WFC teams move on in fi­nals cam­paigns

Whitsunday Times - - SPORT -


ANOTHER su­perb per­for­mance from Whit­sun­day Foot­ball Club (WFC) has seen them knock off Mackay ri­vals Lions 2-1 to move within one game of a his­toric grand fi­nal berth.

Play­ing in a knock-out semi fi­nal in Mackay on Satur­day night WFC up­set Lions cour­tesy of sec­ond half goals from Matthew Hoole and Jar­rod Lee.

WFC will now take on the Mag­pies this Satur­day night for a spot in the grand fi­nal af­ter Mag­pies were de­feated 5-3 by Wan­der­ers in the ma­jor semi fi­nal.

Scores were locked at 0-0 at half time be­fore WFC found another gear in the sec­ond half to end Lions sea­son and set up this week­end’s blockbuster with Mag­pies.


WFC’s sea­son-long un­de­feated streak con­tin­ued into their fi­nals cam­paign on Satur­day as they scored an im­pres­sive 3-1 win over their fierce ri­vals the Mag­pies.

With scores locked at 1-1 at half time WFC needed to lift in the sec­ond half and they did just that to score a two-goal vic­tory and a spot in this year’s grand fi­nal.

Ade­line Poid was a stand­out with two goals in the game and young star Darcey Borellini added another goal to her im­pres­sive tally this sea­son as the women booked a his­toric grand fi­nal berth.

They will be tak­ing on the win­ner of the Mag­pies and Wan­der­ers pre­lim­i­nary fi­nal this Fri­day.

GO­ING FOR GLORY: Whit­sun­day FC's premier men’s team To­mas Scar­inci, Bob Spees (coach), Rhodri Jones, Luke Hillery, Ben Smith (cap­tain), Luke Nightin­gale, Matt Hoole, Richard Draper, Jay­den Tween, Scott Lee (back), Daniel Pep­pin, Jar­rod Lee, Ryan Lee, An­thony No­bilia, Mark Kil­lian and To­mas Mor­ing af­ter their cru­cial fi­nals win over Lions on Satur­day night.

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