Sunday 13 March 2016

All posts in Journalism 2012

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 year’s tournament at Bell Park Sports Club. Rangers started brightly …

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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

Kewell and Emerton.

Victory held after another second half fade out

Melbourne Victory 2 Sydney FC 2 Roy Hay [caption id="attachment_1648" align="aligncenter" width="300" caption="Australia Day at AAMI"][/caption] Melbourne Victory were held to two-all draw by Sydney FC in the strangest of

Thhompson, Nicholls, Terra, Franjic

Heart match Roar

Melbourne Heart 1 Brisbane Roar 1 Roy Hay Melbourne Heart once again matched a top-ranked opponent in Brisbane Roar and thoroughly deserved the point it took from a one-all draw

Behich Terra.

Daylight robbery at AAMI as Mariners steal the points

Melbourne Heart 0 Central Coast Mariners 1 Roy Hay In an act of grand larceny Central Coast Mariners stole the points with a last minute goal after Melbourne Heart had

Eli Babalj

Glory too good for Heart in Bolton’s 453rd game

Melbourne Heart 1 Perth Glory 2 Roy Hay Perth Glory was good value for its two-one away win over Melbourne Heart at AAMI Park on Sunday afternoon. Kristian Sarkies started for

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