Monthly Archives: August 2020

Herald WPL:Newcastle Olympic take on New Lambton in Round 7 catch – up game

Newcastle Olympic WPL are involved in a Round 7 catch – up match tonight and tomorrow against New Lambton. If people can attend and support our teams during these games, it would be great.

Tuesday 1st September 2020 at LMRFF Speers Point:

U17s kick off at 7:30PM

U14s kick off at 5:45PM

On Wednesday 2nd September 2020 at Alder Park Lambton:

First Grade kick off at 7:45PM

Reserve Grade kick off at 5:45Pm

source: Tom Tsamouras

 

 

Newcastle Olympic: NPL seniors lost to Edgeworth but the Herald WPL triumphed over Warners Bay.

NPL SENIORS:
On Sunday Newcastle Olympic contested Round 8 with Edgeworth at Jack McLaughlan Oval and shared the spoils with a win, a draw, and a loss.

First Grade lost 2-0
Reserve Grade drew 0-0
U18s won 3-0

HERALD WPL:
On Sunday Newcastle Olympic took on Warners Bay at Darling St in Round 10 of the competition and came away with 3 wins and a draw.

First Grade won 7-2
Goals: Jemma House 3, Georgia Little 2, Jess Evans, Georgia Amess
Reserve Grade won 5-4
U17s drew 2-2
U14s won 1-0

NPL YOUTH:
On Saturday 29th August Newcastle Olympic Youth NPL teams played away to Charlestown Azzuri in Round 11 of the competition and had 4 wins from 4 matches.

U16s won 2-1
U15s won 8-1
U14s won 1-0
U13s won 6-1

ZONE LEAGUE:
Newcastle Olympic zone teams had a bye in this competition.

Over 35s:
Newcastle Olympic O35s took on Dudley Redhead in Round 9 of the competition at Liles Oval 2 on Friday night and won 3-1.

SAP/NET:
Newcastle SAP teams played at LMRFF, Fearnley Dawes Athletic Field, and Turner Park against Jets Girls, Macquarie Girls, Hunter Valley Girls and Singleton and had great performances.
U12s NET played at Magic Park against Broadmeadow Magic and were defeated 4-0.

Community Juniors:
Newcastle Community juniors played Round 9 of the season on Saturday. All the matches were away against Maryland Fletcher, Cooks Hill, and Mayfield Junior and all our young Olympians had an enjoyable and productive time.

source: Tom Tsamouras

 

Newcastle Olympic: NPL seniors are away to Edgeworth while the Herald WPL play at home against Warners Bay.

NPL SENIORS:
On Sunday 30th August Newcastle Olympic contest Round 8 with Edgeworth at Jack McLaughlan Oval.

First Grade kick off at 2.30PM
Reserve Grade kick off at 12:15PM
U18s kick off at 10:15AM

HERALD WPL:
On the weekend Newcastle Olympic take on Warners Bay in Round 10 of the competition.

On Sunday 30th August at Darling St Oval
First Grade kick off at 3:00PM
Reserve Grade kick off at 12:50PM
U17s kick off at 10:50AM
U14s kick off at 9:00AM

YOUTH NPL:
On Saturday 29th August Newcastle Olympic Youth NPL teams travel away to Lisle Carr Oval of Charlestown Azzuri in Round 11 of the competition.

U16s kick off at 3:00PM
U15s kick off at 1:00PM
U14s kick off at 11:00AM
U13s kick off at 9:00AM

ZONE LEAGUE:
Newcastle Olympic zone teams have a bye in this competition.

Over 35s:
Newcastle Olympic O35s take on Dudley Redhead in Round 9 of the competition at Liles Oval 2 on Friday 28th August. Kick off is at 8:00PM

SAP/NET:
U9s Blue kick off at 9:15AM at LMRFF Field 2A vs Jets Girls, on Saturday 29th August. U9s White kick off at 10:30AM at Fearnley Dawes Athletic Field vs Macquarie Girls on Sunday 30th August.
U10s White kick off at 9:00AM at Turner Park vs Hunter Valley Girls on Sunday 30th August. U10s Blue bye
U11s White kick off at 9:00AM at LMRFF vs Hunter Valley Girls on Saturday 29th August. U11s Blue kick off at 9:00AM at lMRFF vs Singleton on Saturday 29th August.
U12s NET kick off at 11:30AM at Mgic Park vs Broadmeadow Magic on Saturday 29th August.

