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The Sirens extend their winning streak to four in a row all of which have come against Adelaide. Given previous encounters between these two teams you would have expected another close battle, however, Sirens Sharna Godfrey had other plans notching 5 goals and 1 assist in an 8-2 affair.
Godfrey got things started early tallying the first two goals in the opening minutes. Diana Glass responded for the Adrenaline to make it 2-1, but Sharna Godfrey and line mate Kath McOnie responded finishing the first period with a 4-1 lead and a hat-trick for Godfrey.
A 4-1 lead is never safe against the Adrenaline as they have proven this season they can come back from just about anything. But Saturday was not to be as the Sirens scored another three unanswered goals (two off the stick of Godfrey) leaving the second period 7-1. The Adrenaline did manage to get their game back in order tying the third period 1-1 which they could take into the next game and try and leave the 8-2 result behind them.
Diana Glass would get things rolling for her side on Sunday taking a 1-0 lead at the end of the first. This time Amelia Matheson would do the damage for the Sirens scoring two goals in the second period and with Sharnita Cromptons goal the Sirens were 3-1 ahead. Adrenaline Beth Kavanagh who assisted on the first goal, popped in one of her own to narrow the lead 3-2.
Sharna Godfrey would make it 4-2 to finish the game proving she still has plenty of more goals left in the tank. The Adrenaline will get a week off to regroup before they take on the undefeated Melbourne Ice.