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Mini Mariners Complete 2013/14 Campaign

Melbourne Heart Youth ended their Foxtel National Youth League campaign on a winning note after a 4-2 win over the Central Coast Mariners Youth at Epping Stadium on Sunday.

After a flurry of goals early in the game, with Luke O'Dea scoring twice either side of Glen Trifiro's volley, Heart put the foot down in the second half through Paulo Retre and Alex Dao.

The bottom-placed Mariners did finish the season on a high note with Patrick Dixon scoring a consolation goal deep in second-half stoppage time.

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Cristaldo Hat-trick Leads Victory Youth To Big Win

"Chris Cristaldo's treble helped Melbourne Victory to a 5-2 triumph over the Central Coast Mariners in the National Youth League at Lakeside Stadium on Sunday.

The young winger scored a first-half hat-trick as Victory came from behind twice after Mariners' captain Josh Bingham snagged an early brace.

Jesse Makarounas scored both goals in the second half as Victory coasted to a comfortable win.

The match began at a high tempo with the Mariners trying to carefully construct moves while the Victory attempted to break with pace and expose the away team's back four."

Read more: http://www.footballaustralia.com.au/news-display/Cristaldo-hattrick-leads-Victory-youth-to-big-win/85540

Wanderers, Victory Share Spoils In NYL

Western Sydney Wanderers and Melbourne Victory played out a 1-1 draw in the final round of the Foxtel National Youth League season at Cook Park on Saturday.

The Wanderers held most of the possession and looked more threatening in the opening quarter hour but it was the Victory who almost stole the lead.

Jordan Brown found space and shot toward goal. His effort beat goalkeeper Thomas Manos but cannoned off the upright.

For the full article, click here.

Wanderers, Victory Share Spoils In NYL

Western Sydney Wanderers and Melbourne Victory played out a 1-1 draw in the final round of the Foxtel National Youth League season at Cook Park on Saturday.

The Wanderers held most of the possession and looked more threatening in the opening quarter hour but it was the Victory who almost stole the lead.

Jordan Brown found space and shot toward goal. His effort beat goalkeeper Thomas Manos but cannoned off the upright.

For the full article, click here.

Heart Finish NYL Season On A High

Melbourne Heart ended their Foxtel National Youth League campaign on a winning note after a 4-2 win over the Central Coast Mariners at Epping Stadium on Sunday.

After a flurry of goals early in the game, with Luke O'Dea scoring twice either side of Glen Trifiro's volley, Heart put the foot down in the second half through Paulo Retre and Alex Dao.

The bottom-placed Mariners did finish the season on a high note with Patrick Dixon scoring a consolation goal deep in second-half stoppage time.

To read the full article, click here.

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