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Nectar Triantis: the breakout Mariners star following in his family footsteps

It’s been a great start to 2022-23 season for the 19-year-old Triantis, after making the move from the Western Sydney academy. The stalwart defender is having a breakout season to remember so far.

As a teenager, Nectar had heavy expectations to live up to as a Footballer within his household with older brothers Chris and Peter plying their trade for Sydney Olympic when the Mariners defender was growing up.

Now, with 14 games of professional Football under his belt. The former Olympic youth player believes this environment helped shape him into who he is today.

“Personally, I don’t think there was any pressure, what my brothers showed me and knowing the aspects of what it takes to become a professional footballer certainly made it a lot easier for me to go into that environment,” he stated.

Prijovic strike powers Western United past Wanderers

An underperforming Western Sydney Wanderers side undone by a defensively sound Western United at AAMI Park.

Strong winds and a soft, sloppy pitch are the only excuses for a second-rate football performance by both Newcastle Jets and Brisbane Roar.

It couldn’t have started any worse for the Western Sydney Wanderers, misplacing numerous passes in the opening five minutes. Mistakes that led to Aleksandar Prijović firing home for the Green and Black from one yard out in the fifth minute.

The Wanderers continued to hold a vast amount of position in the first 15 minutes. However, an extremely well-set press from John Alosi’s side made things exceedingly difficult for the Red and Black to break down the home side.

Newcastle All-Stars shine at NSW First Nations Football Festival

For the first time in over two years, what was formerly known as the National Indigenous Football Championships returned to the community of Yuin and Dharwal Nations in South Nowra across the weekend.

How blind and vision-impaired Aboriginal children in remote Australia find a love of playing football

A new partnership between John Moriarty Football and Australian Blind Football will ensure blind and vision-impaired Aboriginal children in some of Australia’s most disadvantaged and remote communities will have the opportunity to participate in a game-changing football initiative. 

Key Takeaways: Adelaide United v Melbourne City – ALM Semi Final Leg One

In a tight and hard-fought affair, neither Melbourne City nor Adelaide United were unable to come out on top at Coopers Stadium.

Key Takeaways: Western United v Melbourne Victory – ALM Semi-Final Leg One

In a close war-of-attrition between two Melbourne rivals, it was Melbourne Victory who came out on top to progress with a 1-0 lead into the second leg of the A-League Men Semi-Finals. In what was a sluggish and slow opening…

Key Takeaways: Matildas vs New Zealand – International Friendly Game Two

After facing the Football Ferna one week ago in Townsville, the Matildas secured an extremely impressive 5-1 win in Canberra. Following on from a bolstering national anthem at GIO Stadium, Tony Gustavsson’s side came out firing almost immediately in Canberra.…

Key Takeaways: Melbourne Victory vs Melbourne City

Key Takeaways: Melbourne Victory v Melbourne City

Key Takeaways: Macarthur FC vs Western Sydney Wanderers

The Bulls found the opener earlier on as Al Hassan Toure pulled off a freak assist with no boot as he picked out fellow winger Craig Noone, who buried the chance in the top left corner leaving Daniel Margush with no chance to save the 34-year-olds shot.

Key Takeaways: Melbourne Victory vs Sydney FC

This is what Football is all about, the latest edition of the Big Blue produced one of the greatest games of A-League Men Football seen this season.