Browsing Archive: June, 2015

Under 18's notch up 5 wins out of 5!

Posted by Portobello ASC on Saturday, June 13, 2015, In : 98+ 
The Porty U18's had a convincing win at the RCP tonight winning 19-5 v Aberdeen. Aberdeen are new to the league and found the going tough against the young Porty Team but to their credit they never stopped swimming. With a couple of regular players unavailable it allowed Maksim Livingstone and Max Rait from the U16 team to play in this U18 league.

4 goals from Captain Clayton Woods in the first quarter, 1 for Ben Scott and 1 for Esme McGregor along with great defence and swimming from Jodie Wh...
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U18’s show Character in Hard Fought Win

Posted by Portobello ASC on Wednesday, June 10, 2015, In : 98+ 

The U18’s continued their winning streak with a 15-14 win v Menzieshill at the Olympia Pool on Tuesday night. They started very well  like previous games with powerful shooting from Clayton Woods and excellent goalkeeping from James Gardner meant a 5-3 lead to Portobello at the end of the 1st quarter. However the 2nd period was a poor performance (5-2 loss) as the team seemed to lose their shape, the ball distribution up the pool was poor and James Gardiner was not offered any protection in...


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Under 16's continue Porty Winning Way

Posted by Portobello ASC on Sunday, June 7, 2015, In : U16 
The U16 team had 2 Scottish National League games at the Royal Commonwealth Pool last night against Menzieshill and Stirling and managed 2 convincing wins to get their league challenge back on track. The team lost their opening 2 matches of the league to Aberdeen and Dunfermline before getting a win v Forth Vally and now with 2 wins last night this makes it 3 on the bounce for this young team.

In the first game v Menzieshill the Portobello team won 20-11 with goals from Gregor Turner (2), Esme...
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Hat-trick of victories for Porty U18 team!

Posted by Portobello ASC on Thursday, June 4, 2015,
Following on from victory in Stirling on Sunday and an opening season win against Forth Valley this seemed to be, on paper, the toughest test so far in the Scottish National Leagues for the Portobello U18 team. However, from the start of this game Portobello were never in any serious danger from a normally mobile Warrender team that seemed to lack fire power or, was it the well organised Portobello defence and some outstanding saves by James Gardner that stopped Warrender in their tracks?! 

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