U9 Green Ends Season on High Note: Omonia’s U9 Green team concluded the season with a standout performance, showcasing a blend of tactical awareness and technical skill. Facing formidable opponents, the boys executed the game plan meticulously, pressing hard and demonstrating bravery in their passing. Coaches Neil Golding and Alvin Doondeea praised the team’s progress and camaraderie, setting a positive tone for future tournaments and the upcoming season.

U15 White Secures Deserved Victory: Despite recent setbacks, Omonia’s U15 White team bounced back with a hard-fought 2-1 win. Captain Andre’s leadership and the team’s disciplined performance were instrumental in securing victory. Despite facing challenges and adversity, the players exhibited resilience and determination, highlighting their character and resolve. The first half saw an early lead through a poacher’s finish from Kordian, with Andre’s shot being spilled by the goalkeeper. Despite conceding from a direct free-kick, the team dominated possession and created numerous scoring opportunities. The second half mirrored the first in terms of intensity, with Omonia’s relentless pressure finally paying off with a scrappy finish from Andre after a clever cross by Nicholas. The victory was a testament to the team’s spirit and unity, with each player contributing to the hard-fought win. Coach Kyri Eleftheriou and Myri Demetriou praised the players’ perseverance and commitment, emphasising the importance of such victories in shaping their character and fostering a winning mentality.

Spring Cup semi final

Omonia u13 Greens 5
Borehamwood Knights 4
AET (4-4 at Full Time)

A very tight first half but the Greens went into the half time break 1 nil up. The game opened up a bit in the second half and before anyone knew it the Greens were ahead 3-1 and in control of the game.
Borehamwood had other ideas though and some sloppy defending let them back into the game….3 all.
A penalty was then awarded to Borehamwood which they converted to make it 4-3.
Final minute of the game and with the Greens pushing everyone forward were awarded a penalty themselves which was converted under huge pressure by Leo.
Extra time.
Few chances for both teams as neither wanted to make a mistake but a final push by the Greens in the last minute earnt a free kick just outside the box which was saved well by the keeper but Stef was there to knock in the rebound.
Absolute scenes once again.
Unbeaten in the League and in the Challenge and Spring Cup Finals. The treble is on.
Have won nothing yet but these boys deserve so much let’s hope for silverware this month!

Jack Markou
Proud u13 Greens manager

The weekend’s match reports reflect Omonia Youth FC’s unwavering commitment to excellence and development across all age groups. Despite facing challenges, the teams showcased resilience, teamwork, and skill, highlighting the club’s bright future. Omonia Youth FC continues to inspire young athletes and foster a culture of success and growth in the community.

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