Centurions big win


Werribee Centrals were one of the big winners in the Western Football League women’s competition on the weekend.

All four matches proved to be one-sided, starting with the Centurions win against West Footscray on Friday night.

The Centurions jumped out of the blocks with 11 scoring shots to none in the first quarter.

The momentum continued in the second and third quarters, with the margin beyond three figures at the last break.

The Centurions continued on in the final quarter, winning 23.16 (154)-0.0 (0).

Larissa Renaut kicked five goals for the Centurions while Kyleisha Kinces chipped in with four goals.

Julia Nash and Kinces were named their best in the win for the Centurions.

Wyndhamvale was on the other end of a big result, losing to Caroline Springs on Saturday morning.

With their top sides playing each other for the first time, there were a lot of unknowns heading into the match for both sides.

The Lakers experience shone through on the way to a 13.17 (95)-0.2 (2) win.

Chloe Prior and Ava Strathairn were numbed the Falcons best.

In the other matches, Parkside Spurs put on a show against North Sunshine, winning 28.17 (185)-1.0 (6).

Mary Sandral kicked 10 goals for the Spurs, while Tara Morgan kicked seven.

In the other match, Yarraville-Seddon kicked off its season in fine form, beating Laverton.

After a bye in round one, the Eagles were in control throughout on the way to a 19.21 (135)-0.0 (0) win.

Aisling Curley and Layna Porter kicked four goals each for the Eagles.

Curley was named their best.

The Suns had the bye after a win in round one.

The week Werribee Centrals plays North Sunshine on Friday night, while on Saturday, Caroline Springs plays Yarraville-Seddon, the Suns host Laverton and West Footscray plays Wyndhamvale.