The MWFA Women’s Premier League title will be decided on the last day of the home and away season! Seaforth have top spot heading into Sunday’s fixtures, but they know that any dropped points could open the door for second-placed Beacon Hill.
Seaforth have home field advantage for their final fixture, with Manly Allambie set to be their opponents on Sunday afternoon. A run of 16 points from a possible 18 has taken them to within touching distance of league success, can they add the league title to this year’s Women’s Challenge Cup and Football NSW State Cup successes?
Beacon Hill will host Brookvale at Beacon Hill Reserve. They’ve been banging in the goals recently (14 in their last three games), and more of that attacking firepower is required if they are to snatch the title from Seaforth. Beacon Hill are also looking to complete a league double over Brookvale after winning 2-1 at Grahams Reserve in Round 7.
After an excellent campaign, Manly Vale have fallen just short of a Premiership. However, Vale are on the hunt for a fourth consecutive victory and there is still an outside chance of them finishing second – they host Pittwater RSL at David Thomas Reserve.
Finally, Wakehurst will be seeking a return to winning ways ahead of the semi-finals. The Challenge Cup finalists will be at home for a game against Curl Curl, and we can expect a tight battle after the teams split the points at Abbott Road earlier in the season.
Sunday 13 August, 3pm
Beacon Hill v Brookvale, Beacon Hill Reserve Field 2
Manly Vale v Pittwater RSL, David Thomas Reserve Field 2
Wakehurst v Curl Curl, Lionel Watts Oval Field 4
Seaforth v Manly Allambie, Seaforth Oval Field 1
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