Roslyn-Wakari, Queenstown cannot be separated

The latest round of the women’s premiership was spread throughout the week.

Just one game was played on Saturday, with Roslyn-Wakari hosting Queenstown.

Roslyn took the lead early, with Kate MacBeth latching on to a through ball.

Queenstown grabbed an equaliser midway through the first half, Lauren Murray sending a dipping drive to the back of the net.

It was a tightly contested affair and neither side could find a winner.

On Wednesday at the Logan Park turf, University emerged with a 3-1 victory, after leading 2-0 at halftime.

Goals came from talismanic captain Amy Hislop, who put two past Green Island's keeper, Samantha Richards, with Beth Elliot grabbing University's third after 83 minutes. Green Island's solitary goal came from substitute Stephanie Lee, who pulled one back 12 minutes into the second half.

On Friday night at the turf, the University second side scored first against Technical after 15 minutes through Jasmine Prince, Emelia Shaw getting the assist.

The 1-0 scoreline remained though to halftime, but Technical’s comeback began shortly afterward, and it led 3-1 with 51 minutes gone.

New signing Nieve Collin got Technical’s first goal, with Chelsea Whittaker edging Tech into the lead just two minutes later. Substitute Emily Morison scored the third.

The goals started to flow for Tech withWhittaker, Morison and Collin each grabbing another. Coral Seath rounded off the 7-1 victory for Technical.

- Beth Lyons

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