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Rockingham City’s unbeaten run ends
Gershom Rowland takes possession ahead of a Mandurah opponent.

Rockingham City were brought back to earth with a 5-2 loss to neighbours Mandurah in the latest round of State League Division 1 soccer fixtures.

Rockingham headed into the match on the back of a four-game unbeaten run in the league, while Mandurah’s early form had faltered after consecutive losses. However, the Dolphins proved too strong at Lark Hill with a convincing performance.

The result lifts Mandurah to fourth, while Rockingham drop to seventh.

City have the benefit of a bye this weekend ahead of home clash against Morley Windmills on June 2.

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