STRATHDALE has continued its goal glut to open the Bendigo Amateur Soccer League women's championship season.
A week after slotting 13 goals against Golden City, the Blues put through 11 in another emphatic victory against Swan Hill.
The 11-0 win continued an astonishing start to the season for Bridget Meadows and Brigid McNamara, who scored five and four goals respectively.
It was the same number scored by both players in the previous week's win over the Rams.
Such is the Blues' dominance in the first two weeks of the season, they are yet to concede a goal.
Following a week off for Easter, the Blues will have a bye and will not return to action until a May 5 home clash against Shepparton, which was soundly beaten by 14-1 Golden City on Sunday and is without a win in two contests.
A hat-trick of goals to Sophie Papalia and a double to Caitlin Georgiou helped Shepparton United to a 6-nil win over Spring Gully United.
Moama Echuca continued its great form to defeat league newcomers La Trobe University 5-3 at Jack Eddy No.1 in Moama.
The potent pairing of Natalie Sands and Courtney Ladgrove made life difficult for the Eagles, with both players ending the match with two goals.
It took the tally for both players after two games to eight, after they scored six apiece in a season opening win against Shepparton.
A hat-trick of goals to Rebecca Berry propelled Colts United to a 5-0 win over Epsom, which was playing its first game of the season.
Holly Hays and Bethany McDonald each scored one for Colts United, which moved its record to 1-1 after a 5-4 loss to Shepparton the previous week.
At McEwen Reserve, Eaglehawk recovered from its week one loss to Shepparton United to down Shepparton South 2-0.
The Hawks scored one goal in each half, with Grace Edlin finding the back of the net in the second minute and Charlotte Edlin sealing the victory with her contribution in the 76th minute.
After two rounds, Strathdale heads the competition ladder on goal difference ahead of Moama-Echuca and Shepparton United, with all three teams on two wins.
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