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Sunday, December 7, 2014

Summer Soccer Results - 8th December 2014

Wentworth White had a loss (1:2). Lennie Bischoff was the player of the day for great goal keeping.

Wentworth Red also had a loss (2:8). Alexandra Dobson was the player of the day. 

Miniball Results - 8th December 2014

The Rockets were up against the SGH Titans and, once again, battled bravely against one of the strongest teams in the league. The Rockets maintained their team spirit and continued to develop their game strategies with some superb passing and dribbling. The Titans, however, lived up to their name and proved just too difficult to contain on this occasion. Player of the Day was Rory Brabant for some excellent defensive work.

Basketball Results - 8th December 2014

This week the Falcons played the Red Beach Comets in an exciting but challenging match. At half-time, the Falcons had left themselves with a lot of work to do but in the second half, they played brilliantly. With tight marking and fast passing, they were soon back on scoring form and Red Beach found it difficult to match their pace.  Nevertheless, the Comets just managed to hold onto their lead until the final whistle. Blake Fortzer-Bezar was named Player of the Day for excellent positioning but the whole team deserves praise for their gritty determination in the second half of the match. 

Flippaball Results - 8th December 2014

Wentworth Warriors
The Wentworth Warriors played the Grand Final game of the season. The first half was an exciting and nail biting 1v1 score, however lapses in concentration, and tiredness saw a well-deserved opposition eventually take it away with a 7v2  win. The Warriors came second overall. Well done to the Warriors for a huge improvement over the year. (C Donovan)

Wentworth Wizards

The Wentworth Wizards unfortunately lost their first game 7v2 but played a second game to reach 4th place this term. The Wizards struggled in the first half and the tension was high with a 3v3 score, but they found their form in the second half with strong defence and the strikers landing some great shots at goal. The final score was 10v5. Well done to the Wizards who really improved their ball handling and team work throughout the year. (R Sang)