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Former Mariners in the NPL

JoyfulPenguin

Well-Known Member
Former Mariners in the NPL & Below 7/03-13/03

Bold = Played a senior game/signed a senior contract Italics = Played Academy/NYL Only

NPL NSW

Wollongong Wolves 1-3 Rockdale Ilinden
Wollongong Wolves:
Josh MacDonald started and was subbed (74').
Ethan Beaven was an unused substitute.

Rockdale Ilinden:
Jaden Casella played a full game, scored (12',31'), recieved a yellow card (75') and made the Team of the Week.
Peter Kekeris was not in the squad.
David Bradasevic played a full game.
Ricardo Rizzo was an unused substitute.

Highlights (including Casella's two goals):


Mt Druitt Town Rangers 0-0 NWS Spirit
Mt Druitt Town Rangers:
Rhett De Silva started, recieved a yellow card (54') and was subbed (80').
Stefan Nikolic came on (75').

NWS Spirit:
Chris Marques played a full game and kept a clean sheet.
Matt Cahill started and was subbed (57').
Louis Bozanic came on (83').



Bulls FC 0-1 Sydney United 58
Sydney United 58:
Glen Trifiro started, scored (63'), was subbed (80') and made the Team of the Week.
Adrian Vlastelica played a full game and captained the side.
Chris Payne started and was subbed at half time.

Highlights (Including a fantastic combination goal from Glen Trifiro)


Sutherland Sharks 0-1 APIA Leichhardt
Sutherland Sharks:
Louis Khoury started and was subbed (67').
Marko Bulic played a full game.

APIA Leichhardt:
Ivan Necevski played a full game and kept a clean sheet.

Higlights (Shows a fantastic goalkeeping performance from Marko Bulic and a dangerous through ball from Louis Khoury almost netting him an assist):


Manly United 2-0 St George City FA

Manly United:
Matt Sim came on (76') and scored (81').
Harry McCarthy started and was subbed (76').
Patrick Zwaanswijk managed the side.
Jimmy Oates played a full game.
Dom Ferguson started, scored (30') and was subbed (63').
Jesse Piriz played a full game.
Kieran Paull came on (68').
Jack Greenwood was an unused substitute.
Bilal Belkadi was not in the squad.

St George City:
Maki Petratos played a full game.
Marley Peterson started and was subbed at half time.

Highlights (Including Matt Sim's, Dom Ferguson's goals & Harry McCarthy almost having an assist):


Western Sydney Wanderers Academy 3-2 Sydney Olympic

Western Sydney Wanderers Academy:
Lawrence Caruso played a full game.
Andrew Christiansen (Coach) managed the side.
Teng Kuol started and was subbed.

Sydney Olympic:
Roy O'Donovan played a full game and scored (40').
Nick Fitzgerald started, recieved a yellow card (47') & was subbed (69').
Fabio Ferreira came on (69').
Ziggy Gordon started, captained the side and was substituted (32').
Mickey Neill came on (32'), recieved two yellow cards (45', 47') and was sent off.
Nick Sorras played a full game.
Jakob Cresnar played a full game.
Matthew Buettener played a full game.

Highlights (Including Roy O'Donovan's goal):


Marconi Stallions 2-0 Blacktown City​

Marconi Stallions:
Daniel Bouman came on (78').

Blacktown City:
Adam Berry
played a full game.
Travis Major played a full game.
Matt Lewis was not in the squad.
Mario Shabow was not in the squad.



NPL Victoria

Green Gully 3-2 Port Melbourne Sharks
Green Gully:
Matthew Fletcher was not in the squad

Port Melbourne Sharks:
Dor Jok
started and was subbed at half time.



Heidelberg United 0-5 Oakleigh Cannons
Oakleigh Cannons:
Emlyn Wellsmore was not in the squad.


North Geelong Warriors 1-4 Avondale FC
Avondale:
Manny Aguek started and had an assist (32').


Hume City 1-1 St Albans Saints
Hume City:
Josh Bingham played a full game and scored (59').



Dandenong Thunder 0-1 South Melbourne
Dandenong Thunder:
Harry Ascroft played a full game, captained the side and recieved a yellow card (76').


Melbourne Knights 1-0 Bentleigh Greens
Melbourne Knights:
Ben Cahn coached the side to their first victory of the season.
Steve Whyte played a full game.

Bentleigh Greens:
Mitch Rooke played a full game.
Kane Runge was not in the squad.



NPL Queensland


Lions FC 6-3 Brisbane City
Lions FC:
Aidan Munford played a full game.


Gold Coast Knights 2-2 Moreton Bay United
Gold Coast Knights:
Shelford Dais started and was subbed at half time.


Peninsula Power 2-2 Brisbane Roar
Peninsula Power:
Brenton Fox started.


