Friday, 28 April 2017

PREVIEW: New-FM Northern League One Round 8


1st Grade:
Singleton Strikers (8th) v Kahibah FC (3rd)
Kickoff: 2:30pm

Singleton have endured what many would call an inconsistent start to the season. Under performing efforts in one or two games have cost them points and coach David Willoughby has been left frustrated at times by some of the errors they've produced. Consistency is the key to victory and that's what the Strikers will be looking for tomorrow.

Going forward they need a little bit more. Joe Civello is a decent attacker but the Strikers just can't seem to find the right options and create enough chances. Last week's performance against West Wallsend lacked a bit of bite so to speak as they succumbed to a 1-0 loss. The Bruzzese's (Mark and Michael) will be playing again this week in positive news for Singleton.

Kahibah dished up a pretty tame display as well last week as they fell 1-0 at home to South Cardiff. Unlike Singleton, they haven't had the chance to rest on it as they had a short turn-around to Wednesday night's fixture with West Wallsend at Kahibah Oval.

Fortunately for the Green and Blacks, they were able to sweep past Westy with a 3-0 victory. The same Westy that beat Singleton last week in a bit of irony going into this one. David Hodgson was on hand for two fairly easy goals and no doubt Singleton will look to sure things up at the back. It's a back to front performance for Singo this week, they need to solidify things and then create chances. They can ill-afford to allow Kahibah to score first.

Prediction: The Strikers will want to build Howe Park into a fortress. It's the longest road trip in the league and for years teams have feared the trip up to Singleton. Kahibah are a side that thrive on a good challenge and on paper they have a side that probably should win this one. Probably being the key word. Never guarantee a win. Not in 2017 at least.

My Tip: Singleton Strikers 1-3 Kahibah FC

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Under 23's:
Singleton Strikers (4th) v Kahibah FC (9th)
Kickoff: 12:45pm

Singleton picked up a respectable point away to West Wallsend last week and sit in fourth position. Not a bad place to be considering the circumstances. They've been fortunate to only have one game that was forced to be played midweek too. However back to back draws will have the Strikers thinking what could have been. No doubt, all three points is the aim for their 2nd home game of the year.

Kahibah 23's were slow starters in 2016 and are in the same boat in 2017. Just like Singleton, the Green and Blacks have back to back draws. Coming from 2-0 down on Wednesday night against West Wallsend showed spirit but still they were disappointed to give away a two-goal lead. Scoring the first goal of the game will be vital for either side on Saturday.

Prediction: Kahibah are a better side than sitting in 9th place suggests. Mato Demir's side have just been unable to find a victory and have been luckless at times. Jayden Demir's disallowed goal that did in fact cross the line tells the story of their season. Singleton are decent in this grade and on paper, it could be a tight one. Teams will hate the prediction but a draw it is.

My Tip: Singleton Strikers 2-2 Kahibah FC

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Under 19's
Singleton Strikers (6th) v Kahibah FC (9th)
Kickoff: 11:00am

Singleton 19's took the fight to Westy at Johnston Park last week and came away with a fairly solid 2-2 draw. James Croucher was close to winning it with five to go, firing a shot that clattered back off the crossbar. The Strikers are sitting on a record of 2-2-2 after 6 games and will want to move on from their position in the middle of the table.

Kahibah's late loss to South Cardiff left the side feeling miserable and things weren't a lot better last night as they fell 2-1 to West Wallsend at home. The Green and Blacks conceded a penalty and a costly defensive error led to Westy's 2nd. Two avoidable goals. That said, they offered little at times against Westy. A lacklustre performance yet again.

Prediction: Singleton will like their chances of bouncing back into winning form. Last fortnight's home loss to Toronto will have them gunning for a win this time round. Kahibah heads are low and they need to really pull the finger out quickly to produce results. Expect to see one or two 17's move to the Kahibah bench to fill a void left by a midweek injury or two.

My Tip: Singleton Strikers 2-1 Kahibah FC

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Under 17's
Singleton Strikers (11th) v Kahibah FC (5th)
Kickoff: 9:15am

Singleton 17's are struggling to adapt to New-FM football. A fair few of the players came from the inter district level and have so far found it tough in a few of their games to get a foothold. Defensively they've conceded a lot of goals and going forward they haven't been clinical enough. That said they will find a win here or there this year although it's more of a building year than anything.

