Slice of Cheese

Clarence v Kingborough (WSL)

Full Time

Clarence 0

Kingborough 0

Round 13 of the PFD Women’s Super League begins at Wentworth Park as Clarence and the Kingborough Lions prepare to meet for the second time this year. The previous meeting was a narrow 2-1 victory to the Lions back in Round courtesy of goals to their dynamic attacking duo Davis and Tatton. Those 2 will once again be key for the Lionesses in this game that looms as a real chance for them to chalk up back to back wins. After a good performance against University last week, they will be looking to build on it and put some distance between themselves and the bottom 2. Standing in their way is a Clarence side whose form at home has been reasonable throughout the middle part of season, hanging in their against Taroona twice and taking their sole point of the season against University. They certainly have the defence, and the goalkeeper to shut down the Lions, but do they have the weapons to hurt them back the other way? On the surface, with just four goals scored this season it’s hard to make the case they do, yet in their 2 games against the sides near them on the table, they have drawn 2-2 and lost 2-1. As such there doesn’t seem much between them and at home, this is an excellent chance for them to climb off the bottom of the table. If the likes of Dixon and Vanderniet can keep the Lions attacking stars quiet, then 1 or 2 goals could well be enough for a break through 3 points.