Leader WV-HEDW also won the fourth game in the first division on Saturday. Zwaluwen ’30 was defeated 7-0 at home. Joost Heij scored four goals for WV-HEDW and the other goals were from Jack van Moerkerk, Steven Knijnenburg and Dirk van Driest. WV keeper Matthijs Kuiper saved another penalty. Both teams ended the game with ten men, because Rida Najib of WV-HEDW and Anthony Sabajo of Zwaluwen’30 received a red card. The chance that WV-HEDW will also win the fifth game, seems high in advance. The next adjacent one is the pointless gate closer Honselerdijk.
HBOK gave second class DVVA a beating in the derby on Saturday. It was 9-0 in Zunderdorp. Dennis Kaars (four Allon Koene (two), Davey Claus, Max Sajet and Mariano Olf completed the goals. HBOK, previously beaten FC Zaandam 10-2, is in second place in the ranking with ten points, two points less than leader OSV DVVA is sixth with six points.
AFC chokes on Jong Volendam
AFC lost to Jong Volendam in the second division. It was 3-1 at the Goed Enough sports park for the talents from the fishing village. Jong Volendam’s 2-0 was a blunder by AFC goalkeeper Patrick Zonneveld. He saw a seemingly tenable shot go through his hands into the goal. Raily Ignacio scored the goal for AFC, who is in second place in the second division with seven points less than leader Katwijk.
OFC remains the leader in Sunday’s third division. The club from Oostzaan narrowly beat Blauw Geel ’38 in Veghel. Niels Springer (two) and Abdel Malek el Hasnaoui perfect goals for OFC. JOS Watergraafsmeer seems to drop out in the battle at the top. Groene Ster was too strong in Limburg with 1-0. JOS drops to tenth place due to the defeat with ten points from nine games. OFC already has twelve points more.
De Dijk drew 0-0 against league-leader Urk in Saturday’s main division B. The division of points was not undeserved, although De Dijk got away well twice when Urk hit the trellis. In the same class, Swift won 5-2 against ONS Sneek. Daan Driever (two), Noa Benninga, Jose Barbosa Nhoca and Mex Bakker completed the goals for Swift who is in seventh place. De Dijk is the number fourteen.
The hockey players of Amsterdam have again lost points in the women’s main division. The team did not go further than 1-1 at home against HDM. Filiz Tuzgöl scored the goal for Amsterdam, which has already lost seven points in the first seven league matches. Hurley’s women played out at Orange-Red with a 2-2 draw. Laura van Heugten and Fleur Loomans scored the goals for Hurley. Pinoké won by goals in the first 25 minutes against Kelly Hoyng-Jonker, Stella van Gils and Kari Stam against 3-0 against Klein Zwitserland. Amsterdam is in third place this weekend, Pinoké is fifth and Hurley is in second place.
Pinoké takes victory in final seconds
The hockey players of Pinoké have achieved a tight 2-1 at Orange-Red. Dennis Warmerdam’s winning goal came only a few seconds before time. Pinoké’s other goal was from Miles Bukkens. The men of Amsterdam were at home by goals from Trent Mitton and Brent van Bijnen 2-0 too strong for Rotterdam. Amsterdam is in second place with thirteen points from seven games. Pinoké is seventh with one point less. Closer Hurley is still waiting for the first point of the season after seven games. SCHC was too strong in Bilthoven with 3-2. Deegan Huisman scored the goals for Hurley.