Wanderers come out firing in second half to hammer Souths

DOUBLE strikes from Ainslee Deeth and Shannon Boswood earned Wanderers a resounding 6-0 win over Gladstone Souths.

A late brace from the representative duo followed an unexpected first half goal from Debbie Wilson, who moved up into the forwards to score off a deflection and give her side valuable breathing space at 2-0.

Wanderers coach Scott Deeth was pleased with the result but felt his side might have been further ahead had they capitalised in the first half.

"They haven't played for a few weeks so their first half was a bit rusty," Deeth said.

"They started to click a bit five minutes before halftime but they still weren't playing at the best of their potential."

Wanderers came out firing in the second half to send the ball in the net through Ainslee Deeth, Boswood and Gabrielle Cook.

"Our second half was very pleasing. We have a lot of young players in the forward line and they really stepped up and played well," Deeth said.

"Kim Reibel made a big difference for us at fullback."

Wanderers were without midfield striker Minka Elliot who strained her quad muscle at the Super League Championships in Brisbane earlier this month.


Wanderers 6 (Ainslee Deeth 2, Shannon Boswood 2, Gabrielle Cook, Debbie Wilson) def Gladstone Souths 0

Frenchville Rovers 2 (Megan Brighton, Sarah Collins) def Park Avenue Brothers 1 (Christine Woods)

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