South Hobart with a confidence win heading into FFA Cup

South defender Gilly De Souza congratulates Kasper Hallam on his goal

South Hobart have picked up a much needed win beating Hobart Zebras 2-0 at Darcy St.

Right before the half time whistle, South made the breakthrough when Sam Berezansky made a run down the right wing and crossed into Nicholas Morton, who headed home past Zebras keeper Sam Whatman. That was the final action of the first half with the score 1-0 at half time to the home side.

A minute silence was observed before the game to remember South Hobart attacker Sam Berezansky’s step-grandfather Graziano Ceron who passed earlier this week.

Kasper Hallam made a fantastic run down the wing and took on all defenders to finish home in the far left corner. Hallam’s goal proved to be the final goal of the day.

That win gives South good momentum heading forward to a big away clash next Friday night when they will be hosted by 2nd placed Olympia FC Warriors. One job done today, but can they do it on another cold Friday night at Warrior Park – that remains to be seen?