Spring Gully faces big test

Eaglehawk players celebrate after taking the lead in the division one clash with Strathdale at Truscott Reserve. Picture: GLENN DANIELS

Eaglehawk players celebrate after taking the lead in the division one clash with Strathdale at Truscott Reserve. Picture: GLENN DANIELS

THE last of the catch-up rounds in the Bendigo Amateur Soccer League's championship will be played on Sunday.

Match of the day in division one will be Spring Gully at home to Eaglehawk.

Gully is five points behind the ladder-leading Eaglehawk.

The Hawks held a one-goal lead before Lonain Burnett struck with a late equaliser for the Blues.

Strathdale takes on Golden City at Beischer Park.

City led 2-0 at half-time, but went down 4-2 to Colts United.

Epsom is  fifth position and a mathematic possibility of making the finals.

The Scorpions need to take all three points in their hit-out with Colts United.

In the women's championship, the ladder-leading Colts United takes on third-placed Epsom.

Colts is three-points clear of Spring Gully.

The Gully is at home against Eaglehawk.

A strong challenger in the title race, Spring Gully cannot afford any slip-ups.

With the club very much still in the title race, Gully can’t afford any slip ups towards the end of the season.

It will not be an easy task for the Reds against an Eaglehawk side that scored a convincing win against Strathdale last round.

Golden City travels to Strathdale.

There is plenty to play for as five points separate the three teams fighting for fourth spot on the ladder.

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