RedStar celebrate Night Series double

It was double delight for Perth RedStar at the Sam Kerr Football Centre on Saturday as they won both Night Series titles on offer.
First they lifted the Hyundai Women’s League trophy with a 1-0 win over Fremantle City. 

Then their NPLW team beat Balcatta Etna 4-1 to round off a memorable evening.
The Women's League final was a tight affair with the more youthful RedStar side going up against a Fremantle outfit who tasted success at the venue last October in the Hyundai Women's League Cup.
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Perth RedStar's Hyundai Women's League Night Series winners enjoy their moment. Photo by Football West/FotoEnzo
The only goal came on 27 minutes. The excellent Jasmine Gray ran at the Freo defence, slipped the ball square to Kasey Nicholas and she laid it off for Mikayla Ingrey to fire beyond Tessa Cliff.
Football West would like to thank Hyundai Australia Regional General Manager Michael Beros, who presented the winning team with their trophy and medals, plus City of Canning Councillor Michelle Hurn who gave the runners-up and the match officials their medals.
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RedStar's NPLW Night Series victors. Photo by Football West/FotoEnzo
The final of the NPLW Night Series was expected to be a tight contest, with Balcatta favourites in many people's eyes after strong summer recruitment and a 2-0 group stage win over RedStar a fortnight ago.
But RedStar are a different animal in any do-or-die showdown and that was how it transpired.

The outstanding Caitlin Doeglas sidefooted RedStar in front on 11 minutes from Jayna Ridley's cross as the Balcatta defence seemed to collectively switch off.
Worse was to follow for Balcatta when keeper Bec Bennett failed to catch Quyen Doan's centre and the ball struck the back of defender Andrea Bulgaru and went into the net.
Balcatta almost replied immediately, only for their former long-time keeper Gabby Dal Busco to brilliantly thwart Lucy Jerram, who was through one-on-one.
Etna didn't have to wait too much longer to get on board though, as Kat Jukic headed a corner which Monique Godding finished on the turn.
That was as good as it got for Peter Rakic's team, however, because within three minutes of the second half starting, they conceded again. 
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Caitlin Doeglas receives the Tracey Wheeler Medal from the one-time Matildas goalkeeper after whom it is named. Photo by Football West/FotoEnzo
Former Perth Glory star Doeglas picked up the ball just inside her own half on the left and she charged down the wing, leaving Bulgaru and Rachel Jarvis in her wake, before passing to Sarah Carroll, who was never going to miss.
Balcatta kept pushing but they were unable to reduce the gap again. Instead, it was RedStar who added a fourth. Etna built a wall to defend a free-kick on the edge of their box, but forgot to pick up Olivia Wood, who was loitering to the side. Doeglas, ever alert to the situation, played the ball to her team-mate and Wood did the rest, shooting home from seven yards. 

It was no surprise when former Matildas goalkeeper Tracey Wheeler named Doeglas as Player of the Match and presented the RedStar midfielder with the Tracey Wheeler Medal.