Close en­coun­ters mark se­nior matches

Broome Advertiser - - Sport - Jakeb Wad­dell

The Broome Ju­nior Pen­nant grand fi­nal­ists were de­cided last week af­ter two teams cel­e­brated their con­vinc­ing wins.

The Vipers de­feated the Ana­con­das 3-9-117 to 0-2-92 in a land­slide ju­nior semi­fi­nal, with the King Co­bras beat­ing the Taipans 2-6-86 to 1-3-72. The two teams will meet in a keenly awaited grand fi­nal match this week.

It was a dif­fer­ent story in the se­nior di­vi­sion, which saw some much closer meet­ings, with the Cas­tros edg­ing out The Stal­ins by a 4-15-250 to 4-13-250 score­line.

The Trumps had a sim­i­lar close en­counter, just man­ag­ing to de­feat The Pres­i­dents by 4-16268 to 4-13-264.

Kim Jong-Il en­joyed the eas­i­est vic­tory of the week, de­feat­ing JFKs 6-20-301 to 2-12-268. Sul­tans up­set the Putins by a score­line of 5-16-269 to 3-12-250.

Al­though they had a bye last week, The Mon­gols are still sit­ting sec­ond on the team points lad­der, with the Cas­tros com­fort­ably on top with a score of 416.

The se­nior com­pe­ti­tion con­tin­ues this week.

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