Tasmania's only goal in three hours of representative action last week came from a player with a name made for soccer.
Riverside Olympic's Chelsea Wing scored the home side's equaliser in an under-19 encounter against Calder United before the reigning Victorian NPLW champions won the senior clash 3-0.
Both matches were played at UTAS Stadium as curtain-raisers to the A-League match between Western United and Wellington Phoenix.
Not only does the 17-year-old share her name with a Premier League giant, but appropriately claimed the goal cutting in from the wing.
The middle of three sisters to have played in Jo Haezebrouck's Northern Championship side, Wing said she was proud to have represented her state - and delighted to score.
"It felt really good out there. It's a big pitch and was a really good experience to play against a team from interstate and we all enjoyed it," she said.
"I think it was a higher level than I play on most Saturdays. It was a very fast game with some very talented players. I love the idea and would love to do it again."
Wing said the players relished the idea of representative matches and were quick to adjust to the challenges.
"It was a bit difficult knowing what names to call but we all knew what we were doing and had quite a good connection.
"To be able to meet girls from across the state and really make a connection, that's going to be a strong bond and hopefully we can play together again."
Although stadium authorities opted not to announce the crowd figure for Thursday's A-League fixture, it was 2528. An attendance of 3203 was recorded five days earlier for the Central Coast Mariners match.
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