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
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
The AAC boys put on one of their most dominant halves of footy, probably their best of the season. Led by a sparkling 2 goal performance from Josh Harradine and a cracking Matt Ellis goal off a free kick, the boys led 3 - 0 at half time. With a little more luck including having another goal disallowed the score could have been much more.
The second half started much as the first with an early goal to the new boy Daniel Mikkelson. Leading 4 - 0 and cruising, the momentum ti
Eagar to get to the evening's festivities in honour of Tim's birthday the AAC boys made heavy weather of the early exchanges. Lugarno scored first after about 15 minutes, however, Dolls Point quickly found their groove and long periods of possession were rewarded with an equaliser about mid way through the first half. Shortly after half time, 2 quick goals sealed the result however, the score could have been much more had they taken advantage of the field position and opportu
Tough day at the office for the AAC boys. A scrappy first half where they struggled to put passes together and create space against an opposition determined to take their time away from them. They went into half time down 0 - 2 after an opportunistic early goal and an "Oh-Gee" - its what you say when you score an own goal, hey Joel? Anyway, the guys scrapped and ground their way back into the game. Scoring early in the second half through Stewart McGlinchey then a cracking se
Back in the traditional colours the AAC's put in another good day's work. They dominated possession throughout the match, in particular, their first half was most destructive. Looking the better side for much of the time, they went ahead 3 - 0 quickly and despite conceding a late goal looked well in command of the match at half time with a 3 - 1 lead. They stretched the lead early in the second half to 5 - 1 but dropped off in the last quarter of the match. Another late goal
Well, looking more like a barber shop 11 than a Dolls Point Football team, last year's AAD Champs found themselves facing into a real step up in class when they met Connells Point at Poulton Park. Due to the clash of strips Dolls Point resorted to their alternate strip, hence the candy stripes. In a tense gritty game, both teams dominated at different stages. Dolls Point were down 0 - 1 at half time but had created a number of opportunities to score. The second half continued