Jets ground Bingera in Premier League matches

Antoinette Rissman evades the KSS Jets defence.

Brendan Bowers

The KSS Jets are flying high in a jet stream with little turbulence with wins to their men’s and women’s teams against Bingera.

Playing at home for one of the first times this year, the women’s team need to come from behind to secure the win over the Black and Whites.

Down 2-0, it was a hat-trick to Stacey Shore that got them over the line and secured the points.

In other matches, the United Park Eagles accounted for Sunbury 7-1 while Across the Waves defeated Diggers 5-2.

The Fraser Flames continue to show their bona fides with a 3-0 win over the United Warriors.

The men’s competition was a 4-1 win to the KSS Jets over Bingera, while the Fraser Flames also stayed on fire with a 3-0 win over Granville.

The United Park Eagles defeated Sunbury 4-1, while Across the Waves easily accounted for S.C. Corinthians 6-0.

This week was set for a bye from fixtures but will be a catch-up round from earlier in the year.

The men’s Bingera play Across the Waves at Bingera while Granville hosts the United Park Eagles. The Sunbury Blues play the KSS Jets in Maryborough.

The women’s premier league continues this weekend with games kicking off on Friday night when the Sunbury Blues host the KSS Jets.

On Saturday, the United Warriors host the United Park Eagles in Hervey Bay. At the same time, the Fraser Flames and Tinana will clash at the Fraser Coast Sports and Recreation Precinct on Saturday evening.

Bingera and Across the Waves play at Martens Oval.