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Sale United shows improved signs

Sale United women kicked off Round 14 of the Latrobe Valley Soccer League on Saturday, hosting Falcons 2000 at the Godfrey Baldwin Reserve.

The stakes were high for both women’s teams as they headed into the match, as Sale United was third on the ladder with 19 points, Falcons second on 20, and Fortuna in the lead with 22.

Sale held possession of the ball early in the piece, taking shot, after shot, after shot, but was unable to find the back of the net.

After 20 minutes, Falcons broke through the Swans’ defence, and a shot on goal from Danica Di Ciero put the away team in the lead 1-0.

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