U16s Newcastle Jets defeated Bonnyrigg White Eagles 2-0 on Sunday afternoon at The Forum, University No2 Oval, in Newcastle to complete a 7 match marathon in 14 days! The Jets have now played all four of their washed-out games, are 5 points clear on the ladder with two matches remining!
The match against Bonnyrigg was never in any doubt with the Sydney team creating no more than one clear cut chance all game. The Jets opened the score early from a well taken corner and a volley from the far post. After this goal, the Jets continued to dominate possession but the warm conditions and the fact they were playing their 7th match in 14 days began to show. Despite this, they went into half time 1-0.
In the second half the Jets continued to dominate possession and create goal scoring opportunities. During a sustained attack, a foul was made on the edge of the box which resulted in a Bonnyrigg player to be shown the red card. From the ensuing free kick, the Jets scored and the 2-0 score line remained until the end.
This was not the most entertaining game but the players did enough to win and bring their 14 day football marathon to an end.
After this match they remain in 1st place, 5 points ahead of Hills United who play their final wash-out game against Parramatta on Wednesday night. Unless both teams drop any points in their remaining games, the Jets against Hakoah next week and Hills against Parramatta and Rydalmere, the Premiership will be decided at Speers Point in the final round of the season when the two leading teams face each other.
Round 20: Newcastle Jets vs Bonnyrigg White Eagles on Sunday 28th August at The Forum University No2. Oval Newcastle.
U18s Jets won 3-2
U16s Jets won 2-0
U15s Jets drew 1-1
U14s Jets lost 1-0
U13s Jets won 7-2
U16s Round 28 FNSW Boy’s Youth League2 results:
U16s FNSW Boy’s Youth League2 Table:
FNSW Boy’s Youth League2 Club Championship:
Newcastle Jets: Angus Martin 35, Giles Harrison 36, Kynan Watkins 37, Caleb Reed 38, Reinhard Lloyd 40, Max Cooper 41, George Tsamouras 43, Cooper Vimpani 45, Jordan Gu 48, Ethan Lewis 50, Seth Anderson 90 Subs: Pharrell Trainor 39, Kruze Davidson 44, Noah Miller 55, Jake Goodwin 57, Jayden Borgia 82.
Bonnyrigg White Eagles FC: Preston Frank Gigliotti 25, Jake Jones 27, Stefan Kos 28, Daniel Landini 29, Taye Sahib 33, Nikola Skoric 34, Matia Stanisic 35, Sife Saeed 37, Jaaydan Avello 38, Dylan Dukleski 39, Malthe Brink 79, Subs: Oliver Przydacz 31, Alfie Williamson 36, Chris Karam 47, Danny Park 51
Cards:54’ Taye Sahib (Red) 70’ Jake Jones (yellow)
Source: Tom Tsamouras