Men’s Puma F-League Round 3 Review


Vic Vipers joined Dural at the 2016 Men’s PUMA F-League summit with a double-victory over Boomerangs and Inner West, Magic bettering South Brisbane to claim third spot, while East Coast also beat the Queenslanders in an 18-goal marathon.

The Warriors versus South Brisbane match scheduled for Valentine Sports Park on Sunday afternoon was postponed due to the dangerous Sydney weather.

Inner West Magic 7 (Dean Lockhart, Mark Symington, Daniel Fogarty 2, Aaron Cimitile, Jonathan Barzel, Shaun Irwin) South Brisbane 2 (James Egeta, Adam Stacey)

Vic Vipers 5 (Victor Brauner, Jason Barrientos, Adam Cooper, Alistair Dunlop, Cosimo Russo) Boomerangs 0

East Coast Heat 11 (Jamie Dib 3, Alex Vlismas 4, Chris Zeballos, Andrew Luttringer, Anthony Haddad, Daniel Fulton) South Brisbane 7 (Josh Sewell 2, Julian Edwards 2, Adam Stacey 3)

Vic Vipers 6 (Victor Brauner, Alistair Dunlop 3, Adam Cooper 2) Inner West Magic 4 (Mark Symington, Danny Martinez 2, Daniel Fogarty)

Dural Warriors v South Brisbane postponed

Vipers grip Boomerangs

Reigning premiers Vic Vipers whitewashed Boomerangs 5-zip in a workmanlike performance at Victoria Futsal Centre on Saturday afternoon

A sluggish start from both sides was broken by a Victor Brauner quarter-hour strike saw the Victorians wrestle a 1-0 halftime advantage from a tight Boomerangs defence, and Vipers slithered away with it in the second term behind goals to Adam Cooper, Jason Barrientos, Cosimo Russo and Alistair Dunlop.

The Vics now have four F-League cleansheets to their name (only Dural have more with seven), while a 15th straight Boomerangs loss has them contemplating a long, lonely winter.

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This week’s games

Just a couple of men’s fixtures with Dural Warriors playing Boomerangs at the Dural Sports & Leisure Centre on Friday night (7.30pm) and East Coast Heat against North Canberra Untouchables at Valentine Sports Park.