Mudgee Wolves FC head to the top of theladder

Oberon players unsuccessfully try to block a goal kicked by Henry Kensitt for Mudgee in the seconds match at Glen Willow on Sunday. Mudgee defeated Oberon in both divisions.Mudgee Wolves Football Club scored good wins against Oberon in two divisions at Glen Willow on Sunday.
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The Wolves firsts won 2-0 in a match described by coach Michael Sandry as very tight and “quite physical”.

“About 20 minutes in, Josh Sandry scored the opening goal and it remained that way to the last 15 minutes of the second half, when Matt Johnson put in a goal that the keeper spilt,” Sandry said.

Sandry said the game could have gone either way, with the Wolves’ defence tipping the balance in Mudgee’s favour.

“Reece hill, Justin Burgess, Tommy Plumber, Toby Forrest and Matt Sprigg are like brick walls and what they did on Sunday was superb,” he said.

‘They kept us in the game.

“I think that Oberon were on top of the table, but after that match, Mudgee should be hitting the top of the ladder.”

After an all-round bye this weekend, the firsts’ next match is against Collegians at Bathurst.

Although the Wolves have previously defeated Collegians, Sandry said it was important for the side not to be too complacent.

“We should be wary and see what happens,” he said.

The Mudgee seconds scored a decisive 9-0 win over an Oberon side with a number of young players.

Sandry said the return of Nathan Payne, who scored five goals, made a difference to the Wolves performance.

“Definitely Nathan Payne added strength to the side compared to last week,” he said.

Other goal scorers for Mudgee were Henry Kensitt, Michael Dowell (2), Jake Hardy and Brandon Roth.

The seconds’ next game is against Eglington in Bathurst.

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