The regional Round Six of the FFA Cup takes place today (Monday, June 3).
Perth SC host Bayswater City at Dorrien Gardens (3pm), Balcatta are at home to Floreat Athena (2.30pm), Sorrento travel to Division One Fremantle City (2.30pm) and Rockingham City are at another first division side, UWA Nedlands (2pm).
Meanwhile, the National Premier Leagues WA competition reached the halfway point on Saturday and if any side is aiming to prise the title from champions Perth SC then they will need to identify themselves soon.
The unbeaten Azzurri stand nine points clear of the field following their latest victory and are looking stronger than ever.
Sorrento gave them a test at Percy Doyle Reserve on the weekend, going in at half-time all square. But as teams have been discovering all season, you can’t switch off against Perth SC. Sorrento did and were made to pay, as red-hot Michael Domfeh scored twice to give Ramon Falzon’s outfit a 3-1 win.
Perth Glory took back second place from Inglewood United after they downed Andres Oliveira’s side 3-1 at E&D Litis Stadium.
Former Glory man Chok Dau opened the scoring for the visitors but Glory turned it around with goals from Ethan Brooks, Henry Hore and Gomo Dukuly.
Floreat are third after their 3-2 victory at lowly Rockingham City while Inglewood have dropped to fourth and Balcatta are fifth after they beat bottom club Stirling Lions 1-0.
The individual performance of the day was at Dalmatinac Park where Daniel Robinson’s hat-trick in Cockburn City’s 4-2 defeat of Bayswater City included a goal of the season contender.
The score was locked at 1-1 heading towards the break when Robinson, fully 30 yards out, took one touch before smashing a half-volley which flew over Baysie keeper Devon Spence and under the crossbar.
The battle near the foot of the table between ECU Joondalup and Armadale went the way of the visitors as John O’Reilly’s side left the campus with a 2-0 win despite playing all of the second half with 10 men following James Harran’s dismissal.