WFC teams move on in finals campaigns
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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.