WARRNAMBOOL-BASED soccer trio Will van der Starre, Harry Bermingham and Nathan Phillips are eager to continue their winning ways after enjoying a rich vein of form with club and region.
The close friends and club teammates recently came back from an undefeated tournament representing the Geelong region in the under 17s at the Victoria Country Championships in Albury.
The trio's side went through the junior tournament without conceding a single goal to any opposition on their way to back-to-back wins, after last year winning in the under 16s.
At club land, where they play for Geelong Rangers in the FFV Metropolitan under 17s competition, they are also undefeated after seven games.
The players - Phillips as a winger and van der Starre and Bermingham as centre midfielders - have been regular faces in the Rangers' squad since joining the club last season.
Phillips, 15, who is eager to score more goals, said consistency was the key to keeping up the undefeated run.
"The goals for the rest of the season is just keeping the momentum and keep the attack going," he said.
For van der Starre, 15, his ambition for the remainder of the year was similar to the team's mentality.
"It's to keep playing my best and have a really good season and impress my club and all my teammates," he said.
Bermingham's goal for the rest of the season was to improve himself.
"I want to build up some strength up and try to give 110 per cent every game to do the best for my team," he said.
The only place outside of home the boys aren't together is school. Bermingham is at Emmanuel, while Phillips and van der Starre are at Warrnambool College.
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