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Monbulk Rangers’ Senior Women’s side notched up another win away.

They’d defeated Sandringham FC 4-1 the previous week, when Natalie Doolan scored two goals alongside one each from Gigi Collins and Alex Pocklington.

On Friday 6 July, the women played a catch-up round match away against Brighton in the FFV Women’s State League 1 South East and won 3-1 in damp conditions.

The two wins put them in fourth position on the ladder and well-placed heading into the final six weeks of the season.

In the juniors, the Monbulk Rangers Winter Clinic at the club grounds in Old Emerald Road was well attended by 60 players on Monday 2 and Tuesday 3 July, with coaches making the most of the school holidays to skill up Under-8 to Under-14 players.

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