The Lithgow Workmen's club first grade soccer team is into the fourth round of the statewide Bill Cullinan Cup competition.
The side took to Lithgow's Marjorie Jackson sporting complex for an 11am kick off on Sunday, June 2 against Baulkham Hills FC.
The team came away with a 2-1 win over Baulkham after a normal 90 minutes on the pitch.
This is the club's fourth consecutive win in the competition.
Workies Daniel Stern found the back of the net twice leading the boys for most of the match before the opposition fought back tucking the ball away.
Fortunately, Workies goal keeper Sam Johnson had an impressive game. He saved a penalty and the follow up later, helping to secure another win for the undefeated side.
The Workies seniors are now into the last eight of the state and will take on Gunners FC from McArthur District in Campbelltown on Sunday, June 16 at 11.45am.
Lithgow Workmen's soccer club president Mark Fordham said the experience the team has gained from playing in the State Cup was fantastic.
"They get to play in Sydney against teams we have not even heard of in places we only see on a map," he said.
Due to first grade playing in the Bill Cullinan Cup their round game against Panorama FC has been pushed back until after the Queen's Birthday long weekend.
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