Div 2 – Match 3 – 2013/14 – GFC United Lions

The Fury finally found their scoring touch this weekend with a 5-0 thumping of GFC United Lions on Saturday at Memorial Turf South.

After a somewhat shaky start, the team in blue began to control the play and create chances. With only 2 goals in 2 games, it was necessary that they start to take advantage of scoring opportunities. Striker Cougny got them off the mark after a through ball played him in on a breakaway. He neatly tucked in under the keeper and put the Fury up by 1. Not too long after, they went up 2 on a brilliant team goal that saw a nice ball played into Cougny in the 18 yard box, who layed it off for an oncoming Arceneaux who side footed it past a outstretched keeper into the upper right part of the net. Arceneaux had redeemed himself after missing a chance earlier with his weaker left foot on a shot from a similar position. On another nice team play 10 minutes after that, he had another chance on his right foot again, but missed a nicely placed shot just wide. A first half hat trick and Fury scoring lead could of been his. Five minutes before half, it was 3-0 after Atkinson, who beat the offside trap, played a square ball into italian striker Pace, who had time to collect the ball and read a newspaper before slotting it past the keeper.

A comfortable lead at half time meant the hair dryer was unnecessary for the team talk from the coach. The instructions were to continue pressing.

With the Lions tiring, it was all the well conditioned Rinos after the break.   A few new substitutions were introduced which added to the offensive game plan that was causing the Lions all sorts of problems. 10 minutes into the half, Pace got his second of the game, who was johnny on the spot with another cross into the box that was easily put home. A few nice saves from the Lions keeper kept the game from becoming a blowout, including a spectacular one on Hanson’s “Bread n Butter” outside of the foot curler on a free kick from about 25 yards.

Substitute Kaplan brought new life into the game with a second half appearance that produced  the goal of the game. In the 65th minute, a ball was played into Kaplan just outside of the 18. A nice turn and a wonderous curving left footed shot from the right side found it’s way off the post and into the net, showing off his ambidextrous abilities. A number of chances went begging after that, keeping the score in single digits. Once again, the opposition were limited to a few half chances which caused little problems for keeper Verbeek, picking up his second clean sheet of the year, thanks to a solid back line. A hard, encouraging 90 minutes were played out that should breed confidence for the Fury going forward into the next games this season.

Goal of the Match: Max Kaplan

Team: Verbeek, Jefford (Hawkins), Hanson, O’Carroll, Gazin (Orech), Atkinson, Arceneaux, Wilhelm, Bradbury(Shih), Pace (Crowe), Cougny (Kaplan)

Goals:  Cougny, Arceneaux, Pace (2), Kaplan

Assists: Cougny, Pace, Hawkins, Shih, Atkinson

The next match against FC Romania will be played Sunday September 29th @ 4pm, Point Grey Turf.

Div 2 Match 2 2013/14 – Caspian FC

Rino’s Fury 1 – 0 Caspian FC

In the second match of the season, Rino’s Fury faced Div 2 debutantes Caspian FC, who’s staunch defending proved a tough nut to crack.  Eventually a fine bit of service from Rino’s new-boy Diego Marchi was spectacularly finished by Ian Solven to give Rino’s the all important 3 points.

The match began with the Fury boys dominating possession.  Caspian it seemed were content to play with 11 men behind the ball, waiting for an opportunity on the counter.  The centre back pairing of O’Carroll and Hanson were again dominant in the air, limiting the Caspian forays forward which were often based on a long ball to chase.  In fact the only chance Caspian had in the first half came from an errant goal kick by goalkeeper Verbeek who was clearly put off by the paparazzi filming his every move.  Fortunately for him the Caspian forward spared his blushes by missing the net with his strike that was a good 10 feet wide.  Rino’s most notable chance came on a well worked move up the left side of the pitch.  The ball was pulled back towards the top of the penalty area and a low drive from Wilhelm was smartly saved by the Caspian keeper.  Despite the dominance in possession which was roughly 70-30 in favour of the home side, they lacked the cutting edge and came off the pitch at half time with the scores knotted at 0-0.

