Gallery | NCWL | Shepparton United vs Echuca

Dead-eye accuracy: Echuca’s Jodie Lake has a shot on goal. Photo by Rechelle Zammit

Echuca continued on its dream run in the Northern Country Women’s League senior season on Sunday with an emphatic win over Shepparton United.

The Murray Bombers were clinical at a soaked Kialla Park Recreation Reserve and ran out to a 13.12 (90) to 3.2 (20) triumph.

The round 11 win lifts Echuca to nine for the season and keeps its unbeaten record alive.

Paige Baksh starred for the visitors with eight majors — the forward’s largest haul of the season.

On the move: Shepparton United’s Molly Kennedy. Photo by Rechelle Zammit

The best-afield effort takes Baksh to 27 goals in 2022.

Kyra Naismith and Ellie Wright provided strong contributions and rounded out the list of Echuca’s better payers.

Shepparton United’s Rebecca Monk led the way for the Dees, while Matilda Henderson, Simone Carkeek and Olivia McGie battled hard in the defeat.

Elsewhere, Abby Favaro had a day out in Nathalia’s mammoth win over Tatura.

Stacks on: Shepparton United’s Caitlin Ross and Echuca’s Sophie Douglas. Photo by Rechelle Zammit

Favaro slotted 12 goals as the Purples clinched a comfortable 21.7 (133) to 1.3 (9) win at home.

The Nathalia gun forward now has 35 goals for the season.

Kiara Cooper chipped in with four majors, while former VFL talent Reni Hicks (one) put in a solid performance.

Tatura’s Tayah Cooke and Anna Lucchesi were the standout performers in the loss.

At Youth Girls level, Shepparton Swans edged out Moama in a thriller.

Watching on: Shepparton United’s Kayla Davidson. Photo by Rechelle Zammit

In what was a potential grand final preview, the Swans rallied late in the top-of-the-table clash to chalk up a 6.11 (47) to 7.2 (44) triumph.

Holly Egan was dominant in front of goals and booted four, while Ellie Armstrong and Atong Dang contributed in the win.

Lastly, Shepparton United prevailed by 70 points over a scoreless Echuca United.

Before fronting up in the senior side, United’s McGie was best-on in the Youth Girls’ win.

Zahra Kelly and Sierra Tejones recorded starring performances for United.

Star performer: Echuca’s Paige Baksh booted eight goals on Sunday. Photo by Rechelle Zammit
Battling for position: Shepparton United’s Molly Kennedy and Echuca’s Remy Day. Photo by Rechelle Zammit
Socks up: Echuca’s Kate Pearson. Photo by Rechelle Zammit