April 20, 2018

Cobram Roar recorded a hard-fought draw against Twin City.



Cobram Roar 2 d Wodonga Heart 0

Cobram Roar’s reserves had a 2-0 win against Wodonga Heart on Sunday.

Cobram applied plenty of pressure in the first half, having countless corners. Marius Williams got on the end of one of those corners and headed neatly across the Heart defence to score. Heart put little pressure on Cobram’s back four, only having one chance in the first half, a header which keeper Zac McLeod watched over the cross bar.

In the second half Cobram struggled to get through the Heart defence. The Heart keeper made a number of saves from shots by Shaun Willis, Nathan Stoate and Hamish Sweeny. A free kick taken by Cobram landed near the penalty spot where Josh Koopman acted swiftly and slotted it in for the team’s second late in the game.


Cobram Roar 9 d Wodonga Heart 1

For the first time this season the under-18s took to the pitch with all their top-age players in the team. They played with confidence and commitment and were rewarded with a goal in the first 10 minutes of play. They scored a further five goals in the first half, taking the boys to a 6-0 lead at the half-time break. Wodonga Heart tightened their defence in the second half, only allowing Cobram to score two goals. A highlight of the game was Josh Koopman scoring four goals, securing an 8-1 win for the boys.


Cobram Roar 9 d

Wodonga Heart 1


Cobram Roar 7 d

Wodonga Heart 0

The girls had a great game, with all players from both ends of the pitch getting a chance to make passes and runs with the ball. Ella Lissington had some fantastic runs with the ball, showing off her athletic ability and breaking through Heart’s defences at great speed.

Goals: Ella Lissington 4, Angelina Watt-Fotia 2,; Helena Zito.

Award: Olivia Newton.


Cobram Roar 15 d Wodonga Heart 0

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