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2019 Senior Grand Final Champions

Published: 12/09/2019 12:10:00 PM
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The weekend that was Senior Grand Final football - 6th, 7th and 8th September 2019!

There were upsets (and that’s not including the staff), there were goals aplenty, a few games decided in penalty shootouts, some great speeches, (perhaps some that shoud have come with a three second delay) and most importantly there was plenty of skillful football on display, across the fields of Hensley, Heffron Synthetic and Heffron 4 and 5.

Commencing Friday night which began with the unseasonal heat of the day, turning into gale force winds and dust storms, then rain, then finally the peace of calm weather in the second half, not to mention the weather! Our O35 Championship persisted regardless of the conditions and our first Grand Final Champions were decided for the weekend. Dunbar Rovers Premiers and Champions for 2019.

Saturday and both Heffron Synthetic and Hensley were in action. Every single game was worth watching at both venues! Our top Men’s Competition Champions were decided when 2019 AAM Championship Reserve Grade Premiers, running out as Champions after a second half resulting in extra time. Were we going to have a repeat of 2018? Not quite, with no penalty shootout required and a winning score after 120 minutes of 3-2. Coogee United AAM Championship First Grade, took to the field determined to win after being Grand Finals Runners Up in Reserve Grade. With the action aplenty and an exciting goal fest of a game, which saw our score board attendent become fitter than a gym work out, Coogee United were crowned Grand Final Champions after a last minute goal and a full time score of 4-3 over Runners Up Glebe Wanderers.

Sunday and once again both venues were going to be alive with the sounds of football. With 12 games scheduled for Heffron Park and 5 games at Hensley, it was going to be a busy day!

With some fixtures going to extra time, some going to penalties and some decided in 90 minutes of football, there was something for every spectator to cheer for.

AAW Championship Grand Final for the first time in a long time, was missing 2019 Premiers Dunbar Rovers as well as previous Grand Final Champions, Coogee United. This allowed other clubs to display their skills with Sydney Uni being crowned Grand Final Champions over Waverley Old Boys.

The top division Men’s Sunday competition AA1, was a riproarer of a game. With the crowds heard by those attending Heffron, we knew it was a spectacle of football not to be missed. Coogee United convincingly won the League and were given the Premier title after an entire season where not one game was lost. A feat to be reckoned with. South East Eagles however, were determined to reverse the result from 2018 and after 120 minutes of football and a penalty shootout, were crowned 2019 Champions.

There are many games that could warrant mention and many people who could as well. However, in particular we would like to thank all those who helped ensure our Senior Grand Finals Series, was a success! From our players to our volunteers and coaches, we thank you for having your humour, your cooperation and your unbridled passion for football, on display.

Let’s do it all again next year!!


Competition

Premiers

Champions

Runners Up

AAM Championship First Grade

Dunbar Rovers

Coogee United

Glebe Wanderers

AAM Championship Reserve Grade

Phoenix

Phoenix

Coogee United

AAM 1 (Sat)

Queens Park (Rangers)

Dunbar Rovers

Queens Park (Rangers)

AAM 3 (Sat)

Redfern Raiders

Redfern Raiders

Maroubra United Green

AAM 5 (Sat)

Easts B

Easts B

Queens Park

AAM 7 (Sat)

Dunbar Rovers

Dunbar Rovers

Easts A Green

AAM 1

Coogee United

South East Eagles

Coogee United

AAM 2

UNSW

Coogee United A

Dunbar Rovers

AAM 3

Maccabi Hakoah

Dunbar Rovers

Maccabi Hakoah

AAM 4

Randwick City

Randwick City

Coogee United B

AAM 5

Coogee United

Lokomotiv Cove A

Coogee United

AAM 6

Dunbar Rovers

Dunbar Rovers

UNSW

AAM 7

Randwick City

South East Eagles

Randwick City

AAM 8

Redfern Raiders

Redfern Raiders

Maroubra United

O35 Championship

Dunbar Rovers

Dunbar Rovers

Pagewood Botany

O35 Div 2

Coogee United B

Coogee United B

Coogee United C

O45 Championship

Pagewood Botany A

Pagewood Botany A

Dunbar Rovers A

O45 Div 2

Coogee United

Coogee United

Lokomotiv Cove

AAW Championship

Dunbar Rovers

Sydney Uni

Waverley Old Boys

AAW 2

Dunbar Rovers

Randwick City

Dunbar Rovers

AAW 3

Coogee United

Sydney Uni Gold

Coogee United

AAW 4

Lions

Lions

Queens Park

AAW 5

Maccabi Hakoah

South East Eagles

Maccabi Hakoah

Masters Trophy
 Maroubra United Green  Easts FC
 Masters Cup To be played 12/9/2019  TBC  TBC

Congratulations to all our Senior Competition Premiers and Champions for 2019.
Here's a snapshot of a few of our winners/premiers for 2019.






 



 







 

   

 
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