Luke Beudel takes a shot at goal for the Water Works.Photo Keagan Elder / South Burnett Times
Luke Beudel takes a shot at goal for the Water Works.Photo Keagan Elder / South Burnett Times Keagan Elder

Waterworks make a splash in the teens futsal league

WATERWORKS proved their worth on the futsal court after they got the better of the Eastern Strikers in the teen competition.

Waterworks coach Peter Sansby said his players had to work a lot harder because they were much younger than their opponents.

"Most of them are under-13 players," Sansby said.

"They're probably playing a couple of leagues above."

Despite the age difference, Waterworks showcased good footwork on the court to work past the Eastern Strikers on Thursday.

With many of the Waterworks' players shorter than their opponents they were able to twist and switch play at devastating pace to use the ball to their advantage.

The sharp skills played on the Thursday trumped the Eastern Strikers 7-3.

"They're more worried about their skills than the actual score," Sansby said.

"Our goal out here is to keep their skill set up and their fitness up.

"They go well, they win more than they lose."

Scores

Seniors

  • Nanango beat Coaches Team 20-6

Youths

  • Mr Yenny & Co beat Tekkers 9-8
  • Gary's Team tied with West Wonders 6-6

Teens

  • Panna FC beat Renegades 7-6
  • Waterworks beat Eastern Strikers 7-3

Juniors

  • Pink Panthers beat Super Minis 2-1
  • Pure Awesomeness beat Super Heroes 3-2
  • Bombers beat Rebels 6-3
  • FC Llamageddon beat Chickens Real Madrid 5-2
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