There were big results in Round 19 of the Latrobe Valley Soccer League. 

Last Sunday, ladder leaders Sale United Football Club put away 14 goals against Traralgon City at Godfrey Baldwin Reserve. 

Sale United’s Hollie Ryan kick-started the Swanettes’ rapid-fire scoring spree in the game’s opening minute, with goals from Dani Wilson, Anouk Meereboer, Madelaine Breakspear, Zoe Askew and Isabel Hearsey giving Sale an 8-0 lead before the 30-minute mark. 

Sale United led 10-0 at the break. 

Goals from Meereboer, Wilson and Soreti Anderson in the second half added to Sale United’s scoreboard. 

Meereboer and Wilson both scored four goals for the Swans. Ryan scored two. 

Moe is on fire.

After an enormous result in Round 18, drawing 1-1 with second-placed Fortuna ’60, the Red Devils pulled out another fantastic performance at the weekend, drawing 2-2 with Tyres Lightning.

Miley Cooper and Lajuventi Pannu scored for Moe.

Kate French and Rebekah Hobbs scored for Tyres.

Newborough/Yallourn United claimed a 4-0 win over Monash Soccer Club.

Olivia Brown put two away for the Combine, with goals from Angela Knersch and Amira Idmouh amassing Newborough/Yallourn United’s 4-goal victory.

The game between Churchill United and East Gippsland United ended in a 1-all draw.

Chloe Boulton scored her first goal of the season for East Gippsland, while an own goal in the 74th minute levelled the score.

Falcons 2000 defeated Morwell Pegasus 3-2.

Falcons led 2-0 at the break, putting a third goal on the board early in the second half.

Pegasus found the back of the net just past the hour mark, putting away a second goal in the 85th minute to close Falcons’ lead 3-2.

Savannah Lapenta, Monique Lapenta and Sheeny Whadcoat scored for Falcons.

Condoleeza Gatpan and Mabior Anyieth scored for Morwell Pegasus.

Fortuna had the bye.

As it stands, Sale United are ladder leaders on 45 points with 15 wins and one loss.

Fortuna ’60 sits in second place on 38 points with 12 wins, two draws and three losses.

Newborough/Yallorun United are third on 37 points with 12 wins, one draw and four losses.

Falcons are fourth, Tyres Lightning fifth, East Gippsland sixth, Moe seventh, Morwell Pegasus eighth, Traralgon City ninth, Monash 10th and Churchill 11th.

Sale United takes on Pegasus this Sunday and can secure the league title with victory on the road.