Competitions

NPL Results – Sat 30 March ’19

April 3rd, 2019

U13’s MNC 2 v NCF 2
NCF goal scorers: Issac Frewin-Davison and Jack Lemair
NCF came out strong and confident in the first half, holding position and creating goal scoring opportunities, while defending rigorously and building an attack throughout the field. The odd shot and a free-kick from outside the box weren’t enough to threaten Mid North Coast’s (MNC) goalkeeper. With continued pressure from NCF, the team finally put one away! NCF continued to dominate the play and were successful in scoring the second half. MNC continued to put NCF under pressure, resulting in two fast consecutive goals, however, NCF were able to fight them off with resilience and commitment!

U14’s MNC 1 v NCF 2
After a week of soul searching following the Lambton results from last week, NCF’s U14’s found themselves on the backfoot early. Some scrappy defending saw NCF concede a goal after 40 seconds to go, one down. They settled in well from there though, fighting hard to lead 2-1 at half time. Jacob Meakins putting Nick Sweeny in for the equalizer and a fantastic strike from Jesse Cameron just minutes later followed some great work from Noah Searle in the midfield. The second half was a tense affair. NCF defended well and played some nicely structured football. Plenty of chances were created, however, the man of the match performance by Mid North Coast’s goalkeeper saw the match finish at 2-1.

U15’s MNC 2 v NCF 8
NCF’s U15’s defeated MNC 8-2 at Port Macquarie on Sunday. NCF led 5-0 at half time and dominated throughout the game. Passing well and keeping the ball at their feet led to many opportunities. Both Christian Mirindi and Jarrett Power-Casson scored hat tricks, whilst Baden Rees and Jacob Field scored one goal each.

U16’s MNC 0 v NCF 8
NCF’s U16’s defeated MNC 8-0! The team played some great football, showcasing their teamwork skills and drawing on each other’s confidence to play a controlled, disciplined and patient passing game, from start to finish. This pressure meant that NCF were sitting at 5-0 at half time! This allowed Wesley Scutton (Coach) to play the team in various positions throughout the second half, giving the players invaluable experience that will be beneficial as the season progresses. Noah Armstrong stood out among a great team effort, Charlie Alderman, Zane Skrtic kicked three goals each, and Angus Wearn chipped in with two goals.

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