The Healesville Under-14 Boys will take on Riversdale for the second time this season for a chance to go on top of the table after an impressive win over ladder leaders Montrose SC, while Riversdale will be looking to remain in fifth position with maximum points over the Reds’ after securing a 2-2 draw against the Croydon City Arrows.
Coming from a 2-2 draw with the Croydon City Arrows after a goal from the Doncaster Rovers in the 50th minute last weekend to secure the equaliser, the hosts’ will be looking to provide another competitive effort and take home all three points against the Reds’ to remain in fifth position.
The Healesville Under-14 Boys have had an impressive season with four wins in the past five matches. After a disappointing 3-1 loss to the Croydon City Arrows three weeks ago, the Reds’ have been able to bounce back in impressive fashion with a 6-2 victory against Monash City, and a narrow 1-0 victory over ladder leaders Montrose SC last weekend courtesy of an Eden Reed winner in the second half. Now only one-point behind top position, the boys will be looking for nothing less than three points when they meet Riversdale away from home.
Head to Head
The last time these two teams met was in the season opener where Healesville thrashed Riversdale 6-0 at the Don Road Complex.
Riversdale v Healesville
Sunday 24 June @Frog Hollow Reserve
Kick off 11am