Big win for WFC against Coun­try United

Whitsunday Times - - SPORT -


WHIT­SUN­DAY FC picked up two wins from three games at the Whit­sun­day Sports Park on Satur­day.

The pre­mier men were the big­gest win­ners on the day, putting seven goals past Coun­try United to claim a morale-boost­ing 7-3 win.

Af­ter a slow start to the sea­son WFC have turned the cor­ner in the last few matches and will be keen to string more wins to­gether to push for a fi­nals berth in Septem­ber.

They will be hope­ful of an­other pos­i­tive re­sult when they take on Cru­saders this week­end, a team they have al­ready beaten once this year.

The di­vi­sion one men bat­tled hard in their 2-0 loss to Sa­rina on Satur­day.

An im­proved over­all per­for­mance kept the side in the con­test for the en­tire 90 min­utes but they were un­able to con­vert their chances in the two goal loss.

They will look to bounce back from the loss when they travel to Mackay to play Rangers this Satur­day.

The women’s team con­tin­ued it’s un­de­feated sea­son with a stir­ring 3-0 win over Coun­try United.

They have now won a per­fect nine from nine games and are out­right lead­ers of their com­pe­ti­tion.

The girls have con­ceded only three goals this year and are now favourites for the women’s ti­tle.

All teams are play­ing in Mackay at the Lions Soc­cer Club this Satur­day start­ing with the di­vi­sion 1 men ver­sus Rangers at 2.30pm, the women against Wan­der­ers at 4.30pm be­fore the pre­mier men take on the Cru­saders at 6.30pm.

CLEAR­ING THE BALL: Wayne Bor­re­lini clears the ball for Whit­sun­day FC's di­vi­sion 1 team dur­ing Satur­day's loss to Sa­rina. Photo Nar­darh War­ren

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