Sunday, August 9, 2020

Sunday results - 9 August 2020

Photo:  Action from today's Olympia versus University Women's Super League game at Warrior Park [PlessPix]

Women’s Super League

Olympia Warriors 9 (Olivia Bomford 4, Innocent Michael 2, Bonnie Davies, Maddie Chambers, Leah Gubb) beat University 0
[HT:  5-0]

Photo:  Olympia's Charlotte Chambers (right) comes to teh assistance of a team-mate in today's game against University [PlessPix]

Kingborough Lions United 2 (K Bonertz-Benn 20’, A Ollington 89’) lost to South Hobart 7 (P Djakic 3’, N Moutsatsos 7’, 36’, 48’, E Fader 18’, 41’, C Ingram 68’)
[HT:  1-5]

Photo:  Olympia's Hannah Johnson (left) takes on a University defender [PlessPix]

Women’s Southern Championship

Taroona 4-0 Clarence Zebras

Photo:  Olympia's Madison Chambers on an attacking run against University today [PlessPix]

Photo:  Action from today's Metro versus South Hobart women's match at North Chigwell [PlessPix]

Photo:  A Metro attacker with a South Hobart opponent in pursuit [PlessPix]

Photo:  No sign of any work at North Chigwell as yet [PlessPix]

Photo:  Metro clear the ball upfield against South Hobart [PlessPix]

Photo:  Impressive ball control by a Metro player against South Hobart today [PlessPix]

Photo:  Clarence Zebras women's coach, Chris Hey, and his assistant, Adam Powell, watch Olympia in action today.  Clarence Zebras play Olympia Warriors next weekend. [PlessPix]


Anonymous said...

Zebras travelled with only twelve to the coast which included a few fringe players. If they turn up with a full squad they should win the league quite easily. That said we’ll done Ulverstone as you can only play who turns up.

Anonymous said...

Worrying that the leading team in Tasmanian women's football can only scrape together 12 players, and elsewhere we have 9-0 and 7-2 scorelines.

Anonymous said...

Agreed, certainly a worry. A regional competition might be a better option in the long run. Very embarrassing to turn up with the bare minimum in what is supposed to be the top league.

Anonymous said...

I think the WSL is doomed poor coverage compared to the NPL FFT coverage average at best let's be real here .

Anonymous said...

August 12, 2020 at 10:12 AM
Bet you think the mercury is the only source of news in tasmania. Clearly you don't look hard enough as there is plenty out there.

Anonymous said...

WSL is a distanced second to the NPL gee you FFT media people need a shake up asleep at the wheel.