MWFA Premier League Men’s Round 9 Review

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 A last-gasp St Augustines equaliser meant that CC Strikers were forced to settle for a share of the spoils in a 1-1 draw at St Matthews Farm on Saturday afternoon.

With both sides heading into the sheds at 0-0, the hosts opened the scoring just two minutes into the second half through Alex Woolston.

After spurning a number of opportunities to extend their lead the hosts were made to pay as Saints equalised with five minutes to play.

“We’re left lamenting another 2 points dropped,” CC Strikers coach Ryan Butcher said.

“We had chances to ice the game but weren’t clinical enough when it came to the final product.

“That’s 4 draws this season and on each occasion we’ve felt like we were the better side, but we aren’t closing the deal and it’s proving costly.

“We are two wins out of the top four and we need to get a wriggle on over the last 6 games – the boys remain determined and they’re certainly capable.”

In other matches, another late strike earned Brookvale a 2-1 win over Wakehurst and Mosman upset Curl Curl 3-0.

Pittwater returned to winning ways with a 2-0 victory over Harbord while Seaforth were too good for Manly Vale, emerging 5-1 victors.

BTH Raiders and Narrabeen played out a 0-0 stalemate.


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