THE Leongatha Girls Football Team had its second straight win of the season on Sunday against Warragul at a muddy Warragul oval.
New to the side, Ashlie Giliam, sister of Stacey, had an immediate impact.
Alice Howard was at her blistering best, while Lisa Whiteside showed great attack on the ball.
Kaitlyn Casbolt soon kicked a goal to give the girls an edge over their opponents.
The speedy Seanan Trewin was excellent, playing a vital role alongside the formidable Stacey Giliam.
When Keely Price kicked another goal, the Parrots seemed in for a big day.
The girls continued their assault in the second quarter, with strong tackling from Hayley Geary and Amelia Riseley.
Kyla Green provided an easy forward target, but it was Erin Trewin who would finally break through with a major to stretch the Parrots’ lead.
The third quarter started off with an immediate foray into the Parrots’ forward line, Ashlie Giliam converting.
But thereafter, with the mud ever thickening, it became a dour struggle between the two sides.
The last quarter was punctuated by a number of hard hits by the Parrots girls, who were determined to not let their advantage slip away.
It was a battle to the end but a fine victory.
Final score: Leongatha 4.3.27 def Warragul 1.1.7
Two in a row for Parrot girls