Beaumaris 3-2 South Springvale
Beauy scrapped to a win over South Springvale in State League One, where with almost total domination of possession, the home team almost managed to lose the points with a couple of defensive errors gifting goals to the visitors. After a frenetic opening, Beauy grabbed the lead with Toby Nowell on the end of some delightful interchange play to slot the ball home. The visitors equalised almost immediately from the spot, after a breakaway move, before Nowell again finished well to give the home side the lead at the break.
Half-time over, the visitors capitalised on a defensive error to get an equaliser and then pressed forward, hitting the post and bar in succession. New recruit David Caban was marauding down the right flank all day and finished a fine individual effort with a shot smashed into the top corner to give the home side the advantage with fifteen minutes to go. The crowd were on tenterhooks as the play ebbed and flowed , but Beauy hung on to claim their second win in four games.
Reserves won 5-0 with some fine soccer in the second half to remain unbeaten
Next week away at Morwell Pegasus.
Our girls come out on top in local derby
Round 2 had Beaumaris playing local rivals Bayside Argonauts on Sunday, with only a few streets and a golf course separating the teams. The geography is similar to that of EPL rivals Liverpool and Everton.
Both teams were coming off Round1 wins and matched up well on a perfect Autumn afternoon. In what was a very even first half the teams went in at the break level at 0-0. However the half time team talk and the oranges seem to do the trick for Beaumaris, with the girls playing some wonderful team football and running out 4-0 winners on the day.
An overall superb team performance from all the girls, with everyone playing their part both on and off the field.
Cate Robinson was presented with her first match ball after bagging all 4 goals for Beaumaris, in a 4-0 win over the Argonauts on Sunday
The BEAUY BUBBLES O35er first game 2 : NIL down...
.....but not the spirit
BEAUMARIS 4 - 0 CASEY COMETS
Beaumaris women’s state league 3 team secured their second win from two games with a 4-0 victory over Casey Comets.
Throughout the first half, centre back Jordy Bruce dominated in defence and created multiple scoring opportunities. Beauy’s first goal came through a ripper corner from Millie Belleville. After deflecting off multiple players, Yana Kyparisis connected with the corner ball and made it 1-0 to the away side.
Despite having the majority of possession, the team was unable to convert on the scoreboard. At half-time, coach Danielle Tracey encouraged her players to keep possession and test the Casey keeper with long shots.
Beauy came out firing in the second half. Claire Sim used her quick pace to intercept the ball from Casey’s defence and fired a low shot into the back of the net. The final half hour of the game saw Yana Kyparisis achieve her first hat-trick of the season. Her second and third goals came from two powerful shots from the edge of the area. The final score was 4-0 to Beauy and Jordy Bruce was awarded player of the match.
The team hopes to continue their successful start to the season when they take on Boronia at Beaumaris Reserve on Sunday 29th April at 11am. Beauy women’s state league 4 team also look forward to playing their long-term rivals Old Mentonians at Mentone Grammar Senior School at 1pm.
More action photos from Team Glalaxy U13 and its supporting families
Joe Mottola, club President noted Porsche Brighton’s commitment to supporting its local community and in particular a club with a passion for the highest possible sporting performance at all levels.
Joe said, The Porsche brand is a leader in sporting performance and its dedication to sharing its passion for performance with a Beauy’s commitment to making 2018 a successful season for all players and parents is a great match. We look forward to welcoming the Porsche Brighton team at our club events and our teams will proudly wear the Porsche Brighton logo. We see an increasing number of Porsche cars at the club so it’s clear that our members are enjoying the experience the Porsche Brighton team offer.
Pictured is our senior team wearing our home shirts adorned with the Porsche branding.
Porsche Centre Brighton, 855 Nepean Hwy Brighton
In a major coup for the club Beaumaris has signed its first ever internationally capped player in David Caban. He has represented Puerto Rico 7 times!
David who is a dual national American & Puerto Rican, most recently played in Sweden for IFK Åmål and the Puerto Rico Men’s National Team.
Growing up, David played most of his club soccer in Illinois for the Chicago Wind, Chicago Magic and Chicago Fire Academies, where he won a US Soccer Development Academy National Championship in 2010.
David attended Tremper High School for his sophomore through senior seasons during this time he was a 3x All-SEC First Team selection. During his junior year, he was Wisconsin Gatorade State Player of the Year, Parade Magazine All-American and NSCAA All-American.
David received a scholarship to the University of Wisconsin. At UW, David was a 4-year starter playing in 75 matches and making 2 NCAA tournament appearances.
David was a part of the US National Team system through high school, playing for the US U-14, U-15, U-17 and U-18 National teams. Due to his Puerto Rican heritage, David also played for the Puerto Rico U-20 National Team in World Cup Qualifying.
All training sessions click on TEAMS - Girls U7-U16
Seeking junior coaches for Beaumaris SC. Must have excellent communication skills, enthusiasm working with children coupled with a passion for football. Some coaching experience desirable but not essential as you will be guided by our Director of Football. This position will be remunerated accordingly.
This is a very exciting year for Beauy with our Senior team playing in State League 1 for the first time, so if you want to be part of a fantastic, family-friendly club please register your interest by contacting our Director of Football Tony Tsiakos on 0419 002980 or firstname.lastname@example.org
BEAUY had 28 kids as Mascots and playing small sided Football at half time on Fridays VICTORY home game. Victory unfortunately lost, but BEAUY won.
If you missed it, click here to see all action of our little football stars (captured by the professional photographer, Ashley Perez) .
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Beaumaris Campus of Sandringham Secondary College
Beaumaris SC has been working with the State Government and the MCC Foundation since 2014 on ensuring the new education facility at the Beaumaris campus of Sandringham Secondary College provides for FFA approved completion standard facilities for junior and senior football. David Richards, VP of BSC, has ensured that the development provides for juniors and seniors, male and female, including changing and canteen facilities for all.
“This is a game changer for BSC” said David “as it will provide for training and playing facilities throughout the year, 4 nights per week and at weekends, and during the school holiday period, meaning we can offer all our members the facilities they deserve.”
BSC were instrumental in getting the grass soccer facility installed in 2005 and this has been key to providing a suitable playing facility for our juniors, but restricted because of the lack of lighting and changing facilities. Whilst there is still much work to be done to have the facility ready for January 2018 we expect it to be available and that it will increase membership demand as it takes shape. Preference for registrations in 2018 will be given to those members registered in 2017.
We encourage all members to go to link attached to add your comments on the need to provide adequate facilities for all in the community as part of this $20m development