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SWSA 2023: FMR premier women’s team win comfortably against Dynamos at Forrest Park

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Justin FrisSouth Western Times
FMR's Sarah Bertram charges down the flank despite close attention from the Dynamos Anna Macquarie  on Sunday.
Camera IconFMR's Sarah Bertram charges down the flank despite close attention from the Dynamos Anna Macquarie on Sunday. Credit: Justin Fris/South Western Times

Football Margaret River’s SWSA premier women’s team’s title hopes received another timely boost, after thrashing the bottom-placed Dynamos 15-1 on Sunday at an overcast Forrest Park.

It was a swift display from the visitors, who moved the ball thoroughly in the middle of the park and capitalised on numerous occasions in the final third of the pitch.

Leading 5-1 at half-time, FMR charged out of the gates in the second half, with Francesca May adding a sixth goal after getting the better of Dynamos goalkeeper Jennika Soles.

Despite Soles enduring a challenging afternoon between the posts, her teammates encouraged her to remain positive and give her best.

By full-time, FMR duo Kai-Anna Prendergast and Salla-Maaria Salmi had each finished with five goals. Both players have combined for 20 of FMR’s 44 goals already this season — a fact which will likely keep rival goalkeepers up at night.

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SWSA Results

Premier Women: Football Margaret River 15-1 Dynamos, Hay Park United 1-0 Dalyellup, Dunsborough 5-1 Australind; Premier Men: Harvey Hawks 2-1 Bunbury United, Hay Park United 1-all Dalyellup, Dunsborough 1-0 Australind, Football Margaret River 4-0 Dynamos.

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