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The past three weeks has seen Hume City’s Under 12 outfit continue its success. A comfortable 9-0 win against Whittlesea Ranges was pleasing in the sense that most chances were taken, with Deha Kurul netting a hatrick and Nathan Talevski scoring a ...

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The U16s home game vs Moreland Zebras kicked off in blustery conditions at ABD Stadium on Sunday afternoon. The visitors managed to get behind the Hume defence a few times early in the game and were rewarded with the first goal. Hume City managed to wres...

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U18 v North Geelong

Hume City’s under 18 side continued its strong start to the 2016 season with a hard fought 1-0 win over North Geelong at Elcho Park In what was a hard fought contest, Hume City battled bravely but had to be content with an even scoreline heading int...

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Hume City travelled to North Geelong for round six and showed their intention from the whistle, taking full control of the game with over 60% possession in the first half, but failed to fully capitalise on their dominance going into half time with only th...

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We are coming to the end of a huge couple of weeks. After a couple of defeats we have got back to winning ways and I have no doubt that the youth system at our great club played a major role in achieving the back to back victories. Wednesday night s...

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U18 v Whittlesea

Hume City under 18 side will sit down for a Video Analysis session on Monday, after suffering its first loss of the season against Whittlesea. Half time score: 0-2. Full time score: 0-2. Player lineup: Patrick Cristea, Moe Abbas, Umut Bozdugan, Lachlan Ca...

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Hume City’s Under 16 side suffered its first loss of the season, with a tough 1-0 loss to Whittlesea Ranges. Hume City side started strongly against the Ranges in round 5, dominating the middle and restricting chances but couldn’t break a str...

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The Under 12 Hume City boys took on the match report v Skillaroo Girls​ in what was a classic encounter. The girls were superior in size, speed and strength across the park and they played some clever football. To the Under 12’s credit they stuck...

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Hume City’s under 18 side continued its impressive start to the 2016 season, with a 2-1 win over NTC Blue. Damien Damcevski got City on its way when he slotted home a Zach Hutchinson assist. After the break Peter Capparelli rounded off the scoring ...

Hume City’s under 14 side had another great perfomance, this time with a 4-1 win over the FFV under 13 boys side on Sunday. It was a tough contest for Hume, however good teamwork and a strong work ethic helped it prevail. Nick Giarizzo and Matthew C...

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