After a two-week break, the Sale United Women’s team returned to the field on Sunday to face Tyers Lighting in Tyers.

Tyers Lighting tried hard to keep the Swans out of the box in a boggy battle, but the ladies from Sale established their status as one of the ladder’s top three with a strong offensive game.

Sale coach Madelaine Breakspear and player Alana Jeffries scored goals, while an own goal from Tyers Lighting saw Sale United come away with a 3-0 win.

The Sale United women’s team has another bye this weekend.

Madelaine Breakspear Photo: Zoe Askew

Also on Sunday, Sale United’s senior men stepped up to the plate, taking on Morwell Pegasus.

When they met earlier this season, Pegasus recorded a convincing 8-2 win.

This time around the Swans found themselves 2-0 down at half-time despite Sale’s strikers putting the young Pegasus goalkeeper to work.

In the second-half, Sale United came in hot, strong and fast, with Solomon Nash and Murray Casella-McLaren maintaining a solid defence followed by a goal from Sakhon Khamchom.

A goal from Isaak Jondahl at 73 minutes levelled the scoreboard, resulting in a 2-2 draw and earning Sale a deserved point.

The result sees Sale United maintain its position of sixth on the Latrobe Valley Soccer League senior ladder.

The point for Pegasus lifted the Morwell-based club into top position.

In the men’s reserves clash, Sale United was victorious over Morwell Pegasus.

The Swans won the match 2-0 after an exciting 90 minutes of football.

In the men’s second division competition, Tyers Lightning dominated Sale United, sealing a 3-0 victory.