Com­fort­able win for Cougars

Midland Reporter - - Sport - Cur­tis Jack

THE Kala­munda Cougars fin­ished Satur­day with mixed re­sults, hav­ing two wins and two losses.

The E1 league team won quite com­fort­ably at Ray Owen, beat­ing the For­rest­field Rhi­nos 15.7 (97) to 4.4 (28).

Daniel Hen­der­son con­tin­ued his im­pres­sive sea­son by pick­ing up best on ground.

The A grade teams trav­elled to windy City Beach Oval to take on West Coast Cowan.

The Colts were un­able to match West Coast, go­ing down 1.2 (8) to 13.15 (93).

Ryan New­bold won the best on ground award.

The re­serves were very much in the game at half-time, be­ing only five goals down with a strong breeze go­ing into the third quar­ter, but West Coast held strong and fin­ished the game off very strongly, win­ning 15.5 (93) to 3.5 (23).

Liam Rad­ford worked hard all game in the back­line.

The A grade Cougars started the game as their pre­vi­ous two weeks quite poorly, be­ing down at some stages of the game by as much as six goals.

The half-time break did them won­ders as they came out fir­ing in the third quar­ter and fin­ished off the come­back in the last, win­ning 13.9 (87) to 11.8 (74).

Al­bie Dean was bril­liant through the mid­field and Brett Van Gronin­gen again fea­tured amongst the awards. All A grades teams have a bye this week­end, while E1s travel to sec­ond-placed Ro­ley­stone.

Picture: Don Ben­son Pho­tog­ra­phy

Al­bie Dean was bril­liant through the mid­field.

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