ALBURY City star Molly Goldsworthy just can’t stop scoring goals.
The young striker who is just 14 will have to find extra room in her growing trophy cabinet after winning the player of the tournament and golden boot at the recent Proctor Cup in Bathurst.
Goldsworthy scored eight goals as her Albury-Wodonga Football Association side made the semi-finals in the under-16 girls section, which was won by Northbridge.
She has enjoyed an amazing 18 months, scoring more than 100 goals for City last season across several age divisions.
Goldsworthy scored a whopping 55 goals in the under-14 girls last year and 20 in the senior women’s competition.
“It’s her strength and speed that are her assets,” Goldsworthy’s father, Shane, said.
“She fights for her goals and if she gets a bit of space she will cut them open.”
The Proctor Cup is a pre-season tournament for girls aged 12 to 16 and is open to state league, country representative and local association-based teams.
The AWFA season starts this weekend.