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Vets div 3 team

Ok 1pm KO at Kelmscott

Jim’s reign of terror is now over as the man is back.  Low on numbers this week so get down if you can

Bit tough this week…song titles:

Don’t look back in anger

Grease Lightnin

Short **** man

Every breath you take

Ol’ man rivers

Are you gonna go my way

Feliz navidad

Low

99 Luft ballons

Drive my car

Livin on a prayer

Ive got a brand new Combine harvester

Coach

Gold

Unknown

Jaws Theme

Knockin on heavens door

 

 

 

 

 

 

Vets week whatever about 8 is it? Im not really sure its been a whirlwind

game v spearwood…squad  2pm KO home

Let me know if you cant play as we only have 13 here

Border patrol

Bleeding gums murphy

umpa lumpa

The white knight

El presidente

captain America…the twighlight years

Tizwaz

nacho Libre

Soul man

jap stam…….just kidding…smoke and a pancake

shit santa

Uber

kevin York

Injured

Xavi

Uber executive

one armed bandit

Unavailable

Hello

Unknown

Dirty Den

Combine harvester

the bloke who wont take his bloody painting that he fully deserves….take it you earned it

 

Vets team 18th June

Jian

Martin

guan

Crabby

Mike

Phil

Gary

Andy

Jamie

Nitin

Brian

Nathan

Duv

 

Div 3

Braidy

Tim

Lyndon

Gibbo

Micky

Stevie

Rodders

Izzy

Adil

fidel

ronnie

dave

paul

kev

Vets div 3 team list

james

Tim

Lyndon

Micky

Steve

Rod

Izzy

Adil

Fidel

Biggun

Ronnie

Dave

Paul

Kev

 

2pm KO Port Kennedy

vets squad sunday 4th

Both at Home

Div 2 team

Jian

Phil

Andy

Jamie

Gary

Marc

Duv

Crabby

Nitin

Nathan

Mike

Martin

 

Div 3 team

Shaun

Ronnie

Micky

Kev

Steve

Tim

Paul D

Adil

Izzy

Lyndon

Gibbo

Rodney

Daz

Fidel

 

Vets Night game V Melville

South Division 2 vets will be playing Melville 7.30 at Len Shearer this Friday 19th May.

This game has been moved from Sundays fixture

So come down and support…you know you have nothing better to do

Vets squads

Martin Donohue

Andy Couchlan

Marc McPherson

Gary Smith

Phil Sunderland

Nitin Naran

Nathan Brown

Duv Williams

Jamie Hynes

Jian Chen

Brian Renny

Neil Crabb

Rudy Navarro

Gary Spinks

Shanks Ezhuthachan

 12pm KO v Leeming

Div 3

James Braid

Tim Cain

Shaun Coxhead

James Gibson

Michael Hall

Steve Hellewell

Izzy Khairunan

Aidil Mohtar

Raj Patel

Ronnie VanWanrooij

Dave Walsh

Kev York

Fidel Rodriguez

Rod Hoareau

Neil Strommen

Lyndon Fritchley… Linesman for 3 weeks

Kick off is 2pm.  To make that clear to some……The ref will blow his whistle to start the game at 2pm.  So that means being here at 1pm.

So once again….2pm KICK OFF

Week 2 vets team

Div 2 team

Nathan Brown

Guan Chen

Andy Coughlan

Martin Donohue

Jamie Hynes

Marc McPherson

Nitin Naran

Rodolfo Navarro

Aaron O’Malley

Brian Rennie

Mike Sennington

Gary Smith

Phil Sunderland

Dave Williams

Jian Chen

V Kalamunda 1pm…..where the hills have eyes

DIV 3 team

James Braid

Tony campbell

Shaun Coxhead

Lyndon Fritchley

James Gibson

Michael Hall

Steve Hellewell

Izzi Khirunan

Aidil Mohtar

Raj Patel

Ronnie Van Wan rooij

Dave Walsh

Kev York

Rod Hoareau

Fidel Rodriguez

Sukumar

V curtin 1pm Edinburgh oval

vets cup team

Nitin, Nathen,Dave Williams, Raj, gary, rudi, tim, Andy, Ronnie, Fidel, Marc, Phil, Bigun, Adil, stevie and new recruit keeper TC as there is no one else and I have my own gloves and keeper top and I just wanna be part of it because I don’t want to be left out.

 

Be at Wanneroo for 2pm please.

 

 

VETS GRAND FINAL REPORT

So after 7 weeks everything finally came full circle.  Starting with a 1-1 draw with Dianella in the first week of the night series, the Vets left a trail of destruction in their wake as they powered to the final to meet their original foes….The White eagles of Dianella (also know as many other unprintable aliases).  As many avid readers will know, the Lynwood vets trek to the night series Grand final has been one of glorious play, monumental cock ups and general edge of the seat excitement.  Unfortunately the epic semi final that got them there has been lost to the ages, like Jan Molbys mythical lost goal against Manchester in 1985 there were unfortunately no cameras to capture it and the reporters at the game had better things to do or couldn’t be arsed.  Rumours are though, like the rotund Reds playmaker who frequented the centre circle, Lynwoods own Paul Gibson ventured far to bury a hat-trick.  Whether that actually happened we will never know as the game is lost to the sands of time, and only told amongst old fish

mongers wives over a plate of chicken.

