I said that there'd be one unlucky team this season that would cop a belting when East's chances went in, and the prediction thankfully came true today.
I think about 14 minutes in East ran the ball up the field, and slotted it nicely past the keeper. 0-1
Willy hit back within a few minutes, a stuff up in defence allowing Willy a relatively easy goal, 1-1.
East player evades two sliding tackles as he streamed forward, eventually easily beating the keeper, 1-2.
Late in the first half, great pressure by East on Willy defensive right hand side, stolen, ball taken up, cut across the face of goal, defender puts it in his own net, 1-3.
Free kick whipped over the top for a header, 1-4.
The next two goals i can't remember the sequence.
Cross from the left, ball flicked with the head over the keeper, 1-5.
One i can't recall, 1-6
At the death, low close shot unable to be held by the keeper, scrambled over the line, 1-7.
East did almost everything right for the entire day, except after scoring the first, where they for some reason stayed back and let Willy have time on the ball. Their pressure was fantastic, their pace overwhelmed Williamstown far too often. Willy were kept to few chances, and East had others they could have scored from, but nevertheless, a wonderful performance today, and their hunger to go on with it the icing on the cake.