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Pulling off the move twice, Younis was agonisingly denied by Niski on both occasions as the Mt Druitt keeper looked determined to keep the game within reaching distance for his side. The close call sparked Mt Druitt into a late first half surge in attack, coming close to levelling the score on two occasions. It was Kotaro Katsuta who saw his shot go inches past the front stick before Olayinka Sunmola’s curling effort smacked back against the crossbar. Although both sides had periods of dominance throughout the first half, it was Sapsford’s strike from the spot that separated the teams at the break. The second half started in the same matter as the first with both sides throwing caution to the wind in search of what would be a pivotal goal.
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Wollongong should have been two up 12 minutes later. Senna Stevenson’s right-sided cross found Ofuka, whose close-range volley was saved by Omid Ramezani before Jake Trew’s follow-up effort deflected onto the woodwork. The Rangers took the ball down the other end and almost made the Wolves pay for that missed opportunity. Shunta Nakamura seeing his low shot from inside the box cleared off the line by Wollongong defender Kanaizumi. Trew had another chance six minutes before the break when he got into the left channel of the box, but Ramezani who equal to his narrow-angled shot.
Mitch Stamatellis and Nathan Grimaldi impenetrable at the back as they have been all season were on song and did their bit in keeping Mt Druitt at bay. Mt Druitt rang the changes in the second half bringing on Rhett De Silva and Cooper Coskerie for Shunta Nakamura and Anthony Gallo respectively. It would have made little difference had Alex Brown’s long range effort slipped under the bar instead of grazing it and skimming over before Anthony Frangie had a couple of chances straight after. The first a free-kick he fired into the wall and the second deflected out for a corner in an impressive start to the second stanza. More good work from Kamada on the left set up Photi who mistimed his connection inside the box but his blushes were spared when flagged offside.
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Mt Druitt Town Rangers FC Archives - NPL NSW Men'sWollongong Wolves put a young Mount Druitt Town Rangers to the sword, getting up 5-0 at Albert Butler Memorial Park in the final round of NPL NSW Men’s football played at Albert Butler Memorial Park on a sunny Sunday afternoon. Christopher McStay notched a brace while Takumi Ofuka, Sebastian Hernandez and Banri Kanaizumi all got in on the act. The Wolves hit the front 14 minutes in after an even start to proceedings. Lachlan Scott’s neat turn centrally saw the forward slip in McStay on the edge of the box, who bent an accurate curling strike into the right side of the net.
The match was really end to end and Frangie squandered another terrific chance for the visitors when heading over at the back stick. Brodie Clarkson was set up by Photi but his curling effort skewed wide of the upright as the chances swung like a pendulum in a strongly contested battle. Mt Druitt Rangers finally received their just deserts when Frangie found the net to level the score in the 73’ minute just as the game slowed with tiring legs. Frangie was one of the only players that looked dangerous for the visitors. and after a lengthy spell on the sidelines, it could be said that Mt Druitt’s fortunes may have been different should they had the talented attacker’s services.
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“We were cruising at 2-0 and then the send off made it messy but we got out of there with the win despite some key players missing. ” said Papoythis. Mt Druitt Town Rangers 1 (Frangie ‘90+3) Marconi Stallions 2 (Hatfield ‘15, Own Goal ’37) Sunday 13 August 2023 Popondetta Park, Emerton Referee: Matt Staples Assistant Referees: Alessandro Llana & James Makris Fourth Official: Jackson Mackie Mt Druitt Town Rangers: 1. Solomon-John Monahan-Vaiika (6. Jared Macerola ‘63), 3. Nikola Djordjevic, 5. Jacob Esposito (17. Cooper Coskerie ‘72), 8. Henry Davies, 10.
It worsened for Sutherland just moments later when Grimaldi received his second caution of the game, and was subsequently sent from the field leaving his side down to 10-men for the remaining quarter hour against a resurgent Rangers outfit. From a dominant first-half display it was Sutherland who were forced to cling on for a point, albeit they still created chances, yet both sides had cause to believe they should have garnered all three. Rangers Assistant Coach Andrew Montgomery rued a poor first-half as Mt Druitt faced an uphill battle in fighting off a relegation playoff match with a League One runner’s up club. “We were very much second best in the first-half, ” he said.
Sydney United 58 FC (NSW) will host Brisbane Roar FC to kick off the Round of 16 on 26 August, following their recent victories over Broadmeadow Magic FC (NNSW) and Newcastle Jets respectively. It will be followed by an all Isuzu UTE A-League affair at Jack Edwards Reserve, Oakleigh on 27 August as Melbourne City FC take on the Wellington Phoenix. Match Day 3 will see fixtures across three states on 29 August, with Melbourne Knights FC (VIC) and Campbelltown City SC (SA) going head-to-head at Sunshine North, Victoria in an all-NPL fixture. MetroStars (SA) will be looking to continue their Cup run against Inter Lions FC from NSW League One, with both teams coming off strong performances in the Round of 32. While after a blistering start to the Final Rounds, the Western Sydney Wanderers FC will play out of Marconi Stadium, Bossley Park as they face their Isuzu UTE A-League compatriots, Adelaide United.
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Carney explained after a ‘stale’ first 20 minutes, he was happy with what he saw as he builds for next season. “Last week against Blacktown, I thought we were all over them; they were last year’s champions, but we just couldn’t take our chances, but today we took our chances, and that was the difference, ” Carney said. “There’s not one game I could say that we’ve been dominated. We like to have the ball, like to be in control so it’s looking good. The team’s really gelling together. ” Rangers’ coach Stewart Montgomery said that after last week’s defeat to Western Sydney Wanderers, the team knew the Wolves match was ‘a dead rubber’. “It was really important for us to take the time to rest our first graders and give the young guys an opportunity, ” Montgomery said.
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