Leaders do battle again on Colts turf

REDS ATTACK: Spring Gully faces a big game at Strathfieldsaye as the Bendigo Amateur Soccer League's ladder-leaders do battle once again.

REDS ATTACK: Spring Gully faces a big game at Strathfieldsaye as the Bendigo Amateur Soccer League's ladder-leaders do battle once again.

A FORTNIGHT after ending Colts United's unbeaten run, Spring Gully will try to so again in Sunday's Bendigo Amateur Soccer League women's championship match.

In the race for the title, Colts United is two points clear of Spring Gully.

Colts has home-pitch advantage at Strathfieldsaye for the round nine match.

This season's meetings between the teams have been on Gully's turf.

Colts won 3-2 in round two before Gully struck to win 2-1 on June 29.

Sunday's match kicks off at 11am.

The round starts on Saturday when Epsom and Strathdale do battle in the women's match from 5pm at Epsom-Huntly Reserve.

The Scorpions will be determined to strike back after a 7-2 loss to Colts United.

The Kevin Merchant Memorial Trophy will be played for the first time when Epsom faces Strathdale under lights from 6.30pm.

Strathdale is top of the ladder and seven points clear of nearest rival Spring Gully.

In Sunday's play, Colts United takes on Spring Gully at Strathfieldsaye.

United and Eaglehawk are third and fourth in the race and separated by goal difference.

The Hawks will start favourite in their match against Golden City at Truscott Reserve in California Gully.

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