There is only one place to start our review of the weekend fixtures, and that is the Football West State League final between Fremantle City and Mandurah City. The match kicks off at 5pm at the home of Bayswater City. There are several ways you can watch the game. First, please attend in person and watch the game live. Admission is only $10 for adults and $5 for concessions. If you are unable to attend the game in person, the Halls Head Cricket Club will show the game live on the projector screen in the clubhouse. Finally, there will be a live stream of the game, just head to the Football West You Tube channel closer to kick off to watch the match.
Speaking to the excellent http://www.footballwa.net Joe O’Brien said “Last week was a very intense game to be a part of, the confidence going into the shootout was very high as the whole squad has a very strong mentality, and it showed a lot of quality to put away all our penalties and save their final one,” he explained. “We’re looking forward to playing Fremantle as they’re a team in great form, so it’ll be a good test for us. We’ve been in this situation before and we’re playing good football so we’re confident we can add another trophy to the cabinet.”
We will be at the ground, providing updates to the game for those who are unable to watch in one form or another. Just head to our Facebook page https://www.facebook.com/Nextgoalwinspod, closer to the kick off for regular updates.
For the remainder of the weekend, there is the second round of the Amateur Night Series competition. On Sunday, Peel United play South West Phoenix at 1pm, while Port Kennedy take on Kwinana United at 3pm. Both these games are being played at Kelly Park, home of Kwinana.
Also on Sunday, the Women’s Night Series competition reaches its second round and Port Kennedy take on Mandurah City, kick off at 7pm at the home of Armadale Soccer Club.
As ever, we would like to wish all our teams the very best of luck for the weekend’s games.