Robertson Maroon and Moss Vale Red continue to dominate the women’s premier league ladder.
These teams lead the way with Robertson in first place and Moss Vale Red sit in second spot.
Robertson Soccer Club president Damien Plain said he was proud the team secured a 5-1 win against Moss Vale White at Hampden Park.
“It’s good to get a win,” Plain said. “We played well. We’ve only been beaten once this year.”
Standout players for the game included Emma Green, Sophie Bourke and sisters Olivia and Natasha Wann.
Plain said Robertson was now focused on the final games.
“We’re starting to fine tune,” he said.
“We’re getting into the pointy end of the year.”
Moss Vale Red coach Bill Smillie said his team played well, with a 5-0 win against Robertson Gold.
“We dominated possession and chances,” Smillie said.
We dominated possession and chances. We played beautifully across the park, it was a good all-round performance.
“It was a terrific effort.
“We played beautifully across the park, it was a good all-round performance.”
Smillie said he was confident in the players’ ability to continue their consistent effort.
“We’re at the end of the season, we’re getting a full squad and working our our fitness,” he said.
This weekend Moss Vale Red will go head to head with Moss Vale Black at David Wood Playing Fields at 3pm on Saturday, August 12.
At Joe Smith Sports Field, Robertson Maroon will take on Mittagong Yellow at 3pm.
On the women’s premier league ladder, Crookwell, Bundanoon and Hill Top are Robertson Maroon and Moss Vale Red.
Mittagong Green, Moss Vale White and Robertson Gold round round out the top eight.
They are followed by Bowral, Moss Vale Black, Yerinbool and Mittagong Yellow.
On the men’s premier league ladder, Moss Vale, Hill Top White and Yerinbool Black make up the top three spots.
They are followed by Marulan, Yerinbool Green, Exeter and Bowral.
Hill Top Green, Mittagong and Robertson round out the rest of the ladder.