It was another successful weekend in the Central Coast Mariners Academy space with the senior men’s and women’s teams clean sweeping their opponents in the PS4 NPL 2.
The Central Coast Mariners Academy men downed the Canterbury Bankstown Berries in all three grades whilst the women completed a clean sweep from first grade to the U14’s against the Inter Lions SC.
Central Coast Mariners Academy 1 (Peters) Canterbury Bankstown Berries 1 (Tripodi)
For the men’s first grade team, a return to Pluim Park saw our boys take a first half lead when Emmanuel Peters fired home an impressive assist from Josh Nisbet. Unfortunately, they let their lead slip with 20 minutes to go when a penalty was conceded – ending the game in a 1-1 draw with the Berries.
The undefeated run continues for our Mariners Academy after nine rounds of action and are winning plaudits across the league this season for their fluent football. They now hold fourth spot on the ladder.
- U20’s WON 3-0
- U18’s WON 7-0
Central Coast Mariners Academy Women 1 (Phelan) Inter Lions SC 0
The Mariners women kept their impressive run of form alive with a 1-0 win on the road against the Inter Lions SC.
Our inform attacker, Candice Phelan simply can’t stop scoring and found the back of the net for the 15th time in just seven games. Her goal in the 19th minute ultimately proved to be the winner.
Across the board it was a brave weekend for all the Mariners women’s teams in action who scored an impressive 19 goals in their five games of the day, conceding just 3 and won them all.
Our first-grade side now sit in outright third position on the ladder, with a game in hand.
- Reserves won 2-0
- U17s won 3-1
- U15s won 8-0
- U14s won 5-2