There were no hats thrown but it still was a pretty sharp trick pulled off by Maggie Jean.
Three goals from this season’s most potent scorer fuelled a 6-1 win for the Wright Physiotherapy Rockettes over the Shear Serenity Strykers in Borderland Women’s Indoor Soccer League action last night at Fort High.
Jean now leads all shooters with 13 goals as the second-place Rockettes (3-1) stayed two points back of the first-place La Place Rendez-Vous Rage (4-0).
Lorina Fryer added a pair of goals while Phyllis Pierson went from keeper to goal-getter by venturing out to score her first of the season.
Rebecca Selman scored her fifth of the year for the Strykers (1-3), who now have lost three-straight to fall into the cellar.
The evening’s other game saw Joleigh Hayes and Avery Wilson-Hands scored three goals each as the Rage downed the Boston Pizza Ball Blasters 6-1.
Sydney Radigan scored in a losing cause.
It turned out to be the last game for the Ball Blasters, whose few players who have been making it out to the games regularly will be dispersed among the other teams.
Wilson-Hands said this was being done out of fairness to those who have tried to make do with what has been a mostly short-handed team all season.
The second-place Fine Foods Fury (2-2) had the bye this week.
The reconfigured teams and schedule will be announced early next week, with action to resume next Wednesday at 7 p.m.