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Many of the Waratah players were right into the spirit of the occasion, with red and white face painting and enthusiastic cheering for any of their club's teams that played throughout the day.
The club should be congratulated for this significant milestone and for its reputation of good sportsmanship and a family friendly environment.
The first half began as a tight tussle, but Waratah lacked speed and ball control when moving forward, Steel City's defence always looking in control.
Down the other end, Waratah defence looked less secure without her strong tackles and clearances in her usual defensive sweeper role.
A penalty stroke involves a striker having a free push or flick at the goalkeeper from only seven yards away, the odds heavily in the striker's favour.
Delani Wright showed just how much of a super mum she is playing a fantastic game, followed immediately by sorting out food and drinks for her young daughter who was cheering from the sidelines.
Once again, congratulations to Waratah on the club's significant milestone.
The game finished with a 5 to 1 victory to Steel City.
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However Waratah goalkeeper Heather Kelly defied probability with a wonderfully anticipated save, clearly inspiring her team mates.
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Eventually the weight of attacking possession for Steel City brought its reward, with four goals in fairly rapid time, all but guaranteeing the result.
Steel City continues to impress with its speed and awareness to switch the play to regularly create gaps in the opposition's Saucony Originals Shadow defence and the only question was how many goals it could score in the second half.
Best players for Waratah were Rhiannon Butt, Rebecca Strawbridge, and Tiarna Grzona, while for Steel City, Mitchell Brougham, Jasmine Randall, and Kerry Custance were best.
putting in a great effort to run into gaps to receive the ball, but was constantly faced with a wall of green and little support.
with how its season is unfolding and will look to build towards finals in the latter half of the season, while Waratah will be desperately in search of its first win for the season to reward all its hard work and honourable losses thus far.
Although the heat had gone out of the contest, Waratah fought back in the latter part of the game and was able to create several penalty corner opportunities plus a great goal to Tiarna Grzona.
With Steel City on the attack right from the second half whistle the danger signs were up for Waratah but ironically it was actually a penalty stroke awarded to Steel City that seemed to spark Waratah into action.
At the same time it restricted Steel City to just one goal, which seemed to have dropped its intensity a fraction, which often happens once a match winning lead is secured.
The Waratah A grade women's team was hoping to make an extra special occasion even better with an upset win over the favourites, Steel City, which has certainly set the pace early this season.
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