Forest have the wood on Strikers in final
The Lower South West Soccer League cup finals were contested on Saturday, as well as round robin fixtures for the grades that play on smaller-sized pitches.
Bridgetown Forest and Southern Strikers contested a hard-fought final in the under-15s division, with Bridgetown winning on penalties after the match ended 1-1.
Both sides hit the post in a match affected by heavy rain.
Southern Strikers won the under-13s division, beating Manjimup 1-0 in the final, while the Bridgetown under 18s showed why they were the dominant side all season, dispatching the Southern Strikers 10-2. Individual awards for the season were also announced.
Tabatha Rock capped off a successful day for the Southern Strikers under-13s winning fairest and best for the season, with her teammate Charlie Lyster and Rowan Asplin from Bridgetown Forest both named runner-up.
Manjimup United’s Callum Walsh was fairest and best for the under-15s competition, while Bridgetown Forest defender Aspen Hodge was runner-up.
In the under-18s competition Bridgetown’s Eli Holdsworth was fairest and best, with Manjimup’s Taj Smith named runner-up.
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