Westfield FFA Cup Round 4 Southern Pool Review

April 5th, 2016


Adamstown Rosebuds put on a tight contest early on in the game against Lambton Jaffas FC in the Round 4 Westfield FFA Cup Southern Pool. However the send-off of Adamstown’s keeper Scott Carter, for a tackle against Luke Remington outside of the box, changed the whole competition of the game, with the Jaffas leading 1-0 from a penalty earlier on by Jobe Wheelhouse.

Adamstown were eager to fight and find the back of the net however worsened their chances after missing a penalty early on in the second half.

Virtually in the end, Lambton’s extra man on their side gave them that extra push that finished the game defeating Adamstown 5-0 with four goals in the last 20 minutes by Willard and Wood.

For the match against Hamilton Olympic and Charlestown City Blues, Olympics Rhys Cooper scored twice before Daniel Bird scored a third to lead the game 3-0 at half time.

Changes made to Charlestown at half time resulted in a better second half, however Ben Koina sunk another goal for Hamilton. Andy Klijn found the back of the net for the Blues but in the end Hamilton ended up being too strong and the better side with securing the score 4-1.

Jaffas and Olympic now have secured spots in the Northern NSW last seven of the Westfield FFA Cup. They now join Singleton, Edgeworth, Belmont Swansea.

Clubs are still being determined in Northern Pool qualifiers, the winner of Norths United in Northern Inland Football and Tuncurry Foster in Football Mid North Coast as well as the winning club from the Football Far North Coast competition against the winners from North Coast.

The final Southern Pool qualifying team will be determined on Wednesday night’s match of West Wallsend and Thornton clash in the June play-offs to succeed into the two final spots in the Round of 32 Westfield FFA Cup.

The Wednesday night clash against West Wallsend and Thornton kicks off at off at 7pm Wednesday 6th April.

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