Another loss for Bees

Mackenzie Lemon. (Ljubica Vrankovic)

Werribee City’s tough run in the Victorian Premier League 1 continued on Friday night.

With just two wins for the season, every match is starting to become vital for the Bees as they try to avoid relegation, a position they know well in recent years.

On Friday night, the Bees faced mid-table Kingston City.

The game was over at half time, with Kingston City piling on four first half goals.

The Bees managed to score two second half goals to add some respectability to the scoreboard, but it was too little, too late with Kingston City winning 4-2.

Thomas Biss and Ibraham Mohamed were the goal scorers for the Bees.

The Bees remain in second bottom, two points clear of bottom side North Geelong Warriors.

They are four points behind 12th placed Caroline Springs George Cross.

Elsewhere in VPL1, Western United continued its good form with a 4-1 win against the Bentleigh Greens.

United led 1-0 at half time before piling on the goals in the second half to come away with a strong win.

United move into outright second with Northcote City and Preston Lions had a draw on Friday night. Melbourne Victory sits clear on top.

This week Werribee City hosts Brunswick City on Friday night, while Western United is away to Eastern Lions.

It’s been a big week for United’s academy team with four players announced as having signed A-League contracts with the club.