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Five Goal Gully get double chance

A five goal blitz from the Green Gully Cavaliers secured third place for season 2010. It was the Melbourne Knights, relieved at having just survived one of the closest relegation battles in VPL history that let down their guard against a team itching for its first finals success in five …

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Knights to close season against Green Gully

The Melbourne Knights know they won’t be featuring in the finals this year, but the side will also travel to Green Gully Reserve just a 5km drive up Sunshine Avenue from Somers Street knowing that they are safe from relegation. The Knights are in ninth position on the table, on …

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Knights breathe easy after emphatic win

An inspired hat-trick from Melbourne Knights striker Kevin Townson, has secured a vital 4-2 victory over Northcote City at Knights stadium on Sunday afternoon, securing the Knights safety from the threat of relegation in the process. It was an emotionally charged match, with high stakes on the table for the …

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Knights smiling again after Bentleigh win

The Melbourne Knights have taken one massive step closer to playing in the Alanic Victorian Premier League next season after securing a vital three points over the Bentleigh Greens at Kingston Heath Soccer Complex on Friday night. A two-minute double salvo with goals from Thomas Skara and Adrian Zahra handed …

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Knights bad dream continues against Altona

The Melbourne Knights have not made their run home in the Victorian Premier League any easier after surrendering control of their match against fellow danger zone side the Altona Magic. The Knights kicked off well with experienced midfielder, captain and club legend Danny Tiatto marshalling the side into gear. The …

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Knights denied by Zois heroics

The Melbourne Knights have lost 3-0 against old National League rival South Melbourne at John Cain reserve in a match that could be described as absolutely luckless for the Knights. The match started off slowly in windswept and rainy conditions, with both sides trying their best to play an attractive …

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Liverpudlian keen to make his mark

Melbourne Knights will reignite its time-honoured rivalry with South Melbourne in the Victorian Premier League at John Cain Memorial Reserve in Thornbury on Sunday. The clubs need no introduction as pillars of the former National Soccer League. The Knights are two-time national champions with former Socceroos superstar Mark Viduka coming …

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Knights finals hopes dashed, relegation battle ensues

A five minute second half burst was enough to secure all three points and top spot on the Victorian Premier League ladder for the Oakleigh Cannons, after a come-from-behind 2-1 victory against the Melbourne Knights yesterday. The Knights got off to a flying start, with Jean-Charles Dubios got the Knights …

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Late Knights surge saves a point

A late Jacob Colosimo goal has cancelled out a fortunate goal from Jesse Krncevic for Richmond to salvage a point from Kevin Bartlett Reserve for the Knights. A slow start for the Knights resulted in sustained pressure from Richmond after the latter started the stronger of the two. Probing runs …

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