Lethal Strikers Fire Hills United

By Lawrence Machado

The Hills United FC are cantering away at the top of the FNSW League One Women’s after a remarkable streak of 14 wins on the trot.

Led by some sparkling football by their brilliant quartet Imogen Lane (8 goals), Isabella Sciberras (7) Annie Hall (7) and Ellen Berios (6), the debutants have a perfect record. Hills United head the table even though they have played a match less than second-placed Gladesville Ravens.

Hills United, skippered by Desiree Galea, lead the 16-team league with 42 points, two ahead of the Ravens (40) with third-placed St George FC quite a bit back on 31 points. Thanks to the collective firepower of their strikers, the Hills United have netted 37 goals and conceded just five this season, a testimony to the league’s best defence shepherded expertly by custodian Bridget Jane Brien.

Stephanie Trovata and Bianca Jade Galayini have provided more ammunition to the Hills attack with three goals apiece.

Their lethal strikers are the main prime reasons why Hills United are the most feared club in the FNSW League One Women’s competition this season.

This Sunday, June 5, the Hills women have the opportunity to stretch their unbeaten run to 15 when they take on hosts Northbridge Bulls FC at 3.40pm. The Hills United are fresh from beating Sutherland Shire 2-0 in their previous match, with Emma Jackson and Annie Hall scoring the goals.

On Sunday, June 12, the Hills play host to their closest challengers Gladesville Ravens at the Bella Vista Public School grounds at 3.45pm in what should be one of the most anticipated matches of the season. A win here will entrench the Hills United team as the favourites for the premiership.

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