The Under-14 Girls continue to showcase themselves in their first season.
The girls are currently sitting third on the table, and possibly a chance to go into second position if they secure three points against second-placed Chisholm United in their last game for the year.
The Under-14 Girls have won 11 games and suffered only four losses for the season.
The girls are also in solid form with three wins in their past five matches.
Under-14 Girls coach Steve Campbell said he has been pleased with how the girls have performed this season.
“I am extremely proud of the team,” he said.
“They have brought a real hunger and determination this year and each week they trained hard, worked on the basics of the game and put it into practice on Sunday.”
It has been a new scenery for many girls playing the sport this year, but the Under-14 Girls coach said the girls have developed as footballers in their first season together.
“It can be daunting to come in and play a new sport, but they have all improved and given there all to the group,” he said.
Maddie Campbell and Kiera Steventon have been the Under-14 Girls shining lights this season.
Earlier this year, both girls were invited to train with Vic Metro on an eight-week program in Darebin.
Kiera also looks to have secured the Golden Boot, scoring close to 30 goals for the season.
The proud coach said that he has enjoyed the year and applauded the parents for their support and contribution.
“Looking back the team was generated from a community getting together to promote the girls game,” he said.
“A huge thanks to all the parents that supported the team throughout the year in particularly Paul who has always been on hand to help coach the team.”
“Also, a huge thank to my wife Courtney for doing the team manager duties. I have had a really fun season.”
The Under-14 Girls will take on Chisholm United from 11.15am at the Don Road Complex.