Sydney exact revenge on arch-rivals Roar

Daily Telgraph

W-LEAGUE
SYDNEY FC coach Alen Stajcic says his side face a massive challenge if they are to regain their W-League crown, despite routing Brisbane Roar to move level on points with Canberra at the top of the ladder.
The Wanderers also scored the club’s first win, a 2-0 success against Perth. Trudy Camilleri hit both goals in a 2-0 win that knocked Perth Glory off top spot.
Sydney, the 2010 winners, domi- nated two-time champions the Roar on Saturday, creating numerous goalscoring opportunities in a 3-1 win to claim a degree of payback after the Roar eliminated the Sky Blues in a highly contentious semi- final last season.
On that occasion, Stajcic and prolific Sydney striker Kyah Simon
were sent off as tempers boiled over. However, the first meeting between the pair since proved to be relatively low key, with just one caution issued.
Sydney trail Canberra on goal difference only after the reigning champions recorded a 3-1 comeback win over Adelaide United.
The competition ladder remains congested after three rounds, with seven of the eight teams having claimed a win.
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