2012 Game Reports

SURREY IN BIG WIN

Saturday, 4th August 2012

Surrey Park State League on Saturday had one of their biggest wins in recent history after trouncing Altona 31-0. Altona represented a shadow of their former best but Surrey didn’t relent in their pursuit of back to back premierships.
The goals were shared around with Max Pfiefer slotting 7 and David Spreadborough matching it. There won’t be much taken out of this game as they prepare for a tougher opponent in Caulfield next week. If they win all their remaining games then 2nd spot in the ladder will be theirs and the all important 2nd chance in the finals.

Goals: Pfiefer 7, Spreadborough 7, Pepperell 6, Rushing 3, Higgs 3, Otley 2, O’Neill 2, Maderer.
Best: Spreadborough, Rushing, Pepperell

Division 1 had a tougher time of it this week after they went down to Moreland 14-9 at Fleming Park on Saturday. Surrey held a handy 3-1 lead at quarter time before slowly being worn down to lose by 5. Corey Williams was superb in defence plucking groundballs and interceptions at will but the offence struggled and will need to find some continuity before the finals. Moreland could well be their Preliminary finals opponents after all.

Goals: Henderson 3, A Waite 3, B Waite 3.
Best: Williams, Henderson, B Waite.

Division 2 notched up their 3rd straight win with an impressive 10-8 win over Caulfield at Mont Albert on Saturday. The goals were shared with Al Paul banging home 3 but the defence was the stondout with Johnny Knox in goals and Richard Anderson leading the way.

Goals: Paul 3, Andrewartha 2, Wick 2, Gosling 2, Theobald.
Best: Knox, Paul, Anderson

The Under 12’s had a tough game on Saturday going down to the Camberwell Sting 22-7. Luke Adams finaished with 2 goals and 2 assists but the opposition were too strong this week.
Goals: Adams 2, O’Meara, Ing, McAuliffe, Goucher, Toomey

The B Grade women capped off their home and away season with a huge 14-9 win over potential grand finals opponents Camberwell on Sunday. They trailed by 1 goal at half time and ghosts of the past were haunting them but a spectacular 8-2 second half exorcised them well and truly. Rochelle Cody owned the first half with 5 of her 8 gaols while Hayley Carlson dominated the second half with all 5 of her goals. She also ended up with 5 assists on the day. A great win that will instil confidence in the Surrey and worry Camberwell a lot!

Goals: R Cody 8, Carlson 5, S Cody

 

SURREY CRUSHES CAMBERWELL

Saturday, 21st July 2012

Surrey Park was set a tricky task on Saturday in taking on Camberwell at Mont Albert. The last time they played Surrey edged out a determined Camberwell outfit and a loss here could have been fatal. However, Surrey showed their class running out huge 15-4 winners in an at times spiteful affair. The first quarter was a tight one with Surrey only managing a meager 2-0 lead and at half time the 5-2 scoreline was not enough to breathe easy. However, the second half the flood gates opened up and Surrey rammed home 5 goals in each of the last 2 quarters. Greg Rushing was superb in the midfield while David Spreadborough turned the clock with 3 goals. The defence was almost completely water tight letting in only 3 legitimate goals with a knock in in the second qtr. A few more tests in the stretch to the finals but with this form, shouldn’t be a problem.

Goals: Rushing 3, Spreadborough 3, Pepperell 2, Higgs 2, Pfiefer 2, B Waite, A Whitbourn, Bradley.
Best: Rushing, Spreadborough, Pfiefer.

Division 1 were sent over the bridge to take on ladder leading Williamstown on Saturday which was a tough task reflected in the 23-12 loss. However, there were positive signs in the game when Surrey was more than competitive for long stretches. Jesse Stone wandered into the forward line and ended up with 4 goals while Danny Whitbourn did the bulk of the work up forward. Chris Robertson ran the lines all day and ended with 3 tough goals. With some more players still threatening to return, the side will be strengthened for the finals and this result could well be different.

Goals: Stone 4, Robertson 3, D Whitbourn 2, A Waite 2, Toomey.
Best: D Whitbourn, Stone, Robertson

Division 2 were frustratingly handed another walkover.

The Under 12’s had a big win over Caulfield on Saturday morning finishing 17-6 with a 9-1 second half. Goals were shared but Luke Adams was outstanding and Sarah Goucher was again great up forward.

