With the Easter holiday season upon us there was little action last weekend and there will be even less this coming one:
The Reserves beat Centenary Park 3-2 away in the most trying of circumstances. Despite missing players, including their gaolie, the Dragons started well and went in front, via a swift defence build-up which culminated in a great finish! The Dragons second goal was disallowed by the Ref and so it remained 1-0 to the Dragons at half time. The second half again started well for the Dragons as they doubled their lead. All looked set for a straightforward Dragons victory but alas tiredness kicked in and, with 10 minutes to go, Centenary created 2 shots at goal from outside the box and both went in! Surely history could not repeat itself to again leave the Dragons letting slip a clear victory in the dying minutes. The last opportunity fell to Dragons from a corner kick. The whole Dragons team filled Centenary’s box, determined to snatch the winning goal, which they duly did, in the last minute of the match. A tremendous, and exciting, victory.
The Firsts lost away to way to PFC Victoria in a match where it was very pleasing to have our goal keeper make a comeback
There were no other matches