Bexley North Football Club

Since 1960, that's over 55 years of football in the St George area.

Bexley North Football Club - Since 1960, that's over 55 years of football in the St George area.

Player & Match Reports

Submit: Player of the week nominations  or Match Reports

Team 15B2
Submitted by Cameron French
Relationship to Nominee Manager
Score BNFC 4 – ASOW 0
The first of a double header weekend. And what a way to start. A tense affair until peter broke the deadlock after a delicious square ball by Hadi. In no time it was two when peter latched onto a long ball from in his own half, (onside) and dispatched calmly. Phillip saved beautifully when one on one with the Oatley striker to keep it two nil. Busy work in mid field from dean, Hadi and the dominant Rocco. All the backs were solid, of course as they helped keep a clean sheet. Notable were the Alex’s, Oscar and Milan saying strong. A poachers goal by Hadi after great work by Finn and a thunderbolt from Rocco ensured a shut out. Not a bad game by any of you. Well done boys. And all that with ten men after Kwaku fell awkwardly and Alex sustained a groin strain in making a challenge. An amazing team effort
Team 7Bee3
Submitted by Mustafa Veli
Relationship to Nominee Parent
Score Bexley North 5 – Lugarno 2
The Bexley North team continued their unbeaten streak this year, this time beating a very good Lugarno team. Ryan and Tobias were especially solid in defence whilst Ben, Mohamed, Jake, Taj and Yusuf were dangerous in attack. The team has had a number of big wins this year, but this was by far and away the closest result so far this year. A special thanks to Coach Phil and Team Secretary Costa for putting in the effort each week Keep up the good work team!
Team 13A’s
Submitted by Cameron French
Relationship to Nominee Parent
Score BNFC 3 – Hurstville 1
This was a great match for the boys to be involved in. Solid end to end play with the backs providing the spine in defence we know they can. Some of the best work came out of Ben and Oscar at the back, supported by our fill in keeper Michael, great job. The mid field was busy and had to be as we had no replacements this weekend and therefore everyone played a full match. Goals by Anthony, (a screamer), Nicola and Dean sealed what was a thoroughly enjoyable match. Well done boys, lets keep that same attitude against Connells and see if we can’t cause them some headaches.




Team 10F2
Submitted by Eva
Relationship to Nominee Parent
Score 8 – 0
This week the 10F2 boys were keen for a good outing after their loss the previous week to the Banksia Tigers. Playing again at Beverly Hills Midi, they faced a Connells Point team who looked fresh and ready to go. After getting through our team photos early (yay!) the boys were pumped and with the whistle they were off.They were fortunate to get the first score on the board early and this gave them confidence to keep going. They’ve really started to gel as a team and are playing their positions and trusting each other to get the job done. 2 more goals in the first half and things were looking good.Second half saw coach George mix up the positions and give all players a chance to experience different roles. It was great to see the boys adapt so readily, support each other, and do what the coach asked of them. This change up lead to 5 more goals and a group of boys that were buzzing with the final result. Even our regular goalkeeper came through with a goal! The team training is really starting to pay off.



ROUND 5, 2015 – Player and Match reports

Team 7Bee4
Submitted by Alex Papadimas
Relationship to Nominee Parent
Score We won 4-0
After losing their first game the team have been fantastic. Playing as a unit, learning to support each other and developing their skills. We won this weekend without one of our stronger players but the other two boys and 4 girls in the team delivered. Marcos & Marcus scored two each but it was not just the boys with Isla, Amelia, Sofia and Isabel all almost scoring, hitting the post 3 times during the game. It was also good to see all 4 girls on the field together for the first time this year. Keep up the good work team. Your parents are really enjoying watching you.
Team U13A’s
Submitted by Cameron French
Relationship to Nominee Parent
Score irrelevant
So the other team scored a few goals against us but it’s the determination I’d like to mention here. After being down several goals at the break, the boys picked it up in the 2nd half and managed to hold the opposition to only a couple in the second stanza. It was an impressive performance by our team against one of the best U13 teams in the St George Association who happened to be the runners up in the U12A’s last season. The BNFC played solid football with some lovely combinations and solid defence against a superior opposition. It was great to see you didn’t drop your heads and kept a positive attitude throughout. Keep it up boys, play as a team and the results will come. Proud of you all.
Team 17A
Submitted by Alex Papadimas
Relationship Manager
Score Lost 4-0
Missing two key players we were outplayed but had no luck whatsoever with the bounce of the ball and everything else that could go wrong, going wrong. From the outset we were stretched by a Very good Banksia team and although still in it at half time we went for it in the second half and found ourselves exposed. The boys tried hard but this just was not our day. Maybe next round

