While players laced up on the weekend, drivers are being encouraged to Belt Up in the road safety campaign. Football West have partnered with the Insurance Commission of Western Australia to promote the Belt Up road safety campaign. The campaign raises awareness about the importance of wearing a seatbelts, hoping to minimise the risk of injury from motor vehicle accidents. The partnership has provided each Geraldton soccer club with 10 branded T-Spec Deploy balls with the Belt Up message on them. In last weekend’s local association results, Olympic FC remain the men’s league top side, claiming the 3-2 win over Abrolhos FC on the weekend after their 19 game win streak was snapped with the tie last week. The game saw five individual scorers, including last year’s top goal kicker Paul Johnson for the Olympics, as well as Joseph Connolly and Daniel Lennard, while the Abrolhos side couldn’t quite steal the victory with goals from Luke Harris and Matthew Greenlees. The Geraldton Rovers claim their second win of the season, beating Chapman Athletic 2-0 off the boot of Owain Harrison who was responsible for both the game’s goals. In the reserves, Chapman Athletic and the Rovers ended in a nil all draw, while the Olympics got the 4-0 win over Abrolhos with goals from Samuel Crouch (2), Travis Main (1) and Cade Munro (1). Selina Kiddle continues to make her dominant presence on the pitch felt, scoring four goals in Chapman’s thumping 8-0 win over the Olympics, as Molly Metcalfe-Nash and Monica Sullivan each had two goals in the win. In the first women’s game this season that had both sides score, Abrolhos was too much for the Rovers as they fell in the 5-3 match, Rachel Forrest had a hat trick while Emelie Allan scored two for the winning side, and Allee Bartlett and Dainira Papertalk each had a goal for the Rovers. La Fiamma cleaned up in the 6-0 win over Marconi.