Action Abroad - 29-06-04
Our Aussies Abroad for this week has come across former National League players Chay Hews (pictured) and Hamilton Thorp continuing to ply their trade in Sweden's third tier level with IF Sylvia. Click through here to see how Chay, Hamilton and the few players still in action fared over the past week
ACTION IN EUROPE… NORWEGIAN DIVISION ONE (ELITESERIEN) Date: 27-06-04 * Dylan Macallister came on at half time as SK Brann lost 5-1 at home against Lillestrom. For Lillestrom, Kasey Wehrman came on in the 89th minute. SWEDISH DIVISION TWO (VASTRA SVEALAND LEAGUE) Date: 27-06-04 · Chay Hews (pictured right) played a full game and received a yellow card, while Hamilton Thorp was replaced in the 61st minute, as IF Sylvia lost 3-1 away at Karlslunds IF HFK.
ACTION IN ASIA…
MALAYSIA SUPER LEAGUE Date: 26-06-04 * Qantas Socceroo Ante Milicic scored in the 21st minute, as Pahang won 2-1 away at Kedah.
SINGAPORE CUP (BIG TRUMPET CUP) Quarter Final First Leg Date: 27-06-04 * Andrew Durante was replaced in the 61st minute, as Balestier Khalsa won 4-2 at home against Tampines Rovers FC. The second leg is scheduled for Sunday 18th July. Date: 26-06-04 * Alex Duric played a full game and scored in the 5th and 52nd minutes, as Geylang United won 3-2 at home against Woodlands Wellington. The return leg is scheduled for Sunday 4th July SINGAPORE DIVISION ONE (S LEAGUE) Date: 24-06-04 * Jon Angelucci played a full game and scored in the 30th minute as Singapore Armed Forces drew 2-2 away with Young Lions. Date: 22-06-04 * Andrew Durante played a full game, as Balestier Khalsa lost 4-1 away at Geylang United. For Geylang, Alex Duric was replaced in the 64th minute, but not before scoring in 15th and 36th minutes. ACTION IN AMERICA… WOMENS DIVISION (W-LEAGUE) Date: 26-06-04 * Caitlin Munoz was replaced in the 73rd minute, while Stacey Stocco came on in the 51st minute as Boston Renegades won 6-0 at home against South Jersey Banshees.
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