Vaulen's 23 year old defender Sondre Urban has got another injury setback.
On Thursday he got trouble with his thigh. The same problem that put him
out of action most of last season. Now is it belived that he will take
a longer football break to build up his legs. Sondre think the pull in
his thigh may is due to the pitch, Vaulen that of course play on an artificial
turf. Vaulen Beachboys wish Sony the best and hope he do progress soon.
Sondre has been in the club in five seasons since he came from Viking's
Youth team in 1998. Sondre have about 70 apperances for Vaulen and have
seen the team convert from a mid-table team in the 4.th division to last
season being 6.th in the 3. division.
- Week 5
The club reports that Vaulen Vårcup 2002 seems to be the most popular
ever. The maximum of 266 teams is already ready. In total will 38 club
anticipate in the great cup!
# Vaulen C's
group in 7. division seems now to be final. Vaulen will meet this teams:
Bogafjell, Finnøy 2, Hana 3, Kvitsøy, Kåsen 2, Ledaalkam,
Muskel and Øyane!
first team play in Nærbø's Vinterserie. Updated results from
the cup can now be found at this site!
Hansen & The Jan Høiland's lost final
Vaulen's alter ego team "Hans Petter Hansen & The Jan Høiland's"
came to the final in Radio 1 Løkkecup this weekend. HPH&TJH's
won the last cup and was up against 99 other teams on Saturday and Sunday.
The team is mainly based on Vaulen players, only player from outside the
club is former Viking player Arild Sværen. The team had comed in
a hard group first they met Veden, a side with star striker Richard Enge.
But Jarle Eike showed class scoring a brace for our favourites. The final
result was 2-0.
In the second
game they beated Zico Brothers 2-0 after goals from Alexander Landsnes
and Stein Ivar Andersen. Next for Hans Petter Hansen & The Jan Høiland's
was Beverly 2. Again was Jarle Eike on the scoreboard in a game that ended
1-1. In the last game was the players tired and it ended with a 1-1 draw
against a Staal based Intriger, after Stein Ivar putted his second for
the day. For HPH & The Jan Høiland's was Øystein Winsnes
doing well in defence. Winston that was the only new player since last
The Jan Høiland's showed a lot better play in the final stages on
Sunday in Yndlingehallen. The movement was much better than in the group
play. In the 1/16 final they met Pelé Amigos. The game went to extra
time where Jarle Eike got the decision for the HPH's with scoring two goals.
In the 1/8 final they met Armageddon. The result was 2-0 after goals from
Stein Ivar Andersen on a penalty and Inge Martin Hinna. In the Quart-final
Jumbo from Sandnes was on the opposite side. Anders Idsø was great
in this game. The result was 3-1 after goals from Jarle, Alex and Andi.
The semifinal was a repeat of last year. Against KP Hira with the Hauge
brothers - Ivar and Terje. But they was found to easy against our friends
that won 2-0 after goals from Steini and Jarle. Steini was very good in
this match according to the reports. The final was against a young Bryne/Bjerkreim
team - Bergflettene. They used a defensive tactic and went for counter
attacks. This was a smart solution. 1-0 came on their first chance. But
Winston wanted it diffrent and got the equalizer 30 seconds before full
time. In sudden death HPH & The Jan Høiland's showed lack of
routine. Instead of playing without substitutions the last three minutes
the Champions from last time used hazardous changes. Players without more
to give came on, and the players was soon in unfamiliar positions. This
led into a goal for Bergflettene with three seconds to go - on their second
chance in the game! You learn as long as you live and all that, but it
was a bitter loss. Next time will not HPH's do the same mistakes. Though
credit to the team that managed to get to the final for the second time
in a row!
scores in trial game
Vaulen's Thomas Idsø played 70. minutes in a trial game for 1. division
side FK Haugesund on Saturday. FKH won 6-1 against Bremnes and Thomas scored
the last goal in the match. It was a great attack where Grindhaim combined
well with Jone Samuelsen before he served the ball to Idsø that
simply could kick the ball into the net. The whole FKH team played a good
game, but was ineffective in front of the goal despite netting six times
against the 3. division side. Thomas played in a central midfield role.
He had a couple of shots over the goal and a bad miss being alone with
the Bremnes goalie.
