Rovers A handed Caledonians A their first loss of the 2021 Great Southern Soccer Association men’s division one season on Saturday. Caledonians A had won their past 11 games, but Rovers A prevailed to move within two points of the ladder leaders. Rovers A have won consecutive games since the men’s top competition was split and netted three first half goals on their way to a comfortable 4-1 win at the final whistle. Justin Bielecki finished with a hat-trick while Brad Bielecki also scored for the winners. Doug Grant found the back of the net for Caledonians A but his side was not able to keep their perfect record intact. Polonia A also remain undefeated since the competition was split and remain four points outside the top two after an emphatic victory over Port Albany B. Nine second half goals sealed the 13-1 thumping for Polonia A as Kyle Taylor scored four goals while Liam Murdock added a hat-trick and Nathan Woods a brace. Tyler Scamozzi netted Port Albany’s sole goal in the final 45 minutes. Bayswater A won their clash by forfeit over Denmark B. Meanwhile Denmark A moved clear on top of the women’s division one ladder after recording a narrow 4-3 win over Polonia A on Friday night. Rovers B notched their second win since the competition was divided after prevailing 4-1 over Phoenix B with Melina Franklin scoring twice. Caledonians B jumped into the top four after an upset 4-1 win over Phoenix A, with the latter losing equal top spot as a result. Rovers B finished 5-3 winners over Royals B in a high scoring men’s division two fixture played on Saturday while Polonia B won against Caledonians B 5-2. A brace from Emma Walker helped Polonia B finished 3-2 winners over Royals B in the women’s division two competition while Denmark B prevailed 4-1 over Mt Barker. The Old Boys sit clear on top of the men’s social/vets division table after winning 3-1 over Rovers Vets while Bayswater Social were comfortable 7-1 winners against Rovers Social. Baysie Masters won 5-2 over Denmark Social and Cross Keys and Polonia Social played out a one-all draw in the other men’s social/vets fixture. In the women’s social competition Bayswater remain on top after a 3-1 win over Denmark, Polonia won 2-0 over Great Southern Grammar and Rovers prevailed 2-1 over Sonics.