Kahibah's 17's are an experienced side with many backing up from last year but they lack the killer instinct this season. After dropping a win against Cooks Hill in the final moments a few weeks back, they suffered a similar fate against West Wallsend last night, conceding an own goal and almost losing with two late dangerous corners causing trouble. They know they need more than that to succeed in this competition.

Prediction: Singleton have conceded 27 goals in six outings this season. It's not great reading for those in maroon and white and really this game stands as a chance for Kahibah to find their scoring boots. They need to start capitalising on their chances and this game for them is a chance to do that. The likes of Daniel Keelan and Kean Thomas will cause a lot of trouble for Singo's defence.

My Tip: Singleton Strikers 1-6 Kahibah FC

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1st Grade:
Cessnock City (11th) v New Lambton FC (4th)
Kickoff: 2:30pm

Cessnock City sit bottom of the league, a long bottom of the league, five points behind a host of teams on six points. It's not like the Hornets have been far away from getting a win, a 1-1 draw with Belswans was a game they could and should have taken maximum points from. Unfortunately for Lino Gatti, his side just lack consistency. 

They've proven at times they have some qualities about them but they've had lapses that have proven costly. Last home game they really made Cooks Hill work hard for the result but then the Hornets conceded five against South Cardiff. They need to buckle up defensively for this game against New Lambton and especially against Hamilton Olympic next week in the FFA Cup. Former Olympic player Luke Marino is a new face at Turner Park.

New Lambton's win over Wallsend showed their character once again. A side that can never be written off; it's like they thrive on their ability to come from behind and win games. Two games at Alder Park this season and two come from behind wins. The recent addition of former Kahibah goalkeeper Josh Cox will go some ways to making sure they don't trail in games. A very solid signing.

The Eagles are up against Kahibah on Tuesday in the FFA Cup so a short turn-around means they may possibly run the risk of fielding a 23's player or two against Cessnock as they have one eye on the cup. Harry Benbow is a certainty as he comes in for captain Dan Luther who suffered a collapsed lung last week. Well wishes for Luther and fortunately for the Eagles, Benbow has been impressive this year. 

Prediction: Cessnock will hopefully put up a good fight and if they play similar to the way they played against Cooks Hill then they'll probably produce a decent result. It's hard seeing New Lambton not picking up the points and some would no doubt expect a cricket score but Cessnock deserve some credit on their home turf.

My Tip: Cessnock City 1-3 New Lambton

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Under 23's:
Cessnock City (11th) v New Lambton FC (8th)
Kickoff: 12:45pm

Defence is a worry for Cessnock across most grades but the 23's also have struggled to find the answers going forward. They've only scored three goals in six games and that makes it very difficult to get results. Six straight-losses isn't exactly a surprise considering the lack of depth Cessnock have and the fact that they're relying a lot on youth during a rebuilding year. Still, the players will no doubt want to get some points on the board and each week brings a new chance to do so.

New Lambton's 23's have endured a slide down to eighth position. Last week's draw with Wallsend was an improvement on one or two losses before that but the Eagles have a lot more in the tank to offer than what they have done so far in 2017. Surely they'll be eyeing off a win over Cessnock as a chance to bridge the gap on the top half of the table.

Prediction: The Hornets need to take their chances. Goalscoring is a key component of the competition and 3 in 6 is nowhere near an acceptable return for the side. They'll need their best performance of the year to deny an Eagles side that is intent on turning its fortunes around.

My Tip: Cessnock City 1-4 New Lambton

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Under 19's:
Cessnock City (8th) v New Lambton FC (1st)
Kickoff: 11:00am

Inconsistent would be the word to describe Cessnock 19's over the last few weeks. Absolutely smashed in an 8-0 loss to Belswans and a 6-1 home loss to Cooks Hill but showing good signs with wins over Wallsend at home 2-1 and more recently a 4-1 away win over South Cardiff. No other side have such a large gulf in their form. Granted those two wins were against lower sides and not sides sitting higher up, like New Lambton.

