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Sponsor a Boomerangs FS player!

Boomerangs FS ‘Loyalty Card’ seeking Club Partners for 2018

Boomerangs FS, the number one futsal club for the ACT and region, has developed a new business opportunity that seeks to build a business community through a business loyalty card where the members of the club will be able to call on the services of its club partners.

The loyalty card concept has the potential to expand a business client/customer base which will in return benefit each loyalty card partner. The benefits for club members may include discounts on services and potentially repeat player sponsorships in future years.

Across 2018 there will be opportunities for businesses taking up this offer to participate in a networking night at our preferred venue, Yowani Country Club.

To become involved, we are asking businesses to support a ‘playing member’ of the Boomerangs FS club with a $350 support package. This package will see the benefits of:
– Returning $150 back to sponsored player/family;
– $150 to the Boomerangs FS club to support the development of coaches, programs, equipment and court hire to build capability within the club; and
– $50 towards a gift voucher saved for a community event where you will be given the opportunity to promote your business.

There will also be the regular promotion of your business on the club’s preferred social media outlets along with references of the player you are supporting.

The club aims to build 100 business partners for the 2018 season, and will look to expand our business offers into the 2018/19 season with clothing (naming) sponsorship deals as we compete in the national F-League futsal competition in addition to our NSW and ACT Premier League competitions.

To ensure we receive support from a broad range of businesses, we will limit the number of businesses that fall into the following categories to ensure we get a spread of services that will support our members:
– Local suburban shops – (Needs to be in different locations in Canberra)
– Car Dealers – (Potentially across different regions within Canberra)
– Tradesman – Electrical/Electricians, Plumbing/Gasfitters, Builders, Landscapers, Painters, Mechanics, etc
– Service Providers – Insurance, Accountants, Solicitors, Optometrists, Coffee Shops, etc

Other categories will be added to our list as we build towards our target of 100 businesses.

If you wish to know more about how to get involved, please don’t hesitate contacting the Boomerangs Sponsorship team email sponsorship[at]boomerangsfs.com

Check out the full list of current player sponsors HERE.

FFA 2016 Nationals FINAL WRAP

Photo courtesy of 'photos by loopii'. 

Twelve ACT Boomerangs teams entered… One hundred and fifteen players selected… Thirty coaches and support staff…  Hundreds of parents, grand parents, brothers, sisters and other supporters… Sixty plus pool games played… Two quarter finals and seven semi finals made… One Grand Final contested.

[For photos of the week’s matches, please visit the Boomerangs photo site and the FNSW Official Facebook page.]

Yet another massive effort by the Boomerangs club, working in conjunction with the ACT football federation, Capital Football, to assemble 12 teams to participate the annual FFA Futsal Nationals in Sydney from January 4-8, 2016. In addition, Capital Football sent its representative AWD team (athletes with a disability) to compete in the eight team AWD division, which was well supported by the travelling ACT contingent. Continue reading “FFA 2016 Nationals FINAL WRAP”

FFA 2016 Nationals Day 4 Wrap

Day 4 of the 2016 FFA Futsal Nationals saw ACT teams compete in a final seven pool matches and in eight quarter and semi finals.

It is at about this time of a Nationals Tournament that the pressure starts to rise and the tough week starts to take its toll. The pressure of finishing in the top four – preferably as high as possible so as not to face off against the strongest team in the semi-final. There is also a growing number of vocal and demonstrative supporters (and coaching staff) at each of the matches. This can be quite daunting to the younger age groups. Continue reading “FFA 2016 Nationals Day 4 Wrap”

FFA 2016 Nationals Day 3 Wrap

Day 3 of the 2016 FFA Futsal Nationals saw ACT teams compete in a further 24 matches – mainly across two venues, Valentine Sports Park and Penrith Valley Sports Centre. Dural hosted a limited number of matches only due to rain leakages affecting a couple of courts.

It was yet another fabulous day of high quality futsal, demonstrating all the positives of the indoor game, whilst bringing together the competing States and Territories (and guest internationals), in the spirit of competition. The participating players, from as young as nine years of age, through to 19 year olds, have all competed in a positive spirit and represented with pride – they will all go home with great memories of this week.

