Savoys remain on top after securing a draw
“Once they got the ball and were attacking we didn’t have many options when we went forward, just because of that system.
“They really held their own in that, I thought they did really well, but the defence and midfielders also did extremely well.”
The Savoys host St Pat’s in round five, who lost their weekend match against Wangaratta City 6-1.
“We’ll go in confidently,” Caponecchia said.
“I think St Pat’s have improved over the last couple of years, they’ve really played well.
“It’s a tough game but we will go in there trying to win.”
The Savoy reserves also had limited players to draw from due to injuries and sickness, but put in a good performance to tie their match 0-0.
The division 2 Savoy women enjoyed the bye, and will face St Pat’s in a home game this weekend.