2009–10 A-League National Youth League

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A-League National Youth League 2009–10
League A-League National Youth League 2009–10
Sport Association football
Duration 2009 – 2010
Number of teams 9
A-League National Youth League season
Champions Gold Coast United
Premiers Central Coast Mariners
Top scorer

Chris Harold (16 goals)

Francesco Monterosso (17 goals) (A League contracted player)
A-League National Youth League seasons

The 2009–10 A-League National Youth League season was the second season of the Australian A-League National Youth League soccer competition. Like the previous season, the season ran alongside the 2009–10 A-League season. The 2009–10 season saw an expansion to nine teams with newcomers Gold Coast United and Australian Institute of Sport.[1]

Regular season[edit]

League table[edit]

Pos Team Pld W D L GF GA GD Pts Qualification
1 Central Coast Mariners Academy 24 12 8 4 48 34 +14 44 Qualification to Finals Series
2 Perth Glory Youth 24 13 4 7 39 35 +4 43
3 Adelaide United Youth 24 10 10 4 50 37 +13 40
4 Gold Coast United Youth (C) 24 10 9 5 54 37 +17 39
5 Sydney FC Youth 24 11 6 7 43 33 +10 39
6 Melbourne Victory Youth 24 7 8 9 36 37 −1 29
7 Newcastle Jets Youth 24 8 3 13 36 48 −12 27
8 Brisbane Roar Youth 24 5 5 14 38 58 −20 20
9 AIS Football Program 24 3 5 16 32 57 −25 14
Updated to match(es) played on 7 March 2010. Source:
Rules for classification: 1) points; 2) goal difference; 3) number of goals scored.
(C) Champion.


Home and away season[edit]

The 2009–10 A-League National Youth League season was played over 27 rounds, followed by a finals series.[2]

Round 1[edit]





Round 2[edit]


18 September 2009
Brisbane Roar 3 – 1 Perth Glory
Hesketh Goal 9' (o.g.)
McVey Goal 43'68'
Report[7] Boi Goal 13'
Goodwin Park

18 September 2009
Adelaide United 3 – 3 Melbourne Victory
Wooding Goal 23'
Allwright Goal 51'
Shin Goal 72'
Report[8] Behich Goal 34'
Demo Goal 83'
Pace Goal 90+3'

19 September 2009
Central Coast Mariners 3 – 3 Gold Coast United
Kwasnik Goal 21'
Nikas Goal 38'90+2' (pen.)
Report[9] Way Goal 9'
Harold Goal 54'69'

20 September 2009
Sydney FC 2 – 0 Newcastle Jets
Bulut Goal 71' (pen.)85' (pen.) Report[10]

Round 3[edit]



26 September 2009
Brisbane Roar 0 – 2 Sydney FC
Report[12] Bulut Goal 41'50'
Goodwin Park

26 September 2009
Australian Institute of Sport 1 – 4 Adelaide United
Antonis Goal 32' Report[13] Barbiero Goal 45+2'
Milovanovic Goal 62'
Kostopolous Goal 74'
Francis Goal 76'
AIS Athletics Track

27 September 2009
Gold Coast United 1 – 1 Melbourne Victory
Harold Goal 52' Report[14] Dugandžić Goal 17'
Southport Tigers

Round 4[edit]



3 October 2009
Sydney FC 1 – 3 Central Coast Mariners
Chianese Goal 2' Report[16] Cahill Goal 42'
Mallia Goal 47'
Nikas Goal 51'
Seymour Shaw Park

4 October 2009
Melbourne Victory 1 – 1 Brisbane Roar
Behich Goal 25' Report[17] Bratten Goal 74'
Veneto Club
Attendance: 366

Round 5[edit]


9 October 2009
Brisbane Roar 2 – 2 Gold Coast United
McVey Goal 53'
Farina Goal 77'
Report[19] Barisic Goal 5'8'
Goodwin Park


10 October 2009
Melbourne Victory 0 – 1 Sydney FC
Report[21] Bulut Goal 87'
Veneto Club

10 October 2009
Central Coast Mariners 2 – 2 Australian Institute of Sport
Mrdja Goal 35'
Nikas Goal 44'
Report[22] Babalj Goal 40'42'
Pluim Park

Round 6[edit]



17 October 2009
Gold Coast United 4 – 0 Perth Glory
Mebrahtu Goal 13'
Barisic Goal 57'
Halloran Goal 75'
Anderson Goal 85'
Report[24]
Southport Tigers


Round 7[edit]



