Youth League Reports Round 2

U12's

St George FC 2 defeated Spartans 0

A second straight win for the Under 12s to the tune of 2-0. Both goals were scored within the first five minutes. Goal scorers were Alexander and Andrew.
The boys did not play with the same intensity of the previous week, this may have been caused by the early goals. Plenty of improvement left in this team.
The Under 12s sit on top of the table after two rounds.

U13's

St George FC 2 defeated Spartans 0
Nil Report


U14's

St George FC 3 drew with Spartans 3

An action packed game from the opening whistle.  Both teams threw everything into attack with a draw being a pretty fair result.  
Our team played the better brand of football forcing Spartans into an uncharacteristic long ball game.  
Our passing game, movement off the ball and intensity was a pleasing improvement from last week.  
Continued play like this will start to convert close games versus the top teams into wins.

U15's

St George FC 2 defeated Spartans 1


The U15 Saints played Blacktown Spartans trying to avenge last weeks unfortunate loss to Apia. Our boys came out very strong dominating the Blacktown Spartans and having ample possession and opportunities in front of goal.
However we weren't able to capitalize and went into the break locked at 0-0.
The start of the 2nd half was cagey and both teams went end to end. The referee found a penalty for Blacktown under controversial circumstances.
Nathan made a sensational attempt at pushing the ball up against the post. However the ball found its way into the back of the net.
At 1-0 down the 15s Saints lifted dominating possession once again and peppering the Blacktown goal for the remaining 30minutes.
This enabled Aaron to score an equalizer with a fine volley on the edge of the area.
With the end of the game upon us, Liam hit a well struck free kick from the right bouncing perfectly in the far corner of the Blacktown goal to secure our first victory of the season.
The 2-1 win displayed great courage and character for the U15s Saints.
Well done boys.