JESS Bushten scored possibly the fastest goal in Women's Collegiate League history as Torrens Valley cruised to a 5-1 win on debut against Adelaide University on Sunday. 
Bushten's goal after 30 seconds and then another on seven minutes set the tone for a potential one-sided affair, but Uni clawed a deserved goal back on the half hour mark to put pressure on the visitors. 
With Bushten tearing strips off the Uni defence, she thought she had a hat-trick just before half time, but the assistant referee correctly judged her offside.

Kate Sutton cracked the upright with a powerful shot on goal after the break, but it was Bec Niven who restored the two goal advantage on 61 minutes.
A Uni defender handled the ball on the goal line and as the referee played advantage, Niven sent the ball low and hard into the back of the net.

Sutton's hard work paid off three minutes later as she was set free chasing a delicious through ball and finished clinically past the Uni 'keeper.

Five minutes later she had her second, outmuscling her opponent to the ball and then finishing with an equally impressive dink into the back of the net.

Coach Andy Bushten was impressed with the efforts of all players in their first match together.
"We did it girls, we got a side together and a side with potential (to) stay focused and who knows?" he said.
"(There are) so many plusses - for a bunch of come backers, they looked like they never left!"

Coach Bushten also encouraged any other ladies interested in making a comeback to join the team.
"We have still got positions for you, come and enjoy it with us, you'll love it," he said.

Torrens Valley play their first cup round match on April 14 before a run of four games at Birdwood Park against Westminster, Seymour, Pembroke and Old Ignatians respectively. Kick-off for home games is 3pm. Training is 7pm on Tuesdays.

Full season fixtures are available here