So to the final we go.  Original finalists North Beach sensing defeat or a Paddys day piss up pulled out allowing beaten semi finalist Dianella into the final. Would this play into Lynwoods hands or not, it was difficult to tell, but what we did know is that the football, nay sport would be the winner as Dianella, renowned for their Corinthian approach to the game, would make it a final for the children, a final UNICEF would be proud to lend their name too.  Unfortunately no one expected known agitator Gary Spinks to play the role of a NATO peacekeeper and send people into a frenzy much like James Blunt in an Abrahams or like his first album (side note: might have gone too far there……I’ve always liked the wailing screeches of Mr Blunt).

But lets start at the beginning.  Lynwood got off to a cracking start pressuring Dianella and stopping their smooth passing game.  As yet nothing indicated the storm to come other than Branco Jelic giving Braidy an elbow to the chops in the first 5 minutes.  Now he may have played for Glory, he may have put two past Oliver Kahn but on Friday night he was in Braidy’s pocket.  And though he might have protested “Do you know who I am” all night the response was often “Braidys spare change”.

15 minutes in Spinksy  picked up the ball on the left whilst Gibbo Jnr looked on in awe, some smart little passes allowed him to open up and seeing a superb run by Nitin, played a delightful ball into his path to make it 1-0.  10 minutes later another lovely floated ball saw Spinksy connect with a half volley to bury it home and take Lynwood into a 2-0 lead.  Lynwood continue to pile on the pressure and created two more good chances that weren’t converted whilst at the other end stand in keeper Rodney busied himself make holes in the ground with his boot for some reason and holding up the goal posts.  Meanwhile excitement on the bench as not only was Micky Hall relegated there for late arrival in the semi final because of his lack of understanding of sarcasm but he was told to take the flag…………………………….Micky has been known to kill for less.  Tim on the other hand went for a piss and missed his substitution (don’t worry fans he later came on, but wasn’t happy being re-subbed in the last 5 attempting the deadliest of death stares, but sorry Tim you’re no Micky Hall, it just looked like you had constipation).

So with 5 minutes to go and Dianella succumbing to the pressure of defeat by whinging and kicking out, Paul Gibson steals the ball from the Dianella centre back  and with acres of space and more time than Stephan Hawking would know what to do with and with the balance of the game in his hands, lettuce leafs it into the hands of the keeper to the sounds of “ohhh yer dip” from a spectator that looked suspiciously like his mum.  To make matters worse the keeper springs a counter attack which Dianella scores from, their only chance of the half resulting in a chorus of “You’ve picked the wrong Gibbo” from the crowd.

With their tails up, Dianella launched into action…not a football action, more like one from their playbook in the 1990’s.  Young Spinksy, having a solid game, was caught up in a series of niggling battles with Branco Jelic who was sick of being in that pocket with Braidys condoms and undefinable fluff.  Then out of no where  receives an RKO from Dianellas number 9.  Cue all in melee, red card for 9 and red card for spinksy for being in the way…..lots of shouting, scuffles on the sideline, Lynwood being told they are worms caught in a Serbian spiderweb (some Baltic threat apparently) and then half time for a cup of tea and a digestive.

The second half was a completely different story as losing a key link with the Lynwood midfield and attack compared to a little angry bald thug for Dianella hurt Lynwood more as Dianella could swap like for like.  As the half wore on Dianella took control and it was backs to the wall for Lynwood.  Getting very little from the ref, Dianella finally, finally received a soft free kick in which Branco finally managed to find some rope and scaffolding to climb out of Braidys pocket to dispatch, to be fair, a top class free kick that even the Bagpuss like reflexes of Rodney couldn’t keep out.  2-2

The game swung both ways, Dianella pressuring but not really threatening, Lynwood countering but unable to finish.  In the last few minutes it appeared Lynwood had a penalty, clear as day, but some deft play by the Dianella coach saw him pull out the picture with the refs family and a big cross through it that fogged up that clear day so play on.

So to penalties it went.  New recruit Gary buried his. Dianella score.  Gibbo Jnr makes amends.  Dianella score.  Nitin makes it 3 from 3.  Rodney then channels his Bagpuss and lies down saving 3-2.  Micky Hall proves a point to TC 4-2.  Dianella channels 1990 Chris Waddle and its all over.

LYNWOOD CHAMPIONS

The lavish awards ceremony saw Marc pick up man of the match (yet strangely missing from match report), Gibbo whinger of the comp, 2 Dianella plays applauding when Micky lifted the trophy and Branco trying to tell everyone who he was but no one understood as he had too much of Braidys fluff in his mouth.

A superb effort and a well deserved win.  Not bad considering it was only set up to give TC some game time.

Now onto the season proper.

 

This match report sponsored by six coronas and a day in the sun watching Paul Q in goal.

 

 

 

 

 

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