City Quake put best futsal forward to win (NSW)

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A Campbelltown City Quake player (in purple) puts in a challenge during the 12 boys team futsal game against Western Raiders on Saturday.Picture: Jonathan Ng

A Campbelltown City Quake player (in purple) puts in a challenge during the 12 boys team futsal game against Western Raiders on Saturday.Picture: Jonathan Ng

Campbelltown City Quake futsal team won 20 points from a possible 24 on Saturday at Minto Indoor Sports Stadium.

Quake hosted Western Raiders in Round 12 of the NSW Futsal Premier League and had six wins, a draw and one loss to keep their chances alive of winning a club championship.

The 12 boys team was the only loss, going down 6-1.

A massive 10-1 win was had by 14 boys.

The 13 girls were the highlight of the day.

Quake won 3-2 win against their more fancied opponents.

A goal each to Ruby Mosca, Lucy Chapman and Annika Chapman gave Quake the win.

The 16 boys won 2-0 with Bruno Antelmi scoring both.

The 16 girls team was expected to win easily but only managed a 2-2 draw.

The Raiders took a 2-0 lead but a goal to Lisa Seeney and Jasmina Kasic gave Quake a share of the points.

The Quake Youth team needed just one point to win their third consecutive minor premiership but went on to win 3-2. The Open Women saw the return of W-League Central Coast Mariner Stephanie Haim who scored five of the Quake’s seven goals in their 7-2 win.

The final game featured the competition leaders, Quake Open Men’s team, which won 5-2.

Source : Campbelltown Macarthur Advertiser
Published : 21/1/2009

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