Goals: S Goucher 5, H O’Meara 4, Toomey 4, K Adams 2, X Wick, L Adams
Best: L Adams, S Goucher, K Adams.

The B Grade Women also had a big win to match the night before! They beat MCC 20-3 at Williamstown on Sunday. Hayley Carlson had her best game of the year with 6 goals while Laura Tillotson in goals was the backbone of the defence. A good percentage booster with not many games left before the finals campaign.
Goals: Carlson 6, R Cody 5, A Klepner 3, S Cody 2, R Mounsey 2, B Mounsey.

 

SURREY’S CLEAN SWEEP

Saturday, 14th July 2012

Surrey Park took another step towards finals security with an emphatic 16-6 win over former regular finalist Eltham at Lower Park on Saturday. Eltham are a long way off their best but Surrey made the most of it after quarter time finishing with a big % booster. Scores were locked at 3-3 at the first break but that was the end of the competitiveness. Max Pfiefer stepped up again slamming home 6 goals in a best afield performance while Greg Rushing was dominant in the faceoff. The defence stood tall letting in only 3 goals after quarter time and frustrating Eltham’s attack into undisciplined penalties which were converted at the other end.

Goals: Pfiefer 6, A Whitbourn 3, Rushing 2, B Waite 2, O’Neill, Higgs, Pepperell.
Best: Pfiefer, Rushing, A Whitbourn

Division 1 played Eltham also on the adjacent ground and pretty much mirrored the State League result. They ran out 17-5 winners on the back of a very strong first half (10-1). Struggling for numbers with a few late withdrawals, Surrey looked vulnerable pre game but dispelled those myths by simply throwing goal after goal early on. Lacking a true faceoff player, Surrey had to get their own ball all day and the midfielders and defenders did this superbly. Danny Whitbourn orchestrated the offence with 7 goals and 3 assists while Adam Waite chimed in with a goal and 4 assists. Defender Corey Williams fought hard taking faceoffs with his long stick all day.

Goals: D Whitbourn 7, Robertson 3, Jones 2, Toomey 2, Stone, A Waite, Williams.
Best: D Whitbourn, Williams, Waite

Division 2 were given a walkover.

The B Grade women topped off a successful Surrey weekend with a solid 14-8 win over the fourth placed Malvern on Sunday. The game was moved to Mont Albert which helped the girls feel at home. A 9-3 first half and allowing two goals in in the final few minutes showed that Surrey were in control most of the game. Goals were shared around but Rochelle Cody was the focus up forward with 3 goals and 4 assists. Another solid win and all focus is directed towards finals now.

Goals: R Cody 3, S Tillotson 3, Carlson 3, S Cody 2, A Klepner 2, B Mounsey.

 

SURREY CLAIM CRUCIAL WIN

Monday, 9th July 2012

Surrey Park battled out the Ron Alaimo Cup on Saturday against arch rivals Malvern and came away with not only the silverware but 4 vital points. On a ground that was clearly drainage challenged, the Parkers ran out 12-9 winners to edge closer to that second spot held by Malvern. It was a tight affair all day and only a 2 goal burst halfway through the last quarter sealed it for the visitors. Greg Rushing proved invaluable in the mud banging 3 goals while Andrew Whitbourn enjoyed the firmer ground up in the forward line snaring 4 goals. A great win that keeps the tradition alive and the boys within sight of second spot.

Goals: A Whitbourn 4, Rushing 3, Pfiefer 2, Maderer, Pepperell, B Waite.
Best: Rushing, A Whitbourn, Barr

While the rest of the Mens competition enjoyed a bye weekend the B Grade Women’s played at Mont Albert on Sunday and enjoyed a crushing 24-2 win over Chadstone. Bouncing back from a lackluster performance last week the girls poured the goals with Alex Klepner leading the way with 7 and Suzannah Tillotson slamming home 4. A great confidence boost!

Goals: A Klepner 7, S Tillotson 4, Carlson 3, R Cody 3, R Mounsey 2, S Cody 2, L Mounsey, Goucher, P Mounsey.

