W-League: Round four results and pics

Perth Glory have a lone grip on top spot in the Westfield W-League thanks to a club record win, combined with some late heartbreak for Sydney FC.

The Sky Blues looked set to maintain their hold at the summit alongside the Glory, only to concede a late equaliser in a tough 1-1 draw against the visiting Melbourne Victory on Monday.

A day earlier Perth Glory claimed a stunning 10-1 scoreline against Western Sydney Wanderers.

Striker Kate Gill scored a competition-high five goals, including an 11-minute hat-trick, to add to doubles from Sam Kerr and Caitlin Foord.

Sydney FC had a far harder task against champions Melbourne Victory in the first meeting between the pair since last year’s epic semi-final.

Gema Simon eventually drew the visitors level with three minutes remaining to cancel out Jasmyne Spencer’s goal for the Sky Blues.

A goal in each half saw Canberra United returned to winnings ways in style with a 2-0 victory against last season’s grand finalists Brisbane Roar, who slipped to their third defeat in four outings.

Finally, Newcastle Jets proved their semi-final credentials with a confident 4-0 win over Adelaide United, helped by a Rhali Dobson brace.



Canberra United 2 (Grace Field 36’, Michelle Heyman 57’)
Brisbane Roar 0
Saturday October 4
McKellar Park, Canberra

Western Sydney Wanderers 1 (Helen Petinos 51’)
Perth Glory 10 (Sam Kerr 45’, 45+1’, Kate Gill 50’, 52’, 60’, 68’, 78’, Caitlin Foord 53’, 86’, Alanna Kennedy 73’)
Sunday October 5
Marconi Stadium, Sydney

Adelaide United 0
Newcastle Jets 4 (Victoria Huster 28’, Emily van Egmond 46’, Rhali Dobson 48’, 73’)
Sunday October 5
Adelaide Shores Football Centre, Adelaide

Sydney FC 1 (Jasmyne Spencer 60’)
Melbourne Victory 1 (Gema Simon 86’)
Monday October 6
Lambert Park, Sydney

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