A hat-trick to Eva Reith-Snare and another goal to Heidi Townsend cemented the Orange duo's NSW side's final victory at the 2020 Under 18 Women Indoor Championship last week.
The duo peppered goals at nets across the whole tournament, with Reith-Snare topping the tally for most goals at the championship with a phenomenal 18, doubling the next-best in teammate Ella Gibson, while Townsend finished with five.
Reith-Snare scored twice in the opening three minutes of NSW's gold medal match against Queensland in Wollongong last week, with Lily Nelson scoring a minute later.
The side, up 3-nil just four minutes into the clash, never looked like faltering in the final, and despite Queensland nabbing two back in four minutes, Reith-Snare's Confederates teammate Townsend found the back of the net in the 16th minute.
Reith-Snare found the back of the net again in the third period to complete the hat-trick for the eventual 6-2 win.
The gold medal match capped off a dominant performance at the championship from the NSW side, with two goals the most the outfit conceded in a single match in its undefeated run.
Rieth-Snare in particular had a dominant performance in front of goal across the tournament, with the Confederates young gun scoring five times in NSW's 16-nil demolition of Tasmania and four times in both the side's 8-nil victory over Victoria and 6-1 win over Western Australia.
All in all, Reith-Snare went goalless in just the one outing, a 9-nil win over ACT, and finished with a staggering 18 goals from seven games.
Townsend scored twice in the win over ACT, finishing with five goals to her name across the tournament.
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