24 October 2009
Australian Institute of Sport 3 – 4 Perth Glory
Babalj Goal 16' Goal 18'
Matrinovski Goal 75'
Report[28] Vittiglia Goal 61' Goal 69' Goal 90+4'
Boi Goal 79'
McKellar Park

24 October 2009
Sydney FC 5 – 0 Brisbane Roar
Payne Goal 23' Goal 35' Goal 65'
Bulut Goal 29'
Chianese Goal 75'
Report[29]
Seymour Shaw Park

25 October 2009
Melbourne Victory 2 – 0 Adelaide United
Elasi Goal 32' Goal 61' Report[30]
Veneto Club

Round 8[edit]



1 November 2009
Central Coast Mariners 2 – 1 Adelaide United
Nikas Goal 30' (pen.)
Forber Goal 88'
Report[32] M. Mullen Goal 22'
McKellar Park

1 November 2009
Gold Coast United 2 – 1 Australian Institute of Sport
Bevan Goal 43'
Harold Goal 68'
Report[33] Babalj Goal 27'
Southport Tigers

Round 9[edit]



8 November 2009
Melbourne Victory 4 – 1 Central Coast Mariners
Elasi Goal 41' Goal 80' Goal 83'
Behich Goal 77'
Report[36] Nikas Goal 64' (pen.)
Veneto Club

8 November 2009
Gold Coast United 2 – 0 Sydney FC
Jefferson Goal 8'
Barisić Goal 39'
Report[37]
Owen Park

Round 10[edit]


13 November 2009
Newcastle Jets 0 – 2 Gold Coast United
Report[39] Minniecon Goal 38'50'
Adamstown Oval



15 November 2009
Perth Glory 0 – 3 Melbourne Victory
Report[42] Kruse Goal 28'33'
Elasi Goal 72'
Clipsal Stadium
Referee: Steven Gregory

Round 11[edit]




22 November 2009
Perth Glory 3 – 2 Sydney FC
Dadi Goal 20'29'
Evans Goal 80'
Report[45] Payne Goal 38'64'

Round 12[edit]


28 November 2009
Central Coast Mariners 0 – 1 Perth Glory
Report[47] Dadi Goal 77'
Pluim Park

29 November 2009
Australian Institute of Sport 0 – 2 Adelaide United
Report[48] M. Mullen Goal 57'
Hamill Goal 72' (o.g.)
AIS Athletics Track

29 November 2009
Melbourne Victory 0 – 5 Gold Coast United
Report[49] Barisic Goal 25'
Halloran Goal 58'
Harold Goal 73'77'
Russell Goal 90+2'
Veneto Club

29 November 2009
Sydney FC 1 – 3 Newcastle Jets
Jurman Goal 32' Report[50] Simic Goal 1'
Naidovski Goal 55'
Golec Goal 70' (o.g.)

Round 13[edit]


4 December 2009
Adelaide United 5 – 2 Newcastle Jets
Shin Goal 18'
Monterosso Goal 22'40'
Mullen Goal 31' (pen.)
Allwright Goal 90+2'
Report[51] Hoffman Goal 63'
Munro Goal 90+4' (o.g.)


5 December 2009
Perth Glory 3 – 2 Brisbane Roar
Dadi Goal 45'
Trefiro Goal 47'
Boi Goal 64'
Report[53] Vrbesic Goal 47'
McVey Goal 56'
Clipsal Stadium
Referee: Peter Chapman

5 December 2009
Gold Coast United 2 – 5 Central Coast Mariners
Lustica Goal 70'
Harold Goal 73'
Report[54] Macallister Goal 19'
Nikas Goal 29' (pen.)
Lewis Goal 58'
Huke Goal 63'
Ormsby Goal 78'
Southport Tigers
Referee: Alan Milliner

Round 14[edit]


11 December 2009
Newcastle Jets 2 – 2 Gold Coast United
Pavlovic Goal 14'
Mooy Goal 70'
Report[55] Traore Goal 48'
Wearing Goal 85'
Adamstown Oval
Referee: Stuart Wolfe


13 December 2009
Australian Institute of Sport 0 – 2 Perth Glory
Report[57] Mitchinson Goal 28'
Marcinko Goal 78' (pen.)
AIS Athletics Track
Referee: Chris Boyle

Round 15 (Midweek Round)[edit]




14 January 2010
Gold Coast United 2 – 1 Newcastle Jets
Lustica Goal 20'62' Report[61] Hoffman Goal 5'
Southport Tigers
Referee: Jarred Gillett

19 January 2010
Adelaide United 2 – 1 Perth Glory
Monterosso Goal 80'90' Report[62] Amphlett Goal 57'

Round 16[edit]


