Top four in sights of Falcons

by admin on May 20th, 2019

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AMBITIOUS: Horsham Falcons’ Matthew Hadden, Jonah Dickinson and Sam Griffiths celebrate a goal against Bacchus Marsh. Picture: COLLEEN DUMESNY HORSHAM Falcons’under-15 side has moved up a spot in the ladder to fifth with five games remaining.
Nanjing Night Net

The young side wasmeant to play Vic Park White on Sunday 24 but the traveling side forfeited the game.

This gave the Falcons an automatic three points but no advantage on goal difference,which could be detrimental later in the season.

Coach Elijah Macchia said it was disappointing there was no opportunityto see the new up-and-coming squad members in action at Dudley Cornell on Sunday.

“We have some very talented youngsters coming through our internal league at the moment –the future looks bright for the club,” he said.The Falcons are set to face rivals Sebastopol at St George’s Parkon Sunday, July 31.

The Falcons have lost both games against the Vikings this season but the side was competitive in both matches.

“As a side we want to show the league that we can defeat the best,” Macchia said.

“It will take a full team contribution to win this game but I believe my side has become strong as a unit and have developed a great understanding of each other.

“I just want my playersto have fun and learn from this year.”

The Falcons faced Sebastopol in the first game of the season and were defeated 4-2.

In the second game, the side wasdefeated 5-3.

“Every time we have played a team twice we have come back even stronger and I again expect that from the side on Sunday,” Macchia said.The Falcons have a hard run home with games against the top three teams Ballarat, Vic Park and Sebastopol.

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