The Eagles had their wings plucked by Thornton a week and a half ago but returned to form with a nervy 2-1 win over a luckless Wallsend side last weekend. They still sit top of the table but with an extra game played over the chasing teams, they can ill-afford a slip-up on the weekend. The quality they possess is as good as any side in the league so no doubt it'll be a tough ask for Cessnock at Turner Park.

Prediction: Cessnock's wins over Wallsend and South Cardiff show that they can produce results but their record against top five sides is less than convincing. The aforementioned inconsistency makes it hard to predict. They could lose by six, they could lose by one. One thing's for sure, it's difficult to see them winning.

My Tip: Cessnock City 1-5 New Lambton

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Under 17's
Cessnock City (6th) v New Lambton FC (1st)
Kickoff: 9:15am

Cessnock 17's have dropped to mid-table after a superb start to the season. After drawing their last game eight days ago against South Cardiff, the Hornets face the ladder-leaders New Lambton at Turner Park on Sunday morning. Their defence will be key for them in what will no doubt be a difficult test for the home side.

New Lambton are cruising in the Under 17's. Sitting on top of the league and with some good form behind them. The side have been a surprise packet and the good news for the Eagles is that they possess a fair few players who can find the back of the net. They also possess an underrated defensive line who've kept three straight clean sheets.

Prediction: The Eagles are flying high in the 17's and there's no reason they can't keep doing so. Cessnock aren't walkovers but the Eagles have the quality on paper to win this game. The defence will be very keen to secure a fourth-straight clean sheet.

My Tip: Cessnock City 0-3 New Lambton

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1st Grade Match of the Round:
South Cardiff (2nd) v Thornton Redbacks (6th)
Kickoff: 2:30pm

South Cardiff's 1-0 win over Kahibah last week was a superb result for the team and it boosted them all the way up to second on the league table. With Cooks Hill having the bye, they could go within three points of top spot with a win on Sunday. Denis Fajkovic will have his side fired up for what is another big fixture for them.

Adding to the pressure for Southy is the fact that it's their club's Old Boy's Day and many heroes of yesteryear will be in attendance to see the club try to keep this form run alive. Their only loss at home this season was a shootout loss in the FFA Cup to Belswans and in league competition, they have the best defence in the entire division, just four goals conceded in five games.

Thornton Redbacks are also flying fairly high this season. They were beaten by Cooks Hill last week in a result that was disappointing for Darrel McAllister and his side but they put that behind them quickly by dispatching Toronto-Awaba 5-2 on Wednesday night. A win here could potential thrust them into the top four.

Thornton had five different goalscorers on Wednesday night but two in particular are popping up routinely. Nathan McAllister and Jamie Subat will be two to watch for Southy's defenders whilst Thornton themselves have to be wary of the in-form Zac Tapp and unpredictable players like Troy Runge, Brett Cowling and even Denis Fajkovic who has been a big part of Southy's attacking moments at times.

Prediction: Football should be the winner here regardless of the result. Both teams are in some good form and it promises to be a fiery encounter on Old Boy's Day at Ulinga Oval. Darrel McAllister happens to be a Southy Old Boy so there's that storyline as well. It's so very difficult to pick a winner so why not a  very entertaining draw.

My Tip: South Cardiff 2-2 Thornton Redbacks

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Under 23's Match of the Round:
South Cardiff (3rd) v Thornton Redbacks (5th)
Kickoff: 12:45pm

South Cardiff were slightly lucky to leave Kahibah Oval with a point last week. The Gunners led the game but dropped off and Kahibah certainly gave them some worries. A point away from home isn't a bad thing and Southy 23's remain unbeaten with 3 wins and 3 draws. Turning those draws into wins is no doubt the key for where they're aiming to be.

Thornton's 23's were gallant against leaders Cooks Hill last weekend but fell to a 2-1 loss. Any worry of a slump went straight out the window on Wednesday night as they roared back into winning form with a 6-1 thumping of Toronto. More pleasing for Thornton is the fact they had six different scorers in that game.

Prediction: This like 1st Grade will be a closely-fought game and any Southy Old Boy's preparing to head to the 2017 Old Boy's Day should head to Ulinga early to catch this. Both teams are capable of good football and both will want to kick on after good starts to the year. Why not an entertaining 2-2 draw?

