THE EYE

Jax United vs. Georgia Revolution

North Florida Youth Night attracts crowd

A great sized crowd in attendance to cheer on the United squad.
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Jax United players warm up with 1 vs. 3 to get the blood flowing.
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Brad Sienkiewicz goes up for a cross as he goes through his warmup routine.
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The starting lineups for both squads
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Hector Vega as "The Most Popular Man In Jacksonville" announced by commentator and JUFC President Barry Dixon.
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Hollis Donaldson looks to find an attacking long ball.
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Hector Vega in search of an open player, in this case Jay Bolt his outlet.
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Keeper Brad Sienkiewicz moments before blasting his punt down field.
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The team huddle as captain Tommy Krizanovic gives his last words before the kickoff.
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JFC Youth Girls coached by Mike Walker recognized for their accomplishments in tournament play.
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Mike Walker's second JFC Youth Girls team coached into tournament accomplishments.
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JFC 0001 Girls making are recognized during the game.
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Ponte Vedra Storm Youth Girls being drawn into the spotlight for their State Cup run highlight.
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Youth Night brought out kids who were looking to make their own game happen.
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Action was not only found on the field, but behind the goal as well as kids found space to kick around.
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Ehjayson Henry makes his move forward in taking on a Revolution defender.
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No. 16 makes a run between players to try and find space in an attack.
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Rami Safi looks for a switch of play to open up the field for options.
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Nurdin Hrustic battles for positioning as a Revolution player looks to gain a corner, the Georgian player would fail at that attempt.
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Jay Bolt stands over a free kick waiting to release United into an attack.
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Jax United played the Georgia Revolution May 24 in Patton Park in front of a crowd of hundreds. Children of North Florida soccer clubs gained free entry if they wore their team jersey. United pulled off a 1-0 win over the Revolution; a goal from Tyler Williams in the 35th minute was the only goal of the night. Though neither team quite had an attacking rhythm, United found the net on a header from Williams, proving to be enough.

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