SATURDAY August 11.
The Women's Northern League semi-final on that date between Macleay Valley Rangers and Port United Strikers is the last time Rangers have lost a match - the score ending at 3-1.
The Rangers juggernaut still went onto win the 2018 Grand Final despite the loss.
After winning the 2019 title as well, the women in blue and white are looking to make it three premierships in a row and have got off to the perfect start.
A 23-0 first round victory over Port FC, 9-0 win against Upper Macleay Yowies and Saturday's 7-0 performance against South West Rocks Stingers puts them into equal first place with Port United on 9 points.
Whilst the goals have been flowing, the Rangers are importantly the only team in the league to secure three clean sheets, conceding zero goals for the season.
In the pouring rain, Rangers managed to put on a clinic despite the muddy conditions.
Goal-scorers against the Stingers were Serenity Clancy with four, Heidi Tamblyn two and Alyce Morn one.
This Saturday the Rangers will look to make it four in a row going up against Camden Haven Redbacks who sit winless in eighth place.
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