Our girls Wellington Western Youth League team have crept into equal first position after the third round winning their last four games our girls are starting to click together and are excelling in the competition.
They unfortunately miss out on representing western in the country cup over the long weekend, due to the for and against.
With another round to go on June 17, in Cowra, taking out the youth league is in their sights. It is a hard task ahead playing the joint leaders on their home turf, but our girls have made everyone notice them.
Strong players who have already played are still being used in the under 8s and 6s, please follow the rules. Unfortunately I need to reiterate last weeks column to remind managers to use other players from the opposition as everyone needs to develop their game and it is a great opportunity for less dominate players to be involved. We are a club and all players should be given a fair run and given some opportunities to be more involved.
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Nanima Ninjas (I) 10 defeated the Bulldogs (J) 1 in a great game from both teams.
Lions (L) 4 defeated the Tiny Terrors 0 with the Lions playing well.
The Leprechauns (A) 2 were defeated by the Panthers (G) 3.
Rockets (F) 3 defeated the Knights (B) 1 in a great fame with goals to Comets Sam Burbage (1), Abbey Kiss (1) and Demi Owens (1).
Devils (C) 3 defeated the Comets (E) 0 in a game full of energy despite the bitter cold. Nate Bradford (2) and Lochlan George (1) were strong in attack for the Devils.
Kangaroos (K) 0 were defeated by the Blue Tongues (H) 5 in a great effort for the Kangaroos. Blue Tongue’s skills continue to improve.
Scorpions (C) 4 defeated the Red Flames (B)2in a game full of great skills from both teams.
Mad Dogs (F) 5 defeated the Blues (A) 3, with mad dogs defending well in cold windy conditions. Thank you Ash Conn for refereeing with Blues Preston Conn (2) and Charlotte Boland (1) scoring.
Stripee Strikers (E) 0 were defeated by the Buffalos (D) 2 Stripee Strikers held up well against the Buffalos.
Blue Fire (B) 2 defeated Purple Ferrari (C) 1, seeing Blue Fire’s Kiara Sulllivan having a great all round game.
Wellington Tigers (A) 1 defeated Argentina (F) 0, with everyone putting in a great effort.
Red Dragons (E) 0 were defeated by Ozzies (D) 1 in a hard even match with some great defence from Ella James and Georgie Saunders.
B Team (B) 2 defeated Purple Flames (D) 0 in a great team effort from the B team, who passed the ball well.
Bumble Bees (C) 3 defeated the Chelsea (A) 2 seeing Bumble Bees Brianna Trappett (2) attacking well with Bridgett Campbell and Heidi Parkes strong on the park.
Green Machine (D) 5 defeated Skittles (B) 4 in a great game displaying great sportsmanship from everyone.
Sea Eagles (A) 3 were defeated by the Black and Gold (C) 4, in a hard game with lots of good sportsmanship from both sides.
Wellington Warriors Under 10s
The under 10 Warriors had a tough away match seeing them pull their defence together in the second half against SDW Crusaders.
Wellington Warriors Under 13s
Wellington Warriors 13’s defeated RSL Tigers 10 nil in a strong attacking performance, seeing the goals shared amongst the team with Noah Dorin (2) Charlie Wilson (1) Yamirra Talbot (1) Claude Lewsam (1) Joe McClure (2) Sam Birbiles (1) Aiden Carr (1) Ryan Miller (1) and Henry Ponder (1) all having plenty of shots on goals.
Wellington Warriors Under 17s
The Warriors under 17s had a two all draw with SDW Titans in a tough clash seeing the Warriors pull together as a team.
Western Youth League Girls under 14s
Wellington defeated Mudgee 3-2 with Rhianna Sutherland (2) and Indianna Asimus (1) strong in attack being well supported by Malina Skelly, Yamirra Talbot, Keelie Blackhall and Allana Comber.
Wellington defeated Lachlan United 1 nil in an outstanding performance from the defence line of Yamirra Talbot, Gabby Eather, Arlie Clout and Malina Skelly who worked tirelessly the entire game who kept Lachlan’s strong attack at bay during the first half.
The hero of the day was our number one goal keeper Rhianna Sutherland who saved a spectacular spot shot in the back end of the first half and saved countless goals that snuck passed out tiring defence in the second half,
All Age Mens
The Wellington Lions had a 13 nil win over Westside Chizen, seeing them clearly holding second place on the ladder.
This weekend’s draw for Saturday, June 2.
o 11:10- Nanima NinjasI v H Blue Tongues, parent referee.
o 11:30- Devils C v L Lions, parent referee.
o 11:50- Kangaroos K v F Rockets, parent referee.
o 12.15- Leprechauns A v E Comets, parent referee.
o 12:40- Knights B v D Tiny Terrors, parent referee.
p 1pm- Bulldogs J v G Panthers, parent referee
o 11:30- Scorpions C v D Buffalos, parent referee.
o 12:15, Stripee Strikers E v F Mad Dogs, parent referee.
o 1:pm- The Blues A v B Red Flames, parent referee.
o 11:3 Purple Ferrari C v D Aussies, parent referee.
o 12:15- Red Dragons E v F Argentina, parent referee.
o 1pm- Wellington Tigers A v B Blue Fire, parent referee.
o 11:30- Chelsea A v D Purple Flames, parent referee.
o 12:30- Bumble Bees C v B The B Team, parent referee.
o 11:30- Sea Eagles A v D Green Machine, parent referee.
o 12:30- Busy Bees C v B Skittles, parent referee.
Wellington Warriors Saturday June 2
o Under 13s Wellington Warriors v RSL Lions, Wellington, 2pm.
o Under 17s Wellington Warriors v SASS Meteors, Wellington, 2pm.
Wellington Lions Sunday June 3
EDU v Wellington Lions LC4, Dubbo, 1pm.
See you all at the soccer.