Waves rolling as they head towards the finals

Dylan Leggett in stride. Image: Brendan Bowers

Brendan Bowers

Across the Waves are rolling towards the finals after crashing over the Fraser Flames 5-0 in the men’s Premier League on Saturday night.

Playing in Hervey Bay, the Bundaberg team dominated the match, setting up the victory with two quick goals to put the Flames on the back foot.

The Waves shared the goals around with five separate scorers for the evening.

At the same time, the Sunbury and Bingera game had been moved to the Fraser Coast Sports and Recreation Precinct because Federation Park was closed due to wet weather.

There was no shortage of goals, with Bingera winning 8-3.

In a small win for S.C. Corinthians, they shared the points with Granville after a 3-3 draw. That match was played at the Fraser Coast Sports and Recreation Precinct due to the wet fields in Maryborough.

The United Park Eagles and Doon Villa match set for Martens Oval was rescheduled until Sunday 28 August.

In the women’s Premier League competition, the Fraser Flames continued to fire with a 6-3 win against Across the Waves. Kyleigh Christiansen kicked four goals for the Flames, while Tayla Zielke kicked all of the Wave’s goals.

The United Warriors defeated Diggers 7-2 while UPE dominated Tinana 7-0.

No games are scheduled for this weekend; however, it is unknown if re-scheduled games may be allocated as we go to print.