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Round four Supa-Liga Summer 2019/20

Round four of the Supa-Liga saw the Supa-Liga B kickoff with the Kingsway Kings getting up over the West Perth Bears 7-0 in an end to end match, Riley Gordon claiming the match MVP.

Riley Gordon from the Kingsway Kings, The Vic Subiaco MVP!

The second match saw the Latinos get the job done 5-0 over the ECU Jets despite having 2 players sent off during the course of the match for 2 yellow cards.

Following on from there the Perth Pumas dispatched the Scarborough Sharks 6-3 which has helped their undefeated start to the season and see them top of the league. In the last match of the MSLB, Who Ate All Depay's stayed within touching distance of the top by downing the Northern Hawks 7-3.

In the Women's Supa-Liga B the West Coast Cobras got their first win of the season against Kingsway Kings. The 5-4 win helped to lift last season's Grand-Final winners off the foot of the table.

Chloe Alaga from the Scarborough Sharks B side with her The Vic Subiaco MVP award.

The second WSLB fixture saw Chico5 and Scarborough Sharks play out a terrific game where only significant individual skill was going to separate the two teams. The 2-1 win for the Sharks keeps them top, while consigning Chico5 to the bottom of the table.

The third and final fixture saw a dominant performance from the Perth Pumas B side against the Northern Hawks. The 6-1 scoreline was fitting of the performance from the Pumas, but the young Hawks team will surely bounce back in Round 5.

The Youth Supa-Liga fixtures kicked off on Saturday with the Perth Pumas youth side taking the Scarborough Sharks side to the butchers with a 7-2 win.

In the very next fixture however the Scarborough Sharks II side took the West Perth Bears out into the woods and gave them an 11-1 hiding.

The Puma Cubs took on the Kingsway Kings in the third fixture of the day, both teams were desperate for a win, the Kings needing to stay in the top 4 and the Cubs wanting to not drop too far outside of the Semi-Final positions. The Kings edged the match, the 3-1 scoreline a fair indication of the match.

Finally, the Northern Hawks were outgunned in the last match by the West Coast Cobras Youth side, 6 - 2. Luke Ross won the MVP award thanks to The Vic Hotel in Subiaco, with his 2 goals and assist proving important in the context of the match.

Jess Lindquist of the Perth Pumas, thanks to The Vic Subiaco!

The Women's Supa-Liga A fixtures saw both matches decided by only a single goal.

The first fixture saw a very experienced Perth Pumas team outlast their more youthful opponents the Northern Hawks. Down 1-0 at half-time Jess and Felicity Lindquist were immense in helping the Pumas draw level and then pull ahead, eventually finishing 3-2 winners.

The other fixture saw a similar story-line as the West Coast Cobras led the Scarborough Sharks only for a 2nd half fightback. In a deja-vu situation, the Sharks scored late on to come from behind and defeat the Cobras, as they did in the B fixture in Round 3.

The first MSLA match of the round saw a blow out as the West Coast Cobras demolished the Futsal Factory.

Duane Youngman excellent in the goal for the Cobras for the 2nd week in a row, but this time his individual performance was matched by his team-mates. The 12-1 score-line was probably tough on the Factory players, but a sign of what can happen if teams only have 1 or 2 subs.

The next fixture saw no fewer than three 10 metre penalties converted by Phoenix FC as they capitalised on inability of the West Perth Bears to stay out of foul trouble. The match was made slightly more even by two terrific strikes from Gideon Servatius from distance, but they were only consolations for the Bears in the 5-2 defeat.

The Northern Hawks were next up and had a point to prove against the side that knocked the Winter 2019 League Champions out at the Semi-Final stage last season. Some individual brilliance and with a little assistance from his team-mates, Devon Rindel ensured the Hawks took the points in a low scoring 2-1 win.

The last match of the weekend was another tight affair as Who Ate All Depay's came back from conceding an early goal to assert their dominance on the match. Late on they conceded two quick goals, including a terrific effort from Josh Chivell for the Sharks, but it was too little too late to stop Depay's claiming a 5-4 win.

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