Community Juniors:
Newcastle Community juniors play Round 9 of the season on Saturday 29th August.

U6s/01 kick off at 8:30AM at Kurraka Oval against Maryland Fletcher
U6s/02 kick off at 8:30AM at National Park MiniRoos against Cooks Hill
U6s/03 kick off at 8:30AM at National Park MiniRoos against Cooks Hill
U7s/01 kick off at 9:45AM at Kurraka Oval against Maryland Fletcher
U7s/02 kick off at 10:15AM at Stevenson Park against Mayfield Junior
U8s/01 kick off at 10:15AM at Stevenson Park 2 against Mayfield Junior
U8s/02 kick off at 9:00AM at Stevenson Park 4 against Mayfield Junior
U8s/03 kick off at 8:30AM at Kurraka Oval against Maryland Fletcher

source: Tom Tsamouras

 

Herald WPL: Newcastle Olympic will test themselves against Warners Bar in Round 10 of the competition

Newcastle Olympic v Warners Bay

Darling Street Oval – Sunday 3pm

Newcastle Olympic coach Harmonie Attwill believes her side will again lift for this weekend’s all-important clash with Warners Bay, with the race for the minor premiership yet to be decided.

Olympic were edged out by Merewether last weekend with Attwill confident her side can return to the winner’s circle when they host Warners Bay on Sunday.

“Everyone is available and we are focused on the job of winning this weekend,” Attwill said.

“The squad will lift. In reality we have lost two games this year and they happen to be against the same team, so we need to brush it off and move on.”

It is the first time the women from Darling Street have faced Warners Bay since American striker Jen Hoy joined the Panthers but the Olympic coach was adamant her inclusion would not change their preparation.

“Preparation against Warners Bay will be the same. The addition of Jen won’t change anything for us. If anything, our players should see it as an opportunity to be challenged by a quality player,” Attwill said.

“All players in the WPL should want to play against quality opposition, not only for their personal improvement but for the development of the league.”

A loss for Olympic could see them drop to fourth on the table, although the women from Darling Street still retain a game in hand against New Lambton. That game is scheduled to be played next Wednesday.

“We need to continue to play our game and work to our strengths,” Attwill said.

“We do need to improve our discipline in our defensive third and be clinical when we work so hard to create chances.”

Warners Bay are expected to be full strength for the battle between third and fourth on the table, with coach Craig Atkins tipping an “expansive” style of football from his side.

Midfielder Sophia Laurie and defensive maestro Sian Keating have both critical to the recent success of the Panthers, although Atkins believed his side would need to step up across the park if they were to edge out their star-studded opposition.

“In a game like this against Olympic, we will be needing all of our players to be stepping up for the whole game,” Atkins said.

“All players have a vital role to play this weekend. The key for achieving three points this weekend is execution.”

Merewether v Adamstown

Arthur Edden Oval – Sunday 3pm

For Merewether coach Scott Ellis Sunday’s clash with traditional cross-town rivals Adamstown is simply a game his side cannot afford to lose if they are the claim the minor premiership, a battle expected to be fought between Merewether, Newcastle Olympic and Broadmeadow.

“None of the three of us can afford to drop a game, so it’s pretty important,” Ellis said.

“I’ve been through the first half of our game [against Newcastle Olympic]. We’re still playing below what we’re capable off.”

Tamara Nash could miss the crucial clash for the Llamas. The experienced midfielder sat out part of Tuesday night’s training session with a decision on her inclusion in Sunday’s squad expected closer to kick-off.

“We’re an incredibly dangerous team in the final third and we’ve just got to make sure we get there in a composed fashion more often,” Ellis said.

Rewind seven weeks and the two sides played out a scoreless draw at Adamstown Oval. At the time, Rosebud and United shared the two top spots on the table.

Adamstown have since struggled for form, now fifth on the table, but in recent weeks have shown they are not yet a side to be discounted. A win on Sunday would be three in a row for the Buds.

“The girls are confident and looking forward to the weekend. These are the types of games that you want to play in,” Adamstown coach Ryan Campbell said.

“I am hoping that you can expect a positive performance in possession where we control the pace and tempo of the game.”

Ella Spicer and Charli O’Connor led the charge for the Buds last week, with Campbell hopeful his side can again deliver against the competition heavyweights.

