The saturday wrap : npl/wsl r4

Below photos are stock usage due to work commitments.

Devonport Strikers 1 (69′ Eddie Bidwell) d South Hobart FC 0 at Valley Rd.

One has to wonder if Joel Stone (l) is seemingly jumping for another title in reach
Valley Rd continues to be one of the most difficult places for any team to travel.
South’s NPL Coach Ken Morton was unable to travel up this weekend. Ned Clarke stepped in for Morton’s absence.

Olympia FC Warriors 5 ( 39′ Nicholas Mearns, 45′ Declan Brown, 72′ Ben Hamlett, 72′ 90′ Jack Ryan) d Riverside Olympic 1 (72′ Nil Sanz) at Warrior Park.

Olympia’s Darby Randall will be one of the relieved folk at Warrior Park.

Kingborough Lions 2 (28′ Adam Mckeown, 47′ James Hall) d Launceston City 0 at Lightwood Park.

James Hall (m) got on the scoreboard yet again.
Undefeated at Lightwood Park, ‘The Den’ could prove to be a fortress for Kingborough this year

Glenorchy Knights 5 (32′ Nicholas Naden, 37′ 45′ 49′ Thomas Young , 71′ Alex Walter) d Clarence Zebras 2 (9′ Matthew Pace, 51′ Jake Thompson) at KGV Park.

My Match report for Slice of Cheese.

WSL R4 Result

Ulverstone SC 1 (29’ Lucy Reimer) drew with Clarence Zebras 1 (7’ Selina Steventon) at Ulverstone Showgrounds.

Stay tuned for my R4 review on the WSL for Beyond 90 in the coming days.