My Tip: South Cardiff 2-2 Thornton Redbacks

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Under 19's
South Cardiff (7th) v Thornton Redbacks (4th)
Kickoff: 11:00am

South Cardiff's late win over Kahibah last week saw them return to winning ways which is just what they needed after a poor midweek loss to Cessnock a few nights earlier. The Gunners lack consistency so far. Sitting 7th and with a home game, they'll no doubt want to secure a vital three points and close the gap to the top four. Southy captain Ethan Spiers is in scoring form with five goals this season.

Thornton are the surprise packet in the Under 19's. It's quiet something to see them sitting inside the top four with four wins from five games. Their last two games have seen them hand Cooks Hill and New Lambton their first losses of the season. It's still too early to talk about Thornton's potential for silverware but this side are looking quiet something at the moment. Keeping the form rolling will be their aim on Sunday.

Prediction: South Cardiff fought hard to get past Kahibah last week but their opponents on Sunday are the form team of the competition. Thornton have knocked off the two best sides in the league in consecutive games, why can't they beat a team sitting mid-table.

My Tip: South Cardiff 1-3 Thornton Redbacks

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Under 17's
South Cardiff (9th) v Thornton Redbacks (10th)
Kickoff: 9:15am

South Cardiff put up a good fight in the 17's against Kahibah last week, losing 1-0 in the end but the Gunners are plagued by a string of injuries. They had no less than three players on the bench unable to play last week and no doubt coach Brad Herring will be hoping they can start to get some players back and the remaining players can fight on for the cause. Dylan Simone did an excellent job as the fill-in goalkeeper last week.

Thornton 17's aren't fighting injury issues but they are struggling to find their best football. The Redbacks went down 4-0 last night at home to Toronto-Awaba. Defensive issues aside, Thornton 17's need to find their scoring boots. They've got to be able to lead a game from the front and the combinations going forward just don't seem to be clicking just yet.

Prediction: With the two sides sitting 9th and 10th respectively, there'll be a hint of desperation as they take the field on Sunday. Both sides are yet to win and what will play out is likely going to a tight low-scoring encounter. It'll be interesting to see who is between the sticks for Southy. They also need to find their scoring boots after not finding the net last week.

My Tip: South Cardiff 1-1 Thornton Redbacks

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1st Grade:
Wallsend FC (7th) v Toronto-Awaba (10th)
Kickoff: 2:30pm

Wallsend are suffering from what many would call inconsistency. A few sides are doing the same thing. They play good football at times and coach Chris Gallagher has been delighted with some of their performances but some mistakes and some drop-offs in games have proven costly. The defending champions sit 7th after six games.

What is worrying for Gallagher is the 12 goals conceded in those six appearances. The defensive unit the Red Devils possess will know that's not a good enough return and they'll look to lock things up at the back. Going forward Wallsend certainly have options with the likes of Ethan Coker, Matt Williams and John Olivares all causing headaches for opposition defenders at times this year. Again, it's consistency that is needed.

Toronto are having similar issues. They've got 10 goals in seven games which isn't the worst return but what would be concerning for Head Coach Adam Routledge is the 26 goals conceded in those same games. Conceding five goals  to Thornton on Wednesday, the likes of Blake Redman in goals and his defenders will be adamant on a better showing.

The Stags did down Belmont-Swansea last weekend which shows they have potential to get results but unfortunately they've been hindered by injuries and they've wasted some vital chances in front of goal. Expect Josh Bruce to be one to watch. The threatening attacker has been touted as one of the key components in Toronto's attacking lineup.

Prediction: Wallsend need to knuckle down and start producing the results. The defending champions will not want to spent too much time down in 7th position and they'll see this as a chance to bounce back to form. Toronto on a short turn-around and with injuries will be tested defensively once again. They proved the prediction wrong last week so who knows.

My Tip: Wallsend FC 4-1 Toronto-Awaba

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Under 23's:
Wallsend FC (6th) v Toronto-Awaba (10th)
Kickoff: 12:45pm

Wallsend's unexpected win over ladder-leaders Cooks Hill really gave the Red Devils some confidence in the 23's but they were unable to take three points away from Alder Park last week. John Olivares scored to secure a point away from home but they no doubt would have wanted to secure yet another three points. Still, they sit in a respectable 6th position with only one loss in six outings.

