The inconsistency that has troubled CMI Busselton City throughout the season was again evident on Sunday when they suffered a 3-1 loss at the hands of Dunsborough Town.
Busselton City were looking to build on their creditable performance from the previous week when they came from behind to defeat league leaders Bunbury Dynamos.
On Sunday Busselton City started well and striker Corbyn Wilson had a clear cut scoring chance in the opening 90 seconds. Five minutes later Wilson atoned for that miss when he beat Dunsborough keeper Ray McKenna from close range.
But then Busselton seemed to concentrate on possession rather than purpose and this allowed the opposition back into the game.
Dunsborough employed a very direct style of football which allowed Tim Pigeon and Kaden Heathcote to constantly run at the Busselton back four. It was no surprise that Pigeon was then able to capitalise on the situation with two quick goals to give his side the lead at half time.
Busselton had to chase the game in the second spell and they forced McKenna into making a number of good saves. But the only goal came from the penalty spot when Pigeon was upended, who then showed considerable composure to grab his hat trick.