Mandurah stayed atop the State League ladder with another great team performance to see off the challenge of Western Knights 2-0 at Nash Field on Saturday.
Jeff Bright scored the fastest goal of the day in all State competitions after just 58 seconds when he headed home a superb cross from Craig Tone.
Tone tormented the Knight’s defence all afternoon, alongside youngster Joe O’Brien and their efforts brought saves from the home keeper as City when in search of a second goal.
That goal came on 32 minutes when towering defender Ollie McGhee met a far post corner to head home.
The Knights opened the second half lively in search of something from the game, but keeper Dave Keenan made several saves to hold to the two-goal margin.
Jordan Rhodes had a great effort saved before substitute Abi Tcuono smashed the bar with a fantastic shot a minute from time.
Elliott Bell grabbed a magnificent double and Pearce Ellison-Judge and Mark McGlaughlin added two more as the reserves notched up a fine 4-1 win over the Knights as they prepare for the cup semifinal on June 21 against Perth SC,
Goals from Regan Power (2) Brody Feast, Jacob Freeman and Locky Batty gave the under-18s a well deserved 5-2 victory at Nash Field on Saturday.