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Inner Western Courier Thursday Not Used Anymore : April 15th 2009
52 INNER-WEST WEEKLY, Thursday, April 16, 2009 MB He gets a kick out of soccer FIONA BRADY BE IN THE RUNNING TWO AWARDS: Our Junior Sports Star of the year will receive a medal and $1000, and the Young Achiever will receive a medal and $500 ELIGIBILITY: Sportspeople aged between 10 and 16 at the time of nomination who live in the local area TO ENTER: Fill in the nomination form in our sports section or go to www.innerwestweekly.com.au Concord Soccer ace Anthony Scioscia is this week's Junior Sport Star. Picture: PHIL BLATCH ~P0636326 JUNIOR SPORTS STAR 2009 CUMBERLAND COURIER MAJOR SPONSOR SOCCER-crazy teen Anthony Scioscia is never happier than when he's practis- ing his fancy footwork. The 13-year-old Croydon Park lad copies freestyle soccer tricks from the internet and tries to come up with a few of his own moves. ''I can juggle and bounce the ball on my neck,'' he said proudly. Last season Anthony was captain of an Enfield FC under -13 side and won best kicker for a defender at the club's presentation night. His signature move is his powerful right kick. ''When I was playing a home game, I kicked the ball and it reached the other side of the field and my friends were impressed,'' he said. ''I practised a lot and my kick started getting better and better.'' This season Anthony decided not to play for Enfield but instead concentrate on playing soccer for his school, Concord High, which runs a specialist soccer academy for talented young players. ''I play right back and sometimes I play striker,'' he said. ''I prefer right back, I'm a better defender.'' And he has already proved his de- votion to the world game, having sacri- ficed cricket for soccer in 2004. ''I like doing stuff with my feet and I'm co-ordinated,'' said the Manchester United fan. ''It's a good change of environment from cricket.'' His ambition is to be selected for the Super Youth League. Anthony is this week's Inner-West Weekly Junior Sport Star nominee and was nominated by his big sister Celena, 17. ''I nominated him because he does a lot of sport and he doesn't get much recognition for it,'' she said. ''He just loves soccer.'' Inner-West Weekly Sport BOOK NOW for your next function Outdoor & indoor catering or any type of occasions! OPEN 7 DAYS LUNCH: Mon to Sat 11.30am-3pm DINNER: 7 Days 5pm-10.30pm NOWOPEN! FREE home delivery Minimum order $40.00 Local area (otherwise $5.00 delivery charge) FULLY L LICENSED & BYO (wine only) PLENTY OF FREE PARKING P ALL MAJOR CREDIT CARDS ACCEPTED LUNCH SPECIAL $11.90 2 non veg/ 1 veg with rice & Pappadu um new Indian restaurant AMJAKS INDIAN RESTAURANT 175 First Avenue, FIVE DOCK P: 9712 7391 or 9712 8913 Main Butter chicken n Lamb or beef kkorma Navaratan korma veg 2 plain or garlic naan R Rice ice Pappadum Mint sauce Entrée Mix entrée for 2 Tikka Lamb cutlet Samosa Seek kebab Seek kebab DEAL 3 $59.90 Main Butter chicken n Vegetable korm ma 2 plain or garlic naan Rice Main Eggplant curryy Vegetable mas sala Naan plain or g garlic Rice Entrée Samosa 2pc DEAL 1 $29.90 Entrée Veg mix entrée for 2 Samosa Pakora Cheese balls DEAL 2 $39.90 OPENING SPECIAL DEALS FOR TAKE-AWAY DINE-IN,TAKE-AWAY & HOME DELIVERY $12.90 $15.90 $16.90 ENTREE $14.90 $14.90 $16.90 LAMB $14.90 $14.90 BEEF $15.90 $15.90 $15.90 CHICKEN 2043920k iww wk42 Cauliflower Baji $11.90 Palak Paneer $11.90 Yellow Dhal Y $11.90 Malai Kofta $11.90 VEGETARIAN OPEN 7 DAYS WITH FREE HOME DELIVERY* AFEWOFOUR POPULAR DISHES 10% DISCOUNT on take away Pick up only (Minimum order $40.00)
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