2018-2019 SFL Round 12 wrap-up2 min read
The new year started off with a bang at the Pro Futsal Centre, with a solid crowd attending the opening match day following the holiday break.
Cockburn EWA ground out a win against a gutsy Spearwood Lions 3-2, but needed a classy last minute penalty by Mark Gavranic to get the job done and keep the pressure on league leaders Stirling Braza Ginga.
A star studded Rockingham Cambio Cumbre laboured to a 4-4 draw against a hungry Fremantle Futsal Club in a match that featured standout defensive performance from Freo youngster Jake Pizzuto.
Balga FC got revenge from their first round encounter over the Joondalup ECU Jets with a 5-0 thrashing that will send their coach Felipe Testa back to the drawing board as he looks to impart his extensive futsal knowledge from Brazil into the northern suburbs outfit.
An undermanned Perth AFC succumbed 10-0 to the best team in WA right now, Stirling Braza Ginga, who avenged a previous 5-5 draw against the bewest team in ths SFL from round one.
Curtin Footbalista were once again solid and did the job 5-3 over a South Perth side that really seems to be struggling for form, dating back to November last year.
Round 13 kicks off from 7.50pm this Friday live and streamed from the Pro Futsal Centre, Bibra Lake.