Baguley on target as Colts draw
CASEY Baguley scored the goal as the Warwick Colts drew 1-1 with Gatton in very wet conditions on Friday night at West Wanderers.
Warwick dominated most of the game, scoring first with Baguley producing a strong individual goal in the first half.
Gatton scored midway through the second half catching Warwick on the rebound. From there as the rain became heavier Warwick pressed for the winning goal and missed several good chances, but was unable to score a decider.
Luke Dargan was impressive in his first game for five weeks with Tyson Franklin and Nick Kemp also playing well.
Warwick missed the attacking flare of Matthew Carey and Magnus Lien, who has returned to Norway, and missed the pace of Ethan Cussen.
Carey returns next game after missing five games through injury. Cussen, Jeremy Osborn, Jake Reid and Tom Settgast will also return, bringing back the strong combination that dominated in the first half of the season.
The Colts side is equal second with Highfields on the ladder and is looking forward to meeting Laidley and Highfields in the last rounds to decide second position.
ANDY O’Donnell scored three goals as Warwick beat Highfields 4-1 on Sunday at Queen’s Park to stay in the race for a reserves top four spot.
Tim Delaney, Josh Parker, O’Donnell and Brett Sinkins, who scored the fourth goal, were the best for a Warwick side which led 2-1 at halftime.
John Enosa scored a double as Warwick won 2-1 in premier men.
Warwick led 1-0 at halftime.
Highfields levelled after five minutes of the second round with Enosa scoring the winning goal two minutes from full-time.
Enosa, Cameron Davey and Ricky Sinkins were three of the best for Warwick.
The Warwick junior carnival will be played on July 31 in age groups from six to 15 years.