FK Haugesund is
now likely to deside whether they want to have Thomas in their squad. According
to Thomas he did his job well. "I'm quite pleased, but should had scored
a couple of more goals. My chances seems bright and I enjoy myself in FKH,"
Thomas told Haugesunds Avis.
will sit down on Monday and discuss the matter. "He is dangerous in front
of the goal, he is a player that moves around quickly and that have a good
understanding. We will sit down on Monday, and it will be a soon decision
about we signs a contract," said Bråtveit.
-Idsø is good enough, but he don't get a contract
Vaulen's Thomas Idsø impressed on trial with FK Haugesund as midfielder,
but Haugesund boss Kjell Inge Bråtveit says the club don't need a
"We are going
to have two more players in the first team squad. One right full back and
one centre back," Bråtveit told Haugesunds Avis. The FKH boss called
home to Idsø last evening to explain that his club couldn't offer
him a deal. According to "Kjelli" and his assistant Helgeland there is
nothing wrong with Thomas' football skills.
Helgeland and I have liked Idsø a lot. He is a good football player,"
said Bråtveit that saw Thomas in action through training and a trial
game against Bremnes on Saturday where Thomas Idsø scored one goal.
FKH is now most likely to sign up a young defender from Eiger instead in
Glenn Strømstad (19). Thomas Idsø is now most likely to sign
up for FK Vidar in the second division instead.
Salvi, Jani and Pedro have signed deals with Vaulen. Jan Egil Salvesen
come from Riska, the 22 year old defender has impressed on training and
desided to sign after he has been in the club in over a month. Jan Erik
Pedersen is another defender. The 20 year old play ice hockey for Viking,
and is seemed on as one of Norway's most promising hockey 'keepers. Jani
seeks new challenges after he earlier has played football for Vidar FK.
Pedro Salgado has desided to make a come back in football after a break
the last years. This mean that the squad in front of next season now count
Hansen & The Jan Høiland's - top of the charts again!
Vaulen's alter ego team Hans Petter Hansen & The Jan Høiland's
consist of nine players: Eirik Sunde, Erik Gysland, Alexander Landsnes,
Anders Idsø, Jarle Eike, Inge Martin Hinna, Stein-Ivar Andersen
and Øystein Winsnes from Vaulen, and the former Viking player Arild
Sværen. Both times they have played in Radio 1 Løkkecup have
they entered the final.
is the team being mentioned:
Champions Hans Petter Hansen & The Jan Høiland's hugely impress
these days. This weekend they secured their second place in the final on
two chances. That put them in the same party as Sørlands Heavy Champion's,
Toast, that also scored 15 points on the Marathon table after two tournaments.
If HPH & TJH's continues like this it will be nescesarry to soon compare
them with the majesty of Indoor fotball; Real Ararat, from Bergen."
in Radio 1 Løkkecup
Petter Hansen & The Jan Høiland's
to kick off season
On Friday Vaulen kick off their season when they meet Randaberg in Nærbø's
Winter Leauge, SR-serien. VIL's players have prepared themselves good infront
of the game and the mood is well in the squad. This will be Tore's first
game in charge and it will be interesting what team and formation he choose.
Randaberg will be an interesting team to meet as they play in the same
division as Vaulen. Two Beachboys also have a past in Randaberg. Jarle
Eike and Thomas Idsø was on loan for them while they was Viking
There are four
players in the injury room. Sondre Urban has a thigh problem, Kjetil Aasland
still struggle with his knee ligament, while Stig Molde and Tord Løberg
is in doubt as they have been ill lately. Kick off away to Randaberg is
on Friday 8. February, 19.00.
win in Haugvaldstad's debut!
(1) 2 - 4 (2) Vaulen This was Haugvaldstad's
first game in charge and he started with a traditional 4-4-2 system. Bjarne
Hov started in goal. A back four with Landsnes and Eriksen on the full
backs, and Gysland and Salvesen in the heart of the defense. In the middle
was Andersen, Eike, Idsø and Salgado. Up front was Hinna and Ekholdt.
FIRST HALF Both Vaulen
and Randaberg lined up two young teams. Vaulen should show themselves as
the most dangerous team. Inge Martin Hinna made 0-1. Randaberg stood
high with the team; something that meant Pedro Salgado, Eirik Ekholdt and
Hinna got big spaces to run in.
Idsø scored the 2-0 goal from close reach. Before the break
could Henning Frode Holm reduce the lead to 1-2. The first half
was characterized by RIL that tried to build up their play; while Vaulen
used every opportunity to counter attack with their fast strikers.
