Tuesday 15 March 2016

All posts by Roy Hay

Zadworny on break

North Geelong squeak past Corio

North squeak through in final rehearsal North Geelong scored in the last minute to beat Corio by three goals to two in a very entertaining rehearsal for next week’s grand final in the City of Greater Geelong Cup at Bell …

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Buckley et al

Time for FFA to hold its nerve

Time for FFA to keep its nerve Roy Hay (This aritcle appeared on the SBS website, The World Game on 22 February 2012 and in Goal Weekly on 24 February

Surfcoast v Geelong Rangers

North Geelong and Corio on track for final

North and Corio on track for final Roy Hay North Geelong and Corio will meet next Friday night at 6 pm in a dress rehearsal for the grand final of

Williams and Germano

Babalj wins a tight one for Melbourne Heart

Melbourne Heart 1 Gold Coast United 0 Roy Hay A late goal by substitute Eli Babalj gave Melbourne Heart a vital win in its attempt to retain its position in

Jacob Mills Stuart Begg

North Geelong power away in CoGG Cup

North power away in CoGG Cup Roy Hay North Geelong secured a place in the 2012 City of Greater Geelong Cup final with its third win in succession in this

Kwasnik surrounded

Victory knock off league leaders for first win under Magilton

Melbourne Victory 2 Central Coast Mariners 1 Roy Hay Melbourne Victory recorded its first win under Jim Magilton as coach, knocking off league leader Central Coast Mariners by two goals


Rale Rasic the master coach

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Corio v Surfcoast

Corio and Bell Park win CoGG Cup matches

Corio and Bell Park win CoGG Cup matches Roy Hay Corio beat Surfcoast two-nil and Bell Park came from behind to beat Geelong Rangers two-one in City of Greater Geelong

Franjic Balaj Rojas

Heart versus Victory ends in stalemate

Melbourne Heart 0 Melbourne Victory 0 Roy Hay Melbourne Heart and Melbourne Victory played out a scoreless draw at AAMI Park on Saturday night in front of 26,395 noisy and

NG v G 3.2.12

North Geelong down Geelong in Cup opener

North Geelong overwhelm Geelong in City of Greater Geelong Cup opener Roy Hay First Division club North Geelong overwhelmed local rivals Geelong by four goals to nil in the opening

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