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WPL Round 10 - Ashburton v Casey Comets - Wednesday 23 July 2014

Ashburton has picked up an important point with a 2-2 draw against Casey Comets on Wednesday night.

By Sean Ellicott (@SeanEllicott) courtesy FFV Website. Photos of the match are in the Gallery.

AWSC v Casey 23 July 2014_6Ashburton Women and Casey Comets have fought out an entertaining 2-2 draw during their Round 10 catch up match on Wednesday night at Knox Regional Football Centre.

Tayla Vlaeminck bagged a first-half brace, completing her double just before the break, while both Jesse Kotsikas and Melina Ayres found the cymbalta online back of the net for the home side within the opening 45 minutes.

With the initial fixture abandoned due to cialis cheapest online prices an inadequate surface, Casey surrendered a golden opportunity to maintain touching distance with the top five, whereby a victory would have placed them seven points adrift of buying levitra in canada a finals place.

Meanwhile, Ashburton picked up their first point since defeating Monbulk in Round 9, keeping their slim chances of survival alive who now trail Cairnlea by eight points.

The final scoreline however could not be seen as an accurate reflection to the opening stages of the contest with Casey bursting out of the blocks.

Last Updated on Thursday, 24 July 2014 11:21

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AWSC has the following tables set aside: Table 23 for WPL & Reserves, Table 22 for State 2. and Table 24 for any other AWSC people and friends .
Book now, and tell your friends to reserve a table!

Last Updated on Thursday, 17 July 2014 14:59

Eagles too strong for Ashburton

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WPL Round 14 - Boroondara Eagles v Ashburton - 10 July 2014

By Tim McGlone courtesy FFV website. Photos are in the Gallery

AWSC v Boroondara 20 July 2014_11Boroondara Eagles has recorded back-to-back victories following a 4-0 win over Ashburton on tramadol cash on delivery Sunday afternoon.

The victory follows last week’s stunning upset of ladder leading South Melbourne, and gives the Eagles temporary ownership of third place ahead of Monday night’s clash between Bundoora United and Heidelberg.

In muddy conditions at Ashburton Park, the visitors raced to a two goal lead inside 15 minutes.

A great ball from Ash Callaghan found Aliesha Newman in space on the right flank, with the speedy winger’s vicious strike finding the back of the net to put the favourites in front.

Boroondara scored again two minutes later in unusual circumstances, when a clearance from Ashburton goalkeeper Alex Pocklington struck the back of Ellen Turner, rebounding into goal.

The visitors dominated possession for most of the first half, with Ashburton struggling to clear the ball from their own half.

Newman was providing plenty of cheap cialis order online problems with her pace down the right flank, and almost provided a goal for Emma Hubbard just before the half-time interval.

Last Updated on Thursday, 24 July 2014 11:11

Bulleen returns to click now the summit

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WPL Round 13 - Bulleen v Ashburton - 14 July 2014

Bulleen surges to top of the Sportsmart WPL table with 4-0 win over Ashburton Women.

By Sean Ellicott (@SeanEllicott) courtesy FFV website Photos of the match are in the Gallery

xDSC01815_LargeBulleen Lions has returned to the top of the Sportsmart WPL with a comfortable 4-0 win over Ashburton on Monday night at David Barro Stadium.

Despite Bulleen performing far from its best, three first-half goals from Olivia Edwards, Eleni Fakos and Cindy Lay had the discount cialis prescriptions result wrapped up before the break, before Emily Coppock converted a penalty in the final minutes.

Entering the contest two points shy of league leader South Melbourne, which was defeated for the first time this season at the weekend, a galvanised Bulleen raced away to a 1-0 lead after only 90 seconds.

Running onto a raking cross from forward Lia Privitelli, Edwards volleyed her strike into the back of the net from 18 yards.

Last Updated on Tuesday, 15 July 2014 14:32

Box Hill bounces back over steely Ashburton

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WPL Round 12 Ashburton v Box Hill 6 July 2014

Box Hill United snaps four-game losing streak, while Ashburton coach is left extremely proud in 3-2 loss.

By Andrew Bishara (@_andrewbishara) courtesy FFV Website - Photos of the match are in the Gallery . Photos of the Reserves are in the Gallery here.

XDSC00727_LargeBox Hill United ended its four-game losing streak with a 3-2 win over a spirited Ashburton at the Knox Football Centre on Sunday.

In a seesawing game, the hosts twice took the lead through Christine Pfeiffer and Melina Ayers, before goals by Jasmina Pedic, Ruby Foottit and Natalie Exon saw the visitors snatch the points.

The game kicked off with a frantic pace and very good site saw Ashburton take the cheap generic levitra india lead through a cracking Pfeiffer strike.

Some great teamwork down the wing saw the ball get passed in centrally to an unmarked Pfeiffer.

Smashing it first time, the ball rocketed to the roof of the net, leaving United 'keeper Melissa Barbieri stranded.

Last Updated on Tuesday, 08 July 2014 21:29
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