WOMEN’S DIVISION 1 | ROUND 14 REVIEW

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Kiama Quarriers 2 (Allira Giles-Gregory, Ellie Wright-Pedersen) Shellharbour Scorpions 2 (Caieta Bazzano, Mikayla De Jong)

Kiama and Shellharbour played out a 2-2 draw at Kiama SC on Sunday afternoon.

The Quarriers took the lead at the 20-minute mark from a cross into the centre of the box for a precise finish.

It wasn’t until the second half where the Scorpions would find the equaliser form Caieta Bazzano, striking a sharp shot at goal from just inside the 18-yard box and finding the back of the net.

Kiama retook the lead late in the second half with a tap in from a rebound ball off the cross bar.

With just minutes to go, Shellharbour fought back with the final equaliser for the game through Mikayla De Jong who fired a powerful shot from long-range to set the scores at 2-2 at full-time.

Shellharbour will host a dominant APWE side next Sunday afternoon, whilst the Quarriers will come up against Warilla Wanderers who have yet to win a game this season.

 

Woonona 4 (Lindsay McLeod 58’, Georgia Lang 61’ 82’, Nikita Woods 83’) Warilla Wanderers 0

An impressive second half from Woonona, saw the side record a 4-0 win against Warilla Wanderers on Sunday afternoon.

A slow start to the match, saw both team’s head into the shed at half-time with the scores at 0-0.

It didn’t take long for Woonona to open the scoring, with a goal in the 58th minute from Lindsay McLeod.

Two minutes later, Georgia Lang scored Woonona’s second for the match, which was later followed by her second goal for the afternoon, setting the score at 3-0 with 20 minutes to go.

Woonona’s attack continued to dominate with a final goal from an experienced Nikita Woods in the 83rd minute, securing the home side a 4-0 win over the Wanderers.

Woonona will visit their neighbours next Sunday in a clash against the Thirroul Thunderbirds, whilst Warilla will host the Kiama Quarriers at King Mickey Oval.

 

Albion Park White Eagles 6 (Jessica Rossi 40’, Samantha Waterworth 42’, Eliza Cowan 46’ 57’, Michelle Foscarini 61’, OG 81’) Bulli 0

Bulli were able to hold Albion Park out for the majority of the first half, until a late goal from Jessica Rossi gave them a 1-0 lead.

It wasn’t long until APWE found their momentum with a goal from Samantha Waterworth just three minutes before the half-time whistle.

The second half commenced, and Eliza Cowan bagged Albion Park’s third goal straight from the kick-off.

It didn’t take Cowan long until she secured her second goal for the match in the 57th minute.

Four minutes later, Michelle Foscarini found the back of the net to set the scores at 4-0 with less than 20 minutes to go.

An own goal from Bulli in the 81st minute secured an undefeated Albion Park a 6-0 victory.

APWE will hope to continue their undefeated ways as they take on the Shellharbour Scorpions this Sunday afternoon. Meanwhile, Bulli will host University, who currently sit in second place.

 

University 1 (Tahlia Petrovski 20’) Thirroul Thunderbirds 0

University just snuck away with a 1-0 victory over the Thirroul Thunderbirds on Sunday afternoon.

Tahlia Petrovski continued her scoring ways with a long-range chip that flew into the back of the net, taking the lead in the 20th minute and scoring the only goal for the match.

A strong defence line from the Unicorns saw them hold out their 1-0 lead until the final blow.

University will travel to Balls Paddock next Sunday fighting for a fourth straight win, whilst the Thunderbirds will host a strong Woonona side who sit in fifth place, with a game at hand.

 

Alison Dinh

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