Sunshine Coast Wanderers 3-2 Olympic FC
Sunshine Coast Wanderers:
James Enticknap started.



NPL NNSW

Lake Macquarie City 1-2 Newcastle Olympic

Newcastle Olympic:
Adam Pearce started.
Marcus Duncan started.


Lambton Jaffas 0-3 Weston Workers
Ben Kennedy started and made a penalty save.
Nathan Verity started.


Edgeworth FC 2-1 Broadmeadow Magic
Josh Rose played and scored (51'): https://youtu.be/MmzJt_wZcbI?t=269
No lineup information avaliable for Dylan Holz.


Charlestown Azzurri 3-0 Valentine FC
Nigel Boogaard played and made the Team of the Week.



NPL Victoria

Kingston City 2-0 Northcote City
Kingston City:
Peter Skapetis started, recieved a yellow card (14') and converted a penalty (19').




Football NSW League One

Dulwich Hill 0-3 Canterbury Bankstown
Canterbury Bankstown:
Nic Petrillo played a full game and recieved a yellow card (68').



Macarthur Rams 2-0 Central Coast United
Central Coast United:
Wayne O'Sullivan managed the side.

Thomas Lyons played a full game.
Cobe Preston played a full game.
Cade Mapu played a full game.
Luke Corocan played a full game.
Matthew Smale played a full game.
Marcus Sparacino played a full game.
Duncan Stewart started and was subbed (74').
Kyle Johnson started and was subbed (55').
Jack Ragen came on (55').
Charile Entwistle was an unused substitute.
Jarrod Dodds was an unused substitute and recieved a yellow card (81').
Daniel McFarlane was not in the squad
Josh Swadling was not in the squad.
Adam Woodbine was not in the squad.
Christopher Lennon was not in the squad.



Inter Lions 2-3 SD Raiders​

Inter Lions:
Lachlan Everett came on (67').


Bankstown City 0-0 Hakoah Sydney City East​

Bankstown City:
Zachary Cairncross started and was subbed (70').

Hakoah Sydney City East:
Yianni Spyrakis was not in the squad.


Bonnyrigg White Eagles 2-2 Northern Tigers
Bonnyrigg White Eagles:
Jack Kuipers played a full game.
Zac Sfiligoli played a full game and recieved a yellow card (44').
Mason Versi played a full game and recieved a yellow card (43').
Aaron Peterson started and was subbed (81').


Hills United 3-2 Dunbar Rovers
Hills United:
Nicolai Muller was not in the squad.
Jamal Belkadi started, scored (48') and was subbed (89').
Brian Jamba was not in the squad.


St George FC 3-0 Blacktown Spartans
St George:
Reuben Awaritefe came on (66') and scored a brace (88',94').

Blackown Spartans:
Sam Perre came on (63').



Football NSW League Two

Hawkesbury City 2-2 Parramatta FC

Hawkesbury City:
Pedj Bojic played a full game and recieved a yellow card (93').


UNSW 3-2 Nepean FC
UNSW:
Lachlan Hughes started, recieved a yellow card (64') and was subbed (65').



Newcastle Jets Academy:
Ezra Palombini started, scored (33') and was subbed (65').
Caleb Trowbridge played a full game.
Adrian Delmoni was not in the squad.


South Coast Flame 1-3 Sydney University​

South Coast Flame:
Jacob Poscoliero played a full game.

If I have missed anyone please let me know, and thanks for reading!
 

JoyfulPenguin

Well-Known Member
Thought I would start this thread for former Mariners who aren't quite conquering the world.

Current List of Former Mariners in the NPL (and below) Updated 16/03/23

NPL NSW

Bold = Played a senior game/signed a senior contract Italics = Academy/NYL Only

APIA Leichhardt: Ivan Necevski

Blacktown City: Adam Berry, Matt Lewis, Travis Major, Mario Shabow

Manly United: Harry McCarthy, Matt Sim, Patrick Zwaanswijk (coach), Jimmy Oates, Dom Ferguson, Jack Greenwood, Kieran Paull, Jesse Piriz, Bilal Belkadi,

Marconi Stallions: Daniel Bouman

Mt Druitt Town Rangers: Rhett De Silva, Stefan Nikolic

NWS Spirit: Chris Marques, Louis Bozanic, Matt Cahill

Rockdale Ilinden: Jaden Casella, Peter Kekeris, David Bradasevic, Ricardo Rizzo

St George City: Maki Petratos, Marley Peterson

Sutherland Sharks: Louis Khoury, Marko Bulic

Sydney Olympic: Roy O'Donovan (also assistant), Fabio Ferreira, Nick Fitzgerald, Mickey Neill, Ziggy Gordon, Nick Sorras, Jakob Cresnar, Matthew Buettener

