Alicia Rowan has done it again, scoring six goals as her Shepparton South side demolished Swan Hill 7-0 in a Bendigo Amateur Soccer League women’s beating.
The Southerners kept their spot at the top of the table and Rowan was the star, making it 22 goals in five games as they cruised to the big win.
Aimee Stanyer chipped in with the remaining goal as her side made a big response to its 5-1 loss to Shepparton United.
Swan Hill has been uncompetitive so far this season, now beaten in six straight games.
United won a titanic battle with Moama-Echuca, netting twice in three minutes to pinch a 2-0 win on enemy territory.
It was a massive struggle for much of the contest, but the Blues seized their moment, scoring in the 62nd minute through Abbie Newman and in the 65th through Sarah Loverso.
The Border Raiders’ defence was its typically stubborn self, but could not withstand the pressure of the Blues’ blistering attack for the full 90.
United seems back in its title-winning form having reeled off four straight wins.
Things continue to be extremely heated at the top of the ladder, with South, United, Epsom and Eaglehawk all locked on 15 points.
Tatura was on the end of another loss, going down 10-0 to a talented Epsom side.
Danielle Michielsen scored four times in the big win, an expected result given the relative experience levels of the sides.