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The Courier SPORT Wednesday, May 20, 2015 – PAGE 9
The Adelaide Hills Hawks
Under 17 soccer team
travelled to Newton to play
against Campbelltown City
last Friday night.
It was a cool night but thankfully the
rain held off for what was an exciting
match with captain Zac Luck leading
the Hawks to a solid victory.
The Hawks were lucky in the
opening minutes when Shaun Veale
returning from injury – was forced
into a goal line clearance, while other
great defence came from Hudson
Siegfried and Daniel Masefield.
Ko Monday was the first to score
20 minutes into the match together
with two more great attempts before
The battle continued with many
great tackles from both teams as
Hills maintained its 1-0 leeway at the
The second half started with a
brilliant save by Hawks ‘keeper
Will Kidman who was a force to be
reckoned with the entire game – not
letting anything past him.
Other players in defence who
offered great support were Drew
Downing, Shaun Veale, Riley Bucco
and Jake Howe.
Piers Lewis, Thomas Yeardley and
Thomas Prosser were a strong
midfield trio to start the second
half against a strong Campbelltown
Ko Monday scored another goal,
bringing the score to 2-0 midway
through the second half.
The Campbelltown players kept
up the hard work and had another
attempt on goal but proved no match
for the Hawks defence.
Jase Quinlan and Aaron Banks
were a solid support for the attacking
Hawks team with Macca Hyder
finishing off the win by scoring the
final goal to complete a 3-0 victory
for the Hills teenagers.
Stirling Districts Division 1 women
defeated their South Adelaide
Panthers Division 1 opposition 3-1 in
last Sunday’s Round 2 Cup encounter.
Playing South Adelaide on its home ground
was always going to be a tough contract for
Stirling, however, the game started brilliantly for
the Diamonds with two goals in the opening 15
A glorious ball from Lauren Mather found left
winger Izzy Lukins, who cut back past a defender
and scored with a solid shot into the top corner.
Stirling’s second goal again came from a
through ball from Mather which found Hannah
Custance in the centre forward position.
Custance slotted it between the defender and
‘keeper to set up an early 2-0 advantage to the
Stirling continued to dominate possession,
with defenders Holly Carroll, Jess Blunt, Ostara
Nandori and Mahalia Booth-Remmers sending
the ball straight back into the forward half.
Diamonds ‘keeper Carli Tielen kept alert and
shut down any chances early, and despite two
close chances on goal from Stirling, the score
remained 2-0 at half-time.
A pep talk from the coach lifted Stirling again,
and early in the second half the Diamonds took
the score to 3-0.
The goal came from midfielder Tina Cantwell
after a scramble in the box.
Soon after a brilliant ball from a Panther’s
midfielder allowed their centre forward to slip
one past Tielen.
This gave the Panthers the lift they needed, and
they were determined to get back into the game,
however, a surge from midfielders Alice Gorman
and Izzy Pryor, and fresh substitutes Rosie
Jarvis-Lemm and Ash Fairhead, lifted Stirling in
The Diamonds hung tough over the remainder
of the match to win by two goals.
Stirling now progress to the quarter finals of the
competition, hoping to repeat the Cup victory
success of 2014.
Cup win for Diamonds
STIRLING WOMEN SOCCER
Under 17 girls
A sunny afternoon at Bradwood Park found Stirling
Districts Under 17 girls hosting Hahndorf.
The game started evenly with both teams having
chances, but excellent defending from Hahndorf’s
Erin Pottharst and Maya Westbury, and Stirling’s Zoe
Witowski kept both teams even.
The first goal was scored from a penalty well struck
by Anna Ford which passed Hahndorf ‘keeper Violet
Spanner to make it 1-0 at the break.
The second half was a different story with Hahndorf’s
Zoe Smith equalising within the initial 10 minutes.
Nadia Maxwell’s persistent run forward was
rewarded by scoring Hahndorf’s second goal shortly
afterwards to make it 2-1.
Smith continued to add another three goals to her
tally before the game was finished.
Many other goal chances were created by
Hahndorf’s Shelbourne, and combined with great
defence from the Severin sisters and Angelina
Bottin’s midfield creativity, the visitors secured an
impressive 5-1 victory.
Continued from Sport 8
Adelaide Hills Junior Soccer Association...2015 Under 12 Cup winner...Strathalbyn...
(rear from left): Henry J, Harry Vrabec-Lyons, Jesse Mepham, Taylor Fatchen, Ethan
Woods, Mitchell Loizi and coach Gerard Cobiac. Front: Marc Pahl, Ruby Cobiac, Ella
Wilson, Alex Twartz, Asher Cobiac and Luke J.
Adelaide Hills Junior Soccer Association...2015 Under 17 Girls Cup winner...
Woodside...(rear from left): team manager Trish Owen, Rosa Hannaford, Azumi
Nishizawa, Jordana Shillabeer, Meg Littler, Hannah Wall, Lily Hannaford, Mali North
and coach Will Hannaford. Front: Madeline Lind, Kate Owen, Briannah Fowler, Triniti
Warren, Holly Snooks, Alice Hannaford and Rose Mason.
Adelaide Hills Junior Soccer Association...2015 Under 16 Cup winner...Woodside...
(rear from left): coach Sam Banks, Eddi Hyder, Benjamin March-Feltham, Thomas
Gebbie, Aaron Banks, Riley Banks, Michael Bonner and team manager Sue Banks.
Front: Braden Schoall, Declan Zeibarts, Cai Rees, Jase Quinlan, Jackson Liersch and
Adelaide Hills Junior Soccer Association...2015 Under 14 Cup winner...
Bridgewater...(rear from left): team manager Des Kidman, Finn Sanderson, Joel
Baron, Harry Anderson, James Ide, Zac Quihampton, Toby Nichols, Josh Kidman
and coach Will Kidman. Front: Brennan Cowan, Henry Kidman, Ashleigh Moseley
and Kael Thomas.
Adelaide Hills Junior Soccer Association...2015 Under 13 Girls Cup winner...Stirling
East...(rear from left): Victoria Robinson, Elena Savva, Jessica Coombe, Aimee Lacey,
Libbi Nutt and coach Steve Cooper. Front: Tegan Doe, Laura Bellido, Ella Callaghan,
Loui Savva, Anasts Savva and Ana Penck.
Images courtesy Anita Kerr.
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