Womens Premier League | Round 7 Review

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BROOKVALE are back in the top four following a grinding 3-2 win against Beacon Hill on Sunday.

Sara Ahlen, Gill Foster and Jemma Euers scored the goals at Cromer Park in what a cracking fixture.

“It was a good performance, we have been playing well the past few weeks and not getting results,” Blues coach Colin Euers said.

“The competition is very close this year, anyone can win it, we seem to have a new leader every week.

“Our new players are beginning to gel, the signs are there that we can improve.”

Other games saw Seaforth upset Manly Vale A 2-1 and league leaders Wakehurst outclassed Manly Vale B 5-0.

Avalon had the bye.



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