Saturday, 18 October 2008

Week old news with tidbits on ex-South boys

26 game South veteran Ante Kovacevic, VPL championship player Antonio Naglieri and one time 2008 goalkeeping prospect - before 'fate' got in the way - Neil Young, all played for the Western Australia state team. They lost, but it's nice to know they're still alive I suppose.

WA Gunned down by South Aussies

Saturday, 11 October 2008
Western Australia have gone down 3-0 to South Australia in the Stratco Cup clash at Marden Sports Complex today.

SA took an early lead after a Chad Bugeja strike and doubled their advantage before the half time break thanks to a Ivan Karlovic header. Fred Agius wrapped up the victory with a well taken goal 13 minutes into the second half.

The gaee was played in sweltering 30 degree temperatures with both teams using their full complement of substitutions.

WA midfielder Marc Anthony underlined his credentials with a man of the match performance for the losing side.

Adelaide will travel to WA in 2009 for the return leg of the Stratco Cup, with a date yet to be formalised.

SA: Ben Moore (Daniel Godley 68'), Richie Alagich, Kristian Rees, Michael D'Aloisio, Ivan Karlovic, Aaron Goulding (Kim Stavrides 68'), Simon Catanzaro (Michael Lastella 81'), Chad Bugeja (Mimi Saric 73'), Fred Aguis, Scott Tunbridge

WA: Neil Young (Gareth Deeg 79'), Danny Cain, Jeff Bright, John Migas (Craig Young 67'), Shaun Kilkelly (Daryl Platten 71'), Andy Brown, Marc Anthony, Phillip O'Callaghan (Brad Scott 67'), Ante Kovacevic, David Micevski (Ian McMurray 45'), Antonio Naglieri

1 comment:

  1. good to see SA had 2 ex south boys in team aswell
    aligich and tunbridge


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