The ACT Boomerangs results in summary: Continue reading “FFA 2016 Nationals Day 3 Wrap”

FFA 2016 Nationals Day 2 Wrap

Day 2 of the 2016 FFA Futsal Nationals saw ACT teams compete in a further 21 matches on a Sydney day that pelted down with heavy rain to match the deluge of goals across the many National Futsal Championship matches played. The rain was so heavy that several matches had to be rescheduled to other venues later in the day and well into the evening.

For the competing ACT teams, this was a much improved second day as the players settled into the tournament and started enjoying their games – along with this came more positive results.

In summary: Continue reading “FFA 2016 Nationals Day 2 Wrap”

FFA 2016 Nationals Day 1 Wrap

Day 1 of the 2016 FFA Futsal Nationals saw the ACT teams compete in 19 matches across ten age groups (incl AWD) and saw probably fewer victories than had been anticipated and a few shock losses for strong ACT teams expected to do well this Championship. In summary:

The 12 Girls had a win and a loss from their two matches, with Emma Ilijoski shining in front of goals in game one.

12 Boys White (development squad) were on the wrong end of a couple of big scorelines, but showed a lot of promise and heart, and potential (including a second Ilijoski registering multiple goals on the score sheet).

12 Boys Blue lost a very tight encounter against front runners, NSW Thunder, but in the process demonstrated far more positives than negatives. Continue reading “FFA 2016 Nationals Day 1 Wrap”

FFA Futsal Nationals 2016 – Preview

After a solid showing at the 2015 FFA National Futsal Championships, the Boomerangs club is working with Capital Football to send twelve teams to the 2016 edition in Sydney from January 4-8.

The Championships are being held across four venues in Sydney with pool matches being played at Valentine Park (Football NSW headquarters and Sydney’s premier futsal centre), Dural Sport and Leisure Centre and at Penrith Valley Regional Sports Centre.  Friday 8 January will see the finals played at Sydney Olympic Park.

In addition to representation from all Australian mainland states, the Solomon Islands will also have boys teams represented in the U12 and U14 age groups. This will provide an opportunity for ACT futsal players to not only take on the best teams in the country, but to also test themselves against a formidable international opposition. Continue reading “FFA Futsal Nationals 2016 – Preview”

CF Junior Premier League Grand Final Wins

From Capital Football.

GIRLS JPL13/15 GRAND FINAL – BOOMERANGS TOO CLASSY FOR BLUE DEVILS

GIRLS U13/15
GRAND FINAL

Boomerangs FS U15 9 (Madeleine Perceval 6’, 26’, Cecilija Matic 11’, 28’, Ashlyn Garrity 27’, Emma Ilijoski 28’, 34’, Stella De Marco 37’, Isabella Tammaro 39’) Belconnen United 0

Boomerangs FS were crowned Girls U13/15 Futsal Premier League Champions with a comfortable 9-0 win over Belconnen United in the Grand Final. Belconnen set their stall out early conceding possession to the Boomerangs side and seemingly content to defend in numbers and try to frustrate their opponents. And, to a degree, it worked until the sixth minute when some patient Boomerangs build-up was rewarded with a simple finish from Madeleine Perceval. The danger in allowing a side as talented as the Boomerangs the monopoly of the ball is that they will finally create an opening and they did again on eleven minutes as Stella De Marco skipped past a challenge and pulled the ball back for Cecilija Matic to sweep into the roof of the net. The Blue Devils were restricted to just one effort in the opening half as Leila Craemer-Banks broke away but shot wide when well placed. Otherwise it was Boomerangs very much in ascendancy at the interval.

It was a gallant defensive effort by the Blue Devils, who had suffered a heavy defeat to this opposition in the round-robin series, and they continued to provide a roadblock to the Boomerangs ambitions of adding to the scoreboard until Perceval rapped in her second from an acute angle. That opened the floodgates and three goals arrived in quick succession as Captain Ashlyn Garrity, Matic and Emma Ilijoski all netted in the space of a minute. Boomerangs withdrew their ‘keeper to create an extra player and pile on the pressure and Ilijoski scored her second of the match with five minutes to play. Stella De Marco added the eighth goal with time running out and Isabella Tammaro rounded out the tally in the final minute. In the end it was Boomerangs extra class that told despite Belconnen’s best efforts.

