Southern Breakers dominate Adelaide Uni in windy conditions on Saturday, August 4

Facing the wind at West Beach, Breakers had the majority of the ball with Adelaide Uni only occasionally crossing their attacking half.

When they did Wackerman, Peters, Coles, Church, Cooper and Warren repelled the ball back to the Breakers attack.

It took until the 10 minute mark when Taylor in goals, kicked long with the breeze where Houghton once again got onto it and layed the ball on to Polson who slotted the opening goal. 

On the half hour mark, Kenagy took a throw in that Cooper cracked into the top left of the net.

Just before half time, Polson took a throw in that Kenagy headed across to Houghton who once again got himself on the score sheet.

In the second half, it only took a minute before young Sacaran put Houghton through one-on-one with the keeper and he slotted his second.

Soon after, the hard working Sacaran won himself a penalty when he was crudely bought down in the box.

Sacaran put his hand up to take the penalty kick and unfortunately the keeper was up to the challenge and stopped the goal.

Sacaran was involved again as he put pressure on the keeper causing an error that fell to Houghton who chipped the ball into the back of the net, to secure his hattrick.

Not to be outdone, Polson took the ball from the half way line and secured his second goal with  a solo effort.

The last goal was time for Reilly to get his first of the season after some hard work from Coles out of defence found Mogs up front ready to shoot but Reilly managed to get the last touch in front of his mate Truong lining up for a chance to get on the score sheet also.

With the final score Breakers eight to Adelaide Uni zero, it was a satisfying win.

Goals- Aaron Houghton 3, Jed Polson 2, Mat Cooper 1, Jordan Reilly 1. Better players were Mat Cooper, Aaron Houghton, Hayden Wackerman, Jed Polson and Lee Coles.

This Saturday, the Breakers are hoping for a big crowd at Breaker Park for a 1pm kick off as they take on top team BOSA.

A win would give them every chance to secure the title but a loss or draw would almost certainly put them out of contention.