 

PARKERS TOUGH IT OUT

Tuesday, 3rd July 2012

Surrey Park State League fought out a tight defensive battle with Footscray on Saturday prevailing in a 9-6 win. Surrey came out of the gates with 5 goals in the opening term to take the ascendancy and never really relinquished it from there, despite the offence drying up. The result avenged an earlier season thrashing and puts Surrey well into the top 4. Blair Pepperell and Andrew Whitbourn led the scoring with 3 each while American import Greg Rushing led the way in the face off. Chris Tillotson again formed the basis of the backline controlling the cage.

Next week sees a huge matchup against arch rivals Malvern for the Ron Alaimo cup and crucial points as both sides are vying for top 2.

Goals: Pepperell 3, A Whitbourn 3, Spreadborough 2, Higgs
Best: Tillotson, Rushing, Spreadborough

Division 1 controlled their game at Mont Albert on Saturday running out 17-9 victor’s over Malvern. A slow start saw the scores 4-3 at the first break but the offence got warmed up and the defence shut Malvern out in the second quarter to stamp in a 9-3 half tim score. With the rain came some tension as emotions were left unchecked but a few Surrey goals quietened things down. Danny Whitbourn ran the offence well with 3 goals and 5 assists while Ben Waite returned from a calf with 4 goals. Warwick Henderson had a big impact with 5 goals and should be pushing for a return to higher duties.

Goals: Henderson 5, B Waite 4, D Whitbourn 3, G Moore 3, Andrewartha 2, Robertson
Best: D Whitbourn, Henderson, Williams

Division 2 had a well-earned Bye this week.

The B Grade women finished with a flattering 12-6 win over Eltham at Newport on Sunday. The scoreboard read a 6 goal win but Surrey were only 1 goal up with 5 mins to play. Five goals in the last 4.53 sealed the win on a cold and wet day. A wins a win and those conditions wouldn’t have been much fun!

Goals: Carlson 4, A Klepner 2, B Mounsey 2, R Cody 2, S Cody, R Mounsey.

The Under 12’s had a massive 18-8 win over MCC this week. The opposition were struggling for numbers which is shame but Surrey enjoyed the day and shared the ball around well.

Goals: L Adams 5, O’Meara 5, T McAuliffe 4, H McAuliffe, K Adams, A Goucher, Ing
Best: S Goucher, L Adams, Ing

 

SURREY WOUNDED OUT WEST

Monday, 25th June 2012

Surrey Park travelled to Williamstown on Saturday to take on the ladder leaders and were given a rude awakening as to the premiership hopes going down 11-6. After a big win last week the confidence was high for a victory but the Parkers sobered up quickly as they found themselves down 5-1 at the first break. From that point on they were competitive but the whole flow of the offence was disjointed and the error rate reflected it. Chris Tillotson kept Surrey in the game with an outstanding display in goals while Max Pfiefer did his best to control the offence. Plenty of work to do but 5 goals is not beyond them with players returning and time to get some continuity before finals.

Goals: Higgs 2, Spreadborough, Pepperell, Cook, Pfiefer
Best: Tillotson, Pfiefer, Spreadborough

Division 1 had a Bye this week.

Division 2 were handed what some people call, a thrashing going down 31-3 to Williamstown. Clearly these two sides are at the opposite ends of the Division 2 spectrum. No doubt the boys battled hard all day but were outclassed.

Goals: Kaiser 2, Nelson, Paul
Best: Nelson, Know, Paul

The B Grade Women had a big rebound win this week toppling Williamstown 12-7 at Camberwell on Sunday. Rochelle Cody and Suzannah Tillotson were great up forward bagging 4 goals each while Laura Tillotson in goals was the backbone of the defence. It was a great win that provides a foundation for their top two spot.

Goals: R Cody 4, S Tillotson 4, A Klepner 2, Carlson, B Mounsey

The Under 12’s were also on the other end of a tough game going down to Camberwell Blitz 18-6. Luke Adams and Blake Toomey were the catalysts up forward with 4 goals and 3 assists respectively but the Caberwell offence was too tough to handle this time.

Goals: Adams 4, Toomey, Turner

The Under 13 girls completed a nail biting 8-8 draw with Williamstown Blue on Sunday. It was so close that even the half time score was 4-4. Abbie McNamara was a star scoring 7 goals and clearly best afield, great effort by her and all the girls.

