There isn’t any local senior action in the region, with the fixture computer not being to kind to us this weekend.
In the WANPL, Rockingham City will be trying their best to beat one of the competitions strongest teams as they travel to Perth Soccer Club.
Head Coach Goran Stajić, points out that Perth SC is a well balanced team and if RCFC win, it will come down to hard work and perseverance.
“We have been playing well all season even though the results have not been going our way but I expect us to be at the required level on Saturday. We will obviously need a little luck, and considering that we haven’t been getting much lately, I hope that it will come back to us at Dorrien Gardens. In saying that, we know what we need to do. We have a plan, we are going there to compete and win, and I believe that we can succeed.
Perth SC is well balanced, it is a team full of experienced players, internationals and is a hardened NPL club. We will have to be at our best if we want to achieve a positive result.”
The Round 8 match of the NPL between Perth SC and Rockingham City be played on Saturday, May 8th 2021 at Dorrien Gardens, starting at 3:00 PM.
In the State League, Mandurah City will take encouragement from last Saturday’s draw with top of the table Western Knights as they travel to Fremantle City. Kick off is at 3pm.
Junior action is happening this Saturday as the Peel Junior Soccer Association starts their competition for the year. Games are held on Saturday mornings (and Friday nights) across 3 venues at South Yunderup, Bortolo Park and Singleton Oval.
On Sunday, in the Women’s State league, both our local teams are at home. Port Kennedy will be hoping to get their first win of the season when they host ECU Joondalup at Lark Hill, kick off at 1115am, while at 3pm, Mandurah City host Armadale at the Securitas Protect Stadium.
In the Amateur Leagues, Peel United will be trying to make it 4 wins from 4 in Division 1 when they host Gosnells City, while Port Kennedy host Emerald.
In the other amateur league games, Mandurah City are home to Floreat Athena, Baldivis are home to Lynwood United and Rockingham City are home to Cracovia.
Other noticeable games include:
In the Women’s Metro league, Baldivis Districts will be hoping to remain top of the league when they travel to Victoria Park.
Mandurah City socials team will also try and keep up their 100% record to the start of the season when they host Queens Park, while in South Division 3, there is a local derby between Warnbro Strikers and Baldivis, Warnbro are another team who currently have a 100% record.
Port Kennedy’s masters team also have a perfect start to the season and they play tonight (Friday 7th) away to local rivals Rockingham United.
The over 45’s team from Port Kennedy also have had a perfect start to the season and will be looking to continue this run when they travel to MUM FC on Sunday afternoon.
There are plenty of other games on Sunday and as its Mothers Day, why not treat your mum to a day at the football, she will love it!
Good luck to all our teams this weekend.