Spring Gully hits the front

Josh Naunton

Josh Naunton

SPRING Gully has overtaken Colts United in the race for the Bendigo Amateur Soccer League's women's championship.

The Gully scored a 5-1 victory in Sunday's clash at Strathdale as Colts United, leader before round 13, had a bye.

Spring Gully led 4-1 at half-time of the clash with the Blues.

Jessica Hartland struck two goals as Paige Conder, Shania Cromb and Ally Van Dalen were all on target for the Reds.

The only downside for Gully was an own goal.

Best for Spring Gully were Jessica Hartland, Paige Conder and Shania Cromb.

Epsom scored a 5-2 victory on Eaglehawk's turf.

Tara Thomas achieved a double as the Triple Js, Jo Hill, Jacinta Dikkenberg and Jacinta Morrissey beat the Hawks defence.

Eaglehawk's goals were struck by Chloe Parker and Amy Skvarc.

In this Sunday's play, Eaglehawk hosts Colts United, Epsom clashes with Golden City.

Spring Gully and Strathdale have the bye.

The top two in the men's division one competition, Strathdale and Spring Gully played out another thriller on Sunday at Beischer Park.

After being one-all at half-time, Strathdale kicked away to win 3-2.

Shaun Allen scored two goals and Sean Boxshall added the other for Strathdale.

Both of Gully's goals were struck by Joel Bish.

Strathdale's best were Julian Taylor, Nathan Sartori and James Clayton.

Best for the Reds were Matt Ford, Joel Bish and Wes O'Shaughnessy.

No goals were scored in the Eaglehawk and Epsom clash.

Eaglehawk's best were Chris Harvey, Justin Warren and Daniel Kelly. Epsom's best were Hamish Gladstone, Adam Crawley and Brett Quin. 


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