Panthers’ demolition job on Pats

11-07-2018 by admin

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TOP GAME: Millie Leard stretches out to send the ball across to the goals.

THE match between Lithgow Panthers andBathurst St Patrick’s was a Premier League topof the table clash with the Panthers leading andPats in second place.

You would not have thought so judging onthe final score with the Panthers running riot totake the match 11-2.

Panthers’ put on their best side this year witha number of their top players back on deckafter their representative duties.

The scary thing is that they still hadRoxsanne Van Veen and Bonny Goodsell out.

It was a real demolition with the forwardsalways dangerous.

Abby Wilson, Millie Leard, Chelsea Marshall,Tiana Anderson, Kellsey Charlton and AmandaSaladine were outstanding giving the defenceall sorts of headaches while the halves HannahKable and Clare Bosman worked well with theirforwards.

The return of Andrea Gillard gave thePanthers some real punch at the back and ifthey can put their best side on the turf come thebig games, they will take a lot of beating.

Abby Wilson and Millie Leard turned on areal clinic in the scoring department with Abbyscoring four and Millie three.

Others to get their name on the score sheetwere young Chelsea Marshall who continues toimprove each week, Amanda Saladine, HannahKable and Andrea Gillard.

St Pats did score two goals in the second halfthrough Kristy Conroy and Ella Menzies, but onthe whole did not know what hit them.

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