Fees need to be finalised

We were blessed with a beautiful day for last weekend’s soccer with a hint of spring time rearing its head.
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Many players felt the heat and parents were sporting armfuls of abandoned jumpers and jackets.

A reminder to any parents that have not finalised their outstanding fees to do so this weekend.

About 10 per cent of players have not paid fees which puts a strain on the club and is unfair on the players who have paid.

Just another note to all team managers about the game sheets.

If you are not filling them in with attendance and who scored goals we cannot give the kids the credit they deserve.

A lot of kids look in the paper for their names when they know they have played a good game.

Your comments and your accuracy in recording all the information you can is very important for our players. Please try to fill in the sheets as much as you can.

Trial dates for Western branch teams for October 2013 State Titles for Under 12 and Under 15 Boys Wednesday August 21 at 6.15pm.

Under 12/14/16 Girls Tuesday August 20 at 6:15pm. All trials at Jack Brabham, Orange for the upcoming state titles being held September 23-27 2013.

Under 12 Boys are being held in Wagga Wagga while the Under 15 Boys are on the Central Coast and the Under 12/14/16 Girls in Shoalhaven Heads.

All players to bring ball, drinks, boots, joggers and training attire. Players are asked to register their intent to attend the trials by emailing [email protected]南京夜网.au with the following details.

Player Name

Address

Mobile Phone Number

Email Address

Date of Birth

Preferred Playing Positions

Hummel size (shirt and short)

Any questions please contact Andrew Fearnley [email protected]南京夜网.au 6332 559, 0419 617 312.

For any further information please don’t hesitate to contact Jody Chester on 0434 871 378 or myself Kate Smith on 0448 453 878/6845 3878.

Last week’s games report:

Under 6s

Blue Rangers (B) 4 defeated the Ghostly Devils (C) 0.

The warm weather took it out of the Devils but they played a great game anyway. Rangers’ Cody Conn (3) and Freya Conn (1) were on fire.

Cattle dogs (G) 8 defeated the Silver Bullets (3) in a fantastic game.

Well done to Jo Clarke for her praise of the opposition on the game sheet.

Great example of awesome sportsmanship. Charlie Poole (2) and Abie-Lee Berney (1) scored for the Bullets and the rest showed much improved defence skills. Jack Mills (7) and Cooper Ross (1) hit the mark for the Dogs and, according to Jo, some great talent was shown on the field.

Purple Thunder (A) 3 defeated the Red Devils (D) 1 in a fun game.

A beautiful start by Alex Graeme and great defence by Jess McClure (1). Johnny Taylor (2) struck again for the Thunder. Brock Uney (1) shot again for the Devils and Austin Evans and Katie and Charlotte Ivey worked hard all game.

Tremendous enthusiasm was shown by both teams in the Lions’ (L) 0 match against Nanima Ninjas (H) 8.

Eliza Scott and the Hill boys played with heart all game but had a hard run against the shooting talent of Ninjas Callee Black (7) and Bailee Toomey (1).

Well done to the Kangaroos (K) 2 who turn up every week with only three players.

Good on you guys for never losing heart. Thanks to the Bulldogs (E) 6 who helped them out with players. Ky Runciman (3), Finley Mason (2), and Amelia Sullivan (1) hit the mark for the Dogs and the team showed good sportsmanship sharing their players.

What a magnificent game by the Tigers (F) 2 and the Rockstars (2).

Two great teams who played hard and fast all game. Shaun Mason (2) shot superb goals for the Tigers and Lawson Burn (1) and Amelia Cameron (1) shot one each for the Rockstars. Have to mention that Deacon George took a brave hit and Ash Kennedy ran his little legs off all game.

Under 8s

Green Lanterns (F) 0 were defeated by the Flaming Dragons (10).

Will Deshon led his team of ladies bravely once again and they all showed very good defence skills. Josh McClure (8) dominated the goals for the Dragons and Bridgette Carney (1) and Caleb McClure (1) backed him up.

The Masons were on fire this week with Max scoring, Airlie scoring 3 and Demi Owens (1) adding to the score for the Flames (D) 8 in a good game against the Buffalos (E) 1.

Harry O’Donnell (1) shot for the Buffalos and Will Dimmick and Georgina Hodgkinson played well in goal.

Purple Pumas (B) 2 defeated the Blue Bulldogs (C) 1 in a good, fast game.

James Bradford (2) shot two great goals for the Pumas and Lochlan George displayed most improved skills. Marrissa Stanley (1) shot for the Dogs and they showed awesome passing and defence skills.

Under 10s

A close game for the B Team (B) 1 and the Buffalos (C) 0 played in good spirit.

Well done Piper Keirle (1) for scoring the only goal. Great keeping by Mitchell Whale and Jayden Fox. Rhys Conn, Cody Wotton, and Charlie Edwards played with all heart all game for the Buffalos.

Our little battlers the Aussies (E) 0 played hard against the Smurfs (D) 5.

Thanks to the Aussies for sharing players in a show of true sportsmanship. Conner Wilkin (5) shot spot-on for the Smurfs and Roudy and Jorga had a top game.

All Stars (A) 0 went down to Nitro (F) 1 in a close and competitive game that was great to watch.

Robert Gilbert continues to shine for Nitro and pocket rocket Dano Keirle put in a huge effort.