Goals McNamara 7, Nigro

 

SURREY WELCOMES INTERNATIONALS

Saturday, 16th June 2012

Surrey Park State League played their first home and away with the inclusion of their well-credentialed American imports on Saturday at Mont Albert. It was an impressive showing by the Parkers as they took care of a solid MCC lineup 18-5. Max Pfeiffer lit up the score sheet with 6 goals, Greg Rushing dominated the faceoff while Blair Pepperell did his bit with 4 goals and 2 assist as the offence clicked into gear. The backline were again tight as a drum allowing only 2 goals in the second half. More time playing and training and this lineup will go along way to claiming back to back premierships. The big test comes this week with an away fixture to Williamstown.

Goals: Pfeiffer 6, Pepperell 4, Spreadborough 3, Higgs 2, Rushing 2, Speak.

Best: Pfeiffer, Pepperell, Rushing

Division 1 were staring down the barrel of a shock loss against Melbourne University halfway through the last quarter before salvaging their pride taking a nerve jangling 16-15 win. With less than 10mins to play Surrey found themselves down 3. Struggling for fit and eligible players they were forced to play a long stick in the forward line most of the day. Danny Whitbourn turned it on in the last slamming home 5 goals while Tim Whitbourn did the damage early with 6 goals. Despite being ill, Corey Williams played a stunning game in defence registering several takeaways and as many important groundballs. Matt Nelson battled all day in the faceoff but won 3 clutch drags when it was needed in the final term. A great effort with only 10 players but hopefully with more players returning the week after the Bye they should see some more impressive results.

Goals: T Whitbourn 6, D Whitbourn 5, Robertson 4, McWhinney.

Best: D Whitbourn, Williams, Nelson.

Division 3 faced their toughest opponent all year in Camberwell and were duly and soundly beaten 23-2. A tough day by all concerned but they have informed me it is part of the learning curve.

Goals: Kaiser 2.

Best: Knox, Keith Louey, Klepner

The B Grade women also faced their toughest matchup this year with a Sunday fixture against Camberwell. A sluggish game by most saw an unflattering 14-8 scoreline to Camberwell. The speed of Camberwell was a major factor and something that will need addressing next time. The Women are still in a great spot but need a big effort against second placed Williamstown this week.

Goals: R Cody 4, S Cody, Ellis, S Tillotson, Carlson.

The Under 12’s had a disappointing loss in their game against Eltham on Saturday at Lower Park. Holding a 6-3 at halftime was not enough as the home side came storming back with a 9-1 second half.

The Under 13 girls scored some more premiership points this week with a thrilling 5-5 draw against Eltham at Lower Park on Sunday. They scored 3-1 in the second half to come from behind. Great effort!

See all the junior stats at www.sportingpulse.com.au

 

SURREY EDGED BY BRIGHTON

Saturday, 9th June 2012

Australian Club Championships - Brighton Adelaide.

After taking out the Lacrosse Victoria State League premiership in 2011, Surrey Park were invited to the ACC's in Brighton on the weekend for a great weekend playing and celebrating elite Australian club Lacrosse. Most of the players and spectators took the long bus trip over on the Friday to be fresh and ready for Saturday's first big game against Brighton. This year's structure saw only Surrey and Brighton entered so a two game series was the format and a total goal difference the decider. Game 1 saw one of the highest standard games of lacrosse in sometime with some even quoted as saying it was better than state competitions. The speed was phenomenal and the skills were superb. The result reflected the spectacle with Brighton finishing 12-11 by days end. Goals were shared with our new American imports impressing strongly. Greg Rushing (UMass) banged 2 goals, showed lightning foot speed and indicated he will be a force to reckon with in the faceoff. Max Pfeiffer (Notre Dame) handed out 4 assists and Justin Maderer (Canisius) ran the lines at break neck speed. Warwick Henderson got involved early and finished with 3 goals while Andy Whitbourn and Blair Pepperell bagged doubles. Josh O'Neill joined 'Knock in' with 1 apiece.
Game 2 saw a little different result come from a slightly different preparation from each of the sides. Brighton were rumoured to have headed to the ice baths, dinner and bed whilst the visiting Surrey were a little more easy going in their pre game ritual. Brighton's relentless offence eventually wore down the slightly fatigued Surrey defence and they ran out with the game 15-8, the series and the winners cheque.
Despite the loss, the Surrey contingent had a fantastic weekend with some old friendships rekindled in SA, in particular the traditional Glenelg relationship and some new connections formed. Here's to winning the premiership again this year, if only to get invited to this again!

