MORE than 90 minutes of scoreless soccer sounds boring but the Bunbury United-Hay Park Premier league stoush at the Soccerdrome last Sunday was anything but.
Goalkeepers Blaze Rosinski and Hay Park’s Kobe Lei were kept busy throughout the top-of-table ripper between premiers United and fellow finalists Hay Park with the action thick and fast from the first minute.
Risdon brothers, Ryan and Nat were outstanding in the United defence with Seb Bell, Aaron Brittain, Cam Marra and captain Adam Spinelli working non-stop against Hay Park’s Joe Barningham, Liam Allison, Connor McRory, Kevin Kavanagh, Paul Woods and Ryan Price.
A 10-minute sparring session erupted with a superb sliding save in defence during a protracted Bunbury United attack with a spectacular save of a Hay Park counter-attack by a diving Rosinski with the big Bunbury goalkeeper enjoying a sensational afternoon and the action at the other end where his counterpart was also entertaining with his series of saves.
As the match wore on so the action from the two desperate sets of players intensified in one of the better games of the season.
In Busselton it was success for the home team with Corben Wilson, Mike Newell and Jacob Black, providing their punters with a 3-2 victory over Dynamos while at Dalyellup the game provided an upset with Dunsborough United defeating the home team 3-2.
This Sunday Dunsborough entertain Busselton, Dynamos are at home to Australind with Hay Park taking on Dalyellup Ranger