By Chris Curulli
Seaforth cruised to a 3-1 victory over Beacon Hill in damp conditions at Seaforth Oval on Sunday afternoon.
Ciara Harding scored a brace and Brie Brown found herself on the scoresheet as Seaforth earned their second win of the season so far.
Beacon Hill did pull one back in the second half after Annelise Allan converted a penalty but they were largely marshalled well by a strong Seaforth defensive performance, meaning their wait for a maiden victory in 2020 continues.
Their coach Chris Wood was impressed by his side’s application in challenging conditions.
“We knew we just had to go out there and put in a good performance regardless of anything else to come away with the three points,” he said.
“We probably should have scored more, especially in the first half but when we kept it simple that is when we scored our goals.
“We were comfortable for a lot of the game but didn’t really let our foot off the gas too much which was good to see even with the conditions being not too great.”
It was a great afternoon all-round for the Seaforth squad with their reserve grade side moving to the top of their competition after enjoying a 2-1 win.
In other matches, Mosman went top of the Premier League with a 3-2 win over Manly Allambie, Wakehurst edged past Pittwater 2-1 and Manly Vale enjoyed a comprehensive 8-0 victory over Brookvale.