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After a 5-0 demolition of Bayside Blues in Pennendale Primary's first real match, Megs is on cloud nine. Particularly after bagging a hat-trick with half the school watching. But after scouring the papers for Val's report, he is disappointed to see that there are only a couple of lines in the Pennendale Press next to the lawn bowls section and above an ad for Barb and Pete's Bloomin' Great Nursery. Not quite the big-time Megs was expecting, that's for sure. But Meg's competitive spirit will soon be tested when the Wanderes discover that a major prize awaits the year's champions. And things become evenmore heated when Pennendale's arch rivals hatch a mean-spirited campaign to make things even more difficult for the new team on the block. Will the Vootball Kids band together in the face of adversity? Can Megs remain focused on football despite some spiky issues at home? And how will the kids perform in their first season playing competitive football? Scarves and Sombreros is about dealing with racism, tackling adversity, and striving for shared goals. Oh yeah... And it's still about football!
Neil Montagnana-Wallace was Marketing and Events Manager at the Football Federation of Victoria, and wrote Our Socceroos in 2004, which was how he struck up a friendship with Mark Schwarzer. Currently, when not writing, Neil is the Marketing and Strategy Director of Woof Creative Solutions. He also plays in Victoria's State Leagues and is a Senior Licence coach. Mark Schwarzer has established himself as not only Australia's premium goalkeeper, but one of the world's best, playing in the English Premier League. Mark's heroics in the penalty shootout that got Australia to the 2006 World Cup will forever be remembered as a highlight in Australian sport.