Boomerangs FS U15: 41. Sally JAMES, 27. Isabella TAMMARO, 28. Sonia PASQUARIELLO, 29. Charlotte GRANDY, 31. Ashlyn GARRITY, 34. Madeleine PERCEVAL, 37. Cecilija MATIC, 43. Stella DE MARCO, 44. Emma ILIJOSKI
Belconnen United: 1. Jessica WINDSOR, 2. Bronte PYKE, 3. Stephanie HEDDITCH, 4. Eliana MORENO, 5. Felicity FUNNELL, 6. Jessica HARRIS, 8. Angelina PAPANICOLAOU, 11. Leila CRAEMER-BANKS, 12. Mikayla HEDDITCH, 14. Chloe RUDD
Discipline: YELLOW CARDS: None
Match Officials: Aislinn O’LEARY, Georgia GHIRARDELLO


 

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JPL13 GRAND FINAL – RUTHLESS BOOMERANGS CLAIM CROWN

BOYS U13
GRAND FINAL

Boomerangs FS U13 6 (Luca Gagliardi 2’, 38’, Brandon Davids 7’, 34’, Zachary Barbatano 29’, Oliver McCarthy 40’) Monaro Panthers 1 (Timothy Noack 40’)

Boomerangs FS claimed the Boy’s under-13 Junior Futsal Premier League title with a convincing performance as they outplayed a game Monaro Panthers to win the title showdown 6-1. Heading into the match as clear favourites it didn’t take the Boomerangs long to assert their authority as, from a free-kick awarded for the Panthers ‘keeper delaying the play, Luca Gagliardi crashed home. Boomerangs were stringing together some intricate passing combinations and another splendid move barely five minutes later yielded the second as Brandon Davids slid the ball into the empty net at the far post and that cushion allowed Boomerangs to dictate the pace. They dominated possession for the majority of the opening half with the Panthers restricted to sporadic breakaways, the end of one of which Daniel Skazlic drew a decent save from Boomerangs custodian Callum Foster. But Boomerangs were well worthy of their half-time advantage.

The Panthers needed to strike next if they were to force their way back into the match and they certainly tightened up defensively but, unfortunately, were struggling to find a way past the solid Boomerangs defence. And it was the Boomerangs who were to increase their lead with eleven minutes remaining. Again it was the movement and precision of passing that undid the Panthers with Zachary Barbatano, a constant threat, rewarded with a fine goal. That seemed to knock a bit of the stuffing out of the Panthers and Davids was able to nab a second, sweeping the ball high into the roof of the net from close range, to effectively seal the result in the 34th minute. Gagliardi completed his brace two minutes from time and there was time for the half dozen as Oliver McCarthy crunched in the sixth. The Panthers gained a modicum of reward when Timothy Noack scored with seconds to spare but it was Boomerangs match.

STATISTICS 
Boomerangs FS U13: 49. Callum FOSTER, 38. Zachary BARBATANO, 39. Luca GAGLIARDI, 40. Armani TAFFA, 43. Robert TKATCHENKO, 44. Murphy SHAW, 46. Oliver MCCARTHY, 50. Brandon DAVIDS, 77. Stefan VUCIC
Monaro Panthers: 1. Jez ANDERSON, 15. Lachlan FRANCE, 16. Timothy NOACK, 17. Adrian LO, 18. Jeremiah CHARLTON, 20. Noah BUDD, 21. Daniel SKAZLIC
Discipline: YELLOW CARDS: None
Match Officials: Charlie KURTHI, Lachlann DRIVER-RAE

CF ACT Premier League

Results from Capital Football on the ACT Men’s Premier Leagues.

MEN’S FPL – STATUS QUO MAINTAINED AT HEAD OF LADDER

MEN’S FUTSAL PREMIER LEAGUE
ROUND 12

It’s as you were at the top of the Men’s Futsal Premier League as the top two sides, Canberra Olympic Superprawns and Boomerangs FS both won to remain in the pole positions at the top of the ladder. Goals from Robbie Cattanach, who’s double took him level at the top of the Golden Boot standings, and Ryan Keir, who also nabbed a brace, gave the Superprawns a 6-4 success over Boomerangs FS Youth.

Goran Josifovski and Pat Ross-Magee both added to the Superprawns tally but the youthful Boomerangs made the favourites work hard and pushed them all the way with goals from Michael Rinaudo (2), Chris Smith and Nicholas Rathjen keeping them in touch. Ultimately the leaders claimed the points and are another step closer to the number one placing come finals time.

