Whale whale whale..what a game we had on our hands today as The Dollies faced their next obstacle/ victim as Arn (don't let them go near a ...)-CLIFF Scots stepped into the DPFC cauldron!
Starting from the back we had Ash ironically keeping those fires away.. well let's just say a cut out goaly would have sufficed. What a fine looking back line we had today in store for y'all. Demi Moore on the left handling that ball like she's done this before, working that thang on over
Patched together, with Matt Ellis from the AAC team and Over 35's keeper, Phil Comely and no bench. This was always going to be tough day out. Despite being outnumbered and "out-healthed" the AAB boys were gallant. They fought back to 1-1 and 3 - 2 but just couldn't find the breakthroughs they needed. Under the circumstances this was a good effort against one of the competition leaders. #AAB #Loss #2017
An Andy Pukitis masterclass delivered an emphatic 6 - 1 statement by the AAC team today.
Leading 2 - 1 at half time, through 2 Andy P goals. They were followed by a further 2 goals straight after half time.
The AAC boys were strong right across the park and dominated a willing opposition. Further goals from Murray and Josh completed the scoring. #2017 #AAC #Win
Decathlon Tempe, the European sports retailer is opening soon. Across the world, we are very active and involved with the local communities around our stores. They will be opening their first store in Tempe in the Spring 2017. Decathlon are keen to help promote local sporting clubs. As a first step, we are giving away $5,000 to the local club registering the most number of members before the store opening. All members will also receive a gift at our opening celebration, and a
Who will beat these Dollies? The girls turned up yesterday making a fashion statement of who wore it better to their rivalries, who for most of our girls was their ex club. Decked out in Connells Point jumpers, bags and even socks, blue and white was everywhere to be seen. With only one reserve, the girls had their game faces on and ready to kick butt! With what felt like we had hurricane Sally sticking around for the game, the girls were determined to get started and show Co
Yep, another one. You would think that if a team went on a 6 game unbeaten run that you would be sitting high and dry. Not when 5 of those games have ended in draws. This time, however, the boys had to come from behind to steal the points. Visiting Harold Fraser is pleasant enough, except if you have to play on it. The cricket square in the middle resembles the nearby Princes Highway and it's huge, so it's hard work. Carrying a few injuries and missing a few troops, it was al
The now ever popular Dollies hauled their very hung over persons to Gardiner Park to take on second place Banksia Tigers. The girls went behind 1 - 0 very early in the match. The Dolls Point girls then found that in order to overcome an opposition that hustled and bustled on a surface that was mainly dirt they would need to claw and graft their way into the game. So, claw and graft they did as they weren't able to get their usual passing game working smoothly. With about 10 m
This loss was Rod's fault. When he set up the field this morning, if he had only put the goal posts an 1 inch (2.5cm to you young folk) to the right, Jeff's thundering shot from outside of the box would have gone in off the post rather than rebound across the goal. We would have gone 1 up and found the momentum of the game much different. As it were the boys conceded not long after that and were then playing a catch up game, playing under pressure.
Going in 1 - 0 down at h
Well, that was a mess.
Despite a dominating start, including hitting the woodwork ... or in DPFC's case, the steel work, a 15 minute period in the middle of the first half of basic clumsiness meant the opposition were 4 - 0 up and the AAC boys were getting schooled. A late goal in the first half provided the half time score of 1 - 4. The second half was always going to be frantic and the boys scored in the first minute. Despite that and outscoring the opposition in the seco