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Weekend 6th / 7th April 2013

Sat 6th April 2013
Under 10 R
Seaforth Hawks 11 Pittwater 1
At Boondah

A wet morning but the sun came out on cue and lucky to get a start. The boys have been working hard at preseason training, keen to get going and were too sharp for Pittwater today.

The boys were well organised in defence and worked the ball well through the midfield to create lots of chances and 7 goals in the first half. The good work started with the back 3, Sam McCauley, James Cotton and Harry Aquilina who controlled the play and used the possession well. Despite this there were a few chances for Pittwater and a couple of great saves by Ben Parry at goalie.

The left and right halves, Ben Vaughan and Fergus Faulder played with great width and made countless telling runs down the wing, crossing the ball for the forwards and forcing corners, setting up several goals.

Up front and Jai Garness had his radar working, netting 3 in the first half before his stint as goalie in the second, including one lovely header from a well directed corner from Angus Mawson. Jaiís power with both feet was on display.

Jai was well supported in the striking role with James Barrelle and Leighton Shaw also picking up first half goals, low and hard as we have been practicing. Angus showed great skills when substituted on as right midfield and also found the back of the net.

Sebastian Reidy ran down everything in the centre mid role and mesmerized the opposition at times with his ball skills. Seb also found himself on the scoresheet.

The second half saw 4 more goals for the away team and a late but well deserved and well hit consolation for Pittwater.

Highlights from the second period included a couple of goals by Sam, now playing up front, a great powerful defensive header from a Pittwater corner by Fergus, some strong goalkeeping by Jai and consistent incisive runs from Ben Vaughan down the left touchline, one resulting in the best goal of the game after a cross in to Sam.

All in all a fantastic start to the season.

- Report by: Ken Faulder, Coach

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