HALF Tore Haugvaldstad
wanted to give as many players as possible match training and made three
changes at half time. The second half started as the first. Vaulen went
up to 3-1 after Randaberg have had the ball the most. Goal scorer for Beachboys
was again Anders Idsø on a pass from Salgado. In the middle
of the half RIL got a penalty and Tom Arne Bø Pedersen, that got
his debut at half time, had to capatulized on Holm's safe penalty;
2-3. In front of the game Vaulen was aware of RIL's fast striker. But those
at Randaberg Stadion didn't saw much to that as Gysland often managed to
break down before the strikers. While new signing from Riska, Jan Egil
Salvesen, showed class. Quick-Salvi was Man Of The Match, he runned up
all of Randaberg's break throughs. The final result was 4-2 after Anders
Idsø made his third for the day! Credit must go to the whole
team. This was after all the first game with a lot of new players. All
the debutantes did very well: Salvi is already mentioned, Salgado was always
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Tom Arne and Hildèn made fine apperances coming in as substitutes.
Jan Erik Ahlstrand also did well as central defender coming in for Gysland.
He was good in the air, though in the duels and safe in the pass play.
play for Vidar
According to unofficial reports has now Thomas Idsø signed for FK
Vidar. It's been told that he signed on Friday, meaning that he was ready
for the friendly against Tippeliga outfit Viking the day after. Playing
in the center of the midfield he answered by sending the 2. division team
up in the lead on a 35. minutes penalty! Viking should later answer with
Sørli and Sigurdsson. But Vidar did exceptionally well against the
giants at a wet and windy Lassa Grusbane. It therefor came like no surprise
that Are Meling equalized with a 23 meter shot past Bo Andersen in the
Viking goal just before the end!
Referee was Vaulen's
very own Sven Ravn Carlsen, unfortunately he had to hand Thomas Idsø
a yellow card! Former Vaulen player Rolf Magne Olsen played 40. minutes
as substitute for Viking in front of the crowd that was on about 100 spectators.
woe for Tore before Buøy battle
On Thursday Vaulen Beachboys meet Buøy at home. It will be interesting
to see if Vaulen can continue the good start they got last week when they
won 4-2 away to Randaberg. Gaute Johanessen's Buøy is though believed
to be amongst the strongest 3. division teams. They promoted last season
and have managed to strengthen their team. Buøy is known as a team
filled of routine and is very aggressive!
The injury list
is a bit long at the moment with Stig Molde (sick), Sondre Urban (long
term injury with a thigh problem) and Kjetil Aasland (knee ligament) still
out. Also right winger Stein Ivar Andersen and central defender Jan Egil
Salvesen was missing on training on Monday with minor knocks. Manager Tore
Haugvaldstad will hope that the two vital players will be back on the training
on Wednesday. Else is defender Erik Gysland believed to be missing the
game due to job duty. If so Tore Haugvaldstad can be without the two central
defenders he used with success against Randaberg. Jan Erik Pedersen and
Gitle Martell Aarre is alternatives in the defence. While Erik Hildén
and Ole Bjørn Bredesen can be choosed to replace Steini if he fails
to recover in time.
list for C team
Vaulen is proud to be one of the few clubs in the area that have three
senior teams. This season will the Reserves and the C-team be close connected
and train together, something that hopefully will improve the level at
both set of players. Seven-a-side football has been more and more popular
the last seasons and the level seems to get higher for every season. This
time Vaulen C is likely to play in a 12 games league that kick off already
in April. The announcement of the C team's fixture list mean that all the
league games for the senior teams now is set. All the games can be found
Vaulen (1) 1 - 1 (0) Buøy Vaulen managed
to keep an unbeaten Buøy side to a 1-1 draw at home on Thursday,
this according to Nærbø's
homesite! Buøy that before this game had won over Viking
2 (3-0) and Orre (1-3) with ease. Next up is Viking 2 next week, a side
that will be very young as the first team is to travel to La Manga, Spain,
for their preseason. The two best teams from Vaulen's group will go past
to the Quart finals.
had lined up his team in a 4-4-2 formation. Since last game was Salgado
moved up as striker for Ekholdt that was on the bench. On the right side
of the midfield was Ole Bjørn Bredesen playing instead of an injured
Stein Ivar Andersen. At the left was Landsnes moved up to replace Salgado,
while Hildén took the left full back position.
in a fresh way. Inge Martin Hinna scored Vaulen's goal early in the game
on a pass from Salgado. Buøy had as expected an old team that played
much on their physics and being aggresiv. Still was it Vaulen that created
the biggest chances. Knut Hammer Larsen should though equal the score in
the second half. The game was hard and dominated by many duels. The crowd
didn't got to see much fine play, but due to the type of play Buøy
serves that wasn't expected. The boys from the island was whining around
the whole game on the referee, their own players, the opposite team and
the crowd! So no one was shocked when former Viking player Rolf Sverre
Østerbø was sent off after 80. minutes. After this Vaulen
created chances that should had given them the win.
