Bundoora United women’s team showed the gap between itself and
runaway minor premier South Melbourne was not as big as the table
suggests with a 2-2 draw at Lakeside Stadium on Saturday.
Bundoora took a late 2-1 lead before South striker Laura Spiranovic converted a late penalty to earn a draw for the home team.
Tiffany Eliadis gave South a 1-0 half-time lead before a 68th-minute equaliser from Bundoora’s Caitlin Friend.
Gulcan Koca put Bundoora in front in the 82nd minute but Ebru
Hasan’s foul on Eliadis in the last minute gave South a penalty to level
South (56 points) is well clear on top from Sandringham (44), Box Hill (43) and Bundoora (41).
In men’s state league 3 north-west, Sporting Whittlesea lost 2-1 to relegation-threatened Hume United.
In state 4 north, Whittlesea United beat Plenty Valley Lions 2-0,
North City Wolves beat Lalor United 3-2 and Northern Roosters won 5-4
against Old Carey.
North City Wolves (34 points) can now move to within a point of
second-placed Old Carey (second, 38) by winning its catch-up round game
In state 5 north, Meadow Park Eagles won 2-1 against West Preston,
Bundoora United men won 3-1 against Heidelberg Eagles and Oak Park
edged Keon Park 1-0.