U12 Blue

U12 Blue vs Bridgewater

Bridgewater Div2 U12 vs Woodside Warriors Div2 U12 Blue at Basket Range at 10.30am 8.7.17. Bridgewater Forfeited the match.

U12 Blue vs Murray Bridge

Woodside Warriors U12 Blue hosted Murray Bridge Blue for the early match in cold but sunny conditions. Woodside were slow out of the blocks conceding a goal after 3 minutes of play. Instead of dropping their heads, the Warriors responded by increasing their work rate and holding their structure on the field. This resulted in a goal for the home side and a 1 – 1 half time scorecard. Again it was Murray Bridge who had the better of the game early in the second half and managed to find the back of the net twice. But the young Warriors showed their character responding with renewed vigour to bring the score back to 3 – 2.

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U12 Blue vs Stirling East

In U12 Div 2 Stirling East Blue hosted Woodside Blue. The match started at a frantic pace with the ball speeding from one end to the other. It was the Stirling team who found the first goal through highly skilled passing and ball striking. This goal seemed to wake up the Woodside players who began to hold their positions and play the team game that they have displayed in previous weeks. A minor injury to the Woodside centre mid brought about a temporary replacement with the super-sub adding urgency to his team; resulting in a reply goal.

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U12 Blue vs Nairne

Woodside U12 Blue were hosted by Nairne under sunny skies. From the kick-off, Woodside dominated possession and were able to maintain a strong territorial advantage. But it wasn’t until the visitors found their rhythm to execute a passing and team orientated game that they were able to convert pressure into goals. As soon as the Warriors put themselves into space and were able to receive and execute clean, crisp passes they dominated.

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U12 Blue vs Stirling Districts

Warriors U12 Blue travelled to a frosty Bradwood Park to tackle the (previously) high-scoring Stirling Districts Blue. The Warriors played a focused first fifteen minutes holding numbers back to keep the enemy at bay. As the first half progressed, the Woodside team began to move the ball forward to create a few half chances. But as the half-time whistle was sounded, the score remained 0 – 0. It was Stirling who were able to find the first goal early in the second half, sneaking one into the net through heavy traffic. This stimulated the fighting spirit of the mighty Warriors who pressed hard on tired legs to create some solid chances that resulted in a hard earned equaliser.

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