Academy teams steal the show on Saturday

Central Coast Mariners Academy Boys teams relished the return to Pluim Park for Round 10 of the Boys Super Youth League on Saturday.

Central Coast Mariners Academy Boys teams relished the return to Pluim Park for Round 10 of the Boys Super Youth League on Saturday.

Granville Rage travelled to Lisarow to play the Academy Boys teams in clear but windy and cold conditions. The day started with the Grade 13 Academy Boys securing a 2-1 win over Granville with goals to Jed Hornery and Luke Alexander.

Theo Forsberg and Lachlan Macey kept the goals coming in the Grade 14 Boys with a 2-0 win over Granville.

A one all draw for the Grade 15 Mariners Academy Boys, with the Coast-s goal being scored by Tim Tseng, sees them remaining top of the ladder after 10 Rounds of competition.

In the Grade 16 Boys, goals were shared by Academy players Brad Blackman, Anthony Jones and Josh Glachan with the end result a 3-1 win to the Coast.

Stuart Adams of the Academy added to his goal scoring tally for 2012 in the Boys 18s with the team securing a 1-0 win to their impressive results for the 2012 season.

Following the weekend-s positive results for all boys teams, the Academy-s teams continue to dominate the 2012 Boys Super Youth League Club Championship.

The Girls and Women-s Academy teams were also home on Sunday with the junior teams still buzzing from their Friday training sessions with Mariners A-League Players.

The Coast Girls and Women welcomed North West Sydney Koalas to Pluim Park with the Koalas taking the first points of the day with a 1-0 win over the Academy 12 Girls.

The Grade 14 Girls continued their fine form at home with a 3-0 win with goals to Jordyn Paull, Jordyn Toms-Wedge and Emily “Frankie” Forbes.

The Grade 16 Girls then followed up with a 2-0 win with goals being shared by Tegan Boden and Courtney Muir.

The Reserve Grade Women were unable to secure a win, going down 3-0 to the Koalas whilst the result in the First Grade game is pending due to a technical discrepancy being investigated by Football New South Wales.