Mandurah City’s ladies state league team were again on the end of a defeat on Sunday, going down 6-1 away at Perth AFC. Four goals from Perth’s Spill was the clear difference between the two teams. Baldivis Districts returned to winning ways with a 2-0 win against Subiaco in the amateur league division 1. In the metro competition, Port Kennedy won 13-0 away at Fremantle City, Rockingham United lost 2-0 at home to Canning City and Mandurah City lost 4-2 away at South Perth United in south division 2, while in south division 3, Rockingham United beat Rockingham United 5-2.
Baldivis maintained their 100% start to the season on Sunday with a fine 2-1 win away at Chipolopolo FC. This win now makes it 5 out of 5 for the team. Plenty of goals in south division 1 as Port Kennedy drew 3-3 at home to Fremantle City, Mandurah City won 5-4 away at Leeming Strikers and AFC Rockingham drew 2-2 at home to Queens Park. Baldivis’ south division 2 side won 4-1 at home to Victoria Park, Port Kennedy drew 3-3 away at Spearwood Dalmatinac and Peel United had a staggering 8-4 win away at South Perth United. Peel United south division 3 side were not as fortunate as they lost 6-3 at home to Lynwood United while in south division 4, AFC Rockingham lost 4-3 at home to Emerald FC while Murray District Rangers were held 1-1 at home to Brozzy Soccer Club.
Port Kennedy suffered a 5-2 loss to local rivals FC Shoalwater in the Masters South Premier Division on Sunday as Baldivis also lost, 2-1 away at Fremantle City in South Division 2. Baldivis’ Over 45’s continued the losing streak as they went down 5-2 away at Leeming Strikers.
The games involving AFC Rockingham in the Over 45’s and Mandurah City in the South Division 2 were cancelled.
It certainly wasn’t a dull Sunday in the men’s amateur competition, with a total of 32 goals scored in the games involving our local clubs.
In the premier division, Peel United’s yo-yo form continued as they went down 5-3 away to Jaguar FC. With this win, the home side maintained their 100% record, while Peel now sit in 6th place.
Port Kennedy’s season also continued in disappointing start as they went down 6-0 away at Gosnells City, while in division 2 Mandurah City lost 2-0 away at Bassendean Caledonian. we did register a win in division 3 as Baldivis beat Sutherlands Park 4-2 but in division 4, winless Warnbro Strikers remain bottom of the table with a 9-1 loss away at Joondanna Blues.
It may have been a cold and wet Saturday afternoon, but it was raining goals at our 2 state league games played and also produced a double win for the second week running.
Mandurah City continued their fine goal scoring run with a 7-1 demolition of Quinns FC. Two goals from Joe O’Brien and Hamish Van Dieken helped the home side to this comprehensive victory.
An excellent Robbie Galvin free kick helped Rockingham City to 3 points against Forrestfield United. Rockingham were a goal down and out played in the first half, but a good half time team talk from interim coach Darren Donnachie was enough for the home team to completely dominate the second half.
In the reserves competition, Mandurah City won 5-3 but Rockingham City lost 2-0 while in the under 18’s, Mandurah City won 5-0 while Rockingham City lost 3-2
Following last week’s action where both our local sides were away from home in the state league, the fixture computer has now made both teams play at home this weekend.
Rockingham City will be hoping to carry on from where they left off last week with a game against Forrestfield United. The visitors are only 2 points ahead of Rockingham so a win for the home side will defiantly get them to a nice mid table position. Both teams seem to be struggling to find the back of the net so far this season, with only 13 goals scored between them in the 11 games they have played.
Mandurah City however, currently don’t have a problem with scoring, after a series of scoring 4 every week, they went one better and scored 5 against Subiaco last Saturday. Sixth placed Quinns FC are the visitors on Saturday and although they are 4 points behind Mandurah, they do have 2 games in hand. A win for either team will enhance their chances of promotion this season.
Both games kick off at 3pm and entry is free to both games.
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Now onto this week’s around the grounds, where we look at what’s going on away from the playing side of the
We start at Rockingham City who are holding a Big Boppa’s Bingo on Friday 10th June. It’s bingo but not as you know it, more fun up than eyes down for this one. Gather a few friends and join us for a night of fun, games, prizes and laughter. Tickets at http://bigboppasbingorcfc.floktu.com/
If bingo is your thing, then how about going to Peel United’s quiz night on Friday 3rd June. Come and enjoy a night filled with fun facts and laughter. Tables are available for puchase at $80, with a maximum of 8 people per table ($10 per person for a team of 8). Make sure to have your team names and lucky pens ready! Scrub up on your trivia, facts and history, we might even throw in some fun Football questions for you to answer!
Please arrive early to get your tables and drinks ready, quiz will start at 7pm. Our bar will be stocked with all your faves so make sure to organise a designated driver. Also, remember to bring your own food and snacks to enjoy over the night.
Maybe music is your thing? Warnbro Strikers Soccer Club, will be holding a tribute night staring the Blues Brothers Revue & ABBA – Cadabra, with guest DJ Knightsy on Friday 15th July.
Ticket Price include, entry to the event, food & table nibbles. Alcohol and soft drinks will be available at the bar at club prices.
It will be packed with a fantastic atmosphere, great food, drinks and raffle prizes. This will be a 16+ event so come along and have some fun!
Limited Tickets Available So Get In Quick! https://www.eventbrite.com/e/blues-brothers-abba-tribute-night-tickets-323713294177?aff=efbeventtix
Another music event is happening on Saturday 18th June at Mandurah City. Quafrophonics are a tribute band playing the hits from bands like Pulp, Blur, Oasis and The Stone Roses. Tickets can be bought online at https://quadrophonics.floktu.com/
There were not many games in the Junior Girls section this weekend, but that didn’t stop Baldivis Districts winning 6-4 at home to Whitford City (Green) in Division 4, while in the Under 16’s Division 1, there was another game of 10 goals as Port Kennedy beat Fremantle City 8-2.
Highlights of the Junior Boys section included Port Kennedy’s Under 13’s division 2 side winning 3-0 away at Wanneroo City and taking them to the top of the division, while in the South Division 1, Rockingham City beat Fremantle City 11-0.
In the Under 14’s, both Port Kennedy and Baldivis hit 6 each in the South Division 3. Port Kennedy won 6-0 at home to Aubin Grove and Baldivis won 6-2 at home to Curtin University.
There must have been something in the water at Rockingham City as the Under 15’s South Division 1 side beat Canning City 13-0. The team have already scored 24 goals in just 3 games so far this season. Sitting in 2nd place in the table are Baldivis who beat Fremantle City 4-0.
Warnbro Strikers Under 16’s had a good 6-3 win at home to Lynwood/Ashfield in Division 1, while Mandurah City’s Division 2 side moved up to 2nd place with a 4-2 win away at Kalamunda United.