GCU Weekend Wrap – Feb 16-17

NPL Men/Boys v Redlands


Senior Men  2-0 Loss – Read more here

“We had plenty of the ball but didn’t convert that possession into goals, and at this level if you make a mistake you get punished and that’s what happened with the first goal.”

– Coach Sean Lane

Youth Men   2-1 Loss

U18’s            6-1 Win

Action from the U18’s @Raybyphotography

Youth NPL

U13’s        6-1 Win


U14’s        4-0 Win

U15’s        9-1 Win

U16’s        3-0 Win

‘Soccer Mums’ – Kyla Golds (U14’s)

NPL Women & Girls v Lions

Senior Women  2-3 Loss – Read more here

“We started the match well and were completely in control of the game for most of the first half.  Individual errors gifted lions all three goals. There were brief spells where Lions had greater possession and were threatening, they are a quality team. When we eliminate silly errors, we will go on a run and be hard to beat.”

– Coach Michael Cook

U13’s        0-0

U15’s       7-0 Win

U17’s        1-5 Loss


SAP Boys v Redlands

“Saturday saw the SAP boys play for the first time with full squads with Futsal commitments being mostly over. In their first run in their new kits all teams did the club proud. The focus of the week’s training was on passing combinations and goals rained in for GCU with slick passing and clinical finishing.”

– Director of SAP – Shane Robinson


U9’s          4-1 Win

U10’s        0-0 Draw

U11’s        12-1 Win

U12’s        8-0 Win

U10’s & Shane Robinson – photo Gary McCoy