Wolves victorious on home ground

THE Wolves put in a good performance to win 4-1 against International in men's A-grade football on Saturday at Queens Park.

Warwick was able to create more opportunities for scoring than in the previous few games and, although the team still has room for improvement with its finishing, showed positive signs.

Robbie Davey was again among the goals, scoring the opener from a header in the box.

Dom Benz also finished an attacking move heading the ball into goal to give Warwick a 2-0 lead at half time.

In the second half, after some sustained pressure by Warwick, Davey scored again.

There was some good fightback by International and they scored with an excellent strike from outside the box.

Cameron Davey then scored the fourth for Warwick to ensure victory.

Concern was expressed about the lack of lights at the ground as the game continued on after 5pm due to a late start because of a shoulder injury to the International goalie in the colts game.

It has become a priority for the Warwick club to allow development of the sport and provide adequate night training facilities and adequate light for late games.

Warwick won 6-0 in colts.



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