Concordia Tigers have fallen one win short of taking out the Mount Isa premier women's soccer premiership.
Finishing in fourth place the Tigers knew they had a challenge on their hands facing the minor premiers in Parkside. But Parkside were just too strong winning the final 3-0.
Tigers president Danielle Slade said Parkside were better during crucial moments.
"We had so many chances and we just didn't put them away, Parkside maybe didn't have as many chances but when they did they scored," Slade said.
Tigers coach Mego Radwan said although it was a disappointing finish the Tigers should still hold their heads high.
"I am really happy for what we achieved this year, we had a few new players who had never played before so it's a great outcome," Radwan said.
Radwan singled out Parkside's Gabrielle Holder for having the largest impact in the competition.
"She is the leading goal scorer in the league and you can see why when you watch her play," Radwan said.
Radwan also said his side's striker Shannon Sweeney had a lot of opportunities to score but it just wasn't her night.
Danielle Slade said she was appreciative of everyone's efforts put into the season.
"I would like to say thank you to all the clubs and people involved with the sport this season. Concordia would also like to thank the Irish Club and Barkly Engineering for their support and our coach Mego Radwan and lastly, the players for an awesome year," she said.
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