18 December 2009
Newcastle Jets 3 – 1 Australian Institute of Sport
Hoffman Goal 17'
Pavlovic Goal 19'20'
Report[63] Warren Goal 45'
Adamstown Oval

19 December 2009
Central Coast Mariners 4 – 3 Brisbane Roar
Crowell Goal 23'
Mrdja Goal 38'65'
Brady Smith Goal 45+1'
Report[64] Bratten Goal 34'
Dougall Goal 52'
Vrbesic Goal 90+1'

19 December 2009
Gold Coast United 0 – 1 Perth Glory
Report[65] Tyson Goal 26' (o.g.)
Southport Tigers

Round 17[edit]


26 December 2009
Perth Glory 4 – 0 Newcastle Jets
Boi Goal 43'
Trifiro Goal 52'68'
Vittiglia Goal 63'
Report[67]

27 December 2009
Australian Institute of Sport 0 – 2 Melbourne Victory
Report[68] Theodore Goal 30'
Behich Goal 32' (pen.)
AIS Athletics Track
Referee: Gary Vandeburgt

27 December 2009
Sydney FC 3 – 1 Adelaide United
Bulut Goal 34'65'
Rhyan Grant Goal 73'
Report[69] Monterosso Goal 45'

27 December 2009
Gold Coast United 5 – 1 Brisbane Roar
Barisic Goal 30'88' (pen.)
Satake Goal 35'
Brown Goal 38'
Harold Goal 77'
Report[70] Quinn Goal 58'
Southport Tigers

Round 18[edit]


2 January 2010
Melbourne Victory 0 – 2 Newcastle Jets
Report[71] Angel Goal 53'
Iacovelli Goal 82'
Veneto Club

2 January 2010
Australian Institute of Sport 0 – 2 Brisbane Roar
Report[72] Cernak Goal 13'55'
AIS Athletics Track

3 January 2010
Central Coast Mariners 0 – 1 Perth Glory
Report[73] Jukic Goal 16'
Pluim Park

3 January 2010
Gold Coast United 4 – 3 Sydney FC
Harrold Goal 22'
Way Goal 85'
Minniecon Goal 86'
Mebrahtu Goal 90+3'
Report[74] Petratos Goal 24'
Bulut Goal 60'
Gibbs Goal 74'
Southport Tigers

Round 19[edit]


8 January 2010
Newcastle Jets 0 – 0 Melbourne Victory
Report[75]
Adamstown Oval


9 January 2010
Perth Glory 3 – 3 Sydney FC
Fondyke Goal 45'
Taggart Goal 64'
Trifiro Goal 75'
Report[77] McGowan Goal 8'
Ramsay Goal 47'85'
Dorrien Gardens

10 January 2010
Gold Coast United 0 – 2 Adelaide United
Report[78] M. Mullen Goal 2' (pen.)
Monterosso Goal 45'
Southport Tigers

Round 20[edit]



16 January 2010
Sydney FC 3 – 1 Gold Coast United
Casey Goal 37'
Ramsay Goal 55'
Bulut Goal 77'
Report[80] Harold Goal 50'
Cromer Park


17 January 2010
Brisbane Roar 2 – 1 Newcastle Jets
Smits Goal 73'81' Report[82] Pavlovic Goal 21'

Round 21[edit]



23 January 2009
Newcastle Jets 1 – 1 Sydney FC
Iacovelli Goal 81' Report[84] Ramsay Goal 3'
Adamstown Oval

24 January 2009
Australian Institute of Sport 1 – 2 Brisbane Roar
Amini Goal 32' Report[85] Smits Goal 54'
Mundy Goal 89'
AIS Athletics Track

Round 22[edit]


30 January 2010
Gold Coast United 2 – 2 Melbourne Victory
Harold Goal 55'
Barisic Goal 63'
Report[87] Demo Goal 40'
Behich Goal 62'
Southport Tigers

30 January 2010
Australian Institute of Sport 2 – 1 Newcastle Jets
Ibrahim Goal 6' Goal 74' Report[88] Regan Goal 45'
Deakin Football Stadium

30 January 2010
Perth Glory 2 – 3 Central Coast Mariners
Jelic Goal 8'
Evans Goal 58'
Report[89] Macallister Goal 57'
Nikas Goal 77'
Ibini-Isei Goal 85'
Dorrien Gardens

31 January 2010
Brisbane Roar 1 – 2 Sydney FC
Smits Goal 90+5' Report[90] Justin Hayward Goal 10'
Ramsay Goal 59'
Ballymore Stadium
Referee: Matthew Skinner

Round 23[edit]



