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BEACON Hill remain the team everyone is chasing following Sunday’s 3-1 win against old foes Brookvale.

Gun striker Ayse Adalis finished with a brace for the hosts in what was another impressive team performance at Beacon Hill Oval.

“It was a tough game, I really enjoyed it,” Beacon Hill coach Vince Vescio said.

“Brookie are a good team, I’m sure they will end up right up there, their midfield were very dangerous.

“Ayse (Adalis)…I don’t know what else I can say about her, she is just so deadly in front of goal.

“I was also happy in how we bounced back after the (recent) Avalon defeat.”

Elsewhere, goals from Jules Waugh and Sav Geddes saw Manly Vale topple Wakehurst 2-0 and Manly Allambie moved up to second spot after outclassing Seaforth 3-0.

Forest Killarney host Avalon, who won their state cup game, on Tuesday night at Melwood Oval.


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