In the other match played last week goals from Callum Smith and Jake Wilsener gave Boomerangs FS a 2-0 win over Untouchables FC to keep the Boomerangs above their opponents in the latest rankings. Smith and Wilsener now both have five goals for the season and their team look set to finish second on the table.

RESULTS 

Boomerangs FS Youth 4 (Michael Rinaudo (2), Chris Smith, Nicholas Rathjen) Canberra Olympic Superprawns 6 (Robbie Cattanach (2), Ryan Keir (2), Goran Josifovski, Pat Ross-Magee)

Untouchables FC 0 Boomerangs FS 2 (Callum Smith, Jake Wilsener)

TABLE

Team

P

W

D

L

F

A

GD

Pts

1

Canberra Olympic Superprawns

9

8

0

1

49

26

+23

24

2

Boomerangs FS

9

6

0

3

38

30

+8

18

3

Untouchables FC

9

4

1

4

27

27

0

14

4

Woden-Weston Timberwolves

9

2

2

5

25

34

-9

10

5

Boomerangs FS Youth

9

1

1

7

24

44

-20

5

LEADING SCORERS
13
Robbie CATTANACH (Canberra Olympic Superprawns), Daniel BENNETT (Boomerangs FS)
11 Daniel FULTON (Canberra Olympic Superprawns)
8 Ryan KEIR, Pat ROSS-MAGEE (Canberra Olympic Superprawns), Brett FORWARD (Untouchables FC)
7 Misko NAUMOSKI (Woden-Weston Timberwolves)
6 Jason O’DWYER, Brad SAWYER (Boomerangs FS), Trent FLANIGAN (Canberra Olympic Superprawns), Tony ALEKSOVSKI, Daniel BARAC (Woden-Weston Timberwolves)
5 Callum SMITH, Jake WILSENER (Boomerangs FS), Victor YANES (Untouchables FC)
4 Ben BASSER-SILK, Jonathan CIMINELLI, Michael RINAUDO, Chris SMITH, Kai THORNTON (Boomerangs FS Youth), Ryan TREDINNICK (Untouchables FC)
3 Daniel GIOVINAZZO (Boomerangs FS), Nicholas RATHJEN (Boomerangs FS Youth), Jason FARRELL (Untouchables FC), William SHEPPARD (Woden-Weston Timberwolves)
2 Nicholas RATHJEN (Boomerangs FS Youth), Kristian COLLINS (Boomerangs FS), Goran JOSIFOVSKI (Canberra Olympic Superprawns), Matt COREY, Richard MOON (Untouchables FC), Own GOAL
1 Chris KAZOLIS, Ahmed UGOOL (Boomerangs FS Youth), Angelo KONSTANTINOU (Canberra Olympic Superprawns), Kendrick BEUTH, Raymond MOON, Michael SYDNEY (Untouchables FC), Vinnie BRASIL, Grant DAVOREN, Bobby JOVANOVSKI (Woden-Weston Timberwolves)

Results from Capital Football on the ACT Women’s Premier Leagues.

WOMEN’S FPL – UNTOUCHABLES FC WHITE REMAIN IN FINALS HUNT

WOMEN’S FUTSAL PREMIER LEAGUE
ROUND 12

There’s still spots up for grabs in the make-sup of the semi-finals for the Women’s Futsal Premier League as the competition edges towards its conclusion as we enter Round 13 this weekend. Six teams are still in contention for the four places with only the top two, and barring a mathematical collapse, the third place term sure of a spot.

Leaders Gungahlin United have all but wrapped up top spot following a 6-0 hammering of Boomerangs FS Youth in the latest action. Golden Boot leader Brittany Palombi smashed a hat-trick to move onto thirty-one goals for the season with regular scorers Grace Field and Ashleigh Palombi also netting. Michelle Aurousseau grabbed her fifth of the campaign as the Gunners ran out easy victors.

Untouchables FC Red made sure that Gungahlin would have to wait to be crowned number one as they defeated Belconnen United 3-1 to leave them six points behind with two matches to play. Jennifer Bisset scored twice for the Untouchables FC Red team with Sophie Kochinos’ fourteenth of the season securing the result. Ariana Ilheo pulled one back for Belconnen United, but they were unable to force their way into the contest and fell to a seventh loss of the season.

