Wallis retains top spot

by admin on July 22nd, 2018

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Wallis Lake’s Bayden Schumann is on the ball.
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Round 14 of Football Mid North Coast Premier League saw Wallis Lake travel toTuffins Lane, Port Macquarie to take on Port FC.

Mitch Yarnold in full flight.

The round one fixture betweenthese two sides earlier in the season resulted in Wallis Lake collecting all threepoints in what was a hard fought 4-2 win at Boronia Park.

The goal scoring began early, when after fiveminutes a quick counter attack from aWallis Lake corner saw the young Port FC winger outpace the Wallis Lakedefence before beating the goalkeeper one on one.

Port FC held onto their leadfor 20 minutes, before some brilliant attacking play found Pete Masterantonioopen in the six yard box, squaring the game up at 1-1.

Wallis Lake’s second goal was testament to their hard work, chipping away at thePort FC defence, before Ethan Perry beat his defender at half way, took the ballinto the box and crossed the perfect ball to Masterantonio who slotted home togive Wallis the lead of 2-1 at halftime.

The game was further taken away from Port FC, with Wallis Lake holding amajority of possession and forcing the opposition to survive wave after wave ofattacking play.

The second half deadlock finally broke when Roan Whitemanfound himself with space in the middle of the park, playing a sublime ball inbehind the defence was touched past the keeper for Ethan Perry to pass the ballinto an open net.

The final 10 minutes provided two more Wallis Lake goals, with super-subSteven Mealamu finding himself open on the back post after a parried shot fromRoan Whiteman landed at his feet, 4-1.

Tireless attacking by Mitch Yarnold downthe right wing came to fruition when man of the match, Perry again foundhimself one on one with the opposition keeper, blasting the goal into the back ofthe net.

Full time: Wallis Lake 5 (Masterantonio 2, Perry 2, Mealamu 1) – Port FC 1.

Camden Haven Redbacks slipping up again, losing 2-1 to Kempsey Saints athome sees Wallis Lake extend their lead at the top of the table.

Next Saturday,Wallis Lake are at home to Port United, who have shown an impressive run ofform lately which will likely test the fortitude of the squad.

Reserve gradeWallis Lake reserves again continued their winning ways, romping a 7-0 victoryover a much below class Port FC.

Although not playing their best, Wallis Laketurned on the fireworks in the second half to slot fivepast bottom placed Port FC.

Boaz Flower was again a standout for Wallis, with Chris Cheers, Jayden Carmodyand Tyla Chef pulling the strings in the middle of the park. Wallis Lake 7 (Clark 2,Walpole 1, Mealamu 1, Chef 1, Naylor 1, Carmody 1) – Port FC 0.

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