Woodside Soccer Club’s senior men were in Collegiate League Division 4 action last Saturday as they hosted the old scholars from Mercedes at Woodside Oval. With Woodside second on the ladder and Mercedes third, a draw or defeat for either team would likely mean the end of their respective challenge for the 2017 league title. This was a must-win for both.
The game was played out in a cold wintery breeze and infrequent heavy rain with four goals coming in the last dramatic ten minutes of play as Woodside robbed their guests of victory, winning the tie 4-3.Read More
Woodside’s A-Grade senior men’s league title aspirations received a pinch and a punch for the first of the month, when they were beaten 4-3 last Saturday, 1st July, at West Beach against Sacred Heart in CSL Div 4 league competition. The loss was a significant setback in the league campaign. However, the club’s Div 5 side – the Woodside Reserve team – travelled home victorious over Pulteney with a 3-0 win under their collective belt.Read More
Woodside Soccer Club hosted Immanuel at Woodside Oval last Saturday in both A Grade and B Grade senior men’s soccer. The ‘Woodies’ First XI, coming off an outstanding 3-0 win at league leaders, Pembroke, the previous Saturday were in confidant mood going into the game. However, the Reserves faced a tough proposition in the form of a fine Immanuel side that leads their league competition.Read More
Woodside’s senior men played away from home, in the Adelaide Parklands, last weekend with both grades visiting Pembroke in Collegiate League Soccer competition. Following Hahndorf’s shock 22-0 loss to Elizabeth Downs (the heaviest ever defeat for a Hills side at A-Grade level) - and the online mocking of Hills teams that followed – Woodside’s First XI were eager to restore some pride to Hill’s soccer against the city-based CSL Division 4 leaders, Pembroke.Read More
Woodside Soccer Club’s senior men’s A and B Grade sides were both at home last Saturday in Collegiate League competition. The First XI played new CSL club, Cardijn Old Collegians Football Club, whilst the second XI took on Westminster. The Woodside Warriors’ A Grade team kicked off in the early game, at 1pm, against a Cardijn side competing in its first season of senior football. Named after a Belgian cardinal and based at Noarlunga Downs, the visiting side have had a mixture of results this season and were chasing their second win of the season against a Woodside team coming off its first loss of 2017.Read More