The first trophy and bragging rights of the 2021 Steeline Limestone Coast Football Association season will go on the line this weekend across two magnificent days at MGA Park.
The Steeline Cup is what the teams will be playing for as preparations for the premiership season reach unprecedented levels.
A dream weekend of soccer will be served up with not only two familiar foes battling it out for the men’s trophy, but the women’s Steeline Cup will be rewarded for the first time.
With rule changes and forfeits taking place before kick-off, the preseason competition was bound to keep players and spectators on their toes.
After the group stages and semi-finals, the men’s 2021 Steeline Cup decider will be fought between Inter and Gambier Centrals once again.
The rematch of the 2020 Premiership Cup grand final will have extra flavour being the first time the rivals have met since that day in October.
The inaugural women’s Steeline Cup playoff between Gambier Centrals and Blue Lake United will be a must-watch encounter on Saturday afternoon with two sides not anticipating being in such a strong position.
Although Centrals won the SEWFA title last year, its playing list has experienced sweeping changes across the board, but still earnt its way to the decider.