State winners: Metro Far South under 13s team won the Football NSW state titles. Picture: Johnson MathewsTHE “best of the best” footballers from combined Sutherland Shire and Illawarra regions formed two winning Metro Far South teams at the Football NSW state titles.
The Metro Far South teams were champions in two age groups: the under 13s who won in Griffith, and the under-14 team who won in Mudgee.
Under-13s’ coach Allan Jones said his team had displayed a high level of football skill and technique over the five-day tournament.
“It was one of the best squads I have coached at the state titles,” Jones said.
“We are all very proud of the high quality of football we played. Every player contributed to the overall team success.”
Metro Far South’s Marcus Bimbilovski won the Golden Boot award at the titles.
Under-14s Metro Far South coach Stuart Blake said the weather was good in Mudgee but the football played by this team was even better.
“It is always pleasing to win a football game or a tournament, but always more satisfying to win by playing good possession football,” Blake said.
“The boys played the best possession style of football I have seen from a team so young.
“Their parents should be proud of their sons.”
Under-13s Metro Far South:
Dean Saverino, Mitchell Ward, David Watson, Matthew Sutton, Marcus Bimbilovski, Jaden Casella, Jordyn Della Vedova, Jacob Gjorsevski, Jack Hooper, Joshua Johnson, Charlie Jones, Luke Jones, Joshua Keremelevski, Kayne Kotevski, Jake Levy, Jordan Lewis; coach Allan Jones and manager John Geary.
Under-14s Metro Far South:
James Bell, Cooper Buswell, Harry Callahan, Blake Currey, Dylan Larmour, Thomas Nunn, Alexei Rosser, Tate Russell, Dominic Soffe, Patrick Tegg, Jake Trew, Thomas, Woerndl, Rohan Limebeer, Adam Hristodoulou; coaches Stuart Blake and Dragan Blazevic.
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