Bingera exuding confidence before finals assaults
IF THE ladies from Bingera Football Club pound their rivals from ATW in tonight's game they are bound for the grand finals.
Bingera coach Alex Farrell said she had a full squad for the match so things were looking good, but they would remain wary of the fast-moving ATW players up front.
"We trained well on Wednesday so I'm very confident," Farrell said.
"It'd be nice to go straight through to finals, but if we don't win, at least we get another crack at it."
Farrell said outstanding players Madeline McCracken and Jackie Thurston should be able to score the goals to give the team the win.
"ATW have some quick players up front, but our defenders are defending really well so we are looking good," she said.
In the do-or-die game between Moore Park and Brothers Aston Villa, Moore Park risks losing it all if it doesn't come through with a win.
Moore Park player Taryn Gollshewsky said the team would give it all it had and hope for the best.
"The girls will go in with confidence, play together and stay together as a team," Gollshewsky said.
Gollshewsky said Brothers would be a strong opponent so they would have to be at their best to make it through to the decider.
"No expectations, we'll just go in and see what happens," she said.
"We won't focus on Brothers, just keep all our focus on ourselves and be at our best.
"Just work on our passes and hopefully pull through."
The games will be played tonight at Martens Oval from 6.30pm. - Emma Reid