The WA State Futsal League is once again reaching the final stages of the season where the top clubs in the state prepare for the playoff title and Series Futsal Australia National tournament.
Cambio Cumbre is sitting in second position, 4 points behind Stirling and 2 points ahead of Fremantle.
Round 14 saw Cumbre come up against Melville Spirit in what turned out to be a frustrating encounter. With the score tied at 3-3 and 20 seconds on the clock, Melville attempted to slow Cumbre’s momentum by holding onto the ball as a Cumbre corner decision was made by the referee. Prior to this a goal seemed inevitable after a flurry of shots on target. After the altercation preventing Cumbre’s quick corner, play resumed and saviour Abdullah Almesbahi received the ball just behind the ten meter penalty spot and placed a strong shot into the net with 15 seconds left on the clock.
“We sometimes lost our focus which cost us goals…. they did their best to not let us win… well, I can only say that we wanted to win, whereas they were focused on wasting time… the result shows that we were just hungrier for the win…” -Abdullah Almesbahi
Cambio Cumbre and the SFL enter the final 7 rounds before the state finals and Series Futsal Australia tournament in Adelaide.
#CC4L #Turning Point