Mackay snatch a draw

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WHIT­SUN­DAY FC PRE­MIER MEN

A SEC­OND half equaliser has once again cost Whit­sun­day FC’s pre­mier men’s team all three points as they drew with Mackay Cru­saders 1-1 this week.

A first half goal to WFC’s To­mas Scar­inci got the vis­i­tors away to a great start but they were un­able to push for­ward with their ad­van­tage and put the game to bed.

In the sec­ond half the Cru­saders hit back through Jar­ryd Lawton and scores re­mained 1-1 for the rest of the game.

WFC have won three, drawn five and lost only two games this sea­son and cur­rently sit in fourth spot on the com­pe­ti­tion lad­der.

DI­VI­SION 1

Sa­rina were too good for WFC in di­vi­sion 1, run­ning away with a 4-1 win.

Michael Lee scored for Whit­sun­day on Satur­day in the first half and at the end of the first pe­riod scores were locked at 1-1.

The sec­ond half was a dif­fer­ent story as Sa­rina turned on the style, with four unan­swered goals in­clud­ing a hat-trick from Ju­lian Saye.

WOMENS

Goals to Darcey Borellini, Tyrah Dunn and Jenny Diver helped WFC’s womens side to main­tain their stel­lar 2013 record against the Lions on Satur­day.

The team’s two-goal win was their twelfth win this year and they are shap­ing as firm favourites for the over­all ti­tle.

Tyrah Dunn was a stand­out in the win and earned player of the match hon­ours.

All teams play at Mag­pies in Mackay this Satur­day with the di­vi­sion 1 women play­ing Wests United at 5.30pm and the pre­mier men tak­ing on Mag­pies at 7pm.

The di­vi­sion one men have a bye.

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