The WA State Futsal LeagueRound 17 saw Cambio Cumbre take on all time rivals Stirling Braza Ginga in the WA derby.
With a strong representation from our junior academy, our draft side put up a great performance against a strong Braza Draft. tight defence and quick passing were the highlights of the game that saw La Cumbre taking out the 3 points 6 goals to 1. With only 15 years old, Cumbre academy Kylan Watson is one of the most promising players in the squad. All time Cumbre academy Michael Lino returns from his time off with us showing he is one of the players to watch. Goalkeepers Jaydon Baker and Theo Arlan were solid in goals giving instructions and controlling every situation from the back.
Our SFL squad boosted a lot of up and coming players with the departure of stars Garner, Omar, and Noor Rani. The likes of Watson, Koi, Ellison, and McMullan were highly motivated coming into this game with the conviction of coming out with the win. Zeyad, and Nagendran worked hard and play a serious game applying strictly the game set up by coach Omar. Patience and consistency paid off in the second half when Nestor Fonseca managed to score twice which was enough in the end to take the 3 points and with it the derby.
Next week, double fixture vs Murdoch on Saturday and Curtin on Sunday