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Mitchell WoodcockSouth Western Times

The South West Football League women’s team continued their domination of country football with an 82-point win over the Country All-Stars at Leederville Oval today.

South West captain Trish Lake booted five goals in the dominant 12.11 (83) to 0.1 (1) victory.

South West captain Trish Lake snaps a goal.
Camera IconSouth West captain Trish Lake snaps a goal.

The South West dominated early, with Kristy Larsen providing her midfielders with ample opportunities from the ruck and Katie Grieve working hard in the midfield.

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Lake was particularly dominant, booting three goals in the first term as she set about kicking a big haul.

The All-Stars stemmed the flow in the second term, but were unable to kick a goal by half-time.

It was a dominant start for the South West in the third term, but a series of behinds hindered their opportunity to grow the lead.

Still they began to increase the lead further, with Lake leading the way in attack while Larissa Versaci and Grieve dominated the clearances.

Goals to Grieve and Versaci late in the third term made sure they got reward for effort and went into the final break leading by 68 points.

Unfortunately though for the South West, small forward Montana Tate went off with a shoulder injury in the third term, ending her game prematurely.

There were few highlights in the final term, as both teams began to show the wears of the game.

Bethany Bond soccered her second goal in spectacular fashion, while Lauren Patane kicked a nice running goal to continue the South West’s stranglehold on the game.

South West midfielder Karen Cowley kicks long.
Camera IconSouth West midfielder Karen Cowley kicks long.

SWFL 4.1 6.2 10.9 12.11 (83)

CAS 0.0 0.1 0.1 0.1 (1)

Goals: SWFL – T. Lake 5, B. Bond 2, M. Tate, C. Zappia, K. Grieve, L. Versaci, L. Patane.

Best: SWFL – K. Grieve, T. Lake, L. Versaci, K. Cowley, K. Larsen, M. Tate. CAS – L. Chapman, T. Coyne, C. Comeagain.

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