A shift in formation saw Rino’s return to the pitch for the second half in a 4-4-2 and instructions from the manager to focus on wing play and a focus on attacking the far post.  Substitutions saw the introduction of Diego Marchi and Emmanuel Orech, both who would play key roles in the remainder of the match.  In fact, it took less than 15 minutes for Marchi to make his impact as he whipped a cross towards the far post that striker Ian Solven powered into the net beyond the bewildered Caspian keeper.  With the deadlock finally broken, Caspian began to throw men forward and space began to open up on the field.  A fine throughball found Orech in behind the Caspian defence, but in rounding the keeper his touch was heavy and it was all he could do to keep the ball from crossing the endline, nevermind getting a sight of the gaping net.  A Caspain free kick from 35 yards was driven towards the top corner, and Verbeek did well to catch and hold it.  The teams traded chances again as a Caspian corner kick was headed at the near post, deflected by Verbeek, and cleared off the line by Orech.  Shortly after that a Rino’s counter attack saw substitute Crowe running at the Caspian defence and taken down by their last man just outside the penalty area.  The referee however only opted to issue a caution to the Caspian defender and Rino’s attempt at the free kick was wasted.  Rino’s then held firm for the remaining minutes and celebrated their first victory and clean sheet of the season.

Man of the Match: Keith O’Carroll

Team:  Verbeek, Gazin, Hanson, O’Carroll, Hawkins (Marchi), Wilhelm, Sanders (Arceneaux), Cougny (Crowe), Pace (Orech), Bradbury, Solven (Packham)

Goals: Ian Solven

Assists: Diego Marchi

Div 2 – Match 1 – 2013/14 – NK Hrvat

Rino’s Fury 1 – NK Hrvat -1

The much anticipated 2013/14 season kicked off Saturday with an afternoon fixture away to NK Hrvat at Memorial Turf. The newly demoted Div 1 side would prove to be a good first test for the Fury. With a tough pre-season camp and a few new international DP additions to the squad (Keith O’Carroll, Guy Packham and Diego Marchi), the team looked to improve on last years season and challenge for promotion once again . First teamer, Brent Hanson also joined the squad after long-term injury struggles held him out of action last season, no doubt bolstering the Fury back line this year. A couple of missing players this year were stand out winger, Francois Clark, defender Evan Jones and last years captain, Vincent Martin, definitely leaving a hole to fill for this years squad.

The game got underway with a strong start by the Fury, showing early signs of composure, hustle and a team-first mentality, putting NK Hrvat on the backheel. A few decent chances were created, but the Fury were unable to capitalize on them. Strong defensive play, left Hrvat with little, opportunity to create anything dangerous going forward. In the 30th minute, Fury midfielder Francarlos Leon was given a (questionable) straight red after a coming together in the Hrvat 6 yard box. A man down with an hour to go would be a tough test to start the season for any team, but this only seemed to spark the Fury into action. A physical game continued into half time with a 0-0 scoreline.

NK Hrvat came out strong in the 2nd half, starting to show signs of being a man up. 5 minutes in, a nice passing play by the opposition ended with a cross into the box that bounced around and was unable to be cleared, only to fall to a Hrvat midfielder at the top of the box who smashed it through several bodies and made it through goalkeeper Nathan Verbeeks legs, barely seeing it.

The game shifted a bit as Hrvat seemed content with holding onto the dangerous 1-0 lead. The Fury pressed for an equalizer but came up short on a few occasions. A scrappy game continued with a few more yellows being handed out. On a 70th minute corner, the big defensive pairing of Hanson and O’Carroll combined for the Fury’s first goal of the 21013/14 season. A beautifully whipped in corner by Wilhelm to the far post was headed back across goal by O’Carroll, where a waiting Hanson was there to pounce on it and blasted a well placed shot into the right side of the net. The Rino’s men continued to push for 3 points, seemingly unsatisfied with a tie, finding weaknesses in the Hrvat defense. Strong play by second half sub, Packham, earning his first cap, impressed with composure and provided several quality balls up to strikers and wingers creating chances to take the lead. In the 85th minute, 3

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points were surely locked up as a shot by striker Cougny was parried to Shih who missed from close range, unable to complete the comeback.

The fans were pleased as the final whistle blew. A quality performance by the Rino’s Fury to build on as the season progresses.

Man of the Match: Keith O’Carroll

Team: Verbeek, Atkinson (Packham), Hanson, O’Carroll, Hawkins, Cougny, Sanders (Arceneaux), Leon, Wilhelm (Sanders), Pace, Solven (Shih)

Goals: Brent Hanson

Assists: Keith O’Carroll


The next match against Caspian FC will be played Sunday September 15th @ 4pm, Point Grey Turf.

Div 2 Match 13 – Yaletown FC

Kickoff: 8:00pm Friday, December 2nd at Andy Livingstone East.

In search of offense, Rino”s Fury opted for a 4-4-2 formation against Yaletown FC, and handed a surprise start on the frontline to Corby O”Genski.  The move paid big dividends as they had a dominant first half performance in which Corby drove the Yaletown defenders to distraction with his skill and tenacity, while the best chances fell to Francois Clark.  The breakthrough finally came when a poor lunge by an opposing defender brought down Shawn Wilhelm in what was likely the penalty area, but was awarded as a free kick just beyond it.  With Shawn standing over the ball as if to hit a right-footed curler, Francois struck it with his left and it dipped over the wall and past the bewildered Yaletown keeper.  The Fury continued to pressure their opposition, but were unable to strike again, and entered the half-time break with a 1-0 lead.

