Burgum is ready for the moment on Sunday and Renado ends the season ‘just not’ in a minor key

Joy and sadness also went hand in hand in the second round of the play-off. FC Burgum was relegated to the second division. Leeuwarder Zwaluwen, IJVC, Heeg, Zwaagwesteinde, ONT and Renado were also licking their wounds.

On Sunday afternoon, Siebren Zijlstra sat alone for several minutes next to a sign next to the field. Renado . Sint Niekster had just been relegated to the fourth division and Zijlstra felt personally responsible. “He feels like he’s stabbing my team.”

Zijlstra was referring to the penalty his team conceded when they were losing 1-2 Siddeburen . All of Sint Nyk expected a draw. “I’ve already taken several penalties this season. Free kicks, penalties. All fleach deryn.” The seventh attempt from eleven meters was also well finished. “Mar Harren’s goalkeeper observes the violence well.”

It didn’t matter that in injury time the score was 1-3 thanks to a traditional Sunday shot from the center line. “During the winter holidays, whoever does everything wrong, there is someone who doesn’t care about everything,” lamented Zijlstra.

Shout

Burgum He played his last game on Sunday for the moment. Due to the introduction of weekend football, the Saturday first division team often had to play football on Sunday. Sunday departure skater boys It tasted bad. The local club pushed Burgum into the second division of Saturday football.

Unnecessary, coach Jasper Bouma thought. “We played the main game for a long time and went crazy.” His team took the lead after the break thanks to a slider from Jaap Jurjen Haveman, but Rolder Boys still made it 1-1. Henny Bouius had the opportunity to regain the lead. “Gewoanwei pour dy deryn, but now pointed the chime.”

When everyone was preparing for extra time, a player from the local club was suddenly free in front of Burgumer’s goal: 2-1. “And then we will leave. When we get here, we will come back the same way,” Bouma said. “Mar eart ‘scream and start again.'”

Symptomatic

Also bitter faces Zwaagwesteinde . They lost 2-0 to HFC in Hoogkerk. “We were better as a team,” said coach Dick Sangers, “but this final was a symptom of the season. After the winter we couldn’t create enough anymore and we made mistakes that were immediately punished.”

According to Sangers (61), this is his second decline in more than three decades. “But unfortunately now that I have decided to stop. A shame, especially for Zwaagwesteinde. It is a good club and welcomes five new players. Today there were two buses of fans. “Think about it: We were second at winter break, but we finished twelfth.”

HFC (10th in 3C) will play against Saturday Twijsel who finished eleventh from 3B Heeg . It was 1-2. Chris Abiola scored the winning goal in injury time.

Heeg (ninth in 3A) had routed Dokkum 8-1 a week earlier, but Twijsel was a different story, as Heeg’s coach Lykle Bleekveld acknowledged. “Sy felt better with the ball.” His team played with mourning bands and before kick-off a minute of silence was observed for the death of two volunteers on Friday afternoon. “Fansels already thought he was a bit over the top. We can afford to postpone it, but the families are worth it. Mar dêrtroch hawwe net ferlern, hey.”

Continue after penalties

In Opeinde they lost the third division ONT with 3-4 of Wildervank . The home club lost the lead three times against 4F No. 3 Groningen, which eliminated two first division teams (including Sneek’s LSC) from the cup tournament this season.

De Walde Go back to fifth class. The Elahuizen-Kolderwolde team (eleventh in 4B) had no chance against Groningen H.S.C. (eleventh in 4D): 6-1. Trynwalden , VIOD and Harkema Opeinde It repelled Groningen’s attacks on its fourth division status. The Harkites needed extra time and penalties in and against Scheemda.

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