Masters Close but no Cigar
10 October 2012
Hamersley Masters came so close to securing silverware this season but came up just short in both the league and the cup. Having already finished second in the league by only a point, the cup was the holy grail for the team and the club.
A large crowd had assembled for the cup final day with almost 300 packed into Macedonia Park. Both Hamersley and Mandurah contributing a fair amount to that total.
Despite a fantastic effort the team was defeated 3-1 against a young(ish) Mandurah Masters side full of running. Missing top goalscorer Ade Coppack was a real blow and Matty Baker's absence was also felt in defence.
Congratulations to all the lads on a brilliant season, we're sure they will be back ready to go one or even two better next season.
An official match report can be found on the following link:
Highlights of the match can also be found here:
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