Supa Oldies wind up again in 2010

THE Supa Oldie Soccer winter games kicked off last week with 12 teams competing over two nights, three games on Wednesday and three games on Thursday evenings.

Last week’s results were: Bushrangers drew 2-2 with Winter Sirens, David Pattison and Tim Hegedus scoring for the Bushrangers and Lisa Linnertson and Ally Ray keeping the girls in the game. In game two the Blues downed Poles and Holes 2-1.

In game three Australia and Winmills Campers drew 2-2, Craig Scott and Paul Leonard scoring for Australia and Paul Winmill and S Meaney scoring for Winmill. On Thursday the Saps and Misfits fought out a great game until the Saps snuck in front 4-3. Michael Bowles and I Callesa both scored twice for the Saps, with Robby Godwin, Seanine Cooper and Andy Taylor scoring for the Misfits. Game two on Thursday saw Black Toyota take the Oddballs at 4-2. Chris Johnston scored twice with Terry Deefholts and Eric claiming one each for Black Toyota and Jason Blanch and Mat Godwin scoring for the OddBalls. In the final game Country Energy and the Gunners played out a 2-2 draw. Donny Darke signalled his return the game with two goals while Gunners’ Shan Warren and Andy Taylor scored.

This week’s games are:

Wednesday at 6pm Australia v Country Energy with John Gorrie and Callum Davenport as referees.

At 7pm Misfits v Gunners (John Gorrie and Trent Hageman). At 8pm Black Toyota v The Saps (Trent Hageman and Callum Davenport). On Thursday at 6pm the Blues v the Oddballs (Trevor Hageman and Scott Anderson). At 7pm Winter Sirens v Winmills Campers (Trevor Hageman and Mitch Jones). At 8pm Poles and Holes v Bushrangers (Scott Anderson and Mitch Jones).

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