Sin­clair leads where oth­ers fol­low

Cockburn Gazette - - SPORT -

COCK­BURN City romped to a 4-0 win over In­gle­wood United to climb into the NPLWA’s top four.

De­spite be­ing with­out NPLWA top scorer Daniel Robin­son through sus­pen­sion, Cock­burn got on to the score­board al­most im­me­di­ately when Hasani Sin­clair headed home a goal af­ter just five min­utes.

The vis­i­tors were able to make it 2-0 be­fore half-time af­ter a piece of Devon Gib­son magic had him leave two de­fend­ers in his wake be­fore he kicked the 30th minute goal.

Cock­burn picked up in the sec­ond half right where they had left off, when they needed just 11 min­utes to again find the back of the net, this time off the head of Hay­den Stevens, be­fore putting the fi­nal nail in the cof­fin just be­fore the fi­nal whis­tle when Ash­ley Rosin­dale scored against his old club.

It was the third con­sec­u­tive game in which Cock­burn had scored four goals.

Ar­madale was left dis­ap­pointed af­ter it went down 5-0 to Rock­ing­ham City. Af­ter 13 rounds Cock­burn City are fourth on the lad­der while Ar­madale are ninth.

Both Cock­burn and Ar­madale will travel for round 14, Cock­burn to take on ECU Joon­dalup while Ar­madale will face Perth Glory. Both games will kick off at 3pm on June 29.

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