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played solid at the back, but lack some on the pass quality forward. Else
was Tom Arne Bø Pedersen (pictured) and Bjarne Hov playing one good
half each in goal, meaning that Vaulen will get a luxury problem in that
gave new win
II (1) 1 - 2 (2) Vaulen Vaulen beated
Viking II 2-1 on Vestbanen on Wednesday evening with a new assistant manager
on place. Svein Øksnevad will help Tore Haugvaldstad after it has
been known that Stig Molde now rather wants to consentrate on only being
a player. Svein that was Vaulen boss from 1999 to 2001, will know the players
started with Jan Erik Ahlstrand Pedersen in the centre of defence playing
next to Erik Gysland. Meanwhile was Jan Egil Salvesen moved up in an unfamiliar
left midfield role replacing Bredesen. Up front was Ekholdt replacing Salgado.
largely snowfall the last days was Vestbanen usebal to play on, being the
training ground for Tippeliga side Viking it was only being a bit hard.
Hinna scored both of the goals. The first one on a break trough pass from
Anders Idsø that was snapped up by paceful Hinna, the second
almost identically but now was it Jarle Eike that found Inges.
Viking 2 started
with nine Junior players in addition to Tom Stian Lunde and Leif Gunnar
Smerud. They played nice football, but on each minor mistake Vaulen won
the ball and pushed forward. Viking managed to score one goal after 35.
minutes, but Vaulen was the best team despite being ineffective in front
of the Viking goal. Beachboys should at least had two more goals. Stein-Ivar
Andersen is back from an injury problem, and played the last 15. minutes.
Steini is likely to start next game. Man of the Match was Inge Martin Hinna
with his two goals. But also central defenders Erik Gysland and Jan Erik
Ahlstrand Pedersen must get credit.
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Else can snowfall
the last days mean problems for Vaulen. Snow on the astro turf can't be
moved with a tractor. But the players has anyhow been told to meet up on
Hinna on Thursday as usual.
midfielder Stig Molde will be out for a long while to sort out an ankle
problem. Stikkå joined Vaulen this winter after some seasons for
Storhaug FK. He struggled whole last season with the same ankle problem,
and has not been any better. He therefor choosed to take an operation.
The 33 year old is perhaps Vaulen's most expirenced player with a professional
career Germany for 1. FC Union and USA for Georgtown Metros. Manager Tore
Haugvaldstad got Stig to the club as playing assistant boss, but after
a while Stig desided that he only wanted to be a player. The board have
therefor brought in Svein Øksnevad as new assistant for Tore Haugvaldstad.
is defender Kjetil Aasland likely to return in a couple of weeks after
a knee ligament injury. Sondre Urban is still out with a thigh problem,
while Stein-Ivar Andersen was back on the bench against Viking 2
and is likely to start Vaulen's next game against Orre late in next week.
- Week 8
Egil Salvesen has been a success since his move to Vaulen this winter -
having played all of Vaulen's preseason games so far. He has impresssed
most in the centre of the defence, but has also been tested on the left
winger. After several years in Riska FK young "Salvi" had lost some of
his motivation for football. He had moved away from Hommersåk to
Mariero, and to travel several miles to train wasn't to be. Therefor he
choosed a more local club that was to be Vaulen. After Salvesen had trained
some weeks with the club he desided to sign for Vaulen early in February.
# Vaulen Vårcup
will kick off on Monday and the official opening game at Hetlandsbanen
will be Hana 2 versus Vaulen 1 in class G, Smågutt. All the games
the coming weeks will though mean that the Reserves now is set to move
to Hinna for their training sessions. Get the results from Vaulen Vårcup
# Vaulen will
this season also have a Senior team for women. In years have youngsters
dropped out from the club after Junior level, but this year will Vaulen
participate with a 7-a-side team.
