MATCH HIGHLIGHTS: Action from the Round 5 NPL 2 NSW Men's clash between Newcastle Jets v Central Coast Mariners Academy played at Lake Macquarie Regional Foo...
Defending and keeping rather suspect.MATCH HIGHLIGHTS: Action from the Round 5 NPL 2 NSW Men's clash between Newcastle Jets v Central Coast Mariners Academy played at Lake Macquarie Regional Foo...www.youtube.com
Again poor defending and keeping.MATCH HIGHLIGHTS: Action from the Round 6 NPL 2 NSW Men's clash between Central Coast Mariners Academy v St George City played at the Centre of Excellence, T...www.youtube.com
Cahill looked good, reminded me of a young Duke. Aoul did well with his goal.MATCH HIGHLIGHTS: Action from the Round 7 NPL 2 NSW Men's clash between Central Coast Mariners Academy v Hakoah Sydney City East FC played at Pluim Park with...www.youtube.com
He's already proved what he is capable of in NPL1 at Marconi - that's why he came here. And don't downplay SD Raiders - they are quite a useful side - coached by Nicky Carle and containing players with experience from WSW, APIA, Marconi. The goalkeeper who Tsekenis put 2 past quite comfortably is one of the most experienced in the league - and probably the only one in NPL2 with Champions League experience (albeit OFC Champions League!).Tsekenis was outstanding on Saturday - such a shame that its NPL2 - you cant really judge him.
Hugely important one this Sunday at Pluim. CCM have a chance to put some distance between ourselves and Northern Tigers, who are only a point behind us but have the bye this weekend. St George FC make the trip up knowing that they need 3 points to remain within touching distance of the top 4, with only 3 rounds to go until finals.
Matthew Cahill has been red hot for CCM, leading the race for the NPL2 golden boot with 8 goals in his 8 appearances; ably supported by Tsekenis, McCarthy, and Katsoulis who each have 4 of their own.
St George have the ever-dangerous Manni Gonzales leading the line - he has 4 goals to his name this season. Bruno Pivato and Paolo Mitry also bring a lot of quality in the middle of the park for St George.
Academy matches at Pluim have been nothing if not entertaining this season; all told there have been 20 goals scored in the last 3 matches we’ve hosted there.
Get down there if you can - top of the table and with just 2 games left at Pluim, the boys have got a good shot at silverware this season!