“Hopefully we have a good team performance and don’t need to rely on any particular players,” Campbell said.

The left boot of Merewether stalwart Jamee Ellis proved the difference for the Llamas last weekend, with opposition coaches aware of the risk associated with giving away free kicks inside the defensive half.

“We will do the majority of our preparation with the focus on us but we will touch on the basics of limiting Merewether from creating changed from set pieces,” Campbell said.

New Lambton v Broadmeadow Magic

Arthur Edden Oval – Saturday 3pm

New Lambton’s slim hopes of finals qualification came to an end last week at the hands of Adamstown, with coach Brad Jones still positive about his side’s capabilities.

The Eagles are expected to be unchanged for Saturday’s clash with top of the table Broadmeadow Magic, despite a physical battle with Adamstown last weekend.

“There’s a couple of bruised and battered bodies but I think on the whole everyone should be okay,” Jones said.

“The players identified a few things they think we can work on [after Sunday]. The overriding thing was that we are playing good football, we’re creating good chances.”

Adriana Jones and Taylah Bryde both looked impressive in the loss to Rosebud but will need to step up further if they are any chance of knocking over the high-flying Broadmeadow Magic.

“I think if you look back at the last time we played them, we dominated them for 75 minutes. We should not have been at 1-1, which allowed an 89th minute winner for Magic,” Jones said.

“The position on the ladder is irrelevant as far as I’m concerned.

“I’m pretty confident we’ve got a style of play that will frustrate and cause Magic concern. The pressure in on them.”

Broadmeadow Magic are top of the Herald Women’s Premier League table with seven wins from nine starts. The women in red moved six points clear of second placed Merewether on Wednesday when they defeated Thornton 5-1.

“I thought Thornton with their young players did really well. I thought our decision making was poor in the first half and we kept playing passes into areas that weren’t on,” Curley said.

Magic now turn their attention to Sunday’s clash with New Lambton.

“At this stage of the season every point is critical. New Lambton have some quality players, particularly Sophie Stapleford, so we will have to be on top of our game to get the points.”

Thornton v Mid Coast FC

Cooks Square Park – Saturday 3pm

Cooks Square Park makes its debut as a host venue for the Herald Women’s Premier League when it hosts Thornton’s home game against Mid Coast FC on Saturday afternoon.

As announced on Wednesday, the Maitland Magpies will take on Thornton’s WPL license next year, with Cooks Square Park to become a regular venue in the region’s top flight women’s competition.

“The place was buzzing on Tuesday night after the meet and greet with Maitland. Playing at Cooks Square has got the girls talking,” Thornton coach Al Primmer said.

Languishing at the bottom of the table, the Redbacks were unlucky not to walk away with a win against the high-flying Magic on Wednesday. But a new ground this weekend is likely to present its own challenges.

“[Cooks Square Park] is a wider field than Thornton Park. We will have to be careful of Middies around the outside of us, they like to take the game from one side to the other so if we’re not switched on they can hurt us,” Primmer said.

Chelsea Gay will miss Sunday’s game after she was sent off during Wednesday’s catch-up game against Magic. Riley Smith is also unavailable for selection.

“If I continue to get the effort and attitude, the will and the want that I got last night [against Broadmeadow] points will come,” Primmer said.

Saturday’s clash is a danger game for Mid Coast, who were thoroughly outplayed by a composed Warners Bay side on Sunday.

“It doesn’t seem to matter what year we play Thornton, or where they’re coming on the table, every time we go to wherever their home ground is, they put a lot of pressure on us and they make us really difficulty for us to play,” Mid Coast coach Mick Grass said.

Grass was of the opinion if his side were to walk away with the three points it must be a complete team performance.

“It’s got to be across the park. There’s no one specific I’m looking for to change anything,” Grass said.

“We just need to go back to what we’ve been doing well. Start believing in what we’ve been training to do. We know that it can work.”

source:https://northernnswfootball.com.au

NPL: Newcastle Olympic take on league leaders Edgeworth Eagles

Edgeworth Eagles v Newcastle Olympic

Jack McLaughlan Oval, Sunday 2.30pm

Edgeworth will look to make it eight wins from eight to start the campaign when they take on Newcastle Olympic at Jack McLaughlin Oval this Sunday.

The Eagles are flying out in front of the competition and have kept five straight clean sheets to have only conceded two goals in seven games.