Clay Kennedy displayed some fancy footwork. The Woldhuis boys were awesome in goal for the All Stars and Alistair Hardwick and Nick Redfern exhibited amazing skill for their age.

Under 12s

All Stars (D) 3 defeated the Socceroos (C) 1 in a tight game.

Craig Wheatley (1), Jo McClure (1) and Georgia Knight (1) shooting the target for the Stars, and Sophie Everingham and Josie Lees had a great game. Kate Hennelly played great attack. Will Eather shot for the Roos and Chris Taylor and Lachlan Kelleher had a top run all game.

Sharp Shooters (B) 0 were defeated this week by the A Team (A) 4 with both teams showing marked improvement in passing and teamwork.

Will Edwards (2), Ryan Miller (1) and Jeremiah Wilson (1) striking for the A team and all players controlling and passing the ball well. Shooters were down numbers but played well and Rebecca Dutfield, Jacqui Ryan and Kate Parkes all played hard. Sol Kennedy and Elizabeth Morley were top in goal.

Opens

The A Team (A) 4 tied with the Red Backs (B) 4 in a good friendly game.

Sam Birbles (1), Sam Frankham (1), Ryan Goninan (1), and Rhianna Sutherland (1) all shot well for the spiders. Tyrone Bateman played a good hard game. Oluwadamilare Karreem (1), George Morley (1) and Brad Reid (2) hit their mark and Jemma Turner had a fantastic game.

Wellington Phoenix (D) 2 defeated Blue Thunder (C) 1 in a top game with the heat making everyone run out of steam.

Aaron, Molly and Mat played hard all game for Phoenix. Makeylee played her best game all season and Rowan, Jacob and Tara showed excellent team play all game. Goals by Rowan Gersbach (1) and Mat Dutfield (1).

Good goal to Tom Redfern (1) for Thunder and Aiden Carr and Brit Naden played well.

Wellington Warriors

Warriors U13s dominated SASS Lunar Chicks this week recording a strong

6-0 win. Warriors were short on numbers, fielding only 10 players but still managed a strong performance. Ryan Miller was named ‘man of the match’ this week. Warriors13s have now cemented their place in the semi finals.

Warriors 15’s were defeated 6=1 by DCR Rangers with Rhianna Sutherland’s second half performance in goals outstanding yet again. Keelie Blackhall, Jayden Vernon and Gabby Eather worked tirelessly ever giving up.

All Aged Dubbo Competition

The all aged women are coming home strong in the back end of the season with an 8 nil win over Orana Silver Spurs currently in third place on the ladder.

The all aged men’s division 1 team went down to top of the table team Dubbo FC 1 5-1. Putting in strong performances with only 11 men to start. It was nil all until 30 seconds to the half time whistle with Dave Grant making a spectacular save backwwards into the air. Second half saw Ngahla Talbot capitalise from the defence’s mistake crossing it into an injured Brad James to find the mark. They lost a player due to injury struggling on with 9 and a half men with determination and spirit.

All aged Men’s two team had a two nil win over Orana Silver Spurs, with Tom Redfern and Ethan Brien both scoring for Wellington.

Wellington Carnival

Wellington Reds put in a great performance winning the U12s division of the local 6-a-side carnival.

Wellington finished the competition rounds in 4th place and went on to narrowly defeat Gulgong GD in the Semi-final and down Dubbo City Rangers 2 goals to 1 in the Final. Congratulations to Hamish Poole, Caleb Petrovic, Tatum Roberts, Ryan Miller, Will Edwards, Gavin Rich and Charlie Wilson on a great performance.

South Dubbo Wanderers took out the U14s division and Cowra won the U17s

This Weekends Draw – Saturday 2013

Under 6’s

11.30am Fld 1:Cattle DogsG v LLions; 11.30 am Fld 2:

Ghostly DevilsC v KKangaroos; 12 noon Fld 1: Red Devils

D v JRockstars; 12 noon Fld 2: Bulldogs E v I Silver Bullets; 12.30pm Fld 1: Tigers F v H Nanima Ninjas; 12.30pm Fld 2: Blue Rangers B v A Purple Thunder.

Under 8’s

11.30amPurple PumasB v FGreen Lanterns; 12.15pm Blue Dogs C v E Buffalos; 1.00pm Flaming Dragons A v D The Flames.

Under 10’s

11.30amThe B TeamB v FNitro , 12.15pm Buffalos C v E

The Aussies; 1.00pm All Stars A v D Smurfs.

Under 12’s

11.30amA TeamA v CSocceroos, 12.30pm Sharp Shooters B v D All Stars.

OPENS

11.30amThe A Team A v CBlue Thunder; 12.30pm Red Backs B v D

Wton Phoenix Wellington Warriors.

Under 11’ -– Saturday 17th August

NEWTOWN SAINTSVWELLINGTON WARRIORSLC7B 2:45.

Under 13’s

SASS GALAXYVWELLINGTON WARRIORSLC 42.45.

Under 15’s

WELLINGTON WARRIORS vWESTSIDE PANTHERSWELL2.30.

All Age Women’s – Sunday 18th August

WELLINGTONVDFC BRAHMA BULLSWELL9.00; WELLINGTON AAM1 V DUBBO FC 2 WELL 11.00; WELLINGTON AAM2 V NEWTOWN DEVILS WELL 1.00

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