The second half turned out to be an extremely scrappy affair, with the ankle-biters on the home team adding to their diving tactics by attempting to provoke the Fury players with off the ball fouls.  Some cautions were issued, and amongst the stupidity were some real scoring chances.  Will Langford, back between the sticks after a long layoff shook off the rust and produced a match-winning save as he parried a well placed header onto the crossbar and out of play.  At the other end, substitute Declan Hill was unlucky to see his header ring off the goalpost.  Finally, speedster Yuda Shih was brought down on a breakaway, but the referee inexplicably waved play on.  As time wound down Rino”s men dug deep and hung on for the victory.

The final scoreline read Rino”s 1 – 0 Yaletown


Players: Will, Greg (Corby 80″), Brandon, Hawk, Travis, Vinny, Gur (Tommy 60″), Shawn (Declan 55″), Francois, Ben (Alessandro 65″), Corby (Yuda 45″)

Goals: Francois

Div 2 Match 7 – Point Grey Rangers

On Saturday October 22nd, a day now dubbed “Vincent Martin Day”, the mighty Burnaby Fury Rinos took the pitch against home side Point Grey Rangers in front of Soccer and Rugby Fans alike. The highly contested derby (with Jericho Park being the closest pitch in proximity to Point Grey Turf) did not disappoint, leaving fans and commentators with some great talking points including some excellent goals and terrible reffing decisions.

Match Report

The game opened with a bang. In the third minute, a ball played through to Ben Cougny was received in stride and crossed with precision from the right side where the man in form, Vinny Martin, was streaking in and finished brilliantly with a volley into lower left part of the net. A great team goal and a great start to the game. The Fury continued to show their class by controlling possession with confident passing and frustrating the Rangers men who could not seem to hold the ball for more than 1 or 2 passes. The constant pressure looked to pay off when Wilhelm found himself in the box, faked a shot and nicked the ball past the Rangers defender before being completely taken out in an insanely reckless challenge. A clear penalty to everyone who was watching, but fortunately for the Rangers, the notorious 127 year old ref was on duty Saturday and somehow gave a Goal kick out of it. In my unbiased opinion it would have to go down as the worst no-call since the Hand of God. Play continued with a few more chances for Rinos and nothing coming in the form of an attack for the Rangers. in the 40th minute against the run of play, a long ball played over top and was collected by the Rangers striker. Hawk’s challenge from behind brought the player down, controversially outside the box but was deemed inside. The lucky Rinos defender escaped with his life as the referee again was hit with another sudden case of Alzheimer’s  and somehow wasn’t shown a Red card (or any card for that matter) but the penalty was converted and the match all square.

Halftime (1-1)

The second half started like the first with good positive play from the Rinos. Seemingly fitter and ready to play a full 90 minutes, chances were being created through wide play and a ton of second half corners. With the Rangers keeper making a few key saves and getting some help from the crossbar, they looked to be holding on for a draw. Not being satisfied with 1 point, the Rinos captain, Vinny Martin once again to it into his own hands (feet) to make sure 3 points were guaranteed. In the 55th minute after a few tight passes, Martin found himself with some room in the box to take a touch and blast it through the keeper who got a touch but not enough and it just managed to trickle in. Once again a great team goal. With the lead, substitutions were made to hold down the fort and preserve the victory. A few hairy moments in the dying 10 minutes put some fans on the edge of their seats but some calm goalkeeping from the Rinos reserve keeper Patrick “The Beast” Best put a stop to anything dangerous.

Final (Rinos 2 – Rangers 1)

The Rinos added to their current win streak with 3 in a row and 4 in the last 5 putting themselves in sole possession of 2nd in the league. Next weeks match up against first place MYB Panthers could see them go top of the table with a win.


Players:  Patrick,  Hawk , Evan, Riley (Cory 45′), Ash , Ben (Yuda 70′), Wilhelm(Adam 65′), Vinny, Riley, Gur (Ryan 45′), Francois, Tommy (Alessandro 60′)

Goals: Vinny (2)

Assists: Ben, Tommy



Burnaby Fury Rinos vs MYB Panthers

4pm Point Grey Turf – Saturday October 29th.

