Snapshot of round six in the A-League Women season

A snapshot of round six of the A-League Women, where Melbourne City and Wellington continued their red-hot form.

THEY SAID IT: "Over the last few weeks it's our football that got us over the line. Today, it was our ability not to give up" - Victory coach Jeff Hopkins was delighted after McKenzie Weinert scored a 91st-minute winner to ensure a 2-1 win over Central Coast.

PLAYER OF THE WEEK: Sarina Bolden was announced as a new signing by Newcastle at 2pm on Sunday, started their match at 4pm and scored by 4.06pm. The Philippines striker scored a brace to lead the Jets to a dramatic 4-3 win over Canberra United.

STAT: Emily van Egmond's guest stint is ticking along beautifully. Across two appearances for Newcastle, she's directly contributed to four goals, and has two goals and two assists in two games. She teed up Bolden's first against Canberra, then added a chip of her own.

BEAT THAT: Emina Ekic scored a wonderful Olimpico for City. The winger's corner against Sydney FC caught the wind and floated out of Jada Whyman's reach before nestling in the goal.

TALKING POINT: How good can Wellington Phoenix be? Paul Temple's young charges fought back from a goal to beat Perth Glory 2-1 and sit third and among the league's form teams.

UNDER PRESSURE: Bottom-of-the-table Canberra are the only winless team in the competition. Despite scoring 10 goals in four games, they have conceded 13 and have zero wins, one draw and three losses to date,

WHAT'S NEXT: Western Sydney host Central Coast on Friday. On Saturday, Perth take on City away and Adelaide host Western United. Victory travel across the ditch to take on Wellington on Sunday, while Newcastle host Sydney and Canberra will chase their first win when they play Brisbane.