MWFA women’s Premier League round 15 review

MWFA women’s Premier League round 15 review

NEWLY appointed Seaforth coach Mitch Paterson conceded it has been a ‘brutal year’ for his team following Sunday’s 3-0 defeat at the hands of Manly Allambie.

Paterson, who replaced Ash Mathieson after he chose to step aside midweek, felt Tess Olsen was the difference for the visitors.

“She is a quality player Tess, she just knows where to be at the right time,” Paterson said.

“Manly Allambie were also up for it, they wanted it more.

“It has been a tough year for us with injuries, brutal at times, but I can’t fault the effort.

“We will keep working hard until the end of the season.”

Elsewhere, Brookvale ended Avalon’s finals hopes after a 1-0 win and Wakehurst beat Forest Killarney 3-0.

On Wednesday night, Manly Allambie face neighbours Manly Vale at Millers from 7pm, Brookie take on Beacon Hillat Graham’s (7pm)and Avalon play Seaforth out of Narrabeen Sports High (7.15pm).