Div 2 Match 6 – Dasmesh FC

Kickoff: 4:00 pm Saturday, October

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The goals continued to pour in for Rino’s Fury, as they notched back-to-back wins for the first time this season. After a slow start where they earned just 1 point from the first 2 matches, Rino’s have since reeled off 3 victories in 4 matches, and are now firmly entrenched in the top half of the Division 2C table with 10 points.

Much like Rino’s Fury, Dasmesh (formerly Desmesh) FC have undergone a facelift for the 2011/12 season. After a dismal season of relegation from Division 1, the Surrey-based club have attempted to refresh with a host of new, young faces. The net result however was the same for them as last season; getting pumped by their opposition from Rino’s club.

After experimenting with a 4-3-3 formation the previous week, Rino’s went back to a traditional 4-4-2 with the striking pair of Ben Cougny and Tommy Nolan. The setup worked wonders as the home side scored 3 first half goals, all involving man of the match, Tommy Nolan. The first goal came from a nice build up, and some fancy footwork from Tommy who dribbled into the opposition area before letting the ball run onto Ben who stabbed it home to get Rino’s off the mark. The second goal came from a corner kick, where Tommy managed to elude his marker and put it to the far post beyond the bewildered keeper. Finally, team captain Vinny Martin managed to take over the golden boot race as he was first to pounce on a rebound from a Tommy Nolan shot and increase the lead to 3.

The second half saw a number of changes to the Rino’s Fury squad, as a number of players were tried out on the backline. This lead to a Dasmesh breakaway which left debutant goalkeeper, Patrick Best, with little chance to preserve his clean sheet. Finally after some more tinkering, Italian Stallion, Alessandro Pace opened his goalscoring account on a penalty which he earned with a theatrical dive, something he often practiced in the Italian youth system where he learned to play football. He then followed that up with his best Mario Balotelli impression as he antagonized the opponents, but wound up himself receiving a yellow card.

The final scoreline read Rino’s 4 – 1 Dasmesh


Players: Patrick, Greg, Evan (Alessandro 45′), Hawk, Dhiren(Gur 5′, Adam 65′), Vinny, Riley, Travis (Ryan 45), Francois, Tommy, Ben (Tim 45′)

Goals: Ben, Vinny, Tommy, Alessandro

Assists: Tommy (2), Travis

Div 2 Match 5 – Cliff Cobra FC

Kickoff: 4:00 pm Saturday, October 8th at Point Grey Turf

For those involved with Rino’s Div 2 team fortunate enough to have known Andrew Wade today was an emotional and moving day. Having spent the morning celebrating the life of a wonderful human being we gathered ourselves in the afternoon to do what Andrew did so well – play our hearts out on the football pitch.

Having struggled to find the back of the net thus far this season Rino’s opted for an attacking 4 – 3 – 3 formation to start this match. Although we were largely in control, our first half performance was inconsistent and we were guilty of playing panicky and rushed football. In fact it was Cliff who might have opened the scoring on the counter attack when their striker somehow blundered his way through our defence only to scupper his shot hopelessly wide.

Tempers were heightened as Cliff’s defensive tactics continued to frustrate the Rino’s players. Resultantly we seemed to play down to their level and created few chances apart from a decent penalty shout from Shawn as he was clumsily bundled over in the penalty area approaching half time.

Rino’s were a bit flat to start the second half , yet to our credit we persevered and began to take control of the match. Substitutions up front and in midfield brought some fresh energy and while Greg had put in his usual hard working shift, the introduction of Francois ultimately led to Rino’s opening goal 20 minutes from time.

Following slick interplay down the left flank Francois delivered the killer through ball to find the run of yours truly. I just about managed to stay onside before firing the ball past the keeper with a left-footed strike from 10 yards.

Having found the elusive first goal Rino’s continued to dominate and led 2-0 shortly after. Despite being gifted extra time to prepare to defend a corner kick while the referee was distracted by the untimely intrusion of a Cliff player’s young child

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(who had also earlier intruded to stop Cliff from taking a quick throw in) the Cliff players still managed to leave myself unmarked at the top corner of the 18. Ryan delivered a short pass and, having not been closed down, I proceeded to strike an ‘unstoppable’ right-footed drive into the top right hand corner of the net. To be honest it largely resembled Adam Johnson’s recent stunner for Manchester City against Blackburn Rovers (but I’m super modest of course).

As with my first goal I celebrated with a tribute to the sky where #11 Wadey was watching today and providing me with inspiration.

The fight was surely out of Cliff at this stage and Rino’s leading scorer from last season took advantage to get off the mark and wrap up the 3 points. Using his fantastic speed Tim broke in on goal, following another excellent Francois pass, and poked past the dismayed keeper.

