A superbly struck last minute half volley by industrious midfielder Jacob Black enabled CMI Busselton City to record a 3-2 win against league leaders, Bunbury Dynamos on Sunday at Churchill Park. Some hesitant defending by Busselton City in the first 45 minutes proved costly and meant that they went into the half time break two goals in arrears.
However the second half saw the introduction of striker Corbyn Wilson and winger Mike Newell pushed forward, both of which had an almost immediate effect. Wilson, recently arrived from Aberdeen, proved a handful for the Dynamos defenders with his speed and physical presence.
He scored after 65 minutes from close range after benefitting from a good cross from Newell. Ten minutes later Wilson found some space in the penalty area and whilst his attempt was partially saved by Dynamos keeper Jordan Barclay, Newell was on hand to bundle the ball into the net.
With midfielder Danny Kane and defenders Josh Riches and Miles Palmer- Williams leading the way, Busselton were not content to settle for a draw. Just with normal time almost up, Dynamos were unable to effectively deal with a Palmer- Williams free kick. Busselton’s Black reacted first to the clearance and his left shot from 20 metres whistled past Barclay to give his side a win that looked most unlikely earlier in the afternoon.