Rd 6: Stirling Spaniards Move Into The Top 4
Stirling Spaniards 5 def Scarborough Samba Boys 0
This was the third time these teams have met and many thought that The Scarborough Samba Boys would continue their domination over Stirling, however they were let down by many of their stars not turning up. Stirling ran rampant, especially in the second half, where they managed to cause the most damage.
A visibly understrength Scarborough side struggled and eventually went down 5 Nil to a newly fired up Stirling side who now move into the top 4 and look like a real chance for the Finals in only 5 weeks.
Rd 6: South Fremantle MC Puts 7 Past Belmont
South Fremantle MC 7 def Belmont Nile Flow 3
In Round 1 this game finished 2 – 1 to Fremantle MC. This time round, with more players and depth in their side, Fremantle showed how much they have improved with an impressive victory over a much improved Belmont side which also had a large bench to call on.
Even though the games MVP, Sonny Alburquerque, was from Belmont most of the goals came through from South Fremantle. Daniel Muzzarelli (2) Nariman Eshraghi (2) Allan Armstrong (1) Emerson (1) Raowa (1) all showed how much of a team effort was used.
Rd 6: Calibre 12 Melville Continue To Struggle In The SFL
Fremantle Muita Calma 4 def Calibre 12 Melville 0
Calibre 12 Melville came into this game full of confidence after defeating Fremantle muita Calma twice in the SFL Cup only 2 weeks ago. This time around they were up against a close to full strength, highly motivated side that was obviously out to prove they are still the team to beat.
The scoring was opened by the welcomed return of Tiago Fracasso, who finished with 2 goals on the day which also put him back on top of the SFL Scorers table. New signing Harry Ilosono, from South Fremantle MC, got one as well and so did Nestor Fonseca, which was undoubtably the goal of the game.
Next weeks fixtures show some classic match ups and ones that could really shake up the table. All the action continues next weekend at Melville Recreation Centre from 11.45am