Toronto-Awaba's 23's showed a lot of fight and desire two weeks ago in their scoreless draw away to Singleton but since then, the Stags have conceded eleven goals in two games. They've bagged three goals in those two games but conceding 5 to Belswans and 6 to Thornton makes it tough. Locking up shop at the back and trying to scrape out a tight result will be the focus for the Stags.

Prediction: Toronto should be respected going forward. They have a couple of players who can cause trouble. Unfortunately it's inconsistent trouble and it's at the other end where they are a real worry. 55 goals conceded across 1st Grade and 23's after just seven rounds. The Stags need to plug those holes. Wallsend have the quality to win this. McGuire and Olivares will be ones to watch if they both play.

My Tip: Wallsend FC 4-1 Toronto-Awaba

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Under 19's
Wallsend FC (11th) v Toronto-Awaba (10th)
Kickoff: 11:00am

Wallsend's luckless run in the 19's continued midweek as they threw away a 2-0 lead to draw 2-2 with a quality Belmont-Swansea side. Ryan Mclure's penalty had Wallsend up 1-0 on Thursday night and when Jacob Rae produced a quality strike to put them 2-0 ahead, things were looking good. Unfortunately the all too familiar disappointment came back in the second half as they dropped two points. The breakthrough win is surely not far away.

Toronto 19's thrilling late win at Singleton two weeks ago saw them leave Wallsend bottom of the league but unfortunately for the Stags they were unable to keep that form going as they succumbed 3-0 to Belmont-Swansea last weekend. Gaining all three points is paramount to both teams as they look to start bridging the ever-widening gap to the top sides. 

Prediction: Make no mistakes, Wallsend 19's are probably the most underachieving side this season. It's quiet amazing how luckless they've been at times. The humiliating 8-1 loss to Cooks Hill was rock bottom, their finals hopes are already on life support and this is a game they cannot lose. Wallsend to break their drought on Sunday.  

My Tip: Wallsend FC 3-1 Toronto-Awaba

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Under 17's Match of the Round:
Wallsend FC (7th) v Toronto-Awaba (3rd)
Kickoff: 9:15am

Wallsend 17's were in midweek action on Thursday night against Belmont-Swansea and despite Ben Irwin firing them ahead, the Red Devils were unable to get a result, losing 2-1 and conceding a late goal that left them severely disappointed. The side have been good at times but inconsistency has cost them a chance to sit higher on the table. Two late losses in their last two home games and three-straight losses in total will have them fired up for a positive result.

Toronto's 17's are flying the Stags flag high after seven rounds. They sit in 3rd position and have a very strong defence. In the higher age groups, conceding goals has been a worry but in the 17's, the Stags are a hungry bunch of players keen to scrap out tight wins. Small in stature, young goalkeeper Brock Redman has been one to watch as has powerful fullback Arbi Watt. This will be a tough assignment for Wallsend.

Prediction: Wallsend 17's like the higher grades are struggling to find consistency. They've proven their worth with big wins over Cessnock and Singleton but to build a platform for success, they really need to find results and losing two straight home games due to late goals isn't helping their cause. That said, Sunday is a tough test. Toronto are a solid side and are building quiet some form. Expect a tight game either way.

My Tip: Wallsend FC 1-2 Toronto-Awaba

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1st Grade:
Belmont-Swansea (5th) v West Wallsend SFC (9th)
Kickoff: 2:30pm

 What a difference a week can make in football. After a big win over New Lambton on Good Friday, Belswans kept the momentum rolling with a thrilling shootout win in the FFA Cup against South Cardiff. Their form was brought to a halt last week as they fell to a 4-3 loss to Toronto-Awaba.

The game, played at Westy's Johnston Park saw Belswans' chances hindered as Steele Harvey was sent off. Josh Rufo's side just couldn't get the job done with ten men. They'll know that a win on Sunday will put last week's loss in the past fairly quickly. They certainly won't want to dwell on it too long.

