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NPL Round 3

YOUTH

The young Bears youth continued season 2017 at pace.

Facing Adamstown on a warm day for football, the young Weston sides continued to impress with their football.

After a washout last weekend all were keen to get back on the paddock. The senior Bears players in attendance were very impressed with the football on display. 

There are some great photos and videos tagged on The Claw's facebook page so be sure to check them out. 

U13 Bears 0:4 Rosebud
U14 Bears 3:2 Rosebud
U15 Bears 4:2 Rosebud
U16 Bears 9:0 Rosebud

 

SENIORS

The seniors welcomed the Jaffas to Rockwell Automation Park and knew it was going to be tough afternoon. 

 

The U18s got things underway and came away with a fine 3-0 victory. 


The U20s hit a bit of a speed hump and went down 0-3. 

First grade have started the year well and have certainly opened the eyes of each team they have played. 

 

Lambton are a side with a number of experienced players so the young Bears would need to be on their game. 

 

Soaking up early pressure Weston 1st foray into the Lambton penalty area produced a penalty won by James Thompson and was converted by Nick Thompson.

Lambton continued with with greater possession and the Bears struggled to find openings.

 

As the game wore on both sides were beginning to create chances but wayward finishing meant the scorers were not troubled until the 32nd minute when Joel Griffiths headed home from close range.

Weston came close from a James Thompson free kick with Brock Oakley going close. 

 

The second half started as the first with both sides creating ample opportunities without any finishing touch. 

Weston cleared a soft effort off the line from a corner in the 60th minute. From the resulting next phase of play Weston broke and it was Nick Thompson who gathered on the left, cut in and fired a cross that was deflected into the Lambton net. 2-1 Bears. 

 

With the game opening up both sides looked to take advantage and it was a super, lobbing shot from Pat Brown to even it up. 

 

In the last action of the game Bears Keeper Kane Runge saved well in a 1 on 1 with Jobe Wheelhouse and that saw the game out in a hard fought 2-2 draw. 

 


program thumbView the Bears V Jaffas senior
game day program here


View the full replay on BAR TV here

 

 

 

 

 

Next week:

The Bears are away in both youth & senior grades for round 4.

Youth 
Sunday, April 2 - Macquarie Field Weston V Lakes.

Seniors
Sunday, April 2 - Adamstown Oval Weston V Adamstown.

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