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Round 21 Bankwest Women’s State Premier League wrap

October 04, 2012 By: Penny Category: Competitions

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Monday, October 01, 2012

A wrap on the weekend’s results.


Report by James Mooney

Northern Redbacks SC 4

Beckenham Angels SC 3 (Kirby Larsen, Lindsey Jobling, Katarina Jukic)

@ Celebration Park

The Northern Redbacks defeated league champions Beckenham Angels 4-3 yesterday at Celebration Park.

It was the perfect fixture to end the season on, although Beckenham had confirmed top place, the Redbacks and Beckenham were both this season’s benchmark teams.

The Redbacks came into the game with the hope of beating the Angels for the third time this season.

It was Beckenham who had a chance to jump ahead in the first minute of the game but solid defending from the Redbacks saw the chance cleared off the line.

The early miss for Beckenham saw the team drop down a couple of gears, as the Redbacks were able to put on some score line pressure.

The Redbacks took a 2-0 lead going into the half time break.

Beckenham finally got swinging with goals to Kirby Larsen and Lindsey Jobling pulling Beckenham back into the contest.

The Redbacks not to be flustered found another goal to extend their lead, however a goal from Beckenham’s Katarina Jukic soon made it three a piece.

It was to be the Redbacks day though who managed to find another goal near the end to see out the game 4-3 winners.

This will not be the last time these two teams face each other this year, as the Bankwest Women’s Cup Final between the two will be next Sunday October 7.

East Fremantle SC 2

Balcatta 5

@ Wauhop Park

This game was played on September 9, which saw Balcatta defeat East Fremantle 5-2.

The win helped Balcatta confirm their spot in third place at the season’s end.

East Fremantle finished in sixth place, although second from bottom, many predict their young players will shape some big plans for next season.

FW NTC 17’s 0

UWA-Nedlands FC 2

@ Celebration Park

This game was played on Thursday September 20 which saw UWA-Nedlands defeat FW NTC 17’s 2-0.

UWA-Nedlands finished the season off in fifth place, however it was only a matter of four points separating them from third place Balcatta.

FW NTC 17’s closed out the season in seventh, however continue to develop the future young women’s talent in the State League and beyond.