Edgeworth beat Valentine last start scoring two second half goals to down the Phoenix 2-0 and continue their perfect run.

Newcastle Olympic will come into this game off the back of a monumental 4-0 drubbing of defending premiers Maitland on Wednesday night.

The result is Olympic’s biggest win of the season and moves the side into third spot while boosting their confidence heading into their clash with the table toppers.

Edgeworth are playing a tremendous brand of football and player-coach Josh Rose said he was simply looking for more of the same this weekend.

“The main message each week is to keep building on the defensive structure that we’ve got at the moment and also maintain that winning mentality and the boys have been fantastic,” Rose said.

“Clean sheets are a massive part of the game. Having [Ayden] Bricey and Josh Evans as centre backs definitely helps. We have worked a lot on our transition moments as we keep a lot of possession but it’s our first reaction when we lose a ball, that’s the moment we’ve been quite good.

“[Newcastle Olympic] are another team who is hungry for points and definitely going to be a hard game and we will have to be on our game again.”

Weston Workers v Broadmeadow Magic

Rockwell Automation Park, Sunday 2.30pm

Weston will take on Broadmeadow in the Match of the Round which will bring together two exciting sides that sit within the coveted top five.

The Bears are fifth after their seven games and snapped a two-game losing streak with a 3-1 victory over Lake Macquarie last start.

Connor Heydon scored twice in that game and defender Marcus Duncan earned a spot in the NPL NNSW Team of the Week.

Weston have also welcomed back Kew Jaliens to the coaching staff in a major boost for the Bears heading into the pointy end of season with a semi-final spot on the line.

Broadmeadow ground out a 0-0 draw against Maitland in their round seven encounter but remain comfortable in second place.

A victory would see Magic climb to nine points above the Bears with five games to go.

Magic have won four of the last six encounters against Weston but have not won in their last two visits to Rockwell Automation Park.

Weston coach Leo Bertos knows his side will have to be on their game but said he looked forward to another big fixture.

“it will be a big challenge for us. [Magic have] started the season really well and been very consistent and have many key attacking players who can turn a game,“ Bertos said.

“They have flown under the radar a bit prior to the season starting but they’re a very good team and we’ll have to improve from the Lakes game.

“Let’s hope it’s an entertaining game as both teams will look to move the ball quickly and score lots of goals but it will be a good test for us.”

Magic took a point away from Maitland last week and coach Anthony Richards said he was looking for another similar performance from his side against Weston.

“It was probably one of the better games in terms of keeping the ball [against Maitland] and [we were a] little bit disappointed we didn’t get the result but [it’s] a difficult place to do it,” Richards said.

“Any side with Nathan Morris and Robbie Turnbull in it you know you’re in for a game. They understand what it means to wear the Weston shirt and it will be a tough game.

“We’re 100 per cent and looking forward to a good game.”

Lake Macquarie City v Valentine Phoenix

Macquarie Field, Sunday 1.45pm

The latest instalment of the Lake Macquarie derby will kick-off round eight with rivals Lake Macquarie and Valentine to meet at Macquarie Field on Sunday.

The two clubs are also rooted to the bottom of the table to set up a battle of the cellar dwellers, sitting on four points each.

With an important three points on the line and an opportunity to remain in the hunt for semi-final football, the two teams will be leaving it all on the park to defeat their close rival.

Lakes went down 3-1 away to Weston last weekend while Valentine fought hard but were eventually beaten 2-0 by first-placed Edgeworth.

The two sides have conceded the most amount of goals, 15 and 18 respectively, so far this season which is a statistic they would ideally look to improve on over the next run of games.

Both outfits will know the significance of a victory and Lake Macquarie coach Josh Rufo said he expected a tight affair.

“It will be a battle of two teams [who are] desperate to get the win so I expect a really tight game,” Rufo said.

“Losing is always disappointing. We have been creating lots of goal scoring chances each week but with no end product so we need to be more clinical.

“The focus each week is always about winning and having more points come the end of the round.”

Adamstown Rosebud v Maitland FC

Adamstown Oval, Sunday 2.30pm

Adamstown will host Maitland with the two sides looking to pick up a significant three points for their respective seasons.

The Rosebuds are eighth on the table with only one win to their name and went down 6-3 to Lambton last round in an entertaining game.

