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1st XI Soccer report – May 27, 2015

ST PATRICK’S COLLEGE – 8 defeated BALLARAT HIGH SCHOOL 0 – GOALS Brayden Baker 3, Jake Selby, Jack Reinhardt, Ben Hutchins, Jack Gaffney, Josh De Voogel – BEST Brayden Baker, Jake Selby, Dennis Heinke, Ben Hutchins, Marco Farrell – Jack Gaffney gave off a sideways ball to Jack Reinhardt and drew a good save on…

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Intermediate Soccer Report – May 20, 2015

It is convenient to make the analogy that the Year 9s are currently studying the First World War, and what the Intermediate Soccer squad experienced for the better part of Wednesday’s match away against Ballarat Grammar could best be described as a stalemate. In freezing and damp conditions, the first 15 minutes of the match…

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SPC Blue soccer report – May 20. 2015

SPC Blue 3 D Ballarat Clarendon College– 1 This was the first opportunity for SPC Blue to play together, a mixture of Year 8, 11 and 12 students. Despite the wet and windy conditions the players were enthusiastic with the upcoming encounter with BCC who the previous week had defeated SPC Green (First XI) two…

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1st XI Soccer report – May 20, 2015

ST PATRICK’S COLLEGE – 4 d- MT CLEAR COLLEGE 1 GOALS – Jake Selby 3, Jack Gaffney BEST – – – Jake Selby, Brandon Lauton, Trent Moodley, Brayden Baker, Will McLoughlin, Oliver Janssens, Leighton Parkinson – Trent Moodley was on fire early and looked like he could take the game by the scruff of the…

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1st XI Soccer report – May 13, 2015

ST PATRICK’S COLLEGE – 1 defeated by BALLARAT CLARENDON COLLEGE 2 GOALS – Josh DeVoogel BEST– Miles Baker, Josh DeVoogel, Jake Selby, James King, Brandon Lauton, Josh Lynch The first half revealed that the season was not going to be a walk in the park for the St Patrick’s team as College had assembled a…

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Intermediate Soccer Report – May 13, 2015

SPC v BCC In freezing and muddy conditions on the grass pitch at Morshead Park, a squad of 13 Year 9 players took on Ballarat Clarendon College for the second time this season. With a confidence that remained for the entire match, St Pat’s opened the scoring in the first minute courtesy of a cracking…

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Intermediate soccer report, May 5, 2015

In cold and slippery conditions after days of sporadic rain, the SPC Intermediate soccer squad took on Ballarat High School on the Shed Oval.- BHS arrived with only seven players, and five SPC players volunteered to fill the ranks of their depleted squad over both halves and all contributed well to that cause.- These players…

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