No shortage of goals as Boomers stay within striking distance of Albury City in AWFA senior women's competition

GOOD FORM: A Torey Saisanid double helped Boomers to a 6-1 win.

GOOD FORM: A Torey Saisanid double helped Boomers to a 6-1 win.

Boomers and Myrtleford were the big winners on Mother’s Day in round eight of the AWFA senior women’s competition.

Myrtleford thrashed a struggling Cobram Roar outfit 7-0 on its home pitch, while Boomers were helped by a brace from Torey Saisanid to notch up a 6-1 win away to Albury Hotspurs and remain just three points behind the undefeated Albury City.

Wangaratta City claimed a strong 3-1 win against Melrose to move up the table, while Alicia Torcaso slotted home all four Albury United goals in her side’s 4-2 win against St Pats.

Albury City and Wodonga Diamonds each had byes.

City remain the team to beat, but just six points separate second to fifth place.

The ladder after round eight is: Albury City 24, Boomers FC 21, Wodonga Diamonds 19, Albury United 18, Myrtleford 15, Wangaratta City 12, St Pats 10, Melrose FC 9, Albury Hotspurs 6, Cobram Roar 6.

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