Manly United vs Hakoah Sydney City East

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Manly United vs Hakoah Sydney City East
KICKOFF
ROUND 05
SUN 10TH APRIL 2016
CROMER PARK 1ST GRADE 3PM
FROM THE CLUB
MATCH PREVIEW
FIXTURES
MATCH REVIEWS
TEAM LISTS
VS
MANLY UNITED FC
HAKOAH SYDNEY
CITY EAST FC
FROM THE CLUB
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ood afternoon and welcome to Cromer
Park, players and supporters from
Hakoah FC.
In what promises to be an enticing Sunday
afternoon clash on the northern beaches,
both teams will be desperate to secure
three points.
Adam Parkhouse is United’s player to watch
this afternoon.
The left winger has enjoyed a strong start
to the year and his combination with
skipper Brendan Cholakian is developing
each round.
Paul Dee’s Manly United squad have been
inconsistent thus far this campaign.
Also look for goalkeeper Dylan Mitchell to
have a strong display between the sticks.
They were brilliant on home soil in round
three, hammering Parramatta FC 5-1.
The gloveman bleeds for the Manly cause,
and would nothing more than three points
and a clean sheet.
Yet last Saturday they came crashing back
to earth, with a Robbie Younis double
resulting in a 2-1 loss versus Bonnyrigg.
Not much is known about today’s
opposition, but in right back Lee Jones they
have an x-factor, especially from set pieces.
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TEAM LISTS
MATCH PREVIEWS
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FIRST GRADE
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Hakoah has proven themselves as tough competitors
ast week’s comprehensive 5-1 thrashing of
Parramatta FC has kickstarted Manly’s season and
this season and it will not be an easy task for Manly.
this round Paul Dee’s team are determined to keep
Keep an eye on young Manly striker Dejan Pandurevic
its winning form alive against competition new boys
who has impressed so far this season.
Hakoah Sydney City East.
S B #
NAME
S B #
1 MITCHELL
Dylan
2 PAULL Kieren
3
LOBB Jamie
4 OUGHTREDTravis
5 WILLIAMS Rhys
6 GALLAGHER Sam
7 COOPER Travis
8 FERGUSON Dom
9 MILOVANOVIC Dane
10 CHOLAKIAN Brendan
11 PARKHOUSE Adam
12 GALLAGHER Henry
13 ADELI Shervin
14 PANDUREVIC Dejan
17 SIM Nathan
18 BRAGG Daniel
19 SARIC Daniel
22 GIVERINLuke
31 WHITLOCK Dylan
Coach: Paul Dee
Assist Coach: Bob Catlin
Manager: Ida Rigoni
NAME
Anthony
1COSTA
Remy
2WOLANSKI
3
BLUMBERG
Dylan
Brad
4WALKER
5 BOWDEN-HAASE Nathan
Jeremy
6BUTNARU
7 AKIL
Hussein
Paul
8ORGAD
Neil
9JABLONSKI
Deklan
10GILMARTIN
11RAE
Gavin
12 ABBOTT
Steven
Michael
13 RANDALL
Lee
14JONES
15 BANDUR
Jacob
16 ANDRICOPOULOSCosta
Jordan
17MUNDELL
Aaron
18D’MELLO
19CUTRI
Domenic
Matthew
20MCKENZIE
Ilan
21KESSLER
Bradley
22KARPIN
Coach: Mark Robertson
Assistant: Alex Robertson
Manager: Brian Ree
1ST GRADE - PLAYSTATION 4 NPL NSW MEN’S
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Referee: Kurt Ams
Assistant Referees: Danny Horstead & Jack Bell
4th Official: Adam Vainauskas
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TEAM
P
W
D
L
F
A
GD
PTS
1
Blacktown City FC
4
4
0
0
14
7
7
12
2
Sydney United 58 FC
4
3
0
1
10
4
6
9
3
Bonnyrigg White Eagles FC
4
2
1
1
7
6
1
7
4
Rockdale City Suns FC
4
2
1
1
6
5
1
7
5
Blacktown Spartans FC
4
2
0
2
6
9
-3
6
6
APIA Leichhardt Tigers FC
4
1
2
1
5
3
2
5
7
Sydney Olympic FC
4
1
2
1
6
7
-1
5
8
Manly United FC
4
1
1
2
7
6
1
4
9
Parramatta FC
4
1
1
2
4
10
-6
4
10
Hakoah Sydney City East FC
4
1
0
3
6
8
-2
3
11
Wollongong Wolves FC
4
1
0
3
6
8
-2
3
12
Sutherland Sharks FC
4
1
0
3
6
10
-4
3
5
TEAM LISTS
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TEAM LISTS
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20’S
27Brandon
29James
28Mitchell
34
Edward
25Alex
26Charlie
30
Todd
32
Matt
36
Rory
23
Hamish
31
Nathan
37
Sheldon
16Sipan
24Aiden
18’S
LE MAY
KAIN
ROOKE
RINALDI
PARTRIDGE
BAKER
BALNEAVES
ZANON
SPIERS
GALBRAITH
SEPAROVIC
TWEEDIE
BERTI
HANCOCK
Coach: Andrew Christianson
Assistant Coach: Milos Malatenic
Manager: Ida Rigoni
24
RichardBLANCO
40
RyanBLUMBERG
25
