West Florida rolls over Florida Southern to win the Second Match of Weekend

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first_imgWest Florida rolls over Florida Southern to win the Second Match of Weekend Sept. 10, 2007Box ScoreLAKELAND, Fla. – Playing its fourth away match in a row and second of the weekend trip, the West Florida women’s soccer (3-2-0) defeated 2-0 Florida Southern College (5-1-0) in today’s match played at the Mocs home in Lakeland, Fla. The Argonauts blanked the tough Mocs who had their first loss of the season.In the first half both teams were playing a “ping pong” in the midfield, fighting for the ball possession. The game remained scoreless until around twenty minutes when at the same time sophomore defender Anastasia Prescott and her opponent tackled for a ball. Dernelle Mascall took advantage that both players stayed on the ground to get the ball and sprint towards the goal. Mascall shot left footed from outside the 18 yard box beating the keeper. The second goal came at around 35 minutes when senior midfield Brandi Adams cross the ball from outside the box to sophomore forward Jodi Galucci, who was free inside the box and shot, giving the Argonauts the 2-0 lead.In the second half the Mocs were determined to come back from a 2-0 down score, however Keeper sophomore Courtney Jones came up with a couple of good performances to remain the Argonauts in the comfortable lead. The Mocs lost some of their hopes when had a player ejected out of the game, having to play the remaining 35 minutes with a man down. The Mocs still remained offensive, however the good job done by the Argonauts defenders avoided any risk under Jones’ goal.”Pleased with the effort of today’s game and the entire weekend,” said head coach Joe Bartlinski. “Especially with our defenders Linda Ganehed, Kaley Morris, Anastasia Prescott, Marrie Hastings and our keeper Courtney Jones. These were two very important wins in achieving our season’s goal of making to a sixth straight national tournament.”West Florida will next face University of Mobile at the UWF Soccer Complex located in Pensacola, Fla., on Wednesday, Sept. 13 at 7:30pm CT. Fans can follow the action with “Live Stats” at goargos.com on the Women’s Soccer home page. (By Gui Amaral Jasmin) Print Friendly Version Sharelast_img read more


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first_img “We got the massive boost of Liam Finn being available and massive thanks go to Castleford and Daryl Powell, a close friend of mine, for believing in us,” Aston added. “He said if it wasn’t a realistic target we’d probably be smarter not playing him. To go to the last play with a chance to make history is a credit to the guys.” Wales ended the tournament with the wooden spoon after saving their worst performance for last but coach John Kear took encouragement from his team’s second-half fightback after they trailed 28-0. “We’ve got a young and inexperienced team and I think there was a great example of that today,” Kear said. “There was a lack of urgency, desire and determination in the first half which really surprised me because I thought we had turned a corner in France last week. “I would say we were soft and dumb but the second half was much improved. It was three tries apiece in the second half which was more like it.” Ireland coach Mark Aston called for the game to provide better support for the second tier of international rugby league after watching his side narrowly miss out on the 2014 European Championship title. Ireland were in no mood to celebrate a 46-14 victory, which gifted the title to Scotland on the back of a superior points difference, but Aston could not have been more proud of his players’ efforts. “I’ve never been in a changing room like that,” said Aston, whose side miss out on a place in the 2016 Four Nations Series as a well as automatic qualification for the 2017 World Cup. “We were outstanding. The boys have been outstanding for the last three weeks. “We’ve thrown them together and they’ve grown. “There’s no prouder bloke anywhere than me right now. We’ve had a massive tournament and finished joint top having gone within a few seconds of winning it. “As much as it hurts now, we’ve got to learn from it. That’s what’s great about sport, you can bounce back and next year we will bounce back. “Hopefully more people will start believing in international sport because it is the pinnacle of the sport and I think it’s disrespected at a lot of levels. “We need to get the game as a whole behind this tournament and players have got to play. It drives me insane that players don’t put their hands up to play at this level and clubs don’t support it.” Winger Brad Hargreaves, who plays for amateur club Wigan St Patrick’s, scored a hat-trick of tries on his international debut, while at the other end of the age scale, Castleford’s veteran scrum-half Finn ran the show on his return from injury and contributed 18 points with a try and seven goals. Aston was able to call on just two Super League players, Liam Finn and Shannon McDonnell, but the Wolfhounds ended the tournament with two wins out of three, losing only to eventual champions Scotland. The Irish, who went into the final match needing to beat Wales by 41 points in Wrexham, were leading by 36 and pressing the home line with three minutes to go only for Welsh full-back Tom Hughes to gather a loose ball and sprint the full length of the pitch to score at the other end. Press Associationlast_img read more


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first_img Tags: 2019 AFCONMoses Magogo FUFA President Eng. Moses Magogo2019 AFCON Qualifier-Group LLesotho vs Uganda Setsoto Stadium, MaseruTuesday, 16-10-2018MASERU – Ahead of the Cranes fourth Group L AFCON Qualifier away to Lesotho, FUFA President-Eng. Moses Magogo has come out and thanked the Government for providing the team with a chartered flight.This was after the Cranes arrived safely and held their first training session in Maseru.“We would like to thank the Government for the support they have given us, said Magogo on Monday.“Traveling in Africa is not easy especially the level of infrastructure throughout our continent.“There are some countries which are very difficult to reach to by public transport but others who are very well off have been doing it perfectly.“I would like to inform the Public that our plea to the Head of State was answered to by a Chartered plane and we left on Sunday morning with about 99 people on board including players, Officials, Media and fans, continued the Federation President.“We stopped in Zambia and arrived here perfectly.“The team had a training session yesterday (Sunday) and have one today and we think these two days will be enough for the boys to rest and then on Tuesday, we play the game and depart for Kampala at night.About the players attitude going into the game, Magogo had this to say.“The players are ready and proud to see the whole nation behind them.“Gone are the days when the people were pulling in different directions and this is a start of many good things to come.Uganda who currently sit top of Group L with seven points defeated Lesotho 3-0 on Saturday at Namboole and will be hoping to make it three wins in four on Tuesday evening.Comments last_img read more