It’s still raining goals for Gaughan

Gaughans Down Under: Joe and Andy Gaughan at Stop Out FC

Gaughans Down Under: Joe and Andy Gaughan at Stop Out FC

While we’re drowning under the incessant downpour, it’s raining goals again for Silsden old boy Joe Gaughan.
Gaughan rattled in 27 goals last season for New Zealand side Stop Out FC and began the new campaign yesterday with a hat-trick.
He grabbed his treble as Stop Out beat Upper Hutt City in their opening match in the Hilton Petone Cup in Wellington and said: “It was a lovely start to pre-season. A 6-1 win and a hat-trick to go with it. Onwards and upwards.”
A bonus for Gaughan, 20, came from the sidelines where his dad Andy, Silsden u19s’ co-manager, was watching during a stay Down Under.
Petone CupThe win puts Stop Out top of Group One in Division One of the 12-team tournament.
They play Lower Hutt City next Sunday with the rest of their programme taking in Miramar Rangers, Waterside Karori and Marist. The final is on March 30.

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