LukeBURKE
23
Andre
DE JONG
26
JonathanDIMOPOULOS
27
JordonHAYHURST
29
HarryJONES
28
AndrewKARABATSOS
30
CameronKEMP
31
KevinLOPES
32
EmilioMANOS
34
BradPAIKIN
38
DavidPOULSEN
35
LachlanROVERS
39
NickSULLIVAN
36
LiamTHOMAS
37
GeorgeVAGERAKAS
Coach: Donato D’Agrosa
Assistant: Patrick Darvill
Manager: Les Paikin
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
17
Will
Alec
Joshua
William
Harry
Quinton
Jacob
Tal
Rhys
Samuel
Sean
Daniel
Jamie
Jesse
Lewis
Emanuel
CARTER
VINCI
FLETCHER
MARTIN
SOMERS
CHENG
CABAN
WEINER
VORILLAS
PASLIS
ELDER
GURD
GLOVER
PIRIZ
YOUNG
FERREIRA HONORIO
Coach: Frank Gigliotti
Assistant Coach: Jason Bennett
Manager: Lynette Martin
1Jacob
2Nathan
3
Connor
4Marcus
5Mitchell
6
Finley 7Satchel
8Nathaniel
9Peter
10Andre
11Osman
12Asha
13
Jordan
14Orlando
15Scott
16Gidon
SAYLE
HANCOCK
SHADDOCK
PLATANIOTIS
KNIGHT
HAYHURST
KOLT
SHARPLEY
SKANAJ
BIVIANO
KHALED
PHILLIPS
SWIBEL
NORMAN
BEATTIE
ZIMERMAN
Coach: Mark Gannon
Assistant: Jason Conroy
Manager: Brennan Sharpley
PREVIEW
B
lacktown Spartans were not the only side to see their
perfect start to the season unravel on the weekend
in surprising fashion with Andrew Christiansen’s Manly
United going down to Bonnyrigg White Eagles away
from home.
It was the first setback of the season for Manly who
have begun the year in attractive style but fired a blank
against a well-organised and hungrier Bonnyrigg.
but other players came to the fore for Hakoah in their
first draw of the season with Brad Paikin and Emilio
Manos netting their debut goals of the campaign.
A Hakoah win would see the side leapfrog Manly
United on the ladder and after such a positive start to
the year Manly will hope to respond to their first loss
of the season with nothing other than three points at
Cromer Park.
Hakoah Sydney City East have lost and drawn their last
two fixtures after consecutive wins on the bounce and
with both sides staking their claim as title contenders
this season they will be eager to cement their push
with victory this weekend.
Richard Blanco has been in good form for the Dino
D’Agrosa coached side with three goals from his
opening four games. The forward wasn’t on the
scoresheet this weekend against APIA Leichhart Tigers
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The PlayStation 4 NPL NSW Women’s competition
kicks off this weekend in what is already promising to
be the closest season in many years.
Teams have been working tirelessly over the last few
months, gearing up for what should be an exciting
year of women’s football. The Marconi Stallions have
returned to the top flight, while Central Coast was
relegated.
SYDNEY UNIVERSITY SFC VS EMERGING JETS
The champions are back and open up round one
at Sydney University Football Ground against the
youngsters from up the coast, Emerging Jets. After
taking out the Preseason Cup comfortably, Heather
Garriock and her teams thirst for silverware keeps
growing. Scoring an incredible 19 goals in six games they
have already sent warning signs across the competition.
With Hannah Bacon pulling the strings in midfield and
Stephanie Ambrose already in full flight, teams will need
to be at their best to stop captain Elizabeth Grey’s girls.
The Jets had a solid first season in the top flight, pulling
off some great results along the way. They’ll look to
improve from last year’s 7th place and possibly sneak
their way into the finals series. Their patient build up
play is one of their greatest assets, by tightening their
defence, they will be hard to beat.
ILLAWARRA STINGRAYS VS MANLY UNITED
One of the toughest matches on opening day see’s the
Illawarra Stingrays entertain Manly United at JJ Kelly
Park.Serial slow starters we aren’t quite sure what to
expect from the South Coast side in the opening rounds.
On Preseason Cup form, the Stingrays have somewhat
struggled to find the back of the net. Nevertheless, a
side with the attacking quality they possess, such as
arguably the most potent attacker in NSW women’s
football history, Michelle Carney, should not be
underestimated.
