THE goals just won't stop coming for Alloa Athletic Women's team as they dispatched Cumbernauld Colts 6-0 to remain top of the table.

Strikes from Molly Williams, Cree Connell, Amy Cully and a superb hat trick from Wasps captain Abbie Trotter secured three points on Sunday, January 22.

The team have started the year off strongly, following on from an impressive 5-0 win against Athena Glasgow the week before.

Manager Allan Salvona was hugely impressed with his team as they go two games unbeaten in the league.

He told Advertiser Sport: "It was all really positive and I'm delighted with the result and the performance.

"Straight from the beginning, the attitude of the girls was spot on and they were really up for it to take the result from week one into week two.

"I was really pleased with every single player – right from the back up to the forward line, everyone played their part in it.

"At half time, the focus was to keep doing what they were doing but also get a clean sheet which they did. Delighted to get one last week and even more so to keep it two weeks on the trot.

"It's early days but this puts us in a really good position in the league table on goal difference – scored 11, conceded zero.

"The girls are in a really positive frame of mind and we're all really hopeful to keep that going."

The stand-out performance of the match came from captain Abbie Trotter, who scored her first hat trick in the league and earned herself the player of the match award as well.

Salvona was delighted with her performance and insisted that standards are getting higher and higher for the club.

"She was really good. We played her out of position as well this week, we pushed her up top alongside Amy (Cully) to give us a burst of pace to beat the back line and it worked.

"She got herself into a lot of good positions and scored three really good goals. We asked the front line to work on composure and for Abbie's last goal, she certainly did that.

"Every goal we scored was the result of either good link-up play or a 30-yard rocket, so the takeaway there is that we don't score bad goals.

"Abbie had a peach of a shot for her first strike and the other two came from good build-up play from the team and a lovely finish as well.

"The team now has to handle the standards and expectations that they're setting themselves."

Alloa Athletic Women's team are back in action this Sunday, January 29 in an away trip to Clydebank Ladies FC at 12noon.