Sunday 13 March 2016

All posts by Roy Hay

Nick Kalmar v Sydney.

Heart demolish Sydney, del Piero, Neill, Emerton and all

Melbourne Heart 3 Sydney 1 Roy Hay Melbourne Heart entertained its largest home crowd for a league match of 13,752 (apart from those against cross-town rival Victory), with a thumping three-one win over Sydney FC. The opening spell was somewhat …

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Corio and North Geelong lead in pre-season Cup

Corio and North Geelong lead in Geelong pre-season Cup Roy Hay Corio and North Geelong are locked on 8 points after each has played four out of five matches in

Milligan Kresinger

Wanderers win on the field and the terraces

Melbourne Victory 1 Western Sydney Wanderers 2 Roy Hay Western Sydney Wanderers made their first appearance in Melbourne in the A-League bringing with them a huge travelling support who enlivened

Kalmar and McGarry

Heart overcome Glory at home

Melbourne Heart 2 Perth Glory 0 Melbourne Heart overcame Perth Glory by two goals to nil at AAMI Park on Saturday night. Nick Kalmar had his best game in


Melbourne Victory win local derby

Melbourne Victory 2 Melbourne Heart 1 Roy Hay Melbourne Victory won the deciding local derby for the 2012-13 season against Melbourne Heart by two goals to one at Etihad Stadium

NG v C

Diversity Cup kicks off in Geelong

Diversity Cup kicks-off in Geelong Roy Hay North Geelong and Corio kicked off the pre-season Diversity Cup at Myers Reserve in Geelong on Friday night. Hosted this year by Geelong


Sydney women win second crown at expense of Victory

Melbourne Victory 1 Sydney FC 3 Roy Hay Sydney FC Women reversed the result of yesterday’s A-League game when they overcame Melbourne Victory by three goals to one in the

MV v SFC line-up 26.1.13

Victory put Sydney to the sword

Melbourne Victory put Sydney to the sword Roy Hay Melbourne Victory moved into second place on the A-League ladder with a three-one win over Sydney FC, which finished the match

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England in Australia in 1925

Jack Elkes of England shoots for goal in the match against Western Australia at Fremantle Oval on 9 May 1925. The Western Australian players from the

Williams, Tadic, Fred

Heart knock off second placed Adelaide United

David Williams and Josip Tadic combine to beat Dario Vidosic of Adelaide United. Photo: Roy Hay. Melbourne Heart 2 Adelaide United 0 Roy Hay Goals five minutes into each half gave

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