Slice of Cheese

Riverside v Glenorchy Knights

Saturday 9 March, 4:00pm, Windsor Park

Live Blog Coverage From Jesse Hudson

 Shots On
 Shots Off

Full time Riverside Olympic 1 – 5 Glenorchy Knights

90’ Hill makes a save at the near post after Kashida shoots from the corner.

77’ GOAL! 5-1. ‘The Difference’ Will Coert scores Riverside’s debut NPL goal.

66’ Slice of cheese for Prince

63’ GOAL! 5-0. Stuart rockets one into the crossbar and Naden is there to clean up the crumbs.

53’ GOAL! 4-0. Naden scores another

52’ The cross comes in and Jones heads it towards goal. It looks destined for the net but it’s denied by Nester.

50’ GOAL! 3-0. Bad pass out of the back by Olner and won back by Brown who squares it to Naden who then slots it past Hill.

Second half is underway

Half time Riverside 0 – 2 Glenorchy Knights

45’ Massive double save from Hill! He deflects Naden’s shot away. Naden crosses it back in where his teammate has an open tap in that looks destined to send the visitors 3-0 up. However, Hill scurries back to grab it on the line.

44’ Riverside with a great opportunity on the break but Campbell overhits the pass.

42’ OWN GOAL! 2-0 Knights. The shot gets deflected in off Davis

36’ Campbell slips as he takes the free kick. His teammate manages to get a head on it but it’s way off target

32’ Hill is keeping his team in this. Another brilliant save tipping the ball over the bar.

32’ Slice of cheese for Brown

29’ James is through on goal but his shot curls away and out for a goal kick.

28’ Slice of cheese for Jones.

18’ James finished some excellent link up play with a sublime cross. The resulting header forces a brilliant save from Hill to force a corner.

12’ GOAL! 1-0 to the Knights. The cross comes in and Naden heads it past Hill who was rooted to the spot.

5’ Brown gets the first shot of the game for the Knights but is saved comfortably by Hill.

4’ Campbell gets put through on goal but is offside by a fair way.

Kick off – We’re underway at Windsor Park


Glenorchy Knights

Riverside Olympic

Just an hour away from kick off at Windsor Park. Riverside get their debut NPL Tasmania season underway against ample opposition in the Glenorchy Knights, who make their first appearance in Tasmania’s top flight since 2015. The Knights have made some serious improvements both on and off the pitch since their last state league campaign, so it will be a very interesting campaign for them.

The winners of the Northern Championship vs the winners of the Southern Championship go head-to-head in their first games of the new NPL Tas season. Who will take the early advantage?