Coach Shane Cansdell-Sherriff has announced 2020 will be his last season with the Rosebuds and the former English Football League player will want to end his tenure at Adamstown Oval on a high.

The Magpies have been ultra-impressive at times but have faltered on occasion, which sees them sitting in fourth.

Maitland endured an emphatic 4-0 defeat at the hands of Newcastle Olympic on Wednesday night to leave them without an away victory so far this season.

The defending premiers will look to end their poor run away from home as they sit 11 points off first place in the run to the finals.

Charlestown Azzurri v Lambton Jaffas

Lisle Carr Oval, Sunday 2.30pm

Lambton Jaffas will face an in-form Charlestown Azzurri side with the two outfits coming off tremendous wins last round.

Charlestown were clinical in a 3-1 win over Newcastle Olympic last start with Rene Ferguson and Jackson Frendo instrumental in the triumph to earn a spot in the Team of the Week.

After a tough opening to the campaign, the youthful Azzurri have the top five in their sights and are only three points behind Lambton.

The Jaffas secured a valuable three points against Adamstown last round with a big 6-3 victory over the Rosebuds.

The big score took Lambton’s goal tally to 17 goals which now leads the competition.

The two teams will be eyeing off another victory to put back-to-back wins together for the first time this season.

source: northernnswfootball.com.au

 

NPL: Newcastle Olympic triumph 4-0 over Maitland Magpies

Newcastle Olympic crushed Maitland Magpies 4-0 in the rescheduled Round 5 fixture at Darling St Oval tonight.

Two goals were scored by Reece Papas who made his 50th first grade appearance for the club with Jarred Muller and Kent Harrison adding the other two.

This secures Newcastle Olympic 3rd spot on the points table!

Earlier in the evening Newcastle Olympic Reserve Grade defeated Maitland 2-0.

source: Tom Tsamouras

NPL: Newcastle Olympic take on Maitland at Darling St Oval

Newcastle Olympic take on Maitland at Darling St Oval. This is the washed out match from Round 5.

1st Grade kick off 8.15pm
Reserve Grade kick off 6.00pm

source: Tom Tsamouras

Newcastle Olympic: NPL seniors lose to Charlestown Azzuri and the Herald WPL lose to Merewether.

NPL SENIORS:
On Sunday 23rd August Newcastle Olympic contested Round 7 with Charlestown Azzuri at Darling St Oval.

First Grade lost 3-1
Reserve Grade won 2-0
U18s won 4-0

HERALD WPL:
On the weekend Newcastle Olympic took on Merewether in Round 9 of the competition.

On Friday 21st August at Arthur Eden Oval:
First Grade lost 2-1
Reserve Grade won 4-2

On Sunday 23rd August at Myamblah Oval
U17s won 2-1
U14s lost 5-1

YOUTH NPL:
On Saturday 22nd August Newcastle Olympic Youth NPL teams took on Newcastle Jets at LMRFF Speers Point. These fixtures remained in line with the postponed Newcastle Olympic vs North Coast Football fixtures which were scheduled for this weekend.

U16s drew 2-2
U15s won 5-1
U14s lost 4-1
U13s lost 5-0

ZONE LEAGUE:
On Saturday 22nd August Newcastle Olympic zone teams took on Stockton at Islington Park.
First Grade won 5-0
Reserve Grade won 4-2

Over 35s:
Newcastle Olympic O35s took on Stockton in Round 8 of the competition at Islington Park on Friday 21st August and won 4-3

SAP/NET:
U9s, u10s and U11s SAP played Lambton Jaffas, Valentine and Wallsend this weekend at Darling St Oval, and Johnstone Park and put on some great performances. U12s NET played Valentine at Islington Park in windy conditions on Saturday and ran out 8-0 winners!

Community Juniors:
Newcastle Community juniors played Round 8 of the season on Saturday 22nd August against Stockton, Broadmeadow Magic, Shortland and Medowie at Darling St Oval and produced some outstanding football.

source: Tom Tsamouras

2021 Player Expressions of Interest for Newcastle Olympic


Newcastle Olympic FC will be taking Expressions of Interest (EOI) for the upcoming 2021 season. Age groups where expressions of interest will be taken by Newcastle Olympic are:

· Youth NPL – U13, U14, U15 & U16’s
· Boys SAP – U9, U10, U11, U12’s
· WPL – U13, U15, U17’s and 2nd Grade

To register interest in being part of the NOFC program or continue to be part of the NOFC family, please go to https://nofc.com.au/team-trials-2020/ and complete the appropriate form from the drop down tab.

