Dour strug­gles as teams get down to busi­ness

South Western Times - - Sport -

GOALS were hard to come by in the South West Hockey League women’s com­pe­ti­tion, as the places for fi­nals heats up.

Marist kept them­selves within strik­ing dis­tance of top spot with a 1-0 win over Town­sSouth at the Bun­bury Hockey Sta­dium on Fri­day night.

Heather Bol­huis scored the only goal for the Blues, with Court­ney Bar­ton and Pia Kirk star­ring for the win­ners.

Ge­orgina Dowd and Charli Wick­steed were solid for Town­sSouth, who are fight­ing for a spot in the top four.

As­so­ci­ates put them­selves into fi­nals con­tention with a fan­tas­tic 2-0 win over Col­lie at the Col­lie Hockey Sta­dium on Sun­day.

Tah­nee Gib­bons and Denby Lynn scored for As­so­ci­ates to get them their eighth win for the year.

Bat­tlers Ex­ies and Capel played out a nil-all draw, with both teams try­ing to get an elu­sive win.

Heavy­weights Boy­anup and Robins also drew, with both teams scor­ing a goal in their clash in Bus­sel­ton on Sun­day.

The All Blacks scored through Shonel Vuletich, while Robins’ goalscorer was Jor­dana Baynon.

This week­end Col­lie host Robins up the hill, while Capel take on Town­sSouth.

As­so­ci­ates and Ex­ies play on Sun­day at the Bun­bury Hockey Sta­dium from 12.15pm, fol­lowed by the sec­ond-placed Marist and the com­pe­ti­tion’s best side in Boy­anup that af­ter­noon.

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