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Harvey Hawks lead after first 16 rounds of the South West Soccer Association division one men’s competition

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Luke McPhersonHarvey-Waroona Reporter
Harvey Hawks Two (in blue) after their match with Harvey Hawks One (in orange).
Camera IconHarvey Hawks Two (in blue) after their match with Harvey Hawks One (in orange). Credit: Jon Adams

The Harvey Hawks lead the way through the first 16 rounds of the South West Soccer Association division one men’s competition.

The Hawks have two teams in the South West competition who sit in first and fourth on the ladder.

At the weekend, Harvey Two netted their most goals of the year in a thumping 14-3 victory over Australind away from home.

Harvey Two are in first place on the ladder and have been there for all but two rounds this season.

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Remarkably, in the two rounds Harvey Two spent outside of top spot, the position was held by Harvey One.

Harvey Two have won 10 of their 12 matches this season, with losses to Harvey One and Dalyellup FC the only blemishes on an otherwise spotless record.

With 82 goals for the year, the side has a goal difference of 62 and has recorded eight wins with margins of five or more goals.

Meanwhile, Harvey One have dropped to fourth on the ladder after a strong start to the season following their 10-1 loss to Eaton-Dardanup on the road.

Following their victory over Harvey Two in round seven, Harvey One had a record of six wins and one loss, which had put them on top of the ladder.

But the side has not recorded a win since they beat their fellow Harvey side and now find themselves in fourth and all but out of contention to win the league.

This week, Harvey Two will travel to Dardanup in a top-of-the-ladder clash with Eaton-Dardanup on Wednesday.

On Sunday, Harvey One will be looking to bounce back with a win when they play the seventh-placed Australind.

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