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Week 7 Review



Week 7



Southdown Flyers continued their run of form with two more victories during week 7. Jack Steinberg scored a hat trick in the 4-1 win over Future Stars then two goals by Colby Konisberg secured the points in a 2-0 win over HBC Holland.

Roman Martin scored for the Future Stars in their game against the Green Machine but two goals by Jonathan Duffy gave the Green Machine a 2-1 win. Jonathan scored another two goals as the Green Machine went two for two by beating HBC Germany 2-1, Vincent Garone was on target for Germany.

Kings Park also won twice with Golden Boot leader Matthew Donnis scoring all four goal in the 4-1 victory over HBC Holland. He then scored again against HBC Germany in the 2-0 win with Madison Squillacioti adding the second.


Celtic finished top of the division going into the play offs with two victories in the BU7 division. Lennon Harrington scored twice in the 3-0 win over Elwood with Jeffrey Flores also on the score sheet. Robbie Campbell scored against the Annoying Oranges and Lennon Harrington added two more as Celtic won 3-1.

The HBC Cruisers secured a play off place with a 4-1 win over Elwood and a 1-1 tie with the HBC Crushers. Chris Prainito and Callan Steele each had two goals on the day for the Cruisers.

The Oranges were assured of a play off place and tied for second place in the division with Rangers who beat them 5-2. Jhordan Morada scored twice for the Oranges but a hat trick by Grant Kurland and two goals by Angelo Lucignano saw Rangers collect the points.

James Vassallo’s second goal of the day wasn’t enough for the HBC Crushers as Rangers made it two wins on the day thanks to a double by Matt Bender, 2-1 the final score.

That result meant Rangers and the Oranges tied for second place and will face each other in the play offs at the weekend. Celtic will play the HBC Cruisers who finished fourth.


Arsenal and Chelsea played the opening game of the BU10 division with Arsenal taking a first half lead through Bryan Lizama. Jason Kaiser equalized for Chelsea before half time and two goals in quick succession from Liam Harrington in the second half gave Chelsea the advantage, Aleks Proniewski added a fourth late on, 4-1 the result.

Arsenal bounced back with a 7-2 victory over the HBC Chargers to finish third in the division, Patrick Soulias scored a hat trick.

Chelsea then made sure of a first place finish by beating HBC Spurs 7-0, Aleks Proniewski scored a hat trick and Lennon Harrington scored twice.

HBC Ambush beat the Chargers 4-0 and finished second in the table by doing so. Liam Lennon was on target twice for the Ambush who will play Arsenal in the semi final play off at the weekend.


Sawyer Diamond and Logan Weisnethall each scored twice for HBC Spurs in the 4-0 victory over Team Poland but their earlier loss meant they finished fifth in the table and therefore miss out on a play of place.

Northport Thunder needed two points to make sure of a play off place and they got them against the Ambush winning an entertaining game 3-2. Henry Vohs and Charie Grimonti scored for the Ambush but two Goals by Timmy Tomlinson and one from John Oualaalou were enough for the Thunder.

The Thunder then beat the HBC Wildcats 4-1 thanks to a John Oualaalou hat trick. The Thunder ended the season level on points with Arsenal but finish fourth because Arsenal have the better head to head record. They now meet Chelsea in the play offs at the weekend.

Wolves beat Poland 3-1 but lost to the Wildcats 3-0 to finish in seventh place. Danny Dorrie, Luke Defruscia and Dylan Rogers scored for the Wildcats who finished in sixth place in the division.


The SH Saints had a good day with two victories over the SH Sharpshooters then Levittown Inferno. Nico Rzehak scored twice in the 3-0 win over the Sharpshooters with Trevor Hubbard adding the third. James Philipis scored a second half hat trick in the 6-1 win over Levittown.

The Uniondale Vikingos were looking to maintain their perfect record and led the SH Sharpshooters 1-0 at half time thanks to a Niko Vidal goal. The Sharpshooters replied in the second half when Alan Veliz scored and had a couple of late chances to take the lead before Kazuki Yoshihashi fired the winner for the Vikingos with less than twenty seconds left to play. Warren Sanger was on target twice in the next Vikingos game as they beat the HBC Outlaws 4-0.

The Outlaws came back to beat the Inferno 2-0 in the final game of the day, Matt Bratchie and and Michael Kleinman scoring the goals.


CSH Crushers made sure of a first place finish with two 2-0 victories. Katie Browne and Petra Brown scored second half goals against the Shooting Stars then Emily Plachta scored both goals in the victory over the Northport Dolphins.

Northport Spirit also beat the Shooting Stars 2-0. Jensy Ponce and Valerie Norden scored the goals which meant the Northport Dolphins were guaranteed a play off place before they played.

The Dolphins and Shooting Stars were tied on ten points each but the Dolphins had a better head to head record.

Elizabeth Starin scored a hat trick in the Spirit’s 3-0 win over the Tiger Lily’s who were also beaten by the Blue Devils 2-0, Megan Agrillo scored both goal for the Devils.

Goals by Lucy Biblow, Carly Stevens and Megan Agrillo saw the Blue Devils pick up another two points as they defeated the Tiger Lily’s 3-1.

CSH Crushers will play the Northport Dolphins in one of the semi finals and the Spirit will face the Blue Devils in the other, it should be an exciting weekend!


The HBC Sting recorded another two victories during week seven. Chris Wright hit the net twice in the 4-2 win over the Northport Warriors then Luke Luckow scored a hat trick in the 5-0 win over the Tornados.

Charles Willis scored twice as the CSH Falcons beat the Northport Warriors 4-0, Yotam Granov and James Cosmai were also on target.

Charles and James were on the score sheet again for the Falcons but they went down 7-2 to the Tornados. Corey Phelan scored four second half goals for the Tornados to add to two Brendan Tomlinson strikes and one from Adam Debus in the first half.

Week eight will see the Sting play Northport in the first semi final then the Tornados and Falcons in the second.

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