Whittlesea Ranges have come from behind to record their first win of the National Premier League 2 west season.
Having slowly improved over the opening two rounds, the Ranges travelled to Ballarat to face Ballarat City and came home with the three points.
City opened the scoring in the fourth minute through Nelson Salvatore, before the Ranges started to take control midway through the opening half.
While the Ranges created plenty of chances in the first half they weren’t able to find the equaliser.
They equalled the scores in the 55th minute through Danny Charalambos then Hose Soto scored their second in the last 10 minutes to seal the 2-1 win.
Ranges this week host Brunswick City on Saturday afternoon.
It’ll be another match the Ranges favour themselves in, with City yet to win a match.
In the NPL top division, Hume City is also on the board after defeating Northcote City.
Both teams had plenty of chances early, but neither could score in the first half.
City playing coach Nick Hegarty was a handful around goal, but just couldn’t get the ball in the back of the net.
Atilla Ofli broke the deadlock in the 50th minute to give Hume the lead.
The goal was enough to seal the 1-0 win.
Ofli, who has scored in both of Hume’s games, was again his side’s best player. City this week host Avondale.