As you were in Women's State League Division One

UWA Nedlands remain four points ahead of their nearest rivals in the Women’s State League Division One.

Nedlands blew away Perth AFC 7-1, with Helene Williams and Rebecca Saccoccio scoring two apiece.

But South West Phoenix loom large in second, the Bunbury side unbeaten in over a year and with three games in hand on the league leaders.

The 2020 league champions thrashed Stirling Macedonia 6-0 at Macedonia Park, Lara Graham bagging a hat-trick.

Sorrento are on the same points as Phoenix but have played two games more. The Gulls needed a Coreena Whyte own goal to beat Armadale 1-0 on Sunday.

In the weekend’s other game, Amy Buchanan netted twice in ECU Joondalup’s 4-0 win at Gwelup Croatia.

Results and table

Women’s Amateur League leaders Fremantle City (Black) moved four points of nearest rivals Curtin University.

City won 4-1 at Hamersley Rovers, Alice Vandermeiren’s hat-trick taking her season tally to 15.

A first-half double from Rosa Morgan had Ellenbrook United 3-1 up against Curtin, And although the visitors rallied to earn a point, they will no doubt view it as two points dropped.

Third-place Fremantle City (Maroon) are 10 points behind the leaders after they were awarded a forfeit against Forrestfield United, Royan Norman hit two in ECU Joondalup’s 3-0 victory over Balga, while Jordanna Musuruca scored the only goal as UWA Nedlands beat Perth AFC.

Results and table