Women lead the way in soccer’s big league

Drysdale captain Nicole Carter in action against Golden Plains.

The 2017 soccer season is flying by as we tick over the halfway point of the season.
The Drysdale senior women’s teams are leading the way with both Division 1 and Division 2 teams right in the mix for the finals.
The Division 1 women have taken the league by storm this year, having won seven and drawn two games and remain undefeated at the top of the ladder. The two drawn games have both come against last year’s champions Deakin and another grand final rematch is a real possibility between the two sides. Star striker Serena Clapp has netted a remarkable 15 goals across nine matches and finds herself second in the League Golden Boot award.
The Senior Men have regained some momentum, having won three of their last four games to rise to fifth position, just one point outside the top four. Good wins against newcomers Leopold SC 7-0, Barwon Heads 3-0, and Surf Coast 2-0 sees Jason Pickles men move up several positions on the ladder. The Men’s Reserves are having a tough year having recorded just the single draw to date in Division 2 competition despite the best efforts of striker and club president Rory Campbell scoring goals in six of his last seven games.
With the future home of the Drysdale Soccer Club in 2018 quickly taking shape at the Drysdale Sporting Precinct it is a great time to get involved with your local club, visit drysdalesc.com or email info@drysdalesc.com for more information.

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