Untouchables FC White are back in the hunt for fourth spot as they downed Canberra FC 3-1 denying their opponents the chance to open up what would have been an unassailable gap. Erika Pennyfield, Freyja Jacobsen and Erica Weatherly scored the all-important goals for the Untouchables with Najwa Allen, a regular contributor to the goals column, striking for Canberra FC.

Boomerangs FS cemented their semi-final place with an 8-3 win over Tuggeranong United for whom Samantha Wood (2) and Kristy Helmers scored. A hat-trick from young starlet Madeleine Perceval was equalled by a treble from Daniella Cecere as the Boomerangs satiated their hunger for goals against their lowly opponents. Jordan Buchannan also netted a brace in the victory.

RESULTS

Gungahlin United 6 (Brittany Palombi (3), Grace Field, Michelle Aurousseau, Ashleigh Palombi) Boomerangs FS Youth 0

Untouchables FC Red 3 (Jennifer Bisset (2), Sophie Kochinos) Belconnen United 1 (Adriana Ilheo)

Canberra FC 1 (Najwa Allen) Untouchables FC White 3 (Erika Pennyfield, Freyja Jacobsen, Erica Weatherly)

Boomerangs FS 8 (Madeleine Perceval (3), Daniella Cecere (3), Jordan Buchanan (2)) Tuggeranong United 3 (Samantha Wood (2), Kristy Helmers)

TABLE

Team

P

W

D

L

F

A

GD

Pts

1

Gungahlin United

13

12

0

1

87

21

+66

36

2

Untouchables FC Red

12

10

0

2

40

19

+21

30

3

Boomerangs FS

12

7

1

4

46

44

+2

23

4

Canberra FC

12

4

3

5

31

39

-8

18

5

Untouchables FC White

12

5

1

6

37

29

+8

17

6

Belconnen United

13

4

2

7

26

46

-20

16

7

Tuggeranong United

12

2

1

9

29

58

-29

8

8

Boomerangs FS Youth

12

0

2

10

17

57

-40

2

LEADING SCORERS
31
Brittany PALOMBI (Gungahlin United)
21 Grace FIELD, Ashleigh PALOMBI (Gungahlin United)
14 Najwa ALLEN (Canberra FC), Sophia KOCHINOS (Untouchables FC Red)
12 Jennifer BISSET (Canberra FC), Daniella CECERE (Boomerangs FS), Mikayla VAN DEYK (Untouchables FC White)
8 Brittany SMALE (Belconnen United), Sarah CRITTENDEN (Boomerangs FS)
7 Olivia GURNEY (Boomerangs FS), Madelyn WHITTALL (Canberra FC), Kristy HELMERS (Tuggeranong United), Ellie RAYMOND (Untouchables FC Red)
6 Iesha FLORES (Belconnen United), Ann MAYO (Tuggeranong United), Freyja JACOBESEN, Erika PENNYFIELD (Untouchables FC White)
5 Adriana ILHEO (Belconnen United), Jordan BUCHANAN, Michaela DAY, (Boomerangs FS), Alex MARTENS, Amelia TURNER (Boomerangs FS Youth), Michelle AUROUSSEAU (Gungahlin United)
4 Sabrina SPINAPOLICE (Boomerangs FS), Nicole JALOCHA (Canberra FC), Stephanie COATES (Gungahlin United), Lucy ROWLAND, Sonya SHEEDY, Samantha WOOD (Tuggeranong United)
3 Annalise HEDDITCH (Belconnen United), Rachel CORBETT, Madeleine PERCEVAL (Boomerangs FS Youth), Natalie DE MARCO, Annica SCHOO (Canberra FC), Rebecca WATTS (Gungahlin United), Erica WEATHERLY, Dianne WILSON (Untouchables FC White)
2 Samantha SAVANHU (Belconnen United), Sally ROJAHN (Gungahlin United), Christina EXPOSITO (Tuggeranong United), Alice CHURCHILL, Rhianna GOLDSTEIN (Untouchables FC Red), Sheridan MCELLIGOTT (Untouchables FC White)
1 Christina DREW, Jasmine MAGUIRE (Belconnen United), Kate DAVOREN, Sonja PASQUARIELLO (Boomerangs FS), Amy ABBEY, Isobel D’AMICO, Hayley MCLACHLAN, Ineka VOIGT (Boomerangs FS Youth), Cassandra MADRID (Tuggeranong United), Aniko BERGUNO (Untouchables FC Red), own GOAL

