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   Sep 21

Bowral Bandicoots prove too tough for Yerrinbool

Lil Azara runs through a training drill recently. Photo by Josh BartlettFOOTBALL
Nanjing Night Net

AN under-strength Bowral outfit has stamped its authority on the Noelene Munro Cup competition.

Despite being reduced to eight players at half time, the Bowral Bandicoots recorded a 6-0 win over Yerrinbool Bushrangers Black on Saturday.

It was Bowral’s first win in the Highlands Soccer Association’s women’s premier league cup tournament.

The Bandicoots headed into the match with only 10 players because of other commitments.

However, the team was still able to establish a 3-0 lead at half time at Yerrinbool.

Two Bowral players then had to leave at the half-time break, meaning the visitors were reduced to eight players in the second stanza.

The side pressed on for a 6-0 win, with Lil Azara and Fran Konz scoring two goals each.

Bowral playing-coach Taylor Smith said Azara and Konz were crucial for the Bandicoots.

“Lil and Fran played well together,” she said.

“Phoebe Thompson was also very good and set up some goals.”

Smith said it was a pleasing win on Saturday.

“I am happy with the result and we all had fun,” she said.

“The spirit in the team is really good.”

Three other matches in the Noelene Munro Cup were contested on Saturday.

The Yerrinbool Bushrangers Green secured a 7-0 win over Hill Top.

Robertson Rovers Maroon edged Bundanoon Rebels 1-0, while Crookwell and Moss Vale Thistle White played out a 0-all draw.

The next round of the Noelene Munro Cup will be played on Saturday, July 11.

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