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Crew continues to dominate during women's football action

Janelle Mould of the Crew eludes the defense of Morgan Rogers of the Ravens during women’s flag football action last weekend. - Andrew Leong
Janelle Mould of the Crew eludes the defense of Morgan Rogers of the Ravens during women’s flag football action last weekend.
— image credit: Andrew Leong

Crew handily maintained its first-place standing in the Cowichan Women's Football League during game action last weekend.

The powerhouse team boasts six victories and zero losses this season, aided by April 20 and 22 blowout wins against Wildfire and Ravens.

As it stands, Crew has clocked 327 points in its six games. A meagre 36 points have been scored against the top-notch team.

The recent 51-12 win against Wildfire boasted touchdown prowess from Alita Mattin, Kirsten Bains, Jessica Lines-Wikkerink, Marilou Sullivan and Janelle Mould.

And the 51-6 victory against Ravens tallied more touchdowns for Lines-Wickkerink and Mould plus Mila Main and Heidi Padjen.

Rounding out the weekend's female football play was Matrix taking a 50-8 win against Sirens, and the Law securing its second-place standing with a 37-12 victory against Wildfire.

Ravens are third in the standings, followed by Matrix, Wildfire and Sirens.

The action continues on Friday at Rotary Field.

 

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