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An unchanged starting 11 for Hume City who looked to return to winning ways, after throwing away a 3-1 lead in their round 11 clash against Avondale FC. The home side endured some early pressure from Heidelberg, who managed to fire a shot off target in th...

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Hume City stunned Avondale FC in the opening minutes of the game when Andy Brennan got on the end of Danny Dixon’s ball into the box before slotting the ball past Rory Brian at the 4th minute. Unfortunately, Hume’s lead didn’t last long as Avondale ...

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South’s strong start to the game saw them take an early lead via Josh Barresi at the 9th minute when he had enough time to turn inside the box and fire a shot past Michael Weier. Hume were extremely unlucky not to level the score shortly after conceding...

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It was one way traffic from the opening whistle of the game, with Hume dominating possession and forcing Asaeli Batikasa into numerous goal denying saves. Hume’s persistence was finally rewarded at the 12th minute via Josh Bingham who continues his impr...

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The home side were dominant from the opening whistle and it was to no surprise when they broke the deadlock at the 19th minute. Josh Bingham’s initial shot was parried away by Matthew Sesto into the path of an alert Andy Brennan, who slotted in the open...

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The opening 20 minutes of play saw plenty of end-to-end action from the opening whistle, with both sides showing much attacking intent from the get-go. Andy Brennan was at the centre of attention after being brought down inside Thunder’s box at the 23rd...

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A sizeable crowd had assembled at ABD Stadium despite terrible weather conditions, as Hume City hosted an in-form Port Melbourne Sharks side. The home side were the more creative of the two in the opening 20 minutes of the game, after testing Alex Withers...

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There was plenty of end-to-end action from the opening whistle, with both sides showing plenty of attacking intent from the get-go. Josh Bingham was central to Hume’s greatest chances in the opening half. The first was a header fired over the bar follow...

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Round 5 saw Hume City FC return to the winners list, after an impressive 2-0 win and sending reigning NPL champions Bentleigh Greens SC home empty handed from ABD Stadium. Despite a scoreless first half, there was plenty of action as both sides showed pro...

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Round 4 saw Hume City FC travel to Knights Stadium to face a new look Melbourne Knights FC side, with both sides having solid starts to their respective 2021 NPL campaigns and were looking to continue their good form. There was plenty of action from the g...