Mariners Academy Boys Dominate

Central Coast Mariners Academy Boys teams had another successful weekend in the boys NSW Super Youth League. Out of a potential 15 points on offer, the Coast Boys tally was 10 points, including three convincing wins.

Central Coast Mariners Academy Boys teams had another successful weekend in the boys NSW Super Youth League. Out of a potential 15 points on offer, the Coast Boys tally was 10 points, including three convincing wins.

The CCMA Boys Super Youth League teams travelled to Cook Park at Mount Pritchard to play Sydney team Mounties Wanderers in their Round 3 games. The first game, 13 boys, saw the CCMA go down 3-2 but after that the CCMA boys teams scored a total of 10 goals to the Mounties 5 goals. The other results from the day saw the 14 boys win 4-1, a draw of nil-all in the 15s, a 2-1 win in the 16s and a 4-3 win in the 18s.

The great start to the season for all the boys teams sees the Mariners Academy Teams top of the table for all the boys grades.

Sunday saw the boys grade 13 boys off to Sydney again - this time to play the Football NSW Skillaroos team. The 13 boys came away with a 1-0 win over the Skillaroos team. Meanwhile the Grade 11 and 12 Boys teams were playing Granville at Pluim Park and secured wins in both grades.

The CCMA girls teams were again on the road for Round 3 of the Women's Premier League. The girls travelled to Blacktown Football Park to play the Blacktown Spartans. The girls/women's team secured 8 of the 15 points on offer with wins in the grade 16 girls and first grade women and draws in the grade 12 girls and reserve grade women.

All teams have a weekend off for Easter with the boys returning to Pluim Park on Saturday 14 April to play Spirit FC and the girls and women having their first home game of the season on Sunday 15 April when they welcome Sutherland Sharks to Pluim Park.