Villa to the top as two Bundy sides remain unbeaten

Bingera's Gary O'Donnell shoots for goal during the clash against Diggers. 233057 Pictures: SHANE JONES

By Shane Jones

Life is pretty sweet at the top for Brothers Aston Villa in the Wide Bay Premier League.

Villa took the outright lead at the top of the standings after beating Sunbury 3-0 in the latest round of the competition last week.

The side has now won all three matches in the competition so far and is now two points clear of Doon Villa in second.

Villa captain Michael Stayte scored one of the three goals to increase his tally to four for the season with James Stromquist and Jake Brough scoring the other two.

Vills is one of three teams still unbeaten in the competition with Doon Villa one of them after drawing 2-2 against the KSS Jets.

The other is The Waves who defeated the previously unbeaten Fraser Flames 6-1 in Hervey Bay.

The Waves striker Nykodah Smith scored a hat-trick to maintain his lead at the top of the goal-scoring standings with nine so far.

In other results Granville defeated SC Corinthians 3-0 to keep the Bundy side winless with Diggers joining them after being beaten by Bingera 7-0.

Bingera bounced back after a 3-0 loss to the United Park Eagles last week with Gary O Donnell and Daniel Watson scoring two goals each.

The competition takes a break this week for Easter before returning next week.

In games that week The Waves take on Brothers Aston Villa, Sunbury face Granville, the KSS Jets face Bingera, Diggers face UPE and SC Corinthians take on Doon Villa.