Albury City outclass spirited Wangaratta outfit to remain team to beat for AWFA senior women's league title

Albury City has kept its unbeaten record intact with a 3-0 victory over Wangaratta at Jelbart Park on Sunday.

Wangaratta had the better of the early exchanges, before Mackensy Mathews put City in front in the 24th minute.

A three-minute blitz to end the half saw the lead blow out to 3-0 after Zoe Jackson’s finish was quickly followed by a terrific strike from Bridget McDiarmid.

Boomers kept second spot with a clinical 8-1 triumph against the third-placed Wodonga Diamonds.

Joey Cartwright, Torey Saisanid and Beth Kennedy all scored doubles for Boomers, while Jovana Bukvic was the lone scorer for Diamonds.

Albury United held off Myrtleford to register a 3-2 victory and St Pats took care of Cobram 4-1.

Melrose and Albury Hotspurs had the bye.

The ladder after round 12 is: Albury City 36, Boomers 33, Wodonga Diamonds 25, Albury United 24, Myrtleford 21, St Pats 20, Wangaratta 18, Albury Hotspurs 15, Melrose 13, Cobram Roar 6.