Lions are tamed by Blues, but Tigers come out on top

PUBLISHED: 11:04 15 November 2012

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Senrab Lions 1 Aztec Blue 1

Filip Ksiadz struck to earn Senrab Lions under-eights a valuable draw on Sunday against Aztec.

The Lions trailed at half-time with the Blues firmly on top in a one-sided contest.

But a team-talk from Senrab manager Scott McCarthy saw the Lions much-improved in the second-half.

And Ksiadz’s stunning goal sealed a fully-deserved draw.

Lions: Lawrence, McCarthy, Joslin, Tatum, Marcel-Dilaver, Ksiadz, Onyebuchukwu, Hilaire, Crafer, Hussiya.

Senrab Tigers 5 Tigers JFC White Socks 0

Two goals from Jayden Munroe helped Senrab Tigers under-eights to a comprehensive home victory over the JFC White Socks.

Rio Shaw, James Johnson and Harrison Walker were all on the scoresheet with brilliant goals for Aaron Fisher’s supreme Senrab side.

And Munroe completed the win with his brace in a dominant display for Tigers, which bodes well for the long and testing league season ahead.

Tigers: Beaver, Munroe, Shaw, Johnson, Walker, Graham, Drew, Sparling, McCarthy, Avey-Enever.

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