The XII edition of the most popular tournament for Macedonian diaspora clubs will take place next weekend with 10 teams participating in the main category. This year’s hosts is the 6 time winners Rockdale City Suns with their Ilinden Sports Centre in Sydney. The matches will be played at six other venues with the main
Eleven confirmed participants were put into two groups as the draw for the traditional tournament for Australian clubs with Macedonian background took place earlier today. Five clubs less than last year’s edition will participate in the 11th Maso Cup scheduled for 26-28 of this month. Holders Broadmeadow Magic got the easier group unlike 5-time winners Rockdale
Winner of the 10th edition of the Maso Cup is Broadmeadow Magic who defeated holders Rockdale City Suns in a thriller final thus managing to end their domination that lasted for three years. The boys from Newcastle won their first ever Maso Cup title. After winning the Group 2 with two wins and a defeat
All the matches in the four groups ended earlier today and therefore the group stage of the most popular tournament among the Macedonian-Australian community got concluded. The first group saw Rockdale and Preston fighting for the first place that eventually went to the Suns who in a direct match defeated the big rival with 2:0
Here are the results of the opening day in the 2018 Maso Cup tournament that is currently underway in Australia. This year’s edition started today and will conclude on Sunday. Top two from each group proceed to the quarter-finals. To view the schedule for the next two day, click here. Group 1 Rockdale City Suns
Vardar. A name forever associated with the most successful Macedonian team we have ever produced. A name that serves as a symbol to those who have emigrated abroad. In our case for those who emigrated to Perth, Australia. This is a guest article written by our friend J.S. from Australia. photo: kids of Stirling Suns
Everything is ready for the 2018 edition of the traditional tournament for Australian clubs with Macedonian background which is scheduled to begin next Friday. This year the cup reaches its culmination of popularity as 16 have confirmed their participation, making the group stage easier to arrange. They got divided in four group with each group
Sasa Ognenovski will play for Australia in the upcoming friendly game against Egypt away as FFM once again was hit by its incapability.
The great Australian talent with Macedonian origin Ben Kantarovski, will go on trials with German giants Bayern München. The 17-years-old player was recently called up by Australia, but still has chances to play for Macedonia too.
The 28-years-old Australian born Macedonian is the winner of the Fresh FM Player of the Year Award for season 2008/09. An award which is given to best beast Adelaide United played. Sasa Ognenovski was voted with maximum points what makes the win even more valuable.