ROUND 2, 2015 – Player and Match reports

Team U9 Bee1
Submitted by Athena Michailou
Relationship to Nominee Coach
Score 5-2
Even in today’s warm conditions, the U9 Bee1’s team efforts and attempts were all aimed at “giving it a go” which I am proud of. 5-2 loss is not a great deal. Congratulations to our goal scorer Hussein and well done to our goal keepers Abdul and Amelia, it’s a hard job and someone has to do it!!! U9 Bee1 great team effort!!!
Team U14B1
Submitted by Peter Georgellis
Relationship to Nominee Coach
Score Draw 4-4 and Win 2-1
Hi All, we witnessed an amazing game on Saturday vs Peakhurst Utd, we lead 1-0 at HT, found ourselves down 4-1 midway through the second half then scored 3 cracking goals in the last 6 minutes of the match to jag a 4-4 draw (with George G equalising in the last minute), the boys took that confidence into Sundays game to grab a 2-1 win (with Tollie T saving a penalty!), well done lads…Great Fight Back and Team Spirit!!!
Team 9BEE2
Submitted by Gavin Kleinman
Relationship to Nominee Coach
Score Bombers 0 v 9 Penshurst West
To put it simply, we were schooled! First half score was Bombers 0 to Penshurst 6, though we improved in the second half by only allowing our opponents to bag 3 more. Our standout player by a country mile was Nicholas Bongailas. On a very warm morning, young Nicholas B. showed the determination we all need to bring to every gameI’ll leave you all with one final thought, the idea behind playing ‘piggy in the middle’ as a warm up to both training & matches, is to create a fun environment, it gives you an awareness of space & of positioning. We will do better if we can bring these aspects into our upcoming matches.
Team Bexley North Bombers AAE
Submitted by Viet Tran
Relationship to Nominee Coach, Team Mate
Score 4-4
We got to a flying start in the 1st half against Forest Rangers 18s. Using the ball well in possession, dangerous on the left wing, imposing aerial threat, created a lot of chances and inevitably we scored 4 goals in the 1st half. Rangers won the midfield battle throughout and scored a goal to make it 4-1. Late in the 1st half our goalkeeper made a good save by his legs to prevent Rangers reducing the deficit as it remained 4-1 at HT.In the 2nd half our team lost the midfield battle again which was the key point to the reason Ranger got back. We created fewer chances in the 2nd half. However, we could’ve scored few more goals if we we’re clinical enough to kill the game off with that few chances we created. Rangers deservedly got their equaliser as the game finish 4-4.
Team 13A
Submitted by Cameron French
Relationship to Nominee Parent
Score BNFC 0 – Forest 5
OK so that was yesterday. Today we met an inspired and skillful Forest Rangers who played with a maturity beyond their tender years. From the backs through the mid filed and onto the forwards, Forest really showed us how A Grade football is to be played. Defense was the key today and playing on the counter. Rock solid performances by all the defenders, Oscar, Georgiou, Liam and special mention to Michael for being so tough. The midfielders held their own but were out classed by a well drilled Forest unit. Unfortunately our long balls to Nicola, Anthony, Dean and Robbie didn’t find the man often enough or were cut out by smart play from the Forest defenders. Ultimately though they didn’t allow us to get into our groove and we were comprehensively beaten 5-0. Given we were 4-0 down at the break the Bexley boys showed true grit in the second stanza to hold Forest at bay. Well done boys, let’s get back to our slick passing and anticipating the ball for what should be a tough contest against Sans Souci.

ROUND 1 2015 – Player and Match reports

Player Name & Team Peter 7bee7
Submitted by Sophia
Relationship to Nominee Team Mate
Reason for nomination Player of the Match – Ran rings around the opposition!
Team  9BEE2
Submitted by Gavin Kleinman
Score Ramsgate RSL 3 – 0 Bombers (Saturday 11 April 2015)
 The score did not indicate the type of game played.  Though Ramsgate won with 3 goals to our nil, it was a very even game throughout. This was our first match as a team in its completeness & they made us all very proud.With each player assigned their specific position, a first for all,  Steve & I believe the team did extremely well. The score at the end of the first 20 minutes was nil all, only supported this belief.Special mentions go to Zaynab in midfield, with a tireless effort off & on the ball. Luca & Louis chimed well up front to show several moments of brilliance. Evan taking up the first time role of caretaker in goal played a gutsy match.All in all it was a tireless effort from each player, if we do all the simple things right, listen, encourage each other & train hard, we can only improve!Lastly, thanks to all the parents for their unwavering support from the sidelines & behind goal. It’s great to see you all enjoying & savouring every moment like it was the last!


Team 7 Bee 4
Submitted by Alex
Score Did not matter
The players were first up on a wet ground after heavy rain overnight yet were not bothered Isabel got in the way of attacking raids by the Rockdale raiders and stopped many goals while Marcus and Marcos caused them a lot of trouble on the other end. Well done team. Cannot wait until next week