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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.

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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.

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Sydney, AIS Play Out Scoreless Draw

The Foxtel National Youth League season concluded at the Australian Institute of Sport as the AIS and Sydney FC fought out a 0-0 draw in Round 18.

The result was a fair reflection of a match that failed to hit many heights with a first-half penalty miss from the hosts the closest wither side came to breaking the deadlock.

A gloriously sunny day attracted a decent crowd to the AIS for the final round of the competition as League Champions Sydney FC looked to end the campaign in style against an Institute group that was playing its last match together.

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Mariners Down Sydney To Get Title Defence Back On Track

Central Coast Mariners snapped their five-game losing streak with a 2-1 victory over Sydney FC in a pulsating Hyundai A-League encounter at Bluetongue Stadium on Saturday night.

A sublime 26th-minute free-kick from recent addition Kim Seung-Yong for Central Coast was cancelled out by Richard Garcia's second-half equaliser.

But Mitchell Duke's third goal of the season, his first against the Sky Blues, saw the Mariners rebound from their mid-week loss to FC Seoul in the AFC Champions League.

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Central Coast Mariners Lose AFC Champions League Match to FC Seoul 2-0

Central Coast Mariners continued their poor A-League form on the Asian stage, losing 2-0 away to FC Seoul in the AFC Champions League.

Goals in each half proved enough for FC Seoul to collect a comfortable win in the Group F opener and continue the Mariners' recent misery.

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David O’Keefe

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