Christina Aberley and Gina Bachous battle it out.
Christina Aberley and Gina Bachous battle it out.

Women shine at One Mile Ovals

THERE was plenty of football action at One Mile Ovals on Saturday afternoon as the open women teams staked their claim to be a part of the finals action.

Playing on the number one field second placed Lions faced off against Valley Rangers.

Valley Rangers’ defenders Debbie Kross and Melissa Denien played strong, but couldn’t match the pace of Lions’ attackers Christina Aberley and Courtney Cross.

Lions won the game 4-0 to cement second spot on the competition ladder, just one point behind competition leader Diggers.

Diggers playing on field two got off to a flyer against third placed Golden City.

Diggers’ Vicki Lines and Susan Milham played strong.

However Golden City rallied in the second half with Sam Frahm and Sonia Welch playing well.

They team scored three goals and drew the game three all.

Golden City Green had the bye.

This Saturday Golden City Gold has the bye.

Diggers play Lions and Golden City Green play Valley Rangers at 1.45pm.

Catch tomorrow’s Gympie Times for a story about the Golden City men’s side that has made their way through to the Mecano Cup final.

They play Bundaberg team Across the Waves.

The Golden City team will try and win the two match contest and be named the best club side in Wide Bay.

LADDER

 Diggers

26 

 Lions

25 

 Golden City Gold

16 

 Valley Rangers

9 

 Golden City Green

0 

Gympie Times


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