On a cool and dry night, Fraser Park hosted Mounties in a round 6 match.
After a slow first half in which neither team threatened to score, it was Fraser Park who took the game to a new level
and created the better chances after the break.
As David Perkovic explained “We had a number of half chances but we struggled to find that final pass, in the last third. But having said that, there are definitely plenty of positives to come out of the game. We battled for the full ninety minutes, which we haven’t always done this year and we also kept our first clean sheet of the season.”
As far as the season goes so far, there is plenty to like, too.
“If you asked at the start of the year, that we would only have lost one game in six, I would have taken that. But we have high expectations of where we want to go and how we want to play, and we are trying to meet those expectations. It is not just about results, and if we concentrate on how we play and get that right, the results will look after themselves”.
So after a sluggish scoreless draw, the boys from Fraser Park travel to Spirit FC on Mother's Day.