All-Star Aussie kids reach Disneying heights

The Foxtel All-Stars made it two from two after the young guns defeated clubs from Bermuda and Mexico at the Disney Cup International in Orlando.

The Kickin’ Koalas (girls) and Outback Rangers (boys) both posted 5-0 wins over their opposition on match day two of the tournament.

The 20 talented Aussie kids were selected for two U-12 teams to compete at the ESPN Wide World of Sports complex at Walt Disney World.

Both teams are yet to concede a goal, with the latest wins consolidating the All Stars’ lead in their respective groups.

Outback Rangers defeated Dandy Town Youth Academy from Bermuda while the Kickin’ Koalas downed Cordica from Mexico.

This followed a sizzling start on match day one when the girls romped past Leones FC from Puerto Rico 8-0, while the boys chipped in with a 7-0 victory over Colombian side, Fortaleza.

Rangers’ latest win came at a cost, however, with attacking midfielder Godfrey Debele injured shortly after scoring his second goal and forced to withdraw from the rest of the tournament.

Socceroo legend, Tim Cahill, held a special Skype session with the players on the eve of their matches providing them with advice on how to prepare for the games.

Cahill will continue to provide guidance over the coming days as the teams work towards securing a place in the finals. 

Check out the pics of the Foxtel All-Stars in action here.

Goal Scorers for match day two

Foxtel All-Stars Outback Rangers v Dandy Town Youth Academy (BER) 5-0

Max Lambie x 2 (Palm Beach Soccer Club, NSW)

Godfrey Debele (Souths United Football, QLD)

Jack Koutrodimos (Blacktown City, NSW)

Harry McCarthy (Manly United FC, NSW)

Captain: Blake Vuksan (Olympic FC, QLD)

Foxtel All-Stars Kickin’ Koalas v Cordica (MEX) 5-0

Clementine Hobill Cole (Mongo Football Academy, Macquarie Uni, NSW)

Maja Markovski x 2 (Skilleroos Metro U13s, VIC)

Sofia Sakalis (Box Hill United, VIC)

Lua Suero (Palm Beach Soccer Club, NSW)

Captain: Clementine Hobill Cole (Mongo Football Academy, Macquarie Uni, NSW)