Date Time Competition Season Full Time
30 Oct 2016 10:30 am Division 2 2016-17 90'


Team1st Half2nd HalfGoalsOutcome
Dinamo Dorigo101Loss
Philippine FC235Win

Dinamo Dorigo

# Player Position M.O.M. Goals Assists Yellow Cards Red Cards
1Scott WoodsGoalkeeper00000
4Tom BarkworthDefender00000
5Joe KnoxDefender00000
11Alex WalkerMidfielder11000
12Aamir SaifuddinMidfielder00000
16Liam MurrayMidfielder00000
17James WestMidfielder00000
19Dominic CarterForward00000
23Olly WalkerForward00000
30Dan SavigarMidfielder00000
31Jack WainDefender00000
 Total 11000

Philippine FC

# Player Position M.O.M. Goals Assists Yellow Cards Red Cards
1Engel CepilloGoalkeeper00000
3Cliff Gay-yaDefender00000
4Danny BlairDefender00000
5Sean VahdatDefender01000
6Jeffrey BurginDefender11000
7Rommel OngcoyDefender00000
9Jesse ArroyoDefender01000
10Eddie GuevarraMidfielder00200
11Ishan Al-ThamirMidfielder01100
15Robert DePeazerMidfielder01100
19Graeme RyanForward00000
21Haseeb MajeedForward00000
23Richie CaparrosForward00000
 Total 15400
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Marian Puscoci


Dinamo Dorigo  1-5  Philippine FC

Match Summary: (Dinamo Dorigo)

A really disappointing last 15 minutes for Dorigo unfairly coloured the score line here. Dorigo grew into the first half and stole a goal, perhaps against the run of play, when Olly Walker flicked on a long ball to Alex Walker, who knocked the ball over an outstretched defender’s challenge before invoking Paulo di Canio with a scissored finish. A dab inevitably followed. Unfortunately he then missed two more simple chances- one an open goal, and the other a one-on-one with the keeper. Dorigo’s confidence was building though with some neat link up play in midfield.

This confidence took a knock when Philippines equalised with a long range stunner, the ball drifting over Scott Woods from a 30 yard effort. They then nicked the lead with the last touch before half time with a scrappy corner goal.

In the second half Dorigo pushed hard for a goal, with Olly Walker coming closest when, having beaten a man taking the ball down on his chest, a left footed strike cannoned off the inside of the post. Five minutes later, Philippines again scored from a scrappy corner. What followed was uncomfortable for any Dorigo fan (if such a thing exists) to accept- two more goals coming in quick succession, one straight from the kickoff with the Philippines CM dancing around four players before smashing the ball into the top corner.

The score line was perhaps unfair on Dorigo but the end of the second half was one to forget. Honourable mentions to Dan Savigar who put in an assured right wing performance in his debut game, and Oscar Hardy who braved the fog with a bolt in his arm to cheer us on.

Alex Walker, Dinamo Dorigo

Match Summary: (Philippine FC)

Philippine FC extend their unbeaten run in Division 2 as they put 5 past Dinamo Dorigo in a foggy hit Marshes.

It was a slow start for PFC as the home side took the lead after a loose ball found its way to Dinamos striker and volleyed home.  PFC couldn’t wake up after that goal and could have been two down, as a communication error at the back and a slip as a loose ball fell to their forward only to shoot wide.

Philippine finally got into their stride with a string of passes before Ishan Al-Thamir‘s screamer from 30 yards out found the back of the net to equalise. PFC then took the lead with virtually the last touch of the half as Eddie Guevarra‘s whipping corner found Jeff Burgin’s head.

At the start of the second half, both teams had chances with the better of them coming from Dinamo hitting the post. A flurry of goals by PFC came in the last fifteen minutes of the game, with another set piece and Sean Vahdat getting on the score sheet as Dinamo scrambled to clear the ball.

A few minutes later, center-mid Rob DePeazer‘s solo run in the middle of the park saw his effort pass a hapless keeper. Jesse Arroyo topped off the match with a goal just outside the box.

Our Man-of-the-Match was Jeff Burgin

  — Franz RJ Matias, Philippine FC