Hervey Bay Rangers II goal-keeper Clifton McInnes in action against Kawungan in the Fraser Coast League men’s second division showdown.
Hervey Bay Rangers II goal-keeper Clifton McInnes in action against Kawungan in the Fraser Coast League men’s second division showdown. KARLEILA THOMSEN

Football finals all sewn up

ALL has now been revealed in the race to win a Fraser Coast League soccer premiership and it has nothing to with two male Danish streakers this week like it was the previous week.

Sunbury have won the minor premiership in the men’s first division competition after beating Granville 4-1 in the final round of the regular competition.

Two goals each from Anthony Mollee and Josh Linwood secured the title for the defending premiers at Maryborough’s Federation Park while Scott Thomsen replied for Granville.

Another Maryborough club, Doon Villa, finished second on the ladder after beating third-placed United Warriors 2-1.

Joel Nielsen and Lachlan Kenny scored the all-important goals for Doon Villa while Nick Mitchell was on target for United Warriors.

The results mean Sunbury will now play Doon Villa in the major semi-final at Federation Park on Saturday while United Warriors take on Kawungan in the elimination clash in Hervey Bay.

In the women’s first division competition, United Warriors, who wrapped up the minor premiership last week, drew 2-all with Kawungan.

Lexi Core and an own goal are on the scoresheet for United Warriors while Jodi Alexander and Emma Jordison did the damage for Kawungan.

Sunbury finished third on the ladder after goals from Averyll Loft and Suzanne Algie earned a share of the points in a 2-all draw with Doon Villa.

Courtney Berkery scored twice for Doon Villa.

Second-placed Tinana beat Bayside Strikers 3-2 thanks to goals from Michelle Howson, Kate Gianarakis and Casey Ferguson while Ciaro Gamble found the back of the net twice for Bayside Strikers.

In the other game of the round, Sandy Straits Sharks, who finished fourth, crushed Fraser Flames 5-2.

Chernae Beattie led the way with a hat-trick while Kym Lynch and Stacey Shore scored the others for Sandy Straits.

Jess Green was the goal scorer for Fraser Flames.

In the first week of the finals, United Warriors will tackle Tinana in the major semi-final while Sunbury and Sandy Straits Sharks will face up in the all-or-nothing game.

The women’s finals will be played on Friday night.

SCOREBOARD

Men’s second division

Doon Villa def United Warriors

1-0

Sunbury def Granville

6-0

Kawungan def Hervey Bay Rangers II

6-1

West def Bayside Strikers

5-1

Hervey Bay Rangers I def Sandy Straits

4-2

Tinana def Fraser Flames

4-2

 

 

 

Women’s second division

Granville def Sunbury

17-1

Sandy Straits def Kawungan

3-1



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