Goals continue to flow

CHHA. Robins reached another season milestone in round 14 with Mustangs on the wrong end of the most goals scored in a game; a 10-1 result.

Meanwhile, Tigers bounced back to record their fifth win in six games, earning a 3-0 win over Irishtown.

In the Robins v Mustangs game, Robins’ Laura Berechree made her presence felt early, scoring in the first three minutes of the match.

Despite Mustangs’ Nakore Popowski and Leanne Innes-Smith putting in a solid effort to keep out the red and white, the half ended with the score at 4-0.

At the start of the second half, Mustangs looked to be making a comeback with Tenille Scott converting from a one-on-one with the goalie.

Although Mustangs fought hard to the end, six more goals to the league leaders took the result beyond doubt.

Tigers and Irishtown were next on the field, with both teams playing strongly in the opening stages.

Neither team was able to get past the other side’s strong defensive work; Melissa Stokes leading the way for Tigers, and Annabel Dixon for Irishtown.

Mid-way through the first half, a quick break away saw the ball meet the stick of unmarked Kylie Monson at the top of the circle – a swift one-touch hit resulting in Tigers’ first goal.

After half time, both teams emerged hungry for the points as the younger players stepped up with some impressive plays.

Tigers were able to lift their intensity in the second half, highlighted by several attempts on goal hitting the goal posts.

With minutes to go, Tigers scored another two goals to clinch the game with a 3-0 win.

In Div 3, Irishtown Yellow had their first win of the season defeating Tigers, and Irishtown had a comfortable win over Robins.

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