The Manjimup Rovers Soccer Club went undefeated over the weekend as both the men and women’s team traveled to Australind on Sunday with both coming out with a result. The women’s match was the first match to kick off at 9am and as sheets of rain poured the Rovers fought for every ball and tried to put a stamp on the game. The Rovers were up 1-0 at the half. Although the weather condition and play worsened for both teams in the second half, there were more goals with the full-time whistle blowing and the score line at 2-2. The Rovers player of the match went to Delyth Phillips Johns and the runner-up was goalkeeper Katie Millar. The Rovers men’s game was played in similar conditions and after Australind took an early lead from a corner, it was un uphill battle for the visitors. After calming the play down and not trying to rush everything the men’s team eventually found a way through for striker Tack Burns to open the scoring with a nice header from Taj Smith’s cross. Burns then went on to score another goal soon after with a more solo effort to put the Rovers in the lead before winger Tom Anstey was unlucky to hit the post and Burns to grab another, securing a first-half hat-trick. After the break the Rovers went to the pitch in high spirits and knew they just had to hold on to the ball and the home team would eventually become frustrated. A series of quickfire goals killed off the game for good with Burns adding another three goals to bring his total up to six and Anstey grabbing another three to have his tally at four. The match ended 11-1 in favour of Manjimup and got them back on track after their loss last week. The next two weeks are byes for the Eater and ANZAC holidays but the actions resumes again on May 2.