Catch-up matches to be played

SKILLS: Colts United's Ben Langan sets up an attack in last Sunday's victory against Eaglehawk. Picture: JODIE DONNELLAN

SKILLS: Colts United's Ben Langan sets up an attack in last Sunday's victory against Eaglehawk. Picture: JODIE DONNELLAN

THE Bendigo Amateur Soccer League goes into a catch-up round this Sunday for the division one men’s and women’s competitions.

A couple of key contests will be played.

In the division one men’s action, Eaglehawk host Strathdale at Truscott Reserve in California Gully from 3pm.

The Hawks will be wary of Strathdale’s formidable attack.

Golden City will be keen to follow-up from last Sunday’s victory when it tackles Epsom in consecutive weeks.

This time the City Rams are on Epsom’s turf.

Play kicks off at 11am.

Spring Gully take on Colts United in a match that will help shape the finals series.

Both are determined to gain a top-two finish and double chance in the finals.

Colts United’s key midfielder Josh Raeburn had surgery during the week after a cheekbone was broken in a head clash against Eaglehawk.

The match starts at 3pm.

In the women’s division, the match of the round will be the top of the table match between Colts United and Spring Gully.

This match is on Gully’s turf in Stanley Avenue at 1pm.

Spring Gully will be determined to show the league it can match it, or beat, the best.

Colts United will be just as desperate to continue its unbeaten run.

Epsom is on the rebound from a shock loss to Golden City.

The Epsom Scorpions have home-pitch advantage for this match at 11am.

Strathdale should be too strong for the improving Eaglehawk at Truscott Reserve.

The Hawks have lifted their play in recent games and will fancy their chances of taking at least a point at home.

The Hawks and Blues do battle from 1pm. 

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