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 was a tough encounter, not the least because Benny had to leave the field early to get treated by "Dr" Dennis with a badly cut eye. The Dolls Point boys desperate to find some consistency and bank more points after their last up win, came up against an opponent sitting in 2nd place. With the opposition winning the battle in the midfield the Dolls Point boys were left to sit back and wait to hit on the counter. This is exactly what happened going 1 - 0 up when the opposit
The Over 35 boys went to Poulton Park looking for some consistency against the early competition leaders. Despite being behind 2 - 0 mid way through the second half, the boys felt that they were more than competing and in many instances were making the better of the play. Regardless, 2 - 0 behind they were. Phil, in goal, made 2 outstanding saves to keep the score at 2. A goal to Dolls Point shortly before half time meant that they went into the break down 1 - 2. The 2nd hal
A packed stadium of Dolls Point fans lead by Manny sure turned up for one hell of a game.
With DPFC kicking off the game down a player Banksia came in firing hard. Dolls defence was lead by their secret weapon Morgan who had an absolute killer ! A few one on ones were shut down by ninga goaly Mel. But unfortunate an unstoppable header slipped through putting Banksia in front 1-0.
Second half kicks off and dolls came back with fire in their boots! The heat was firing up in
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
The opposition turned up ready to play and defied their lowly position on the ladder. The Dolls Point boys had to dig deep to salvage points from the game after going behind 0 - 1 shortly after half time. Dolls Point scored with about 12 minutes to go and created a number of chances looking ominously like they would take all the points on the day. However, Dolls Point had to settle for a 1 - 1 draw. #2016 #Draw #AAD
This time they weren't going to have it all their own way as they did in their first round clash with Lugarno. The Dolls Point guys took an early 1 - 0 win and kept that score going into half time. Seriously undermanned Dolls Point were still able to dominate possession and field position, unfortunately this did not convert into goals. Despite the constant pressure and wealth of possession were not able to find the killer blow to win the game. The game ended in a 1 - 1 draw,