SWFL women beat the All-Stars

Best on ground: Larissa Versaci impressed for the SWFL. Photo: Justin Rake.

Best on ground: Larissa Versaci impressed for the SWFL. Photo: Justin Rake.

The South West Football League women’s representative side have again shown just how talented they are by thumping the WA County Football League’s all-star women’s side.

The SWFL team took on a side made up of players from across the state’s regional areas and dominated from start to finish. 

South West captain Trish Lake kicked three goals in the opening term and finished the match with five. Montana Tate also scored a major in the first quarter. 

Claudia Porritt impressed for the South West with some heavy tackling while Katie Grieve and Karen Cowley both impressed with their speed around the ground. 

Bethany Bond added two goals to the South West’s account in the second half while Casey Zappia, Lauren Patane and Larissa Versaci also put their names on the score sheet in the 12.11.83 to 0.1.1 victory. 

Versaci, a Harvey Bulls player, was named best-on-ground for her hard work through the midfield.

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