Trinity girls through to the last eight

August 5, 2013

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By Greg Danvers
Bill Turner Media – Manager
WOOLGOOLGA Monday 5 August: Lismore’s Trinity College has won their way through to the Bill Turner Trophy quarter finals (last eight) with a 1-0 victory over Woolgoolga High School today.
The 15-year-and-under girls football (soccer) tournament is fast approaching the finals series which will be held next month in the City of Lake Macquarie.
A 58th minute corner from Trinity’s Claudia Hewett swirled into the net and proved the difference between the two talented sides.
The match was locked at nil-all at half time with both team’s defensive back four and respective goal keepers ensuring the scores were level.
Woolgoolga’s Sophie Buller, a year seven student, had an outstanding match and was unlucky to see the ball go into her net from a corner from Hewett.
Hewett had just moments before unleashed a cracking free kick from 30 metres out goal, Buller pushed the ball over her bar for the corner.
Trinity will play the winner of the Wauchope High School v Hunter Sports High match that will be played on Tuesday 6 August, 2013.

Details: Trinity College Lismore 1 (Claudia Hewett 58minute) beat Woolgoolga High School 0 at High Street Soccer Fields, Woolgoolga on Monday 5 August, 2013 in the Bill Turner Trophy for Girls round of 16.

Interview with Trinity Coach Peter Szczotko

Interview with Woolgoolga Coach Lindy Schofield


















Claudia Hewett about to strike the winning goal. (top)










Photos courtesy of Patricia Danvers

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