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    AIS National Youth League Team

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    AIS National Youth League Team

    Post by Admin_Capital Punishment on Mon Oct 05, 2009 3:10 am

    This thread is for all about the AIS youth team that is based in Canberra. We will just keep their results, news etc. in this thread.
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    Re: AIS National Youth League Team

    Post by Admin_Capital Punishment on Mon Oct 05, 2009 3:14 am

    Rd 1 vs Sydney FC- 1-0 Loss
    Rd 2 Bye
    Rd 3 vs Adelaide United- 4-1 Loss
    Rd 4 vs Perth Glory- 3-2 Loss

    So not the greatest of starts for the AIS boys and they are obviously coming last.
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    Re: AIS National Youth League Team

    Post by Chris1822 on Mon Oct 05, 2009 4:14 am

    i wonder if they've had any crowds at the AIS?


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    Re: AIS National Youth League Team

    Post by Toby on Mon Oct 05, 2009 5:02 am

    Has anyone here seen them play? Any names that have caught the eye for good or bad reasons? yeah not the greatest of starts but maybe we should get some support behind them..
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    Re: AIS National Youth League Team

    Post by (::FAQ::) on Sun Oct 11, 2009 9:52 am

    AIS drew with the Central Coast Mariners.
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    Re: AIS National Youth League Team

    Post by Toby on Wed Oct 14, 2009 2:55 pm

    yeah first point.. it's the turning point!
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    Re: AIS National Youth League Team

    Post by Joey47 on Fri Oct 23, 2009 8:54 am

    Playing the curtain raiser to the W-league game this weekend.


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    Re: AIS National Youth League Team

    Post by Toby on Sun Oct 25, 2009 12:40 pm

    Perth Glory’s Youth team has come from two goals down to score a dramatic last minute 4-3 win over the Australian Institute of Sport (AIS) at McKellar Park.

    Western Australian youngster Eli Babalj had the AIS up early in the match when he struck in the 16th and 18th minute, to have his side in control.

    The AIS held their two-goal advantage at the break and kept Perth at bay until the 66th minute, when Cameron Edwards scored. Edwards then set up Joshua Risdon for the leveller minutes later.

    However the AIS were quick to retake the lead, John Matrinovski curling in an impressive free kick.

    It was all square again in the 79th minute, with Ludovic Boi pouncing on an AIS error and Perth stole the win with seconds remaining with Reece Vittiglia the hero for Glory.

    source: theworldgame.com.au
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    Re: AIS National Youth League Team

    Post by Galileo on Tue Oct 27, 2009 9:31 pm

    I honestly though the AIS would be very strong. Seems not be the case. This is like the WNBL. AIS are terrible.
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    Re: AIS National Youth League Team

    Post by Toby on Sun Nov 15, 2009 3:10 am

    A depleted Australian Institute of Sport secured a magnificent point after playing out an incredible 4-4 draw with a star-studded Adelaide United at Hindmarsh Stadium on Saturday.

    With a host players missing because of international commitments, the AIS were not expected to trouble Adelaide, who included first team stars Lucas Pantelis, Lloyd Owusu, Cassio and Fabian Barbiero.

    After scores were locked one apiece at half time, the floodgates opened in the second half, Kamal Ibrahim the hero for the AIS with a deserved late equaliser.

    Ibrahim struck the first blow of the game as well, opening the scoring after 11 minutes with a terrific shot into the top corner of the net.

    Francesco Monterosso grabbed the equaliser for the home side 15 minutes later with an excellent header from a free kick.

    Adelaide took the lead after 65 minutes when Cassio crashed home a free kick off the underside of the crossbar.

    But that only brought the AIS to life and within a blink of an eye they were ahead with two goals in two minutes from Aaron Peterson and John Martinoski.

    Roles were reversed soon after when Adelaide then scored twice in quick succession through Dane Milovanovic and Pantelis before Ibrahim earned AIS a point with just three minutes remaining.

    source: thewoldgame.com.au
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    Re: AIS National Youth League Team

    Post by Toby on Wed Nov 18, 2009 2:33 pm

    Brisbane Roar winger Henrique returned to competitive football with a masterclass performance to help Brisbane Roar to a 4-2 win over Australian Institute of Sport at Ballymore Stadium on Wednesday.

    The Brazilian livewire showed several touches of brilliance in his return from a knee injury as he claimed a goal and an assist to give Roar just their second win in the National Youth League.

    Things looked grim for Roar when Kamal Ibrahim won a penalty after just two minutes. The speedy winger collected an over-hit cross on the left flank and drew a foul from Matthew Byrne, allowing Damir Lokvancic to bury the penalty.

    Brisbane responded positively and began to control the tempo of the match but it was the AIS who were getting the shots on goal with Jake Barker-Daish forcing a good save from Luke Muir before Ibrahim sent a shot over.

    First-team stars Michael Zullo and Henrique began to stamp their authority on the match in their return from injury and combined to go close on 23 minutes.

    Zullo’s cross from the left found Henrique on the top of the box and the Brazilian cut onto his left foot before shooting just wide.

    It was a sign of things to come as Antony Schiavo netted an equaliser just two minutes later.

    Henrique’s header from a Luke Brattan corner was cleared off the line but Brattan recollected the ball and sent in another dangerous ball which Michael Ryan headed onto the post. Adam Sarota couldn’t get a clean connection on the rebound but Schiavo was on hand to tap home from close range.

    Just after the half-hour mark the hosts went 2-1 up when Sarota played in Henrique with a deft through ball and the slippery winger calmly slid the ball past the goalkeeper.

    The AIS returned fire just minutes later. Ersin Kaya cut the ball back to Lokvancic but the striker mis-hit the shot and allowed Ryan to clear off the line before Patrick Dixon’s follow-up deflected wide.

    Roar took advantage of the missed opportunity and extended the lead just before the break when Tim Smits got on the end of an Henrique cross and put the ball in off the post.

    Henrique continued to terrorise the AIS defence after the break, latching on to a superb crossfield pass from Jordan Farina and side-footing the ball past Aaron Lennox in goal, only to be denied by the woodwork.

    The little Brazilian came close again on the hour mark, taking Brattan’s chip into the penalty area on his chest and volleying just past the near post, before making way for a well-earned rest.

    Roar showed no signs of slowing down as Tyler Thurtell unleashed a thunderbolt from outside the area which Lennox did well to reach, even if he could only push it onto the underside of the bar and in.

    With the points all but secured Brisbane began to enjoy themselves and Smits was unlucky not to add a fifth on 90 minutes, powering a close-range header straight at Lennox.

    The AIS countered through Aaron Peterson’s superb angled ball for John Martinoski but Matt Mundy halted the chance with a superb sliding challenge.

    Martinoski, however, got another chance at the death and took it emphatically, smashing the ball past Muir to give the AIS some consolation.

    source: theworldgame.com.au
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    Re: AIS National Youth League Team

    Post by JohnLovesCanberraUnited on Mon Oct 03, 2011 10:29 am

    does anyone know the draw for this season? im thinking of going to a couple of games to check it out.

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