SPRING Gully ended Colts United's winning streak in the Bendigo Amateur Soccer League's women's championship on Sunday.
Playing at home, Gully fought back from a one-goal deficit at half-time to score a 2-0 victory.
Jade De Marchi and Ally Van Dalen were on target for the Reds, who are now within two points of the ladder-leading Colts in the championship race.
Gully’s best were De Marchi, Paige Conder and Van Dalen.
Best for Colts were Bethany McDonald, Carly Maher and Ebony-Jade Jones.
Epsom scored a 1-0 win against Golden City in a match where Jacinta Dikkenberg was on target.
Best for the Epsom Scorpions were Maddison Ridsdale, Melissa Vanzetta and Ainsley O’Connor.
Golden City’s best were Kristel Belbin, Tayla Hogan and Brodie Key.
Eaglehawk’s Carly Geary, Sally Norman and Chloe Parker were on target in a 3-1 win against Strathdale.
The Hawks’ best were Saraya Arman, Simone Arman, Carly Geary and Ailish Archold.
Best for Strathdale were Lil Waters, Kelsie Rowlands, Liz Gallagher and Hannah Lancaster.
The top two in the men’s division won hard-fought contests.
After a scoreless first half, Strathdale’s Sean Boxshall struck what would be the winning goal on Eaglehawk’s turf.
Spring Gully scored a 3-1 victory against Colts United.
The Epsom Scorpions attack dominated in a 5-1 win against Golden City.
Epsom led 4-0 at the half-time break of the clash with the Rams.