Tuesday 16 July 2019

All posts in Journalism 2013

Tadic Barker-Daish

Heart overcome by workmanlike Adelaide

Melbourne Heart 0 Adelaide United 2 Roy Hay After an exciting start in which the home team could have scored several goals, Melbourne Heart eventually succumbed to a workmanlike Adelaide United, losing by two goals to nil at AAMI Park …

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Thompson Broxham

Victory rebounds to crush undermanned Jets

Melbourne Victory 5 Newcastle Jets 0 Roy Hay [caption id="attachment_2120" align="aligncenter" width="300" caption="Victory fans spell out their views"][/caption] Melbourne Victory bounced back dramatically from last week’s away loss to the

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

Savice cross

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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