Division 2 had a game in Saturday against Chadstone at home. This was also a good game with the boys going down 15-12. The Parkers led 8-6 at half time but were run over in the second half. James Grant slid down to D2 help out and shot 4 goals while Harvey Jones continued his good form with 3 goals. Another close one gone begging!
Goals: J Grant 4, Jones, 3, R Grant 2, Paul, Nelson, Theobald
Best: Jones, R Grant, Keith Louey

The U12's were unfortunately missing a couple of players and were beaten soundly 18-4 against Malvern at Malvern on Saturday morning. On to next week with a full side!

The U13 girls showed plenty of spirit in their 10-3 loss to Chadstone on Sunday at Camberwell. The girls are loving running around and learning a lot about the girls game.
Goals: Nigro, M Toomey, E Turner.
Best: M Turner, McNamara, Wiles

 

SURREY MATCH REPORT 26/5

Friday, 1st June 2012

Surrey blitzes in crucial matchup

Surrey Park State League faced a crucial game on Saturday at Mont Albert against a much improved Caulfield. The game saw both sides missing crucial players due to of all things two weddings. Caulfield were missing Australian members Robbie Stark and John Tokarua while Surrey were missing their gun goalkeeper Chris Tillotson. Caulfield lacked the depth cover their losses and were duly and soundly beaten 24-9 by the Parkers. It was a fluent, free flowing offence from the home side that saw a consistent 6 goals every quarter. Ben Waite was stiff not to get a vote with 7 goals while Andrew Whitbourn and Blair Pepperell bagged 5 goals each. However, controlling that offence was Brett Cook who had 3 goals and 3 assists. The defence was solid with the prodigal son Scotty MacKinven showing plenty of heart off the wings. State League gets a Bye next week with the Australian Club Championship in Adelaide the week after.

Goals: B Waite 7, Pepperell 5, A Whitbourn 5, Higgs 3, Cook 3, Otley, Robertson.
Best: Cook, Pepperell, McKinven

Division 1 was also down on numbers at Mont Albert but again luckily, Eltham were in a worse position. Surrey had too much class in the players they had and ran out comfortable 14-7 victors. Stand in forward David Spreadborough slotted 4 goals while the rest of the goals were shared. In defence, Jesse Fisher-Stone returning from the States played a great game keeping their main scorer to just one goal while Corey Williams was superb. After an administration mixup, D1 have an uphill climb to make the finals this year but plenty of time to do it.

Goals: Spreadborough 4, Moore 2, A Waite 2, Todor 2, McWhinney 2, D Whitbourn, Nelson.
Best: Williams, Fisher-Stone, McWhinney

Division 2 again showed great spirit in the higher grade going down to Caulfield 10-6 at Caulfield on Saturday. They were pretty much beaten by a 4 goal third quarter from Caulfield. Harvey Jones was good with 3 goals while Steve Kaiser had his best game in the midfield sneaking in a goal and some votes. With some more support on its way in coming weeks, these results may well be different.

Goals: Jones 3, Kaiser, Gosling, Hit In.
Best: Kaiser, R Beattie, Paul

The Under 12 side had a heartening 12-9 win over Eltham on Saturday at Mont Albert. A 6 goal third quarter made up for a slow start and a goalless final quarter from Eltham sealed the win. Luke Adams continued his goal scoring ways with 5 while Blake Toomey showed his unselfishness with 1 goal and 4 assists.

Goals: Adama 5, O’Meara 2, Ing 2, Toomey, S Goucher, T McAuliffe.
Best: S Goucher, Ing, McAuliffe

The newly formed Under 13 Girls side celebrated their first ever win on Saturday beating Camberwell 5-3 at Caulfield on Saturday. Alessia Nigro was great getting the votes and 3 goals. A momentous day for the girls and the club. Well Done!

