2018-2019 SFL Round 7 wrap-up2 min read
Perth AFC got their first win of the season in upset of the round, taking out Fremantle Futsal Club, helped by an Andrija Jukic hat-trick as AFC came from 2 goals down to record an impressive 6 -2 victory.
Stirling Braza Ginga continued their fine form with a 7-1 hammering of Curtin Footbalista, who were without star man Mason Vojdani. Brazilian stars Victor Brauner and Lucas Mello were once again pivotal to Stirlings performance and they look like genuine finals contenders.
Balga FC recorded their second win of the season, with a 5-2 victory over South Perth, who’s apparent lack of discipline is starting to cost them. Following Roberto Boi’s send off against the Murdoch Warriors, an out of sort Josh Marr saw red against Balga, and will miss the next two weeks.
Spearwood recorded their first win of the season with a 6-3 win over the Joondalup ECU Jets who now sit bottom of the Pro Futsal WA State Futsal League. Murdoch picked up a vital point against Rockingham Cambio Cumbre, drawing 3-3, and cap off a great month of results as they steadily make their way up the SFL table. With a host of stars including the Kanani brothers and Italian magician Massimo Basolu, they are more than capable of claiming some big scalps this season.
Cockburn EWA were made to work against Longobarda, but in the end scraped a 6-5 victory to continue their perfect start to the season and are favourites for the minor premiership. Round 8 starts from 7:50 PM this Friday night live from the Pro Futsal Centre in Bibra Lake.