Round 10 Bankwest Women’s State Premier League wrap
Report by James Mooney
Northern Redbacks SC 4 (Aleisha Dyer x 2, Kirri Bolton, Jacqueline Nellany)
FW NTC U17’s 0
@ Celebration Park
Northern Redbacks edge closer to league leaders Beckenham Angels at the top of the table after taking care of NTC 4-0.
Two goals from each half was all that was needed for the Redbacks to secure full points.
New recruit Kirri Bolton continues to shine adding another goal to her total along with a handy brace from Alisha Dyer.
Redbacks coach Tim Hodgson was impressed with his team dominating play however believes converting more of the chances they create could still improve.
NTC will take on league leaders Beckenham Angels next week while the Redbacks host Queens Park.
Queens Park SC 2 (Nicky Campbell (PEN), Jess Byrne)
East Fremantle SC 0
@ Coker Park
Queens Park were able to grab full points against East Fremantle today in a 2-0 victory at Coker Park.
Both sides were in need of a win to steady the ship, which was always going to create a tight contest; a scoreless first half proved each side’s caution.
Queens Park’s Nicky Campbell opened the scoring early in the second half converting from the penalty spot.
The game was tight the whole way through with East Fremantle creating chances but lacking the final touch to find the net.
The sealer came from Queen Park’s Jess Byrne with a beautiful left foot curler outside the box, allowing Queens Park to close the game out in style.
Next week Queens Park travel Celebration Park to take on Northern Redbacks while East Fremantle host UWA-Nedlands.
UWA-Nedlands 3 (Ashley Jennings x2, Kitty Foley)
Balcatta SC 1
@ UWA Sports Park
UWA-Nedlands recorded a solid 3-1 win against Balcatta at UWA Sports Park today.
In a tight contest it was UWA who were able to put away more chances thanks to a brace from Ashley Jennings.
Balcatta were able to keep in touch with a late first half goal to make it 2-1 going into half time.
Balcatta came out with a spring in their step early in the second half but UWA were able to weather the storm.
Kitty Foley found herself in the right place at the right time from a cross missed by the entire Balcatta defense, which allowed for the easy tap in.
Balcatta can sit back and enjoy the bye while East Fremantle host UWA-Nedlands
Beckenham Angels SC had the bye this week.