Round 13 Bankwest Women’s State Premier League wrap

Report by James Mooney

FW NTC 17’s 0

Balcatta 1 (Ashleigh Panaia)

@ Celebration Park

It was a single goal that was enough for Balcatta to record a 1-0 win against the NTC.

The win keeps Balcatta on pace behind league leaders Beckenham and the Northern Redbacks, along with a nice buffer zone between fourth-placed Queens Park.

The only goal came in the first half from Balcatta’s Ashleigh Panaia thanks to a solo from run midfield to find a hole in the NTC’s defence.

Next round Balcatta host the struggling East Fremantle while the NTC travel to UWA.


Queens Park SC 2 (Monique Gordon 39, Tasmin Roberts 63)

UWA-Nedlands 1 (Aliee Taggart 48)

@ Coker Park

Queens Park were able to collect all three points against UWA-Nedlands today in a 2-1 victory.

Both sides matched each others desire in a game you couldn’t take your eyes off as both sides pushed for maximum points.

Queens Park’s Elise Gordon opened the scoring just before half time pouncing on the end of a lose ball.

The goal gave Queens Park a one-nil lead into the half time break.

UWA were swift to find the comeback trail with Aliee Taggart getting on the end of a lovely through ball to score in a matter of minutes after the restart.

The game was tight and looked to be heading for a draw as chances were missed form both sides, until Tasman Robert’s header pushed Queens Park ahead.

The Roberts goal was enough to give Queens Park a vital three points finishing the game out 2-1 victors.

The win sees Queens Park move ahead of UWA and East Fremantle into fourth spot.

Next round Queens Park can sit back and enjoy the bye while UWA host the NTC.

East Fremantle SC 0

Beckenham Angels 7 (Lindsey Jobling 3, Danielle Calautti 2 Jamie-Lee Gale 2)

@ Wauhop Park

It was another win for Beckenham Angels who cruised to a 7-0 win over East Fremantle.

The usual suspects came up for Beckenham as Lindsay Jobling recorded a hat-trick along with braces from Danielle Calautti and Jamie-Lee Gale.

The first goal came from Jobling in the opening ten minutes, which set the trend for Calautti and Gale to find their first half braces.

The result was all but over by half time with a 5-0 lead.

The game was Beckenham’s, however it was all about Jobling in the second half scoring both sides of the half to find her hat-trick.

Jobling’s third came in the final five minutes as she stepped up to the penalty spot making no mistake to grab her three goals and the three points.

Rivals Northern Redbakcs had the bye this weekend; the win sees Beckenham stretch out to a five-point lead on top of the ladder.

All eyes will be on next week’s clash between the Redbacks as the ball is in their court to prevent Beckenham running away with the league title.