TRIAL DATES
Please note that Northern NSW Football has mandated the trial period for each age group, with venues and times of each trial being announced post receival of EOI’s.
Program Age Group Trial Dates
Boys SAP U9’s Friday 13th November U10’s Thursday 12th November             U11’s Wednesday 11th November U12’s Tuesday 10th November
Boys NPL U13’s Monday 9th November U14’s Monday 30th November U15’s Tuesday 1st December U16’s Wednesday 2nd December
Women WPL U13’s Monday 2nd November U15’s Tuesday 3rd November U17’s Wednesday 4th November 2nd Grade Thursday 5th November
Trials for the SAP 9s teams will be open, but you will need to register by submitting an EOI and confirming your attendance.

Trials for the remaining SAP, WPL and NPL teams will be by invitation after EOIs are registered. Please submit an EOI if you wish to be invited to trial for these teams.

NOFC have an exemplary record of player development by providing a challenging but safe, nurturing, family-type environment to enhance football skills and maximise their potential.

Kind Regards,

Newcastle Olympic Committee

Newcastle Olympic: NPL seniors are at home to Charlestown Azzuri while the Herald WPL play away against Merewether.

NPL SENIORS:
On Sunday 23rd August Newcastle Olympic contest Round 7 with Charlestown Azzuri at Darling St Oval.

First Grade kick off at 2.30PM
Reserve Grade kick off at 12:15PM
U18s kick off at 10:15AM

HERALD WPL:
On the weekend Newcastle Olympic take on Merewether in Round 9 of the competition.

On Friday 21st August at Arthur Eden Oval:
First Grade kick off at 8:00PM
Reserve Grade kick off at 6:00PM

On Sunday 23rd August at Myamblah Oval
U17s kick off at 10:50AM
U14s kick off at 9:00AM

YOUTH NPL:
On Saturday 22nd August Newcastle Olympic Youth NPL teams take on Newcastle Jets at LMRFF Speers Point. These fixtures remain in line with the postponed Newcastle Olympic North Coast Football fixtures which were scheduled for this weekend.

U16s kick off at 3:00PM on Pitch 2
U15s kick off at 1:00PM on Pitch 2
U14s kick off at 3:00PM on Pitch 1
U13s kick off at 1:00PM on Pitch 1

ZONE LEAGUE:
On Saturday 22nd August Newcastle Olympic zone teams take on Stockton at Islington Park.

First Grade kick off at 3:00PM
Reserve Grade kick off at 1:00PM

Over 35s:
Newcastle Olympic O35s take on Stockton in Round 8 of the competition at Islington Park on Friday 21st August. Kick off is at 7:00PM

SAP/NET:
U9s Blue kick off at 10:00AM at Darling St vs Jaffas Yellow, on Saturday 22nd August. U9s White kick off at 10:00AM at Darling St vs Jaffas Black on Saturday 22nd August.
U10s White kick off at 11:30AM at Darling St vs Jaffas Black on Saturday 22nd August. U10s Blue kick off at 11:30AM at Darling St vs Jaffas Yellow on Saturday 22nd August.
U11s White kick off at 10:30AM at Johnstone Park vs Valentine Saturday 22nd August. U11s Blue kick off at 1:00PM at Darling St vs Wallsend on Saturday 22nd August.
U12s NET kick off at 9:00AM at Islington Park vs Valentine on Saturday 22nd August.

Community Juniors:
Newcastle Community juniors play Round 8 of the season on Saturday 22nd August.

U6s/01 kick off at 8:30AM at Darling St Oval against Stockton
U6s/02 Bye
U6s/03 kick off at 8:30AM at Darling St Oval against Broadmeadow
U7s/01 kick off at 8:30AM at Darling St Oval against Broadmeadow
U7s/02 kick off at 8:30AM at Darling St Oval against Broadmeadow
U8s/01 kick off at 9:30AM at Darling St Oval MiniRoos against Shortland
U8s/02 kick off at 10:30AM at Darling St Oval MiniRoos against Broadmeadow
U8s/03 kick off at 8:30 AM at Darling St Oval MiniRoos against Medowie

source: Tom Tsamouras