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10-man NTC holds on for point

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WPL Round 6 - Ashburton v FFV U17 Girls - 11 May 2014

NTC Girls grind out a draw with 10 players against Ashburton Women.

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

DSC06408XXA 10-man NTC Girls held on to a 1-1 draw with Ashburton at Ashburton Park on Sunday afternoon.

The hosts took the lead through an NTC own goal before the visitors found themselves a player down when Sky Jensen was sent off.

But NTC responded bravely and genuine cialis price comparisons drew level thanks to a late strike from Janna Lawson.

It was game of few clear-cut chances with both sides struggling to play their natural games thanks to a mud-filled pitch.

The best chance of we choice the first half came in the final minute when an NTC clearance from an Ashburton corner bounced right out to Maria Patrikis, who smashed it back in the box.

Last Updated on Monday, 12 May 2014 14:07

Sandringham trounces Ashburton

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WPL Round 4 - Ashburton v Sandringham - 27 April 2014

Sandringham puts five past Ashburton Women to win first match in past three outings.
By Andrew Bishara (@_andrewbishara) courtesy FFV website. Photos are in the Gallery - click here 
Photos from the reserves game are here.

DSC04485_1_LargeSandringham got back in the winners’ circle with a comprehensive 5-0 win over Ashburton at Ashburton Park on Sunday afternoon.

Goals by Annabelle Gibney, Stephanie Tanti, Elania Vatcky and a double from Emma Runnalls saw the visitors maintain their unbeaten start to cheap canadian levitra the season.

The sides were evenly matched in the first half with both struggling to create any clear-cut chances.

The deadlock was finally broken with seven minutes remaining, when Runnalls rose highest from a perfectly delivered Tanti corner to header in the opener.

Before Ashburton knew what happened, the visitors doubled their lead minutes later.
Last Updated on Tuesday, 29 April 2014 15:26

Quigley fires Eagles to maiden win

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WPL Round 3 Boroondara v Ashburton 13 April 2014

W-League recruit Racheal Quigley's hat-trick powers Boroondara to 4-1 win over Ashburton Women.

By Jason Turner (@jaseangelo) courtesy FFV Website
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DSC03467_1_LargeRacheal Quigley’s hat-trick has guided Boroondara to its maiden Sportsmart WPL win after a comfortable 4-1 victory against Ashburton Women at Knox Regional Soccer Centre.

Quigley’s class and an Emma Hubbard goal proved the difference, despite Ashburton pulling one back before the break with Bonnie Barnes’ corner being spilled into the net.

With both sides yet to register a win, a disappointing opening half from Ashburton played into the hands of the Boroondara, which had displayed some promise in its opening two games.

The Eagles swooped early on some nervous defending from Ashburton with W-League recruit Quigley latching onto a poor clearance and hitting a low crisp shot past Ingrid Philippe.

Quigley was a constant menace, finding space in behind Rhiannon Jacobs and the mastercard viagra wider support from Ellen Turner and Greta Low.

Boroondara enjoyed much of the possession in its attacking third, while Ashburton looked sluggish trying to get forward.

Last Updated on Monday, 14 April 2014 12:59

Lions roar to first win

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WPL Round 2 - Ashburton v Bulleen - 6/4/14

Match Report by By Andrew Bishara (@_andrewbishara) courtesy FFV website

DSC02748_1_LargeThree-goal second half sees Bulleen Lions take the points in 3-1 win over Ashburton.

A second-half comeback saw Bulleen Lions record a 3-1 victory over Ashburton Women for its first win of the Sportsmart WPL season.  

The visitors found themselves trailing at halftime thanks to a Wendy Lopez strike, but changes at the break saw Bulleen power home with goals from Emily Coppock, Cindy Lay and Lia Privitelli.

The first half produced few chances with both struggling to take a hold of the game.
Last Updated on Monday, 07 April 2014 09:41

Box Hill kicks off season in style

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WPL Round 1 - Box Hill v Ashburton

Hat-trick to buy cialis generic online Jasmina Pedic fires Box Hill United to 5-2 win over Ashburton Women.

By Andrew Bishara (@_andrewbishara) courtesy FFV website

DSC01996_1Box Hill United kicked off its Sportsmart Women's Premier League campaign in style with a 5-2 win over Ashburton Women at Wembley Park on Friday night.

A hat-trick by new recruit Jasmina Pedic and wow)) goals by Ellie Brush and Natalie Exon cancelled out a double from Jesse Kotsikas as the hosts took the points.

The game was action-packed from as early as the third minute when Box Hill's Mandi Giannopoulos brought down Brittany Thomas in the box.

Christine Pfeiffer stepped up to the take the penalty but keeper Melissa Barbieri produced a stunning save, though the penalty had to be retaken as Box Hill players had encroached the box.

Last Updated on Saturday, 29 March 2014 14:43

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