Super Saturday in the season return of the Southern Championships

Southern Championship 1

Olympia FC Warriors 4 (Joshua Houston x2, Bilal Ait Maamar and Alexander Exarhakos) defeated Taroona FC 2 (Fabian Natoli and Bradleigh Ayers)

Olympia’s Bilal Ait Maamar scored the Warriors’ second of the game.
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Olympia Keeper Elliot Hoysted was unable to keep out Natoli’s penalty kick
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Taroona’s Fabian Natoli rises for a header but it went over the bar
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Southern Championship

Metro FC 1 (Adam Woodward 55′) defeated by Hobart United 5 (Solomon Lagu 32′ 45′, John Wani 49′, Abel Berhane 65′ and John Buga 70′)

Red cards for Metro – David McGuinness, Jordan Buckney-Penneyston and Coach Mark Broadbent.

Hobart United’s Solomon Lagu celebrates his first goal of the day
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Hobart United’s Assistant Coach Eddie Mohammad celebrates with his staff
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Metro FC Coach Mark Broadbent was given a red card in the second half.
Broadbent vented his frustrations at Referee Eugene Rosenzweig
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Metro FC Keeper Mitch Stalker makes a great catch off a cross
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Metro’s Joshua Newell tackles United’s Solomon Lagu
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All handshakes at the end of one heated encounter
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Southern Championship scores R1 Saturday 7th March

Newtown Eagles 14 defeated South East United 1

Hobart United 5 defeated Metro FC 1

University SC 6 defeated Glenorchy Knights 1

Olympia FC Warriors 2 defeated Taroona FC 1

Clarence Zebras 2 drew with Beachside FC 2