EVENLY MATCHED: Taylah Berlin with the ball for Barambah.
EVENLY MATCHED: Taylah Berlin with the ball for Barambah. Claudia Williams

Fighting up until full time

SOCCER: With 30 seconds on the clock the Kingaroy Wests ladies scored to level the game at two all against the Barambah Bears.

The Wests scored both their goals in the second half and coach of the side, Jordane Saunders, was proud of the fight his team showed right up until full time.

"It has been a big thing for me to get the girls to try and not drop the motivation and just keep going and it is hard at times,” he said.

Saunders has been working with his team on a different approach to playing and he said the hard work from the whole team was paying off.

"For the last few weeks we have been working on different things and it has come together really well,” he said.

"There are a few final touches that we have got to put in but the girls are coming together really well and it is working better than expected for two weeks in.”

The team have changed their game tactics, where they are playing their formation and how they go about their plays and Saunders is looking forward to what the girls can achieve in the coming weeks.

In the other games on Saturday the Gunners had a convincing win over the Panthers with a final score of 10 goals to one.

The Wests proved again that they are the team to beat with a three to one win over the Barambah Bears.

The game between the Gunnettes and Nanango Panthers will be rescheduled to next month.

Next week Barambah will take on Nanango and the Wests will take on the Gunners and Gunnettes.

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