# Next game
up for the first team is away to Orre. A win here will send Vaulen a step
closer to the final stages in Nærbø's Vinterserie. The two
best teams from Vaulen's group will qualify for the Quart final. There
is five groups in the cup. From group 1 to 3 will two teams qualify as
this is groups with 2. and 3. division sides. From each of Group 4 to 5
will only one team go trough for the final stages. If Vaulen should qualify
for the Q-final will they play this game in Week 12. With the Semifinal
and Final to be played in Week 14. The final stages will find place at
kicks off again
After several years without a Junior team in Vaulen IL, have the club this
season managed to get together a big squad. Vaulen's team will play in
the 3. division this season, and coach Rune Abrahamsen has a luxury problem
with in total 27 players available tp choose from. The youngsters train
twice a week - on Mondays at Hinna Kunstgress and on Thursdays they play
at Hetlandsbanen. The players is born from 1983 to 1986, but most of the
players is in their first year as Junior players of them has none played
at this level with Vaulen previously.
After the team
came together this year have they played three preseason games. First they
lost 1-0 to local rivals Jarl. Later they have lost 6-1 to Vardeneset and
5-2 to a strong Sola side.
squad: Noah David, Erik Eikill, Øystein Eltervaag, Gaute Fosså,
Tor Are Førland, Steffen Hegelstad, Aleksander Henriksen, Edwin
Hereid, Cato Foss Iversen, Ruben Johnsen, Erik Solberg Johnsen, Bjørnar
Jonassen, Stian Jåsund, Christian Lyse, Lars Henrik Mariero, Runar
Moi, Naret Nordbotn, Øyvind Nygaard, Thomas Nyland, Christian Pedersen,
Erik Rafoss, Buster Skjødt, Espen Smistad, Espen Sodha, Magnus Soland,
and Christian Tollefsen.
list - 3. division: Brodd (A - 07/05 - 19.00), Hinna 2 (H - 14/05 -
19.00), Lura 2 (A - 21/05 - 19.00), KFUM (H - 29/05 - 19.00), Hundvåg
2 (A - 03/06 - 18.00), Brodd (H - 12/06 - 19.00), Hinna 2 (A - 18/06 -
19.00), Lura 2 (H - 24/06 - 19.00), KFUM (A - 14/08 - 19.00), Hundvåg
2 (H - 19/08 - 19.00), Brodd (A - 27/08 - 19.00), Hinna 2 (H - 04/09 -
19.00), Lura 2 (A - 09/09 - 19.00), KFUM (H - 18/09 - 19.00), Hundvåg
2 (A - 23/09 - 17.00).
Vårcup: The ball is rolling
23.rd edition of Vaulen Vårcup kicked of yesterday. With media ringside.
Stavanger Aftenblad printed a story called 'Vårcup on ice and snow'
on their front page in the sport section. A thick layer of snow had been
removed before the opening game between Vaulen and Hana 2, a game that
Vaulen lost 0-3. With 38 clubs, 267 teams and 550 games to be played Vaulen's
300 volunteer's will get enough to do the next months.
has in many ways get near what we can call a limit of what we can take
in numbers of teams," said tournament leader Terje Holm to Stavanger Aftenblad.
I've said that will we always try to find room for every team that wants
to compete in future tournaments," meant Holm.
"This is Norway's
biggest national tournament, remember that Norway Cup has a lot of foreign
teams," said assistant tournament leader, Sissel Ordaz.
Last year the
cup gave the club 150,000 kroner in income. They sold for 130,000 kroner
in the shops, while they had an expense of 70,000 kroner in cup trophies!
availebal for selection again!
Defender Kjetil Aasland is now finally back from a knee ligament injury
that he picked up in the POL tournament at the end of last season. Kjetil
seemed to be in a very good shape on the training this week. Aasland is
a defender, but can also be used up front being a former striker. Before
the vital game against Orre on Friday is there doubt about Erik Gysland
is availebal due to job. Meanwhile is it expected that Stein-Ivar Andersen
will play again after an injury break. Meanwhile is Pedro Salgado back
after a week in Portugal. Viking II's 4-2 win over Sandnes yesterday in
SR-serien means that Vaulen's chance to advance to the next round will
be big if they manage to beat Orre.
Else has Hinna's
Bjørn Helge Husebø been training with the club lately. "Bønna"
is a central defender.