6 February 2010
Adelaide United 4 – 4 Brisbane Roar
Wright Goal 5'
Rayney Goal 27'
Kostopoulos Goal 47'
Monterosso Goal 64'
Report[92] McVey Goal 62' Goal 90'
Brattan Goal 66' Goal 90'


Round 24[edit]


12 February 2010
Newcastle Jets 2 – 5 Adelaide United
Sim Goal 5' (pen.)
Naidovski Goal 69' (pen.)
Report[95] Monterosso Goal 12'90'
Sarkies Goal 15'
Kostopoulos Goal 29'48'

13 February 2010
Australian Institute of Sport 1 – 1 Gold Coast United
Domenici Goal 39' Report[96] Bevan Goal 89'
AIS Athletics Track
Referee: David Vandeburgt


14 February 2010
Perth Glory 2 – 1 Brisbane Roar
Jukic Goal 29'
Jelic Goal 79'
Report[98] Smits Goal 81'
Dorrien Gardens

Round 25[edit]


19 February 2010
Brisbane Roar 2 – 2 Gold Coast United
McVey Goal 30'
Bratten Goal 50'
Report[99] Harold Goal 56'82'


20 February 2010
Australian Institute of Sport 1 – 3 Sydney FC
Barker-Daish Goal 86' Report[101] Chianese Goal 21'
Ramsay Goal 53'
Petratos Goal 83'
AIS Athletics Track

Round 26[edit]


27 February 2010
Melbourne Victory 6 – 1 Brisbane Roar
Sweeney Goal 39'
Dugandžić Goal 48'88'
StirtonGoal 58'75'
Ferreira Goal 86'
Report[103] Bratten Goal 34' (pen.)

27 February 2010
Gold Coast United 5 – 0 Australian Institute of Sport
Halloran Goal 8'54'
Osman Goal 12'15'
Harold Goal 58'
Report[104]
Southport Tigers

27 February 2010
Sydney FC 3 – 3 Adelaide United
Ramsay Goal 26' (pen.)28'
Chianese Goal 40'
Report[105] Monterosso Goal 13'
Milovanovic Goal 77' (pen.)
Owusu Goal 87'
Cromer Park

27 February 2010
Central Coast Mariners 3 – 2 Newcastle Jets
Crowell Goal 9'
Fitzgerald Goal 69'
Ibini-Isei Goal 76'
Report[106] Iacovelli Goal 44'
Brosque Goal 49'
Pluim Park

Round 27[edit]


6 March 2010
Central Coast Mariners 0 – 0 Sydney FC
Report[107]
Pluim Park

6 March 2010
Perth Glory 2 – 3 Newcastle Jets
Amphlett Goal 68'75' Report[108] Ross Goal 17'
Iacovelli Goal 19'
Fondyke Goal 44' (o.g.)
Clipsal Stadium

7 March 2010
Australian Institute of Sport 5 – 1 Melbourne Victory
Ibrahim Goal 17'
Davison Goal 43'
Becket Goal 68'
Stanojevic Goal 71'
Edwards Goal 90'
Report[109] Elasi Goal 42'
AIS Athletics Track

Semi finals[edit]

13 March 2010
Central Coast Mariners 1 – 3 Gold Coast United
Nikas Goal 30' (Pen.) Report[111] Wearing Goal 1'
Halloran Goal 4'
Harold Goal 83'
Pluim Park

14 March 2010
Perth Glory 1 – 0 Adelaide United
Trifiro Goal 23' Report[112]
Clipsal Stadium

Grand final[edit]

Leading scorers[edit]

Total Player Team Goals per Round
 1   2   3   4   5   6   7   8   9  10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27
17 Australia Francesco Monterosso Adelaide United 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 2 1 1 1 1 2 1
14 Australia Chris Harold Gold Coast United 2 1 1 2 1 1 1 1 1 2 1
13 Australia Kerem Bulut Sydney FC 2 2 1 1 1 1 1 2 1 1
12 Australia Panni Nikas Central Coast Mariners 2 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1
11 Australia Andrew Barisić Gold Coast United 1 2 1 1 1 1 2 1 1
10 Australia Nathan Elasi Melbourne Victory 2 3 1 1 1 1 1
9 Australia Eli Babalj Australian Institute of Sport 2 2 2 1 2
Australia Tim Smits Brisbane Roar 1 1 1 1 2 1 1 1
8 Australia Kamal Ibrahim Australian Institute of Sport 1 2 2 2 1

  Goal scored from penalty kick       Two goals scored from penalty kick    

Awards[edit]

See also[edit]

Notes[edit]

  1. ^ Originally to be played on 6 February but rescheduled due to drenched pitch caused by heavy rain.

References[edit]

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