Goals, Nigro 3, E Turner, Bassett
Best: Nigro, S Goucher, Bassett

 

SURREY MATCH REPORTS 19/5

Friday, 1st June 2012

Surrey blitzes in crucial matchup

Surrey Park State League faced a crucial game on Saturday at Mont Albert against a much improved Caulfield. The game saw both sides missing crucial players due to of all things two weddings. Caulfield were missing Australian members Robbie Stark and John Tokarua while Surrey were missing their gun goalkeeper Chris Tillotson. Caulfield lacked the depth cover their losses and were duly and soundly beaten 24-9 by the Parkers. It was a fluent, free flowing offence from the home side that saw a consistent 6 goals every quarter. Ben Waite was stiff not to get a vote with 7 goals while Andrew Whitbourn and Blair Pepperell bagged 5 goals each. However, controlling that offence was Brett Cook who had 3 goals and 3 assists. The defence was solid with the prodigal son Scotty MacKinven showing plenty of heart off the wings. State League gets a Bye next week with the Australian Club Championship in Adelaide the week after.

Goals: B Waite 7, Pepperell 5, A Whitbourn 5, Higgs 3, Cook 3, Otley, Robertson.
Best: Cook, Pepperell, McKinven

Division 1 was also down on numbers at Mont Albert but again luckily, Eltham were in a worse position. Surrey had too much class in the players they had and ran out comfortable 14-7 victors. Stand in forward David Spreadborough slotted 4 goals while the rest of the goals were shared. In defence, Jesse Fisher-Stone returning from the States played a great game keeping their main scorer to just one goal while Corey Williams was superb. After an administration mixup, D1 have an uphill climb to make the finals this year but plenty of time to do it.

Goals: Spreadborough 4, Moore 2, A Waite 2, Todor 2, McWhinney 2, D Whitbourn, Nelson.
Best: Williams, Fisher-Stone, McWhinney

Division 2 again showed great spirit in the higher grade going down to Caulfield 10-6 at Caulfield on Saturday. They were pretty much beaten by a 4 goal third quarter from Caulfield. Harvey Jones was good with 3 goals while Steve Kaiser had his best game in the midfield sneaking in a goal and some votes. With some more support on its way in coming weeks, these results may well be different.

Goals: Jones 3, Kaiser, Gosling, Hit In.
Best: Kaiser, R Beattie, Paul

The Under 12 side had a heartening 12-9 win over Eltham on Saturday at Mont Albert. A 6 goal third quarter made up for a slow start and a goalless final quarter from Eltham sealed the win. Luke Adams continued his goal scoring ways with 5 while Blake Toomey showed his unselfishness with 1 goal and 4 assists.

Goals: Adama 5, O’Meara 2, Ing 2, Toomey, S Goucher, T McAuliffe.
Best: S Goucher, Ing, McAuliffe

The newly formed Under 13 Girls side celebrated their first ever win on Saturday beating Camberwell 5-3 at Caulfield on Saturday. Alessia Nigro was great getting the votes and 3 goals. A momentous day for the girls and the club. Well Done!

Goals, Nigro 3, E Turner, Bassett
Best: Nigro, S Goucher, Bassett

SURREY PARK STATE LEAGUE PREMIERS 2011

Tuesday, 24th January 2012

Surrey Park defeat Williamstown 17-11 to win the VIC State League Premiership. American Evan Roberts voted MVP with 7 goals.

Surrey Park State League healed some old and deep wounds on Saturday after they took out their first Lacrosse Victoria State League premiership in 16 years. After making every finals series since and being bridesmaids in two of the previous three grand finals, they finally took the next step by beating Williamstown 17-11 in a brilliant team display of both defence and offence. The game was tight in the first half with Willy holding a slim 6-5 lead at the main break which they managed to extend this to an 8-6 advantage in the third quarter. A few of the Surrey supporters were feeling a lump in their throat, however, the players and coaches knew better. The Parkers dug deep and took back the lead to sit at 9-8 at the final change. That was when they put the foot down and simply blew the Towners away with an eight goal last quarter which was a joy to watch and filled the Surrey faithful with pride, relief and some with a different lump in the throat. US import Evan Roberts put in a performance not seen in an LV Grand Final for a long time. Not only did he dominate the faceoff giving Surrey first use of the ball every time, he also managed to scorch 7 goals in a clear best on ground performance. He took the MVP for the game and will remain in Surreys memories for a long long time. Blair Pepperell had a cracking second half slotting 4 goals and Warwick Henderson provided the experience up forward with 3 crucial goals. In defence, the whole backline was superb when it counted and Chris Tillotson was like a wall in the second half. Despite these great individual displays, the overall team effort was what brought the premiership home and didnt the boys enjoy it!

Goals: Roberts 7, Pepperell 4, Henderson 3, Higgs, O'Neill, Spreadborough.

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