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Jaguar, Maddington set the pace

Football West News

A fourth successive win has taken Jaguar FC to the top of the Belt Up Amateur Premier Division.

Gojam Nyuon and Julius Bosco scored the goals in Sunday’s 2-0 win at Wembley Downs.

Jaguar have 13 points from their opening six matches, one more than Maddington White City who enjoyed a third straight victory of their own in beating Queens Park 4-0.

Cesar Orozco and Jose Zuniga struck late on in the first half to give White City a comfortable 2-0 lead at the break. In the second half David Sarria and Chris Sparks extended the advantage.

Third-placed Leeming Strikers drew 2-2 at home to Hamersley Rovers. Twice Leeming led, through Scott McDowell and David Palin; twice Rovers levelled, thanks to Cosimo Figliomeni and Jakub Vychytil.

All the goals came in the opening 19 minutes at Kelly Park, where Kwinana United defeated North Perth United 2-1.

Thomas Ryan and Morgan Walters fired the home side into a two-goal lead, with Lewis Robinson’s response not enough to spark a comeback.

You are almost always guaranteed goals when Joondalup United play and that was the case again on Sunday. Unfortunately for United, they were on the wrong end of a 5-2 scoreline against UWA Nedlands.

It was only 1-0 at the interval, Lawrence Lewis putting UWA in front, while both sides had been reduced to 10 men. Rowdy Yates brought United level, before Walter Torres, Lewis again and Frazer Childs took the game away from the hosts. Anthony Taylor made it 4-2 a minute from time, only for Christian Papalia to score Nedlands’ fifth.

The other game, played on Saturday night, also produced seven goals as South West Phoenix won 4-3 at Quinns.