Set for Life make most of good start

Broome Advertiser - - Classifieds - Vol­ley­ball is Life even­tu­ally found their rhythm and proved more com­pet­i­tive. Carly Laden

Set for Life have con­tin­ued to prove them­selves as a com­pet­i­tive side in their straight sets vic­tory over Vol­ley­ball is Life on March 28.

In the eighth round of com­pe­ti­tion at Vic­tory Life Church, Set for Life were ready from the getgo while it was a slug­gish start for Vol­ley­ball is Life.

Set for Life took quick con­trol of the open­ing set and ruled the court, while Vol­ley­ball is Life strug­gled to keep up with fun­da­men­tal er­rors cost­ing them points.

In the sec­ond and third sets Set for Life took con­trol once again, although Vol­ley­ball is Life man­aged to find their rhythm and prove them­selves as a com­pet­i­tive side.

How­ever Vol­ley­ball is Life fell short of tak­ing a set, lead­ing to Set for Life tak­ing the straight sets vic­tory.

Else­where, the Is­landers’ win­ning streak con­tin­ued with another straight sets vic­tory over Sta­ble Odds. An un­der­manned Al­ter­na­tive Facts man­aged a 2-1 vic­tory over the Sandy Badgers, the Beta Block­ers dom­i­nated the Sandy Pan­cakes 3-0 and the Old Guns proved too strong for Knocked Up, win­ning 2-1.

Pic­ture: Carly Laden

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