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SWSA 2022: Harvey Hawks swoop on South West Soccer Association Division 1 title

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

The Harvey Hawks have clinched the South West Soccer Association’s Division 1 title with three games remaining in the season.

Harvey Hawks 2 — one of two Harvey teams in the competition — claimed the title late last month with a 5-1 win over the Manjimup Rovers.

The Hawks started the competition like a bull at a gate and won their first five games with a goal difference of 33.

The eventual league winners did not drop a game until round seven when they were beaten by their club mates and Harvey’s other side 3-2.

Harvey Hawks 2 would continue their winning ways with big victories throughout the year, including a remarkable 14-3 thrashing of Australind and a 10-0 thumping of the Manjimup Rovers.

With three games to play, the Hawks have lost just two games for the year, with a 5-3 loss against Dalyellup FC joining the Harvey derby as their only other stumble.

This weekend, Hawks 2 will play Eaton-Dardanup — who they have beaten 8-0 and 3-1 throughout the year — to put a further exclamation point on the title, before facing the Bunbury Dynamos and Harvey Hawks to finish the year.

Meanwhile, Harvey Hawks 1 still have a chance to finish second in the league after beating Australind 2-0 at the weekend.

The side will face Dalyellup FC next who they have beaten 1-0 and 3-0 before playing Hawks 2 in their final match of the year.

Hawks 1 are in third spot, level on points with the second-placed Eaton-Dardanup, but with one game in hand.

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