Did 2021 do it for you…?

If we don’t grab our opportunities while we can, we’ll be commenting at the end of every year to come with “thank god that’s over … ” Whilst we’ve all been through the Covid ringer this year, with normality disrupted, travel restrictions imposed and everyday events cancelled, this year has still seen some remarkable milestonesContinue reading “Did 2021 do it for you…?”

Hawkesby hat-trick and a Lowe blow

A Sky Blue summer’s day, the day before New Years’ Eve, a stark contrast to Monday’s wet and wild encounter, this was the book end to a year that started with a win in Wollongong for the men and finished with a win in Wollongong for the women. And what a stylish first half performanceContinue reading “Hawkesby hat-trick and a Lowe blow”

A tale of two misses

A lovely summer’s afternoon turned into a horrid evening of horizontal rain and blustery drizzle at Leichhardt Oval on a public holiday Monday. Sydney FC were up against their rivals Western Sydney Wanderers, and the Cove were out in force to lend a hand in creating the derby atmosphere that we crave so much atContinue reading “A tale of two misses”

Bulls milked

Sydney FC came to Campbelltown for a Boxing Day encounter with high flying Macarthur FC and bossed their hosts, scoring twice in a dominant first half before easing their way to victory in the second. The Cove sang right to the final whistle and the appearance of a two-litre carton of milk, held aloft likeContinue reading “Bulls milked”

One team in Sydney …

A Saturday afternoon double-header at a windy Kogarah left us all in agreement. There’s only one team in Sydney. And that’s the A-League Women’s team. After the women clicked into action and secured the three points with a classy 3-1 win, the men tried their best to emulate their counterparts but were lucky to escapeContinue reading “One team in Sydney …”

Drookit in Darug

What could have been a barmy spring evening at CommBank Stadium in Parramatta turned into a monsoon as Australia’s Socceroos marked their long-awaited return to action on home soil with a tough encounter against Saudi Arabia. The visitors were leaders of the World Cup qualifying group, and it was clear that it was not aContinue reading “Drookit in Darug”