Manly United did ever so well last year, cracking into
the top four but falling at the first hurdle in extra time
to eventual winner, Sydney Uni. Gwynne Berry will lead
Manly again this year and will look to advance his side’s
exciting football to the next level. Remy Siemsen could
be the difference on Sunday with the youngster finding
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her feet well with the big girls so far. The two couldn’t
be separated in their Preseason Cup match, splitting the
points in a 1-1 draw. There could be revenge in the eyes
of Stingrays players on Sunday as it was Manly who had
finished a point ahead of them last season.
MACARTHUR RAMS VS NORTH WEST SYDNEY KOALAS
At Lynwood Park, last years Premiers, Macarthur Rams,
take on the North West Sydney Koalas. The Koalas did
fantastically well to reach the Preseason Cup Final but
were outdone by a classy Uni outfit. A strong start is
what the Koalas will be after and with Natalie Tobin
commanding the side from midfield and Tara Andrews
at the point, they will be key for the girls in yellow. The
Rams should never, ever be judged on their Preseason
Cup form and really come into this one with a question
mark over them. One thing is for sure, the Koalas will
need to be well aware of the Rams’ attacking presence,
in particular through Leena Khamis.
Tightening their defence will be number one on Norm
Boardman’s agenda, having conceded nine goals in five
games. With veteran Renee Rollason marshalling the
Rams from midfield once again, a side with so many ex
and current Matilda’s, as well as W-League players will
be hard to beat.
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The Institute have a wise head at the forefront, with
no other than Craig Foster leading them in 2016. His
side’s are renowned for playing fantastic, possession
based attacking football and despite their age will give
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MARCONI STALLIONS VS FOOTBALL NSW INSTITUTE
At Marconi Stadium we will be watching the top tier
of women’s football again as the Marconi Stallions
welcome the Football NSW Institute. Stephen Neligan’s
girls will be up for this one and will hope to get their
2016 campaign off to a bang by cementing all three
points. With a respectable Preseason Cup campaign
under their belts, they’ll be itching to go Sunday. With
Jodie Bain back in the sky blue, as well as the always
dangerous Helen Petinos, the Institute will need to be on
their toes from the first whistle.
Paul Costantini will be as pumped as ever for the new
season to get underway with young star Tara Pender
leading the line. Spencer Prior leads the Mariners into
the new season as they look to finally break into finals
football. Ariella Cabezas will be a threat from midfield
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FIRST GRADE
ROUND 4
Bonnyrigg White Eagles 2 - Manly United FC 1 at
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Hakoah Sydney City East 0 - APIA Leichhardt Tigers
FC 3 at Hensley Athletic Field
Bonnyrigg White Eagles has survived a second half
fightback from Manly United to secure a narrow 2-1
win in its PlayStation®4 National Premier Leagues
NSW Men’s Round 4 clash at Bonnyrigg Sports Centre
on Saturday.
IT has taken four weeks but APIA Leichhardt Tigers
has finally found its groove.
A first half brace to Robbie Younis was enough for
the Brian Brown coached side to claim all three
points but home fans were forced onto the edge of
their seats as a determined Manly United went close
to snatching an upset.
A goal to Dejan Pandurevic gave the visitors a sense
of hope in the final stages of the match but it proved
to little too late as Bonnyrigg clung on to secure all
three points.
The John Carnevale coached side has cruised to a 3-0
win in its PlayStation®4 National Premier Leagues
NSW Men’s clash with Hakoah Sydney City East at
Hensley Athletic Field on Saturday.
A first half brace to Tasuku Sekiya and a second half
goal to Nick Olsen provided the goals for APIA against
a competitive but at time sloppy Hakoah Sydney City
East outfit.
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CROMER PARK
South Creek Rd, Dee Why
ROUND 01
VS Sutherland Sharks FC
SUN 13TH MARCH
0-2
ROUND 03
VS Parramatta FC
SUN 27TH MARCH
5-1
ROUND 05
VS Hakoah Sydney City East FC
SUN 10TH APRIL
15:00
ROUND 07
VS Rockdale City Suns FC
SUN 24TH APRIL
15:00
ROUND 09
VS APIA Leichhardt Tigers FC
SUN 8TH MAY
15:00
ROUND 10
VS Sydney United 58 FC
SAT 14TH MAY
19:00
ROUND 13
VS Sydney Olympic FC
SAT 4TH JUNE
19:00
SUN 19TH JUNE
15:00
ROUND 17
VS Wollongong Wolves FC
SUN 3RD JULY
15:00
ROUND 19
VS Blacktown Spartans FC
SUN 24TH JULY
15:00
SUN 14TH AUGUST
15:00
ROUND 15
VS Bonnyrigg White Eagles FC
ROUND 22
VS Blacktown City FC
Fixtures subject to change.
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