Perfect 10! Star Chapman Athletic striker Selina Kiddle fills her boots in outrageous performance

Jake Santa MariaGeraldton Guardian
Selina Kiddle, pictured in last year’s grand final, put 10 goals past a hapless Marconi on the weekend
Camera IconSelina Kiddle, pictured in last year’s grand final, put 10 goals past a hapless Marconi on the weekend Credit: Jake Santa Maria

Selina Kiddle may not be playing for Northampton this year but she’s still scoring plenty of goals as the super striker put 10 passed Marconi in the opening round of the Mid West Soccer Association.

The leading goal scorer from last year may have already secured the award again in an incredible performance on Monday night as Chapman Athletic took the win 14-0 over Marconi.

Monica Sullivan and Ebony Wheatland grabbed doubles but it was all about Kiddle in a remarkable solo display.

Paige Carslake scored a hat-trick as Abrolhos buried Olympic 8-0 while La Fiamma put five past Rovers with Olivia Bidwell (2) and Macie Gray (1) among the goal scorers as the top women’s teams all enjoyed big wins.

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For the men, last year’s premiers Olympics extended their winning run to 19 straight games carrying over from their invincible season last year, with an easy 4-0 win over Chapman Athletic.

Paul Johnson scored a brace after association 2022 MVP Adam Ritchie was able to open the scoring early in the first half.

Dave Newton capped off a dominant performance with a goal on his return to the club.

Last year’s runners-up La Fiamma fell to a shock loss to Abrolhos FC as the Vikings won their first game since 2021 after securing just one point last season.

Matthew Greenless and Riccardo Amazzini were the goal scorers to help Abrolhos break their drought.

The reserves teams backed up their league counterparts as the Vikings took down La Fiamma 3-0 with goals to Adam Westbrook and Josh Bollard.

Olympic also took out Chapman 4-0 in the reserves as young star Jack Preston opened the scoring before Cade Munro and Den Melling made it 3-0 before the half.

Simon Harrison made it four in the second in a dominant day.

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