MWFA Premier League Women’s Round 4 Review

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By Chris Curulli

Seaforth bounced back from a disappointing midweek defeat to capture their first three points of the season in a come-from-behind 2-1 victory over Wakehurst at Seaforth Oval on Sunday.

Camille Brennan opened the scoring for the visitors 15 minutes into the match.

Seaforth worked hard to gain a foothold in the contest and Ciara Harding eventually found the back of the net to square the ledger.

Both sides pushed on in search of a second and it was the hosts who broke through with less than ten minutes to play as Abbey Cosh delivered a pinpoint ball for Sophie Larsen to tap home the winner.

Seaforth captain Maddie Kilpatrick believes the result was down to an impressive team effort, demonstrating how the squad’s tough pre-season is beginning to pay off.

“Coming off the back of a few losses is always a bit disheartening but all the girls put in a hundred percent for the full 90 minutes,” she said.

“Personally, I think that we played together as a team, rather than as a group of individuals.

“I feel like our fitness is what really got us there, allowing us to still be able to put in that hundred percent right to the last minute, so that’s a big credit to the training we’ve been doing with our coaches Chris and Tess.”

Elsewhere, Manly Allambie extended Beacon Hill’s winless run to start the season with an impressive 4-0 victory, while Mosman came from behind to edge past Manly Vale 2-1 at David Thomas.

Pittwater appears to be well over their early season woes after securing their second straight win, this time emerging 3-1 victors over Brookvale.


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