Night to forget

Sunbury United (Ljubica Vrankovic)

Sunbury United had a night to forget in the FV state league 3 north-west competition on Friday.

After a first up draw before the Easter break, Sunbury was keen to open its account against the Western Eagles in round two.

The Eagles scored the only goal of the first half before putting on a show in the second half.

The Eagles scored four second half goals to run with a convincing 5-0 win.

Timothy Williams scored a hat-trick for the Eagles, while Goran Kozeljic scored the other two.

Sunbury’s task for a first win will be a hard one this weekend, facing Laverton.

The state league 4 west premiers have had an immediate impact in the higher division, winning both of its matches so far.

Meanwhile, Sunbury’s Australia Cup campaign came to an end during the Easter break.

Facing National Premier League side Heidelberg United, in one of the club’s biggest games in years, Sunbury lost 8-0.

Meanwhile, Gisborne is also still searching for its first win of the season in state league 5 west.

The Sky Blues started with a draw against Bendigo City before Easter and then faced the Surfside Waves on Saturday.

The Waves did enough to claim the win, 3-2.

Gisborne this week faces Spring Hills, which also dropped from state league 4 in the off season.

The Stallions have a win and loss from their first two matches.