Cliff’s afternoon was dismally summed up as the aforementioned keeper (already the recipient of a caution in this match) was shown a straight red card for threatening and abusive behaviour (commonly known as a temper tantrum).

All in all a good result for Rino’s on a day of remembrance for our inspirational #11.



Players: Will, Ash, Evan, Hawk, Dhiren, Vinny, Riley (Yuda 70), Travis (Ryan 45), Greg (Francois 55), Shawn (Gur 45), Adam (Tim 40)

Goals: Vinny (2), Tim

Assists: Francois (2), Ryan

Div 2 Match 3 – NVFC Campobasso

Rino’s Fury were back on the road for Match #3 of the 2011-2012 winter season, facing off against the predominantly Italian Campobasso side of the North Shore. What their opponents didn’t know however, was that the Fury had their own spicy meatball on hand as the legend himself, Rino, came to cheer on the boys! Rino’s men started strong, dominating possession in the early going and creating numerous gilt-edged chances which they unfortunately conspired to waste. Just when it was starting to look like a day when their lack

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of finish would be their nemesis, Rino’s got themselves a break when the Campobasso goalkeeper gifted Shawn Wilhelm the ball at the edge of the penalty area. Wilhelm took two touches to make him pay; the first to control the ball, and the second to calmly deposit it into the back of the net, thereby increasing both his own and the team’s goalscoring tally for the year to 2 goals.

Shortly thereafter, Tommy Nolan managed to position himself halfway to the top of the golden boot race, as he latched onto a Ben Cougny flick, held off a Campobasso defender, and deftly chipped the bouncing ball over the onrushing goalkeeper and into the gaping net. It was a masterclass finish that will surely hold up as one of the goal’s of the season. In the second half Tommy was unlucky not to bag his second when he drove a hard half-volley towards the net which forced Campobasso’s keeper into a spectacular diving save. The remainder of the match saw few real chances as Rino’s backline held strong, and their north shore opponents continued to get frustrated. It should be noted that Rino’s goalkeeper Will Langford registered his first clean sheet of the season, and was solid when called upon throughout the match.

Final Score: Rino’s 2 – 0 Campobasso

Div 2 Match 2 – Wickham FC

On a wet pitch Saturday saw the match up between Rino’s Fury and Wickham FC who spent last year in the U21 division. The spritely young team who are now legally able to make use of the motto “What happens in Vegas, Stays in Vegas”, proved a difficult task for the hip replaced Rinos. It is not often you play team of kids you used to babysit. The opponents looked like a team who had played together for a while and it showed throughout the game. A notable point was the first Rinos cap for Travis Sanders at right mid.

Match Report

A slow start by both teams took a while to settle as no side could maintain possession for very long. The few chances in the first 30 minutes troubled neither keeper nor fan alike. Wickham FC started to maintain possession a little more and created some opportunities, exposing the new backline arrangement a little. Pritchard was injured partway through the first half (day-to-day with a lower body injury) and Crowe was brought on as a replacement. In the 40th minute, Wickham was awareded a free kick on a questionable call, 25 years out to the right of the Rinos net. The ball was whipped in to the short post and inadvertently deflected in as Rinos defender Evan Jones tried to clear it from danger. An unfortunate end to the first half.

Half Time (Rinos 0 – Wickham FC -1)

The second half started a bit better with Hundal, Wilhelm and Hill coming in for Cougny, Nolan and 1 other? Rinos were on the attack, looking for a goal to even up the contest but proving difficult against the fit and organized side. McArthur was brought in for Sarwal for the Furys 5th and final sub of the game. Wouldn’t you know it, but once again, the new substitution rules came back to bite Rinos in the ass with Matheson suffering a blow to the kidneys from the Wickham keeper. Down to 10 men, that only seemed to spark the “Fury” in the Rinos for the first time this season and almost seemed as if Wickham were the ones

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down to 10 men. On their heels, more attacking play was developing a bit more possession was had by Rinos. Some good chances created with attempts by Martin and Wilhelm put the nervous Wickham fans on the edge of their seats. It was only in the 85th minute, when Wickham were given a chance against the run of play with everyone but the keeper pushing for the tying goal. The striker cooly slotted the breakaway home and insured the 3 pts for Wickham.

Full Time (Rinos 0 – Wickham FC -2)

A bad result in the second game of the season for Rinos leaves them with 1 point in 2 but some positives can be taken away with a gutsy 10 man performance for the last 25 minutes. This is familiar territory as last season started poorly but a great run of form showed the heart of the mighty Rinos Fury. Fans are anticipating this sundays match up:

Rino’s Fury vs. NV FC Campobasso

Sunday, September 25 – 5:00pm KickoffSutherland Turf


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