THE Bass Coast Breakers sit atop the South Eastern Women’s Football League Division ladder at the midway point of the season after their latest 75-point win against Cranbourne on Saturday.
The girls controlled the game for the full four quarters, not allowing Cranbourne to register a single score.
The big guns were out in full force with captain Sophie Bolding, Tess Angarane, Ella Angarane, Jenn Russo, Tayla Stahl-Smith and Sarah Whitburn all amongst the better players.
Goal kickers were Tayla Stahl-Smith 3, Sophie Bolding 2, Jenna Russo 2, Gemma Tschiderer 1, Ella Cargill 1 and Kanisha Thomas 1.
With this, their seventh win in a row, Bass Coast finds themselves in a similar position to their 2017 season.
They have played and defeated all teams put before them and will head into the back half of the season full of confidence.
Bass Coast has finished four of their first seven games with the opposition unable to score, which is a credit to the terrific work of the backline every week.
Tayla Stahl-Smith is the leading goalkicker for the division, with a total of 31 goals, a staggering 20 goals ahead of the second highest goal kicker.
Breakers coach Steve Kenny has the girls firing all cylinders as they try to capture that elusive premiership that escaped them last time around.
If you’d like to watch the magic happen, come along to Inverloch Recreation Reserve at 2.30pm on Sunday, July 1, to see the Breakers take on the fourth placed Eastern Devils.