Dalyellup Park Rangers ladies side were unlucky over the weekend, going down to a 2-1 defeat after a long trip to Manjimup.
Dalyellup controlled possession and created many chances but couldn’t convert.
Manjimup’s goal keeper put in a fantastic display to keep her side in the game.
Jaimee-Lee James scored Dalyellup’s goal but it wasn’t enough to get the result with Manjimup taking the chances that came their way.
Dalyellups masters team played down in Margaret River and faced a very tough game against a well organised team.
The first half ended 0-0 with minimal chances to either team. Margaret River had a lot of the ball in the second half however Dalyellup were clinical while going forwards and managed a 4-1 victory.
The scoreline doesn’t reflect how tight the game was but Dalyellup will happily take the three points.
The Rangers division one side had a difficult game away to Manjimup who boast a very strong side.
Dalyellup struggled for numbers having just scraped together 11 players with Krissy Downs stepping in from the ladies side.
The scoreline reflected the difference between the two sides with Manjimup winning 11-0.
Dalyellup worked hard for each other with no substitutes but Manjimup were just too strong.
Dalyellup’s reserves also struggled for numbers as they travelled down to Geographe. Only fielding nine players, the Rangers fought well and were only 2-1 down at the break.
The second half saw Geographe run away with it as the Rangers began to tire.
Zac Myors scored the Rangers goal but the game finished with Geographe 6-1 winners.
Margaret River hosted the Rangers in the premier league game.
Difficult conditions almost saw the game called off with a waterlogged pitch but with the players raring to go, the game went ahead.
The first half saw the home side unlucky, hitting the post and the crossbar before the Rangers took the lead.
Margaret River hit back just before half time making it 1-1 at the break.
The second half saw Dalyellup run out comfortable 4-1 winners, piling the pressure on and scoring another three goals.
The Aussie Living man of the match went to Dalyellup’s Mick Crackles. The win sees Dalyellup Park Rangers sitting in second on the Premier League ladder with 39 points, just four points behind Bunbury United.
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