Sydney United 58: Glen Trifiro, Chris Payne, Adrian Vlastelica

Western Sydney Wanderers Academy: Lawrence Caruso, Andrew Christiansen (Coach), Teng Kuol

Wollongong Wolves: Josh MacDonald, Ethan Beaven

NPL Victoria

Avondale: Manny Aguek

Bentleigh Greens: Kane Runge, Mitch Rooke

Dandenong Thunder: Harry Ascroft

Green Gully: Matthew Fletcher

Hume City: Josh Bingham

Melbourne Knights: Ben Cahn (Coach), Steve Whyte

Oakleigh Cannons: Emlyn Wellsmore

Port Melbourne Sharks: Dor Jok

St Albans Saints (Women): Tom Pondeljak (Coach)

NPL Queensland

Gold Coast Knights: Shelford Dais

Lions FC: Aidan Munford

Peninsula Power: Brenton Fox

Sunshine Coast Wanderers: James Enticknap

NPL NNSW
Charlestown Azzurri: Nigel Boogaard

Edgeworth FC: Josh Rose, Dylan Holz

Lambton Jaffas: Ben Kennedy, Nathan Verity

Newcastle Olympic: Adam Pearce, Marcus Duncan

Weston Workers: Cooper Buswell
NPL Victoria 2
Kingston City: Peter Skapetis

Football NSW League One

Bankstown City: Zachary Cairncross

Blackown Spartans: Sam Perre


Bonnyrigg White Eagles: Jack Kuipers, Aaron Peterson, Zac Sfiligoli, Mason Versi

Canterbury Bankstown: Nick Petrillo

Central Coast United: Wayne O'Sullivan (Coach), Daniel McFarlane, Josh Swadling, Thomas Lyons, Cobe Preston, Jarrod Dodds, Kyle Johnson, Cade Mapu, Adam Woodbine, Duncan Stewart, Luke Corocan, Matthew Smale, Marcus Sparacino, Christopher Lennon, Charile Entwistle, Jack Ragen

Hakoah Sydney City East: Yianni Spyrakis

Hills United: Nicolai Muller, Brian Jamba, Jamal Belkadi

Inter Lions: Lachlan Everett

St George: Reuben Awaritefe

Football NSW League Two

Hawkesbury City: Pedj Bojic

Newcastle Jets Academy: Adrian Delmoni, Ezra Palombini, Caleb Trowbridge

South Coast Flame: Jacob Poscoliero

UNSW: Lachlan Hughes
Updated with:

Nigel Boogaard to Charlestown Azzurri.

Cooper Buswell to Weston Workers.

Ben Kennedy & Nathan Verity to Lambton Jaffas.

Jack Ragen to Central Coast United.
 

sydmariner

Well-Known Member

Former A-Leagues forward scores a whopping nine goals in 17-0 Australia Cup win

Don’t rub your eyes, pinch yourself or think there was an extra digit left in the scoreline.

Avondale began their 2023 Australia Cup campaign with a whopping 17-0 victory over Men’s State League 3 north-west (Victorian sixth tier) side Diamond Valley United in the fourth round of Victorian Australia Cup qualifying on Tuesday night.

Nine of those goals – yes, nine – were scored by ex-Western United and Central Coast Mariners striker Manyluak Aguek, who scored six of them before half-time.

Rounding out the scorers were Liston Diaz (two), Dillon Jakupi (two), Yusuf Ahmed (two), Yitay Towns and Blake Carpenter.

However, Aguek was the star of the show at BT Connor Reserve.

The 23-year-old started his career at Caroline Springs George Cross, before having stints at South Melbourne and Kingston City which led to him being signed by Western United’s academy in 2020.

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Manyluak Aguek (left) playing for Western United in 2021.
In a shortened 2021 NPL3 Victoria season, Aguek scored 12 goals in 14 games for the academy side and even earned his Isuzu UTE A-League debut off the back of his exploits, making two substitute appearances at the tail-end of the 2020-21 season.

“My playing style is just; score goals, celebrate for the fans and enjoy yourself,” Aguek told the Western United website in 2021.

Aguek then made the move north to Central Coast Mariners in the 2021 off-season – where he only featured once last season – before heading out on loan to Avondale for the 2022 season.

He has since returned to the Avengers on a permanent deal in 2023, scoring two goals in six appearances this campaign, including one last weekend against Melbourne Knights – making it a whopping 10 goals in only four days!

The attacker also had a brief one game stay in the U21 side where he slotted an astonishing five goals against Moreland City.

His form has also caught the attention of the South Sudan national team, having been called up to their preliminary squad for the March window of African Cup of Nations qualifiers.
 

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