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Rodney Fascetti's Ingham Wolves are the 2020 women's reserve league champions.

INGHAM have waltzed away with the North Queensland women’s reserve football league.

The Shewolves secured the title with a game to spare, having blown away the majority of opponents they have faced this season.

A 5-0 victory over Rebels gave our girls an insurmountable lead over rivals Brothers – who they face at Augie Pane Field tonight in the match many thought would be a championship decider.

The Hinchinbrook side have scored 68 goals in 15 games, conceding six and losing just once.

Captain Kirrily Low has scored 30 goals, with Akema Greenaway notching 16.

Ingham will now be hoping they can double up on titles by first qualifying for and then winning the league’s grand final – the play-off event being contested by the top four.

Low finished the season by scoring 13 goals in four matches – three hat-tricks and all goals in a 4-0 win over Estates.

The prolific striker has been playing women’s soccer since she was 13 and was named premier league player of the season in 2007, 2016 and 2017.

She has played in seven grand finals – coming runner-up on each occasion.

Low will be desperate to get her hands on a winners medal this season.

For a chance to see coach Rodney Fascetti’s league champions in action head to Augie Pane Field tonight from 7 pm.

Brothers will have a bee in their bonnet and want to avenge the 2-1 home defeat they suffered to Ingham earlier this season.

Whatever happens from now forward, Fascetti’s team have flown Hinchinbrook’s footballing flag at breathtaking heights this season.

Tonight’s affair should be an eye-catching contest.

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