Womens Cup Quarterfinals 2012

Bankwest Women’s Cup Quarter Finals wrap

Monday, August 06, 2012

A wrap on the weekend’s results.

Report by James Mooney

Queens Park SC (Prem) 3

Quinns FC (Div. 1) 0

@ Coker Park

Queens Park continued through to the semi finals of the Bankwest Women’s Cup after a 3-0 win over Quinns FC.

Although it was Premier versus Division One, Quinns did put in a strong performance but were unable to put one past their superior opposition.

Both sides started slow as Queens Park were cautious of the strong performing Division One side, while Quinns were always the underdogs.

Queens Park went into half time with a one-goal lead however both coaches were unconvinced of either side’s performance.

Early into the second half Queens Park found the next two goals to seal the game and move towards the next stage of the cup round.

Beckenham Angels SC (Prem) 6 (Danielle Calutti, Kirby Larsen, Lindsey Jobling, Kristen Kofler 2, Katarina Jukic)

Balcatta (Prem) 1

@ Mills Park

Beckenham head on through the to semi finals after beating Balcatta 6-1.

The first half started as a close contest with Danielle Calutti opening the scoring inside the 20-minute mark.

Balcatta soon struck back after being awarded a penalty and pulled the game back to one-all.

Beckenham were quick to reply as Lindsey Jobling also converted from the penalty spot soon after.

The game was still anyone’s contest at the half time break with the Angels holding a 3-1 lead.

Kristen Kofler scored soon after the restart followed by Katarina Jukic, which allowed Beckenham to run away with the game.

The results now leave only Premier League clubs left to battle it out for the cup, Beckenham and the Northern Redbacks are tipped favourites however it is still anyone’s contest.

UWA-Nedlands (Prem) 3 (Mathilda Lipscombe Kathryn Schubert 2)

Leeming Strikers SC (Div. 1) 1

@ UWA Sports Park

UWA proved the strength between the Premier League and Division One as they defeated Leeming Strikers 3-1.

The first 20 minutes was all about UWA as Kathryn Schubert opened the scoring from a free kick.

It didn’t take long until Mathilda Lipscombe made it two nil as UWA made the most of their early chances.

Leeming, not to be pushed over, pulled a goal back just before halftime.

The late first half goal pulled the game closer, however Leeming couldn’t find the equaliser in the second half.

Schubert’s second goal came five minutes towards the end of the game allowing UWA to seal the deal.

Northern Redbacks SC (Prem) 7

Melville City FC (Div. 1) 0

@ Celebration Park

The Northern Redbacks have advanced to the semi finals after a 7-0 win over Melville City FC.

The Redbacks have been in fine form over their league campaign and today once again proved their class.

The first half saw the Redbacks jump out of the gates early scoring five goals over the course of the first half to finish the game off before the half time whistle.

The second half saw Melville step up a gear producing a stronger performance, however the game was all but over after the first half onslaught.

Two more goals for the Redbacks in the second half stretch the final result to 7-0.

Redbacks coach Tim Hodgson gave credit to Melville despite the score line, he believes Melville are promotion favourites and today’s game set the standard for the aspiring club.