CF ACT Junior Premier League

Results from Capital Football on the ACT Junior Premier Leagues

CAPITAL FOOTBALL JUNIOR FUTSAL PREMIER LEAGUE

GIRLS U13/15
ROUND 6

Canberra Olympic 2 (Isabella Leckie, Chloe Delacy) Boomerangs FS U13 7 (Stella De Marco (3), Lilli Thomas (2), Lucy D’Arcy, Leah Geale)

Woden Valley U15 2 (Jane Karki, Jamila Noore) Woden Valley U13 1 (Abigail Maguire)

Belconnen United 2 (Eliana Moreno (2)) Weston-Molonglo FC 1 (Jade Evenett)

TABLE

Team

P

W

D

L

F

A

GD

Pts

1

Boomerangs FS U15

5

5

0

0

52

4

+48

15

2

Boomerangs FS U13

5

3

0

2

18

17

+1

9

3

Belconnen United

5

2

1

2

7

20

-13

8

4

Woden Valley U13

5

2

0

3

14

17

-3

6

5

Weston-Molonglo FC

5

2

0

3

11

12

-1

6

6

Woden Valley U15

5

2

0

3

7

17

-10

6

7

Canberra Olympic

6

1

1

4

11

33

-22

5

LEADING SCORERS
14
Alicia MEURONEN (Boomerangs FS U15)
12 Madeleine PERCEVAL (Boomerangs FS U15)
9 Stella DE MARCO* (Boomerangs FS U15)
6 Hayley TAYLOR (Weston-Molonglo FC)
5 Isabella TAMMARO (Boomerangs FS U15)
4 Ashlyn GARRITY, Emma ILLJOSKI, Cecilija MATIC, Sonia PASQUARIELLO (Boomerangs FS U15), Alex MCKENZIE, Taylor MCNIVEN (Woden Valley U13)
3 Cecilija MATIC, Lilli THOMAS (Boomerangs FS U13), Kate MASKELL (Canberra Olympic), Jade EVENETT (Weston-Molonglo FC), Abigail MAGUIRE (Woden Valley U13)
2 Leila CRAEMER-BANKS, Eliana MORENO, Bronte PYKE (Belconnen United), Lucy D’ARCY, Maria PACHI (Boomerangs FS U13), Chloe DELACY, Ayla ROBERTSON (Canberra Olympic), Claudia GARNER (Weston-Molonglo FC), Jane KARKI, Jamila NOORE, Natarsha SAVERY (Woden Valley U15)
1 Stephanie HEDDITCH (Belconnen United), Ellen BROWN, Carla DIFRONZO, Leah GEALE (Boomerangs FS U13), Charlotte GRANDY (Boomerangs FS U15), Lara AGNEW, Marcia LAWSON, Isabella LECKIE (Canberra Olympic), Ella-Rose BROWN, Angela CHOPPING, Caitlin LISTAR (Woden Valley U13), Helen BUMBY (Woden Valley U15), Own GOAL

*4 goals for Boomerangs FS U13
BOYS U13
ROUND 6

Boomerangs FS U12 10 (Kieren Allen (4), Ethan Barac (2), Sebastian Woods, TBC x3)
Canberra Olympic 5 (Dylan Barreto, William Buckmaster, Nicholas Cachia, Kai Jeong-Reuss, Ethan Tay)

Woden-Weston Wanderers 3 (Oscar Taylor (2), Dane Kluken) Woden-Weston Lightning 5 (Joshua Croker (3), Mathew Poulos, Kenzo Sly-Umebayashi)

Monaro Panthers 2 (Noah Budd, Timothy Noack) Belconnen United 3 (Jake Bishop, Rohan Maxwell, Leon Michl)

TABLE

Team

P

W

D

L

F

A

GD

Pts

1

Boomerangs FS U13

5

5

0

0

67

5

+62

15

2

Belconnen United

5

3

1

1

27

22

+5

11

3

Boomerangs FS U12

5

3

1

1

34

33

+1

11

4

Monaro Panthers

5

3

0

2

17

24

-7

9

5

Woden-Weston Lightning

5

2

0

3

18

28

-10

6

6

Woden-Weston Wanderers

6

1

0

5

20

42

-22

3

7

Canberra Olympic

5

0

0

5

10

39

-29

0

LEADING SCORERS
20 Luca GAGLIARDI (Boomerangs FS U13)

