Un­der­manned Hawks fall

Harvey-Waroona Reporter - - SPORT - Leigh Vaughan

AN un­der­strength Har­vey Hawks suf­fered its sec­ond de­feat with a 2-0 loss to Bun­bury Dy­namos on Sun­day.

Miss­ing three play­ers to in­jury or ill­ness, the Hawks strug­gled to get a foot hold in the game at Meri­dan Park, with few goal-scor­ing op­por­tu­ni­ties for ei­ther teams.

Dy­namos broke the dead­lock mid­way through the first half with a well taken goal from a nar­row an­gle.

This was the only real high­light of the half as both teams can­celled each other out in a tight af­fair.

The sec­ond half started with Har­vey push­ing for the equaliser and they dom­i­nated play for a 20minute pe­riod but could not con­vert the pres­sure into a goal.

Mid­field­ers Cody Ward, Michael Robin­son and Josh Ador­netto bat­tled tire­lessly in an at­tempt to bring Har­vey level, but it was Dy­namos who snatched a sec­ond goal.

This put the game be­yond the reach of the Har­vey side as they ran out of steam to­wards the end of the game.

Credit should be given to stand in goal-keeper Mick Trick­ett for his ef­forts and Jon Adams for his lead­er­ship on the field.

Over­all Dy­namos de­served the vic­tory in a game played in great spir­its by two closely-matched sides.

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