West Wallsend were good value in their 1-0 win at home over Singleton last weekend in a result that restored some confidence in the Bluebells. Unfortunately they lacked in the final third as they fell to a 3-0 midweek loss to Kahibah F.C. Gary Rowe will be disappointed with the result but happy with a more disciplined Westy over the last two games.

The Bluebells will be no doubt fatigued on the short turn-around and will need to provide a bit more bite in the final third if they want a result out of this game. Ryan Cole is often touted as a key man but Dom Langowski is also fairly vital for the Bluebells and even Jarrod Olivieri who'll look to help create combinations from the middle of the park to the attackers.

Prediction: West Wallsend as mentioned lacked the clinical touch against Kahibah during the week and it's hard to see them turning it around so quickly. Belswans have an extra few days rest and they'll be chomping at the bit to get back to winning ways.

My Tip: Belmont-Swansea 4-1 West Wallsend

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Under 23's:
Belmont-Swansea (2nd) v West Wallsend SFC (7th)
Kickoff: 12:45pm

Belswans 23's sit in 2nd place but have struggled some weeks to produce the football they want to play. Last week's 5-2 win over Toronto doubled their goal tally and put them on a positive goal difference for the first time since Round 1. Three 1-0 wins show that this side have the belief to win the tight games. Ben Parmenter in goals is a big help towards that.

West Wallsend were disappointing in the second half in their midweek game against Kahibah on Wednesday. Leading 2-0 in the 30th minute, an own goal in the 34th minute invited Kahibah back into the game and the Bluebells were fortunate in the end to leave with a point. A third-straight draw will have them fired up to get all three points at Blacksmiths on Sunday.

Prediction: Both of these teams tend to be involved in low-scoring fixtures so it'd be no surprise to see only one goal in it or even another draw. The ladder positions show Belswans as the favourites but Westy cannot be written off in this grade. Another low-scoring draw is a very likely option.

My Tip: Belmont-Swansea 1-1 West Wallsend

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Under 19's Match of the Round:
Belmont-Swansea (5th) v West Wallsend SFC (3rd)
Kickoff: 11:00am

The Grand Final rematch is on at Blacksmiths Oval this Sunday. Belmont-Swansea were at Westy last week to face Toronto and scored three to see off the Stags. Midweek they came from 2-0 down to take a point away from The Gardens against a desperate Wallsend side. Matt Ellis and Lachlan McMaster picked up the goals and no doubt all three points at home is the target for Sunday's fixture.

West Wallsend need no introduction to Belswans. They were beaten in the decider last year and that's more than enough reason for the likes of Josh Knight and James Barnes to want revenge. Westy's 2-1 win last night over Kahibah should have been more so no doubt, finishing chances will be the centrepiece of their game plan on the weekend. Having Josh Knight back after missing the game will help as will a potential return at the back for Cooper Smith.

Prediction: The defending champions Belmont-Swansea have already met the top two sides in the competition and both times it finished 2-2. Maximum points against 3rd place West Wallsend will really see them kick-start their season. Beating Cessnock and Toronto is one thing, this is another. Westy lacked the killer instinct last night whilst Belswans are known to take their chances. They might just edge this one.

My Tip: Belmont-Swansea 3-2 West Wallsend

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Under 17's
Belmont-Swansea (8th) v West Wallsend SFC (2nd)
Kickoff: 9:15am

Belmont-Swansea's 17's slide down the table was finally stopped with a fairly solid 2-1 comeback win over Wallsend on Thursday night. Two Under 15's players proved the difference with Hayden Langholz and the in-form Blake Gorton would help out their older teammates. No doubt a relief for coach Will McMaster to see his side scrape out a win.

West Wallsend will be on a short-turnaround as well after playing on Thursday night. The Bluebells showed a lot of fight to draw 1-1 with Kahibah in a game they very well could have won. An own goal in the 76th minute saw them level and they almost took all three points late on. Jarrod Crawford was the star for Westy, fighting hard to win the ball every time and providing a lot to the cause.

Prediction: Expect a fiery encounter. Belswans seem to pick up cards here and there and Westy are always a fairly physical side. A card-happy and inconsistent referee here would be the worst result. As for the game, Westy have the better players on paper and will be looking to return to winning form.

My Tip: Belmont-Swansea 1-3 West Wallsend

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