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Spectacular night in Westfield FFA Cup
July 29, 2014
May 14, 2014
Traditional rivals Adelaide City and West Adelaide will face off for their place in the Westfield FFA Cup at the 2014 Coca-Cola Federation Cup Final on Saturday 31 May at Coopers Stadium.
West Adelaide claimed their place in the Final after defeating Western Strikers in the Semi Final 5-1 tonight in front of a strong crowd of 570 at Adelaide Shores Football Centre.
An own goal saw Western Strikers in front early in the match, however West Adelaide’s Riccardo Da Silva responded late in the first half tying up the score board at 1 a piece.
A Tom Briscoe goal shortly after half time gave the West Adelaide side a lead that extended only a few minutes later when team mate Nathan Andijanto netted another for the side.
Briscoe scored again to extend the lead, with Da Silva making it 5-1 in the final minutes of the match.
West Adelaide will join Adelaide City who secured their position in the Final following their 3-1 victory over Croydon Kings in the first Semi Final held the previous Wednesday.
Adelaide City’s Joel Allwright put two in the net in quick succession just after half time of the Semi Final, followed by team mate Nicholas Bucco adding another 1.
Croydon’s Rocco Visconte responded however it wasn’t enough to get the red and whites over the line.
The winner of the Coca-Cola Federation Cup will progress to the next stage of the Westfield FFA Cup – the Round of 32 to be played at the end of July.
The Coca-Cola Federation Cup Final will also include the U18 Competition with West Adelaide facing Campbelltown City and Adelaide Blue Eagles facing Adelaide Comets in the Reserves Competition.
Coca-Cola Federation Cup Final >
Saturday 31 May, Coopers Stadium Hindmarsh, gates open 9am
U18 – West Adelaide v Campbelltown City, KO 10:00am
Reserves – Adelaide Blue Eagles v Adelaide Comets, KO 12:30pm
Seniors – Adelaide City v West Adelaide, KO 3:00pm
Adults $10, Concession $5, U16 Free – Please note player passes are not accepted for entry to this match
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