WFC women con­tinue their un­beaten run

Whitsunday Times - - SPORT -


THE in­cred­i­ble un­de­feated run of Whit­sun­day FC’s women’s team con­tin­ued on Satur­day with an im­pres­sive 4-1 win over ri­vals Mackay Broth­ers.

2013 has been an in­cred­i­ble sea­son for the girls who romped home to their fif­teenth con­sec­u­tive win this sea­son.

Up 3-0 late in the game, a de­fen­sive lapse cost WFC a clean sheet but im­pres­sive young striker Darcey Borellini struck late to en­sure the home side had the last say in the 4-1 win.

Kiki Tay­lor was a stand­out for the girls in the win and took out the Harvey Nor­man player of the match award.

In the pre­mier men’s game Coun­try United of­fered lit­tle re­sis­tance as WFC stormed home to an em­phatic 10-0 win.

The home side were firm favourites head­ing into their clash with last-placed United and gave their for and against a healthy boost with a con­stant stream of goals.

Two goals to Wan­der­ers’ Kris Job­son helped them to a 2-1 won over WFC’s di­vi­sion 1 men’s team.

A sec­ond half goal to Mi- chael Lee evened the game up but the home side was un­able to go on with the job in front of their home crowd.

All teams play at the Wan­der­ers com­plex in Mackay this Sun­day with the di­vi­sion 1 women tak­ing on Mag­pies Black at mid­day, the di­vi­sion 1 men ver­sus Lions at 2pm and the pre­mier men play­ing Wan­der­ers at 4pm.

ON THE BALL: Whit­sun­day FC's Darcey Borellini goes af­ter the ball dur­ing her side's 4-1 win over City Broth­ers on Satur­day.

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