Pociatek Pohar - 14th September 2013

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Pociatek Pohar 2013

With only 8 teams competing in this year's tournament due to last minute withdrawals from Sfera and three times winners and holders TIP, the tournament format was adapted and with two groups of 4, only the top two would make it through to the knock-out rounds.

In Group I, the spoils were shared between Wilderness and Takeda in their opening match drawing 0-0, while IDS Scheer ran riot against tournament favourites SEWS winning 4-0! SEWS restored faith in their next encounter by winning 3-0 against old rivals Wilderness while IDS Scheer continued to bang the goals in winning 5-0 against last year's runners-up Takeda! IDS completed the group with a third win against Wilderness winning 4-2 and were looking like the team to beat. SEWS joined IDS into the semis by beating Nycomed 3-0.

In Group II, PSE-MCS got off to a good start by beating newcomers FC Economist 3-1, while the match between Rebels FC and 2 FC Tryskac ended in a 1-1 draw; the latter going ahead to a bizarre own-goal by new signing Al Robinson. However, his blushes were spared as Majo Godor scored a last minute penalty as Robo Trneny handled on the line. PSE-MCS beat the Rebels in their next match winning 1-0 from an excellent long-range effort by Martin Trello which found its way past unsighted Palo Bzdusek on the line. 2 FC Tryskac comforatbly beat FC Economist 4-0. The final round of games saw PSE-MCS beat 2 FC Tryskac meaning Rebels FC needed to score at least 4 goals against FC Economist to qualify. Al Robinson scored first before the floodgates opened and Majo Godor and Dusan Gogal both scored hat-tricks for the Rebels to win 7-0!

The Plate! Wilderness edged out FC Economist 4-2 to win a spot in the Plate final, while Takeda and 2 FC Tryskac played out an amazing 5-5 draw in the other semi. 2 FC Tryskac won in the resulting penalties to send Takeda home bruised and battered. FC Economist were awarded a 3-0 to take 7th place. Playing for a 6-pack of beer, the stakes were high and both sides gave it their all. Goals from Vlado Henzel, Robery Trneny and a brace from Jaro Kovac sealed a 4-2 win!

The Cup! Majo Godor put the Rebels 1-0 in the cup semis and it looked like they might clinch a final spot for the first time, but IDS Scheer played the ball around well and picked off an equaliser. IDS Scheer had further chances to snatch the win, but it remained 1-1 and the match was decided by penalties. All six opening penalties were missed and it was IDS Scheer who scored first in sudden-death. The Rebels were unable to score from the spot on their 4th attempt and so IDS Scheer went through to the final. SEWS won their semi in much more comfortable fashion winning 3-0 against PSE-MCS. So the Rebels once again met PSE-MCS while IDS Scheer were paired off with SEWS in the final. The Rebels scored a flurry of goals in the second half to win 4-1 with Majo Godor bagging a hat-trick and amassing 8 goals to claim the coveted top goal scorer award. In the final, IDS Scheer took the lead through Andrej Grom. However, SEWS began to mount lots of pressure in search of an equalier and it came when Vlado Ondrusek scored to the delight of his team-mates. The score remained that way and another match was settled by penalties. Both teams scored 1 from 3 but it was SEWS that scored the sudden death penalty to win their 4th tournment!

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