A DRAW, a thriller and a belting made sure the South Australian Women’s Football League (SAWFL) had plenty of varied results on the weekend in just three games.
SAWFL Round 13 Results:
ADELAIDE UNIVERSITY 1.0 | 2.1 | 3.1 | 4.1 (25)
CHRISTIES BEACH 2.0 | 3.0 | 3.1 | 3.1 (19)
Adelaide University: S. Walker 2, M. Zander, R. King.
Christies Beach: T. Eastwood, T. Power , C. Cavouras.
Adelaide University: C. Tsoumbris, N. Collie, E. Boles, R. King, G. Dadds, E. Davison
Christies Beach: C. Cavouras, A. Browne, S. Pratt, R. Searle, H. Crump
Adelaide University have drawn level with Christies Beach after a sensational nail-biting six-point win over the second placed side. Christies Beach booted two goals to one in the first term, and lead by five points at the main break. After half-time however, Adelaide University booted the only two goals of the half, taking control and restricting their opponents to just one behind. Stephanie Walker booted two goals, while Matilda Zander and Rachel King both kicked a goal for the winners. For Christies Beach, Czenya Cavouras was named the team’s best and booted a goal, along with Tallara Power and Taylah Eastwood. Teenager and South Australian Under 18s captain, Esther Boles was named among Adelaide University’s best, with Cassandra Tsoumbris and Nicole Collie.
MORPHETTVILLE PARK 1.0 | 3.2 | 3.2 | 6.3 (39)
SALISBURY 2.5 | 2.5 | 5.7 | 5.9 (39)
Morphettville: L. Buchanan 3, T. Meyer, L. Whiteley, A. Moritz.
Salisbury: K. Rosenzweig 3, A. Woodland 2.
Morphettville: L. Buchanan, E. Kellock, L. Whiteley, A. Moritz, A. Magi, T. Meyer
Salisbury: S. Gundlach, A. Woodland, K. Rosenzweig, A. Zbierski, M. Freeman, S. Murphy
Morphettville Park have come from behind with a fantastic three goals to zero final term to steal two points from Salisbury in a thrilling finish to their Round 13 match. While Morphettville Park have locked up top spot, it cost Salisbury third position, after Adelaide University recorded a win in its match. Lauren Buchanan booted three goals for the winners and was the difference on the day for Morphettville Park, while Angela Moritz, Tahlia Meyer and Lisa Whiteley also found their way onto the scoreboard and were named in the best, as was Ellie Kellock. For Salisbury, Katelyn Rosenzweig continued her strong form upon returning from the AFL Women’s Under 18 Championships, booting three goals, while Ashleigh Woodland nailed two majors. Both players, along with Shae Gundlach were named in the best.
PORT ADELAIDE 0.1 | 1.2 | 1.3 | 1.3 (9)
FITZROY 5.3 | 7.7 | 13.9 | 18.13 (121)
Port Adelaide: A. Gould.
Fitzroy: C. Biddell 4, M. Rich 3, R. Martin 3, H. Martin 3, M. Elsegood 2, I. Parkin 2, M. Newman.
Port Adelaide: J. Greet, L. Beck, J. Macolino, A. Gould, K. Howell
Fitzroy: C. Biddell, M. Rich, I. Parkin, A. Lowery, R. Martin
Fitzroy had a percentage-boosting win over Port Adelaide, piling on 11 goals in the second half to run away with a 112-point victory. The Lions restricted the Magpies to just the one goal for the game, while having 31 scoring shots in an impressive display. Fitzroy had five multiple goal kickers in the win, with Chelsea Biddell‘s four-goal best on ground performance the clear standout. Megan Rich (three goals), Isabelle Parkin (two) and teenager Rachelle Martin (three) were also busy on the scoreboard, while fellow Central Allies representative Madison Newman booted a goal in the win. For Port Adelaide, Ashlee Gould was the sole goal kicker, while Jessica Greet, Lauren Beck and Jessica Macolino were the Magpies’ best in the loss.