11 Zachary BARBATANO (Boomerangs FS U13)
10 Brandon DAVIDS (Boomerangs FS U13)
9 Sebastian WOODS (Boomerangs FS U12), Armani TAFFA (Boomerangs FS U13)
8 Kenzo SLY-UMEBASHI (Woden-Weston Lightning)
7 Jake BISHOP (Belconnen United)
6 Leon MICHL (Belconnen United)
5 Bailey SORENSON (Boomerangs FS U12), Oliver MCCARTHY, Murphy SHAW (Boomerangs FS U13), Lachlan FRANCE (Monaro Panthers), Cameron ROXBURGH, Liam VICKERS (Woden-Weston Wanderers)
4 Zane MCALPINE (Belconnen United), Kieren ALLEN (Boomerangs FS U12), Robert TKATCHENKO, Stefan VUCIC (Boomerangs FS U13), Odhran TRAYNOR (Boomerangs FS U12), Joshua CROKER (Woden Valley Lightning)
3 Eddie KERSHAW (Belconnen United), Dylan BARRETO (Canberra Olympic), Noah BUDD, Adrian LO (Monaro Panthers), Mathew POULOS (Woden-Weston Lightning), Oscar TAYLOR (Woden-Weston Wanderers)
2 Henry JAGLA, Rohan MAXWELL (Belconnen United), Ethan BARAC, Samuel GODWIN-WISEMAN, James STODDART (Boomerangs FS U12), Ethan TAY (Canberra Olympic), Jeremiah CHARLTON, Timothy NOACK, Daniel SKAZLIC (Monaro Panthers), Riley PATERSON, Alessio ZAZO (Woden-Weston Wanderers)
1 Gabriel GRAETZ, Frederik MOELLER, Harry STEWART (Belconnen United), Thomas BARBATANO, Noah DOWLING, Nicholas PRATEZINA (Boomerangs FS U12), Cale BROWN, William BUCKMASTER, Nicholas CACHIA, Kai JEONG-REUSS, Emmanuel PAPANICOLAU (Canberra Olympic), Ryan BAKKER, Daniel CONNORS, Oliver FOX (Woden-Weston Lightning), Dane KLUKEN, Arman SCHULER-SHAH, Dylan TENG (Woden-Weston Wanderers)
BOYS U15
ROUND 5

Boomerangs FS 1 (Ryan Edwards) Canberra Olympic 4 (Oscar Hourigan (2), Adam Forner (2))

Monaro Panthers 3 (James Driscoll, Harrison Palic, Blaise Vlazlovski) Woden-Weston FC 1 (Owen Booth)

TABLE

Team

P

W

D

L

F

A

GD

Pts

1

Monaro Panthers

5

3

0

2

22

17

+5

9

2

Canberra Olympic

5

3

0

2

18

14

+4

9

3

Boomerangs FS

5

2

1

2

15

17

-2

8

4

Woden-Weston FC

5

1

1

3

7

14

-7

5

 

LEADING SCORERS
11
Blaise VLAZLOVSKI (Monaro Panthers)
5 Michael SOUTHAM (Canberra Olympic), James DRISCOLL (Monaro Panthers)
4 Adam FORNER, Oscar HOURIGAN (Canberra Olympic), Kodi MCLACHLAN (Woden-Weston FC)
3 Zachary BARBATANO, Will MANOLO (Boomerangs FS), Harrison PALIC (Monaro Panthers)
2 Ryan EDWARDS, Armani TAFFA (Boomerangs FS), Xavier WARD (Canberra Olympic), Mitchell EVANS (Monaro Panthers) Owen BOOTH (Woden-Weston FC)
1 Lachlan CHOUNDARY, Luca GAGLIARDI, Oliver MCCARTHY, Murphy SHAW, Robert TKATCHENKO (Boomerangs FS), Wil CLARK, Max PHELPS, Panos MOROGIANNIS (Canberra Olympic), Max FARINAZZO (Monaro Panthers), Jai WHITFIELD (Woden-Weston FC)