Tuesday, September 10, 2019

Friendly - 10 September 2019

Photo (L-R):  South Hobart captain Hugh Ludford, assistant referee Monty Piesse, referee Nathan Coad, assistant referee Tony Peart, fourth official James Hamilton and Central Coast Mariners captain Matt Simon [PlessPix]

(Friendly, Lightwood Park, Kingston, Tuesday, 10 September 2019)

South Hobart 1 (B Lakoseljac 52) lost to Central Coast Mariners 4 (M Simon 27 pen, 49, 50, T Oar 55)

Att:  500   Ref:  N Coad

Photo:  Tasmania;s goalscorer Bradley Lakoseljac (third from left) is congratulated by Loic Feral, while Ben Hamlett (No.11) is congratulated by Kasper Hallam for the assist.  Kobe Kemp, who tested Mariners keeper Mark Birighitti on one occasion with an excellent shot, is on the left, while the Mariners' Dylan Fox (No.16) assesses the damage. [PlessPix]

Photo:  The Mariners' Michael McGlinchey (left) shields the ball as South Hobart's Ben Hamlett approaches [PlessPix]

Photo:  Sam Berezansky, one of South Hobart's best players, sprints past the Mariners' Joshua Nisbet.  Berezansky showed superb skills and on more than one occasion turned defenders inside out. [PlessPix]

Photo:  Rival coaches Ken Morton (South Hobart) (left) and Central Coast Mariners' Alen Stajcic [PlessPix]

Photo:  An interested spectator at tonight's game was Jack Reilly, the Socceroos goalkeeper at the 1974 World Cup Finals in West Germany.  Reilly, who was once on the Football Federation Australia Board, now lives in Tasmania and is sometimes at local NPL games. [PlessPix]


Anonymous said...

Spot on Walter. Sam B was a bit slow getting into the game but in the second half he was fantastic with great skills and constantly outplaying the defenders. Pretty impressive for a 16 year old.

Brian Young said...

Jack Reilly, from Dundee.