CLASH : The switch by Denley’s Nick Hyndes to the midfield continues to pay off for the side that finished the season in 4th place. Two 1-0 matches to end the season in the Orange over 35s football competition show just close the upcoming finals series is shaping up to be. After a string of defeats, Millthorpe Tigers are finding form at the right end of the season with a 1-0 win over minor Premiers Barnstoneworth United. United lost playmaker Glenn Harpley early in the match
SLIDE : Barnstoneworth United winger Marty Felice avoids Denley defender John Barrie in Saturday’s over 35s clash with a slide for the ball. The slimest of margins in the weekend clash with club mates Denley Moor has handed Barnstoneworth United the minor premiership in the Orange over 35s competition, with the final round still to play. Both sides failed to make the most of first half chances and it took until well into the second term before a long-range speculator-cross fr
HIGH FLYING : Barnstoneworth striker Wes Miller goes high in Sunday’s clash with Galddyatahs. Three weeks out from the over 35s semis, an arm-wrestle between reigning premiers Gladdyatahs and competition leaders Barnstoneworth United has gone down to the wire with a goal in the closing minutes deciding the clash. Both teams started well. United had a few early chances with Nigel Hobden and Andy Holmes both unlucky to score early.
For Gladdies, Tony Slingsby fired at the Unit
DEFENCE : Denley Moor defender Dan Rumbold goes high to head a cross away during the side’s clash with Gladdyatahs on Saturday Gladdyatahs stamped their claim to re-gain the premiership of the Orange over 35s league with a convincing come-from-behind win over Denley Moor on Saturday. In a sodden pitch at the Waratahs sportsground, Denley started the better. A split-second defenders hand-ball in the box gave Denley striker Harley Smith the chance to score from a penalty. Smith