Although Mandurah City women’s state league side lost 5-0 on Sunday to end their season at the bottom of the table, there is much optimism going around for next season. Head of the women’s football department, Mel Loreto said that the State League side are so young and the experience they have had this year will only benefit them for seasons to come. As for the game itself, Mandurah held their opponents UWA Nedlands at 0-0 for the first half, before the home side showed their dominance in a rousing second half display.
There was no game for Baldivis Districts in the Amateur leagues, so all the attention was on the Metro divisions and what a great weekend it was. In the South Division 1, Port Kennedy drew 3-3 with Perth Saints which made them 8 points clear at the top of the table and one had on the trophy. In the South Division 2, Port Kennedy are also incredibly close to winning that league as well. A 6-2 away win at Leeming Strikers means they 3 points ahead of Kalamunda United but have played a game more. Also in the Division, Rockingham United won the battle of the two local teams, beating Warnbro Strikers 5-2.