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Ashburton to play in Victorian Women's Premier League 2015

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WPL Round 22 - Casey Comets v Ashburton - 13 September 2014

Ashy too determined for Comets

xDSC04472_LargeAshburton cemented its place in the Women's Premier League competition for 2015 by defeating Casey Comets 1:0 at tthe Comets Stadium on Saturday. An early goal by Brittany Thomas following a poor clearance by the Casey keeper was enough to cement the win, which ensured Ashburton was not relegated. Throughout the match Ashburton looked determined to win, matching their opponents in every contest. It was an incredibly disciplined effort with the team following coach Sinisa Cohadzic's game plan to the cymbalta online letter. The home side was never given space to cialis cheapest online prices play their natural game, with Ashburton players marking their Casey opponents closely. Later, in the second half, as Ashy was tiring Casey had a few ambitious long shots but these went either over the top or were cleaned up easily by Alex Pocklington. Ashburton captain Christine Pfeiffer again showed why she is one of the outstanding players in the Victorian WPL with another inspirational performance in the centre of cheap generic levitra india defence. Carrying a myriad of injuries, including a medial ligament strain, Christine put in another best on ground performance.

Last Updated on Monday, 15 September 2014 16:52

Ashburton Seals Monbulk's Fate

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WPL Round 20 - Monbulk v Ashburton - 29 August 2014

Monbulk relegated from the top flight, while Ashburton's survival hopes boosted in 2-0 win.
By Jason Turner (@jaseangelo) courtesy FFV Website
Ashburton boosted its Sportsmart WPL survival hopes with a 2-0 victory against Monbulk Rangers on Friday night.
First-half goals from Melina Ayres and best generic levitra prices Brittany Thomas secured a deserved win that lifts Ashburton out of the relegation zone ahead of Cairnlea’s game on Sunday.
The result also seals Monbulk’s relegation after its debut season in the top flight.

Last Updated on Tuesday, 02 September 2014 06:07

South grabs iimportant win over Ashburton

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WPL Round 19 - South Melbourne v Ashurton - 19 August 2014

South Melbourne Women's FC cruises to 3-1 victory over Ashburton Women.
By Cheryl Downes (@ChicasFootball) courtesty FFV website
South Melbourne Women’s FC failed to capitalise on tramadol cash on delivery a strong first half, but still managed a 3-1 victory against Ashburton Women at Lakeside Stadium on Saturday afternoon.
Tiffany Eliadis extended her golden boot tally with a brace, while Tijen Hussein bolstered the South Melbourne attacking line-up with another goal.
Ashburton was looking to continue its winning streak following its shock win over Bundoora in the previous round, and made a strong start in the early moments.
Ashburton’s Rachel Jarvis ensured her side wouldn’t go away empty handed, adding a goal late in the second half. Goal differential will be an important factor for Ashburton, as it battles against relegation.

Last Updated on Friday, 29 August 2014 07:27

Ashburton Stuns Bundoora

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WPL Round 18 - Ashburton v Bundoora - 17 August 2014
Ashburton Women has upset Bundoora United in a 2-1 win on Sunday afternoon
By Bryce Clayton, courtesy of FFV website
Bundoora United have suffered a major setback losing 2-1 to Ashburton who claimed just its third win of the season on Sunday afternoon.
A brace to Melina Ayres capped off a win to remember for the home side, with Elly Curo the scorer for the away side.
It was the away side who started the better, with a defensive scramble the only thing saving Ashburton after a Padiki Dade cross fell in front of an open goal in the second minute.
Both sides began to push but there was little action in the opening 20 minutes as both sides played conservatively and lacked conviction in the final third.
But it was Enza Barilla who broke through and had the first real chance of buying levitra in canada the game, with a calm grab by Alex Pocklington keeping the home side level.
Last Updated on Tuesday, 26 August 2014 03:53

Deadlock between Ashburton and Casey

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WPL Round 10 - Ashburton v Casey Comets - Wednesday 23 July 2014

Ashburton has picked up an important point with a 2-2 draw against Casey Comets on Wednesday night.

By Sean Ellicott (@SeanEllicott) courtesy FFV Website. Photos of the match are in the Gallery.

AWSC v Casey 23 July 2014_6Ashburton Women and Casey Comets have fought out an entertaining 2-2 draw during their Round 10 catch up match on Wednesday night at Knox Regional Football Centre.

Tayla Vlaeminck bagged a first-half brace, completing her double just before the break, while both Jesse Kotsikas and Melina Ayres found the back of the net for the home side within the discount cialis prescriptions opening 45 minutes.

With the initial fixture abandoned due to click now an inadequate surface, Casey surrendered a golden opportunity to maintain touching distance with the top five, whereby a victory would have placed them seven points adrift of a finals place.

Meanwhile, Ashburton picked up their first point since defeating Monbulk in Round 9, keeping their slim chances of survival alive who now trail Cairnlea by eight points.

The final scoreline however could not be seen as an accurate reflection to the opening stages of the contest with Casey bursting out of the blocks.

Last Updated on Thursday, 24 July 2014 11:21
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