Bathurst City will try to build on an impressive record against Zig Zag

ONE loss in 18 meetings - since Lithgow Zig Zag joined the ranks of the women’s Premier League Hockey competition nine years ago, Bathurst City has dominated meetings between the pair.

IMPRESSIVE RECORD: Bathurst City skipper Lisa Quinn will be looking to lead her side to yet another win against Zig Zag this Saturday. Photo: PHIL BLATCH

IMPRESSIVE RECORD: Bathurst City skipper Lisa Quinn will be looking to lead her side to yet another win against Zig Zag this Saturday. Photo: PHIL BLATCH

That defeat – a 4-3 result in August, 2014 – is one of just four occasions that City has not managed to take full points against Zig Zag as the Bathurst outfit has consistently ranked as one of the competition’s heavyweights.

And not only has City enjoyed good success against Zig Zag, but frequently found the back of the net. A nil-all draw in 2011 is the only time City has failed to hit the mark against a Lithgow outfit which has conceded 68 times to its rival.

It is that impressive record City will be looking to build on this Saturday when meeting Zig Zag once again.

Both have played two games so far this season, with Zig Zag winless and City undefeated.

Saturday’s match will commence at 1pm on Saturday at Bob Roach Field before City backs up on Sunday at 2.30pm to play a deferred game against St Pat’s.