Mackay snatch a draw

WHITSUNDAY FC

PREMIER MEN

A SECOND half equaliser has once again cost Whitsunday FC's premier men's team all three points as they drew with Mackay Crusaders 1-1 this week.

A first half goal to WFC's Tomas Scarinci got the visitors away to a great start but they were unable to push forward with their advantage and put the game to bed.

In the second half the Crusaders hit back through Jarryd Lawton and scores remained 1-1 for the rest of the game.

WFC have won three, drawn five and lost only two games this season and currently sit in fourth spot on the competition ladder.

DIVISION 1

Sarina were too good for WFC in division 1, running away with a 4-1 win.

Michael Lee scored for Whitsunday on Saturday in the first half and at the end of the first period scores were locked at 1-1.

The second half was a different story as Sarina turned on the style, with four unanswered goals including a hat-trick from Julian Saye.

WOMENS

Goals to Darcey Borellini, Tyrah Dunn and Jenny Diver helped WFC's womens side to maintain their stellar 2013 record against the Lions on Saturday.

The team's two-goal win was their twelfth win this year and they are shaping as firm favourites for the overall title.

Tyrah Dunn was a stand-out in the win and earned player of the match honours.

All teams play at Magpies in Mackay this Saturday with the division 1 women playing Wests United at 5.30pm and the premier men taking on Magpies at 7pm.

The division one men have a bye.


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