been a waste of seven year of football, has it improved over this time? Does it fit in with the NPL? Does it stretch resources to the limit? Does it turn Volunteers time in to all weekend?
I would say yes to all of this but it seems to continue. The question is why?

Anonymous said...

The reason why a split NPL wont work is that you wont have the best teams playing the best teams as often. South might work , but North/North West would not.

Quality than quantity said...

Go back to eight Npl you have to keep Devonport in with southern teams to strong.put challenge teams in southern Championship and you’ll find the kids will be strong challenge sides

Anonymous said...

No Championship club want the Challenge league team in it's competitions.
if you remember this happened in the first year of NPL and what a shambles that was.
secondly Challenge can not play in the Southern Championship as there is promotion and relegation to the NPL.
10.38 you are going to have to come up with a better idea.

Anonymous said...

Challenge teams would be to good.keep them out

Anonymous said...

Who's challenge league team would be too good Clarence Kingborough. Seriously they would be flogged by the likes of Uni, Hobart united.
Some dream

Shane said...

I'm not taking the piss as suggested.
Have you ever sat down and spoken to Stratos as he explains very well his decisions and why which I appreciate as it gives me a better insight to Stratos's decision making.