Spencer Park Dark claimed their third successive victory in the annual Kellie York Memorial Game on Saturday afternoon as part of the Lower Great Southern Hockey Association’s Cancer Awareness Round. The victory boosted Spencer Park Dark’s chances of finishing in the top two of the LGSHA women’s B-grade competition. The memorial honours former Spencer Park player Kellie York, who died after a battle with breast cancer in 2008. Spencer Park Light opened the scoring through Jess Ross after the three-quarter time siren, the goal coming from a penalty corner to give them lead heading into the last term. However, Spencer Park Dark were desperate to continue their winning ways and netted two goals in the last quarter through Larissa Ruvidini to secure the tense 2-1 win. The narrow win is the sixth success for Spencer Park Dark in the memorial. Jemma Foy and Ruvidini were important in the win, while Ross was gallant in defeat for the Light team. Spencer Park Dark sit second on the ladder, three points clear of the third-placed Grammar with four rounds of the normal season remaining. Spencer Park Light are two points clear on top but fell to their second defeat of the season as a result.