Westfield Junior Matildas hit eleven for second straight game

The Westfield Junior Matildas have cruised to another dominant victory in the AFC U-16 Women's Championship 2019 qualifiers with an 11-0 win over Indonesia.

Coming off an 11-0 win over Palestine on Monday evening, Rae Dower’s side were once again in scintillating form as they racked up double figures in consecutive matches.

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The result moves the team top of Group D and puts Australia in pole position for AFC U-16 Women's Championship 2019 qualifying.

Once again, Dower’s side were fast out of the blocks and raced to a 2-0 lead with Nia Stamatopoulos and Georgia Beaumont finding the net.

Stamatopoulos fired in a penalty rebound before Alana Jancevski’s brace saw the Junior Matildas enter the sheds 5-0 up.

The second half began with Beaumont grabbing her second before Josie Morley and Jordan Jasnos got in on the action.

Beaumont clinched another two goals to finish with four for the match, while Morley claimed a double to wrap up a resounding win for Australia.

Junior Matildas coach Rae Dower was pleased with another dominant display from her side.

“Once again, I couldn't be prouder of our team performance today in very hot conditions and against a team that provided us with some different football challenges,” Dower told www.matildas.com.au.

“The players are learning how to play against different opponents, who play a very different style of football and it is a real credit that they're applying that learning to their game play.

“Our execution wasn't as good as we wanted it to be as we've set ourselves a very high benchmark, however, we need to remember the players are young, developing and by no means expected to be the finished product.

“There were so many positives from the match with another clean sheet, some very good team and individual goals scored, another four players debuted for their country and some who scored their first international goals. We'll now rest and recover and look forward to taking on the hosts in the next match."

Match Summary

Westfield Junior Matildas 11 (Stamatopoulos 5’, 39’, Beaumont 11’, 49’, 67’, 70’, Jancevski 33’, 42’, Jasnos 53’, Morley 61’, 76’)

Indonesia 0

Westfield Junior Matildas XI: 1. Kezia Prichard, Olivia De La Harpe, 3. Isabella Wallhead, 5. Jessika Nash, 7. Emma Ilijoski, 10. Darcey Malone, 11. Charlie Farmer, 16. Nia Stamatopoulos, 19. Jordan Jasnos, 21. Georgia Beaumont, 23. Alana Jancevski

Indonesia XI: 2. Safira Ika Putri, 4. Shalika Aurelia Viandrisa, 5. Syafira Azzahra Ramadhanti, 6. Helsya Maeisyaroh, 8. Firanda, 11. Portia, 12. Jasmine Sefia Cahyono, 17. Azra Zifa Kayla, 21. Reva Octaviani, 22. Adinda Dwi Citra, 23. Naysila Ursila

Upcoming fixtures

Kyrgyz Republic v Westfield Junior Matildas
 Friday, 21 September 2018
Venue: Dolon Omurzakov Stadium, Bishkek, Kyrgyz Republic
Kick-off: 5pm (local), 9pm (AEST)

Westfield Junior Matildas v Chinese Taipei
Sunday, 23 September 2018
Venue: Dolon Omurzakov Stadium, Bishkek, Kyrgyz Republic
Kick-off: 1pm (local), 5pm (AEST)

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