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Box Hill bounces back in style

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WPL Round 17 - Box Hill v Ashburton - 9 August 2013

Box Hill responds to Round 16 disappointment to beat Ashburton 4-0.

Match report by Tim McGlone courtesy of FFV website. Photos are in the Gallery. Photos of the State 3 match v Glen Waverly SC are in the gallery .

Box Hill v Ashburton 9 Aug 2013_4BOX Hill bounced back from its surprise loss to Sandringham last week with a convincing 4-0 victory over Ashburton at Darebin International Sports Complex on Friday night.

In difficult conditions forward Seyma Erenli produced a sparkling performance, scoring a double in what was a dominant display by the reigning premiers.

United very nearly took the lead after just 30 seconds when Grace Vincent snuck past the Ashburton defence, only to blast her shot well over the crossbar.

The chance was a rare moment of excitement in what was a very dour first half.


 Both sides struggled to deal with a strong breeze that was heavily favouring the Ashburton scoring end, and the small crowd who had braved the conditions had to wait until stoppage time for a goal.


A dangerous ball from Cassandra Tsoumbris found Erenli at the near post after the speedy Box Hill forward had somehow weaselled her way in front of a defender, before finishing cleverly.

Last Updated on Tuesday, 01 October 2013 12:50

Bulleen edges out Ashburton in tight encounter

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WPL Round 16 - Ashburton v Bulleen Lions - 4 August 2013

Bulleen earns a hard-fought 3-2 win against Ashburton via a contentious goal.

Match report by Andrew Bishara (@_andrewbishara) courtesy of FFV website -Photos of the State 2 match v Noble Park are in the Gallery - Photos of the match v Bulleen are in the Gallery. 

Photos of the Reserves match are in the Gallery.

Ashburton v Bulleen 4 August 2013_4BULLEEN Lions mastered the tough conditions to grind out a 3-2 win over a 10-man Ashburton in a thrilling, tight contest at Ashburton Park on Sunday.

Ashburton took the lead thanks to a Christine Pfeiffer header, but the game was turned on its head when Federica Frew equalised for the Lions through a contentious non-offside decision.

The resulting goal enraged Ashburton to question the lineswoman’s decision.

In the ensuing debate, referee Melanie Closter delivered a straight red to Ashburton’s Kristin Stensholt, after the player had allegedly made an offensive gesture to the lineswoman.

The game remained tight in the second half thanks to the heavy rain, but the Lions pushed through for a deserved win after Lia Privitelli and another Frew strike cancelled out a Lions own goal.

Last Updated on Monday, 05 August 2013 14:40

Ashburton Dominates Cairnlea

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WPL Round 15 - Cairnlea v Ashburton - July 28 2013

Ashburton keeps finals hopes alive with emphatic 5-1 win over Cairnlea.

Match report by Xavier Player (@xtgplayer88) courtesy of FFV website. Photos of the match are in the Gallery; Photos of the Reserves match are in the Gallery

Cairnlea v AWSC 28 July 2013_15CAIRNLEA Park played host to an entertaining clash between Cairnlea and Ashburton on Sunday afternoon.

It was Ashburton which came out on top though in the blistering cold with an emphatic 5-1 victory highlighted by a Maria Patrikis double.

Ashburton signalled its intent from the first whistle with Chloe Drinoczky asserting her dominance down the left wing.

It wasn’t long before the visitor had its first real scoring chance with Bonnie Barnes breaking clear before Candice Sallama made a crucial save at her feet without a shot being fired.

Ashburton’s dominance continued without success as a 30-yard effort from Kristen Stensholt flew wide to frustrate a side in desperate need of the three points to keep its finals dream alive.

Last Updated on Monday, 29 July 2013 13:08

South Melbourne Womens records another win

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WPL Round 13 - Ashburton v South Melbourne 14 July 2013

Match report by Tom Ng courtesy FFV website - Photos are in the Gallery

Ashburton v Sth Melb 14 July 2013_12SOUTH Melbourne Womens inflicted another 4-0 scoreline against Ashburton this season on what was a blustery Sunday afternoon at Ashburton Park.

A brace from Tiffany Eliadis and another each for Dani Gudelj and Adriana Durakovic saw the table topper maintain its superiority at the summit.

The match itself started slowly with the wind playing havoc with the ball anytime it went in the air.

The gradient of the pitch also failed to aid South Melbourne in its attacking forays, seeing most of its through balls run down the hill.

Its biggest weapon in the midfield, Morany Chek, was especially dangerous as she found gaps in the Ashburton defence.

It took the visitor close to half an hour to finally break the deadlock when Gudelj made the most of a through ball from Natalie Martineau to round the ‘keeper and put South ahead.

The goal was just rewards for its efforts as the play had largely been in Ashburton's half.

Last Updated on Monday, 15 July 2013 10:59

Sandringham again too strong for Ashburton

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WPL Round 12 - Sandringham v Ashburton 8 July 2013

Match report by Thomas Baldock courtesy of FFV website. Photos are in the Gallery

Sandringham v Ashburton 6 July 2013_6SANDRINGHAM has maintained its unbeaten record at Kingston Heath in the 2013 season, repeating its Round One match-up with a 2-0 victory over Ashburton.

Sandringham held a one-goal lead for most of the match thanks to a headed finish from Emma Runnalls, but could not secure a two-goal buffer until the dying minutes.

Ashburton had few opportunities to score, but a chance to draw the scores level remained while Sandringham failed to capitalise on its dominance.

The momentum shifted in Sandringham’s favour within the first ten minutes of the match and stayed with the home side until the final whistle.

Ashburton’s goal went under constant assault, with several Sandringham players having early attempts on goals.

In the first 20 minutes, four different players each had a close attempt on goal but through either the efforts of Ashburton goalkeeper Ingrid Phillipe or a lack of precision, those attempts were unsuccessful.

Ashburton began making mistakes attempting to pass the ball out of defence, while Sandringham’s confidence in front of goal was growing.

Last Updated on Wednesday, 10 July 2013 12:36

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