Pociatek Pohar - 15th October 2011

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Pociatek Pohar 2011

The 11th Pociatek Pohar was held on 15th October 2011 and despite the later being held in December, the sun was out with clear blue skies.

With 1 team pulling out last minute, it threw a bit of a spanner into the works with regards to the schedule and there was a bit of match rearranging and ultimately waiting for all group games to be completed. Few surprises in Group I as SEWS finished top of the pile and progressed direct through to the semi-finals thanks to the new tournament structure. IDS Scheer and Takeda securd the two quarter-final play-off berths while PSE-MCS were resigned to the 7th place play-off match while the tournament was over for 2 FC Tryskac who finished 9th.

In Group II new team Sfera won Group II with a game in hand due to the ruling that groups are decided on initially points secured and if teams are tied then the actual match between the two teams is used to decide the placings and in the event of a drawn match, then goal difference comes into the equation. Sfera then went on to lose heavily 5-0 in their last group game and although level on points with the Akkies, the former had a better goal difference while the latter argued the point that placings should be determined on goal difference. This shall be reviewed for 2012 with possible changes being implemented. With Sfera progressing through on the fasttrack to the semi-finals, the Akkies had to play-off in the quarter-finals along with 3rd placed TIP. With only 4 players in their squad, the Rebels played off against PSE-MCS for 7th place.

The 7th placed classification match was a close affair with PSE-MCS scoring the only goal of the game to edge out the Rebels who had battled valiantly all day with no substitutes.

Takeda beat the Akkies 2-0 in the first quarter-final play-off while TIP, growing in confidence won 3-1 against undefeated IDS Scheer. Takeda once again came up against SEWS in the semi and having drawn in the group stage 1-1, it was tight again in the semi with the match finishing 0-0. The match was decided by penalties and it was Takeda who arose victorious winning 2-1 going into their first final. In the other semi, TIP once again met Sfera; the former having beaten the latter 5-0 in the group found the semi a much tighter affair and again this match was scoreless with the game going to penalties. TIP won the coin toss and opted to go second. Sfera missed their first and Peter Tomlak scored for TIP. Sfera missed their second as did TIP so it was up to Sfera to score their next to stay in the match... they missed and TIP booked their place in the final.

For the first time in the history of the competition SEWS lost back to back games. Having been beaten by Takeda in the semi, they lost in the 3rd placed match as Sfera picked off a 2-0 win. TIP capped off a fine tournament by beating Takeda 3-0 in the final with goals from captain Ally Robinson and a double from unlikely hero Maros Madaj.

At the awards ceremony, Erik Pavelka from SEWS was presented with the golden boot award for his 5 goals. Karol Popovic collected the 3rd placed trophy for SEWS. Roman Slovinec picked up the 2nd placed award for Takeda. Maros Madaj collected the prizes for TIP.

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