Holmes bags six goals
A Tyson Holmes six pack helped the Sunshine Coast Fire record its biggest Queensland State League win with a 14 1 thumping of Capricorn.
Fire skipper Holmes netted six goals in the round seven shellacking on Saturday night, which continued the Fire unbeaten streak this season.
New Zealand import Jason Hicks was also in a goal scoring mood, bagging his first hat trick for the Fire.
Holmes, who assumed the captaincy this year, said he had never scored a hat trick for the Fire before, let alone six goals.
was stoked to score six, he said.
had a bad error. One l michael kors apse in concentration and let them in.
after that we just kept composed, kept playing our normal m michael kors ichael kors game and the goals just kept on coming.
biggest win ever before that was 8 0, against Bundaberg in our first year (2008).
Sam Knight opened the scoring for the Fire with his first of two goals in the ninth minute, but the Cougars hit back just two minutes later.
It was all the Fire after that, with Holmes having michael kors four goals next to his name before the break.
He capped off the rout with his sixth in the 90th minute to entrench Capricorn on the bottom of the table and embarrass the Cougars in front of their home crowd in Rockhampton.
With the score at 8 1 going into half time, Holmes said coach Richard Hudson simply wanted his team to not take its foot off the pedal.
were worried about our previous performances, because in the last few games we got a few goals up and not killed the game off, he said.
was good to actually stick to our jobs, keep going and the goals came from that.
said to keep doing the simple things. He didn want us to take the mickey out of them.
told us not to get greedy and it worked.
Holmes said he benefited from some smart running by the Fire forwards.
just kept doing their jobs and the strikers were making good runs, so I could make forward runs from the midfield, he said.
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