Third annual GleNTi Cup entertains crowds in Darwin

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On Tuesday, June 6, the third GleNTi Cup between Hellenic Athletic Club and Darwin Olympic Sporting Club took place in Darwin, the Northern Territory, ahead of the GleNTi festival this weekend.

The event kick started with the women squads of Hellenic AC and Darwin Olympic coming face-to-face. The night ended with a 2-2 draw.

Moska Papadakis and Sophia Makrlos found the net for Hellenic AC, while Imogene Briston scored twice for Olympic.

In the men’s match, Hellenic AC secured a 8-1 victory against Darwin Olympic at Darwin Football Stadium.

Hellenic AC goals came from Simon Bell, Matthew McNab, Nick Stefanidakis and Tega Adjeke, while Mitchell Amidy kicked a goal for Darwin Olympic.

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