Championship striker Brady increases his lead in tussle for men’s Golden Boot

Leading goalscorer Adam Brady scored only one of Cambridge’s seven goals in the WaiBOP Championship’s 7-4 win at Matamata Swifts but it helped increase his lead in the race for the club’s men’s Golden Boot.

His second-half effort for the champs provided his 12th goal of the season, giving him a four-goal lead over nearest rival Josh Clarkin who was ruled out of the first team’s match at Oratia United due to illness.

Main photo: Brady gets another shot on goal during a championship game at John Kerkhof Park.

Here are the current goalscorer standings (up to June 22):

Men’s first team

Josh Clarkin 8 (includes 2 in Chatham Cup)

Dylan Blair 7 (includes 1 in Chatham Cup)

Zach Mayo 4 (includes 3 in Chatham Cup)

Callum MacLeod 3 (includes 1 in Chatham Cup)

Marcelo Sosa 3 (includes 1 scored in Chatham Cup)

Daniel Clarkin 2

Aaron Huesser 1 (scored in Chatham Cup)

Fabian Munoz 1

Jack Portegys 1

Kyle Stead 1 (scored in Chatham Cup)

Harry Wick 1

Men’s reserves

Alex Mukaka 4

Andrew Taylor 3

Devon Andrews 2

Cristian Angulo 2

Riley Higgs 2

Juan Alvarez 1

Zach Mayo 1

Johnny Sanchez 1

Jack Sickelmore 1

Own goal 1

WaiBOP Championship

Adam Brady 12

James Cakebread 4

Jason Szabo 3

Josh Dagnall 2

Dom Vitesse 2

Alex Ball 1

Mitchell Claridge 1

Kurt von Keisenberg 1

Dan Morris 1

Jordy Silvester 1

Own goals 3

Waikato Division 3

Miguel Peterle 6 (includes 1 in Waikato Plate)

Paul Blackstock 3 (includes 1 in Waikato Plate)

David O’Donnell 2 (includes 1 in Waikato Cup)

Mariano Castellan 1

Adrian Clark 1

Jamie McKean 1

Ben Ward 1

Own goal 1

Waikato Division 4

Chris Hill 6

Andy Thomas 5

Cole van den Beuken 3

Kieran Barnes 1

Ben Carter 1

Mariano Castellan 1

Nick Sickelmore 1

Anaru Whakatatou 1

Women’s Division 1

Olivia Sutherland 5

Sophee Rapson-Jones 3

Lucy Reid 3

Caitlyn Varcoe 3

Astrid Howarth 2

Kym Thomasen 2

Gemma Martin 2

Some goals

Josh Clarkin heads the opening goal against Claudelands Rovers (June 15):

Marcelo Sosa scores a pankenka penalty against Claudelands Rovers (June 15):

Juan Alvarez scores a diving header for the reserves against Manurewa (May 25):

Sophee Rapson-Jones scores with a direct free kick against Huntly Thistle (May 26)

Dylan Blair scores against Unimount Bohemian Celtic (April 27):

Jason Szabo scores against Tauranga Blue Rovers (May 4):

Past winners

The men’s Golden Boot was won by Andrew Taylor in 2018 with 25 goals.

Last year’s women’s Golden Boot was shared by Astrid Howarth and Rachel Hill who each contributed 23 goals.

Click here for last year’s goalscoring chart

Click here for our 2018 senior prizewinners

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